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Onward: Chris Pratt And 7 Other Cast Members Voice Acting In The Pixar Movie

In Onward, Barley Lightfoot decides to make a stop at a restaurant to enlist the help of a creature known as the Manticore (described in mythology as an unconquerable, winged beast with the body of a lion and the sting of a scorpion) whom he promises his brother, Ian, will start them on the right path of their journey. However, this Manticore, known as “Corey” and voiced by Octavia Spencer, turns out to be a clumsy waitress who accidentally leaves out a few key details of our elven heroes’ quest, putting them in worse danger than they anticipated.

Bad Boys For Life Has Many F-Bombs But Way Less Than Bad Boys 2

Now, I know what you’re thinking. Why is there so much confusion? Well, sit down and let me tell you a story. First, it’s really hard to enjoy a movie and count f-words at the same time. If Martin Lawrence gets in a great zinger, your first instinct is to laugh, not put down another tally mark. B, there was some confusion about what actually counts as an f-bomb. We got at least one in Spanish that showed as a subtitle on the screen. Third, making tally marks and then counting them in a dark theater is hard and you don’t know the struggle. D, we had another scene where someone shouted like 5 or 6 in a really short amount of time, and we didn’t have the privilege of rewind. Fifth, does music count? I hope not because none of us paid attention to that if there were f-bombs.

Star Wars: Rise Of The Resistance – 3 Cool Discoveries We Made Touring Galaxy’s Edge

Set between the events of Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker, the ride features a number of excellent cameos from notable characters – including Daisy Ridley as Rey, John Boyega as Finn, Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron, Domhnall Gleeson as Admiral Hux, and definitely-not-Adam-Driver as Kylo Ren, and the whole experience is outfitted with incredible sets and animatronics. For any Star Wars fan, it’s a pretty incredible thing to walk out on to the hanger bay of a Star Destroyer, or zip around the legs of an AT-AT.

Why A Flashpoint Movie Might Not Be As Big A Deal As You Think

Besides, if people really need an explanation for why the current DCEU doesn’t reflect how it was initially presented, there’s already one available. Earlier this week, The CW wrapped up the “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover, and during the Arrow portion, Ezra Miller’s Flash came face-to-face with Grant Gustin’s Flash in the Speed Force. Their meeting was brief, but by the end, it seemed like Miller Flash finally realized that the multiverse was a thing. In the final episode of “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” we saw that the multiverse had been changed, with it now being a mix of previously existing worlds and brand-new ones, as well as the main characters from The Flash TV series, Arrow, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Batwoman and Black Lightning now all living on one Earth, Earth Prime.

Bad Boys For Life Changed A Major Scene From The Trailer And We Have No Clue Why

In terms of keeping their destination a secret, it sets up a pretty effective misdirection that ends with sweet, comedic resolution. We’re tricked into thinking Bad Boys For Life is going to open with the usual slam bang police action we’ve seen open previous entries in the series. But instead, when we arrive at the end of that heart racing intro, it’s all in service of Marcus seeing himself become a grandfather for the first time. An event that, in true comedic fashion, he misses almost entirely.

Robert Downey Jr.’s Dolittle: The Characters And The Cast Members Who Voice Them

In his first role outside of the MCU sandbox in years, Robert Downey, Jr. clearly owns much of the spotlight as the title role of the adventure fantasy based on Hugh Lofting’s novels. However, we believe the animal cast of Dolittle, now playing in theaters, deserve just as much attention. In that spirit, who are these animals and who is voicing them?