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Jennifer Lawrence Goes Insane in First Full ‘mother!‘ Trailer
Jennifer Lawrence Goes Insane in First Full ‘mother!‘ Trailer
There’s a whole lot to talk through in the newly released trailer for Darren Aronofsky’s psycho-horror fever dream mother!, but first things first: when will casting directors stop marring Jennifer Lawrence off to disproportionately older men? She was 17 years Christian Bale’s junior in American Hustle, 16 years younger than Silver Linings Playbook costar Bradley Cooper, and 14 years behind Joy’s Edgar Ramirez. Now, she trails newest romantic opposite Javier Bardem by a staggering 22 years. Is all of Hollywood under the impression that she’s Benjamin Buttoning, and secretly in her mid forties? We love to rag on Passengers (because it is not a good film, to be fair), but at least it gave Lawrence a boytoy slightly closer to her age range.
‘In Dubious Battle’ Features a James Franco Apple Revolt
‘In Dubious Battle’ Features a James Franco Apple Revolt
Here’s a question for you: does James Franco continue to make juvenile comedies as a way of subsidizing his serious work, or does he make serious movies to provide himself the latitude to make juvenile comedies? I honestly have no idea. For every The Night Before, there seems to be an As I Lay Dying; for every Why Him?, a Child of God. While many actors and aspiring filmmakers try to find their niche and consolidate their power, Franco seems to be split pretty evenly among his penchant for comedy and his desire for drama. He could win an Oscar or a Razzie at any given moment.
'Westworld' Star Ed Harris Talks Season 2 'Extreme Mode'
'Westworld' Star Ed Harris Talks Season 2 'Extreme Mode'
Long before we knew Westworld had the robot uprising in full swing by Season 1 finale “The Bicameral Mind,” or that Ed Harris’ Man in Black had a familiar alter-ego, we knew the character would be back for Season 2. Now, Harris previews his excitement for the “extreme mode” of Season 2, as well clarifying a few points of confusion from the finale.
Why the ‘Westworld’ William/Man in Black Theory Doesn’t Work
Why the ‘Westworld’ William/Man in Black Theory Doesn’t Work
Last night’s episode of Westworld, “Trace Decay,” featured a lengthy speech from the show’s mysterious Man in Black (Ed Harris) supposedly explaining his origins. He’s a “good guy” who spent his life as a philanthropist and family man. After his wife’s death, an apparent suicide, the Man was so distraught he came to Westworld looking to commit a truly horrible act. And thus this new persona was born.

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