So, as you can imagine, the internet lost it. Evans, of course, immediately deleted the video, but it was too late. He has yet to comment on the gaffe (and, really, what is there to say?) His Avenger: Endgame costar Mark Ruffalo, however, felt compelled to take to Twitter to reassure him that, hey, at least it’s not as embarrassing as the Trump presidency. … [Read more...] about Mark Ruffalo Reassures Chris Evans After He Accidentally Posts a Dick Pic to Instagram
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Ah, the fragile art of the cameo: There’s such a fine line between a surprise pop-up becoming a pleasant YouTube revisit, and just being really annoying. With that in mind, credit must be given to George Lucas for his cameo work on the Star Wars prequels. Lucas jam-packed each film with subtle cameos that honored friends, family, and the franchise itself. In honor of Prequels Week, we’ve compiled all of the noteworthy bit roles in The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and Revenge of the Sith, from Sofia Coppola to E.T. to the creator of Star Wars himself (hat tip to the Star Wars Wiki for helping us find some of Lucas’s sneakier surprises). … [Read more...] about 35 Famous People You Forgot Were in the
As I noted yesterday, films that score a DGA nomination are virtually locked in for a Best Picture nomination in the expanded-category era, so that bodes well for The Big Short, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Martian, The Revenant, and Spotlight. Straight Outta Compton didn’t get a DGA nod, but it did get top nominations from the WGA, PGA, and SAG, and that trifecta almost always presages a Best Picture nomination, too. That leaves four Best Picture picks that I’ll concede are on the bubble: Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies — well regarded by older voters, but coasting — and three female-fronted films in Brooklyn, Carol, and Room. Perhaps naïvely, I want to believe all three can get in, but with so many compelling contenders in the mix this year, anything can happen. … [Read more...] about Vulture’s Last, Best Guess at This Year’s Oscar Nominations
Few directors have shaped more millennial childhoods than Mark Waters, who had a legendary three-year stretch when he directed Freaky Friday in 2003, Mean Girls in 2004, and Just Like Heaven in 2005 (you may scoff at the inclusion of that last one in this line-up but it was must-see Ruffalo content for any 13 Going on 30 fan at the time). It’s someLast Dance–level influence and impact. So when Variety reported that Hype House member and TikTok star Addison Rae (full name Addison Rae Easterling) had been cast in a remake of She’s All That, gender-swapped to be called He’s All That, and that it would be directed by Waters, we knew that the original 1999 source material was in good hands. The original Freddie Prinze Jr./Rachel Leigh Cook teen rom-com is a classic of the “what if a nerdy girl took off her glasses and was hot?” genre, but Addison Rae won’t be playing the nerd who undergoes a transformation. Because it’s gender-swapped, Addison … [Read more...] about Is Getting a Remake. And a Gender Swap. And a TikTok Star.