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The TV game show Jeopardy! has been around so long that riffs on its nerdish quality are a Saturday Night Livestaple and jokes about its answer-with-a-question format are commonplace.
So, it didn't take long for online commenters to weigh in on the Feb. 17 episode in which three white college students, including Texas A&M junior Tucker Pope, appeared to avoid the "African-American History" category.
Screen shots of the game board in the final minutes of the Double Jeopardy round showed African-American history still untouched after every other question had been asked, on topics as arcane as "Kiwi fauna."
Seth Green is not a fan of Ben Affleck’s casting as Batman in the upcoming “Man of Steel” sequel.
“Modern mainstream is accepting of interpretations of these characters with more gravitas, you know. We’re past the time of Adam West’s kind of goofy interpretation of Batman,” Green said on Ora TV’s “Larry King Now.”
The noted comic book nerd told host Larry King that he was a big fan of Michael Keaton, who played the first film iteration of the Caped Crusader in Tim Burton’s “Batman” (1989) and “Batman Returns” (1992).
“You gotta remember that at the core of that character, Batman’s a crazy person. Batman has no powers. Batman is a rich, screwed up kid whose parents were killed in front of him.”( Collapse )
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You probably know by now that Tom Hiddleston was named ELLE Man of The Year at the ELLE Style Awards. A fitting tribute to an actor, writer and ELLE cover star.
Because Tom was filming in Toronto on the night, we filmed his acceptance speech. In a locked hotel room. At midnight. With beer and burgers. Jealous, much?
However, the question people are asking is: why does Tom Hiddleston have a plaster on his head? So here are some options
a) We beat Tom around the head with a sterling silver candlestick to make him say nice things about ELLE?
b) Sex game gone wrong?
c) Sex game gone right?
d) Having completed the Donmar theatre Coriolanus run – during which he was suspended upside down and has his throat slit – without suffering bodily harm, he was bending over to pick up his bag and someone opened a door on his head.
Our Santa Fe event will not be THE Premiere for season four. One of those is in the works, for a city considerably larger than Santa Fe and a theatre considerably larger than the Jean Cocteau, but I will leave it for HBO to make that announcement when the time is ripe.
Our Santa Fe screenings will follow the big red carpet premiere, the way San Francisco and Seattle followed LA last year. We expect to have a red carpet too, though I make no promises about who might show up to walk on it... besides myself, of course. I'll be there, for sure.
We meet Rocket, but no dialogue yet - has Bradley Cooper recorded his voiceover, how much work is left to do on it, and how's he sounding? Also, how long did that line-up shot of Rocket take to create / how many people worked on it?
We’ve recorded most of Bradley’s dialogue already. I suppose you would expect me to tell you he’s fantastic and his characterisation of Rocket will blow your mind – so don’t believe me and just wait to see (or hear) it for yourself.
In all truth, we hired Bradley because he’s able to do both comedy and drama – it’s the thing I look for most in the actors on all my films – and to truly sell Rocket – for you to believe a Raccoon can talk (and blow up and shoot tons of stuff) we need a well-rounded actor.
To create the line-up shot for the trailer, 15 people worked on Rocket and 15 people worked on Groot. That’s 30 people. For one shot.