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For more than 40 years, film fans have pored over Lucasfilm’s crown jewel and its extended universe – canon or not – to discuss Falcons, firearms and midi-chlorians, so it should come as no surprise that The Last Jedi has sent the Internet into a collective tailspin.
Since its North American debut on Friday, the Rian Johnson sequel has admittedly endured mixed fortunes, as the online backlash from fans has somewhat tainted The Last Jedi and its staggering box office performance. One thing we can tell you with absolute certainty is that Star Wars: The Last Jedi left us mulling over a lot of questions – questions that will likely continue to simmer until the release of Episode IX in 2019.
And after touching on Luke Skywalker’s contentious arc, Johnson spoke to Entertainment Weekly about another fan-favorite. Spoilers to follow!
The latest example is a photo shared by Evangeline Lilly. The actress posted a snap of herself after her working day as Hope Van Dyne Aka Wasp had wrapped. Innocent enough, right? On the surface, sure, but fans quickly noted that Lilly’s bob haircut in the photo was a close match for her look in 2015’s Ant-Man rather than the longer hair she’s been seen to sport in set photos from Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Evangeline Lilly Hints At Wasp Flashback In Avengers 4 1 of 13
Question: I feel like we know a lot about The Originals’ fifth season… except for the Big Bad. Who is the Mikaelsons’ final enemy? —Karen
Ausiello: Well, that and a premiere date, am I right? Anyway, executive producer Julie Plec explains that while last season’s baddie — remember the Hollow? — will remain a present force in Season 5, the real enemy is far more complicated. “The Big Bad this year is launched from an ideology more so than one singular person’s nefarious desire,
The HFPA has long been noted for its love affair with the stars. This year the group found ways to ensure that people like Angelina Jolie (“First They Killed My Father”), Steve Carell (“Battle of the Sexes”), Tom Hanks (“The Post”), Denzel Washington (“Roman J. Israel, Esq.”), Hugh Jackman (“The Greatest Showman”), Mary J. Blige (“Mudbound”), and even Mariah Carey and Nick Jonas (songs
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Once a formidable team at the Call of Duty World League Championships, Ghost Gaming proved that they weren’t ready for Boots on the Ground, losing every match they played in Pool Play. Perhaps they
For one last time – and now with added Brexit – ill-matched, cross-Channel detective couple Karl (Stephen Dillane) and Elise (Clémence Poésy) return. This time, they’re investigating a burning fishing boat. Has it been set on fire by rabid leave voters after straying too close to the White Cliffs of Dover? Time will tell …
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You see, while Disney, Marvel’s parent company, lays claim to the cinematic rights to the wealth of their characters, there are numerous others – chief among them being those who reside under the X-Men and Fantastic Four umbrellas – that call Fox home. But, with Disney possibly purchasing Fox as soon as next week, a multitude of fan favorites could soon be integrated into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Naturally, one such icon that would be directly impacted by this move is that of Deadpool. Perhaps bracing for the inevitable, Ryan Reynolds, the Merc with a Mouth himself,
F.P. gets out of jail and Betty takes a walk on the wild side in an uneven outing of Riverdale. Spoilers ahead...
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As it has been well established by this point, this is a show where the improbable has become ordinary, and the sensible rarely exists at all. Like its spiritual precursor Twin Peaks, Riverdale will do whatever the hell it wants, and viewers can either hop aboard like Betty on the back of uneasy rider Jughead's motorcycle or tune out entirely. Obviously, we here at Den of Geek are all in, but that doesn't mean to say that the journey is always going to be a comfortable one. Which brings us to tonight's instalment, perhaps the most uneven episode to date.
That’s right, Luther season 5 will head into production in January and it’ll herald John Luther’s first small-screen appearance since December of 2015. Granted, Elba has since reprised as the iconic sleuth, specifically for a Sport Relief sketch, but with the show’s co-creator and writer Neil Cross also on board, fans will no doubt be looking to this all-new fifth installment with bated breath.
“I delivered the final episode of Luther series five about an hour before leaving for the airport [to head to London for the Hard Sun premiere],” said Cross in a recent interview. “We’re in prep right now and we’re doing a bit of casting and we start shooting in January. For some reason, I always seem to shoot in the depths of winter.
Now, more than a year later, Stoynoff sees accusations of sexual misconduct toppling a long list of once-powerful men in high perches—from Hollywood’s entertainment industry to the news media to state governments—and asks: “Is the President of the United States held to a different standard than, say, Louis C.K.? Or will Trump too face a day of reckoning?”
“Time will tell,” the writer,
In this new featurette that you’ll see up above, courtesy of The CW, Victor Garber reflects on his time as part of the DC universe and reveals his favourite parts of playing the superhero scientist.
“I’ve loved the whole experience of being in this genre, this world,” says Garber in the video, explaining that he wasn’t very familiar with DC before he played Stein. “[It’s] is something that I didn’t really know about, that I didn’t really understand.”
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Apart from the clever swapping out of Infinity War scenes with their closest match in Disney movies, the fun in this trailer is seeing which cartoon characters replace the Avengers line-up. For instance, Tony Stark becomes Aladdin, Doctor Strange morphs into Genie, Scarlet Witch and Vision are now Lady and the Tramp, Thor is Hercules (natch), Peter Parker is Max Goof, Bucky Barnes is Peter Pan, and so on.
Perhaps the best match-ups, though, are the villains. Obviously, The Lion King‘s Scar takes the place of Loki, another trickster
The monarch’s bag of choice is Launer London — and she has reportedly owned more than 200 Launer handbags over the years. The Queen’s loyalty to the brand began in 1968, when designer Sam Launer sent her a bag.
The Queen’s preferred bag style has a longer handle to ease the process of handshaking — a tip Meghan has seemed to notice as well.
Time will tell what Markel’s go-to purse brand will be, but for her first official royal appearance,
Since the release of ‘Avatar’ in late 2009 (hard to believe that was almost 8 years ago) Cameron has been busy developing the technology (and story) to build out the ‘Avatar‘ universe in interesting and unique ways. It was reported back in 2010 that the sequels would take place largely in an underwater environment, but is seems that, according to James Cameron,
But with bold selections like Tiffany Haddish, who was named best supporting actress for her uproarious performance in “Girls Trip,” the Nyfcc could make an overall impact on the Oscar race as well: Any campaign Universal Pictures may have been idly planning for the actress just picked up considerable ammunition.
Only two films landed multiple honors, and both ought to make distributor A24 happy: “The Florida Project” claimed best supporting actor for Willem Dafoe and best director for Sean Baker, while “[link
Founded in 1935 the New York Film Critics Circle remains one of the two most important film critics organizations in the country (the other being the Los Angeles Film Critics Association). They might not have the influencing power they once had when there weren't 30+ similar organizations but people still hear them out each year before the "critics named this the best" accolades start sounding like ambient noise. Last year they were heavy on Oscar frontrunners or presumed runners up in virtually every single category. Will their winners be such Oscar favorites this year. Time will tell.
It was quite a day for A24 with two of their films being the only multiple winners: Lady Bird (Best Picture and Best Actress) and The Florida Project (Best Director and Best Supporting Actor). Complete list of winners including interesting statistics follow after the jump...
In a new interview, Daisy Ridley reveals that she doesn't have plans to play Rey beyond the Sequel Trilogy.
Star Wars Episode IX might mark the end of Rey's story, if a new Rolling Stone interview with Daisy Ridley is any indication. The actress expressed in her chat with the magazine that she may be headed for the exit after the final installment in the Sequel Trilogy concludes.
"I am really, really excited to do the third thing and round it out, because ultimately, what I was signing on to was three films," said Ridley. "So in my head, it’s three films. I think it will feel like the right time to round it out."
Ridley won't close the door completely on more Star Wars after the Sequel Trilogy is done. She said that she could be game to come back down the line after a
Having made her big break in The Force Awakens two years ago, Rey has become the face of Lucasfilm’s current trilogy, and though Daisy Ridley’s Jakku orphan was introduced as a straight-laced heroine – one with a peculiar connection to the Force, mind you – there have been rumblings that The Last Jedi will signal a change of heart in Luke’s newfound apprentice.
Those rumors can be traced back to the sequel’s full-length trailer, which ended with Rey uttering the much-debated line: “I need someone to show me my place in all this.” Talk about fanning the flames of speculation.
And though she refrained from divulging too much, Daisy Ridley recently appeared on Good Morning America (via ComicBook.com) to discuss all things Star Wars, and Rey’s role in the ever-changing universe.
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Since his introduction last season Khary Payton’s King Ezekiel has been one of the most compelling characters on the show. His dual persona – charismatic King from another time and humble every-man – has always been entertaining to watch, partly thanks to Payton’s brilliant performance of the character, and this week’s episode explores the idea of Ezekiel’s identities competing further.
The episode opens with an intimate sequence focused on Ezekiel as a he prepares himself for the mission that unraveled (and is still unravelling) in the previous instalment. He washes himself, prepares those mighty-fine dreads of his and assembles his combat outfit before delivering yet another speech – we’re in at least one-per-episode territory now – but it’s, as ever, a charming performance from Payton.
A clever match cut takes us from Ezekiel being
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