Twilight and Spencer actress Kristen Stewart admits she’s only made a small handful of “good” films.
“Ahead of the U.S. debut of her enthralling and Oscar-worthy performance as Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s biopic Spencer, Kristen Stewart is acknowledging the elephant in the room: her career hasn’t really been filled with critically acclaimed features, to say the least. ‘It’s a total crapshoot,’ Stewart says in a recent interview with The Sunday Times. ‘I’ve probably made five really good films, out of 45 or 50 films? Ones that I go, ‘Wow, that person made a top-to-bottom beautiful piece of work!’”
According to director James Wan, the now-canceled Aquaman spinoff about The Trench was secretly a Black Manta movie.
“We all thought the news was too weird to be true and, apparently, it was. Back in early 2019, we found out that hot on the heels of James Wan’s DC film Aquaman making a big box office splash (get it?), Warner Bros. was developing a smaller-scale, horror spinoff based on the creatures who appeared during its underwater trench sequence. The idea was so specific and weird but seemed like the perfect avenue for the director of Saw, Insidious, and Malignant to make a cool superhero horror movie.”
Metroid Prime has speedrunners now, and they are beating the entire game in just an hour and a half.
“There comes a time in every game’s life-cycle when speedrunners crack the code, and a baseline time against which to compete reveals itself. Now that we’re a few weeks removed from the release of Metroid Prime, such a benchmark has crystallized: The game’s fastest players are racing from start to finish in about an hour and a half.”
Lucky, the lovable one-eyed canine, steals the show on the official post for Hawkeye.
“Hawkeye is the next big Marvel show hitting Disney+, and with it comes the holiday season! The show is set during Christmastime, and it seems as if we’re going to see Clint Barton in his full Scrooge-ness from the trailer and footage that we’ve gotten so far. But now we also know that he’s not the only one getting into the spirit.”
Remember that strange scene in Star Trek Into Darkness featuring Alice Eve? Despite internet hate, she’s proud of that moment.
“Star Trek once promised to boldly go where no man has gone before. But Alice Eve knows science fiction can go much further by foregrounding women within its strange new worlds. ‘A lot of women in sci-fi are self-sufficient,’ says the actress, who played one such character — Dr. Carol Marcus — in 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness, though not without controversy.”
Former NFL superstar quarterbacks and brothers Peyton and Eli Manning bring new life to live sports television broadcasts.
“The Manning brothers took a one-fifth season hiatus, but they were back yesterday for the fourth Manningcast of the 2021 NFL Season. Eli and Peyton returned to their respective dens, or basements, or whatever on ESPN2 providing their commentary on a low-scoring Saints-Seahawks Monday Night Football matchup in which New Orleans slipped by, 13-10.”