• Taiwanese-Canadian Actor Godfrey Gao Dies After Collapsing on Set of Reality Show
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    Variety

    Taiwanese-Canadian Actor Godfrey Gao Dies After Collapsing on Set of Reality Show

    Taiwanese-Canadian actor Godfrey Gao died Wednesday of sudden cardiac arrest after he collapsed while shooting a Chinese sports reality show in eastern China’s Zhejiang province, the show’s official social media account said. He was 35. Gao was in the middle of a late-night shoot for Zhejiang TV’s reality show “Chase Me,” which puts contestants head-to-head […]

  • ‘Avengers: Endgame’ – Who Is That Random Kid at the End of the Movie?
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    The Wrap

    ‘Avengers: Endgame’ – Who Is That Random Kid at the End of the Movie?

    (Below you’ll find some pretty massive spoilers for “Avengers: Endgame”)“Avengers: Endgame” is the biggest earner ever at the box office, and it had a budget to match — it’s easily the most expensive movie to date in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Which is actually kind of curious, because despite also being the longest MCU film it really has significantly less action than the three other “Avengers” films.It’s likely that we can chalk up that higher budget/fewer set pieces discrepancy to the price of assembling such an enormous cast full of big stars. Sometimes it felt like every major character who has ever appeared in the MCU showed up at some point or other, and it’s not cheap to get so many big names together at the same time.But “Avengers: Endgame” didn’t just bring back the big stars. A bunch of minor characters also got to return in some surprising ways. But maybe none were more surprising than this one character who appeared for only a brief moment at the very end of the movie.Also Read: Here's Why Black Widow Didn't Get a Memorial At the End of 'Avengers: Endgame'The character in question is a teenage boy who appears with all the other mourners at the funeral of Tony Stark. In this shot the camera pans across a bunch of people after Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) sent the original mini arc reactor that Tony crafted back in “Iron Man” into the lake. For the most part all the people we see are major characters who have shown up in the MCU recently, except for this one kid who’s standing there alone looking at the ground.You’ll be forgiven if you don’t recognize this guy, because he looked a lot different the last time he appeared in the MCU. That character is Harley Keener, played by Ty Simpkins, who you’ll remember from “Iron Man 3” as the kid from Tennessee who helps Tony (Robert Downey Jr) recharge his suit while he investigates a mysterious death. “Iron Man 3” came out way back in 2013, and Simpkins was just a kid at the time, and he’s grown up a bunch since then.Here’s what the character Harley Keener looked like in “Iron Man 3”:So, yeah, no shame in not being sure about that one — Simpkins looks completely different now than he did back then.Also Read: 'Avengers: Endgame' - What Happened With Loki and the Tesseract?It’s very interesting also that they would bring him back at all — a character that has not been mentioned at all since that movie six years ago. Is Harley Keener coming back to the MCU? I guess we’ll find out.Read original story ‘Avengers: Endgame’ – Who Is That Random Kid at the End of the Movie? At TheWrap

  • Terrence Howard Breaks Silence On 'Empire' Co-Star Jussie Smollett After Arrest
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    Hayley Miller

    Terrence Howard Breaks Silence On 'Empire' Co-Star Jussie Smollett After Arrest

    "We love the hell outta you,” Howard said, sparking the ire of some fans.

  • Jennifer Lawrence responds to Harvey Weinstein claims
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    Yahoo Movies UK

    Jennifer Lawrence responds to Harvey Weinstein claims

    A new lawsuit accusing Weinstein of sexual assault claims that the producer said Lawrence won her Oscar thanks to an affair with him.

  • 5 weird Disney films we never got to see
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    Ben Falk

    5 weird Disney films we never got to see

    Here are five fascinatingly different versions of famous Disney movies that almost came to pass, only to be consigned to the idea bin of history. Disney had been trying to make a version of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale ‘The Snow Queen’ since the late 1930s, but every attempt had run aground. In 2008, the project was revived again and even had some cast – ‘Will & Grace’ star Megan Mullally was onboard as Elsa (then a flat-out villain) and Josh Gad, who did eventually play snowman Olaf in the finished film.

  • I Was Carrie Fisher's 1978 Oscar Date: Spielberg, Lucas and a 3 a.m. Afterparty With John Belushi
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    The Hollywood Reporter

    I Was Carrie Fisher's 1978 Oscar Date: Spielberg, Lucas and a 3 a.m. Afterparty With John Belushi

    "This is just like prom!" said the 'Star Wars' actress, set up with 27-year-old Tom Coleman, who now recounts their wild night, which included waltzing with Debbie Reynolds and ended at Richard Dreyfuss' apartment.

  • Oscars 2017: Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway Planning 'Bonnie and Clyde' Reunion
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    The Hollywood Reporter

    Oscars 2017: Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway Planning 'Bonnie and Clyde' Reunion

    To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the classic film, the stars have agreed to present best picture on the Feb. 26 telecast.

  • Emma Stone really wanted to see Andrew Garfield and Ryan Reynolds’ impassioned Golden Globes kiss
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    Gregory Wakeman

    Emma Stone really wanted to see Andrew Garfield and Ryan Reynolds’ impassioned Golden Globes kiss

    Andrew Garfield and Ryan Reynolds’ kiss was easily the highlight of the entire Golden Globes ceremony, as both actors took solace in each other after missing out in their respective Best Actor categories. After the Golden Globes had finally come to an end, Reynolds and Garfield’s smooch was the talk of Tinseltown.

  • Emma Stone reveals directors have given her improv jokes to male co-stars
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    Ben Arnold

    Emma Stone reveals directors have given her improv jokes to male co-stars

    Emma Stone has spoken about her own experiences of Hollywood sexism, revealing that directors she’s worked with have given lines she came up with on-set to her male co-stars. The ‘La La Land’ star made the remarks in an interview with Rolling Stone.

  • The 10 best movie moments of 2016
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    Ben Skipper

    The 10 best movie moments of 2016

    The return of a heavy-breathing dark lord, first contact like we’ve never seen it before, a humanitarian scrapping with a CGI bear, a 20-storey Paul Rudd – it’s safe to say that in 2016, we’ve seen it all.

  • Scorsese's Silence gets serious early buzz from critics
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    Ben Arnold

    Scorsese's Silence gets serious early buzz from critics

    Rather conspicuously released just prior to awards season, Martin Scorsese’s new epic ‘Silence’ is getting some serious early buzz from critic screenings. There are no reviews yet, as they’re under embargo, but some US critics were unable to hold in their praise, dropping some plaudits on Twitter. Village Voice scribe Bilge Ebiri wrote: I saw SILENCE twice today. First time, I was absorbed, impressed, moved. Second time, I was in tears. One of Scorsese's greatest films.

  • 10 best movie in-jokes of 2016
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    10 best movie in-jokes of 2016

    It’s a running joke throughout the none-more-meta superhero comedy that budget and contracts prevent Deadpool from interacting with his more A-list Marvel stablemates – Deadpool himself frequently references X-Men that Fox didn’t allow us to see. Yes, the same turbine-powered mobile aircraft carrier as used by the Avengers and S.H.I.E.L.D.. Fox weren’t allowed to reference the carrier by name, and the design had to be tweaked a little, but ‘Deadpool’ visual artist Emmanuel Shiu confirmed the connection.

  • Miles Teller on his Bleed For This regime: 'I would’ve choked someone out for a doughnut'
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    Tom Butler

    Miles Teller on his Bleed For This regime: 'I would’ve choked someone out for a doughnut'

    To play the middleweight champ who broke his neck in a car accident at the height of his powers in the 1980s, Teller says he had to lose 20lbs and 13% body fat over a 7-8 month period simply to “look like a boxer”, and that was just the start of it he admits. On the flip side of Teller’s startling transformation is co-star Aaron Eckhart’s weight swing the other way. The usually trim and handsome ‘The Dark Knight’ star shaved his head and GAINED 40lbs to play Vinny’s trainer Kevin Rooney, a feat perhaps even more difficult than Teller’s because he had to lose it again instantly for his next role.

  • Martin Scorsese to meet Pope Francis ahead of Vatican screening of Silence
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    Ben Skipper

    Martin Scorsese to meet Pope Francis ahead of Vatican screening of Silence

    Martin Scorsese will meet with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Wednesday (20 November) morning to discuss his latest film, a religious epic starring Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver and Liam Neeson. It’s not clear if Francis will be in attendance at the second, more private screening taking place on Thursday.

  • Martin Scorsese's Silence will premiere at the Vatican
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    Mike P Williams

    Martin Scorsese's Silence will premiere at the Vatican

    It seems Martin Scorsese’s latest movie, ‘Silence’, will make its debut at the holiest of venues.

  • Gaston in live-action Beauty and the Beast to be 'more risqué' than original
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    Ben Arnold

    Gaston in live-action Beauty and the Beast to be 'more risqué' than original

    Disney’s most conceited, muscle-bound narcissist Gaston is set to be even more musky and macho in the forthcoming live-action version of ‘Beauty and the Beast’. According to composer Alan Menken, there will be lines that were dropped from the original animation, as created by his late collaborator, the legendary lyricist and playwright Howard Ashman. “In Gaston, we had a treasure trove of lyrics that Howard [Ashman] had written that we did not put in the movie,” Menken told Entertainment Weekly.