Mark Strong prefers to play villains to heroes and he thinks his love of dark characters comes from him being English.The 54-year-old actor has portrayed bad guys in 'Syriana' , 'Zero Dark Thirty' and 'Green Lantern' and has been cast as main antagonist Doctor Sivana in upcoming DC Extended Universe film 'Shazam!', which is being directed by David F. Sandberg.Strong has never shied away from villainous roles because they are always fun and he admits it's a bonus that many Hollywood directors like to cast English actors in those parts.When asked if actors have more fun playing baddies, he said: "I think so. In Britain we don't shy away from villains, whereas American culture is much more geared towards the hero. We can go all the way back to Richard III and Macbeth. They (Americans) have John Wayne."Strong - who can currently be seen playing spy Max Easton in new FOX espionage TV drama 'Deep State' - says the thing he enjoys most about his career is the challenge of playing people … [Read more...] about Mark Strong prefers being a bad guy
From time to time you see a movie that stinks up the place, one that’s a special level of wretched that requires the cinema to be sprayed down with Febreze and sponged. Such is “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,” a movie so awesome in its badness that it deserves special recognition. The Warner Bros. film, from the studio that gave us “Batman v Superman,” has been in documented trouble for some time. Its opening was held back for months. Perhaps Warner hoped that giving the movie a long rest would break the fever that infected it with fast-cutting mania and computer-generated monsters. Or maybe they attempted some last-minute touch-ups to make it less overcrowded, noisy and frantic. Unfortunately, it is still relentlessly incoherent, more a gaudy, tacky, British-themed pinball machine than a carefully coordinated movie. Writer/director Guy Ritchie (who did outstanding work in his debut films “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels” and … [Read more...] about Guy Ritchie’s ‘King Arthur’ is legendarily bad
If you've ever been the slightest bit curious at how a candy cane is made, this is for sure the video you want to watch. This guy made an 8 lb candy cane for a 69 year old elephant, which has to be about the more bizarre request I'm sure that guy's ever received. Check out the process below, and stick around to see the elephant enjoying its treat: … [Read more...] about Watch This Guy Make An 8 Lb Candy Cane For An Elephant
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By Mick LaSalle Published 2:52 pm, Tuesday, April 3, 2018 Photo: Greenwich Entertainment Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Itzhak Perlman at home, in a scene from "Itzhak." Itzhak Perlman at home, in a scene from "Itzhak." Photo: Greenwich Entertainment Violinist Itzhak Perlman doc about a great guy who’s more a Mets than a Yankees fan 1 / 1 Back to Gallery “Itzhak” is a warm, engaging documentary about the life of the violinist Itzhak Perlman, presenting both his daily life and his origins. It’s an interesting story of a consummate talent, but the biggest advantage the documentary has, just as a piece of entertainment, is Perlman, who is unaffected and likable. So the movie is a chance to hang out with a great guy, who is also a great musician. The movie begins with Perlman at Citi … [Read more...] about Violinist Itzhak Perlman doc about a great guy who’s more a Mets than a Yankees fan