The film opened to middling reviews, effectively putting the kibosh on any plans to continue the franchise as a film series. The nostalgia factor also did not work in the movie's favor, with Pamela Anderson, the original Baywatch babe, openly stating that the film was not to her taste. … [Read more...] about The Rock’s Baywatch Movie Killed Any Chance of a TV Reboot
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Similarly, a break in measurability may apply to the closely followed television ratings of the Oscar ceremony. Another ratings crash in April, stoked by the box-office collapse and coming behind this year’s dismal performance, would probably signal a new era, in which the show must be judged by some metric other than how many viewers watch it on ABC. An index that includes foreign audience, social media references, and polling approval or disapproval of on-stage messaging might be an option. … [Read more...] about Burn The Record Books: The Post-Crisis Movies Will Need New Ways To Count
The last explosive entry in the franchise, 2018's Mission: Impossible - Fallout, found Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt and his IMF team along with some familiar allies, including former MI6 agent Ilsa Faust, in a race against time after a mission gone wrong. Along the way, Hunt and his team encounter dangerous, hidden enemies, as well as all the fistfights, explosions, car chases, and Tom Cruise sprinting sequences you could possibly desire. … [Read more...] about Mission: Impossible 7 Plans to Resume Filming in September with Tom Cruise
J.J. Abrams was left with a near-impossible task of tying up the loose ends of the Skywalker Saga when developing The Rise of Skywalker. While bringing back Palpatine seemed like a good way to bring the story full circle, many fans were not excited to see him back as the puppet master of the whole sequel trilogy. It further confused things and ended up taking up screen time, which could have been devoted to the story arcs of the characters that were first introduced in The Force Awakens, though a lot of fans were pretty happy with the way Abrams brought everything to a close. You can check out the concept art above, thanks to Kevin Jenkins' Twitter account. … [Read more...] about Early Palpatine Art Shows a More Mechanical Emperor in The Rise of Skywalker
Nivin Pauly, the crowd-puller of Malayalam cinema is joining hands with Sunny Wayne for the latter's production debut Padavettu. The shooting of the movie, which is directed by newcomer Liju Krishna is expected to be resumed once the lockdown comes to an end. Recently, producer Sunny Wayne finally opened up about Padavettu, through his social media page. … [Read more...] about Padavettu: Producer Sunny Wayne Opens Up About The Nivin Pauly Starrer!