— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) December 7, 2019 In addition to Diana Prince harnessing lightning and using her golden lasso, we also get a look at Pedro Pascal's Maxwell Lord in the teaser for tomorrow's Wonder Woman 2 trailer. The colors are vibrant, though we don't really get an indication of the 1980s setting until New Order's 1983 hit single "Blue Monday" fires up at the end of the teaser. Kristen Wiig's Cheetah is nowhere to be found, but Chris Pine's Steve Trevor can be seen fighting in the background, wearing the same Nike's Michael J. Fox has in Back to the Future, which came out in 1985. … [Read more...] about First Wonder Woman 1984 Footage Arrives from CCXP
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While we still have quite some time until the summer movie season kicks off, Warner Bros.' Wonder Woman may already be an early favorite as one of this summer's biggest movies. An international trailer released last week revealed some new footage, but it will likely be quite some time until another domestic trailer is released. While we wait for that to be unveiled, four new photos have surfaced, along with a set visit report that has seemingly confirmed a long-standing rumor about who the true villain really is. … [Read more...] about Wonder Woman Villain Finally Confirmed?
Two months ago, on the last day of August, a South Carolina couple, Kala Brown, 30, and her boyfriend Charles Carver, 32, disappeared without a word. “It’s like you have a hot skillet, and they are two drops of water you put on it. They just disappear,” Brown’s mother, Bobbie Newsom, told NBC News in early October. … [Read more...] about Woman Found ‘Chained Like a Dog’ by Possible Serial Killer
The House (June 30) What would the 2017 summer movie season be if it didn't have Will Ferrell in something? The set-up for The House is quite simply. A man (Ferrell) and his wife (Amy Poehler) blow their child's college fund. So they decide to start an underground casino in their home to be able to pay for it. As you can guess there will be a lot sight gags, a lot of Will Ferrell trying to posture as some tough guy/hard ass, and Amy Poehler will be joining him all the way. The most interesting thing about this film is that it seems to be few clicks darker than Daddy's Home. I think the fact that The House is firmly in R territory only makes that point more obvious. However, this film sort of marks a turning point for Ferrell. He is bringing his lovable dope up a bit. I am sure it won't be too long before he starts playing serious roles like Adam Sandler. Lets just hope Ferrell transitions better. … [Read more...] about Every 2017 Summer Movie You Need to See
In 1982, Stern made it back to New York. He was given an afternoon slot at WNBC. Two years later, according to Stern, some NBC bigwig tooling around in his limo flipped to Stern and was offended enough to dump the show. Stern was soon hired by WXRK (known as K-Rock), an in-town rival operating from the same studio where his father once worked. Once there, he quickly became the Stern we know today. He finished assembling his current cast: Robin Quivers (sidekick), Gary Dell’Abate (producer), Fred Norris (sound engineer), Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling (writer). He let his hair grow. His big, technocrat eyeglass frames gave way to round rock-star shades. His show became a haunt for America’s strangest celebrities: Sam Kinison, Jessica Hahn, La Toya Jackson. Stern signed with Infinity Broadcasting, a radio network that syndicated the show around the country. He hit No. 1 in New York, Los Angeles, Washington, Philadelphia. He is now listened to by more than 18 … [Read more...] about Howard Stern Does Hollywood