Honorable Mention Questions
Here are a couple of things that didn’t quite make the cut for one reason or another:
-School nitpick: Is there only one teacher at Forks’ high school? Shout out to Mr. Molina (played by Jose Zuniga) and his golden onion.
-Mom nitpick: Why is Bella’s Mom somewhere weird every time she calls her daughter? (At the mechanics, her husband’s baseball practice, etc.)
-I’ve also been wondering how it only took one quick bite for James to send Bella headed toward vampire-land, but Edward spent what feels like a full minute sucking on Bella’s arm and he doesn’t turn her? I’m going to chalk that up to some explanation from the book that I’m forgetting, or maybe the turning process only happens with the first bite.
Well, that’s good to hear. It looks like the cast and crew of No Time to Die got along well, despite a few on set incidents. And while Daniel Craig obviously has a great deal of power over the highly anticipated blockbuster, it sounds like he’s a great collaborator. Although, who wouldn’t want to work with Phoebe Waller-Bridge?
Jordan Fisher gave John charm, sincerity, and swoon-worthy moments. He made John Ambrose the wholesome heartthrob that you never knew you needed. To All the Boys: P.S I Still Love You may have just introduced Fisher to many new fans, but the 25-year-old actor has been building his career for a while. He is a multi-talented star who acts, sings, and dances. If To All the Boys: P.S I Still Love You has made you excited to find out more about Jordan Fisher, then you’ve come to the right place.
Ultimately, it’s hard to say whether or not Jim Carrey should take the leap to make The Mask sequel. There are a lot of people who love that original film, and it would be wonderful to see Carrey channel the energy he brought to Sonic the Hedgehog into this revived property.
Also, it should be noted that Jim Carrey told ComicBook.com that he’d be willing to make a sequel to The Mask only if they got “some crazy visionary filmmaker” involved with the new movie. To quote Carrey himself a la Dumb and Dumber, “So… you’re telling me there’s a chance?” It’s not necessarily a “yes,” but it’s also not a hard “no” either. It’s looking increasingly likely that Sonic the Hedgehog will get a sequel, and the actor appears to be game for the opportunity. As he notes, the character isn’t finished with his story, so there’s more room to play. Perhaps that can be the case for The Mask too? That’d be sssmmokin’!
As for The Suicide Squad, the DC Extended Universe film is in production now, and has a totally stacked cast that includes not only John Cena, but Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, Taika Waititi, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney, Pete Davidson, David Dastmalchian, Storm Reid, Peter Capaldi, and more. The blockbuster is scheduled to hit theaters on August 6, 2021, so keep on the lookout here on CinemaBlend for all of the latest news and behind-the-scenes stories.
While many superhero movies indulge in cramming as many big ideas that could possibly fit into 150 minutes, some films could benefit from, not only a shorter length, but trading two hours of slam, bang, boom with quieter, more concisely constructed moments of world building that lead to an earth shattering climax. Imagine how much more effective Suicide Squad could have been had more time been spent getting the audience acclimated to the environment, familiarizing them with the characters, and presenting the ins and outs of the plot one detail at a time. Even if it means keeping eager fans waiting a little longer, the creators at DC should never be discouraged from taking their time with the development of a story. In fact,…
“The greatest teacher, failure is,” Yoda once said, and when it comes to spoiling Marvel movies, Tom Holland has had a lot of tutelage. But the actor is a more practiced hand now and believes that he knows how to navigate interviews without slipping up and spilling tantalizing details about his movies. Like Sansa Stark, Tom Holland may be a slow learner, but he learns so he isn’t too worried about spoiling Spider-Man 3’s secrets.
Even when MI6 was at its most vulnerable, and James Bond was technically unfit to return to active duty, he and M stuck together through thick and thin in Skyfall. Ultimately, while new allies are won over, the MI6 chief dies in the line of duty, leaving her metaphorical son orphaned yet again. This erosion of the world James once knew is only going to get worse in Spectre, though a new love will provide a crack of light on the horizon.
I never saw it that way or ever thought of it until it was presented to me in that way. It wasn’t about being, you know, silent and political time that had nothing to do with that. If anything it was about, you know, going into the dark and, and taking a chance when all hope looked lost, you take, you know, you fight for what’s most important to you. Again, my whole metaphor was solely about parenthood.