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2 | Did Emerald City‘s “handiwork” between Lady Ev and Jack forever run The Wizard of Oz‘s “Oil me” scene for you?
3 | The way Homeland‘s Carrie has been quickly and easily shuttled between New York City and Washington, »
There is no doubt actor Johnathan Fernandez loves his job. "It's crazy. I feel like a broken record when I say that thTalksis whole thing has felt like vacation," said Fernandez during a recent telephone interview with TV Fanatic.
Fernandez is talking about is his role on Fox's hit show Lethal Weapon, a small screen reboot of the famous film franchise, where he plays Scorsese, medical examiner for the Lapd.
"I think what I like best about playing Scorsese," Fernandez shares, "is that I am mostly in scenes with Damon and Clayne, so it's really cool to see those guys all the time, because when you work on a show the cast isn't all together."
"There are a lot of things happening on the show that are shot simultaneously so I still do run into Keesha and Kevin, but they're always doing more than one thing at once.
"It's really »
- Lisa Babick
Warning: This post contains spoilers about “The Lego Batman Movie”
If you think it’s hard to keep track of all the bad guys that show up in “The Lego Batman Movie,” you should see the original list of villains that the filmmakers wanted to give cameos. In addition to the usual Batman bad guys, like the Riddler, Bane, Two-Face, Catwoman and Poison Ivy, several villains from other popular films make appearances. These include Voldemort from “Harry Potter,” the Wicked Witch of the West from “The Wizard of Oz,” Sauron from “The Lord of the Rings.”
“The Lego Batman Movie” director Chris McKay recently told EW that he had high hopes that some bizarre bad guys could also work their way into the story, including Daniel Day-Lewis’ Bill “The Butcher” Cutting from “Gangs of New York, »
- Graham Winfrey
To quote the classic film, The Wizard of Oz, “There is no place like home.”. For Ichabod Crane, that statement couldn’t be more right. Our resident man out of time gets to go home in tonight’s Sleepy Hollow. There he will not only find the last piece to the Philosopher’s Stone but a shocking truth. A truth that will shine a light on his epic battle with the Horseman of Death. When Malcolm told Ichabod that General Washington had used him as a sacrifice to the Stone back in Colonial Times, it shocked me. The man that was once Ichabod’s
Sleepy Hollow: Ichabod Comes Home and Malcolm Achieves Immortality »
On this episode of Emerald City, "They Came First," the Wizard scours the city for witches with West's help, Lucas learns about Dorothy's deal with the Wizard, Tip learns her true identity and Glinda restores Lucas' memories.
The Wizard of Oz has a witch problem, and he's cracking down to ensure none of Glinda's girls usurp his power. He orders that every young girl in the city be examined by a doctor. If any members of the High Council attempt to leave, they are to be killed.
Director Eddie White is best known for writing and co-directing 2009.s The Cat Piano, an eight-and-a-half-minute marvel narrated by Nick Cave and shortlisted for best animated short at the Oscars alongside films by Pixar and Aardman.
White and co-director Ari Gibson made the short at The People.s Republic of Animation, the company White founded with high-school friends in Adelaide while studying acting at Flinders University.
The shingle was eventually bought by video game developer Halfbrick Studios (creators of Fruit Ninja), but White had already moved on, in 2012, as the company began to specialise in video games and apps..
.I chose to go freelance, because I just wanted to make films at that stage, and I could see that wasn.t the business model for them,. he said.
White spent a couple of years developing an animated feature with Gibson which never got off the ground, as well as churning out short animations on commission. »
- Harry Windsor
Will the reveal of Dorothy’s lie be the last straw for Emerald City‘s Lucas?
Or quite the opposite?
Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
As seen in this sneak peek from Friday’s episode (NBC, 9/8c), Dorothy (played by Adria Arjona), Lucas (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) and a sleeping Silvie are holed up in a remote farmhouse, ostensibly hiding from the Wizard’s Guard, when Dorothy comes clean about the arrangement she made with the Wizard to secure her a trip home to Kansas.
Dorothy’s confession raises the topic of Lucas’ ultimate loyalty… »
Sal Mineo & Natalie Wood at the Oscars for Rebel Without A Cause (1955) one of only two years wherein two minors were nominated. The other is 1973As Sunny Pawar (Lion) can attest this Oscar season, being a cute kid with a preternatural gift in front of the cameras can only get you so far. A little further if you're a girl but still, the point is: it's not easy to be Oscar nominated when you're a minor. Think of the famous or iconic minor performances that Didn't snag nominations: Natalie Wood in Miracle on 34th Street, Elizabeth Taylor in National Velvet, Hayley Mills in The Parent Trap, Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz, Evan Rachel Wood in thirteen, Jacob Tremblay in Room and so on.
On this 18th day before the Oscars let's quickly survey all the actors who managed a nomination before their 18th birthday!
There are 21 of them »
- NATHANIEL R
Judy Garland’s infamously difficult, traumatizing childhood has become a disturbing Hollywood legend in the year since her untimely death at age 47. But now, a new autobiography claims that Garland’s experiences on the set of Victor Fleming’s “The Wizard of Oz” are worse than previously reported. According to Garland’s late husband Sid Luft, whose autobiography “Judy and I: My Life with Judy Garland” is finally being posthumously published, says that she was frequently groped and molested by the actors playing the Munchkins.
Read More: ‘Emerald City’ Producer: NBC’s Crazy ‘Wizard of Oz’ Adaptation Will Be ‘100% Less Rape-y’ Than ‘Game of Thrones’
“They would make Judy’s life miserable on set by putting their hands under her dress,” he writes in the book. “The men were 40 or more years old. They thought they could get away with anything because they were so small.” The book does not »
- Vikram Murthi
Posthumous memoir by Garland’s ex-husband Sid Luft claims teenage star was groped by actors on set
In the key scene in the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz, Judy Garland skips down the yellow brick road with her dog Toto and hundreds of helpful munchkins. But the reality of the shoot was far less happy, according to a newly discovered memoir by Garland’s former husband.
“They would make Judy’s life miserable on set by putting their hands under her dress,” wrote Sid Luft in the forthcoming posthumous book, Judy and I: My Life With Judy Garland. “The men were 40 or more years old. They thought they could get away with anything because they were so small.”
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- Catherine Shoard
Judy Garland was immortalized as she happily skipped down the Yellow Brick Road with the Munchkins in one of the most beloved movies of all time, “The Wizard of Oz.” However, her ex-husband claims that in real life the then-teenage actress was tormented by the Munchkins and was repeatedly sexually harassed by them on set. “They would make Judy’s life miserable on set by putting their hands under her dress … The men were 40 or more years old,” Sid Luft wrote in new, posthumous memoir titled “Judy and I: My Life with Judy Garland.” “They thought they could get away with anything because. »
- Debbie Emery
Get ready for another wholesome childhood classic to be forever tainted thanks to an upcoming memoir from the ex-husband of Judy Garland, who makes the shocking claim that the young actress was repeatedly molested by the short-in-stature actors who played Munchkins during filming of classic 1939 musical “The Wizard of Oz,” while she was just […] »
- Brent Furdyk
In The Wizard of Oz, the lovable Munchkins help Dorothy follow the yellow brick road to find her way home. But just like Oz himself, it turns out some of the Munchkins may not have been all they seemed.
A new memoir by Judy Garland’s ex-husband claims the Dorothy actress was repeatedly molested by some of the actors who played the Munchkins in the classic musical.
‘They would make Judy’s life miserable »
- Michael Miller
“Is it black and white?” At some point, every kid will ask that question, and when it’s geared towards you, you won’t want to answer it. Why? Because chances are the movie in question is a great flick, one that you’re dying to watch, and by answering ‘yes,’ you’re afraid that its credibility will lessen. And that’s a terrible feeling.
What younger audiences always forget is that film started out black and white, and without that “prehistoric” technology, the glossy, explosion-filled action eye-candy they adore would never happen. Black and white films are a powerful art form in themselves, not just a stage before glorious Technicolor. They can emphasize theme, capture feeling and represent an idea (among other uses). Over the years, some directors have opted to make their movie monochromatic even though color was an option; the choice is not always only artistic, sometimes, »
- Luke Parker
By: Carson Blackwelder
Not only is La La Land breaking records as the most-nominated musical in Oscar history but that haul of 14 nominations for its lead pair, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. Musicals don’t often get that much love from the Academy Awards and getting recognition in both the best actor and best actress categories is even rarer. Let’s take a look back at the history of this happening and see how Stone and Gosling’s nominations — and potential wins — are important.
Taking a look at this year’s nominations, Stone is favored to win more than Gosling is for their work in the Damien Chazelle-directed musical. Gosling is up against Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea), Andrew Garfield (Hacksaw Ridge), Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic), and Denzel Washington (Fences) — with the latter expected to reign supreme. »
- Carson Blackwelder
He was the leader of the free world and had several global crises to handle, but that didn’t mean President John F. Kennedy didn’t have time for a quick serenade of “Over the Rainbow” from The Wizard of Oz star herself: Judy Garland.
A new memoir by Garland’s third husband, Sid Luft — Judy and I: My Life with Judy Garland, which is crafted from notes Luft left unfinished before his 2005 death — reveals that the president would sometimes call the star for an impromptu rendition of his favorite song.
The two first met when JFK was a junior senator from Massachusetts. »
- Liz McNeil
If the present is a little too hard to take at the moment, you can escape into the past and future in director Jamie Greenberg’s low-budget, truly independent paean to the screwball comedies of the 1930s — Future 38. In an on-camera introduction that breaks the fourth wall, celebrity astrophysicist Neal Lagrasse explains the re-discovery of an early Technicolor film — made one year before Gone With The Wind and The Wizard of Oz — that accurately predicted the near future, the year 2018 to be exact. Our main character, Essex, must travel from 1938 to 2018 to save the...read more »
- Karolyne Sosa
By her side throughout the young star’s life were her five husbands, who each witnessed her struggle with her inner demons.
Sadly, love couldn’t save Garland, who died in 1969 from a barbiturate overdose. She was 47.
Here, the stories behind her marriages and the men in Garland’s life.
David Rose (1941–1944)
David Rose was already a successful composer and orchestra leader when he first met Garland »
- Dave Quinn
Judy Garland was just 16 when she starred in her breakout role, 1939’s The Wizard of Oz. At just 4 feet, 11½ inches, Garland had a cute, girl-next-door charm helped set her apart from her glamorous contemporaries like Elizabeth Taylor and Ava Gardner. But with success would come the need to maintain her youthful looks and thin frame — pressures from Hollywood studio MGM that would fuel the legendary songstress’ drug abuse and eventually lead to her death.
Now, more than four decades after an accidental drug overdose took her life at age 47, a new memoir about the late star pulls back the curtain on Garland’s demons. »
- Dave Quinn
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