Here’s a few actors that got cast and absolutely nailed the part, but where the audience didn’t have too much faith in it.
When we talk about the golden decade of action movies, most people assume that we’re talking about the 80’s. And while that may be true to some extent, the decade that followed after it was probably better.
The friends-turned-enemies trope is common in action movies and (especially) in romantic comedies, but when it happens in a TV show, it’s much more satisfying. You usually get to witness the changing relationship over the course of one or several seasons, and the end result (the friendship) seems much deeper and much more meaningful.
Disney can be pretty finicky when choosing who gets the official Princess title. You’d think it’s just about being the main character in a princess cartoon but no, there actually is a list of requirements one has to fulfill to be granted the Disney Princess status.
Let’s be honest: we’ve all wanted to quit our job at a certain point in life. No matter how awesome your job is, or how awesome you think it is, there’s going to be that one moment where you’ve just had it. Most people will just let that moment pass, but a select few will roll with it and quit their job.
Every Marvel fan out there has been clamoring for a Black Widow movie and we had our reasons, bet since it’s all official now, let’s ponder why the Black Widow movie will be fun to watch!
HBO have been giving the viewers amazing content way before Chernobyl or Westworld rolled into town, and many people think that we should thank HBO for the current golden age of TV. Naturally, after 50+ years of TV programming, there are some titles worthy of being called “crème de la crème”. In other words, here are the top 10 best HBO shows of all time!
CGI is becoming an increasingly important part of nearly every movie we see in the cinema these days. From the completely CGI “live action” remake of Lion King, to the Marvel blockbusters like Avengers: End Game and Spider-Man: Far From Home. To be honest, it feels like we take a lot of this CGI work for granted, but every great movie of today was built on the foundation laid by movies that came before them.
We go to the movies several times a year and see these well-known actors play in big budget movies, yet we often forget that even these massive superstars at one time had to start out with their first big acting gig. For many actors, that meant starting in a soap opera. It’s not exactly the most glamorous acting job out there, but it is one that will get you noticed in the big leagues.
Unfortunately, some actors are doomed to stay famous for that one movie they did 10 years ago. But on the other hand, at least they’re still famous!
Creating remakes of popular movies is a risky business. Characters become iconic due to their unique features, style, intricate plotlines, and of course appearance. There’s no denying the fact that we also fall for some characters just because they look cute. This is why so much controversy surrounds new characters of Lara Croft, Catwoman, and the Enchanted trio. Some fans could go along with the new actresses, but others simply couldn’t put up with the transformations their favorite heroines went through.
Even though Keanu Reeves said many times that money is not that important to him, he wouldn’t be able to buy all those wacky products without spending an insane amount of dough.
As weird as it sounds, killing off major characters in TV shows may actually be a good thing. For some series this could mean a breath of fresh air. The reason behind those on-screen deaths, however, is what makes this topic so juicy. So some actors got fired, big deal! That is, until you look under the hood and see why they had to go away.