“Ingobernable” Season 2 will bring us another 15 episodes, which means we’ll get to see what happens to Emilia (Kate del Castillo), the fictional ex-first lady of Mexico. It also teases that Emilia will have to put up a fight to survive.A specific release date for “Ingobernable” Season 2 hasn’t yet been released, but expect the series to return to Netflix with more next year. In Season 1, Emilia had to go on the run after her husband was assassinated and she became a primary suspect. Posted April 27, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongNetflix is bringing back the Spanish-language series “Ingobernable” (“Ungovernable”) for a second season.The streamer unveiled a video announcement Thursday, promising another round of political drama in 2018. And that was only the beginning.From what we can glean from the new video, Season 2 will be just as intense; the announcement shows scenes of protesters (notably with the number 39 painted on their foreheads), violence, explosions, and general chaos.
There was a mistaken identity and McQueen didn’t look like himself. We talked to Jeff Gordon and he said that, when he was young, he would go really hard but you would wear out your car. So it’s my job to inspire them to do great work and once they do that work I judge it against one thing: Is this helping us tell our story and is it not helping us tell our story? I’m dealing with the best people in the business. That had a profound effect on him. So he could take care of all the technical stuff. If it’s not helping us tell our story yet why is that? There was a Cruz character. But we had to be really careful because our cars are characters. In “Cars 2,” you can easily say you have a little bit of an older McQueen and he’s at the top of his game and at the top of his celebrity. He’d say, “He might have passed me but he’s wearing out his tires and using all of his gas. I came from story but that is still the hardest thing. And age is the most obvious thing. In “Cars 2,” he’s maintaining. I got to sit down with the director at the Sonoma Raceway, a beautiful track in northern California (and a perfect backdrop to talk about all things cars) and he told me about his history with the franchise, the third act to Lightning McQueen’s story, and how Ron Howard’s “Rush” inspired the look of the film.Moviefone: Can you talk about your history with this franchise?Brian Fee: I started on “Cars” as a story assistant. And he [DP Jeremy Lasky] brings a lot to the table. And the young guys would pass him. We talked early on about not wanting any of the races to feel overly conservative. What was the story on the very first version of this movie?Very first version? It was a boy, not a girl. So how do you have that character fall from grace? So I worked with John on “Cars 2” and then worked with him in development of “Cars 3.” I was working on ideas and things and that’s when I was called into John’s office, unexpectedly. Because we were all drawing on paper, so I helped them finish their drawings. By that time I was considered more of a veteran story artist. A lot of the scenes are incredible because of his fantastic work. Fee had been a part of the first two “Cars” films but this was something altogether different; he’d have to wrangle hundreds of artists and animators and take the franchise back to its roots after the sequel threatened to derail the series. Posted April 27, 2017 by Drew TaylorIt’s no secret that Pixar bigwig John Lasseterloves cars, and it’s this love of cars that birthed the first “Cars” film (which he directed) and the sequel (which, after a period of development with another filmmaker, Lasseter ultimately took over and directed). And Cruz was a farmer. That was the beginning. But it was to help them get their work done. And I’ve looked at John as a mentor from day one, even as a story assistant, I was watching how John did it. Think Route 99. And John felt the pride of watching his son receive the award. There was a scene where the sign got tipped upside down. So anytime you go below the nose, because you think low angles are really dramatic, but once it goes below the nose you lose the eyes. I wanted to take what was already done and push it a little bit more.Were you referencing anything, either live-action or animation, when it came to the racing?We looked at a lot of stuff. At the same time I was terrified because I hadn’t directed anything before and I had a lot to learn in a very short amount of time.What was the biggest surprise when making the movie?I wouldn’t say there was a surprise, but the hardest thing was the story. It’s just like, let’s find the right times to push these angles on the characters to emphasize the grittiness of a real race. We know that.”What was your reaction?I was extremely honored they considered me for this; it was an honor they thought I was ready for this. And what that meant was that I helped the real story artists get their work done. He was the hotshot rookie. Everyone is an expert. The pride matched or even surpassed his own experiences of receiving awards. What can we do? There were hints of a mentorship between Lightning and Doc. So it’s really saying something that he was able to let go of his baby, handing the keys to “Cars 3″ over to Brian Fee, a relatively unknown story artist within the much larger Pixar framework. Because he’s a master at it.”Cars 3” opens June 16th. And by that I mean any of the angles. It’s a very extreme thing — the speeds and everything that happens down there. So it was always a balancing act.You’ve talked about how this is the third act of Lightning McQueen’s story. That’s when John told me, not asked, that I was directing “Cars 3.” Ed Catmull was there and he was the one who said, “We realize we’re not asking you. So there were some limitations and tradeoffs. Did he contribute anything story-wise?He contributed a lot, story-wise. McQueen was going through more of a midlife crisis. And try again.I know the studio is now mimicking real lenses in the computer when it comes to photography. It was busy work, really. So there was some really great racing things in there. I really liked that movie “Rush” and how they shot that. That happens with every athlete. But I think a lot of people have that experience. For him, on a personal level, I think the mentorship sank in more. So all I had to do was describe the look. We started looking at — you can’t do everything forever. Everything else was less difficult because I can trust everyone. And I was so excited because these characters were like family to me and I was excited to tell their story. In 10 laps, I’ll pass him.” And 10 laps later, he’d pass them.So the problem was, when those young people passed him and 10 laps later he didn’t pass them, that’s when he realized he’d lost some of the charge he had. So, one day I got the big boy pants and they let me be a story artist. What was your approach to the visuals and what lenses did you use?Having never done anything in live-action, I didn’t know the first thing about lenses, so, luckily, my DP knew everything about lenses. Later in the process, his son won a student Academy Award. But if that’s all you know and that’s your self-worth, how do you deal with the fact that you’ll never be what you once were?These movies obviously go through a thousand iterations. It took place in California, not the south. And the older he got, the more experience he got and he realized he didn’t have to wear out his car. The story supervisor at the time, the late Joe Ranft, I wanted to stay at the company and asked him, “How do I stay here?” And he said, “Make yourself indispensable.” It was the best advice I ever got. Because it was all about doing the very best you can and don’t show it to anybody until it’s the best it can be.I gave myself a very high bar and that helped me become an actual story artist. They would draw the important stuff and I would do the background, which just had to be traced over from drawing to drawing. How would you chart his adventure?In “Cars,” he was the latest greatest; he was the new kid on the scene. It’s weird to be the young green kid and wake up one day and realize that I’m a veteran now. It became: Is this shot about them being a car or a character? We could just get in there and play with the look. But that was bizarre territory and we quickly moved away from that.Obviously, John Lasseter is going to have to retire at some point, just like McQueen. That’s a lot for any filmmaker, much less a first-timer.But if that sounds like a stressful proposition, you wouldn’t be able to tell by talking with Fee. I learned on the job, learned from everybody I could, and worked on “Cars 2” with John Lasseter. And if it’s helping us tell our story, great!
Posted April 27, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongIf you don’t want any spoilers for “Game of Thrones” Season 7, you might need to stay off the internet.Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime “The Kingslayer” Lannister, opened up about spoilers and leaks during an interview for the Build Series Monday, and he basically admitted that the truth is often out there.”Every year there are huge spoilers online where people find out real stuff and they will post it, and you go, ‘Oh my God, they just spoiled the whole season online!'” he said.That might sound bad if you don’t want Westeros’ secrets revealed ahead of time, but you shouldn’t worry too much. He hasn’t admitted anything, of course, but he did throw fuel on the fire by saying that “it might happen, who knows?” Basically, he may add Queenslayer to his resume, but he also might not.The rampant speculation and (possibly true) spoilers are definitely going to continue between now and “Game of Thrones” Season 7’s July 16 premiere, so like Coster-Waldau, we’re just going to roll with it. [via: Huffington Post] Typically, true spoilers get “lost in the shuffle,” the actor says.Coster-Waldau has heard plenty of interesting theories regarding his own character, especially the one that suggests Jaime will kill Cersei (Lena Headey), his twin-slash-lover. Take it from Coster-Waldau, who has learned that leaks aren’t actually a disaster. With how many “spoilers” there are that turn out to be false, it becomes nearly impossible to separate the good intel from the bad.
You’ll have to go somewhere unexpected to see it, though; contrary to what you might expect, the exhibition is launching at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands instead of in the U.K., where the BBC series was filmed.Like the period drama’s six seasons, the exhibition features different time periods and places. The exhibition launches June 17, and those who wish to visit can pre-register for tickets on its official website.[via: Variety] Called “Downton Abbey: The Exhibition,” it gives visitors a chance to view the show’s sets and costumes, not to mention never-before-seen footage. It sounds like fun for any “Downton” die-hard, as long as they can get to Singapore to see it. Posted April 27, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongThe Crawley clan isn’t headed back to TV, but “Downton Abbey” fans can at least look forward to a return (of sorts) to their favorite British estate.NBCUniversal International Studios and Imagine Exhibitions have teamed up on a “Downton Abbey” immersive experience, as they announced Wednesday.
— Taramisue (@TaraTenille08) April 27, 2017Apparantly, Michael Mantenuto died today. to the GOAT Michael Mantenuto also known as Jack O’Callahan from the greatest sports movie of all time #HeBelievedInMiraclespic.twitter.com/DRNAsPYAAR
— Jake (@Jaketoppen2) April 27, 2017I’m legitimately upset to hear of Michael Mantenuto’s passing and will probably watch Miracle tonight 🙁
— Christine Rousselle (@crousselle) April 27, 2017Saddened to hear of Michael Mantenuto’s passing. Posted April 27, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongSad news came Thursday, especially for fans of the 2004 Disney film “Miracle”: One of the stars, Michael Mantenuto, has died at age 35.The actor was found dead in his car by police in Des Moines, Washington, TMZ reports. One of them was 2008’s “Surfer, Dude” with Matthew McConaughey. (@MorganSimonski_) April 27, 2017[via: TMZ] He was a great actor especially in his portrayal of OC in ‘Miracle’ .. pic.twitter.com/kKw7NPauNd
— morgan. He later enlisted in the army and served in the Special Forces.Not surprisingly, the tragic news was met with sadness on social media; fans expressed their grief and paid tribute to the late actor.R.I.P. Olympic hockey team. rip michael mantenuto. He had committed suicide by shooting himself, according to the coroner.In college, Mantenuto played hockey at the University of Maine. His work as Jack O’Callahan was legendary. #RIPMike
— PNHS Meme Team (@Not_Hank_Hill) April 27, 2017@Buccigross one of Cawlidge Hockey’s greats passed today.. pic.twitter.com/dIUcNrDcOF
— Ryan Medellin (@Ryan_Medellin) April 27, 2017Rip Michael Mantenuto 😭 You will always be the cutest hockey player!! He later used those skill in “Miracle,” a film that tells the underdog tale of the legendary 1980 U.S. RIP Michael Mantenuto. His character, Jack O’Callahan, was a key member of the gold medal-winning squad who went on to play in the NHL.Although “Miracle” received a positive reception and even won the 2004 ESPY Award for Best Sports Movie, Mantenuto only starred in three movies over the course of his acting careerl. #miracle
— Rachel Louise Taylor (@Racheltaymusic) April 27, 2017so sad.
Imagine somebody who’s at the bottom of the ocean, who’s never gone diving before, doesn’t know how to clear her air or what any of her equipment does. Most of the time I was shooting, I would be going through my [oxygen] tank in two seconds because I was hyperventilating.””47 Meters Down” opens in theaters June 16. It’s the f—ing most terrifying nightmare on the planet to her. Locals persuade them to go shark cage diving, assuring them it’s completely safe. Posted April 27, 2017 by Kelly WooThe sharks are circling — and Mandy Moore has no way out in the trailer for “47 Meters Down.”Moore plays a woman who goes on a post-breakup vacation to Mexico with her sister (Claire Holt). The sisters will have to find a way back to the surface through the deadly sharks before their air runs out.As the “This Is Us” star told Entertainment Weekly, “The majority of the movie is us completely freaking out. But once they get in the cage, the line breaks and the cage sinks 47 meters down to the ocean floor.And all the while, huge great white sharks — drawn there by blood thrown into the water by the crew — circle and begin snapping at the cage.
All of Hannah’s tapes were played, so that structure can’t be continued. Posted April 27, 2017 by Kelly WooWelcome to more tapes — “13 Reasons Why” is on the verge of getting a second season on Netflix.Deadline reports that the streaming service is close to ordering Season 2 of the adaptation of Jay Asher’s bestselling YA novel. He receives a box of tapes she recorded before her death, with each tape explaining how 13 people were responsible for her death. Another sign that Season 2 is happening? It’s unclear how the premise of “13 Reasons Why” will be extended into a second season. The show starred Dylan Minnette as a high school teen reeling from the suicide of a friend, Hannah (Katherine Langford). Season 2 could focus on the aftermath of the tapes being revealed to her parents — the lawsuit they brought against the school, or a rape trial for Bryce. And the Hollywood Reporter says that a writers room was opened a few weeks ago. Alternatively, the second season could explore Alex’s suicide attempt or the hint that Tyler is planning a school shooting. While the show has been praised for its spotlight on bullying and sexual assault, it has also been criticized for its graphic depiction of suicide. Ross Butler, who plays Ross Butler on “13 Reasons Why,” dropped out of his other acting gig on The CW’s “Riverdale” due to scheduling conflicts.”13 Reasons Why” received mostly positive reviews and has been trending on social media since its debut.
Just saw Johnny Depp on Pirates of the Caribbean @Disneyland !! Crazy!!!!!! “He acted exactly like his character in the movies.”Depp is promoting “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” the fifth installment in the blockbuster franchise. Jack, with the help of Henry Turner — Will and Elizabeth’s son — must track down the Trident of Poseidon to survive. pic.twitter.com/Klc1QyEKzR
— Tommy Williams (@Twiller0) April 27, 2017Just saw #johnnydepp at Disney land! Here are some reactions from Disneyland guests at Depp’s cameo:Life is complete! The movie opens May 26. #PiratesoftheCaribbeanpic.twitter.com/33lLTGmHng
— Patricia (@MissLovelyCuppy) April 27, 2017Johnny Depp Is filming on the pirates ride in Disney land!!!! Posted April 27, 2017 by Kelly WooJack Sparrow was spotted at Disneyland!Guests on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride got a huge surprise when Johnny Depp made an appearance in full Jack Sparrow costume. He spoke lines from the movies as riders watched from their boats.”Everyone was surprised, shocked and excited to see him,” one visitor told E! News. SO AMAZING AHH pic.twitter.com/EaBUIWXsE7
— sam (@smccrackenn) April 27, 2017That Moment I See Daddy At Disneyland ✨😩😩😩 #JohnnyDepppic.twitter.com/0Icxxk7uhx
— eli♡ (@elisa_teee) April 27, 2017 Jack Sparrow is evading his longtime nemesis, Armando Salazar (Javier Bardem), whose Spanish Navy ghost crew is hunting down every pirate at sea.
Posted April 26, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio Long”Alien: Covenant” still hasn’t opened in theaters, but Ridley Scott isn’t making us wait for the “Prometheus” sequel before tackling some of the prior film’s unanswered questions.20th Century Fox unveiled a new short today that serves as a second prologue to “Alien: Covenant.” Called “The Crossing,” it shows what happened to the android David (Michael Fassbender) and Dr. Looking for a remote planet, they’ll end up on what seems to be an uncharted paradise but actually turns out to be a place more like hell. Elizabeth Shaw (Katherine Waterston) after the Prometheus mission took its horrifying turn. Fassbender and Waterston return, and the film also stars Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Demián Bichir, Carmen Ejogo, Amy Seimetz, Jussie Smollett, Callie Hernandez, Nathaniel Dean, Alexander England, and Benjamin Rigby.”Alien: Covenant” hits theaters May 19. Shaw healing David, and the duo heading to (and possibly arriving at) the Engineer’s homeworld.”Alien: Covenant” will pick up after the events of both “Prometheus” and “The Crossing” as a different colony ship, Covenant, travels to the far side of the galaxy. At less than three-minutes-long, the prologue doesn’t reveal all, but it does show Dr.
Sorkin gets praise for making “boring litigation exciting,” to the point that the narrators even calls for another Facebook movie.Of course, there was some criticism as well. Posted April 26, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongScreen Junkies is back with another installment in its Honest Trailers series, and this time, “The Social Network” is in the hot seat.The people behind the film don’t have to worry, though: The video has mostly complimentary feedback. Even though the narrator says the Aaron Sorkin-penned biopic has “the world’s dullest premise,” the reviews are pretty glowing. Namely, in regard to the film’s accuracy — or lack thereof.”If you want to know the real story behind Facebook, watch something else, because they’re bending the truth harder than the news your uncle posts on his wall,” we hear.We’re reminded of the artistic license taken, from Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) looking like an “awkward scowling robot” to his ex-girlfriend who supposedly inspired the site being completely made-up.Watch the full video below.