In the Marvel Comics, Aaron Davis was also the uncle of Miles Morales, the character Donald Glover voices on the Ultimate Spider-Man animated series, and the character that he also lobbied to play for some time in a live-action movie. Aaron Davis was a career criminal, who used to be partners with his brother Jefferson Davis, before Jefferson reformed his life and had a family, including his son Miles Morales. After stealing some technology from Oscorp, a spider that was genetically enhanced with the Oz formula crawled into Miles bag and eventually found and bit Morales, giving him the Spider-Man powers. In the comics, Aaron Davis was also associated with The Tinkerer, a character played by Michael Chernus, so perhaps this movie will set up an alliance between those characters for future Spider-Man movies. … [Read more...] about Is Donald Glover Playing the Prowler in Spider-Man: Homecoming?
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Three of Hollywood's leading ladies — Rachel Brosnahan, Scarlett Johansson and Lili Reinhart — looked extra glamorous with sparkly straps on their SAG Awards gowns. Johansson's teal silk Armani gown featured crystal-embroidered straps on the back, while Brosnahan's radiant blue Stella McCartney dress wowed with its triple-stacked, vintage draped diamonds across her neckline and shoulders. … [Read more...] about Stars Don Sparkly Straps and Hair Jewelry at SAG Awards
One of the meta-jokes in The Interview is about the utter inanity of most celebrity journalism. “I do a lot of press with entertainment journalists, and a lot of them are the stupidest motherfuckers on the entire planet,” Rogen says. “Like, ‘Literally, you’re the best person to have this job? That seems insane.’ ” (He laughs. “No offense.”) In the movie, part of the reason they go to North Korea to interview Kim Jong-un is that Rogen’s character, Aaron Rapoport – a Columbia journalism-school grad who aspires to work at 60 Minutes – wants to do more with his life than just produce pre-packaged segments about Matthew McConaughey getting caught having sex with a goat. (This actually happens.) In some ways – just as Superbad was the story of a teenage Rogen and Goldberg trying to get laid, and Pineapple Express was the story of them being 25 and directionless and stoned, and This Is the End was the story of … [Read more...] about Seth Rogen’s ‘Interview’: Inside the Film North Korea Really Doesn’t Want You to See