Posted August 23, 2017 by Kelly WooGeorge R.R. Martin isn’t watching “Game of Thrones,” so no spoilers, guys! He created the damn thing.The author recently told Metro that he is too busy writing and touring to watch the HBO show anymore. About 20 of them have died already, which are quite alive to me and will appear in a new book.”Martin’s fans probably hope he doesn’t get sucked into a binge-watch of the recent seasons; they’ve been waiting over six years for “The Winds of Winter” — which, unfortunately, is still not completed.”I did not start to write slower over the years. wait. He previously wrote one episode of “Game of Thrones” in each of the first four seasons. Age does not add enthusiasm.” But since then, he’s concentrated on finishing “Winds of Winter,” the six novel in his epic fantasy novel series.Also, perhaps Martin doesn’t want to be influenced by events on the show, which have now outpaced his books.”The book series and TV adaptation go their separate ways,” he noted. “In addition, I have not become younger. Oh … “On the screen, characters are killed right and left. I was working on the first book for six years and four years on the second one,” he said.
3″ will play a key role in the future of the MCU.”One of the things I’m doing with creating ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3″ will “be the last movie of this version of Guardians of the Galaxy. 2” in May. And in a Facebook Live Q&A, Gunn revealed that “Vol. 3’ — it will take place after the next two ‘Avengers’ movies — and it will help to set up the next 10, 20 years of Marvel movies,” he explained.”It’s going to really expand the cosmic universe. We’re going to be setting up new characters.”Marvel has been saying for some time that the MCU will change significantly after “Avengers 4.” The next phase will include “Spider-Man 2,” but other than that, the studio hasn’t announced any titles to avoid spoiling the events of the next two “Avengers” movies.Even “Guardians” will see changes, even though it will help set the template for the next two decades of Marvel films.Gunn teased that “Vol. Posted August 23, 2017 by Kelly WooThe fate of the universe rests on the “Guardians of the Galaxy” — the Marvel Cinematic Universe, that is.Director James Gunn is working on the script for third movie in the “Guardians” franchise, following the successful release of “Vol.
on HBO.Want more stuff like this? Watch it Sunday, Aug. Like us on Facebook. 27 at 9 p.m. These come via Watchers in the Wall, which got them from DNA India.The Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) photo, and the one of Queen Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) and Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) at the Dragonpit, were already posted to HBO.com, but the others are new, teasing tension between Jaime and Cersei, while also showing Jaime back with Bronn (Jerome Flynn).Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen) is hopefully coming up with some kind of plan to save his sister Yara, who was captured after Theon literally jumped ship on her when they were ambushed by Uncle Euron.Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) is hopefully working up to some new visions, perhaps even giving us a flashback to the title characters.There are no photos yet of Arya and Littlefinger at Winterfell, or of Jon Snow and Team Dany at the Dragonpit in King’s Landing, but you can certainly see the Dragonpit crew in the Season 7 finale trailer, posted below the photos.Here’s the Season 7 finale trailer:”Game of Thrones” Season 7, Episode 7 will be about 80 minutes long, the longest ever, and it will be the final episode of 2017. Posted August 23, 2017 by Gina CarboneCersei looks mad, Bran looks intense, and Theon looks sorry for all of his life choices in the first photos from the “Game of Thrones” Season 7 finale, Episode 7, “The Dragon and the Wolf.”This first batch of pics is a bit of an early surprise, and HBO will probably release more later.
And when Sophie says she won the Battle of the Bastards, she’s right. Like us on Facebook. 27 at 9 p.m. But I love the fact that the tables do turn back and forth between them; it really is a shifting back and forth of power between them in those scenes we had. 27.Alan Taylor directed Episode 6, “Beyond the Wall,” and talked to the Huffington Post about the Arya/Sansa tension thus far, and where it goes from here:”I think both characters have been through absolute hell since the death of their father in very different ways, and have turned into absolute lethal individuals. I think he likes it. They love each other but they’re so different. There’s all kinds of mixed things going on with Littlefinger and that relationship with Sansa. But he puts himself on the line like a good gambler.”This fool should’ve fled Winterfell the second Bran told him chaos is a ladder. Arya still sees Sansa as a snooty prissy child that she was before she left for King’s Landing. He puts himself in a situation that could backfire on him. With carefully laid plans there’s always a bit of risk involved. They never really got along. No. There’s a big lack of communication. However, actor Aidan Gillen knows his character is walking a fine line, and his plan could “backfire” at any moment. They don’t really talk about what they’ve gone through. It’s like a f*cking horror movie.”You know who’s loving this? on HBO.Want more stuff like this? And now that they’re back together that’s heightened because they’ve gone down totally different paths and have had to adapt to totally different situations to the point where they don’t see on each other’s level. Arya could’ve killed Sansa at any time, but she handed over the dagger that Littlefinger had given Bran, that Bran gave to Sansa. There are powers much greater than his machinations in play here, and he has to know a short-term win here can never be a long-term gain. Would Sansa kill Arya? Here’s what Gillen told EW:”Watching my plan come to fruition is quite something. […] Arya is certainly lethal and sort of threatening, but when Sansa sends Brienne away, who is Arya’s natural protector, something is coming very soon between them, and it will be violent but surprising.”If one of them were really to die, would he drop that spoiler? This whole thing is frustrating — we just wanted a happy Stark family reunion!Sansa actress Sophie Turner is the one who compared this tension to “a f*cking horror movie” in a talk with Entertainment Weekly:”In the books, it says something about how Arya and Sansa are different sides of the same coin. Between Bran’s emo omniscience and Jon Snow eventually returning, what’s his end game?The Season 7 finale airs Sunday, Aug. His plans are never fail safe. Sounds like he just wanted to leave that impression. I love the fact that these two come back, they’re both lethal, and I just wanted to give the impression, as much as possible, that one of them is going to die. Posted August 23, 2017 by Gina CarboneThe “f*cking horror movie” playing out between Arya Stark, Sansa Stark, and Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish will climax in the “Game of Thrones” Season 7 finale.While most of the main “Game of Thrones” characters gather in King’s Landing for that White Walker summit, the Stark sisters will be at Winterfell climbing the ladder of Littlefinger’s chaos.The Episode 7 finale, titled “The Dragon and the Wolf,” airs in a supersized episode this Sunday, Aug. There’s this underlying tension. We’re very aware of how lethal Arya is, because she’s displayed it over and over again. But you’re not sure which one. So watching her grow in stature is quite enjoyable. They never really had that communication before, and now when it’s vital to do they don’t have that and can’t understand each other. Littlefinger.
Like us on Facebook. We wouldn’t mind.Downey and Favreau both had sizable roles opposite Tom Holland in “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” and (SPOILER ALERT) the ending also featured a cameo from Paltrow in the long-awaited return of Tony’s better half. Even if it’s a throwback to earlier this year, they could still all be in “Avengers 4” together. (Tony Stark/Iron Man), Gwyneth Paltrow (Pepper Potts), and Jon Favreau (Happy Hogan) got this whole Marvel Cinematic Universe party started in 2008, and both Downey and Favreau shared the same adorkable photo of the “Infinity Trinity” in Atlanta for “Avengers: Infinity War,” which opens in 2018:Infinity Trinity … (@robertdowneyjr) on Aug 22, 2017 at 6:08pm PDTInfinity Trinity #infinitywarpic.twitter.com/UgacQzUlKp
— Jon Favreau (@Jon_Favreau) August 23, 2017Look at that goofball. “Avengers 4” is now filming for its May 3, 2019 release.Want more stuff like this? Posted August 23, 2017 by Gina CarboneThe “Trinity” that started it all in “Iron Man” will return 10 years later for the next “Avengers” movie (and maybe the one after that, too).Robert Downey Jr. Will there even be time for that kind of lightness with the universe at stake, and so many dozens of characters to navigate?”Avengers: Infinity War” opens May 4th, 2018. #infinitywar 📸and street cred @jimmy_rich represent @marvelstudios and @therealstanlee …A post shared by Robert Downey Jr. “Avengers 3,” titled “Avengers: Infinity War,” has already finished filming, so why share that photo now? Will Tony and Pepper be engaged in “Infinity War”? “Avengers 4” is now filming in Atlanta, so either this is for “Avengers 4” and they’re just calling it “Infinity War” (Marvel originally called the two movies Infinity War Part 1 and Part 2) or this is a throwback to “Infinity War” filming.
Everybody loves him. It’s a goofy, funny, bloody blast. You don’t even know if he’s going to survive the next five minutes after the movie ends.And I’m so proud of the ending of this film. There’s no precedent for a glam rock demon working in a movie before this. I don’t know what it was.But I did hear that, in some earlier versions, Warner Bros. The only thing we knew we couldn’t do really well was the facial expressions — the mouth, the eyes, and stuff. (And it’ll also be his last movie for a while; his next feature is “Godzilla vs. But it probably wouldn’t have been that. In this version, Light (Nat Wolff) is a pouty Seattle teen and Ryuk is now a creepy, porcupine-y weirdo with the voice of Willem Dafoe. He’s the modern king of the midnight movie and “Death Note” is another wonderful addition to his resume. I’d kind of gotten out of anime by the mid-2000s or I wasn’t keeping up with it as much. So with the movie trying to figure out what part of this were we taking from? And the first time they watched the film they specifically talked about how much they loved that chase scene, which was really surprising but cool.Was there one aspect that was particularly hard to figure out in the adaptation?Yeah, I would say that the whole thing was particularly challenging, just in terms of trying to encapsulate the story. Ultimately, it was pretty clear early on that trying to summarize the whole thing into one movie would be a diluted mess, especially because “Death Note” goes through so many crazy things as the series goes and all of the crazy characters who show up later. It’s a very topical thing, it deals with a lot of interesting themes about good and evil and the grey area in-between. What are the differences? Kong” next and that’s a solid two and a half years. At the very least there’s not a terrible hurry. They understood what we were doing. Some spoilers follow.Moviefone: In the press notes, it says that your brother was the first person to introduce “Death Note” to you. But these things, you never know. Gus Van Sant, I think, was the last director before me who was attached, which is surreal. It’s also proof that the summer movie season hasn’t lost momentum, it’s just moved into your television set.I was lucky enough to talk to “Death Note” director Adam Wingard, who is one of the most talented genre filmmakers working today, having already made “The Guest,” “You’re Next,” and last year’s underrated “Blair Witch” reboot. As someone who has never seen anything “Death Note”-related before this, I can tell you that it’s an obscene amount of fun. They had tried versions when they had tried to cut him out of the movie. But “Death Note” itself is an interesting property. So we’ll see if everything goes well and Netflix orders more, we’ll see if timing works out and what their ideas are. So this was a fun way to return to form on that, to approach it with a different eye. How does that change the backgrounds of the characters? We were preparing to do that anyway at Warner Bros. And sometimes that was all you need.”Death Note” premieres on Netflix this Friday. But this is all stuff based on real or perceived as real things that are going on beneath the surface here. So my approach to this was keeping that in mind. They said, “Yeah I keep telling them the script would be perfect, you’ve just got to get rid of Ryuk.” I said, “What are you talking about?” It’s ridiculous now when you look back on it because Ryuk is the main selling point of the movie, in terms of marketing. It still needed a lot of work once I came on but it didn’t feel like I needed to go back. But I think what this film is setting up is that this character is going to go in a downward spiral to see a character go through that over the course of a couple of movies would be super fascinating to watch, especially since we end this in a place where he’s totally wrecked.That’s true! That was the whole thing with this one, What happens to “Death Note” when you set it in Seattle, Washington? We were able to light the character with confidence, because even if he’s in silhouette you’d see his eyes. There are so many different tonal things that we could have done with it and avenues to take. How often do you see a comic book movie where all of the heroes are totally f*cked?I was going to ask if you’d be interesting in directing future movies in the franchise.I’d absolutely love to. I’d love to have seen if his version was just Light and Ryuk walking through the desert for an hour and a half like “Gerry.” That’d have been the best movie ever. It allowed us to get Willem Dafoe and give him a really cool platform. That’s really what drew my awareness. “Gerry” is one of my favorite movies. Considering that, in addition to the manga, there have been animated series and movies in Japan.Yeah, I think there’s even a musical I heard about. This is really an exploration of taking a different approach to “Death Note.” The creators were always fully behind us on that. Posted August 23, 2017 by Drew TaylorIn Japan, “Death Note” is something of a phenomenon.It began as a manga (comic book series) by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, first published between December 2003 and May 2006, it is the tale of a young man named Light who gets gifted a book that will allow you to control life and death simply by writing inside of it. Even as we were leaving Warner Bros., there were still some junior executives there who came up to me and they were totally serious and said it in a way that made it seem like I’d agree with them. They just wanted to make sure that Ryuk was the right size but for the most part they gave us free reign to do it. It’s one of those things that’s been fully explored and fully translated and adapted in very specific ways to the original source material. They were all things I wanted to do.Can you talk about bringing the demon to life? That’s what enlightened me to “Death Note” specifically, but if you had asked me in high school what my favorite film was, I’d have told you “Ninja Scroll.” That was one of my main obsessions growing up. was nervous about Ryuk in general in the film. The manga series was never designed as a movie; it was very much a serialized thing. So we looked at this as an origin story with the idea that there are potentially two more films, at least that’s how I pitched it to Netflix, to continue the story. I think for the next chapter Light should be a couple of years older anyways. When Netflix picked it up, I convinced them to hire my writer. I was actively working and knew there were a whole lot of notes of what I wanted to do in terms of another draft. I think they liked it for that reason.Even though “Death Note,” for instance, isn’t associated with any kind of action, and this film is by no means an action film, we do have a really cool chase sequence at the end of the movie. (The fact that it’s given to him by a spiky demon name Ryuk should tip you off to the moral nebulousness of this proposition.) The original manga would inspire everything from a long-running animated series to several live-action films to a Broadway-style musical but it hasn’t reached western audiences … At the very least, I want to be involved in the writing process of it. I think Light’s character starts in a much more altruistic place than he does in the manga. My brother had mentioned the project to me years before I got the script sent to me. There was never a mandated change of any kind from Netflix. Because it felt like this script was going in the right direction. That’s probably because I come from a low-budget indie background, and I’m so traumatized by the idea of having bad VFX in my movies.On those other films, when you can’t afford it you just don’t do VFX because there’s no assurance that it won’t look schlocky. Kong.”)During our conversation we talked about what drew him to the property, what challenges were involved in adapting the material, if anything changed when the production moved from Warner Bros to Netflix and whether or not he’d be back for more installments. Being able to explore that in a way that allowed me to create an ultimate genre mash-up at the same time is a chance that is irresistible.Was it hard to find new stuff to do with the property? But it also plays as a closed loop as well.I think this film says everything it needs to say but there are a lot of explorations to do with the characters. Because they’d spent so long working on all of these different versions, the producers never offered it up and I never asked honestly. They were perfectly happy to pick up where we were and shoot that version but the changes were all self imposed. [Laughs]Did anything change when you moved from Warner Bros. That was another offer I couldn’t refuse. It was about keeping him in front of the camera as much as we can. until now.The live-action American remake of “Death Note” will premiere on Netflix this Friday and introduce an entirely new audience to something genuinely beloved in other parts of the world. But what made you want to take it on as a filmmaker?Adam Wingard: I’ve always had a fascination with anime in general. Because it seems like it was a combination of a character on set plus motion capture for the face.I think my process was in response to the approach of the Japanese live-action films, where he was a much more fully realized CGI character. As you probably know, I’m doing “Godzilla vs. Tonally, it fluctuates between bloody horror and arch comedy (and everywhere in between). L is now part of this clandestine mind control background, which is a much more ominous place than where he came from. But even the actor on set was wearing these LED glasses that would represent where Ryuk’s eyes are. I’d like to pick him up a little bit more down the line and see how he’s developing and what everybody’s been up to and all that kind of stuff.Not only have their been countless iterations of this property in Japan, but an American adaptation has been worked on for so long.Yeah, that’s true.Did you look at any of those earlier versions, like the Shane Black draft he’d submitted at Warner Bros?No, I didn’t. I talked to people about it. I really wanted to do something where he felt more tangible — he was on set and interacting with the other actors and the lighting and all that stuff. to Netflix?We picked up where we left off.
I’ve just completed this movie and there’s all this excitement around it and then Joel introduces me to Clint. You know, he’s looking at me and I think he said this could work. It was me and Teri Hatcher, it was a low budget movie, I did it and I was happy with the performance. Says, “Robert is the guy that kicks the living crap out of Arnold Schwarzenegger in ‘T2.'”Clint stuck out his hand, he looked at me and he shook my hand, he went, “Well, that’s certainly a … His charisma was infectious, just like it is with everybody. Rob Lieberman was like, “I don’t believe that’s the guy from ‘T2’ — that’s not the same guy that played the Terminator. You know, I just can’t wait for people to see it. It’s kind of like you’re introduced to the world as a bad guy — “Is that the only way people are going to see me? A horrible, horrible story.Ironically enough, because it’s such a brother story, my real-life brother composed the music, and he was the former guitarist of Nine Inch Nails, went on to become a platinum, multi-platinum recording artist himself with a band called Filter. It resonated with me on so many different levels. No, that’s a different guy!” “No, that is me.” “That’s you?” So things started rolling. The character’s iconic, the actor’s not. It’s a story of a father who raised three boys while he was locked up in prison on double murder charges — two life sentences for a murder — and of his domineering personality, of his charisma, of using his own boys to break out of prison, their love and loyalty that he develops from prison, with the help of his god-fearing wife played by Heather Graham.And then once they break him out, the betrayal by my own brother of not providing me with the things that he was supposed to provide me with to allow me to escape to Mexico according to my plan. How can it be that I get such a great opportunity but then no one wants to hire me, I mean, I did the job too well? It was like a year and a half before I could get some work. I don’t know.”So, on the one hand, I couldn’t walk around anywhere without people recognizing me, on the other hand they had no idea who I was. I was on unemployment. I think he did a beautiful job with the music. Still hadn’t read the script.There were no sides [of dialogue] or anything, it was just, “Let me see you move,” and I did all this stuff and it’s essentially what you see in the film, funny enough, so my instincts were right. Arnold Schwarzenegger is an amazing, amazing American success story. Tell me about the upside of having an early role like that be so huge, and tell me where you pushed against it and tried to like not just be pigeon-holed into doing that over and over again.I’m going to give you a big answer, from a philosophical point of view as a 58-year-old man who looks back in time and says, “What was it like?” It’s interesting because I was a total unknown, then all of a sudden I’m known — but I’m not known, the character’s known. All these successes, all these wonderful things that he’s done. What have I got to do?”I gained some weight and I grew my hair long and I kind of got depressed about it. It just motivated me to do better.Your character in “T2” became almost instantly iconic, and I’m sure that it changed your life and changed your career. I am a monster. It’s very compelling. Just, you know, trying to wrap my head around it.I was just having moments where I was sitting there going, “Oh my God, Terminator — Jesus Christ. I had done “Die Hard 2,” it was coming out and I was just trying to maintain a positive attitude and hope that something great was going to fall in my lap.And all of a sudden I got a call from my agent saying, “Listen, you’re going over to James Cameron’s production office and you’re going to meet [casting director] Mali Finn and all we know is, is that they’re looking for an intense presence. How can that be? Here I am, this big-eared kid — well, I was a 30-year-old man, but I’m green as green. I love the comedic aspects of it. You can do this.” I literally walked into Jim’s office after reading it and I set it down on his desk and he took his glasses down, he looked up at me and he said, “Yes?” “I can do this.” He said, “Robert, that’s why you’re here.” There we go. I can’t wait for people to see it, and it is very disturbing. You’re going to go toe-to-toe with him in his most famous role.It was not lost on me, the importance. They were saying, “Okay, now, we want you to create this intense presence, you’re this killer. He came in from Austria. Will they ever see me, because I could be a love interest. God knows when you watch the news right now, if we need anything right now, we just need some fun and some entertainment.You’ve played many good guys like since “T2,” but it looks like you’ve got another epic bad guy coming up in a movie we’re going to see next month, “Last Rampage.” Tell me a little bit about finding a new big-screen bad guy persona.Well, this is probably the darkest character I’ve ever played in my life. That’s not me. I really wanted it to work for him as much as I did for me. It was disturbing to me when I watched it. I love the chemistry of the cast. How did this happen? People weren’t going to hire me. formidable task.” It just so struck me because here’s one of my screen idols and I’m meeting him and the way he put it, it was just awesome.You’re an unknown guy, you’re going against a No. What was happening in your life?Robert Patrick: Oh, I was just a broke actor doing an Equity-waiver play over on the Santa Monica Pier. It’s just, it’s fun. Clint Eastwood. There’s more to me than that. I’m so, so thrilled to be on “Scorpion” and I love making it. In the ’90s, he had a big song, “Hey Man, Nice Shot, Take a Picture”. So it’s weird. You go out there and fight for whatever you can and hopefully, you know, the chips fall where they can.Now, as I look back, I’ve had a really, really good run. I essentially looked like Arnold Schwarzenegger did in the movie, I was wearing black jeans, black t-shirt and a biker jacket from the 1950s, like the one Marlon Brando wore in “The Wild One.” I went in there, and they wanted this intense presence. 1 guy, and he’s a guy you admired your whole life. [Producer] Cassian Elwes actually cast me in a movie, “The Cool Surface,” and I had long hair. I followed his body building career. I’m excited for people to hear it. I’ve had some wonderful movies, and some wonderful opportunities, and I’ve worked with some great people. We were off and running, baby.It’s no small feat to play an adversary equal to Arnold Schwarzenegger at that moment in time, at the height of his movie stardom. It was right before I hook onto the back of the car and all this kind of stuff. They had a physical idea of what they wanted the guy to look like, and my agent told them that I was a cross between David Bowie and James Dean — that’s how he described me.I walked in wearing all black. What was the fun of creating that relationship with Arnold onscreen, and also the relationship you had with Arnold when the cameras weren’t rolling?I’m going to tell you a funny story: when the movie was done, Arnold invited me to an art thing, a wonderful event, and Joel Kramer, the stunt coordinator from “T2″ brought me over to meet Mr. I could do this …” You kind of battle yourself and go, “How do I create an opportunity in another way?” So I don’t want that to sound like I’m not grateful, because I am hugely grateful and I know the only reason you’re talking to me is because of that movie. I wanted to be an equal, if not more powerful adversary. It was like the only thing I was getting offered was, “Go play another robot, or go play another you know cyborg.” And I was like, “I can’t do that.”I remember I got a Budweiser commercial offered — to sell Budweiser as T-1000. Art movies, and exploitation-type films. I did this one trick with him, where he put the camera behind me and it was back of my head, and I snapped around and looked right down the barrel of the camera as intensely as possible. You can’t take it too serious — it’s just pure entertainment. He broke his leg, so he physically couldn’t do it. You try to get a good studio film here and there, and you do your battle as an actor. It’s very, it’s so complex — of family loyalty, betrayal, you know. That’s not who I am. He’s a bigger-than-life guy. I go on this rampage where seven people are murdered. It created a vacuum then, they needed to recast him. Every day going to work is fun. I look for something I can really sink my teeth into and take me into a whole other direction, and this just fell together.God I’m really, really proud of the movie. And I guess that’s the thing that Jim most reacted to, and he went, “Wow, that’s pretty intense!”I think that audition perked his interest and the way I looked, I was real lean and I had those big ole ears. 25 (followed by 3D and 4K home video editions due in October), Patrick joined Moviefone to reminisce about the role that launched (and still, in many ways, defines his prolific Hollywood career), including fond memories of James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger and a candid reflection on having to step out of the shadow of the larger-than-life role — as well as enjoying his good guy role on “Scorpion” while readying to release his new film “Last Rampage,” which he suggests may be his scariest bad guy since his Terminator days.Moviefone: Tell me what life was like when the movie first kind of tripped your radar and you were going in to audition for it. My wife was working three jobs. Everything that’s come after is a result, but you know, it has its challenges.One of those results is “Scorpion.” As you’re coming into a new season, what’s been kind of exciting and challenging to continue to be a part of that series?Oh, I love being a part of this series! How did I get here?” The pressure was mounting and I thought, “Oh God, Jesus, don’t choke. We have a really, really unique chemistry. That’s kind of how I approached it.Now, he was very forthcoming with you know, “Atta boys,” and pats on the back, and in one particular sequence I remember running out of the Pescadero State Prison and I was running through the parking lot. So when I’d walk into an office to get another job, it wasn’t happening. It’s a wonderful thing, it’s certainly something that I’m really thrilled to be doing right now. You’re a sense-aware kind of a being, and let’s see you move around.”So I fell back into some actor trick-y kind of things, and started thinking like, “How do I do that?” All right, so I start thinking about the animal kingdom and I start thinking about bugs, and I was thinking like cats and predators and eagles and sharks, and how do they move? The grind of TV is a challenge in itself, but I love it. Total juxtaposition from what you do for the majority of the year. Posted August 23, 2017 by Scott HuverRobert Patrick has played nearly 150 different roles in film and television since 1991 — including high-profile turns in “The X-Files,” “The Sopranos,” “True Blood,” “Walk the Line,” “Spy Kids,” and his current hit TV series “Scorpion” — but none of them have been as enduring and instantly iconic as his breakthrough performance as the T-1000 in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.”With audiences getting a chance to revisit “T2” in a new 3D release hitting AMC Theaters on Aug. He was, very impressed with my commitment and very, very forthcoming with appreciation for that. It was a big deal to me. He’s watching me do this sprint, he’s watching me do this stuff over and over and over, seeing me jump and dive and roll and all this crap, and I see the big thumbs up coming from the car. I slowed everything down and I started moving and I just started moving around, trying to convey that.He videoed it and I could tell he was pretty excited about it. It was a big deal. This series has so many challenges for me. I’m so grateful for the success. It’s all about me trying to get my freedom.When you go on hiatus from the show that you do 10 months out of the year, where you’re playing a good guy, you got the heart of gold, and you’re a good guy that leads a team of geniuses and takes care of them. Mali sat down and I started trying to figure out, “Well, how do I create this intense presence?” So I just decided I was going to try to kill her with my blue eyes.I started staring at her, and she looked away, and she looked back and she said, “Oh — whatever you’re doing right there, I want to get that on film.” They took me and they, Steve Quail, who’s now a director, was Jim Cameron’s assistant at the time — he got a video camera and they started filming me. This is so close. He does one of his first film compositions. You only get access to material after other people that are up on the food chain that are bigger and more powerful pass on it — they get access to the quality stuff and you got to kind of sift through there and find what you can and make a living as an actor. I did that movie for Paramount, for Rob Lieberman, “Fire in the Sky,” and things started rolling.You’re an actor, you’re trying to make a living, you only have access to material that people are going to provide you. All the way through the movie I didn’t want to let Jim down, I didn’t want to let Arnold down. What was that whole process like?Well, it’s funny, but I find all this out: Billy Idol was originally cast in the T-1000 role, but he had a motorcycle accident. He’s rough around the edges. Good luck.”You had some good luck! It’s a true story. How was the audition? So I would do some direct-to-video movies, and what I would call art movies. It’s hard to explain — we’re all so uniquely different and the writers have really found a way to write for us.I just love my role of a curmudgeonly old guy that still gets in there and fights for his kids and has values, and he’s got a heart of gold. It’s just a performance. What the f*ck?”Then I got a movie. What I did on those audition days was essentially what they were looking for and the next day they called me and said, “We’re going to let you read the script, you’re going to do a screen test in the cop uniform.” It took me, like, five hours to read the script. I wanted him to look good. And I said, “I can’t do that. It’s great fun and you enjoy it, then you get this free time where you try to fill it creatively with something completely at the opposite end of the spectrum. I came back, I got a call that night, they said, “Jim saw your video and wants you to come in and work with him.” I went in and worked with him and he was just great because he was like in this creative free for all of him throwing out all these ideas. And I thought to myself, “God, is this a f*cking fluke? I walked into [director] Rob Lieberman, and I auditioned for “Fire in the Sky,” I got that role. “Who is that guy that played that part?
😍💍👏🏻 Forever ship #Kiles! Now come home so we can celebrate 😘 @keleigh_sperryA post shared by Christie Sperry York (@christieyork) on Aug 21, 2017 at 5:59pm PDTHere are more photos of the big moment:
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— Miles Teller News (@MilesTellerNews) August 22, 2017Miles Teller’s Fiancee Is Engaged To A Lion pic.twitter.com/kulwbdvJ2g
— Anna Silman (@annaesilman) August 22, 2017
Here’s another close-up of the ring, along with commentary from one of Teller’s distraught fans:Well Miles Teller is engaged there goes my life I had planned out pic.twitter.com/d4pED1JbEu
— alaina porth (@alainaporth) August 22, 2017
There are actually several comments like that on Instagram and Twitter:
When you find out Miles Teller is engaged… pic.twitter.com/v80TNkjOLu
— Mary Kate (@MaryKateAdams10) August 22, 2017How can Miles Teller be sure his new Fiancé is “the one”, he hasn’t even met me yet? This is a horrible Tuesday
— Court Helm (@courttaylorh23) August 22, 2017Well, congrats to Keleigh, anyway, and condolences to Teller’s fans.Teller’s next film, “Thank You For Your Service,” comes out October 27th.Want more stuff like this? Can’t believe the last Sperry girl is engaged! — Lexy Fogarty (@hiddemwthtlex) August 22, 2017Miles Teller is engaged and I am lost
— Samantha (@samcapelll) August 22, 2017Miles Teller got engaged and my irrational plan to marry him and carry his children are now destroyed. Posted August 22, 2017 by Gina Carbone”Whiplash” star Miles Teller is officially off the market, as revealed in beautiful engagement shots photobombed by elephants and a lion.Teller and girlfriend Keleigh Sperry have been together since 2013, but Page Six says they waited until after Sperry’s sister was married in July to make their own big announcement, so as not to upstage her.Sperry’s sister, Christie York, posted the swanky-looking engagement photos, revealing the proposal happened while Teller and Sperry were on an African safari:These two got engaged while on an African Safari over the weekend!! Love both of you guys to pieces and so incredibly happy for this new chapter in your love story!
Like us on Facebook. would that work?Meanwhile, Nikki Bella got engaged to her boyfriend of nearly five years, actor John Cena, in April when he proposed on live TV at WrestleMania 33.Sealed with a kiss, @JohnCena and Nikki @BellaTwins are getting MARRIED! 18 on ABC.Want more stuff like this? Fans may also see an attempt to fool their DWTS pro partner with a switcheroo, although … Only at #WrestleMania… pic.twitter.com/hr4naKKqTU
— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 3, 2017DWTS may have marriage on its mind in general, with two DWTS pro dancers and a judge recently getting married on the same day, and two other DWTS pros getting engaged to each other on last fall’s Season 23.More “Dancing With the Stars” Season 25 cast members will be revealed in the coming weeks. DWTS Season 25 premieres Monday, Sept. And last night I became the luckiest man on the planet when she said #ido ❤️A post shared by Drew Scott (@mrdrewscott) on Dec 14, 2016 at 3:50am PSTDrew and his twin brother Jonathan have starred on the popular “Property Brothers” — which has led to several spinoffs — since 2011. Posted August 22, 2017 by Gina CarboneThe first contestants cast for the Fall 2017 “Dancing With the Stars” Season 25 have at least two things in common: 1) They are both reality TV stars, and 2) They are both planning weddings.According to Entertainment Tonight, Drew Scott of HGTV’s “Property Brothers” is joining the cast, and People added that WWE wrestler Nikki Bella, star of E!’s “Total Divas” and “Total Bellas,” will also be competing.Drew got engaged to longtime girlfriend Linda Phan in December.From the first moment I met Linda, back in 2010, I knew she was special. So we can expect to see Jonathan in the audience, at the very least, if not also in rehearsals for some friendly trash-talk.
Like us on Facebook. 27 at 9 p.m. on HBO.Want more stuff like this? Now Arya and Sansa are tense to the point of death threats. We can only expect the tension to get thicker in the “Game of Thrones” Season 7 finale, which airs this Sunday, Aug. Posted August 22, 2017 by Gina CarboneIf only the Stark sisters got along this well on “Game of Thrones” Season 7.This priceless video has an entire sequence with GoT stars Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) and Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) shouting “Becky, Becky, BECKY, look at her butt!” in Sean Bean’s Ned Stark accent.The Ned Stark version of Sir Mix-a-Lot comes after Turner’s surprisingly good Ned Stark version of “Hakuna Matata” from “The Lion King.”It’s all part of “Carpool: Karaoke: The Series,” an off-shoot of the popular segments on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” This 3-minute video is an extended preview of the GoT BFFs’ episode, which fans can watch in full tonight at http://applemusic.com/carpoolkaraoke.Watch the preview:At least Ned’s daughters are close in real life.On Season 7, Arya just came back to Winterfell and her reunion with Sansa was less than warm.
And, of course, there’s still the grief from Dany losing one of her children, a literal dragon. (ET/PT) on HBO. 27 at 9 p.m. Does anyone really think she’s going into that White Walker meeting with an open mind?Also, don’t forget that the tantalizing quote from the second GoT Season 7 trailer has yet to be spoken — Sansa Stark saying, “When the snows fall, and the white winds blow, the lone wolf dies, but the pack survives.”This is the only episode left for that particular quote to be spoken, and it’s not exactly a great time for it, since Sansa and Arya are in a tense standoff at Winterfell, thanks to the chaos of Littlefinger.So instead of just seeing “The Dragon and the Wolf” as about Dany + Jon, we have to expect Rhaegar + Lyanna to get involved in the Season 7 finale, and also learn the context of Sansa’s mysterious (although book-rooted) trailer quote. Maybe Sam is going to somehow catch up to what Gilly said back at the Citadel about Rhaegar annulling his marriage to Elia Martell and marrying Lyanna.There’s also still another level to consider. You’re right. Posted August 22, 2017 by Gina CarboneThere’s the obvious meaning, then several layers of hidden meaning, to the “Game of Thrones” Season 7 finale title.HBO just revealed the Episode 7 title themselves — sending out a super-brief press release — along with the exact running time:The final episode of GAMES OF THRONES’ current season is titled “The Dragon and the Wolf,” and debuts this SUNDAY, AUG. Please no!The GoT Season 7 finale airs Sunday, Aug. 27 at 9:00 p.m. The total running time is 79 minutes, 43 seconds.It was already revealed that the finale would be the longest-ever episode at 80 minutes, but HBO wants you to know it down to the second.But that title. But think bigger. Maybe Bran Stark is about to have another vision. Pre-production has already started on the final Season 8, whose six episodes start filming in October, for a premiere whenever HBO feels like scheduling it.Want more stuff like this? He’s half-Wolf, and half-Dragon, as Drogon could tell you by now.And maybe someone else is about to tell us, or even show us?*POTENTIAL SPOILERS AHEAD*We’ve been expecting Rhaegar Targaryen to make a flashback appearance in Season 7, and this would be the only time left. Like us on Facebook. Perhaps it’s time for us to get a glimpse of the love story of The Dragon and the Wolf, even as we see their son falling in love with a Dragon himself. on HBO. Perhaps this title is more about R+L than anyone? The wolf in sheep’s clothing. On that chilling note, what if the title follows that dark direction, and the loss of a dragon is followed by a loss of one of the only direwolves left? Cersei Lannister? “The Dragon and the Wolf.” You’re thinking Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow. Jon is the Dragon and the Wolf, child of Dragon Rhaegar Targaryen and Wolf Lyanna Stark.
We’ll have to wait for that, and wait for intel on this new tat, if it is indeed for a movie role.”Avengers: Infinity War” opens May 4th, 2018. Like us on Facebook. Posted August 22, 2017 by Gina CarboneJust call her The Girl With the Mystery Tattoo.It’s not clear yet whether Scarlett Johansson’s new back ink is for “Avengers 4,” another movie, or just herself. Now the crew is filming “Avengers 4,” and we don’t know much about what’s going on with Black Widow, other than noticing that her hair is very different in “Infinity War.” Maybe she’s going for a new look in “Avengers 4,” too?Here’s some Black Widow chatter from ScreenRant:”Johansson’s role in The Avengers 4 has been a hot topic of discussion over the past few weeks amongst fans, following reports that Black Widow and the Yakuza will share a scene together at some point in the film, during its highly-discussed sequence set in Tokyo, Japan. “Avengers 4” is scheduled for release May 3, 2019.Want more stuff like this? It’s only really relevant to us if it’s for a role, especially if that role is Black Widow.Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” finished filming just before that tantalizing footage played at D23. Now, set photos courtesy of E! She does have tattoos of her own, including a smaller one on her back, but new photos show a much larger, more sprawling tattoo (or series of tats) reaching up to her right shoulder.The photos were snapped Monday in Atlanta while Johansson was reportedly exiting her trailer on the set of “Avengers 4”:#ScarlettJohansson new photo of Scarlett Johansson,set on Avengers 4 https://t.co/86wdGfQpvN tattoo of Scarlett❤ pic.twitter.com/1LrkiXfE7m
— Lorenzo Cortiana (@LorenzoCortiana) August 22, 2017If this is just for herself, good for her. Online have formally revealed that Johansson is on The Avengers 4 Japan set. Other reports have claimed that Johansson’s Black Widow and Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton/Hawkeye are together on the set, along with two of the film’s villains.”By the way, there is an official title for “Avengers 4,” but it’s too spoilery to reveal at this point. While she’s not in her Black Widow costume in the photos, it is worth noting that she has arrived just following the construction of an elaborate Japan set for the film.
“Also, out of respect for the character of Donna — and certainly the way that Erinn Hayes portrayed her — it seemed like the only right and fair way to treat her character.”We’re not entirely sure Hayes would agree with calling the situation “right” or “fair.” But the actress has so far stayed relatively mum on the subject, tweeting her thanks to fans for their support back in June. She’s since booked the lead on an upcoming Amazon series, “The Dangerous Book for Boys.”CBS execs confirmed Donna’s upcoming demise during a panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour earlier this month, noting that the event would be handled “with dignity and respect.” Season two of “Kevin Can Wait” debuts on September 25.[via: TVLine] According to Long, Donna’s death will drive the plot for season two of the sitcom, and there way no way around that sad storyline with the new vision for the show.”The goal was to give Kevin’s character a real drive and a real predicament [involving] how a family comes back together [after tragedy],” Long told TVLine. Now, one of the show’s producers is defending that turn of events, as well as the shocking decision to have Hayes’s character, Donna, killed off, rather than just written out of the show.In an interview with TVLine, “Kevin” executive producer Rob Long explained that killing off Donna was meant as a show of respect to Hayes, who played the titular character’s wife. Posted August 22, 2017 by Katie RobertsEarlier this summer, actress Erinn Hayes was fired from CBS sitcom “Kevin Can Wait” after star Kevin James’s former “King of Queens” costar, Leah Remini, joined the cast for its upcoming second season.
“‘All Stars’ represent the best of the breasts, legs, and thighs. Posted August 22, 2017 by Katie RobertsThe queens from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” will sashay another day, with VH1 ordering a third season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars,” as well as another season of companion series “Untucked.””The world is calling out to see more of these beautiful queens and I am going to give them every bit of it they can handle,” said executive producer and host RuPaul in a statement to Variety. It will debut following the 10th season premiere of the flagship “Drag Race” series, set for sometime in the spring of 2018.”All Stars” doesn’t have a return date yet for season three, but is expected back in early 2018.[via: Variety] They are giving everything and you’re not going to want to miss it!”According to Variety, producers have been pleased with the show’s transition to new home VH1 (“Drag Race” originally debuted on Logo before jumping over to sister network VH1 for the season nine premiere earlier this year), and are looking to expand its fan base even further with the continuation of “All Stars,” reintroducing existing fans to favorite former contestants, while also winning over a legion of new devotees.”The massive swell of new and longtime fans of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ is nothing short of incredible,” said Pamela Post, senior VP original programming and development at VH1, in a statement to Variety. “We are motivated now more than ever to ensure ‘Drag Race’ remains a shining example of inclusion and community, as well as fierce fashions and legendary lip-syncs.”In addition to “All Stars,” after show “RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked” will also be back, returning to the airwaves after a stint as an online-only offering.
Taylor doesn’t mind fans checking the math. “It’s cool that the show is so important to so many people that it’s being scrutinized so thoroughly.” Posted August 22, 2017 by Kelly WooMany “Game of Thrones” fans have been a bit perturbed this season by the apparent discovery of teleportation in Westeros, with characters jumping across the continent in the blink of an eye, and Sunday’s episode seemed egregiously fast.In what felt like a few hours, Jon and his Fellowship of the Wight had trekked north of the Wall, a zombie polar bear attacked, the Night King’s army found them, Gendry ran back to the Wall for help, a raven flew to Dragonstone to deliver that message, and Daenerys arrived with her dragons.Alan Taylor, who directed “Beyond the Wall,” admitted the timing is “a little bit hazy.””We tried to hedge it a little bit with the eternal twilight up there north of The Wall,” he told Variety. “I think there was some effort to fudge the timeline a little bit by not declaring exactly how long we were there.”He was aware that fans would take issue with Gendry becoming a track star and what seems to be the fastest raven in Westeros.”They seemed to be very concerned about how fast a raven can fly but there’s a thing called plausible impossibilities, which is what you try to achieve, rather than impossible plausibilities,” he explained. “So I think we were straining plausibility a little bit, but I hope the story’s momentum carries over some of that stuff.”And one Redditor figured out that the timing is entirely plausible.
Actor Giacomo Gianniotti, who plays Andrew DeLuca, says the new season is “funnier, it’s sexier, it’s lighter.””We’re going to have fun this season,” he told TV Line.As he explained, the sho has “been dreary for a long time.” Yeah, between McDreamy’s death and Lexie’s death and Mark Sloan’s death — it’s a wonder that anyone is still alive in Seattle. “Also, a lot of the men are single now, so we’re going to explore what that dynamic is like.”Ooh, there hasn’t been a good bromance since Derek and Mark!”Grey’s Anatomy” Season 14 premieres Sept. on ABC. 28 at 8 p.m. Posted August 22, 2017 by Kelly Woo”Grey’s Anatomy” has been breaking our hearts and causing us to go through a million tissues for 13 seasons, but Season 14 has a new prescription: fun. “There’s just been a lot of separation and loss, so we want to show the characters having some fun,” Gianniotti said.
At least, anytime soon.NBC’s reboot of the classic adventure series is dead, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Posted August 22, 2017 by Kelly Woo”Xena: Warrior Princess” isn’t coming back to life. His vision of the show would have explored the romantic relationship between Xena and sidekick Gabrielle, which was only hinted at in the syndicated series. “Xena” premiered in 1995 as a spinoff of “Hercules” and ran for six seasons.The new series would’ve cast a new actress in the titular role originally filled by Lucy Lawless.NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke told THR, “Nothing is happening on that right now. We looked at some material; we decided at that point that it didn’t warrant the reboot.”I’d never say never on that one because it’s such a beloved title, but the current incarnation of it is dead.”The reboot lost writer Javier Grillo-Marxuach (“Lost,” “The 100”) in April over creative differences.
But after that, they’re done.”We’re thinking it will be a four-season thing and then out,” Ross Duffer said.His brother added, “We just have to keep adjusting the story. Though I don’t know if we can justify something bad happening to them once a year.”And at that point, the show’s pre-teen characters like Mike and Dustin will be old enough to head off to college.”They’re going to have to get the f— out of this town!” Ross Duffer said. “It’s ridiculous!”So, no gap year to explore the Upside Down? And in an interview with Vulture, creators Matt and Ross Duffer confirmed that they are making a third season and likely a fourth season, too. Posted August 22, 2017 by Kelly WooThings won’t get stranger in Hawkins, Indiana for much longer.Season 2 of Netflix’s hit supernatural drama “Stranger Things” is debuting October 27.
I know there’s been some tweaking, but what can you say about the storyline between the Stones?The thing I love about “Justice League” is: one, it’s not only interstellar, if you will, it’s global. So that in itself was exciting. I was coming from “Brother From Another Planet,” which was basically a $360,000 budget. At that point, it wasn’t clear to me where they were going to take the character. So I wasn’t quite sure, until the beginning of Season 3, when Shonda [Rhimes] wrote that incredible monologue about the “hell and the high water.” I thought, Oh, if this is the guy, then this is going to be a lot of fun. So my feeling is that, by the time we get to the last episode of Season 7, people are going to be kind of filled with all kinds of emotions.What was it about this character that fascinated you as the actor playing him, all the way to the end? He’s leading kind of a normal life. Was there a reference point that helped your understanding of him?The first thing that James did is he gave us a whole bunch of material for artificial intelligence. And career-wise, one could not ask for anything more. That’s how we know what’s going to happen next. It was a pretty straightforward kind of thing, where you realize, where this character realizes what science is capable of, what it will do if he allows it to grow, and what he has to stop.Was the movie a game-changer for you, career-wise?I think it certainly helped. I had never been around that kind of expenditure before.Miles Dyson, in a lot of ways, is the most human and the most relatable character that we get in the movie. The writers are just astounding. Give me a little of your perspective on bringing everything to a close.The emotions are running very high. People had come up and said they saw my work and they liked my work, but to come up and talk to me about a specific scene, that was something new and different.And I suppose maybe around that time I thought, that and a couple of other things. Posted August 22, 2017 by Scott HuverTwenty-six years ago, Joe Morton’s on-screen alter ego was being hunted by a powerful cyborg recruited to save the world. Where are you coming at it from?This is a little bit more supportive, I would think. After my first full season on the show, I was honored with an Emmy. So for a little while, it was really just kind of learning on the job, if you will, about who this guy was, depending on what they gave me to do, and all of those incredible scenes with Olivia out in the park sort of gave me the answers that I was looking for.Many people are very excited to see you show up in “Justice League.” Why that was something that you were excited to do? So you think, “Every time I speak a line from this play will be the last time I’ll speak this line.” So I think that’s kind of where we’re at with “Scandal.”We know that this season, every time we go through an episode, every time we go through a scene, that we know that will be the last time that kind of thing will happen with this show. The scene that follows my eye as Linda [Hamilton] crawls across to the other side of the laboratory, and the SWAT team blows out the windows with their machine guns. He blew out those windows with no cameras running, simply so he could see what it looked like. In a nice bit of synchronicity, before the end of this year the actor’s film persona will be mentoring his son, a powerful cyborg, to save the world.There have been plenty of roles in between his turn as Skynet’s inadvertent creator Miles Bennett Dyson in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” and his upcoming stint as the superhero Cyborg’s scientific genius father in “Justice League” — not the least of which being his turn as Olivia Pope’s unpredictably allied father Eli a.k.a. What has that experience meant to you to have “Scandal” come at this point in your career?”Scandal” has just been amazing, from all kinds of perspectives. This group of people actually enjoys working with one another. Here you are about to see it go off into the sunset. And I thought that was very impressive. I think that world is very different. Whereas I think when you’re doing action-adventure, and you have that kind of budget, if James is an example, the pressures sort of tend to find their way out in terms of you yelling at everybody else on the floor.The couple of action-adventure directors that I’ve worked with both sort of followed that category, whereas the directors, both Joss and Zack, were very different than James in so many different ways. The cast itself – we’re very lucky in that we are a group of people who really and truly enjoy working with one another.I know you may hear that from lots of actors, but this is actually true! I was on the Third Street Promenade, and a bunch of guys ran out of a restaurant, The Beanery, and ran out to compliment me on the death scene in “Terminator 2.” That was shocking. My son and I were once sort of surrounded by a whole bunch of kids who had just seen the movie. Someone who knows how to use language the way he does, someone who deals with the kind of power that he does.And it was a day-to-day learning experience, because, you know, they don’t tell us anything until we actually sit down at a table read. How did you find your way into him? To suddenly walk into a film that’s budgeted for millions, that was pretty impressive to me.Just before we finished shooting my death scene, for instance, James decided that he wanted to take a look at something, with no cameras on. The particular storyline that I’m involved in, which is Cyborg, I love because for Ray [Fisher], the guy who actually plays Cyborg, it’s an opportunity to talk about what it’s like to be “the other,” even if what you have to offer the world is awesome.I think that there are lots of black people, lots of people with color, lots of women, lots of people who are considered “the other,” who can look at this character and can look at what he and I will go through together in the film, as a great metaphor for how to accept and overcome the obstacles of being “the other.”What’s your take on Silas Stone? That had never happened to me before. I was doing a television series at the time, which was fairly popular.Yes, I felt as if I was on my way up, and certainly, “Terminator 2” was a huge lift, if you will. “The Brother From Another Planet” had happened, and a couple of other films had happened. All of us are theater actors, and so we speak the same language when it comes to working a script. It’s like when you’re doing a play, and you know that tonight, for instance, is closing night. In the comics, I know he’s been a little colder in some incarnations. So I think it was around all that time that I realized, “Oh, maybe this is a big one.”It’s nice to have a hit, and it’s really nice to have something catch fire in pop culture, which you had a second time around with “Scandal,” in particular. 25 (along with 3D and 4K home video editions arriving this fall), Morton joined Moviefone to reflect on the making of the movie and the impact it had on him, as well as to provide glimpses ahead into the forthcoming final season of “Scandal” and his place in the DC Extended Universe.Moviefone: When you made “Terminator 2,” you had already done your share of acting work in film, television, and on stage. This Silas realizes that he was not there for his son, which is the motivating force to rebuild his son, and then even after rebuilding, he’s looking for a way to teach him, not only how to use the powers that he has, but to understand how those powers can be used for the greater good.You’re working with, on that film, two world-class filmmakers. Rowan on ABC’s highly addictive series “Scandal” — but Morton remembers well what a significant boost that James Cameron’s muscular mega-hit gave to his career.With that landmark film — long considered one of the best action films ever made, a rare sequel that topped its high-concept original and a quantum leap forward for early digital effects — about to be released in 3D in AMC theaters across the country Aug. He’s awe-inspired by the machinery that’s he’s either developed or discovered.Then suddenly, these people invade his home, only to discover that these invaders are in fact what’s he’s been researching, in terms of Arnold’s character. And then, as you say, because he is sort of the most human character, it was fairly simple just to sort of navigate through what happens to him. What kind of kept you excited about being him?The only thing I knew originally was that I was going to be introduced as Olivia’s father. I wasn’t that well-established. How did that experience compare to your memories of “Terminator 2”?Both Zack [Synder] and Joss [Whedon] are very different guys. The fact that it was an enormous success, I think it was several days after the movie opened. I think that directors who make comics book [films], their sort of approach to shooting is a lot lighter, is a lot more laid back, a lot more collaborative. It was seen around the world, it still, I can’t tell you the number of people who walk Andup to me during the course of a particular day and talk about how much they love “Terminator 2.”It was obviously a huge hit at the time, but when did you start to get a sense that it was a movie for the ages — one that people were going to watch over and over again for who knows how long?I’m not sure when that actually hit me. It’s just been great. But what was the eye-opening, very different thing that you found while you were making this particular movie?Joe Morton: I think the first thing that impressed me was I’d never worked on a film quite that large before. It goes all over the world. So obviously, “Scandal” has been an enormous deal in my life.Protecting secrets as you must, tell me a little bit about your experience making this final season. He’s been a little more supportive of his son in others.
E! 28 at 8 p.m. Funnier still, Jesse Williams (Dr. People knock things over, stumble over medical terms, and generally have silly reactions to messing up. ET/PT on ABC. News released the video Monday ahead of the DVD set hitting shelves.Like all gag reels, the “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 13 one has some hilarious moments. Miranda Bailey) later even calls a timeout and asks for confirmation that they’re still doing the show.If you can’t wait till Aug. Along with deleted scenes, there is a gag reel, a compilation of numerous funny bloopers. 29, E! News has the gag reel now.”Grey’s Anatomy” Season 14 premieres Sept. Jackson Avery) accidentally steals a line from Jessica Capshaw (Dr. Arizona Robbins), and Chandra Wilson (Dr. 29, and it includes the best of the season’s outtakes among its bonus features. Posted August 21, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio Long”Grey’s Anatomy” Season 13 went out with a bang, but there is still more of it for fans to enjoy.The DVD set is due out Aug.