It's a pretty well-known fact that while some Bollywood films have their merit in the film industry, there are quite a few that are unbelievably bad. Today, we bring you another example of that as this action hero engages in the most unenthusiastic yet amazing fight scene that has ever happened on film. We're talking a level of lazy in which our hero throws one punch and somehow manages to hit both guys in the face simultaneously as they slowly walk towards him. The whole thing ends with the attackers looking at each other and gingerly sinking to their knees out of frame and thus ends the worst yet also the best Bollywood action sequence of all time. Have a look for yourself (action starts at 1:07) in the video below!
Kingsman: The Golden Circle is the continuation of 2015's over-the-top action film that introduced the world to the Kingsmen, a secret organization of spies.
If Kingsman: The Secret Service is James Bond on steroids, then the sequel is James Bond on steroids, ecstasy and mushrooms.
Watch the 60-second review from One Minute Critic:
If you haven't seen Kingsman: The Secret Service I have attached my review for that movie below.
I don't know about you, but I've always wanted to try the Strawberry Smiggles Cereal from Rick and Morty. Well, the cereal actually exists in real life now and you can buy it and eat it! A box of cereal will cost you $12.99, but it's got to be worth it! Right!? If you want to buy yourself a box or two or three, click here. It's an FYE exclusive. I've already ordered a box for myself! I hope it tastes good!
The mascot of Strawberry Smiggles is Tophat Jones, a parody of the cereal mascots of Lucky Charms and Trix. Here's the crazy commercial for the cereal in which we watch a couple kids tear into Tophat Jones belly and eat his guts. The cereal is just that good!
First of all, I just have to say how much I love Finn Wolfhard's name. It's pretty badass. The star of Stranger Things and IT is riding high off the success of these projects and now he's landed another lead role in a film called Dog Days.
If you're a dog fan, then you'll probably be into it. The story follows "a group of interconnected humans brought together by their canine counterparts as each faces hardships in life with their trusty pets at their side."
According to Deadline, Wolfhard will play a character named Tyler, who is described as "an altruistic and thoughtful pizza delivery boy."
Wolfhard is such a talented young actor and I think he's got a solid successful acting career ahead of him. He was great in IT! Hopefully, he continues to pick good prohjects to be a part of. The actor will join the previously cast Nina Dobrev (The Vampire Diaries).
Showtime has acquired the rights to Bill Clinton and James Patterson's upcoming novel The President is Missing and they will adapt it into a TV series. This actually sounds like it could be a pretty awesome series.
The story will center around "a sitting U.S. president’s disappearance, with the level of detail that only someone who has held the office can know." The fact that Clinton is involved with this whole thing is cool, especially with his first-hand knowledge of being a President implemented into the story.
Showtime Network president and CEO David Nevins had this to say in a statement:
“Bringing The President Is Missing to Showtime is a coup of the highest order. The pairing of President Clinton with fiction’s most gripping storyteller promises a kinetic experience, one that the book world has salivated over for months and that now will dovetail perfectly into a politically relevant, character-based action series for our network.”
“I’m really enjoying writing this book and working with Jim. And I can’t wait to see Showtime bring the characters to life.”
Patterson then went on to say:
“The White House is such an exciting world to explore and is made even more so with the unique insights of a former President. Rich storytelling opportunities for this series abound.”
The book is set to be published in June of 2018. I'm interested in seeing what kind of creative talent they bring on to develop the series and see how it turns out.
You want to hear what a tortured soul sounds like, you'll listen to this 1994 interview with Michael Jackson. He's not at all modest either, nor should he be as it's hard to dispute the guy put 100% into literally every performance he did. Jackson describes his voice as "godly" in this interview below, do you agree? It's really hard, for me at least, to remember the Michael in this interview compared to the one he was later in life, so I feel a little biased.
When it comes to the launch of the Nintendo Switch and the number of consoles that were available at launch, Reggie Fils-Aime believes Nintendo "Dramatically Over-Delievered" to consumers. Fils-Aime says that professional analysts in the field believed the console would sell under 2 million units in its first year, so the company responded appropriately and made 2.8 million consoles available at launch.
As we all know how the story goes, those were gone by the end of the first month.
So now Nintendo, whose last console sold 13.5 million units over its lifetime (the Nintendo Switch will have sold over half that number by the end of the first year according to analysts now), is being berated by consumers for underselling the console to increase demand. While I know its frustrating not to have the console you want right now, hopefully, these words from Reggie will offer people a bit of a reality check.
There was a VERY small community both professionally and mainstream who believed the Nintendo Switch would be a success even a couple months before launch, so frankly, it's no surprise that Nintendo produced their console appropriately. Producing 8 million consoles for launch on the off-chance people will be interested when the current leading experts in the field were explicitly saying it would not is smart business, bottom line.
That still doesn't change the fact that Switch consoles are hard to come by, I know, but maybe Reggie's triggering remarks will wake up the population of the gaming community as to how monumental this turnaround for the company has been, and that while the shortage is frustrating, it's also 100% justified considering the consumer climate prior to launch.
For those of you who are aspiring filmmakers, I've got some cool news for you today! Legendary director Martin Scorsese is launching an online course in the art of filmmaking!
In the course, Scorsese will deconstruct his films and provide insights into how he approaches filmmaking, including lessons on storytelling, editing and working with actors. The MasterClass course will include a downloadable workbook with lesson recaps and supplemental material. In addition, students enrolled in the class will be able to upload video questions to Scorsese, who will provide select feedback.
This is awesome and it's totally affordable! The class will debut in early 2018 through an online-education startup company called MasterClass and the class will only cost $90 for unlimited access to more than 20 video lessons. Scorsese had this to say in a statement:
“I was excited by this project because it gave me a chance to pass down my own inspirations and experiences and practices and evolutions. Not as a blueprint for how to make movies but as a guidepost, an offering to young people attempting to find their own way.”
If you want to get in on this action, you can pre-enroll starting today, Friday, September 22nd, at masterclass.com/ms.
The Fast & Furious Live arena show is coming and today we have a new trailer, a couple of posters, and all of the details you'll need to know about it. About a month ago we learned that Vin Diesel would star in the show, and it actually looks like it could be a ton of fun! If you're into racing cars and car stunts.
Universal Brand Development, Fast Live Productions and tour producers Live Nation Entertainment have announced that the Fast & Furious Live tour will premiere in London at the world famous O2 Arena on January 19th, 2018 before heading across Europe as part of the first leg of the global arena tour.
Below you will find all the details from the press release. Look them over and let us know if this is something you'd want to attend.
The action and excitement from one of the most popular and enduring film series of all-time will come to life in this ground-breaking live-arena tour. Check out a short Fast & Furious Live trailer below, as well as numerous photos in the gallery!
Creative director and executive producer of Fast & Furious Live Rowland French said: “It’s been years in the making, and we are beyond excited to finally show fellow fans what we have been creating in order to bring ‘Fast & Furious Live’ to the global stage. With this mix of extraordinary stunts, special effects, cutting-edge 3D-projection mapping – as well as drivers pushing their own limits — every performance will create an unforgettable experience for the live audience. Twenty-three cities across 14 countries is just the beginning for ‘Fast & Furious Live.’”
The adrenaline-fueled, two-hour show is set to be the most spectacular live arena production ever produced, featuring precision performance driving and newly-created, physics-defying stunts. Using favourite cars and locations that criss-cross the globe along with key scenes from the film series – created via state-of-the-art 3D projection mapping – fans will be transported straight into this immersive extension of the Fast & Furious movies.
“’Fast & Furious Live’ will allow audiences worldwide to experience the extreme action sequences from the franchise through an authentic live experience,” said Vince Klaseus, President, Universal Brand Development. “With this live show, we are redefining fan access and bringing audiences closer than ever to their favourite movie moments.”
Audiences will feel the heat from flaming exhausts and marvel at vehicular acrobatics as scene after scene unfolds enhanced by the most advanced digital projection technology imaginable. Featuring several original cars from the films, as well as exact replicas of fan favourites — from Dom’s legendary Dodge Charger to the flip car from Fast & Furious 6, Fast & Furious Live will evoke some of the boldest moments from the franchise.
Thousands of the world’s best stunt performers and drivers applied for the opportunity to join the production and, following extensive auditions, have been whittled down to the ultimate elite team who have started a rigorous 4-month training camp in preparation for the world tour. They will be joined by some of the world’s leading parkour athletes resulting in a truly global cast who will be performing incredible stunts and never-before-seen live action.
Executive President Touring International Music, Live Nation, Phil Bowdery said: “As the world’s largest live-entertainment company, we have been part of many incredible shows, but we are especially thrilled to be working on ‘Fast & Furious Live,’ which will offer fans a spectacle on an unprecedented scale.”
The European tour will debut with a ‘super-charged’ world premiere at London’s O2 arena on 19 January 2018 before heading across the continent to the biggest and best arenas in Belgium, Italy, Austria, Germany, Netherlands, France, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark.
Bender is one of the best parts of Futurama, and if he were in 2001: A Space Odyssey, he'd be the best part of that film as well! Listen to voice actor John DiMaggio do a scene as HAL 9000 below and see if you can keep yourself from laughing, or if like Rob Paulsen, you lose it like the rest of us.
Am I the only one who wants to see John DiMaggio redub the entire film now?