Wow, those would have been completely different looks for Bori Khan for sure. The actor, who has previously played Bruce Lee in 1993’s Dragon and was the voice of David is Disney’s Lilo & Stitch, went into detail about how a wolf’s head was almost a centerpiece of his costume due to the character’s roots. Some other changes had to do with practicality, since the production was attempting to balance authenticity and Lee’s ability to do his stunts for Mulan.
The time has come and Tenet is finally in theaters, where it may or may not be confusing audiences for a variety of reasons. And while I won’t get into the some of the intricacies of the sometimes hard to follow plot, ideas on time inversion, and whatever else might have the caused you to leave the cinema scratching your head, I will get into something that has been bothering me since I first sat down for Christopher Nolan’s latest blockbuster — the sound…
As anyone who has seen the movie knows, Tenet is an extremely loud movie that, at times, is hard to understand because of all the explosions, gun shots, and even Ludwig Göransson’s impressive and supercharged score filling the speakers. But does the movie have a sound issue? Well, let’s break this down…
This news comes from Collider, which reports that Borat 2 is the secret project that Sacha Baron Cohen was shooting in Los Angeles, and was discussed on social media. Furthermore, Borat 2 has already been screened for “a select few industry types,” although when it’s going to be released to the public is unclear. As far as distribution goes, 20th Century Fox released the original Borat, but since Fox was acquired by Disney, which isn’t known for churning out R-rated comedies, perhaps Cohen and his team shopped the sequel elsewhere. Maybe a streamer like Netflix or HBO Max is behind it.
However, the current health crisis has complicated numerous productions that were already in the swing of things, so needless to say that movies that hadn’t begun filming yet were pushed back as part of the domino effect. So now Zachary Levi expects Shazam! Fury of the Gods to start principal photography within the first months of 2021, but again, with how unpredictable the world is, who knows if that target time period will be met.
At the end of the day, Space Mountain is a very cool coaster, no matter if you are riding at Disney World or Disneyland, and I do understand why it’s a popular ride in the Magic Kingdom. Disney’s also known for its safety protocols, and on the particular day of the incident, reports from the parks confirm stats that the ride was closed for a period of time following the head bump, presumably for safety checks (though that was not confirmed). Alls well that ends well, or at least all ends for a while when a woman gets a bump on her head. Still, maybe next time I head to the parks, my party can ride while I sneak over to the Enchanted Tiki Room for some Dole Whip.
Dan Trachtenberg shared this special, limited edition figure on Instagram, which only clocks in at a precise production run of one figure. Modeled after Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s main character Michelle, the 10 Cloverfield Lane figure above shows her heroine in the homemade hazmat suit she crafted out of a shower curtain, some plastic soda bottles, and a lot of duct tape. Carrying one of the board games available from the wide selection of distractions present in the basement of one Howard Stambler (John Goodman) she’s looking up at something with a most puzzling look. Either that, or she’s still shocked that the posters in international territories ruined 10 Cloverfield Lane’s big twist.
The King’s Man – February 26, 2021
Manners maketh man, as Kingsman: The Secret Service was prone to note. Therefore, it should hopefully be seen as a courtesy that The King’s Man, a prequel to the previous two Mark Miller adaptations, won’t be bowing on September 18th, 2020, as it was initially planned, but on February 26th, 2021. The release date change isn’t the first for the title. It was previously scheduled for November 15th, 2019 and February 14th, 2020 before it was slated to come out this month.
Alas, the latest film from director Matthew Vaughn hasn’t had the best luck when it comes to keeping a release date. We’ll have to wait and see if this newest one is meant to last or if it’ll get pushed back again. It stars Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans, Matthew Goode, Tom Hollander, Djimon Honsou, Harris Dickinson, and Charles Dance.
During their time off on the set of Jurassic World: Dominion, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill have been enjoying their fateful reunion as a delightful duo by the piano, singing together. Well, these two Jurassic Park titans are at it again, continuing to post sweet singing videos. Because who doesn’t need more joy right now?
Each year the Holiday Season brings a slew of new movie releases, with studios hoping to back buckets of cash as movie fans head to theaters to enjoy their time off. Last year one of those movies was Top Hooper’s Cats, which broke the internet for all the wrong reasons. Moviegoers found the adaptation fascinating and bizarre, and it was the subject of countless memes. There was also reports of of a “butthole cut” of Cats, which made the movie’s cast anatomically correct. And now it looks like one fan might have spotted a few that managed to make it into the theatrical cut.
It’s all in the script, which is sort of a remarkable. It’s like a blueprint of Christopher Nolan’s brain. It’s one of the most intense and complex and fascinating scripts I’ve ever read. Making it, I have to say really honestly, making it for me, I had to take it piece by piece and literally sometimes minute by minute. And by that, I mean sometimes before the camera rolled or someone said ‘rolling’, I would then run from my starting mark and I would run to Chris, and I would say ‘Which direction?’ Like, remind me, ’cause I don’t want to, you know… So it was sort of like, piece by piece for me. But then when I watched the whole movie, I had kind of an experience in a way, strangely enough, almost like it was the first time I was seeing them. ‘Cause it was the first time I was seeing all of it pieced together and sort of going, ‘Oh, that’s… Oh, I see, that’s that?’ And so there was a lot of that for me.