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Andie MacDowell waited until age 59 to do her first nude scene. As a grieving matriarch trying to get over her husband’s death and re-entering the dating scene in “Love After Love,” MacDowell has several sexual encounters in the indie drama that leave her emotionally and physically baring all.
“I kept making a joke to everybody that I waited until I fell apart before I took my clothes off,” the actress told Variety during an interview at the Tribeca Film Festival where “Love After Love” is debuting. The experience left her advising her actress daughters, Sarah Margaret Qualley and Rainey Qualley, not to wait as long before shedding their clothes on screen.
“I keep telling my girls, ‘you’re so beautiful, you should just do it,'” she says with a laugh. “‘Go. Do it. Don’t wait.'”
Ultimately, getting naked on screen didn’t feel as vulnerable as »
- Brent Lang
As we already know, the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man will be receiving a few costume upgrades for Spider-Man: Homecoming, as Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark kits out the wall-crawler with all manner of gadgetry.
Some of these tech upgrades were showcased in a video back in January, and now The Los Angeles Times has posted a breakdown of the enhancements to the web-slingers classic costume, which include:
Peter Parker’s Little Helper
The detachable chest piece transforms into a drone and sends information back to the suit.
Gps Tracking System
The classic spider tracer has been upgraded with a holographic display and complex Gps system.
Upgraded Web Shooter
Enhanced web shooters with multi-settings, a variety of webbing and a laser targeting system.
Explosive Web Snares
The snares automatically deploy upon approaching targets.
Spider-Man’s web wings act like a glider — a kid’s fantasy come to movie life. »
- Gary Collinson
A collaboration between Marvel Studios and Sony, Spider-Man: Homecoming takes the iconic webslinger back to his roots. We’ve already had a sneak preview of Tom Holland’s take on the classic character in Captain America: Civil War, an appearance that seemed to hit the right note between fun and heroic – much moreso than the previous Spidey movies… As these three new posters And new trailer also capture so well!
A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Tom Holland), who made his sensational debut in Captain America: Civil War, begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging super hero in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.). Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine – distracted by thoughts of proving himself to »
- Phil Wheat
The coveted roles of The Punisher and the new, still-friendly Spider-Man went to Jon Bernthal and Tom Holland, who costar in this year’s Pilgrimage. But that’s not just a fun (well, as fun as a post-Crusades movie can be) coincidence. The actors actually helped each other prep for their Marvel future while they were filming Brendan Muldowney’s Irish medieval thriller. Bernthal tells Variety that, though he stopped talking on set for a bit to get into character as a monk who takes a vow of silence, he and Holland ran lines together for their Frank Castle and Peter Parker auditions, respectively. The Walking Dead alum stayed off camera for Holland’s audition tape, but he was joined in his reel, which sounds like it was a doozy, by the Lost City Of Z star.
They use mock scenes, but it was a man telling this young boy »
- Danette Chavez
Thanks to Hot Toys, Sneak Peek a close up look at the new 'Iron Man Mark Xlvii' suit, worn by 'Tony Stark' (Robert Downey Jr.) in the upcoming Marvel Studios, Sony Pictures co-production "Spider-Man: Homecoming":
"...thrilled by his experience with the 'Avengers', young 'Peter Parker' (Tom Holland) returns home to live with his Aunt May.
"Under the watchful eye of mentor 'Tony Stark' aka 'Iron Man', Parker starts to embrace his newfound identity as 'Spider-Man'.
"He also tries to return to his normal daily routine -- distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just a friendly neighborhood superhero. Peter must soon put his powers to the test when the evil 'Vulture' emerges to threaten everything that he holds dear..."
The 'Mark Xlvii' collectable figure is designed with movie-accurate quality, featuring a sculpted streamline armor and trapezoid-shaped indent around the arc reactor.
Equipped with 28 Led light-up points throughout the body, »
- Michael Stevens
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” which opens May 5 amid massive expectations, generated more than 65,000 new conversations last week in the wake of the April 17 announcement of the return of director James Gunn for the third film.
The tentpole, which has generated a total of 830,000 cumulative new conversations, announced a cameo role for Miley Cyrus. And Nathan Fillion released photos on April 20 of his Simon Williams character, which has been cut from the film.
Lionsgate/CBS Films’ “American Assassin” generated 53,000 new conversations last week following release of the film’s first trailer on April 18. The footage introduces Dylan O’Brien in the Mitch Rapp role, first seen on the beach and in the water at an idyllic tropical resort, proposing to his fiancee, »
- Dave McNary
When Jon Bernthal and Tom Holland were shooting “Pilgrimage” together both actors were simultaneously trying to land roles in the Marvel big and small screen universe. During breaks from filming the gritty medieval action film, the two actors collaborated on the audition tapes that helped convince Marvel higher-ups they were the right people to play the Punisher and Spider-Man.
Bernthal read lines off-camera during one of Holland’s many Spider-Man tapes, while Holland went a step farther, and acted in a scene with Bernthal during his Punisher audition.
“They use mock scenes, but it was a man telling this young boy about shooting a deer — describing the moment of killing a deer, I believe,” Bernthal told Variety during an interview at the Tribeca Film Festival. “We had to play that the deer was there and I see him getting ready to kill it. He was off camera and we were like, »
- Brent Lang
Iron Man’s Mark Xlvii isn’t the only super-suit to get the spotlight today, now that Marvel has rolled out another promo for Spider-Man: Homecoming that directs attention toward the Web-Head’s sleek costume and its many bells and whistles.
This isn’t the first time that the studio has outlined Spider-Man’s arsenal of built-in tools – designed by Tony Stark, the skin-tight suit comes packing an upgraded web shooter replete with laser targeting and, of course, a set of web wings designed for a quick getaway – though today’s promo delves a little deeper beneath the fabric to pinpoint the recon drone, the “detachable chest piece [that] transforms into a drone and sends information back to the suit.” Pretty neat, right?
It doesn’t end there, as Spidey’s bleeding-edge costume automatically conforms to the user’s body – in this case, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker, who first swung »
- Michael Briers
This week’s Entertainment Weekly (a “double issue” dated April 29/May 5, 2017) is its big “Summer Movie Preview” release, one that I usually really look forward to reading over my breakfast tea. But after doing that this very morning – which was yesterday by now – I realized that, in all honesty, there’s very little coming out on the big screen that warrants my plunking down my hard-earned dollars.
There’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2, in theaters in just 12 days from now as I write this. (Btw, isn’t May 5th a little early to be calling it a “summer movie?”) Maybe I’m not taking much of a leap here when I say it will be the big blockbuster hit of the season. It’s classic “superhero space fantasy” and, of course, there’s Rocky. Not to mention Baby Groot. Then again, im-not-so-ho, there’s not much competition.
Though there is Wonder Woman, »
- Mindy Newell
A slice of damn fine classic filmmaking.
Director James Gray has quietly been building himself a towering resume. His biggest success came with 2007’s We Own the Night, but the most important thing for Gray is making the films he wants to make. The Lost City of Z is a testament to his abilities and proof that his convictions are worthwhile. Lost City of Z is the kind of film you wish more studios would be making in 2017; there should be more artists being able to craft in this way, but so many are pigeonholed into giant tentpole adaptations.
The film is based on the 2009 novel of the same name by David Grann and tells the story of British explorer Percy Fawcett. Fawcett made it his life’s journey to find the mystery of a secret, highly advanced civilization in the Amazon. It would become what he would call the Lost City of Z (pronounced Zed in »
- Max Covill
In the fashion world as in cinema, the only thing more exciting than a spectacular crash-and-burn is the ensuing comeback, and “House of Z” diligently adheres to that formula in detailing the up-and-down career of famed American designer Zac Posen. A wunderkind whose Icarus-like flight to the industry’s greatest heights was soon followed by a startling plummet back to Earth, Posen proves an engaging vehicle for a look at art-world pitfalls. Though director Sandy Chronopoulos’ documentary is a somewhat unevenly weighted affair, its candidness and all-access footage should nonetheless help it attract a crowd, following its Tribeca film festival premiere.
Raised in an artistic family in New York City, Posen rocketed to superstardom thanks in part to his tenure at Brooklyn’s St. Ann’s school, where he immediately fell in with such future luminaries as Stella Schnabel, Paz de la Huerta, and Claire Danes, and which served as »
- Nick Schager
24 April 2017 8:56 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The kid's got a nice suit.
On Monday, Marvel shared a fun look at the Stark tech that makes up the new Spider-Man suit, featured in the first standalone film for the Tom Holland incarnation.
Holland's Spidey got his new suit in Captain America: Civil War, but there are some cool gadgets that will be highlighted in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Most of the new tech was pretty obvious from the trailer, but it is still interesting to either get confirmation or a tad bit more info.
First, the suit automatically forms to the wearer's body, which is reminiscent of Marty's jacket in Back to »
- Ryan Parker
A curious thing has happened to indie movies since the year 2000. In the ’90s, practically all the heroes were hit men. Now, they hold some of the quirkiest jobs imaginable — baking specialty pies (“Waitress”), building bathtubs (“The Voices”), writing greeting-card poetry (“500 Days of Summer”), etc. — in movies where a quirky profession serves as a stand-in for an actual personality.
The title character in Dito Montiel’s “The Clapper” takes the cake: He makes a living as a professional audience member, popping up in countless infomercials too “ooh” and “aah” and occasionally ask questions like, “Are you trying to tell me with no money down I can get a house?” Unlike the hundreds of would-be actors who move to Los Angeles every year with dreams of becoming stars, Eddie Krumble (Ed Helms) and best friend Chris (Tracy Morgan) are content to be invisible, doing their best to look nondescript, while mixing »
- Peter Debruge
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Curious to know which suit of armor Tony Stark will be rocking in Spider-Man: Homecoming? Wonder no more, for Hot Toys (via Cbm) has officially lifted the lid on its Power Pose Series 1/6th scale collectible figure, unveiling what is perhaps our best look at the Mark Xlvii yet.
Indeed, if previous models of Stark’s expertly crafted body armor favored hot rod red above every other color on the spectrum, this suit mixes in a splash of silver for a design that evidently takes cues from The Ultimates. Previous reports have revealed that Robert Downey Jr.’s genius, billionaire, playboy and philanthropist will crop up in five or six scenes come July, adopting a mentor or father-like figure to Tom Holland’s sprightly wall-crawler. It’s an apt role for Tony Stark to assume, »
- Michael Briers
Hot Toys has revealed its 1/6th scale collectible figure of Tony Stark’s new Iron Man armor, the Mark Xlvii, from Sony and Marvel’s upcoming reboot Spider-Man: Homecoming; take a look at the official promo images here…
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Celebrating the global release of the long awaited Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming coming this summer, Hot Toys is thrilled to present to you the Power Pose Series 1/6th scale collectible figure of Tony Stark’s new Iron Man armor in Spider-Man: Homecoming – the Mark Xlvii as a Movie Promo Edition item only available in selected markets!
In reference to the appearance of Iron Man’s new armor in the upcoming Marvel Studios blockbuster, the Mark Xlvii (Movie Promo Edition) Power Pose collectible figure is sophisticatedly crafted and designed with movie-accurate quality. It features a meticulously sculpted sleek, »
- Amie Cranswick
The post An Image Of Spider-Man’s ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Costume Has Leaked Online appeared first on Fortress of Solitude. »
- Edward Nigma
It wouldn’t be an inaccurate statement to say the world’s most popular superhero was in limbo after Sony’s “Amazing Spider-Man” franchise reboot crashed and burned in 2014. While critics and fans have been reassured of Marvel Studios’ handling of Spider-Man due to Tom Holland’s (“The Impossible”) scene-stealing, plucky presence in “Captain America: Civil War” there has been enormous pressure on Marvel and Sony to get Spider-Man right this time.
Continue reading New Details Disclosed On The Tricked-Out, Tony Stark-Made ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Costume at The Playlist. »
- Elizabeth MacLeod
We've known for quite some time that the new Spider-Man costume worn by Tom Holland's Peter Parker was upgraded by Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), with the post-credits scene from Captain America: Civil War showing of some off these gadgets. We've also seen some of these new enhancements, like the webbed wings, displayed in the trailer. But today, we have a full report where director Jon Watts breaks down all of the technical innovations in this suit, along with a never-before-seen photo. The image features Peter Parker hiding out, with the cell phone he's holding connected directly to the suit.
The Los Angeles Times caught up with Spider-Man: Homecoming director Jon Watts, who confirmed that Tony Stark's suit has a lot of "bells and whistles". First up is the Recon Drone, which has been given the cute nickname Droney: 'The detachable chest piece transforms into a drone and sends information back to the suit. »
When Avengers: Infinity War was announced back in 2014, it was revealed as a "Part 1" and a "Part 2" that would be two movies connecting to tell a larger tale. Exactly like the final installments of The Hunger Games and Harry Potter franchises. That changed last year when it was announced that Avengers 4 is going to get a different title and is not just the second part of Avengers: Infinity War. Still, the two movies were supposed to be shooting together at the same time, with production overlapping. Now that has changed, and it has been confirmed that Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4 are shooting separately.
While speaking with Collider, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige revealed that the next two Avengers movies are no longer shooting at the same time, which was originally the plan. But logistically, that had to change because things became too complicated. Instead, the movies will be shooting »
We offered up a brand new image of Peter Parker in the forthcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming movie this very morning, and now we can bring you a new image of Spider-Man himself.
This one is courtesy of the La Times and features the webbed-one hitching a ride in a concrete tube.
Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, young Peter Parker (Tom Holland) returns home to live with his Aunt May. Under the watchful eye of mentor Tony Stark, Parker starts to embrace his newfound identity as Spider-Man. He also tries to return to his normal daily routine — distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just a friendly neighborhood superhero. Peter must soon put his powers to the test when the evil Vulture emerges to threaten everything that he holds dear.
- Paul Heath
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