It’s fascinating how many of Trump’s surrogates who are in legal jeopardy think it is wise to speak to the media. Even those who are not in a legal line of fire like Rudy Giuliani, who supposedly is acting as Trump’s attorney, seems to do more harm than good for his client and his own reputation with every media appearance. What motivates this cast of characters is anyone’s guess. … [Read more...] about Why Won’t Roger Stone Shut Up?
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GASSNER: Well, every one. There was not one that had a weak spot in it. Nothing was easy, let’s put it that way. You know, there was hard, and then there was really hard, and then there was impossible, and then there was beyond impossible, based on time, weather and conditions. Here’s just a little example. When we [were on] a piece of land in England of great history, you had to have an archeological study done to make sure that when we dug under the ground, there would be nothing historic, like some underground Stonehenge. So, everything took time, and multiply that by 60 or 70 sets. You can just imagine the time pressure before we could even dig the trench, and then we had to dig the trench. … [Read more...] about Production Designer Dennis Gassner Discusses Race Against Time To Complete ‘1917,’ A War Epic Plotted Out “Inch By Inch”
We can get a sense of what that future might be from the comics, where Bucky traveled to Wakanda and assumed a new superhero identity as the White Wolf. This identity was referenced in the MCU, where we see a group of Wakandan children calling Bucky "White Wolf", so the stage is set for the character to take on a new superhero identity separate from his previous relationship with Captain America. … [Read more...] about Bucky Still Has More to Do in the MCU After The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
Related Story 'Ford v Ferrari' Scribe Jason Keller To Make Feature Directorial Debut With 'La Sombra' Meanwhile, China‘s full third weekend back to cinemas was worth about $17.3M. As expected, Sunday was down versus last weekend when the reissue of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar gave the market a nice jolt. Nevertheless, Sunday was up slightly over Saturday’s final RMB 44.7 ($6.4M) to RMB 45.3M ($6.5M). Leading the charge was DreamWorks/Amblin/Universal’s 1917 with a No. 1 three-day of $5.27M per Maoyan. This lifts the worldwide cume on the Sam Mendes Oscar winner to $381.9M. … [Read more...] about ‘1917’ Leads China Weekend; Korea Has Yet Another Hit With ‘Deliver Us From Evil’ & ‘Greenland’ Makes Hay In France – International Box Office
Mimi sings the song “Out Tonight,” and her apartment is lofted up in a scaffold on one end of the room, and we knew that she had two minutes and 30 seconds to sing and travel before she had to be in Mark and Roger’s apartment. So, we took out a tape measure and we walked, and we got a sense of how far you could go in that amount of time while singing, while doing choreography. So, it was a really, really intricate and complicated process, particularly when it took to involving camera, when it took to involving lighting. Because when you light a show that is on a typical soundstage, the stage is there and the audience is on the other side, and you just light in one direction. But we had to light the whole thing 360; you had to be able to see faces. … [Read more...] about ‘Rent: Live’ Production Designer Jason Sherwood Aims To Bring Deeper Sense Of Immersion To Live TV Musical Format