The Money Shot (I) (1996)
Debuting amid the onslaught of movie trailers released during Super Bowl 50, the second teaser for 10 Cloverfield Lane is a flurry of fast cuts and eerie night sequences. The money shot is, of course, included at the end, where a seemingly unnatural light engulfs a dilapidated house, only to be followed by a very familiar roar.
In, er, light of the new clip hitting the interwebs, Twitter user Dan Milano has pulled together the scene in question to compare it with Clover’s original snarl, and the results are uncanny.
The teaser begins with some gorgeous new looks
Disadvantaged by a title that makes it sound like a recessionary cookery show, The Leftovers is in fact the most mindbending and deeply tragic drama on HBO’s current slate. Its simple concept is this: a rapture-like event (branded the “sudden departure”) has caused 2% of the world’s population to vanish. That’s 140 million gone, just like that, without explanation or forewarning.
The money shot of the opening episode takes place in an unassuming parking lot: a hassled suburban mum turns to address a crying tot in the car and finds an empty baby seat. As she gets out and starts yelling her child’s name (“Sam? Sam? Sam?!”), we see a suddenly unmanned shopping trolley roll into another car, setting off its alarm, and ours. The
My name is Dylan Moses Griffin. You don’t know me, but I’m about to do something stupid, and I’m hoping you’ll join me on this ridiculous suicide mission. I am here today to plead the case of Michael Bay as being great in his own totally unlikable way.
There’s hardly a director more disliked, it seems, than Michael Bay. It’s understandable, as the man
Speaking in an interview with Famitsu – translated by Kotaku – the esteemed creator revealed that he wasn’t aware of the extent of his own involvement until an internal demonstration. Up until that point, Nomura, who is also overseeing the long-awaited Kingdom Hearts III, had assumed that Yoshinori Kitase – Game Director on the original 1997 classic – would take point on the remake.
“Mr. Hashimoto was involved with the advertising and marketing of the original, so like [Mr. Kitase and myself], VII has a strong place in his heart,” Nomura explained. “As preproduction went
Exclusive: I hear that just three days after a press meet-and-greet for Neil Labute’s new play The Money Shot, Heather Graham is parting ways with the company to focus on her film, Half Magic. The play, produced by McC Theatre, is slated to begin performances Sept. 4 at the Lucille Lortel Theater in Greenwich Village, with an official opening Sept. 22 for a limited run through October 12. Labute is McC’s Playwright-In-Residence; the director is Terry Kinney.
In the play, Graham (Boogie Nights, Drugstore Cowboy, etc.) was to play
The off-Broadway production will be directed by Terry Kinney.
The Money Shot will chronicle Graham as a former movie star trying desperately to secure a hit, Deadline reports.
Graham will share the stage with Gia Crovatin, Callie Thorne and Frederick Weller.
The production will bow at the at Bernard Telsey and Robert LuPone's McC Theater on in Greenwich Village on September 22.
Graham is best known for her work in Boogie Nights.
The Hangover actress is currently filming the drama My Dead Boyfriend.
Directed by John Carpenter
Written by William Goldman and Robert Collector
Chevy Chase is something of a mystery. In the mid-1970s through the late-1980s, the quirky comedian starred in a number of well-known films. Many of said films highlighted Chase’s strongly unique comedic style. Cynicism and goofy charm were the actor’s best attributes and this very appealing personality even seemed to inspire actors today like Jason Lee and Ryan Reynolds. This suave funnyman persona suited Chase well, but as the 80s started winding down, audiences and critics seemed to have grown tired of the actor’s predictability and somewhat stale brand of humor. He did manage, however, to squeeze out one fun little performance in 1992’s Memoirs of an Invisible Man.
Based loosely on H. F. Saint’s 1987 novel of the same name, Memoirs tells the harrowing story of Nick
We're going to try to keep this to relatively mainstream films. That's not to say that some lesser known indies haven't had some shocking moments, but things seem that much more disturbing when the movie in question reaches a wide audience.
Beginning with our honorable mentions, we've got to include I Spit on Your Grave, one of the most censored and banned films of all times. Camille Keaton played Jennifer Hills who was raped for the better part of the first half of the film. Plenty of Nsfw moments there. Also those infamous shit-eaters in Salo: 120 Days of Sodom were certainly shocking.
Witness her appearance Monday night (Oct. 15) on "Chelsea Lately." All it takes is for host Chelsea Handler to say "You are engaged" for Aniston to get a little teary-eyed.
"I just got verklempt," she says, waving at her eyes as Handler and the audience "Awww" at her.
The rest of the clip then meanders on to Aniston accusing Handler of copying everything she does (shades of her fake rant from "After Lately" earlier this year). She also recommends that Handler herself get engaged, to "make an honest woman of you."
The money shot, though, is right at the beginning of the clip. Take a look:
Snagging the spotlight for their own individual images are Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans) and The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo). Iron Man appears to be wearing new Mark VII armor that will debut in The Avengers, hence the circular chest piece in lieu of the triangular one seen in Iron Man 2.
The money shot features The Avengers assembling with those four core characters joined by S.H.I.E.L.D. agents Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson). In the foreground is Loki in full Asgardian armor, ready to take on The Avengers with his still mysterious and unnamed army. Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) is nowhere to be found.
These Hasbro 3 3/4" action figures will probably arrive
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