RELATED: Is Civil War Technically an Avengers Movie? MCU Fans Fiercely Debate the Question "The Sokovia Accords have their own specific purpose within Civil War having to do with the powered people that we've met in The Avengers. It's representative of how our show functions within the Marvel Universe, in some ways, in that it's all connected. That ripples through our show because suddenly all these people who are Inhumans in our corner of the universe, they're all subjected to the Sokovia Accords. That dilemma rises up in our show about the people who feel Inhumans should be registered and those who feel that's a first step to them being sequestered, imprisoned, exterminated." In tonight's episode, Emancipation, the S.H.I.E.L.D. team finds themselves just as divided as the Avengers in Captain America: Civil War over the Sokovia Accords, and what it could mean for the future of the Inhumans. After tonight's episode, ABC will air the two-hour Season 3 finale on May 17, so we'll have to … [Read more...] about How Does Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Tie Into Civil War?
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Dodger Stadium is one of several venues in the county that would come under the reopening plan, a list that includes fellow iconic venues like the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, the L.A. Memorial Coliseum, Hollywood Bowl and the Greek, along with MLS venues Banc of America Stadium near USC and Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson. Other venues include Santa Anita Park, The Forum, the Microsoft Theater and Fairplex Pomona. … [Read more...] about Baseball Could Return For Shortened Season In July, MLS In August, L.A. County Task Force Report Suggests
On Wednesday, the presidents of SAG-AFTRA, the DGA and IATSE issued a joint statement saying that “At this time, no final draft of the Industry Task Force White Paper exists, and it would be premature to agree to or comment on standards that have not even been finalized. As we create our back-to-work plans, the level of coordination between our unions has been unprecedented in frequency and productivity.” … [Read more...] about Cinematographers Guild Leaders Say Work Progressing On Protocols For Safe Return To Production
“Surfin’ Bird” comes in during the aftermath of a battle, as the marines are passing a medevac helicopter. The scene reminded me of Dr. Strangelove, where the plane is being refueled in midair with that long, suggestive tube, and the music in the background is “Try a Little Tenderness.” Or the cosmic waltz in 2001, where the spacecraft is slowly cartwheeling through space in time to “The Blue Danube.” And now you have the chopper and the “Bird.”What I love about the music in that scene is that it suggests post combat euphoria – which you see in the marine’s face when he fires at the men running out of the building: he misses the first four, waits a beat, then hits the next two. And that great look on his face, that look of euphoric pleasure, the pleasure one has read described in so many accounts of combat. So he’s got this look on his face, and suddenly the music starts and the tanks are rolling and the marines … [Read more...] about Stanley Kubrick: The Rolling Stone Interview
You read books or see films that depict people being corrupted by Hollywood, but it isn’t that. It’s this tremendous sense of insecurity. A lot of destructive competitiveness. In comparison, England seems very remote. I try to keep up, read the trade papers, but it’s good to get it on paper and not have to hear it every place you go. I think it’s good to just do the work and insulate yourself from that undercurrent of low-level malevolence. … [Read more...] about The Rolling Stone Interview: Stanley Kubrick in 1987