Stephen Colbert Added Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible Rant To A Christmas Classic, And The Results Are A+

It’s now officially the point in the meme cycle where late night TV creators are about to get in on the fun that the internet has been having when it comes to the Cruise crusade against crew members that have supposedly broken the rules on set. For sure, the other major hosts have ranked in with their takes on just what this leaked moment of outburst means to them and their sense of humor. But it looks like when it comes to the most festive, and quite possibly the funniest commentary on Tom Cruise’s latest big moment, Stephen Colbert and his team walk away with the win on this one.

Young Boba Fett Actor Posts Sweet Tribute After Jeremy Bulloch’s Death

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Star Wars is one of the biggest film franchises of all time. And given its decades in theaters, George Lucas’ characters and iconography mean a great deal to moviegoers who were brought up on the galaxy far, far away. The generations of fans were saddened to hear that original Boba Fett actor Jeremy Bulloch died at the age of 75, and now the young Boba actor from the prequels has penned a sweet tribute to the late actor

Honey Boy Director Has Commented Following Lawsuit From FKA Twigs About Shia LaBeouf

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.”

Why James Cameron’s Avatar 3 Feels Even More Real

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Today is an interesting day in Avatar history, as if the plans released by James Cameron and the 20th Century Studios team in 2017 had come to fruition, we’d all be watching Avatar 2 in a theater near us. But, between 2020 being the year that it is, and production of four Avatar sequels being delayed more than once in the past decade or so, we’re not going to see Avatar 2 until 2022. However, that film, as well as Avatar 3, feel a lot more real after a recent development, as writer/director James Cameron is celebrating the wrap of live-action photography with some of his co-workers.

Die Hard Director Explains How The Bruce Willis Classic Became A Christmas Movie

John McTiernan is essentially saying that John McClane, the hero of Die Hard, is George Bailey from It’s a Wonderful Life… only, with a gun, and glass embedded in his feet. He’s what stands in the way of the evil banker having his way with the innocent community. But he needed to convince producer Joel Silver that their protagonist wasn’t going to be a Schwarzenegger or Stallone cutout — the kind of action hero that was dominating thrillers on screen at the time. He was going to be a regular guy, like George Bailey, standing up to do the right thing, even when it’s most difficult. McTiernan continued:

Thor: Love And Thunder’s Tessa Thompson Teases More Returning Characters

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is in a unique place, as the interim period between phases has been expanded with the year-long delay of Black Widow. A number of highly anticipated blockbusters are also in the works, including Taika Waititi’s Thor: Love and Thunder. The movie is currently in pre-production down under, and Tessa Thompson recently teased that even more returning characters may factor into the fourth movie’s plot.

Charlie Kaufman Shares His Feelings About The Criticism Of Netflix’s I’m Thinking Of Ending Things

Charlie Kaufman’s latest film, I’m Thinking of Ending Things, is the first direct-to-streaming feature from the Oscar-winning director and screenwriter. The genre-bending film, based on Iain Reid’s novel of the same name, follows a woman and her soon-to-be ex-boyfriend, played by Jessie Buckley and Jesse Plemons, as they visit his parents farm in the midst of a blizzard. Since premiering on Netflix in September, it has been met with praise from various critics, including our own. But no film is safe from critique, positive or negative. Kaufman could tell you about that, as he recently spoke out about the criticism has has received about the Netflix film.

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Cast: Where You’ve Seen Them Before

Colman Domingo (Cutler)

In the role of Cutler, the trombonist, Colman Domingo plays one of the key band members in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. Currently, Domingo can be seen in AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead, where he also directs. The actor also appeared in Lincoln, Miracle at St. Anna, The Butler, Selma, Red Hook Summer, Assassination Nation, First Match, Lucy in the Sky, If Beale Street Could Talk, The Birth of a Nation (2016), True Crime, Freedomland, and 42.

Additionally, on television, Colman Domingo had a recurring role in The Knick and made appearances in Nash Bridges, Law & Order, The Big Gay Sketch Show, Lucifer, Horace and Pete, and Timeless. He’s also heard in BoJack Horseman, American Dad!, and Miles from Tomorrowland. In addition to all his screen credits, he’s an accomplished veteran stage actor, writer, and director.

Most recently, Colman Domingo played a recurring role in HBO’s Euphoria. He also guest-starred in a recent episode of The Twilight Zone. Next, Domingo stars in Zola, The God Committee, Candyman (2021), and Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse.

Why Wonder Woman 1984 Uses A Key Piece Of Hans Zimmer’s Batman V Superman Score

While it wasn’t intentionally done, this practice is now pretty commonplace in cinema – especially in superhero blockbusters. It’s not always the case that exact tracks are used from movie to movie, but films frequently reuse themes that were created for previous titles in a franchise, even in cases when there are different composers doing the work. In the case of Wonder Woman 1984, the production happened to be working with the same person who co-created the music for the feature that first introduced the titular character into the canon.

Creed Singer Might Be Playing Frank Sinatra In A Movie, Because 2020 Isn’t Over Yet

The idea of Frank Sinatra, one of the most popular and idolized performers in the history of music, being played by the lead singer of a band which is…not those things, is certainly something of a trip. It seems utterly bizarre. At the same time, who knows, maybe Scott Stapp will impress us all. We’ll find out when Reagan is released next year.