Ever since Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. debuted on ABC in the fall of 2013, the show has featured a number of connections to the Marvel Cinematic Universe at large. Samuel L. Jackson showed up early on in the first season as Nick Fury, and towards the season's end, the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier had a huge impact, featuring the fall of S.H.I.E.L.D. itself. The show also helped address the aftermath of Thor: The Dark World, featuring a special guest appearance by Jaimie Alexander's Lady Sif in the show's second season. With Captain America: Civil War currently playing in theaters, fans have been wondering how the show will address the events of this blockbuster. Today, we have new details about how the movie's plot will affect this show. There will be plenty of SPOILERS for Captain America: Civil War and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., so read on at your own risk. … [Read more...] about How Does Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Tie Into Civil War?
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I’ve heard rumors that you’ll do a hundred takes for one scene.It happens when actors are unprepared. You cannot act without knowing dialogue. If actors have to think about the words, they can’t work on the emotion. So you end up doing thirty takes of something. And still you can see the concentration in their eyes; they don’t know their lines. So you just shoot it and shoot it and hope you can get something out of it in pieces. Now, if the actor is a nice guy, he goes home, he says, “Stanley’s such a perfectionist, he does a hundred takes on every scene.” So my 30 takes become a hundred. And I get this reputation. If I did a hundred takes on every scene, I’d never finish a film. Lee Ermey, for instance, would spend every spare second with the dialogue coach, and he always knew his lines. I suppose Lee averaged eight or nine takes. He sometimes did it in three. Because he was prepared. … [Read more...] about Stanley Kubrick: The Rolling Stone Interview
The whole area of combat was one complete area — it actually exists. One of the things I tried to do was give you a sense of where you were, where everything else was. Which, in war movies, is something you frequently don’t get. The terrain of small-unit action is really the story of the action. And this is something we tried to make beautifully clear: there’s a low wall, there’s the building space. And once you get in there, everything is exactly where it actually was. No cutting away, no cheating. So it came down to where the sniper would be and where the marines were. When Cowboy is shot, they carry him around the corner — to the very most logical shelter. And there, in the background, was this thing, this monolith. I’m sure some people will think that there was some calculated reference to 2001, but honestly, it was just there. … [Read more...] about The Rolling Stone Interview: Stanley Kubrick in 1987
Whilst Logan may be mostly focussed on the journey of the titular superhero of Wolverine, Keen's performance is certainly a highlight. The actress balances perfectly the more feral tendencies of the daughter of Wolverine with the innocence one would expect from a child her age. Keen is perfect in the role of X-23, and Mangold is absolutely right that the story would not have been as emotively effective if not for her. … [Read more...] about Dafne Keen Won X-23 Role in Logan by Punching Hugh Jackman Really Hard
Shad has been praised as a hero by superstars like The Rock and Arnold Schwarzenegger ... and a makeshift memorial was erected at the Gold's Gym in Venice where Shad often worked out. … [Read more...] about Wrestling Stars Hold Tribute for Shad Gaspard