While Mission: Impossible 7 plot details are still being kept closely guarded, we know most, if not all of the main players who are involved in movie. The familiar faces joining Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt include Ving Rhames’ Luther Stickell, Simon Pegg’s Benji Dunn, Rebecca Ferguson’s Ilsa Faust, Vanessa Kirby’s Alanna Mitsopolis, Angela Bassett’s Erika Sloane and Henry Czerny’s Eugene Kittridge. The next Mission: Impossible franchise installment’s new faces consist (so far) of Esai Morales, Hayley Atwell, Shea Whigham and Pom Klementieff.
On the villainous end, we get the roster of monsters that Milla Jovovich’s Captain Artemis gets to hunt throughout the survival epic that unfolds. Creatures like the Black Diablo, which attacks the joint operations task force that Captain Artemis is a part of, and the Greater Rathalos, which is shown in all of its fire breathing glory in the Monster Hunter trailer, get to be brought to life in living, breathing color. But mindful of his audience, and the fact that not everyone is going to enter this film as a huge fan of the franchise, Paul W.S. Anderson made sure to invent a new character in Captain Artemis, which in its own way ties into one of the aspects at the core of Monster Hunter’s play mechanics:
So things didn’t work out for Pedro Pascal on that Wonder Woman project, although he had fun making the pilot and was sad it didn’t get picked up to series. However, things worked out for him in the long run, and not just because he scored the opportunity to play a villain in a Wonder Woman movie. In the years after shooting the Wonder Woman pilot, Pascal starred in TV shows Graceland, Game of Thrones and Narcos, and he’s now leading The Mandalorian. And along with Wonder Woman 1984, His notable film credits include Kingsman: The Golden Circle, The Equalizer 2, If Beale Street Could Talk and Triple Frontier. So in the long run, Pascal’s done quite well for himself, arguably more so than if he’d been locked into the Wonder Woman TV series for several seasons, if not its entire run.
On the one hand, keister isn’t exactly a word that a lot of us use very often, much less spell out, so it’s understandable why it might get misspelled. At the same time, because the word doesn’t get used often, perhaps that’s all the more reason to go double check how it’s spelled, just to be safe. I have a feeling everybody at WDI is double checking the spelling on all their signage right now, just to be sure.
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The DC Extended Universe has had a unique life in theaters, full of peaks and valleys. The franchise got off to a rocky start with projects like David Ayer’s Suicide Squad which failed to resonate with audiences and critics alike. In the years since the filmmaker has been open about how studio interference affected his villain-centric blockbuster, especially for Jared Leto’s Joker. And his latest short but exciting statement about the villain will no doubt help inspire more calls for the Ayer Cut.
Generally speaking the genre of film known as the “disaster movie” is not particularly well regarded among the more “serious” film viewer. While there are certainly exceptions, disaster movies currency is usually spectacle, and as such there’s little attention given to minor details like “character” or “plot.” Just fill the screen with things blowing up are cities being flooded and viewers will get what they expected, and, at least in theory, be happy with that. So there probably wasn’t a great deal of high expectation in Greenland, and yet the movie is, maybe, pretty good? Or, at the very least, it’s not that bad.
Clea Duvall’s comments to The Atlantic highlights what an individual experience coming out of the closet is. While she was deeply closeted when filming But I’m a Cheerleader, it’s been decades since that project hit theaters. And now that Duvall is living is living out and proud, she’s able to once again inspire young viewers thanks to Happiest Season. What’s more, she was putting some of her own experience into the struggles of Mackenzie Davis’ Harper. Later in her same interview the filmmaker went on to say,
While Cyberpunk 2077 has been in development for years, it seems that, at least on video game consoles, it needed still more time. Since the game was released on December 10, those playing the game on Xbox and PlayStation consoles have reported a host of bugs and glitches, some that have made the game essentially unplayable. And while CDPR has made it clear it is working on the issues, and has even promoted the fact that refunds are potentially available, that’s not enough for Sony, as PlayStation announced this morning that the game has been pulled from the digital storefront.
Alma Har’el also says she will be donating money to FreeFrom, the National Domestic Violence Hotline, and Sistah Space following the claims in the lawsuits. As for Shia LaBeouf, following the lawsuit, the actor has also addressed the claims. Since the suit dropped, he released a statement mentioning that while he feels some of the allegations are untrue, he has also said he is dealing with “alcoholism” and noted “aggression” problems and has said he is “not in any position to tell anyone how my behavior made them feel.”
Not many details about the Rick Grimes movie have been shared thus far, although the writing process has been in full effect. The execs in charge of the franchise have been praising what they have in store, although the details have been kept under wraps. But if filming is gearing up begin this spring, then we should presumably be learning more about aspects of the development process.