The actor, 38, visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday where he revealed that he didn’t just direct, co-write, and star as the protagonist in last spring’s hit horror thriller — he also played one of the film’s noise-seeking creatures themselves.
“Nobody knows it because I’ve kept it quiet,” Krasinski told Kimmel, whose ABC late night show is on a week-long trip to Brooklyn, New York.
Of course, Kimmel was prepared — with a photo of Krasinski in a full-body motion capture suit on set.
- Additional reporting by Quinn Keaney
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Popsugar: So much of this film is centered around men given the subject matter, all the way down to the actual title of the movie.
While Pippa and James still have yet to reveal their baby boy's name, the tiny tot joins his cousins Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. James's brother, Spencer, also welcomed a baby boy with his wife, Vogue Williams, last month. Congrats to Pippa and James!
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On The Late Late Show with James Corden, the Colette actress, 33, revealed that fans have thought she was a slew of other celebrities when Corden, 40, asked, “Do you ever get mistaken for other actors?”
“All the time,” she replied. “I’ve been chased through an airport as Natalie Portman. Natalie Portman a lot.” She noted that they both appeared in Star Wars.
Knightley continued, “I’ve been chased through a park as Kate Winslet. Quite a few people
While we don't know anything about Mallory's life before she ended up at Miss Robichaux's Academy For Exceptional Young Ladies, we do know that the other witches were in awe of her abilities while she attended. Each flashback provides an example of how powerful she appears to be, powerful enough that her identity needed to be hidden sometime before the apocalypse. She's also powerful enough that Michael, the Antichrist who likes to be five steps ahead of everyone else,
While greeting the crowd, Harry noticed a young fan wearing a "Girls Can Do Anything" t-shirt and immediately brought her to Meghan's attention. "Can I take a picture of you two together?" he asked. As Harry queued up the camera for a rare selfie, a woman told Meghan they thought the girl "looks a bit like you," to which the duchess replied, "I was literally about to say the same thing!"
This young fan wasn't the only one to break Harry and Meghan from their traditional ways.
From the very first episode of The Haunting of Hill House, Shirley (Elizabeth Reaser) sets herself up for failure. Or rather, she sets such high standards for the rest of her siblings that it is only a matter of time before she isn't able to live up to her own level of excellence. To Shirley's credit, her breaking point doesn't come until the very last episode, "Silence Lay Steadily," although hints of what she'd done pop up in the very first episode onward.
Perhaps saying who she'd done is more accurate, since it's revealed the guy who's been raising his glass to Shirley in brief scenes here and there throughout the series is a man named Ryan, whom she had a one-night stand with during a convention for funeral directors years earlier. While sitting at the hotel bar, Ryan
Warning: spoilers for the first episode of The Conners ahead!
The episode, "Keep on Truckin," picks up just three weeks after Roseanne's season 10 finale, finding the remaining Conners sitting at the kitchen table. Although the family initially believes that the Conner matriarch passed away due to a complication from her knee surgery, it's eventually revealed by the Coroner's Office autopsy that Roseanne overdosed on opioids.
At first Dan (John Goodman) is reluctant to accept this as her cause of death, choosing to blame her unexpected demise on her body's inability to handle such a serious surgery on top of her myriad of other health problems.
I know I put a spoiler warning right above this, but let me just say, once more, that if you're about to give up on finding out who the dreaded Bent-Neck Lady is on Netflix's The Haunting of Hill House, don't. Seriously - don't. The big reveal of who she is solidifies what's so exceptional about this series: it seamlessly blends horror and tragedy in a way that few films in the genre have ever managed to previously accomplish. That being said, if you really, truly need to know (or you watched the show and just want to sort through your emotions with me), let's get to it.
Our first introduction to the Bent-Neck Lady comes in the series' first few episodes, which waste little time in freaking us out after the Crain family moves into the titular haunted home.
It came during a Summer in which Netflix released a number of original movies, particularly romantic comedies, and though it had strong competition from the likes of Set it Up, Sierra Burgess is a Loser, and The Kissing Booth, Talbilb was definitely the runaway hit, mostly due to the adorable chemistry between its young stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. Fans soaked up every second of the sweet film, which even boosted sales of a certain probiotic drink.
Though Netflix doesn't release its exact ratings, it had a more fun way of highlighting the success of its original programming: by tracking
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