Long story short, Hugh Grant is the absolute best. I want to be best friends with him, but unfortunately, that hasn’t happened, probably because his other options to hangout include Renee Zellweger. It’s wonderful to know they made such a connection they’re still emailing almost twenty years later, and while I’m not actively rooting for another Bridget Jones movie, I’d gladly watch it, especially if Grant brings back Daniel Cleaver, who, according to the last movie, has been found alive.
I think I can safely say by this point that Mark Ruffalo is pretty much capable of anything. The man has been nominated for a current total of three Academy Awards, recently won his first Emmy, and, as far as I am concerned, is the first actor to give us a big screen version of The Incredible Hulk worth giving much of a damn about. Thus, I am quite thankful that his tenure with the Marvel Cinematic Universe has not expired just yet.
Considering the debilitating effect that wearing the Infinity Gauntlet to reverse the Decimation had on Bruce Banner, even in permanent Hulk-mode, Avengers: Endgame seemed like the 53-year-old Wisconsin native’s way of officially bidding his days of saving the world adieu. While It is true that no big screen MCU installments can be seen on Mark Ruffalo’s resume of forthcoming projects, there is at least one comic book-related title that we can expect to see him in. I only say “at least one comic book-related title” because there could be another Marvelous appearance of his that we simply do not have confirmation of at the moment.
Disney+ is a little over a year old now, and in that time, the streaming service has released a fair amount of exclusive movies, ranging from features that were made specifically for the platform, like the lived-action Lady and the Tramp and Stargirl, to features that were moved over there after theatrical plans were scrapped, like Artemis Fowl, Hamilton and the upcoming Soul. The soon-to-be-seen Godmothered falls into the former category, with the movie following a godmother-in-training, played by Jillian Bell, being tasked to help a disillusioned reporter, played by Isla Fisher, reclaim her sense of wonder and the idea of “happily ever after.”
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It was here, where Blue Smith allegedly struck the cast member. The employee told police that a pair of blows, one to the jaw and another to the temple, knocked him off balance and he fell to the ground. The cast member was transported to a hospital where he was given a CT scan and diagnosed with a concussion. Blue Smith was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor battery. Bail was set at $500.
I wasn’t sure if my feelings were going to change towards the series, and it was kind of scary after seeing a recent hot take stating that Pierce Brosnan had never made a good James Bond movie. After all, memories don’t always hold up, especially when taking into account the huge cultural shifts and cinematic competitors that the franchise would have to compete with in the ‘90s. Taking a pretty deep look into my heart, as well as the history books, I have a pretty definitive opinion the Brosnan era. And it starts, like all of our other rankings do, with Brosnan’s 007, by the numbers.
When one thinks of the Mad Max franchise, among the people who understandably come first to mind are George Miller, who’s directed and co-written all the Mad Max movies, and Mel Gibson, who starred as the eponymous protagonist in its first three installments. However, one actor who occupied a special place in the franchise’s history is Hugh Keays-Byrne thanks to his dual roles. Sadly, word’s come in that Keays-Byrne has passed away at the age of 73.
We’re trying to say exactly what Joe tells him in the beginning: ‘We’re here to fix [the mind], not [the hearing], and there’s nothing wrong with you.’ When he’s fixing my roof over there, I go ‘What the f- what are you doing?’ He says ‘Oh I’m trying to fix-’ There’s nothing to fix here. So that’s really the theme. And deaf people – you know, when I was growing up in the ‘50s in Chicago with my mom and dad, they were – my perception was that they were the most oppressed people on the face of the earth. Because the hearing man had his hand in my dad’s pocket. He was always being scammed by the hearing guy. Today, ever since 1990 and beyond, deaf people have been telling me, ‘There’s nothing wrong with me. You’re the one who’s disabled because you don’t know my language.’ They’re very self-supporting. And they’re just, almost uh, aggressive about it. They want – they have to fight five times as hard as I do to get a role.
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It’s no secret that comic book movies are everywhere. The genre has become a powerful force in the film world, with various cinematic universes regularly occupying theaters. When Disney acquired 20th Century Fox and its properties, it opened up the possibility for beloved heroes like the Fantastic Four and the X-Men to finally join the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans are eager to see if/when this might happen, and which actors will take on the mantle of the mutants. And new fan art imagines what actor Charlie Hunnam might look like as the new Wolverine.
A lot of people will probably spend the Christmas holiday watching the Harry Potter movies. Many of the films originally came out in November, and since each one follows the course of a different school year, there’s a segment of each that takes place around Christmas. As such, there’s certainly a holiday feel to the franchise that makes it perfect for a marathon this time of year, even if they’re not technically holiday movies.