During a recent appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show, the daytime TV host spoke with Jamie Lee Curtis on a variety of subjects, including Chris Evans’ genitalia. In fact, Jamie Lee Curtis now says she thinks the nude leak may have actually gone exactly as predicted, noting on the series that Evans is a smart cookie. Kelly Clarkson, too seems to feel there could have been a bit of strategy involved.
That’s not to say Hubie Halloween is actually scary, though. It does a good job playing on horror and Halloween tropes and motifs, but they keep the tone consistently warm, silly, and humorous, much to its benefit. Overall, Hubie Halloween is a fun time, mostly thanks to Adam Sandler and his recurring cast of friends and comedians, who love working on his films.
Before the accident, O’Brien had been on a non-stop franchise train, shooting all the Maze Runner movies between 2013 and the setback. That doesn’t even include the actor’s work on Teen Wolf for six seasons and other films like The First Time, The Internship and Deepwater Horizon. Suffering the injuries allowed him to take a hard look at his life and friendships more than ever before.
2. Tombstone (1993)
About famous wild west lawman Wyatt Earp retiring in the small town of Tombstone, Arizona, Tombstone was directed by George P. Cosmatos (though rumored to be secretly directed by Kurt Russell as well) and stars Kurt Russell as the famous lawman who befriends Doc Holliday (Val Kilmer), a gunslinger, gambler, and dentist that goes to the warm climate of Arizona due to tuberculosis.
Val Kilmer basically takes a method acting approach to his performance as Doc Holliday and it ages like a fine wine. In a way, Val Kilmer steals the show too, playing the confident, witty, sardonic, and deadly gunslinger like a pro. At times he’s got a stone-cold temperament and has a few pretty brutal and uncomfortable scenes, including the showdown with Ringo. But, from his cup-slinging to the line “I’m your huckleberry,” every scene, every line, every part he’s in makes the movie so much better. It’s hard to imagine the movie without him.
In the days before the MCU, the Fantastic Four movies were among the Marvel productions that were getting off the ground, and the filmmakers originally wanted to cast Nicolas Cage to play the villainous Doctor Doom. Of course, that never ended up happening but, if it did, his look would have been pretty wild and much different than what we got.
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are teaming up with fundraising platform Omaze, which raises money for non-profit organizations, for a sweepstakes. And the winner, along with a friend, will be flown out to Los Angeles, put up in a four-star hotel and have lunch with the two actors. But more importantly, fans can enter the contest through donations, and those funds will go towards the Eastern Congo Initiative and Water.org. And if that weren’t all, the two reunited for a hilarious video to promote the sweepstakes. See for yourself:
Unlike Hans Gruber, who clearly dies when he falls from a high window at the end of Die Hard, Theo does believably survive the events of the whole adventure. His escape in an ambulance is thwarted by Argyle, who crashes into him with his limo, but the movie makes it look like he is only knocked unconscious in the accident and not killed.
Moving back to the hero side of things, Argyle is back as John McClane’s ally here, and not only does he seem to still have the gig he did back in the late 1980s, but he even has the opportunity to say a censored version of John’s most famous catchphrase. And, of course, fans will note that John once again sits in the front seat with Argyle rather than in the back:
Facebook Appears In The Mueller Report
And then there is the time Facebook appeared in special counsel Robert Mueller’s 2019 report on Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential Election. Similar to the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Russia’s Internet Research Agency (IRA) reached millions of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter users in the United States leading up to the election, according to the report (via CNBC), and helped organize rallies and spread misinformation against Hillary Clinton.
This is not to say Facebook, or other social media companies, were complicit in the actions of the IRA, but the setup of the platforms allowed for something like this to happen. It would be interesting to see how the smear campaign by the agency, as well as Facebook’s response, would carry out in a movie such as The Social Network 2.
Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall, Shari Headley, John Amos, Louie Anderson, and James Earl Jones Will Reprise Their Characters
It’d be hard to make a Coming to America sequel without Eddie Murphy. Sure enough, he’ll reprise his leading role as Prince Akeem Joffer in this forthcoming film. But in addition to Murphy coming back for this years-in-the-making sequel, we’ll also see the return of several past co-stars, including (but not limited to), Arsenio Hall as Semmi, Akeem’s best friend, Shari Headley as Lisa McDowell, the woman Akeem met, fell in love with, and married in the original, John Amos as Cleo McDowell, Prince Akeem’s father-in-law, Louie Anderson as Maurice, a mid-level McDowell’s employee, and James Earl Jones as King Jaffe Joffer.
With sequels, especially ones arriving this late in the game, you never know if everyone will return. Thankfully, we’ll be reuniting with many favorite characters.
Shooter McGavin, on the other hand, pays one of his biggest fans, Donald, to heckle Happy Gilmore during a pro-am where he is paired with Bob Barker of The Price is Right. When Happy begins playing like absolute crap on account of letting Donald get in his head, Barker snaps and the two exchange blows, with the game show host getting the final word as Happy lies unconscious on the fairway.
Who’s Worse: Eric Gordon
This round has to go to Eric Gordon because he not only spent way too time much digging up old wrestling magazines (which sounds pretty fun, by the way), but he blackmailed a school official (which is considered a crime in most, if not all, states). All Shooter McGavin did was pay some goon to yell at Happy Gilmore and then not go with Donald to Red Lobster after all that trouble.