But I reckon I got to light out for the Territory ahead of the rest, because Aunt Sally she’s going to adopt me and sivilise me and I can’t stand it. I been there before. – Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn The Dead didn’t get it going Wednesday night at Winterland, and that was too bad. The gig was a bail fund benefit for the People’s Park in Berkeley, and the giant ice-skating cavern was packed with heads. The whole park hassle – the benefit was for the 450 busted a few days before – had been a Berkeley political trip all the way down, but the issue was a good-timey park, so the crowd, though older and more radical than most San Francisco rock crowds, was a fine one in a good dancing mood, watery mouths waiting for the groove to come. The Airplane were on the bill too, so were Santana, the Act of Cups, Aum, and a righteous range of others; a San Francisco all-star … [Read more...] about Good Old Grateful Dead
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Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio have done the impossible and improved The Room in a new DeepFake video. The duo recently starred in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which came out over the summer. However, placing them in a Tommy Wiseau project is far from a Tarantino script, though just their faces end up turning in a better acting performance than the original. It's often hard to look at, but it is also very intriguing all at the same time, once the weirdness becomes normal. Tommy Wiseau and his cult movie The Room are known for being so bad that it's good and is often referred to as "the Citizen Kane of bad movies." The performances are often unintentionally hilarious and the story doesn't really make a whole lot of sense at times, which is abundantly clear in this DeepFake video. It's really well done, but Brad Pitt's face on Wiseau's looks even weirder than normal DeepFake videos that have come out over the years. It's also really bizarre to hear Wiseau's voice … [Read more...] about Brad Pitt Replaces Tommy Wiseau in The Room DeepFake Video
Over the course of Phase One and Phase Two, Marvel has told several origin stories. Back in August 2014, a rumor surfaced that one of Marvel's most highly-anticipated movies, Doctor Strange, was going to shake things up a bit, discarding the origin story from the comics and starting with Dr. Stephen Strange already established as a superhero. With production now set to begin in November, Kevin Feige debunked that previous report, revealing that they are sticking with the origin story from the Doctor Strange comics, while teasing that they may have a different way to tell it. "For some reason people sometimes talked about how we're not doing an origin story, we're bored of origin stories. I think people are bored of origin stories they've seen before or origin stories that are overly familiar. Doctor Strange has one of the best, most classic, most unique origin stories of any hero we have, so why wouldn't we do that? That was sort of always the plan. How you tell that origin, perhaps … [Read more...] about Marvel’s Doctor Strange Will Be an Origin Movie
Perhaps not as well known as some of the superheroes that make up Marvel's Avengers, Doctor Strange lives in his own little section of the cosmic universe surrounded by plenty of colorful characters. And it sounds like Marvel will be dipping deep into his bag of tricks for this particular Phase 3 adventure. It's not going to be a conventional Marvel movie, that's for sure. But as Marvel boss Kevin Feige confirmed earlier this year, it will still be an origin story. Now, Latino Review has new insight into how this original will play out on screen, revealing that it will center around a villain we weren't expecting. At all. Though Disney and Marvel have yet to officially confirm it, Doctor Strange began shooting this past week. And with that, we've seen a ton of set photos and video that show a haggard Benedict Cumberbatch before he becomes the Scorcerer supreme. Production is currently happening in Nepal, where Dr. Stephen Strange has been seen wandering the streets. At this time, any … [Read more...] about Is Doctor Strange Fighting This Unexpected Villain?
Phase Two has come to an end, after Marvel's summer hits Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man. Now fans have the massive Phase Three to look forward to, which will span nine movies instead of six, like the previous two phases, and will culminate with the two-part adventure Avengers: Infinity War Part I and Avengers: Infinity War - Part II, arriving in theaters in 2018 and 2019, respectively. Producer Kevin Feige revealed during a recent Q&A (via Screen Rant) that the two-part sequel will not only bring an end to Phase Three, but also to a much larger part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a whole. Here's what he had to say when asked to describe Phase Three. "Broad strokes. Strokes that are broad enough and loose enough that - in the development of the four or five movies before we move into our culmination - allow us room to sway and move and surprise ourselves. All these movies, ultimately, should feel as if they were interconnected, all planned far ahead, and yet still pivot … [Read more...] about How Will Infinity War Change the Avengers in Marvel Phase 4?