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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is an ever changing place, which is constantly expanding and bringing in new characters. Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox gave the House of Mouse power over characters like the X-Men and Fantastic Four, with fans hoping they’ll finally appear in the MCU. Plenty of fan theories and castings have swirled around the internet around these characters, and new fan art imagines Emily Blunt as Sue Storm/ The Invisible Woman.
Monster Hunter starts, as most good sci-fi adventures do, with an accident. In this particular instance, Milla Jovovich’s Lt. Artemis and her crew of rag tag soldiers accidentally get transported into another dimension of adventure. One where dragons and other beasts exist, and have humanity on the run. Of course, with superior weaponry, and a can do attitude, Lt. Artemis and her fighting force are going to take the fight to these creatures, and hopefully find their way home in the process.
It kind of sucks (for him), but after Breaking Bad and The Mandalorian, Giancarlo Esposito will probably forever be typecast as a villain. But he’s just so good at it. I don’t know what it is. Maybe it’s his almost stoic demeanor, or the way he can turn a smile into the most menacing glower you’ll ever see, but Giancarlo Esposito is pretty much the perfect villain. Which is why I thought it would be fun to imagine what classic bad guys the man probably best known as “The Chicken Man” Gus Fring could play.
Now, some of these characters might seem ancient, but Giancarlo Esposito could still pull them off. I’m pretty sure he could play any villain you could imagine. As I said before, he’s just so good at it.
Jennifer Garner was excited to share their big crop of the season, which the farm will use to recreate her Grandma Exie Mae’s sweet potato pie recipe, which will be on sale at their store in December. Farmer Jen was giddy on the farm, singing her own version of “Old McDonald Had A Farm” with her own lyrics about the farm’s healthy qualities.
This story doesn’t exactly have a happy ending, however. Banerjee ended up with a habit of trying to hire hitmen to take out potential competition/threats, and that created one or two issues in the development of the company. He ended up pleading guilty to arson, racketeering, and murder for hire, and while he was sentenced to prison for 26 years, he committed suicide in 1994.
Well, now that you know Ryan Gosling’s stance on mixing Halloween and Christmas, and his displeasure at The Haunted Mansion’s adopting The Nightmare Before Christmas, what’s your take on it? Should The Haunted Mansion still do The Nightmare Before Christmas theme? Let us know in the comments, and keep checking back with CinemaBlend for more movie news!
In tribute to his late wife, the Grease actor shared a picture of his wedding day with Kelly Preston back in 1991 beside his parents’ wedding photo. John Travolta’s father Sam, a semi-professional football player and tire salesman, also passed in 1995, and his mother Helen, an actress, singer and high school teacher, died in 1978.
Since Jason Blum’s company, Blumhouse Productions, first made a name for itself in the horror landscape with 2007’s Paranormal Activity, it has been instrumental in dawning a new age for the genre. With films like Jordan Peele’s Get Out, Blumhouse has championed diverse voices to contribute to this renaissance. Among the latest voices is Indian actress, singer and producer Priyanka Chopra Jonas.
The second coming is coming. When it might come, though, we don’t know. Following the astronomical box office success of 2004’s The Passion of the Christ, it seemed like a given that director Mel Gibson would eventually make a follow-up to his biblical drama. Sure enough, in the past few years, we’ve gotten confirmation from the filmmaker, screenwriter, and lead actor that it’ll arrive in the not-too-distant future.
But when it’ll arrive wasn’t foretold. Well, not explicitly, at least.
Developments haven’t been quick, but details have slowly been forthcoming. It might be two whole decades after the release of the original movie before we get The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection, as it’s currently titled, but the people involved are clearly passionate about it (no pun intended) and they have lofty ambitions and expectations to boot. But what do you know so far? Let’s take a look at the timeline and see.