For those unfamiliar, that M&M reference comes from Jennifer Lopez’s iconic 2001 romantic comedy The Wedding Planner. She stars opposite Matthew McCounaghey as Mary Fiore, the titular woman planning his wedding. In it McConaughey’s character Steve maintains that he only eats brown M&M’s, assuming they have less artificial colorings/flavors.
That’s certainly solid company, and there’s always the possibility that Venom 2 will, like its predecessor, exceed expectations. The pandemic situation has continued to be a moving target but that means there have been good times as well as bad and with the movie release still a couple of weeks away, things still have the potential to change for the better, giving more people the confidence to venture out into theaters. Of course, the opposite could also happen, which would likely be a major blow to the film’s success.
The above video comes to us from the TikTok of AGBO, a production company started by Anthony and Joe Russo. In it the filmmakers “duet” with another user, who is left pondering the insignificance of the Infinity Stones while sipping from an Infinity Gauntlet mug. The Russo Brothers raise the stakes as the filmmakers behind Avengers: Endgame, and rock their own pair of awesome Gauntlets. And all three participants used a filter to make them look like a clown.
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Like a lot of multiverse realities where time travel, magic, and god-like beings exist, it sounds like there are some pretty heavy rules that go along with intervention in affairs – we saw a different set of rules touched on in the Marvel series Loki. According to Chloé Zhao, we’ll get a rundown on the particular rules the Eternals have to follow.
Shrek 2 (2004)
In this popular sequel to the first film, Shrek 2 follows the titular green ogre, Shrek, his ogre wife, Fiona, and their donkey (named Donkey), as they travel to meet Fiona’s parents for the first time. When Fiona’s family is less than pleased at Shrek being an ogre, he makes a hasty decision with a sketchy fairy that might change the course of their lives forever.
Shrek is definitely one of the most known animated characters of all time, in my opinion, and Shrek 2 is the best sequel to the original film. Julie Andrews plays Queen Lillian, Fiona’s mother, in this film, but the whole Shrek cast is outstanding. Mike Myers is always amazing as Shrek, Eddie Murphy is awesome as Donkey, Cameron Diaz is wonderful as Fiona – and the star, I believe, of this film (next to Julie Andrews, of course), is Jennifer Saunders as the Fairy Godmother. She’s amazing. She can sing “I Need A Hero” to me any day.
Barbara Broccoli: I always felt about Daniel, ‘cause I had seen a lot of things, from Our Friends in the North, and then obviously, Enduring Love and The Mother. And I always felt like whenever he was on the screen, you couldn’t watch anyone else. You’d be interested in the scene stuff, but he just… he’s lit from within. I remember the thing that really set me, and I went, ‘It has to be him,’ was years before anything. It was in Elizabeth, him walking down the corridor. And it was just like, that is the most charismatic person I have ever seen on the screen. So it was clear that he’s a movie star, and a great actor to boot.
Michael G. Wilson: I think to put it in perspective, at this time in Daniel’s career, he wasn’t thought of as a leading man. It was not what people thought of him. They thought he was a great supporting actor, and Barbara and I could see that he was actually a leading man.
Featuring a stacked supporting cast that includes Brendan Gleeson (as King Duncan), Harry Melling, Ralph Ineson, Sean Patrick Thomas, and Corey Hawkins, The Tragedy Of Macbeth will have its world premiere at the New York Film Festival this Friday, but soon after will hit theaters courtesy of A24. Look for it to be a big player in this year’s awards season, and to see all of the features still to come in the rest of the year, head on over to our 2021 Movie Release Calendar.
F9’s Director’s Cut has a runtime of a hundred forty-nine minutes. That’s about six minutes longer than the theatrical version, which may not sound like a lot, but when you factor in some scenes being 15-30 seconds, it’s quite a bit of extra footage that provides context for the larger film. You can get the Director’s Cut, feature commentary, and so much more when F9 zooms onto 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD September 21.
As you can see, courtesy of the actual scene playing on her laptop, Kyra could be Megan Fox’s long-lost sister. And in case you’re wondering: no, that’s not actually Megan Fox’s co-star Amanda Seyfried acting out the scene with her – it’s fellow TikTok user Rou (@russsah), who also has fans frequently hitting up her DMs to point out her resemblance to the Mamma Mia! star. The pair’s TikTok collab quickly racked up over 2 million views, proving that Jennifer’s Body is still a film worth revisiting.
These days, it seems that most horror movies, are crafted with the intention of leaving the audience wanting more, but I tend to side against the idea of sequels, especially if the film was satisfying enough on its own. However, I have seen a surprisingly good number of scary movies in just the last couple of years that have actually caused me to reconsider my beliefs – such as Candyman, for instance. I will get into a SPOILER ridden explanation of why I think that long-awaited sequel to one of the best horror movies of all time might deserve a follow-up, too, as well as eight other new classics, starting with another 2021 thriller that also warrants a SPOILER WARNING.