Until Fast & Loose gets going, Will Smith is set to star in King Richard this fall, which will see him portraying the father of tennis champs Serena and Venus Williams. Smith is also going to star and produce in a remake of Planes, Trains and Automobiles with Kevin Hart, along with a thriller about a runaway slave called Emancipation. There’s a ton to be stoked about regarding Will Smith’s upcoming movies, and the stack just got thicker with Fast & Loose!
David Andrews (Thomas)
In the role of Thomas, another member of the support group, David Andrews provides a vocal supporting turn in Fight Club. The character actor is also known for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Apollo 13, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Wyatt Earp, World War Z, Fair Game, Cherry 2000, and Dear John. His other film credits include Jessabelle, Arthur Newman, The Conspirator, Stealth, A Walk to Remember, Hannibal, Graveyard Shift, and The Palmer Supremacy.
Additionally, on television, David Andrews was seen in JAG, Pulaski: The TV Detective, Justified, CSI: Miami, House of Cards, The Boys, Shooter, The Whispers, Drop Dead Diva, Crisis, Necessary Roughness, Marry Me, and Days of Our Lives. Furthermore, the actor guest-starred on Watchmen, How to Get Away with Murder, For All Mankind, NCIS, Scandal, and Six Feet Under. He can also be seen in Band of Brothers, CSI: Miami, Castle, Criminal Minds, Stargate SG-1, Star Trek: Enterprise, and Dawson’s Creek. Most recently, Andrews appeared in the final season of USA Network’s Queen of the South.
We’re gonna keep in this same shot, I’m not gonna add any time or money to the schedule. But I shoot her in the back of the head, and she falls over. Now, you could end the scene there, but if you keep the camera rolling, I turn to Ray and I say, ‘Geez, she fell funny.’ Now, that’s a very sinister line. It suggests that I’ve done this before. There’s a way that people fall.
Besides his reactions being so great for fans to watch, Tom Felton also gives a little background on what he and the other actors experienced walking into the Great Hall at first. Apparently they had not seen it prior to walking in during filming, and their reactions of amazement were totally real. From the sheer amount of people dressed as witches and wizards in the room, to the vastness of the hall, and the very real floating candles, it would be difficult for anyone to react with anything less than amazement. Here’s what the star says, in his own words:
Originally Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was going to be directed by Scott Derrickson, who helmed the first Doctor Strange movie. However, by early 2020, Derrickson relinquished his directorial duties due to creative differences (he’s still credited as an executive producer), and soon after, Sam Raimi, who previously helmed Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man trilogy, was tapped as his replacement. Clearly this worked to Michael Waldron’s benefit, but along with getting to spend so much time with Sam Raimi, he also appreciated the opportunity to work on a story centered on a tried-and-true superhero, as opposed to Loki, which chronicled a variant of the eponymous supervillain going on a redemption journey.
Over the years, Billie Eilish has rocked blue hair, green hair, silver hair and lavender hair. It was an artistic choice that became a trademark for the singer. But for Happier Than Ever, Billie decided to go for her most understated look yet: light blonde. It’s the first time she’s gone for a more subtle look, and as she told the Los Angeles Times, the decision had a lot to do with her mental state. She’s been feeling in a more stable place lately, so she went with a more ordinary hair color, and that’s that. Also, these days she’s owning her body instead of hiding it:
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After a year of delayed sets, a number of highly anticipated comic book movies are currently in the works. Case in point: James Wan’s Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, with the cast assembled to begin filming. This includes Amber Heard, although more fan art of Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke replacing her as Mera recently arrived online.
It’s a big week at the theaters with the highly anticipated A24 release The Green Knight (starring Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander and Joel Edgerton), Jungle Cruise (starring Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson), as well as Matt Damon’s latest drama Stillwater.
Before we get to our reviews of those films though, we have to touch on the Director’s Guild recent rule change which will exclude films without a theatrically exclusive release window from competing for their awards show next year. This puts HBO Max’s day-and-date strategy in a difficult spot with awards hopefuls such as Denis Villeneuve’s Dune.
What’s your favorite movie from Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson? That’s the topic of this week’s BlendGame. Next week, we’re taking a look at James Gunn’s unique career. Play along on Twitter using #JamesGunnBlend.
Timestamps (approx. only)
6:11 – Weekly Poll
14:19 – Will HBO Max Backtrack on Streaming Strategy?
30:28 – Stillwater Review
37:14 – Jungle Cruise Review
42:32 – The Green Knight Review
53:59 – Our Favorite Dwayne Johnson Movies
1:05:31 – Outro
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“When I had [newborn] children, I also didn’t wash them every day,” Kunis said, according to BuzzFeed. “I wasn’t the parent that bathed my newborns—ever.” (She and Kutcher have two children together.)
Kutcher added, “Now, here’s the thing: If you can see the dirt on them, clean them. Otherwise, there’s no point.”
Shepard agreed that using soap to get rid of the body’s natural oils every day was a bad idea, suggesting a just-water cleaning routine instead. Kunis added, “I didn’t have hot water growing up as a child, so I didn’t shower much anyway.”
Dr. Kelly M. Cordoro, M.D., a professor of dermatology and pediatrics, recently spoke to the New York Times about this subject. “Over-bathing an infant may dry out the skin, making it itchy and rashy,” she said, per BuzzFeed. “It can be very irritating and unnecessary, as it can wash away the top layer of protective skin cells, natural oils, and normal healthy bacteria, leaving the skin dry, itchy and vulnerable to irritation and possibly skin infections.”
Mila Kunis opened up to The Telegraph in 2020 about her home and family life. “We do family outfits,” she said, according to People. “It makes everyone go crazy. Last year I dressed [daughter Wyatt Isabelle] as a pig. I went as a pig. And my husband went as a pig.”
She also called Kutcher “brilliant” and “an incredibly hands-on” parent, saying, “When my child was born, I was breastfeeding and he said, ‘That’s your connection, I want to change every diaper.’”
And on her work-family life balance, she said (per People), “I don’t live to work, I work to live. I never took my career too seriously before. After becoming a mom, I definitely don’t.”
It’s very possible that the meeting Alexandra Daddario took at New Line would be to continue the series but structure it around her character, Blake Gaines. It could have been the Speed model, where Keanu Reeves doesn’t return for Speed 2, but Sandra Bullock finds herself on a similar adventure, carrying on the brand (but, in that case, running it into the ground). Daddario sure has the action chops, as shown in this San Andreas clip: