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#7043

Exactly and Smith has already made a clone of himself. :wink:


#7044

Probably his Fresh Prince hi-top fade


#7045

His less talented clone.


#7046

He’s can be a bit annoying but he’s done some good work. I liked him in The Get Down as I thought it played to his strengths like Fresh Prince of Bel Air played to Will’s. Plus he’s a kid growing up in the spotlight. So I’m willing to give him some room to figure it out.


#7047

Yeah, his character in the Get Down really did play to his angle on things. I wouldn’t count him out yet.


#7048

#7049

I’m sure that whatever box office Fury had was damaged with it being leaked during the Sony hack. I think it happened while it was still playing in cinemas, right?


#7050

It was, but how many (otherwise paying) customers opted to download the film is impossible to know for sure.

As I said; it did fine. $68M budget, $211m global box office. For a pretty harsh and very serious war film, that’s not bad going.


#7051

Well that trailer for an uplifting story of a man having to choose between his career in a capitalist workplace and his family/sick son certainly bored me to tears.

Also, I feel like I have seen the movie after watching that trailer.


#7052

This is a fascinating video about the use of accents in movies and television:


#7053

How dare this video accuse Keanu Reeves’ british accent of not being flawless?


#7054

Exclusive: Director Reginald Hudlin talks “Boomerang” 25 Years Later, “Marshall,” and More

http://hudlinentertainment.com/exclusive-director-reginald-hudlin-talks-boomerang-25-years-later-marshall-and-more/


#7055

I’ve come to the conclusion that Michael Fassbender should only play Irish characters from now on.

Maybe German as well (I can’t judge his accent when he switches languages).


#7056

When he speaks German in an interview, there is a very heavy English accent. In Inglorious Bastards and First Class, it’s there but hardly noticeable, so I expect they worked a lot on getting those few sentences right. The only thing out of place in IG are the "r"s really.


#7057

#7058

No wonder it’s a classic


#7059

I always wondered whether Mel Brooks had actually seen Star Wars, because Spaceballs seems more like a parody made by someone who has only seen the trailers or been told the gist of what Star Wars is about and wasn’t very interested beyond that.

So I wouldn’t be surprised if it wasn’t only the cinematographer who fell asleep watching it, but also Mel himself.


#7060

No wonder it’s a classic 2: the search for more likes


#7061

Talking about 'Dunkirk to co-workers from outside the UK.

They’re unfamiliar with the story and when I started to answer their questions they suddenly decided they didn’t want any spoilers.

So maybe Nolan is onto something afterall?


#7062