The Top Five Johnny Depp Yelling Scenes in Movies
Well, it’s not a total wonder. After back and forth projections showed “Rampage” wrestling with “A Quiet Place” to see who would come out on top at the box office last weekend, there is one main reason the video game adaptation secured the crown: Dwayne Johnson.
“It’s good old star power at work here,” box office analyst Jeff Bock said. “There’s not that many people in this day and age who can pull this off.”
Did Johnson break the video game adaptation curse? Probably not. Did his sheer star power push “Rampage” to the No. 1 spot at the worldwide box office? It seems likely.
“Rampage” bowed with $34.5 million in North America, along with an impressive $114 million overseas for a global total of $148.6 million.
Robert De Niro and Al Pacino face off as real life mob hitman Frank Sheeran and labor union boss Jimmy Hoffa in Scorsese’s gangster biopic, as Industrial Light & Magic digitally removes decades from their appearances for a series of flashbacks. And elite 50-year-old assassin Will Smith gets stalked by his 23-year-old clone (created by Weta Digital) in Lee’s cutting edge sci-fi thriller.
Obviously, there’s more at stake here than the successful de-aging of Sean Young and Kurt Russell, or Johnny Depp in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” Robert Downey Jr. in “Captain America: Civil War,” and Michael Douglas in “Ant Man.” Any misstep into the Uncanny Valley could prove fatal. Then again,
Mike Fallon (Scott Adkins) is the Accident Man – a stone cold killer and the best at what he does. But when a loved one is dragged into the London underworld and murdered by his own crew, Fallon is forced to rip apart the life he knew in order to avenge the one person who actually meant something to him. The film also stars Ashley Greene, Michael Jai White, Ray Park, Ray Stevenson, David Paymer, Nick Moran, Perry Benson, Ross O’Hennessy and Amy Johnston.
Accident Man was directed by Jesse V. Johnson. It was co-written by Scott Adkins and Stu Small (upcoming The Pay
Recently acquired by Fox Searchlight, Antlers, written by Henry Chaisson and Channel Zero creator Nick Antosca, will see the director serve as a producer. It didn’t take long for del Toro to make his presence felt, either, appointing Black Mass and Crazy Heart director Scott Cooper to helm the supernatural horror.
In a recent sit-down with Collider, Cooper revealed that the project is inspired by a pair of the genre’s staples, John Carpenter’s Halloween and William Friedkin’s The Exorcist.
“Well I’m currently developing Antlers. I’m working with the writers now before I start writing on it, but I’m in the
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The Justice League star, 31, was mentioned on the organization’s recently released 2017 donors list honor roll in a category for donations between $1 million and $4,999,999 million.
“My philanthropic efforts have always been centered around medical care, especially with women and children,” Heard recently told People. “Medical care always struck me as a basic human right and necessity. I have been doing this type of work for the last 14 years with children’s hospitals and bringing, hopefully, laughs and alleviation and distraction to kids that are severely ill.
The Show | Jesus Christ Superstar Live (April 1, 2018)
The Performance | Good god almighty, did NBC choose the right person to play Judas in its Jesus Christ Superstar Live or what? Broadway mainstay/Power actor Dixon brought history’s most famous betrayer to vivid life in Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s rock opera, broadcast Easter Sunday, and we just can’t stop thinking about his captivating performance.
Though there were bigger names in the cast — John Legend, Sara Bareilles, Alice Cooper — we couldn’t take our eyes off Dixon from the minute he hit the stage.
The original attempt had Johnny Depp as the lead role of Toby but this time around Star Wars actor Adam Driver serves as lead co-starring with Jonathan Pryce. Check out the official trailer below.
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote tells the story of a deluded old man who is convinced he is Don Quixote, and who mistakes Toby, an advertising executive, for his trusty squire, Sancho Panza. The pair embark on a bizarre journey,
The first trailer for his film has premiered and it looks like everything a Gilliam fan might expect. It's lavish and carnivalesque and delirious and wonderful.
An advertising executive jumps back and forth in time between 21st century London and 17th century La Mancha, where Don Quixote mistakes him for Sancho Panza.
The story of Gilliam's notorious failed attempt to make the film with Johnny Depp was documented in the film
The trailer is an international trailer and is very much a teaser. It sets up the general beats of the movie and gives us a look at the cast and various settings. But beyond that, it doesn't give us the best sense of what The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
The first trailer for The Man Who Killed Don Quixote has finally been released, 18 years after director Terry Gilliam’s long-gestating film first went into production.
Adapted from Cervantes’ “unfilmable” novel Don Quixote, Gilliam’s film has become one of the most famous examples of “development hell”. The former Monty Python man has attempted to make the film on eight occasions – most notably in 2000, when flash floods, Nato plane flyovers and a prostate infection that struck actor Jean Rochefort (who died last October) disrupted filming of a Johnny Depp-starring effort. That troubled production was the subject of a documentary, Lost in La Mancha.
Gilliam's infamously "cursed" take on Miguel de Cervantes' epic novel, Don Quixote, stars Adam Driver as a marketing executive, Toby, who meets a man (Jonathan Pryce) who believes he is La Mancha's defender of chivalry, Don Quixote. This Quixote mistakes Toby for his squire, Sancho Panza, and together, the pair embark on a surreal journey that jumps between the 21st and 17th centuries.
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