In John Cena’s mind, that’s not entirely fair, as there isn’t really a giant gulf that exists between acting in films and wrestling in a ring. It’s all performance. The issue, in Cena’s mind, is the constant exposure provided by week-to-week events set up by the WWE, and individuals’ commitment to their characters. The end result is a word that many actors in Hollywood are overfamiliar with: typecasting. The wrestler-cum-actor explained,
According to ET, when Jon Lovitz and Dana Carvey were being eyed for Bad Boys, the script was in Disney’s hands and undergoing rewrites. The studio decided to pass on the to-be franchise and Columbia Pictures got ahold of it. Quite a few tweaks were made in its hands, and the rest is history. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence signed on to star in the Michael Bay film, and Lovitz and Carvey would go on to star together with Nicholas Cage in 1994’s crime-comedy Trapped in Paradise.
Now obviously with 1917, the movie wasn’t literally shot as one take. It was stitched together to look that way from numerous other shots, and Michael Lerman mentioned that with Spectre, that was a compilation of five shots that were filmed over four days. When it came time for Lerman and Sam Mendes to tackle 1917, they repeated many of the same techniques they’d used on Spectre, such as rehearsing for “four or five hours” and then shooting for the same amount of time “until you get it and you go home.”
The actors that crew the Starship USS Enterprise, including Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Zoe Saldana, Simon Pegg, John Cho and, of course, the late Anton Yelchin, are positively delightful. Getting an ensemble like this that is this much fun, has such great chemistry and plays off each other so well is no easy thing, and it’s a real bummer that we may lose that when it feels like we’ve just scratched the surface of the adventures they can have together.
I go into this whole thing, ‘Hey, Keanu. Here’s what I would do if I was in the movie, if I was one of the villains. I’d say, ‘Hey, look. Let’s keep him out of enclosed spaces. What I would do is I’d wait until you come out of your house, because you have a little dog that you walk. I’d be across the street with a big rifle and I’d just pick you off coming out of the house.’ He doesn’t even blink. He goes, ‘Wick would know you were there.’
There you have it. It’s as simple as that. She’s the daughter of Albert R. Broccoli, who first began adapting Ian Fleming’s James Bond character in the ‘60s with Dr. No. Following Albert’s death in 1996, Barbara has taken over control of the franchise with her half-brother Michael G. Wilson. It’s certainly enough authority to tell fans one thing: James Bond will continue to be a male character. Yet, his ethnicity could be switched up by a future actor who takes up the mantle.
We are, after all, talking about the world of comic books; a place where heroes are born, killed and reborn on a regular basis. No matter the answer, the confidence for Ezra Miller’s Flash, and his future in the world of DC Comics filmed entertainment, is more than apparent in Marc Guggenheim’s cryptic remarks to Variety.
It’s been a full week since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced they’re stepping down as senior members of the royal family. Slowly but surely, details surrounding their decision have been trickling out—including, now, the moment they knew they wanted to shake things up.
A palace source who spoke to People says baby Archie’s birth is when everything changed. That was May 2019, in case you forgot, and by then the Sussexes “knew they were going to hit the nuclear button,” says this source.
Adds a friend of Markle and Prince Harry’s, “When Meghan came around and she was interested in making changes, [Harry] welcomed it.” A second friend tells the publication that when Archie was born, the pair’s focus shifted even more to “doing what’s right for their family.”
In case you’re not caught up on the details, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry issued a statement last week that said they would be taking a step back from the royal family in an attempt to establish financial independence. “It is with your encouragement, particularly over the last few years, that we feel prepared to make this adjustment. We now plan to balance our time between the United Kingdom and North America, continuing to honour our duty to The Queen, the Commonwealth, and our patronages,” they wrote.
Multiple reports have circulated about how other senior members of the royal family feel about this decision. The only definitive thing we know is that Queen Elizabeth II is seemingly on board—at least from the statement she released to the public.
“My family and I are entirely supportive of Harry and Meghan’s desire to create a new life as a young family,” she said. “Although we would have preferred them to remain full-time working Members of the Royal Family, we respect and understand their wish to live a more independent life as a family while remaining a valued part of my family.”
But, Doctor Strange 2 Should Be A Horror Movie
It’s kind of a shame, because if the word “horror” had never been said, then fans would be simply excited for another Doctor Strange movie. But it has been said and now that’s what myself and many others would like to see! The horror genre is at an all-time high right now, so imagine if Marvel Studios made it’s own contribution to it. The Doctor Strange source material certainly calls for such an approach, and it’d be awesome to see it play out on the big screen.
The new cast members include Vanessa Hudgens, Alexander Ludwig, Charles Mlton, Paola Núñez, Kate del Castillo, Nicky Jam, Jacob Scipio and DJ Khaled. While Michael Bay, director of the first two Bad Boys movies, initially expressed interest in helming the long-awaited threequel, ultimately Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, the directing duo behind Image, Black and the upcoming Beverly Hills Cop 4, were hired to oversee the movie.