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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Patience will be needed for the weekend’s other big release. After months of delays, the live-action Mulan debuted on premium VOD on Disney+, earning only a handful of points. However, more luck may be in store: The film’s RT score currently stands at 77, perilously close to the bonus. And as Mulan makes its way into theaters around the globe this month, there’s a chance that it, too, could rack up some box-office points. … [Read more...] about Fall Movies Fantasy League Week One Results:
Titanic (1997) If you’ve watched Titanic recently, one of the big takeaways might have been, “Good lord, look how young Leo and Kate are.” Because both have blossomed into significant actors, it’s easy to forget that they were really just kids when they made this movie — which, by the way, is still the second-highest-grossing movie of all time. Even in the Terminator movies, writer-director James Cameron had always had a flair for down-to-earth protagonists, and in Jack he came up with a plucky commoner that DiCaprio transformed from an immigrant cliché into a great romantic hero. The trick was that Leo was young when he made this film: Having just turned 23 when Titanic opened, he filled the character with the reckless abandon and cocky, wide-open optimism that would have made him catnip for a prim-and-proper upper-crust beauty like Rose (Kate Winslet). DiCaprio would develop more nuance as an actor as he got older, but in terms of old-fashioned … [Read more...] about Every Leonardo DiCaprio Movie Performance, Ranked
Tomorrow morning we’ll finally learn which films and performances will be nominated for an Oscar, and this unusually fluid season deserve kudos for keeping us guessing right up until the very end. Instead of culling the field down to a predictable crop of strong contenders, nearly every guild or major awards body has added more movies and surprises and potential dark horses to the conversation, and this is the least confident I’ve been about my ultimate predictions in quite some time. Below, I’ve made my final picks in the six biggest categories. I’ll be satisfied if I get most of these right, but I’ll be just as tickled if the season keeps on surprising me. … [Read more...] about Vulture’s Last, Best Guess at This Year’s Oscar Nominations
His haters — himself included, at least during moments like the above soliloquy — may be numerous, but living well is the proverbial best revenge, and it seems like Landis has been finding his center as he rises. After a recent breakup, he shaved his distinctive rainbow-dyed hair (“The truth is, is that I’m a bombastic enough motherfucker that I don’t need to wear rainbows every day to let everyone know that”) and got a bicep tattoo of four mysterious symbols (“If you can’t read it, I’m not going to tell you what it says,” he tells me; after I incorrectly guess, he sticks to his promise and just sarcastically claims that it spells “ARBY” in honor of the fast-food chain). He says he’s trying to make his scripts tighter and more specific, so they can’t be so easily misinterpreted by directors and warped in the finished product. In general, it seems like he’s trying to err more toward being focused … [Read more...] about Who’s Afraid of Max Landis?