Ryan Reynolds Reveals The Major Attitude Shift In His 30s That Helped Him Get Deadpool Made

The timeline totally checks out, too. Ryan Reynolds is in his mid-forties now, and it would appear that he would begin to secure pretty much everything he holds dear to himself around ten years ago, when he was in his mid 30s. Needless to say, the past decade has been very good to the fan-favorite actor though, just as he does with his acting career, he doesn’t mind being candid about the personal issues he’s faced in his life.

Epic Spider-Man: No Way Home Fan Poster Should Help Satiate Fans Waiting For The Trailer

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe faced a number of delays last year, as projects were pushed back and movie sets were shut down. Given this scheduling nightmare, three Marvel movies are coming in quick succession– including Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: No Way Home. Unfortunately the rabid fanbase hasn’t been given any footage for that threequel, resulting in a ton of fan art and wild rumors. And one epic fan poster should help satiate fans who are patiently waiting for the first trailer.

Surprise, Black Widow Is Coming To Blu-Ray Way Sooner Than We Thought

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After a long year of waiting, the Marvel Cinematic Universe returned to theaters with Cate Shortland’s Black Widow. The blockbuster finally revealed the backstory for Scarlett Johansson’s title character, while also setting some narrative seeds for the future of the MCU. And surprise, because it turns out Black Widow is coming to Blu-ray way sooner than we originally thought.

Jackass 4 Used A UFC Heavyweight Champion To Punch People In The Nuts. Like You’re Surprised

This is not the first movie that Francis Ngannou is appearing in. The UFC brawler recently made his silver-screen debut playing an anonymous fighter in the ninth Fast and Furious sequel, F9. Ngannou isn’t playing a character in Jackass Forever. He’ll be playing himself. And while appearing as a guest on the Flagrant 2 podcast, the fighter revealed some painful details regarding his Jackass role. Not painful for Ngannou, mind you. Painful for the other guy… which is usually the case. As Ngannou put it:

Kerry Washington Pitches Herself For The Next Space Jam Movie In Amazing Celebratory Video For The New Film

Space Jam was a movie that, somehow, became something of a cultural touchstone. And when LeBron James came along, a basketball player at a performance and celebrity level that reminded people of Michael Jordan, many started to talk about the idea of seeing him star in his own Space Jam movie. And now exactly that has happened. But one star is apparently looking to start work on Space Jam 3 much sooner than we thought, as Kerry Washington has put together her own audition tape.

Mission: Impossible 7’s Cary Elwes Shares Photo With Tom Cruise After Wrapping

Cary Elwes will be a new addition to the Mission: Impossible ensemble, though he won’t be alone. It’s unclear what role the former The Princess Bride star is playing, because secrecy is a cloak that the Mission: Impossible franchise wears well. But we have picked up reports that in addition to Elwes, McQuarrie’s Mission: Impossible 7 has added names such as Esai Morales (playing, we believe, the film’s main villain), Rob Delaney, Pom Klementieff, Shea Whigham, and Hayley Atwell.

James Gunn Still Wants A Marvel/DC Crossover And The Idea Is Solid

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As previously mentioned, this isn’t the first time James Gunn has teased his interest in seeing DC and Marvel characters crossover on the big screen. He previously tweeted out an idea of combining his various CGI characters: Rocket, King Shark, Groot, and Weasel. But it’s clear that Gunn loved working with Margot Robbie as Harley, so he seems to have changed his tune.

6 John Goodman Movies That Don’t Get Talked About Enough

I honestly couldn’t tell you why I was so fascinated by Goodman as a child. I used to watch Roseanne religiously (even though it had episodes that I probably shouldn’t have been watching back then), and King Ralph was one of my all-time favorite movies, but I really don’t know why I loved him so much as a kid. I can understand why I love him now, though.

He’s an amazing actor who is capable of both dark, dramatic work, and also comedy, sometimes even in the same scene. Yes, I could talk about movies like The Big Lebowski and 10 Cloverfield Lane, but those are movies that I feel a lot of people already discuss. So, here are six John Goodman movies that I don’t think nearly enough people talk about.

Why M. Night Shyamalan’s Old Ends Differently From Its Source Material

Warning: Spoilers for Old and the graphic novel Sandcastle are in play here. If you’re looking to avoid details from either, you’ve been warned.

It’s not often that M. Night Shyamalan adapts the work of another author to the screen. The writer/director’s latest film Old is one of those rare adaptations, as the film gets its concept from Frederik Peeters and Pierre Oscar Lévy’s graphic novel Sandcastle. Of course, in the leap from the page to the screen, there’s bound to be changes in the name of making the story more cinematic. And in the case of Old, the ending differs from the source in one gigantic way: it gives a concrete answer to why the Capa family, and the rest of the beachgoers, were on the beach in the first place.

10 Pretty Woman Behind-The-Scenes Facts You Might Not Know About The Julia Roberts Movie

Pretty Woman, Which Was Originally Titled Three Thousand Wasn’t A Comedy But A Gritty Cautionary Tale Instead

Now, Pretty Woman has gone down as one of the best romantic comedies of all time, but screenwriter J.F. Lawton’s original version of the film, titled $3,000, though still somewhat comedic, was anything but charming or romantic. Speaking with Yahoo! Movies on the 30th anniversary of the film’s release, Lawton explained that although the original version had the same basic premise — a wealthy lawyer spends a weekend with a prostitute — the light-natured tone of the final product is not there.

The original version of what would become Pretty Woman also saw Vivian Ward as a coke addict and would have featured a plot that dealt more with addiction and a grittier side of life. The tone of the original was so dark that everyone from Michelle Pfeiffer to Meg Ryan reportedly turned down the role in the cautionary tale.