Regardless if you hated or loved it, Suicide Squad is here! So would you like to hear some cool facts about this movie? Maybe something on the characters that weren’t included, the Joker/Harley chemistry, and why was Batman even in this movie?
Let’s take a look at some of the most brave men and women who put their lives on the line for our entertainment.
When we watch a movie we only see the end result of the hard work of the actors, directors, SFX magicians, and countless other vital staff members, but most of us don’t even stop and wonder “how did that guy manage to nail this character so perfectly? Maybe being an actor is easier than I thought?” Well, the short answer is “it’s not”. Not easy at all, especially if you, as an actor, fully submerge yourself into the character and become one with that character.
Perhaps the biggest change in Hollywood the last 10-or-so years (apart from the endless reboots and remakes) has been the social redemption of nerds. While some of these may not look like much on the screen, every single one of them is attractive by pretty much any standard today.
Not every movie can be the next blockbuster or instant classic, let’s face it. Celebrities work hard to become popular and rich. Sometimes they take part in awful movie projects, and even the celebrity cameo can’t save a bad movie from its epic fail. It’s not easy to be a celebrity, because as a public person you are always under pressure of society and publicity. Every single movie is nothing but team work, even if it depends on a single person, who plays a major role in the movie project. So let’s see what your favorite actors really think about their worst movies.
Harry Potter movies, with all their magic and the Game of Thrones TV show with the dragons and the white walkers may sound like they have a lot of things in common, when really they’re entirely different worlds. But this doesn’t mean that the actors can’t appear in both series, linking Westeros and Hogwarts worlds even further.
Phil Grishaev, a video producer from LA, has an incredibly fascinating hobby: he revisits iconic locations from his favorite flicks, while trying to recreate the same shot. This guy’s Instagram account makes for a great “before and after” compilation and I know how people love those.
Most of the time we as movie-goers don’t see the before/after shots like these, but thanks to a Reddit user Zidden we can all witness how much work and passion went into re-creating these characters on screen. Every little detail, every scar, every wrinkle and every Orc tusk were all created individually to make these fictional characters look as realistic as possible, without ruining the viewer’s immersion.
Today you’ll see some of the most expensive luxury men’s watches you may not have noticed while watching these movies.
I know this show has a lot of haters, but it’s a pretty fun and entertaining piece of television, IMO. If you’re a fan, you’ll definitely like this list, and if you don’t like TBBT, well, why would you even click on this post?
Anyway, here’s are 20 awesome little-known facts about the show, its actors and more!
What do Batman, Captain America, and Dracula have in common? No, they don’t all have a mother named Martha, but they’re all bad-freaking-ass in their stories! In fact there are so many cool male characters that we sometimes forget women can be just as amazing at what they do. Here’s a short (and I mean extremely short) list of my favorite female badasses in TV and movies.
The voice of a Disney animated princess is as inherent to their beauty and charisma as a shadow is inseparable to a body. The women you’ll get to know below deserve every bit of your attention because their vocal talents brought to life characters who became on-screen embodiments of grace, bravery, and wits.
It’s been a few days since “Captain America: Civil War” hit theaters worldwide, and it’s about time to talk about the possible future subplots of the upcoming Marvel Phase 3 movies, along with other implications, wild speculations and food for thought that the Avengers have left us with.