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Guillermo del Toro spins gorgeous fairy tale in 'Shape of Water' trailer 

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Can two misfits find love and live happily ever after? Guillermo del Toro's "The Shape of Water" is being described as an "otherworldly fairy tale," and the gorgeous, dreamy trailer certainly feels like it's set in another world.... read more
 
20. heinäkuuta 2017 19:56:58 Categories: Moviefone logo

British papers slammed for inappropriate pics of new Doctor Who 

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How did British tabloids The Sun and The Mail Online react to the news that Jodie Whittaker will be the first female Doctor Who? By running nude photos of the actress.  Vanity Fair]... read more
 
19. heinäkuuta 2017 0:12:31 Categories: Moviefone logo

John Boyega got dating advice from Robert Downey Jr. and Orlando Bloom 

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John Boyega is at the center of one of Hollywood's biggest franchises in "Star Wars," but the 25-year-old British actor is still learning the ropes when it comes to being a celebrity. Luckily, he got mentored by a Hollywood veteran - and as a bonus, some advice from another young actor who broke out in a huge franchise.... read more
 
18. heinäkuuta 2017 19:55:21 Categories: Moviefone logo

18 Things You Never Knew About 'RoboCop' 

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Has it really been 30 years since the release of "RoboCop"? I'll buy that for a dollar. Released July 17, 1987, "RoboCop" had a huge impact, even bigger than that of an ED-209 police droid falling down a flight of stairs. It marked director Paul Verhoeven's Hollywood debut, gave Peter Weller his signature role, and launched a franchise that included two sequels, a 2014 remake, two live-action series, two animated TV series, and numerous spinoffs in other media. Still, as often as you've watched Weller's cyborg struggle to regain his humanity while stoically blowing away evildoers, there's much you may not know about how "RoboCop" was made. 1. The influences on "RoboCop," as cited by screenwriter Ed Neumeier or referenced directly in the movie, include "Blade Runner," Japanese TV hero Space Sheriff Gavan, the Terminator, and comic book heroes Judge Dredd, Iron Man, and ROM. 2. Such directors as Alex Cox ("Repo Man") and Kenneth Johnson (TV sci-fi epic "V") turned down the screenplay before it made its way to Verhoeven. The Dutch director (above, left) threw the script in the trash, but his wife fished it out and convinced him there was a movie of substance to be made from it. 3. Verhoeven's first choice to star was his usual leading man, Rutger Hauer, followed by his eventual "Total Recall" star, Arnold Schwarzenegger. But both men were too stocky to maneuver easily inside the RoboCop costume. Verhoeven eventually chose "Buckaroo Banzai" star Peter Weller because the actor was thin, and because the director was convinced Weller could convey emotion effectively with just his exposed jaw. 4. For Murphy's partner, Officer Anne Lewis, Verhoeven initially wanted TV sleuth Stephanie Zimbalist, but she couldn't get time off from her popular NBC series "Remington Steele," so the role went to Nancy Allen (above). 5. Verhoeven cast Ronny Cox as Dick Jones because the "Beverly Hills Cop" actor had been typecast in paternal good-guy roles, which made Jones' reveal as the film's true villain all the more surprising. 6. The director outfitted Kurtwood Smith's brutal criminal Clarence Boddicker with scholarly, rimless glasses in order to make him look more like Nazi SS and Gestapo chief Heinrich Himmler. 7. Despite the Detroit setting, most of the film was shot in downtown Dallas, where the buildings appeared just futuristic enough to fit the story. The combination of the Texas heat and the stifling costume caused Weller to lose three pounds a day from sweating. 8. The RoboCop suit was the film's most expensive effect, eating $1 million of its budget. It was designed by make-up titan Rob Bottin ("The Thing"). There were actually six suits, some in various states of damage resulting from RoboCop's battles with criminals. 9. The suit was so bulky that it took 11 hours for Weller to put it on the first time, and the production had to stop for three days while he learned to walk in it. It was too big to fit in the Ford Taurus police cars, so whenever you see RoboCop in a car, you see only Weller's metal-clad head and torso; below the waist, the actor was just wearing boxer shorts. 10. Even the suit's hands, lined with rubber for flexibility, were clumsy; it took 50 takes to film the shot where RoboCop catches a set of car keys. 11. Many of the action scenes were filmed by cult-fave "Two-Lane Blacktop" director Monte Hellman, serving as the movie's second unit director. 12. Footage showing RoboCop's infrared vision was accomplished via decidedly low-tech means: the sequence was shot in the dark, with the actors wearing fluorescent body paint. 13. There was one full-scale ED-209 robot built, standing seven feet tall and weighing 300 pounds. But most of the footage of the cumbersome droid was made using miniatures and stop-motion animation. Its speaking voice was that of "RoboCop" executive producer Jon Davison. 14. The effects during the sequence when Emil (Paul McCrane) emerges from a vat of toxic waste and quickly disintegrates were inspired by monster-makeup legend Rick Baker's work on 1977's "The Incredible Melting Man," on which Bottin had done an uncredited assist. McCrane's face and hands were covered with saggy latex prosthetics. Later, Boddicker's car hits Emil and he turns into mush; that effect was accomplished via use of a hollow dummy filled with leftovers from the catering truck. 15. Verhoeven's initial cut of the movie received an "X rating" from the ratings board, not for pornography, just for extreme violence. (The NC-17 rating hadn't been created yet.) Verhoeven trimmed some of the more graphic shots and added the satirical TV commercials to lighten the movie's grim tone, but he still had to resubmit and recut the movie 11 more times before the board relented and granted the film an R. 16. "RoboCop" cost just $13 million to make. It earned back $53 million at the domestic box office. 17. At the 1988 Academy Awards, "RoboCop" won the Oscar for Best Sound Editing. It was also nominated for Best Editing and Best Sound Mixing. 18. During the end credits, the obligatory anti-piracy warning reads that "unauthorized duplication, distribution or exhibition may result in civil liability and criminal prosecution by enforcement droids."... read more
 
18. heinäkuuta 2017 3:56:11 Categories: Moviefone logo

Things to know before seeing 'War for the Planet of the Apes' 

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"War for the Planet of the Apes" is the latest big-budget sequel to hit theaters this summer, and the third entry in the ongoing saga of man vs. ape will push the story in an even darker direction. But if you're not sure where "War" fits into the overall "Apes" picture, we're here to help. Here's everything you need to know before heading to the theater this weekend. 1. It's a sequel. It can be hard to keep track of how the various "Planet of the Apes" movies fit together, given that the franchise has been rebooted more than once. "War for the Planet of the Apes" is the third entry in Fox's latest reboot series. It builds on the groundwork established in 2011's "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" and 2014's "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," taking place roughly two years after the previous movie. 2. Caesar is still the star. This sequel will, again, center on super-intelligent chimpanzee Caesar (Andy Serkis) as he attempts to lead his ape family while dealing with the ongoing threat posed by humanity. Several of Caesar's ape friends and family will also return, including wife Cornelia (Judy Greer), son Blue Eyes (Max Lloyd-Jones), and friend/adviser Maurice (Karin Konoval).There will also be new ape villains to fill the void left by the treacherous Koba. Red (Ty Olsson) is a gorilla who once followed Koba and now sides with humanity against his ape brethren. 3. There are new human characters. "War" will continue the series' trend of starting from scratch where its human cast is concerned. Don't expect return appearances from James Franco's Will Rodman from "Rise" or Jason Clarke's Malcolm and his family from "Dawn." Instead, Woody Harrelson's "The Colonel" is the main human character this time around. The Colonel sees humanity as being on the brink of extinction following its long war with apes, and he'll do whatever is necessary to ensure the survival of his species. 4. The franchise is getting darker. Sure, the previous two "Apes" movies were pretty dark, but things look to be taking an even darker turn in "War," as the war for survival becomes more heated. The third movie will focus a great deal on Caesar's growing sense of disillusionment as he deals with mounting casualties and comes to understand that apes are just as skilled as humans when it comes to treachery. 5. There are classic "Apes" connections. "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" featured a fun nod to the original "Apes" series in the form of a cameo for wayward astronaut George Taylor (Charlton Heston's character) and the doomed ship Icarus. "War" will continue to pay homage to the classic movies as it introduces two new, key characters fans will recognize. The film will feature the debut of Caesar's youngest son, Cornelius (Devyn Dalton), and mute human refugee Nova (Amiah Miller). Maybe we'll even see Taylor himself stop by in a future sequel. Speaking of which... 6. There will be more sequels. It doesn't appear that "War" will be the last film in the current "Apes" series. Fox confirmed in October 2016 that a fourth film is already in development. We assume the ending to "War" will give a better idea of where the franchise is headed, however, Fox may have to move forward with a new director, as Matt Reeves has signed on to direct "The Batman" for Warner Bros.... read more
 
15. heinäkuuta 2017 4:10:04 Categories: Moviefone logo

Emmy nomination that has left people angry 

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Shannon Purser, the actress who played Barb in "Stranger Things" Season 1, scored her first Emmy nod on Thursday, but not everyone was happy for her. ... read more
 
14. heinäkuuta 2017 4:55:46 Categories: Moviefone logo

Carrie Fisher Earns Posthumous Emmy Nomination For 'Catastrophe' 

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The late Carrie Fisher is once again an Emmy nominee. ... read more
 
14. heinäkuuta 2017 3:40:59 Categories: Moviefone logo

Things you didn't know about 'The Spy Who Loved Me' 

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"Nobody does it better," sang Carly Simon during the opening credits of "The Spy Who Loved Me." Indeed, you could make a case that the 007 adventure, released 40 years ago this week in the U.S. (on July 13, 1977), was the best of the late Roger Moore's James Bond movies, with perhaps the best pre-credit sequence (that ski jump!), one of the best cars (that Lotus Esprit that converts into a submarine), a great henchman (Richard Kiel's Jaws), and an even better Bond girl -- Barbara Bach's Agent XXX, a.k.a. Anya Amasova, who's every bit as skilled, smart, and lethal a spy as 007. As beloved as the movie is, there's plenty you may not know about its behind-the-scenes intrigue. Here's the secret dossier on "The Spy Who Loved Me." 1. The film has almost nothing in common with Ian Fleming's novel, due to the author's contract stipulating that none of the book's plot could be used. It's a departure for Fleming, told largely from a female spy's point of view; James Bond doesn't even show up until two-thirds of the way through. Fleming wasn't happy with the way it turned out, and when he sold the film rights to Eon, the producers of the other titles in the 007 movie franchise, he allowed only the use of the title. Nonetheless, the characters of henchmen Jaws and Sandor are loosely inspired by similar characters in the novel, with the former inspired by the character called Horror. 2. As it turned out, Eon was also legally barred from using the villain it wanted. Kevin McClory, who owned the rights to "Thunderball" (the lone Fleming 007 novel that had been a screenplay first), had licensed those rights to Eon for 10 years, beginning with the production of that Bond adventure in 1965. Now those rights had lapsed, and when McClory learned that Eon's "Spy Who Loved Me" script idea included Blofeld and SPECTRE (both mentioned in "Thunderball"), he filed an injunction, as he was trying to develop his own Bond movie series. (Eventually, his "Thunderball" reboot became "Never Say Never Again" and brought Sean Connery back for one last turn as 007.) So Eon went back to the drawing board and came up with the Blofeld-like Stromberg, whose scheme to start a nuclear war between the Soviets and the West echoes the plot of the 1967 Bond movie "You Only Live Twice." 3. How similar is "Spy" to "Twice"? Not only is it directed by the person, Lewis Gilbert, it uses a tanker to swallow nuclear submarines, similar to how "Twice" featured a space capsule that could swallow other space capsules. (Gilbert acknowledges this similarity on the film's first special edition DVD release.) 4. Eon sought a number of different directors, including Steven Spielberg -- then newly-hot after the success of his own movie about a character nicknamed Jaws -- before finally returning to "You Only Live Twice" director Lewis Gilbert. 5. Frequent 007 screenwriter and script doctor Tom Mankiewicz claimed in his memoir that iconic French star Catherine Deneuve was interested in starring in the film, but her quote at the time was $400,000. Mankiewicz said she offered to cut her fee to $250,000, but the producers were unwilling to spend more than $80,000. 6. A young John Landis worked on an early story treatment for the film, alongside then-potential director Guy Hamilton ("Goldfinger"). 7. Lois Chiles (pictured) turned down the chance to be Bond's love interest, though she would sign on to play Holly Goodhead in the next 007 adventure, "Moonraker." 8. Bach landed the lead role just four days before shooting began. She thought she was auditioning for another, smaller part. According to People, Moore was disappointed; he'd been hoping for Brigitte Bardot. 9. Bach seemed similarly unimpressed with her leading man, describing James Bond to People as "a chauvinist pig who uses girls to shield him against bullets." 10. Geoffrey Keen and Walter Gotell made their Bond movie debuts, as British defense minister Frederick Gray and KGB chief General Gogol, respectively. Each would reprise his role for the next five sequels. 11. Curt Jurgens (above) was cast as Stromberg because Gilbert had enjoyed working with the Austrian actor when he starred in Gilbert's 1959 adventure "Ferry to Hong Kong." 12. Production designer Ken Adam had famously built an enormous, temporary set at England's Pinewood Studios to house Blofeld's volcano lair in "You Only Live Twice." This time, he built an even bigger soundstage there, a permanent one, to house the interior of Stromberg's submarine-swallowing supertanker. Dubbed the 007 Stage, it covered 45,000 square feet and contained a 300-foot-long water tank that held 1.2 million gallons. The set cost $1.8 million to construct. 13. Lighting the massive soundstage proved too difficult for cinematographer Claude Renoir, who was then losing his eyesight. So the producers smuggled onto the set a secret lighting consultant: no less than Stanley Kubrick, who'd recently pulled off the feat of lighting much of his "Barry Lyndon" with nothing but candles and natural light -- sources appropriate to the film's 18th-century setting. (Adam had won an Oscar for "Barry Lyndon's" production design.) 14. "Spy Who Loved Me" was a typically globetrotting 007 production, with filming locations as far-flung as Sardinia, Spain, and the Bahamas. There was also Egypt, where the producers realized they couldn't properly light the Pyramids at night; they ended up using miniatures instead. 15. The production used six versions of the Lotus Esprit S1, each showing the supposedly amphibious car in various stages of its transformation. Only one actually operated underwater. It was nicknamed "Wet Nellie," a reference to the "Little Nellie" autogyro Bond used in "You Only Live Twice." It was a $100,000 mini-sub in an Esprit shell. There were also some scenes that used miniatures, with air bubbles generated by Alka-Seltzer tablets. 16. While shooting in Egypt, the production briefly ran out of food. So franchise producer Albert "Cubby" Broccoli found himself cooking a spaghetti dinner for 100 members of the cast and crew. 17. Those scary metal chompers Jaws wore were actually made of acrylic. Though a dentist molded them to fit Kiel's teeth, Kiel told the Guardian that they were so painful to wear that he could only keep them in his mouth for a minute or two before he would start to gag. 18. A dispute with British tax authorities kept longtime 007 composer John Barry from working on the movie, so scoring duties fell to EGOT winner Marvin Hamlisch. 19. With lyricist Carole Bayer Sager, Hamlisch co-wrote the theme song, "Nobody Does It Better," the first Bond theme not titled after its movie (though the lyrics do contain the phrase "the spy who loved me"). Carly Simon's performance of the tune reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and stayed on the chart for nearly three months, making it her longest-charting hit ever. 20. The filmmakers hired Hollywood stuntman Rick Sylvester to do the pre-credit ski jump after seeing his amateur Super 16 footage of his own illegal parachute jump of 3,000 feet from El Capitan at Yosemite. Sylvester was paid $30,000 to make a similar vault off the summit of Canada's Mt. Asgard. There was no rehearsal, and there would only be opportunity for one take. 21. Sylvester was too slow in his take-off, tangled his legs during the flip, and took so long to recover that, by the time he opened that now-famous Union Jack chute, he'd fallen out of range of the heli... read more
 
13. heinäkuuta 2017 3:55:41 Categories: Moviefone logo

Game of Thrones almost fired Gemma Whelan for posting a spoiler 

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What is dead may never die, and what is spoiled can never be unspoiled on the Internet. ... read more
 
11. heinäkuuta 2017 11:27:13 Categories: Moviefone logo

'Spider-Man' Storyline to Span 5 Marvel Movies 

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Peter Parker's journey is going to be a long one. It began in "Captain America: Civil War," continues in "Spider-Man: Homecoming," and will span across three more movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.... read more
 
6. heinäkuuta 2017 2:40:46 Categories: Moviefone logo

'Creed 2': Sylvester Stallone hints at 'Rocky IV' villain's return 

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The "Creed" sequel is sticking close to its Rocky series roots. Sylvester Stallone has been using social media to tease a tie-in between "Rocky IV" and the upcoming "Creed 2." ... read more
 
4. heinäkuuta 2017 20:41:59 Categories: Moviefone logo

Rey Saves BB-8 in First 'Star Wars: Forces of Destiny' Webisode 

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The animated web series "Star Wars: Forces of Destiny" debuted today, with the first episode focused on Rey and set within the time frame of "The Force Awakens." ... read more
 
4. heinäkuuta 2017 0:56:41 Categories: Moviefone logo

Robert Downey Jr. on when he plans to stop playing Iron Man 

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Robert Downey Jr. wants to retire Tony Stark at the top of his game, without feeling like he overstayed his welcome.  ... read more
 
3. heinäkuuta 2017 20:41:54 Categories: Moviefone logo

'Wonder Woman' passes 'Batman v Superman' as highest-earning DC comics movie 

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Move over boys - "Wonder Woman" is taking the box office crown. In just four weeks, "Wonder Woman has become the highest-grossing DC Comics Extended Universe movie at the domestic box office, topping the 12-week run of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."... read more
 
1. heinäkuuta 2017 4:26:21 Categories: Moviefone logo

Things you never knew about 'My Best Friend's Wedding' 

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It's been 20 years since the beloved Julia Roberts favorite "My Best Friend's Wedding" hit theaters, and you probably still have "I Say a Little Prayer" stuck in your head. The classic rom-com was released June 20, 1997, and earned some critical acclaim and box office success. It catapulted Cameron Diaz and Rupert Everett to fame and solidified Roberts as one of Hollywood's most popular (and bankable) leading ladies. Even though Julianne Potter's last ditch efforts to win over her BFF before he ties the knot to someone else are morally questionable, we still can't get enough of this delightful romance. Here are nine things you (probably) didn't know about the film. 1. It's hard to imagine the movie without Julia Roberts as the lead, but the role of Julianne was originally offered to Sarah Jessica Parker. SJP turned it down to work on a little TV show called -- ahem -- "Sex and the City." 2. Cameron Diaz became a household name after playing bride-to-be Kimberly Wallace to perfection, after Julia Roberts suggested her for the part. Cameron's real-life bestie, Drew Barrymore, also read for the role of Kimberly.3. Rupert Everett's role as George was originally supposed to be much smaller. After the studio tested the film, he ended up being so beloved by audiences that the producers gave him a bigger part. 4. Julianne was supposed to end up in the arms of a new beau in the form of John Corbett, but that ending didn't test well with audiences. Enter Rupert Everett to say the day! Julianne and Rupert dance together, which made the final cut.5. The film was nominated for one Oscar -- Best Original Musical or Comedy Score. Julia Roberts and Rupert Everett both earned Golden Globe nominations for their performances and the film was nominated for Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical. 6. 1997 was a major standout year for summer blockbusters, and "My Best Friend's Wedding" was one of the year's top-grossing films. It was a global box office smash, too, ranking eighth among the highest-grossing films of the year. 7. Sequel? Probably not. In 2001, producer Jerry Zucker said there were talks going around about the concept of "My Best Friend's Divorce," which would find Kimmy and Michael (Dermot Mulroney) on the verge of a split, but they couldn't make it work. 8. A TV reboot was in the works for ABC back in 2015, which picked up where the movie left off. Unfortunately, the project didn't get off the ground. 9. A Chinese remake of the film was released in 2016.... read more
 
1. heinäkuuta 2017 3:11:18 Categories: Moviefone logo

How much coffee did the 'Friends' actually drink? 

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The "Friends" sure did love their coffee. Of course, since the gang - Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler, and Ross - liked to hang out at Central Perk, they naturally consumed a lot of <g class="gr_ gr_14 gr-alert gr_spell gr_inline_cards gr_run_anim ContextualSpelling ins-del multiReplace" data-gr-id="14" id="14">java</g>.&nbsp;... read more
 
30. kesäkuuta 2017 7:50:58 Categories: Moviefone logo

This is how much coffee the Friends characters drank in 10 seasons 

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The "Friends" sure did love their coffee. But just how much?&nbsp;... read more
 
29. kesäkuuta 2017 10:50:54 Categories: Moviefone logo

'Big Bang' star speaks out after house burns down 

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"The Big Bang Theory" star Johnny Galecki was not home, thankfully, when his home in San Luis Obispo County burned to the ground... read more
 
29. kesäkuuta 2017 6:49:52 Categories: Moviefone logo

14 Things You Never Knew About 'Magic Mike' 

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A male stripper might be lucky to get a few $20 bills stuffed into his G-string. For Channing Tatum, however, strip-club work turned into a movie franchise that has earned $290 million since the release five years ago this week of "Magic Mike" on June 29, 2012. Directed by Oscar-winner Steven Soderbergh, "Magic Mike" proved as much a hit among critics as it did with party-night moviegoers. Still, as many times as you've re-watched (and hit freeze-frame on) the movie, there's plenty you may not know about how the film came together. 1. Tatum has said he stripped for only eight months, when he was 18 and living in Tampa. "If you're going to do something stupid, do it when you're young," he told Moviefone. Of stripping, he said, "It's not something I'm proud of, but it's not something I'm ashamed of." 2. In developing his semi-autobiographical movie, Tatum initially wanted Nicolas Winding Refn, of "Drive" fame, to direct. The Danish director was interested but ultimately unavailable. 3. Since Tatum was already working with Soderbergh on "Haywire," he ended up developing the movie with him instead. 4. Tatum farmed out the actual screenwriting to his producing partner, Reid Carolin. The strip-club world that Carolin's script depicted was not nearly as bleak as the real thing. "I don't think we even scratch the surface of really how dark that place can get, and how slippery of a slope it can actually be," Tatum said at a "Magic Mike" press conference. "This was probably the most palatable version of this movie. Otherwise, you wouldn't want to see it twice. You'd just be like, 'Okay, I feel dirty now.'" 5. Matthew McConaughey was the first actor that Tatum and Soderbergh called. By the end of a ten-minute phone conversation, he had agreed to play impresario Dallas. "When he said 'yes,'" Soderbergh told the New Yorker, "it made the rest of the casting much easier." 6. Tatum and McConaughey's first face-to-face meeting was a research trip to a strip club outside New Orleans. As McConaughey told the Daily Beast, "The one thing I got from that: this is not these guys' real jobs. One guy I met that night was back from Afghanistan. Another guy was a lawyer and had three kids. They all looked like accountants when they were in street clothes." He added, "The other thing I learned is the production value is horrible. I said to Steven, 'Can I run this production?' I took off on that. I became P.T. Barnum. I was channeling Jim Morrison and Malcolm McDowell from 'A Clockwork Orange.'" 7. What you see in the film is all the actual actors flaunting what they've got, according to Tatum, who told Access Hollywood that there wasn't one "stunt butt" or stunt dancer. McConaughey also assured the Daily Beast that none of the actors stuffed their thongs, "All my guys go out there with what God gave us," he said. 8. Before playing stripper colleagues on screen, Joe Manganiello (Big D**k Richie) and Matt Bomer (Ken) were friends back in college at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon. 9. Having spent so much time showing off his shirtless abs as werewolf Alcide on "True Blood," Manganiello wasn't sure whether he wanted to risk typecasting by doing more of the same in "Magic Mike." He told the Los Angeles Times that he consulted Chris Rock, his co-star in "What To Expect When You're Expecting," telling the comedian, "'I just think dudes are going to hate my guts if I don't put a shirt on soon.' And Chris was like, 'Guys are going to hate your guts anyway. Brad Pitt spent 15 years with his shirt off. He's doing fine.'" 10. Even Tatum was nervous at having to dance in a thong. He recalled to the Times, "I'm about to go on stage and dance for the first time, and I'm like, 'Why did I want to do this again? This is completely not what I remembered.' I was terrified." 11. Initially, McConaughey didn't have a strip number of his own. So the "Ladies of Tampa" routine was created for him, and he co-wrote the song himself. The female extras went wild and nearly tore the actor's thong off, as you can see in the movie. 12. Days before the film's release, two Florida strippers -- who had danced alongside Tatum back in the day -- came forth and accused the filmmakers of stealing their life stories and their dance moves. At the press conference, Tatum insisted that the film was entirely fictional. "There's not one character that I took from my real life," he said. "This is just a world that I went into and that I had a perspective on, and we created everything from a fictional place." Saying he didn't want to disparage his accusers, he nonetheless added, "Those guys have been trying to make money off of me since I've gotten into this business." 13. Tatum and Soderbergh financed "Magic Mike" themselves, spending a mere $7 million and wrapping the shoot in just 25 days. It made back $114 million in North America and another $53 million abroad. 14. Bomer had a hard time letting go of his character. "I remember being at my sister's wedding reception a month after we wrapped, and I'd had a few drinks and -- all of a sudden -- I was doing body rolls on the dance floor," he said at the press conference. "I realized, 'Matt, it's time to let go. You can't take this with you. It's already been captured on film.'"... read more
 
28. kesäkuuta 2017 23:06:19 Categories: Moviefone logo

See the First Set Photos from 'Deadpool 2' 

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The first photos from the set of "Deadpool 2," are here and they show the foul-mouthed superhero (Ryan Reynolds) apparently crashing a kid's birthday party and jumping on a trampoline.&nbsp;... read more
 
27. kesäkuuta 2017 22:44:21 Categories: Moviefone logo
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