Month: June 2020
Director Christopher Nolan is responsible for some of the biggest and most critically acclaimed blockbusters of recent years. Actress Anne Hathaway, who worked Nolan on The Dark Knight Rises and Interstellar, thinks she might have cracked the code to Nolan’s success: he doesn’t allow chairs on his movie sets.
Hathaway revealed this unusual working method during a one-on-one interview with her Les Miserables co-star Hugh Jackman, spearheaded by Variety (via the Playlist). According to the Catwoman actress, Nolan’s philosophy can be summed up this way: “If you have chairs, people will sit, and if they’re sitting, they’re
Increased attack range.
Extended launch distance when hitting with the beginning of the attack.
Extended launch distance.
Extended launch distance of the last attack.
Key cast members of the long-running X-Men franchise — Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, and Famke Janssen — recently reunited for a brief virtual chat to raise awareness for the Global Citizen: United For Our Future benefit concert to celebrate the heroic acts of healthcare and other essential workers.
It wasn’t long though before a call rang in, bringing Ryan Reynolds into the session (which made McKellen scram immediately).
“I hope it’s okay if I join,” Reynolds says, noticing the awkwardness. “I figured we were all in X-Men together.”
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After James McAvoy and Sophie
During a recent interview for Variety‘s “Actors on Actors,” the MCU’s Anthony Mackie talked to Snowpiercer’s Daveed Diggs about the need for more diversity in Marvel movies.
As the two discussed their recent projects, Mackie said “When The Falcon and the Winter Soldier comes out, I’m the lead. When Snowpiercer came out, you’re the lead. We have the power and the ability to ask those questions. It really bothered me that I’ve done seven Marvel movies where every producer, every director, every stunt person, every costume designer, every PA, every single person has been white.”
“We’ve had one Black
A Season 9 episode of The Office, “Dwight Christmas,” is being edited for streaming to remove a scene in which a character appears in blackface.
According to Variety, the scene will be taken out of the episode while the series streams on Netflix and remain out when The Office switches streaming homes, over to NBCUniversal’s platform Peacock, in 2021.
The show’s creator Greg Daniels issued the following statement:
“The Office is about a group of people trying to work together with mutual respect despite the inappropriate actions of their boss and assistant manager,” said Daniels. “The show employed