"She started off being scared of people with powers, and almost had a snobbish attitude toward them, and an arrogance of her superiority in terms of intelligence and how maybe people with powers were shortcutting to a solution when she felt she'd earned the right to be able to solve a problem. But she has definitely warmed to the idea. But I do still think she's on the side of Iron Man and relying on scientific qualities, which include documenting, writing everything down, and making sure everything is nice and neat in its little box." Actress Ming-Na Wen reveals that her character, Melinda May, is also torn between both sides, but she wouldn't reveal which side May would ultimately side with. The actress spoke about her history with the Inhumans, and how unstable they are, while she wishes things could just go back to the way they were. Here's what she had to say in her interview with the site. … [Read more...] about How Does Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Tie Into Civil War?
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“We continue to attend the Industry-Wide Labor-Management Safety Committee meetings, whose goal is to create a document of safety protocols that will get us back to work safely,” he said. “Now, you may see a draft that’s been leaked that does not reflect the current work. And even though that draft has some elements that are good, it has some that we do not advocate for and that we will not sign on to. That document is a work in progress and it changes every time we meet and it gets better.” … [Read more...] about Cinematographers Guild Leaders Say Work Progressing On Protocols For Safe Return To Production
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
Many exhibitors are terribly guilty of ignoring minimum standards of picture quality. For instance, you now have theaters where all the reels are run in one continuous string. And they never clean the aperture gate. You get one little piece of gritty dust in there, and every time the film runs, it gets bigger. After a couple of days, it starts to put a scratch on the film. The scratch goes from one end of the film to the other. You’ve seen it, I’m sure. … [Read more...] about The Rolling Stone Interview: Stanley Kubrick in 1987