"May is very torn, because on the one hand, she understands the need to have them as allies as opposed to having them as the enemy, especially with Hive [Brett Dalton] in the mix right now and him being able to control the Inhumans. But there lies the dilemma, because as much as we want to believe and trust the Inhumans, they are the unstable, unknown element. For her, she wishes things were back to the old ways, where it was very clear cut that S.H.I.E.L.D. was there to help and to protect the citizens." It has long been established that Clark Gregg's Agent Coulson is a huge fan of Captain America, as we saw in a scene from The Avengers. It shouldn't be surprising, then, to learn that Coulson will side with Team Cap, but not necessarily because of his allegiance to Cap. The actor revealed that he normally would have registered his super-powered assets, like Chloe Bennet's Daisy, but she has become too close to him. … [Read more...] about How Does Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Tie Into Civil War?
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And I’m doing The Present, and every day I’m listening to more things the audience is saying, and trying to understand how this new interaction works, because it’s a learning curve. We are all learning how to perform in this new medium, and what impact it’s going to have on my live shows is just too far off to start thinking about right now. It will happen naturally, for sure, and even if there’s not a direct application of what I’ve learned, it will have an impact on who I am as a person and therefore who I am as a performer and a creator. But I’m not thinking about that right now. … [Read more...] about Coping With COVID-19 Crisis: ‘The Present’ Sleight-Of-Hand Artist Helder Guimarães Transforms Homebound Audiences Into Awestruck Assistants
Tell me about Last Play at Shea in 2008 when Paul McCartney came out.crazy. “The Eagle has landed.” I’m not kidding you. He flew right in just in the nick of time. I mean, it was crazy. That could definitely only happen with Billy. Crazy stuff happens with Billy. Before he went onstage, I got a kiss on the cheek! “It’s over! It’s over! I’ll never wash my cheek again. A Beatle kissed my cheek!” I turned into a serious groupie girl. I was like, “Oh, my God. I love you.” … [Read more...] about Rock’s Greatest Sidewoman on What Springsteen Taught Her, Why Billy Joel Is the Perfect Boss
The studio balked at a script change that flipped Leonardo DiCaprio’s role: "Smaller scale, same budget." There is no denying the enduring allure of Martin Scorsese, the rare director whose career has remained vibrant over decades. Add Leonardo DiCaprio to the mix and any project becomes almost irresistible, as is clear from Apple’s recent decision to plunk down give-or-take $200 million for the dark period piece Killers of the Flower Moon. (Those involved may quibble with that number but if history is any guide, it’s low.) … [Read more...] about Behind Scorsese’s ‘Killers’ Apple Deal: $200M+ Budget, “Low-Risk” for Paramount
This is the same cycle of violence that we have seen before. The last few days have been full of emotional anguish, triggers, and mobilization efforts. The community is grieving. George Floyd’s family is still mourning. Minneapolis is still mourning. Black youth and other petrified civilians had to watch Floyd in his last moments in real-time. The Minneapolis community had to watch the video circulating on autoplay as the video garnered national attention. This is not the only murder we’ve witnessed circulating of a beloved member from the Twin Cities. Others include Philando Castile and Jamar Clark [whom Minneapolis police shot to death in 2015], just to name two. … [Read more...] about ‘The Community Is Tired. The Community Is Hurt’: Twin Cities Musicians Talk George Floyd Uprising