The story of The Sopranos continues, sort of. David Chase, the man who brought us the crime drama series, co-wrote with Lawrence Konner The Many Saints of Newark, a prequel to the HBO show. The film was directed by Sopranos vet Alan Taylor (who won an Emmy for his direction of the series) and stars Alessandro Nivola, Michael Gandolfini, Leslie Odom Jr., Jon Bernthal, Corey Stoll, Billy Magnussen, Michela De Rossi, John Magaro, Ray Liotta, and Vera Farmiga.
Mean Girls: The Musical is starting to get ready for production under Paramount with a script by Tina Fey and now with a pair of directors set to helm the movie: Arturo Perez Jr and Samantha Jayne, per Variety. If those names don’t ring a bell, it’s probably because the upcoming Broadway adaptation will be each of their first films to date.
Certainly, whether Space 220 is worth it will a topic of conversation going forward, and not everybody will agree. Having said that, it certainly looks like a unique experience that you’ll only find a place like Walt Disney World. People were certainly willing to try Space 220 at least once. And it’s possible that the line was even longer as some anecdotal reports are that the wait to get a table at Space 220 was even longer than five hours.
Aside from Gillian Anderson (who probably wouldn’t qualify anyway since she’s American), a number of notable names have been thrown out as the potential next James Bond. Some of these choices include Tom Hiddleston, Idris Elba, Sam Heughan, and Regé-Jean Page. Whoever ends up auditioning will go through a grueling physical assessment, so good luck to the actors actually being considered.
No Time to Die will hit theaters on October 8th. In the meantime, check out the 2021 movie release dates to plan your next movie experience.
The above post comes to us from Brie Larson’s personal Twitter, where she’s often sharing videos of herself working out. Larson invested in a massive home gym in order to make getting Marvel fit as convenient as possible. And that work definitely seems to be paying off, even if she admits that she needs recovery periods just like the rest of us.
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And it turns out that such a video may very well be necessary, because the fact is that between the comments on this video and the response on social media, there are a lot of people who clearly believe that the Andrew Garfield video is real and it’s this video that is actually the fake. Clearly, somebody is having some fun at the expense of the fans, but nobody seems quite sure where that fun is being had. Take a look at the clip as it was posted previously and decide if you think the video, claiming to be of Andrew Garfield filming Spider-Man: No Way Home is real or not.
For those unfamiliar, that M&M reference comes from Jennifer Lopez’s iconic 2001 romantic comedy The Wedding Planner. She stars opposite Matthew McCounaghey as Mary Fiore, the titular woman planning his wedding. In it McConaughey’s character Steve maintains that he only eats brown M&M’s, assuming they have less artificial colorings/flavors.
That’s certainly solid company, and there’s always the possibility that Venom 2 will, like its predecessor, exceed expectations. The pandemic situation has continued to be a moving target but that means there have been good times as well as bad and with the movie release still a couple of weeks away, things still have the potential to change for the better, giving more people the confidence to venture out into theaters. Of course, the opposite could also happen, which would likely be a major blow to the film’s success.
The above video comes to us from the TikTok of AGBO, a production company started by Anthony and Joe Russo. In it the filmmakers “duet” with another user, who is left pondering the insignificance of the Infinity Stones while sipping from an Infinity Gauntlet mug. The Russo Brothers raise the stakes as the filmmakers behind Avengers: Endgame, and rock their own pair of awesome Gauntlets. And all three participants used a filter to make them look like a clown.
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Like a lot of multiverse realities where time travel, magic, and god-like beings exist, it sounds like there are some pretty heavy rules that go along with intervention in affairs – we saw a different set of rules touched on in the Marvel series Loki. According to Chloé Zhao, we’ll get a rundown on the particular rules the Eternals have to follow.