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Gal Gadot is inspiring generations of women everywhere with her critically acclaimed hit action movie Wonder Woman, which has been dominating the box office since its release on June 2. And no one is prouder of her than her husband, Yaron Varsano.
The 38-year-old real-estate mogul posted a photo to his Instagram account on Thursday, praising his wife in a funny shot of the two that has become a viral sensation.
In it, Versano wears a T-shirt that says “Your Wife / My Wife” — with an image of the recognizable female drawing often found on bathrooms side by side with a drawing of Wonder Woman. »
- Dave Quinn
Author: Dave Roper
So, we come to the end of this particular series. We’ve covered a number of aspects of the creative input into film-making, including actors, actresses, writers composers, and directors (in two parts). We’ve stopped short of costume, make-up, special effects, art design and others, however our final stop is Cinematography. The Dop exerts plenty of influence over the look of the film. Yes, lighting, production design and the director’s vision are key too, but the consistency and persistence with which certain directors stick with and return to a trusted Dop shows just how much they contribute.
Seven has a unique visual aesthetic. Plenty of films have gone for the “always raining, always dark” approach, but contrast Seven with something like AvP: Requiem for a shining example of how hard it is to pull off effectively. And contrast is the word. Seven »
- Dave Roper
Simon Brew Apr 28, 2017
As Austin Powers reaches 20, Mike Myers admits that he'd love to do another film...
We get very few movies from Mike Myers, who in the 1990s and 2000s sprung to the top of Hollywood off the back of the Wayne’s World, Shrek and particular the Austin Powers films. Even the not very good The Cat In The Hat crossed $100m at the Us box office, helped by Myers’ star power.
Myers has been less active on the big screen in recent times, though. His last live action film project was the 2013 documentary Supermensch, that he directed. But it seems now that he’s considering again a fourth Austin Powers movie, something that’s been rumoured on and off since the last film, Goldmember.
Austin Powers was Myers’ tribute to his late father, though, and in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Myers admits that “I would love to do another, »
Seeing that there’s nothing scarier than an unhinged Mike Myers flinging “boner, bat-in-the-crotch, and gonorrhea jokes” at small, unsupervised children in an uncanny amalgam of thick fur and makeup, 2003’s The Cat In The Hat movie soon found its trailer recut as a horror movie. Several times. The latest (and perhaps greatest) cut was from YouTube user But Without.
Their fascination with Myers’ most unfortunate character (The Love Guru is a close second) didn’t end there, though. After a trailer for Andrés Muschietti’s forthcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s It spooked the internet last week, But Without decided the freaky teaser could stand to be a little scarier. You know where this is going.
But Without doesn’t just insert the man-cat and his eerie, open-mouthed grin. He also weaves in clips of The Cat In The Hat’s symmetrical fantasy suburb and even the film ...
- Randall Colburn
Didn't think that It trailer could get any more unsettling? Think again, because somebody has found a way to ruin your childhood by mashing up that terrifying first It teaser with a Dr. Seuss classic. A YouTuber has swapped out Pennywise the clown for Mike Myers' version of The Cat in the Hat and, as silly as it may sound, it is at least as creepy as it is silly. If not more so.
This totally unnecessary mashup was posted to the But Without YouTube channel and is appropriately titled, The Cat in the Hat But it's a Horror Movie. The video uses all of the same beats and flow that the first It trailer did, but every time Pennywise would have shown up, we instead see The Cat in the Hat. Pennywise may be scarier, but there is something very creepy and unsettling about seeing the Dr. Seuss creation presented in this way. »
The trailer for Stephen King’s It movie has been scaring people for close to a week now. Over the weekend I made a prediction that someone is going to die watching this movie in the theaters. Let the record show that I do not want anyone to die watching this movie, I just predict it’s going to happen. The It trailer is already setting trailer view records and it’s one of the most anticipated horror films in the last decade. Look, I don’t know what it is about scary clowns but at this point in the game you just can’t
- Nat Berman
“Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.” – Dr. Ian Malcolm, Jurassic Park But seriously though, who the hell comes up with these things? YouTuber But Without decided… Continue Reading →
The post Forget Pennywise, it’s The Cat in the Hat That Terrifies the Loser’s Club! appeared first on Dread Central. »
- Jonathan Barkan
Michael Myers is one of the most iconic names in horror, but there’s a chance that a fanmade edit of the first trailer for the new adaptation of Stephen King’s It might turn former Saturday Night Live cast member Mike Myers into an even more terrifying figure. If the first trailer for It wasn’t already […]
- Ethan Anderton
Stephen Lacey and Andrew Leyland are your guide to Marvel’s First Family, The Fantastic Four. Starting at the very beginning of the Marvel Age of Comics, they cover every issue of The Fantastic Four, every spinoff title (Strange Tales, Marvel Two-In-One, and more), every guest appearance and every cameo, in order of publication…
The Prat In The Cat In The Hat
Hello, and welcome to episode 225 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four.
This week, we say a fond farewell to the most recent substitute member of the Fantastic Four, Luke Cage. A victim of mind-control and Reed’s inventiveness, the Hero For Hire is sent packing back to Harlem. But not before he goes toe-to-toe with an artificially-enhanced Ben Grimm across the skies of New York in Fantastic Four #170.
Roy Thomas, incoming regular penciler George Perez, »
- Gary Collinson
Buoyed by a worldwide haul of $429 million, Universal and Illumination Entertainment surprised exactly no one today by announcing plans for Sing 2.
It’ll open on December 25, 2020, and is one of three Universal animations to land a new release date – spoilers: the other two are Minions 2 and The Secret Life of Pets 2. The former has been brought forward one week to July 3, 2020, while The Secret Life of Pets 2 – which was initially pegged for launch in 2018 – has been bumped back almost a full year, all the way back to July 3, 2019.
Elsewhere on the slate, the Benedict Cumberbatch-led How the Grinch Stole Christmas will light up theaters on November 9, 2018. On paper, that seems to be a little early for a festive-themed animation, but Universal has no doubt sought inspiration from Garth Jennings’ Sing, which thrived in the early November corridor against strong competition (see: Doctor Strange, Hacksaw Ridge, Loving). Last and certainly not least, »
- Michael Briers
Fans of PBS’ educational lineup for kids know full well that the network’s hours of “Wild Kratts” and “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” eventually fade into programming aimed for adults. Starting this week, more children will be able to tune into their favorite PBS programs around the clock.
On Monday, PBS’ “PBS Kids” channel will be made available via cable and live-stream via 107 PBS licensees to 90% of U.S. TV households. PBS said 73 licensees – typically a PBS member station – will launch the channel January 16, with additional outlets coming online over the next several months. The TV channel will be made available for free on pbskids.org and the PBS Kids Video App for mobile devices and tablets.
The goal is to extend the reach of PBS Kids programming so that it’s more available to children when they are likely to want it – after school and in the evenings. The launch also helps the public broadcaster reach »
- Brian Steinberg
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