In Halloween Kills Anthony Michael Hall will be playing the adult version of Tommy Doyle– the little boy Jamie Lee Curtis was babysitting in the original movie. Their characters obviously share a bond of trauma, and longtime fans are eager to see how their relationship plays out on screen. Curtis makes Hall’s performance sound captivating, as she posted a photo of him in character:
One of the biggest and weirdest problems with The Phantom Menace is the age difference between Anakin, played by Jake Lloyd, who was eight years old, and Padme, played by Natalie Portman, who was double Lloyds age. Marcia Lucas took issue with this choice because the film positions Anakin getting with Padme romantically, which makes no sense and is odd since one actor is a child and the other looks like a grown woman.
Consent is a necessity, and the definition of the word has been spotty at best in the past. While when Sean Connery’s Bond first appeared on screen fans’ reception of him was of a lady’s man that no woman could resist. The reality, though, is if those same films were watched today with fresh eyes, James Bond would be seen as more than just a little problematic.
The choice of Chris Pratt to voice a character who usually has a heavy Italian accent, when he speaks at all, is an obviously unusual choice. It’s just not the sort of voice one expects from Pratt. On the flip side, one could imagine say, Danny DeVito voicing the Italian plumber from Brooklyn, with DeVito himself being an actor of Italian decent from New Jersey. And while the movie will be animated, and so the actor’s look is hardly important, DeVito could clearly play Mario in a live-action movie, which makes him feel even more right for the role.
Jason Momoa plays Duncan Idaho, a great warrior and swordmaster that serves house Atreides, which is the family-run by Oscar Isaac’s Leto Atreides. Jason Momoa playing a formidable warrior that’s good with swords is pretty on brand, and hopefully, there is plenty of sequences in the film where he can show off his chops.
Of course, in this case the feud is ultimately being used to help promote Betty Buzz. The video has more than a million views and Ryan Reynolds’ comment has over 20,000 likes, so a lot of people have seen it, which means they’ve also heard Jackman’s support for the drinks. This might not have been a paid advertisement, but the video is certainly working as that. Even if Jackman wasn’t asked to record this video, he certainly did it to help support his friend. You have to figure a few of these million people will give the drinks a try.
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been entertaining audiences for over a decade, and the studio is showing no signs of slowing down. While some OG stars like Robert Downey Jr. have left the franchise behind him, actors Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie have become even more essential to the property. And Stan recently shared an A+ Captain America: Civil War video to celebrate Mackie’s birthday.
The second time we see Mia in the Director’s Cut is the first time we see her in the theatrical cut. So when watching the Director’s Cut, Mia thanking Letty for keeping her up to date is much more emotional. But it’s also worth noting what the additional scene says about Dom. In the first scene, he was not sure that Jakob was involved, he only suspected. He may have rationalized not telling Mia until he was sure. But the second scene takes place after he was sure, and it’s clear he only told his crew about Jakob because they physically saw him. It seems he had no intention of sharing this with anyone but Letty. And that begs the question of why. We know his history with his brother isn’t good, and it’s a lot to process emotionally alone.
Being famous is a dream for many, but being a celebrity also has its downsides. This is definitely true any time a famous couple breaks up, especially when they go to court. Amber Heard and Johnny Depp know this all too well, as they’ve been making headlines for years as a result of their battle in court. And now Heard’s cast against Depp has involved the LAPD.
Harrison Ford Convinced Steven Spielberg And Co. To Make A Fourth Film
The final shot of 1989’s Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade sees Indy, Prof. Henry Jones, Sr. (Sir Sean Connery), Marcus Brody (Denholm Elliot), and Sallah (John Rhys-Davies) riding into the sunset in a seemingly perfect conclusion to the saga. Well, as Steven Spielberg recalls on a making-of documentary about the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull on the Indiana Jones movies Blu-ray collection, that was exactly his intention. He had no interest in continuing with the franchise until Harrison Ford expressed interest in another sequel, citing the fans as a major reason for it.
In a 2000 interview with an Italian newspaper (via Archive.Today), Spielberg also cited his own children as a major influence on his decision to revive the franchise, for which George Lucas already had an idea that was out of this world.