(Below you’ll find some pretty massive spoilers for “Avengers: Endgame”)As is fitting for a movie that sold itself as the culmination of the first eleven years of an unprecedented style of mega-franchise, “Avengers: Endgame” is astonishing for the ridiculously huge and star-studded cast it assembled for its grand finale. Pretty much everybody showed up, and it’s probably got the biggest collection of stars of any movie ever.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
Joaquin Phoenix has opened up about his work as the Joker, revealing the real-life condition that inspired Arthur Fleck’s laugh.
Basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has launched a scathing attack on Quentin Tarantino for his depiction of his friend and Game Of Death co-star Bruce Lee in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
John Wick director Chad Stahelski has reportedly joined Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn) to help with the blockbuster’s action scenes.
Martin Freeman has confirmed that he will reprise his role as Everett K Ross, but isn't sure when we'll see Sherlock again.
Avengers: Endgame director Joe Russo really wanted Wolverine to go up against Thanos.
Game Of Thrones’ creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss might not actually write a new Star Wars trilogy after all.
Simu Liu shared a video from the website Asian Boss in which a reporter hit the streets of Beijing to ask if the actor is “too ugly” — by Chinese standards — to be in the Marvel movie.
Rian Johnson is charging full-speed ahead with his planned new trilogy of films entrusted to him by Lucasfilm.
Michael Madsen was sentenced to four days in a county jail on Thursday after pleading no contest for misdemeanor driving under the influence.The “Hateful Eight” and “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” actor was arrested in March after he crashed into a pole while driving his SUV in Malibu. Though no one was injured, the accident came within 10 years of a previous DUI arrest, and he was again found to be driving with a blood alcohol content over the legal limit.Madsen was sentenced to four days in county jail and five years on summary probation, according to the L.A. County district attorney’s office. Madsen’s attorney, Perry C. Wander, told the Associated Press that the actor did not receive special treatment and that he looks forward to completing his probation.A month after his initial arrest, Wander told TheWrap that Madsen was working through “existential challenges.”“Honestly, it’s stressful being a celebrity,” Wander told TheWrap in April. “Dealing with the fact that being famous and having money does not bring happiness presents very difficult existential challenges that are often dealt with through self-medication.”A publicist for Madsen declined to comment.Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.Read original story Michael Madsen Sentenced to 4 Days in Jail for DUI At TheWrap
Four women filed suit on Wednesday against the Church of Scientology, alleging they were stalked and intimidated after reporting sexual assault allegations against actor Danny Masterson. The women all claim that Masterson raped or sexually assaulted them in the early 2000s. They reported their allegations to the LAPD in late 2016 and early 2017, and […]
NBC is revamping an ’80s classic with a modern remake of “St. Elmo’s Fire” in the works at the broadcast network, an individual with knowledge of the project tells TheWrap.The hour-long drama has received a script sale at NBC, with Josh Berman set to write and executive produce the potential series. Chris King will also executive produce.Here’s the official logline for the project based on the Brat Pack movie: A modern adaptation of the feature film that showcases a group of close friends struggling with career, commitment and the responsibilities of adulthood.Also Read: Fall TV Premieres: Here's When All Your Favorite Broadcast Shows Will Return (Photos)The series hails from Sony Pictures Television and Berman’s Osprey Productions.Directed by Joel Schumacher, the 1985 film “St. Elmo’s Fire” starred Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy and Mare Winningham. The story centers on a clique of recent Georgetown University graduates as they adjust to post-grad life and the responsibilities of adulthood outside of higher education.Sony TV, whose film arm Columbia Pictures distributed the original flick, previously attempted to reboot the IP back in 2009 with a dramedy series at ABC. That project was set to be executive produced by Schumacher, Topher Grace, Dan Bucatinsky and Jamie Tarses and written by Bucatinsky.Also Read: 22 New Summer TV Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers: From 'BH90210' to 'Bring the Funny' (Updating)If ordered to series at NBC, the “St. Elmo’s Fire” show would be one of several remakes, reboots and revivals to hit the small-screen in recent years, including “Will & Grace,” “Murphy Brown,” “One Day at a Time,” “Charmed,” “BH90210” (Fox’s meta-revival of “Beverly Hills, 90210”) and “The Conners” (the spinoff of the short-lived return of “Roseanne”).Read original story ‘St. Elmo’s Fire’ TV Series in the Works at NBC At TheWrap
"Crazy Rich Asians" star Henry Golding is in early talks to star in Paramount, Skydance and AllSpark's “G.I. Joe” spinoff, “Snake Eyes,” sources tell Variety. "The Captain" director Robert Schwentke is helming and Brian Goldner is producing. Evan Spiliotopoulos, who wrote “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Huntsman: Winter’s War,” penned the script. Snake Eyes […]
Adam Brody talks about his experience on the superhero teamup that never was, George Miller's "Justice League Mortal," and his return to DC Comics in "Shazam!"