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Pacific Rim Post....a sequel?!?! DEM TRIPLETS THO

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It's Monday morning, and the victor between "Pacific Rim" and "Grown Ups 2" has been determined....and it's "Despicable Me 2." Yes, in the great showdown that was set to take place this weekend between Guillermo Del Toro's monsters and Adam Sandler's farts, it was the minions who wound up winning. That being said, a third place finish likely wasn't what Warner Bros. was hoping for with their $190 million movie (though it did brisk business overseas) and it'll interesting to see if this turns into the franchise everyone involved was hoping for or not. The next couple of weeks will determine that, but until then, Del Toro has teased what might appear in part two, and brace yourself for some technical nerd talk.

"There was a line that I deleted from the movie that will come back if I do a second movie. Newt explained that the Kaiju are not carbon based organisms like humans, they are silicon based. The only part I left of his explanation is that they have a hive mentality, meaning that if you 'drift' with a Kaiju brain, you are drifting with every Kaiju alive," he told Bleeding Cool. "Depending on the duration of the drift the information might be complete or incomplete, but the Kaiju know everything the human drifts with them knows. That’s as much as I can tell you without spoiling the sequel. Well, that’s providing there is a sequel – if there isn’t one, I promise, I’ll spill the beans."

We're not sure how any of this even remotely constitutes a spoiler or being close to a spoiler -- all the drifting stuff in "Pacific Rim" didn't make much sense -- or how the silicon factor plays in, but perhaps it will make much more sense if/when he reveals where the sequel would have gone. And while Del Toro has admitted that his friend and filmmaker Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu helped him cut ten minutes out of the movie, don't expect a longer version on the eventual DVD.

"This is my director’s cut. There will not be an extended cut right now, we’re not planning on it, but there will be deleted scenes and they were deleted for a reason," he said, adding that he'll be recording the commentary soon but that this DVD extras as a whole might be leaner, because the "DVD and Blu-ray market is shrinking so we can’t be as extravagant as we were with other discs in the past."

But will some of that content include the alternate closing scenes to the movie that he shot? As Del Toro tells Badass Digest, he filmed three different scenarios for the concluding moments with Charlie Hunnam and Rinko Kikuchi. "When I was working on the movie we had three or four different versions of the relationship between Charlie and Rinko because I wanted to see if I could make a story about two people liking each other without having to end in a kiss," he explained. "So when I shot the ending we shot three versions. I’ve never done this before, but instinctively I thought we should do three versions. We did one version where they kiss and it almost felt weird. They’re good friends, they’re pals, good colleagues."

So why did he hold off on the smooch? "But the thing that stayed in the movie is the hint that there may be a love story one day, but it’s not there yet," he teased. Maybe in the sequel perhaps...if it gets made.

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Let's try this shit again, the video is now unlisted by their agency for whatever reason, but OP when into stalker mode after watching Pacific Rim (omg at dem Mechs)


if the vid doesn't work, click here
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Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on July 15, 1987. They are identical triplet known together as the "Luu brothers" or "Luu triplets". They started in the entertainment industry in 2004 and took on various projects including print ads, commercials and music videos. Their first major motion picture film is Pacific Rim, released in 2013, as the Wei Tang Triplets.

  • Gender: Male

  • Height: 6 feet 1 in (185cm)

  • Weight: 165 lbs (75kgs-ish)

  • Age Range: 25 - 26

  • Physique: Athletic

  • Hair Color: Black

  • Hair Length: Short

  • Eyes: Brown

  • Ethnicity: Asian (Half Chinese/Vietnamese)

  • Performance Skills: Martial Arts

  • Athletic Skills: Volleyball, Boxing, Swimming, Soccer, Rollerblading, Weight Lifting(yay), Martial Arts(yay), Basketball, Snowboarding(yaaay my all time fav snow sport), Track & Field

  • Born as identical triplet and has an older brother.

They/He(idk which one) appeared in some MV's and commercials, see if you can spot them/him


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lol what an awkward question, handled in an awkward way.
For more pics and shit click here
previous post here


Source: indiewire.com thebox.vn ImDJRevolution@yt 30SecondsToMarsVEVO@yt triplet's imdb page(they all have the same profile so im going to link only one fulcheragency@yt PopCandiesTv@yt Paparazzi XPosed@yt

Have you guys watched Pacific Rim yet?
I watched it yesterday with my friend and OMFG @ Crimson Typhoon & Cherno Alpha tbh and wtf @ Japan having a Jaegar but it never been shown in the movie :/
If you could design the Jaegar(dem giant ass robots) for your country what weapons will it have?
I'm from Australia and it would have a giant metal boomerang and didgeridoo, It's special weapon is a speaker blasting promises made by Tony Abbot. Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd will be the pilots
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