Greenland’s Morena Baccarin On How Hollywood Might Film Epic Action Movies Post-COVID

And I kept thinking, “What will the film industry do moving forward?” How will it be possible, in the short term, to film movies like Greenland? Yes, a vaccine is on its way, but it could take the better part of 2021 to restore some form of normalcy. So when given the chance to interview the people responsible for this new film, I posed the question to them, as they speak from experience. Their answers are in the video above.

Looks Like Some Mission: Impossible Crew Members Weren’t Happy About Tom Cruise’s Outburst Over Safety Protocols

According to The Sun, which originally shared the Tom Cruise audio, there was another “eruption” on the Mission: Impossible 7 after the first tirade was reported on, and five crew members have since quit. According to an unnamed source that spoke with the publication, following the initial outburst, which came after tension had been building for months, “there has been more anger,” resulting in staff members exiting the production. The source also said that Cruise is “upset others aren’t taking it as seriously as him,” with him being the one who “carries the can.”

Original Boba Fett Actor Jeremy Bulloch Is Dead At 75

One of the most formidable presences in the Star Wars galaxy, bounty hunter Boba Fett originated outside of the films, but fast became a fan favorite. In his initial appearances in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, the character was brought to life in the flesh by actor Jeremy Bulloch, who lent his physical stature to the role on set. Fans of this iconic character are at a loss today, as Mr. Bulloch has reportedly passed away today, at the age of 75.

Epic Star Wars Fan Art Turns Tom Hiddleston Into Young Palpatine

Star Wars is arguably one of the most popular film franchises of all time, and the galaxy far, far away has grown considerably since Lucasfilm was acquired by Lucasfilm. With the Skywalker Saga in the rear view it seems like Star Wars could go anywhere, with new projects being announced for both theaters and small screens. And some new fan art imagines what Loki actor Tom Hiddleston might look like as a young Palpatine.

Anna Kendrick Is Back On Twitter After Hacking Incident, And Her Response Was Great

Anna Kendrick’s response fell right in line with her “no-so-serious” personality and witty sense of humor, as seen in interviews. Unfortunately, Kendrick isn’t the first and won’t be the last celebrity to have their social media taken over by some unknown person. The tweets did throw her fans for a loop, as it went against her “good girl” image. Oh well, at least, she was able to get her account back, unlike some people who have had to start new ones.

Patty Jenkins Had To Let Gal Gadot Down When It Came To The Golden Armor

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It’s been a wild year for the film world, as countless projects were pushed back to next year as result of theaters and sets closing down. Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 was pushed back to December 25th, and it’s currently set to be released in theaters and HBO Max simultaneously. The sequel will introduce a handful of exciting concepts, including Wonder Woman’s golden armor. And Jenkins recently revealed how she “let down” Gal Gadot when it comes to that new suit.

Bella Thorne Dropped Her New Video On OnlyFans Because Her ‘Body Is Too Much For Insta’

Of course, just like her “Lonely” video, Bella Thorne did eventually drop “SFB” on her other social media platforms, just sometime after her OnlyFans got the first taste. The music video features Bella Thorne and some pals hanging around a campfire as she works through her feelings about the “bitch” she just can’t get over. The chill night later turns into a more lit pool party, as you can see below.

Creed Singer Might Be Playing Frank Sinatra In The 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.

Happiest Season Director Clea Duvall Responds To Fans Wanting Kristen Stewart And Aubrey Plaza Together

Clea Duvall’s comments to Variety shows how much the filmmaker and actress understands how the general public has received Happiest Season since arriving straight to homes. Aubrey Plaza has a special place in audience’s hearts since her time on Parks and Recreation, and she was extremely likable in the new holiday rom-com. And with Harper’s family issues putting a rut between she and Kristen Stewart’s Abby, it looked like the latter character could end up with Riley.

Here’s A Wild-But-Sad Tron Box Office Stat As The Movie’s Sequel Turns 10 Years Old

Tron’s arcade game was even quicker on the draw in terms of getting its own sequel, as Discs of Tron would be released into arcades a year later in 1983. Tron: Legacy, on the other hand, once held the record for being the longest gap between a sequel and its predecessor, clocking in at 28 years. That’s got to be a ridiculous amount of cycles in The Grid, when you crunch the numbers.