"In so many ways he's still the guy that we remember from the first Top Gun. He keeps that old Ninja under a tarp in the hangar and still wears those Ray-Ban aviators. He's the best at what he does, and he's given his whole life to aviation. But that has come as a personal cost, and Maverick has to confront some things from his past and reconcile with them. It's a rite-of-passage story, much like the first film was. But this is a man now at a different stage of life." RELATED: Tom Cruise Put His Young Top Gun 2 Cast Through Some Insane Training The original Top Gun became popular thanks as much to the style and swagger of the main characters as the storyline revolving around a contingent of brash young US Navy pilots. While the upcoming sequel will dive back into that world, it seems the tone this time around will be more somber and reflective, with the official synopsis for Top Gun: Maverick bearing out with this change in approach. … [Read more...] about New Top Gun 2 Tease Has Maverick Ready to Confront His Past and Fly Into the Future
And it was so cool. Because we were shooting with two cameras cross-covering these conversations, all of a sudden, it forced…Let’s imagine Antoni [Porowski]’s talking to Yoko in her kitchen, and all of a sudden, they’re forced to stare at each other, while the translator [translates]. We told them they couldn’t look at the translator, because that would take them away from the scene. So, the guys told me that it became an incredible bonding experience. It was like, how cute was that result of that decision, that it actually made them feel incredibly close to the heroes? … [Read more...] about ‘Queer Eye’ EPs On Season 5 Highlights, ‘We’re In Japan!’ Challenges & The Impact Of COVID-19 Pandemic On Future Installments
Los Angeles native Jason Hervey was only 16 years old when he shot to stardom after landing the role of the bully big brother Wayne Arnold -- who regularly ribs on his younger sibling Kevin and gives him rude nicknames -- on the iconic '80s television show "The Wonder Years." … [Read more...] about Wayne Arnold on ‘The Wonder Years’ ‘Memba Him?!
“A comment was made to my wife that was overheard on the college football call, offending some who heard it,” LaMont said in a statement to The Post. “We have a racially integrated home and I respect and admire those who spoke up about their experiences. I profusely apologize to everyone on the call” … [Read more...] about ESPN Announcer Dave LaMont Apologizes For Controversial Comment During Conference Call On Racial Issues
Logan stars Hugh Jackman, Boyd Holbrook, Dafne Keen, Stephen Merchant, Doris Morgado, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Richard E. Grant and Patrick Stewart. James Mangold is directing the movie, which is set for release on March 3, 2017. You can check out the photo and synopsis for Logan that Hugh Jackman tweeted out for yourself below. … [Read more...] about Official Logan Synopsis Reveals New Wolverine 3 Story Details