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Netflix’s The Trial Of The Chicago 7 Reviews Are In, Here’s What The Critics Think

For those unfamiliar with this movie, The Trial of the Chicago 7 is based on the real life story of seven defendants who were hit with various charges by the federal government related to anti-Vietnam War and counterculture protests that took place in Chicago during the 1968 Democratic National Convention. It boasts an all-star cast that includes Sacha Baron Cohen, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eddie Redmayne, Michael Keaton, Frank Langella and Mark Rylance, among others.

More Lawsuit Details Reveal How Much Evel Knievel’s Son Wants From Disney In Toy Story 4 Damages

Evel Knievel is never named in Toy Story 4, but K&K Productions claims Pixar based the character on his father, who achieved over 75 motorcycle jumps during his career and died in 2007 of lung disease. Both Duke Caboom and Evel Knievel wore mainly white suits with a low collar, red stripes, a belt buckle and cape. In terms of the Toy Story 4 character, Duke is repping Canadian colors only (white and red) and a maple leaf, whereas Evel wore red, white and blue, with stars resembling the American flag. You can check out promotional material for Duke in Toy Story 4 here:

Bill And Ted Face The Music And 6 Other Movies That Had Wild Alternate Endings

Die Hard With A Vengeance

Out of all the endings that could have been in this entire list, the unused, but very much filmed ending to Die Hard With A Vengeance is probably the one ending that most definitely should have been kept in the final edit. Instead of ending the action with John McClane (Bruce Willis) downing Simon Gruber’s (Jeremy Irons) escape helicopter in Canada on the same day, McClane takes a longer, more brutal road to revenge. Tracking Simon down to Germany after being fired by the NYPD, John plays a game of Russian Roulette with Simon. Only, the weapon is a rocket launcher, and the directional arrow has been taken off the unit. After a round of riddles, Simon gets an answer wrong… and is blown into oblivion as a result.

Bill And Ted Face The Music And 6 Other Movies That Had Wild Alternate Endings

Die Hard With A Vengeance

Out of all the endings that could have been in this entire list, the unused, but very much filmed ending to Die Hard With A Vengeance is probably the one ending that most definitely should have been kept in the final edit. Instead of ending the action with John McClane (Bruce Willis) downing Simon Gruber’s (Jeremy Irons) escape helicopter in Canada on the same day, McClane takes a longer, more brutal road to revenge. Tracking Simon down to Germany after being fired by the NYPD, John plays a game of Russian Roulette with Simon. Only, the weapon is a rocket launcher, and the directional arrow has been taken off the unit. After a round of riddles, Simon gets an answer wrong… and is blown into oblivion as a result.

Marvel Made History In 2020, But Not The Best Kind Of History

The last time this happened was in 2009, because although the MCU came out strong in 2008 (a year before Disney purchased Marvel) with Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2 didn’t follow until 2010. That’s not to say that 2009 didn’t include any comic book movies, as along with The Dark Knight being rereleased at the start of the year, Watchmen and X-Men Origins: Wolverine came out in March and May, respectively. And back then, waiting a couple years for the next MCU movie didn’t feel as unusual as it does now given that the franchise was still in its infancy.

Why Michael B. Jordan Believes ‘Justice’ Should Be A Part Of His Work As An Actor

Along with these roles, Michael B. Jordan also has been getting into producing, with Creed II, Just Mercy and the upcoming Without Remorse being among films he also has behind-the-scenes credits on. He has also become the first major actor to adopt the use of an inclusion rider, which requires filmmakers to hit specific diversity benchmarks when hiring their cast and crew. Recently, Jordan started a drive-in movie series in honor of underrepresented communities, playing movies such as Get Out, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Coming To America.

The Next Alita: Battle Angel Twitter Campaign Is Aiming To Bring The Film Back To Theaters

If you’re looking to make some noise for the potential re-release of Alita: Battle Angel, do not stand by! Be sure to get onto your Twitter account next Thursday at 7 AM PST (or whatever time that is in your local area) and put your voice out into the world. Though it probably couldn’t hurt to also stream the film while it’s still on HBO Max. Though, you only have another week to do so, after which point the film will be moving to Cinemax, with airings starting on October 2.

Upcoming Pedro Pascal Movies And TV: What’s Ahead For The Mandalorian Star

We Can Be Heroes – TBD

Next up for Pedro Pascal will be a yet-to-be-named character in Robert Rodriguez’s upcoming We Can Be Heroes, a followup to the 2005 kids action movie The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D, this time seeing a release on Netflix instead of a traditional theatrical run. 

According to a 2019 Deadline report, We Can Be Heroes will center around the children of Earth’s superheroes as they try to rescue their parents who have been kidnapped by aliens. In a conversation with EW in June 2020, Rodriguez revealed that one of the film’s main characters will be the daughter of Sharkboy and Lavagirl, with Taylor Dooley (Lavagirl) reprising her role as an older hero. There was no word on if Taylor Lautner (Sharkboy) will be showing up in some shape or form.

How A Robert Pattinson Meme Was Totally Embraced By Twilight Fans

The way things like this become so popular are often an anomaly, but this Robert Pattinson image speaks for itself. In between the actor’s current popularity in Tenet, the upcoming Batman movie, the revamp of the Twilight fandom with Midnight Sun’s recent release and the fact many of us are bored at home more than usual, there you have it. This could be a great Halloween costume idea too!

How A Robert Pattinson Meme Was Totally Embraced By Twilight Fans

The way things like this become so popular are often an anomaly, but this Robert Pattinson image speaks for itself. In between the actor’s current popularity in Tenet, the upcoming Batman movie, the revamp of the Twilight fandom with Midnight Sun’s recent release and the fact many of us are bored at home more than usual, there you have it. This could be a great Halloween costume idea too!