Wait, Is Henry Cavill Doing The New Snyder Cut Scenes Or Not?

2017’s Justice League obviously had issues with its reshoots, but with the Snyder Cut, officially known as Zack Snyder’s Justice League, heading to HBO Max next year, evidently there’s a little bit of extra footage that needs to be shot to make Zack Snyder’s vision of the movie complete. Yesterday, it was reported that Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher are reteaming with Snyder to film new scenes over approximately a week, but comments Cavill recently gave call into question whether he’ll actually participate in this extra round of filming.

Harrison Ford’s Latest Airplane Incident Has Reached A Conclusion

More specifically, Ford was ordered to complete a “remedial runway incursion training course,” as per a recent report on TMZ. The incident that instigated this particular fallout saw Harrison Ford crossing the runway of Hawthorne Airport, despite being given instructions to hold for incoming traffic. Ford claims that he thought he’d heard himself getting the all clear to cross, and did so upon good faith. Thankfully, no one was hurt, and no damage was incurred; with Harrison Ford apologizing for the confusion.

What Keira Knightley Learned From Women’s Activist Sally Alexander While Preparing For Misbehaviour

What’s particularly interesting about the story of Miss World through Misbehaviour is how it also shifts to the perspective of the contestants in the competition. While the feminist activists were fighting against the objectification of women across a very popular broadcast of the age, some of the women involved in the competition were using the experience to gain new opportunities for themselves. That year, the first and second place crown were given to the first Black women, of Grenada and South Africa, serving as a landmark year for the competition.

How Bohemian Rhapsody Proves Hollywood Needs To Stop Making Biopics Until The Subjects Are Dead

Bohemian Rhapsody wasn’t a terrible movie. It was fine and Rami Malek‘s performance as Freddie Mercury was one worthy of recognition. Having said that, the movie also had some issues. First and foremost, it didn’t offer much of anything new to the biopic formula. A lot of biopics fall victim to telling essentially the same story. The subject strives to achieve success in their chosen field, the subject achieves success, the subject falls victim to the pitfalls that come with success, which can include, but are not limited to, sex, drugs, and an ego the size of a skyscraper, From there, the subject hits rock bottom and then comes out the other side having learned a lesson. The subject achieves success again, but appreciates it more now.

Epic Green Lantern Fan Art Puts Tenet’s John David Washington In The DCEU

John David Washington has been a rising star in Hollywood over the past few years. Now, after being the lead actor in Christopher Nolan’s latest thriller Tenet, he’s practically catapulted into stardom with all eyes on what he will do next. And in the interim, Green Lantern fans have decided to take it upon themselves to recruit him into the DCEU with an epic new piece of fan art.

A Beautiful Chadwick Boseman Tribute Has Been Added To Disneyland Resort

The work is called “King Chad” and it’s by artist, and former Walt Disney Imagineer, Nikkolas Smith. It depicts Chadwick Boseman with a small child wearing a Black Panther mask as they both have their arms crossed in the “Wakanda Forever” salute. Check out images of the mural, including a video of the grand reveal, from Smith’s Instagram post below.

Sorry Ryan Reynolds, Deadpool 2’s Director Is Jumping Into The Action With Ryan Gosling For His Next Movie

And while David Leitch has extensive experience in the genre, Ryan Gosling is just getting his feet wet. The La La Land actor has primarily been in a number of dramas. Perhaps Blade Runner 2049 and Drive are the closest he’s gotten to being in a movie with considerable action. At least, until now. This could be a turn for Ryan Gosling. Right now, he’s working with the Russo Brothers on what will likely be an action-packed espionage thriller in Netflix’s The Gray Man, that also co-stars Chris Evans. In that, Ryan Gosling will play the lead, Court Gentry, a former CIA operative turned assassin.

Tom Felton’s Response To Harry Potter Dad Jason Isaacs’ Birthday Wishes Is Practically Perfect

The Harry Potter franchise has been entertaining the public for decades. Once J.K. Rowling’s novels became a global sensation, they were soon adapted for film by Warner Bros. The actors who filled out that cast became iconic in their own right, even the villainous Malfoys. Jason Isaacs and Tom Felton played Lucius and Draco respectively, with the latter actor recently celebrating his 33rd birthday. Isaacs wished his on screen son well wishes, and Felton’s response was A+.

Tom Felton’s Response To Harry Potter Dad Jason Isaacs’ Birthday Wishes Is Practically Perfect

The Harry Potter franchise has been entertaining the public for decades. Once J.K. Rowling’s novels became a global sensation, they were soon adapted for film by Warner Bros. The actors who filled out that cast became iconic in their own right, even the villainous Malfoys. Jason Isaacs and Tom Felton played Lucius and Draco respectively, with the latter actor recently celebrating his 33rd birthday. Isaacs wished his on screen son well wishes, and Felton’s response was A+.

Captain America Deepfake Adds John Krasinski To The MCU

In recent years, a lot of fans have gravitated to the idea of John Krasinski playing Reed Richards, a.k.a. Mr. Fantastic, as thanks to Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, the Fantastic Four can finally included in the MCU. Going even further, Krasinski’s wife, Emily Blunt, also has some history with the MCU, as she was previously lined up to play Black Widow in Iron Man 2 and Peggy Carter in Captain America: The First Avenger, but turned down both opportunities. Just imagine her playing Sue Storm, a.k.a. Invisible Woman, opposite Krasinski’s Richards.