For Nicole Kidman, that verbal key not only describes her approach with the public, it also put her on the path to her future. After all, it was the word that sealed her relationship with Keith Urban, according to this very report. Upon their first meeting, it was the response to a very important question that Urban had asked: “How’s your heart?” Four letters later, the pair became the beautiful couple you see today, and they’re definitely one of those pairs that the public loves to see smiling together.
The investigator told staff members to cancel the reservations, in order to watch and see what Carletto did, wanting to see if he would try to make new reservations with the stolen device. Carletto was followed out to the parking lot where he was approached by the investigators. He admitted to having the Disney-owned device in his possession, though denied knowing it had been stolen. He claimed to work for a company called A Class, and said his boss “Tony” gave him the device.
Please keep it between us but yes, I am in it. The plot starts with Peter Parker (Tom Holland) bummed that everyone knows his identity and then some crazy shit happens with Dr. Strange and Dr. Octopus (Alfred Molina) comes into his dimension. Then Electro and the Green Goblin hop out of one of those ‘energy circles’ and they’re like ‘It’s spider stompin time’. Then Tom Hardy and I pop out and battle each other and I win (obvi), it’s like not even a fight I just kick his ass immediately. Not to give too much away but there are also some actors from the original 70s Spiderman show, Aquaman and Batman (Affleck, not Keaton) crossover, and thanks to Disney Han Solo’s ghost from Rise of Skywalker, and that Eve robot from Wall-E. Again, please keep between us.
It sounds like Han being an Asian character that did not follow a stereotypical expectation was just as meaningful to Sung Kang as it’s been to fans of the character and the series. When the Fast Saga first began with The Fast and the Furious, no one had any idea how massive it would become. Along the way the family has only grown, adding new multi-dimensional characters like Han and in turn growing the fan base along with the cast.
Sung Kang also questioned the definition of cool, and in the context of Han representing the Asian American community in a cool way, he defines cool as belonging. The Fast family is so diverse and ever-growing and is a perfect example of why representation matters. Inviting more into the crew where they feel they belong creates such a bond between fans and between the fans and the cast.
Marica Lucas’ opinions about the Star Wars Sequel Trilogy came to light when she was interviewed for Howard Kazanjian: A Producer’s Life (via Indiewire), a book by the late J.W. Rinzler focusing on the producer who worked The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, among other things. But during the interview, which took place between the releases of The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker, current Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and director JJ Abrams, who helmed Episodes VII and IX, came up, and Lucas subsequently revealed why she doesn’t like the Sequel Trilogy. In her words:
We’re almost there, James Bond fans. No Time To Die is about to bring Daniel Craig’s era as the modern Bond to a close, and there’s no telling where we’ll be headed next. But the road to this big finale has been a long and twisted path that’s brought 007 from Casino Royale to No Time To Die. Starting with that first Daniel Craig entry, let’s take a look at the modern era of Bond, James Bond, and see how all of the pieces fit; leading to the eventual conclusion that breaks down how No Time To Die caps off Mr. Craig’s legacy.
While it’s likely you’ve seen Casino Royale, in the event that you haven’t, major spoilers ahead!
Siddhant Adlakha from IGN considered The Guilty riveting at times, but not devoid of issues. He thought Gyllenhaal was great in this, for the most part, one-man show, and noted that the actor is at his best here. But that one-man show aspect provided some challenges, as the attempts of the movie to involve any other characters or locations aren’t committed to enough. Adlakha thought the thriller could have made some great social commentary, but it was too restricting in its narrative to do so. Overall, he thought the crime flick was very close to the original version, but might be worth a watch based on the leading actor, saying:
Talking to Tom Hardy during the press day for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, he explained how he and screenwriter Kelly Marcel worked Easter egg references to their inspirations into the film, and because he was a fan of Eddie Murphy, Axel Foley and that franchise, he made sure to honor him by replicating his wardrobe. But when it came to the Detroit Lions jacket, Venom: Let There Be Carnage faced a small obstacle, as Hardy explained:
For about as long as we were sure that Daniel Craig was done as James Bond, and honestly, quite a bit longer, a lot of people have been suggesting that Idris Elba should be the next James Bond. He’s a guy who can handle the physical action of the part, and he looks good in a suit, and at least at the start, that’s what people are probably looking for. While it seems quite unlikely at this point that Elba will get the role, the conversation has peaked once again, as it turns out Idris Elba had thoughts on a previously new James Bond back in the 90s.
Brooks Is The Last Filmmaker To Have Two Year-End Top-Five Box Office Films
In the 47 years since Mel Brooks had the one-two punch of Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein in 1974, no other filmmaker has been able to pull off what he did – having both of his films finish in the top-five for box office for the entire year. Blazing Saddles finished with $119.6 million and Young Frankenstein finished with $86.3 million, per Box Office Mojo.
In a year that included The Towering Inferno, The Longest Yard and The Godfather Part II, that was good enough for first (Blazing Saddles) and fourth (Young Frankenstein), according to the-numbers.com.
Some of you may be thinking, what about Steven Spielberg? What about 1993 with Jurassic Park and Schindler’s List? Jurassic Park was the top grossing film of 1993 with $338.9 million, but Schindler’s List topped out at $96 million, more than $10 million shy of what Mrs. Doubtfire finished at in the fifth spot for 1993.
Young Frankenstein is currently available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.