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Eternals producer Nate Moore explains how the 26th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will recontextualize how fans view existing characters.

Eternals producer Nate Moore explains how the 26th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will recontextualize how fans view existing characters. Based on the Marvel Comics race of the same name, director Chloé Zhao’s Eternals stars an ensemble cast including Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Kit Harington, Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani, Brian Tyree Henry, and Dong-seok Ma, Don Lee, Lia McHugh, and Lauren Ridloff. As part of the MCU’s Phase 4, the film will introduce a new team of heroes in the post-Avengers era.

Eternals will follow its eponymous group of immortals, who have been secretly residing on Earth for 7,000 years. As addressed in the movie’s trailers, the Eternals were instructed by their creators, the Celestials, not to interfere in any human conflicts unless their evil counterparts, the Deviants, are involved. Therefore, the Eternals stayed relatively impartial throughout history, including Thanos’ attack on the planet in Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. When Iron Man reversed the Mad Titan’s snap in the latter, an “emergence” occurred, which will prompt the Eternals to re-assemble.


Related: Eternals’ Origin Changes Open The Door For MCU Greek Gods

During Screen Rant’s visit to the Eternals set last year, producer Nate Moore explained how the film will recontextualize existing MCU characters. The Eternals have been around since long before the WWII events of Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), setting them up as more than well-informed. Read what Moore had to say below:

“These characters again, have been around for all of the movies that we’ve loved and know the characters that we know to some degree, so there is a notion that it might recontextualize a couple of characters and how you view them. But again, it is also very self-contained to some degree.”

Eternals Poster

Suffice to say, the Avengers are famous in the MCU. Even though the Eternals have sworn an oath of non-interference, like What If…?’s The Watcher, they’ve presumably played close attention to the adventures of Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, and the rest of the Avengers, and have most likely seen things audiences haven’t. The first Eternals trailer ends with the Eternals at a family dinner, discussing who will lead the Avengers now that “Captain Rogers” and Iron Man are gone. Madden’s Ikaris says “I could lead them,” prompting laughter from his fellow immortals. In the most recent trailer, Ikaris utters “Eternals assemble“—it’s clear that not only is he aware of existing characters, but maybe even a fan (or envious?).

Both the Avengers and the Eternals assemble out of necessity. Eternals is sure to outline the backstories and motives of each immortal, similar to the MCU’s first phase before they ultimately come together. It seems safe to assume that the events of the film will lead to other MCU characters becoming aware of their existence—whether this is revealed in a cameo capacity or mid/post-credits scene—changing the power structure and dynamics of the franchise as we know it.

More: Marvel Is About To Make The Avengers Unnecessary

  • Eternals (2021)Release date: Nov 05, 2021
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)Release date: Dec 17, 2021
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)Release date: Mar 25, 2022
  • Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)Release date: May 06, 2022
  • The Marvels/Captain Marvel 2 (2022)Release date: Nov 11, 2022
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever/Black Panther 2 (2022)Release date: Jul 08, 2022
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)Release date: Feb 17, 2023
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)Release date: May 05, 2023

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Ma’s Ending Explained


About The Author

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Eternals producer Nate Moore explains how the 26th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will recontextualize how fans view existing characters.

Eternals producer Nate Moore explains how the 26th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will recontextualize how fans view existing characters. Based on the Marvel Comics race of the same name, director Chloé Zhao’s Eternals stars an ensemble cast including Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Kit Harington, Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani, Brian Tyree Henry, and Dong-seok Ma, Don Lee, Lia McHugh, and Lauren Ridloff. As part of the MCU’s Phase 4, the film will introduce a new team of heroes in the post-Avengers era.

Eternals will follow its eponymous group of immortals, who have been secretly residing on Earth for 7,000 years. As addressed in the movie’s trailers, the Eternals were instructed by their creators, the Celestials, not to interfere in any human conflicts unless their evil counterparts, the Deviants, are involved. Therefore, the Eternals stayed relatively impartial throughout history, including Thanos’ attack on the planet in Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. When Iron Man reversed the Mad Titan’s snap in the latter, an “emergence” occurred, which will prompt the Eternals to re-assemble.


Related: Eternals’ Origin Changes Open The Door For MCU Greek Gods

During Screen Rant’s visit to the Eternals set last year, producer Nate Moore explained how the film will recontextualize existing MCU characters. The Eternals have been around since long before the WWII events of Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), setting them up as more than well-informed. Read what Moore had to say below:

“These characters again, have been around for all of the movies that we’ve loved and know the characters that we know to some degree, so there is a notion that it might recontextualize a couple of characters and how you view them. But again, it is also very self-contained to some degree.”

Eternals Poster

Suffice to say, the Avengers are famous in the MCU. Even though the Eternals have sworn an oath of non-interference, like What If…?’s The Watcher, they’ve presumably played close attention to the adventures of Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, and the rest of the Avengers, and have most likely seen things audiences haven’t. The first Eternals trailer ends with the Eternals at a family dinner, discussing who will lead the Avengers now that “Captain Rogers” and Iron Man are gone. Madden’s Ikaris says “I could lead them,” prompting laughter from his fellow immortals. In the most recent trailer, Ikaris utters “Eternals assemble“—it’s clear that not only is he aware of existing characters, but maybe even a fan (or envious?).

Both the Avengers and the Eternals assemble out of necessity. Eternals is sure to outline the backstories and motives of each immortal, similar to the MCU’s first phase before they ultimately come together. It seems safe to assume that the events of the film will lead to other MCU characters becoming aware of their existence—whether this is revealed in a cameo capacity or mid/post-credits scene—changing the power structure and dynamics of the franchise as we know it.

More: Marvel Is About To Make The Avengers Unnecessary

  • Eternals (2021)Release date: Nov 05, 2021
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)Release date: Dec 17, 2021
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)Release date: Mar 25, 2022
  • Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)Release date: May 06, 2022
  • The Marvels/Captain Marvel 2 (2022)Release date: Nov 11, 2022
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever/Black Panther 2 (2022)Release date: Jul 08, 2022
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)Release date: Feb 17, 2023
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)Release date: May 05, 2023

Ma Movie Ending Explained

Ma’s Ending Explained


About The Author

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Seven-year-old Aubrey Romero had surgery to remove a malignant dentinogenic ghost cell tumor. Her classmates raised $3,175 by the end of school on Friday.

BRADENTON, Fla. — Teachers and students at Sea Breeze Elementary School in Bradenton put on purple clothes and accessories for a special day.

They are raising money to help a schoolmate who is battling a rare form of cancer.

“I am at the doctor’s, they’re wearing purple day today, it’s purple day Friday,” said Aubrey Romero via FaceTime. Aubrey was at a doctor’s office in Miami with her mom awaiting a scan.

The 7-year-old has had a rare cancerous ghost cell tumor weigh down on her big smile.

Scientifically known as a malignant dentinogenic ghost cell tumor, it started out as what Aubrey’s parents thought was a tooth infection.

After several trips to the dentist and antibiotic treatments, her case was referred to a specialist who discovered how grave the situation was.

“Her face was swelling up, it went into her optical nerve and they were able to operate on the ghost cell tumor. It was a long long ordeal and they had to reconstruct her face after that,” said Aubrey’s teacher, Lori Schumaker.

Schumaker said doctors had to remove Aubrey’s gums, parts of her teeth and lip to get the tumor out. However, several more scans that followed showed cancer cells near the little girl’s brain and skull. Now, Aubrey faces months of radiation and possibly chemotherapy, according to Schumaker.

The new development has spurred her school friends into action with Aubrey Day. It’s a day they set out to honor their friend and help raise funds for piling medical bills, all dressed in purple.

“Why are we dressing purple because we are supporting Aubrey,” said Elizabeth, a classmate.

“It is Aubrey’s favorite color,” said Crimson, one of Aubrey’s friends. She said Aubrey made pink beaded bracelets for her while in the hospital.

Schumaker kicked off the fundraiser, which has been largely driven by students in her second-grade class and the school at large. The children are sharing Aubrey’s story with their families and at places like church.

The students made posters and donated $1 or more to support Aubrey. One girl said she raised $10 at home.

Donations are also coming from parents and the community. By the close of school on Friday, the students had raised $3,175. Some of the students told 10 Tampa Bay they wanted to raise $30,000 because they know Aubrey’s mom can’t go to work because she has to stay at the hospital.

“The kids feel involved, the kids have felt like they’ve had a place in this and they’ve been involved,” Schumaker said.

The students also had messages they wanted to share with Aubrey. The entire third-grade class wrote notes on strips of cards and stapled them into a paper chain. The messages ranged from words of encouragement to messages of hope to simple thoughts and prayers.

“How much we miss her and how much we love her,” Geriam said.

“We’ve been writing notes to her and one thing that and one thing that’s really special to us is that she’s in our hearts and that we pray for her,” Crimson added.

“We just wish will come back soon we’re missing her so much,” William said.

Aubrey, too, can’t wait to reunite with her friends and get back to normal activities she loves like reading and recess.

“I miss you. Thank you for wearing purple and I love you Ms. Schumaker,” Aubrey said.

“I love you, too, Aubrey,” responded Schumaker, fighting back tears.

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Seven-year-old Aubrey Romero had surgery to remove a malignant dentinogenic ghost cell tumor. Her classmates raised $3,175 by the end of school on Friday.

BRADENTON, Fla. — Teachers and students at Sea Breeze Elementary School in Bradenton put on purple clothes and accessories for a special day.

They are raising money to help a schoolmate who is battling a rare form of cancer.

“I am at the doctor’s, they’re wearing purple day today, it’s purple day Friday,” said Aubrey Romero via FaceTime. Aubrey was at a doctor’s office in Miami with her mom awaiting a scan.

The 7-year-old has had a rare cancerous ghost cell tumor weigh down on her big smile.

Scientifically known as a malignant dentinogenic ghost cell tumor, it started out as what Aubrey’s parents thought was a tooth infection.

After several trips to the dentist and antibiotic treatments, her case was referred to a specialist who discovered how grave the situation was.

“Her face was swelling up, it went into her optical nerve and they were able to operate on the ghost cell tumor. It was a long long ordeal and they had to reconstruct her face after that,” said Aubrey’s teacher, Lori Schumaker.

Schumaker said doctors had to remove Aubrey’s gums, parts of her teeth and lip to get the tumor out. However, several more scans that followed showed cancer cells near the little girl’s brain and skull. Now, Aubrey faces months of radiation and possibly chemotherapy, according to Schumaker.

The new development has spurred her school friends into action with Aubrey Day. It’s a day they set out to honor their friend and help raise funds for piling medical bills, all dressed in purple.

“Why are we dressing purple because we are supporting Aubrey,” said Elizabeth, a classmate.

“It is Aubrey’s favorite color,” said Crimson, one of Aubrey’s friends. She said Aubrey made pink beaded bracelets for her while in the hospital.

Schumaker kicked off the fundraiser, which has been largely driven by students in her second-grade class and the school at large. The children are sharing Aubrey’s story with their families and at places like church.

The students made posters and donated $1 or more to support Aubrey. One girl said she raised $10 at home.

Donations are also coming from parents and the community. By the close of school on Friday, the students had raised $3,175. Some of the students told 10 Tampa Bay they wanted to raise $30,000 because they know Aubrey’s mom can’t go to work because she has to stay at the hospital.

“The kids feel involved, the kids have felt like they’ve had a place in this and they’ve been involved,” Schumaker said.

The students also had messages they wanted to share with Aubrey. The entire third-grade class wrote notes on strips of cards and stapled them into a paper chain. The messages ranged from words of encouragement to messages of hope to simple thoughts and prayers.

“How much we miss her and how much we love her,” Geriam said.

“We’ve been writing notes to her and one thing that and one thing that’s really special to us is that she’s in our hearts and that we pray for her,” Crimson added.

“We just wish will come back soon we’re missing her so much,” William said.

Aubrey, too, can’t wait to reunite with her friends and get back to normal activities she loves like reading and recess.

“I miss you. Thank you for wearing purple and I love you Ms. Schumaker,” Aubrey said.

“I love you, too, Aubrey,” responded Schumaker, fighting back tears.

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RELATED: One Quote From Each Character In Squid Game That Sums Up Their Personality

The survival drama features some of the most prominent South Korean actors working today, but if it was remade for American audiences, which talented performers could make the series just as special as it already is?


Seong Gi -Hun – Keanu Reeves

Lee Jung-jae as Seong Gi-hunin Squid Game beside a picture of Keanu Reeves as John Wick in John Wick 2

Seong Gi-hun is a down-on-his-luck father desperate to build a better life for his family by getting out of crippling gambling debts. The reluctant hero archetype that Keanu Reeves has come to embody over the last several years would serve him well in this role. Reeves is also notably one of the only A-listers who hasn’t headlined a series in the era of prestige TV.

If there’s one man who has captured what having nothing left to lose looks like, it’s Reeves. His role as assassin-turned-rogue John Wick in the graphically violent — but no less beautiful — action franchise of the same name has made him an even more iconic star than playing Neo in The Matrix trilogy.

Cho Sang-Woo – Mads Mikkelsen

Park Hae Soo as Cho Sang-woo in Squid Game beside a picture of Mads Mikkelsen as Lucas in The Hunt

Known for playing cerebral characters capable of explosive action, Mads Mikkelsen has made a career out of making audiences wonder what’s going on behind his thousand-yard stare. As Cho Sang-woo, Gi-hun’s childhood friend turned competitor in the games, Mikkelsen would bring the right amount of calculating intelligence and brutal physicality.

A fixture of Danish cinema since the ’90s, Mikkelsen exploded onto the worldwide stage when he played one of the best Bond villains, Le Chiffre, in Casino Royale. The actor gaine further notoriety for his unnerving portrayal of horror icon Hannibal Lecter in the NBC series Hannibal and the main villain in Doctor Strange.

Kang Sae -Byeok – Zendaya

HoYeon Jung as Kang Sae-byeok in Squid Game beside Zendaya as Rue in Euphoria

Making a name for herself in mercurial and antisocial roles, Zendaya would be able to do justice to the cynical yet secretly compassionate Kang Sae-byeok, the North Korean defector who begrudgingly joins Gi-hun and Sang-woo’s group despite being a lone wolf.

Zendaya has recently starred in the critically acclaimed Euphoria for HBO, as well as big-budget movies like The Greatest Showman and Dune. Like the character of Sae-byeok, Zendaya comes across as wise beyond her young years, capable of conveying the pickpocket with a conscience.

Oh The Nam – Morgan Freeman

Yeong-su Oh as Oh il-nam in Squid Game beside Morgan Freeman in 5 Flights Up

The unassuming Oh Il-nam, with his childlike innocence that belies an incredible secret, seems like a character that the much-revered Morgan Freeman would have a great deal of fun with. The journey of the old man struggling to get through the games with a brain tumor would benefit from Freeman’s particular brand of tenacity, especially when imparting worldly advice to his younger teammates.

RELATED: 9 Most Selfless Things The Characters Did In Squid Game, Ranked

Freeman has an enormous range, playing everyone from God in movies like Bruce Almighty to a morally ambiguous convict in The Shawshank Redemption, so the complexity inherent to this character’s performance wouldn’t faze him at all.

Ji-Yeong-Selena Gomez

Lee Yoo-mi as Ji-yeong in Squid Game beside Selena Gomez in Only Murders in the Building

Selena Gomez may be known to many fans as a singer and former Disney star, but the talented actress has started to embark on a career spanning other genres, including more mature movies and television. Ji-yeong may come across as a jaded young woman but beneath her edgy disposition is a genuine friend who reminds Sae-byeok about what’s important.

In recent series like Only Murders in the Building and ironic comedies like The Fundamentals of Caring, Gomez is an ace at playing young, skeptical characters with an apathetic air that conceals wounded hearts with enormous capacities for compassion.

Ali Abdul – Rahul Kohli

Anupam Tripathi as Ali Abdul in Squid Game beside Rahul Kohli as Dr.  Ravi Chakrabarti in iZombie

Compassionate and selfless, Ali Abdul is a fan-favorite character who, despite having a family he’s trying to provide for, constantly puts himself in harm’s way to save his teammates in the games. As an up-and-coming star known for playing selfless, brave characters, Rahul Kohli would represent all of Ali’s best qualities.

RELATED: 10 Ways Midnight Mass Is Mike Flanagan’s Best Horror Series

Lately, Kohli can be seen in two of Mike Flanagan’s horror series, playing a Muslim sheriff in Midnight Mass and an adorable cook in The Haunting of Bly Manor, and before that was known for playing a doctor on Zombie. Surely, none of the gore witnessed in Squid Game would unsettle this pro.

Jang Deok-Su – Michael Shannon

Heo Sung tae as Jang Deok-su in Squid Game beside Michael Shannon as Agent Strickland in The Shape of Water

With his imposing physical presence, Michael Shannon is great at playing villains, but he still manages to be more than a rote antagonist thanks to the complexity he conveys with the subtlest facial expressions. The character of Deok-su, who manages to seem like more than a simple street thug (he has the only prominent romantic relationship in the whole of Squid Game), would make ample use of Shannon’s trademark intensity.

Shannon has played larger-than-life superhero bullies like General Zod in Man of Steel and sadistic authority figures in The Shape of Water, but he truly shines in ensemble television series like Boardwalk Empire, where his interactions with the other characters give insight into the inner workings of his own.

Hwang Jun-Ho – Henry Golding

Wi Ha-joon as Hwang Jun-ho in Squid Game beside Henry Golding as Snake Eyes in Gi.I. Joe: Snake Eyes

As the intrepid and altruistic police officer Hwang Jun-ho, who better to go diving into the inner workings of the games than Henry Golding? The actor has become increasingly sought-after to play morally upstanding but conflicted leading men with complicated pasts.

Golding has recently been seen in everything from action-packed gangster movies like The Gentlemen to playing the love interest in Crazy Rich Asians, but he’s received worldwide attention for starring in G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes in the title role.

Han Mi-Nyeo – Regina Hall

Kim Joo-ryeong as Han Mi-nyeo in Squid Game beside Regina Hall as Carmel in Nine Perfect Strangers

Han Mi-nyeo goes from being a frightened single mother desperate to leave the games to one of its most powerful players, and Regina Hall’s ability to transform from meek and mild-mannered to tough and determined would make her an ideal choice for the part.

Hall has mostly been known for her role in the Scary Movie franchise, but in recent ensemble series like the thought-provoking Nine Perfect Strangers, in which she played a sympathetic but violent victim of adultery, she’s proven that she can handle anything Squid Game might throw at her.

The Frontman – Ken Watanabe

Lee Byung-hun as the Front Man in Squid Game beside Ken Watanabe as Katsumoto from The Last Samurai

In order to play the mysterious Front Man, the gaming warden who ensures the efficacy and efficiency of the games and their rules, an actor of considerable screen presence is warranted. Ken Watanabe, known for playing characters of great respect and authority with tragic backstories, more than fits the bill.

From The Last Samurai to Letters from Iwo Jima and Memoirs of a Geisha, Watanabe has proven he can convincingly play characters who vacillate between being incredibly cruel and powerfully sympathetic, just like the Front Man.

NEXT: The Best & Worst Decisions Squid Game Players Made

Squid Game season 2 needs to explain biggest plot hole

Squid Game Season 2 Needs To Explain Its Biggest Plot Hole


About The Author

" } ["wfw"]=> array(1) { ["commentrss"]=> string(81) "https://moustachebrothers.com/squid-game-fan-casting-the-american-tv-remake/feed/" } ["slash"]=> array(1) { ["comments"]=> string(1) "0" } ["summary"]=> string(590) "Squid Game, the K-drama that pits disenfranchised people against each other in deadly games for a huge cash prize, has become one of the biggest series to ever hit Netflix. With its humanistic storylines, adrenaline-filled action sequences, and deeply felt social commentary, its popularity only continues to grow as new fans discover it on the ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(28128) "

Squid Game, the K-drama that pits disenfranchised people against each other in deadly games for a huge cash prize, has become one of the biggest series to ever hit Netflix. With its humanistic storylines, adrenaline-filled action sequences, and deeply felt social commentary, its popularity only continues to grow as new fans discover it on the streaming platform.

RELATED: One Quote From Each Character In Squid Game That Sums Up Their Personality

The survival drama features some of the most prominent South Korean actors working today, but if it was remade for American audiences, which talented performers could make the series just as special as it already is?


Seong Gi -Hun – Keanu Reeves

Lee Jung-jae as Seong Gi-hunin Squid Game beside a picture of Keanu Reeves as John Wick in John Wick 2

Seong Gi-hun is a down-on-his-luck father desperate to build a better life for his family by getting out of crippling gambling debts. The reluctant hero archetype that Keanu Reeves has come to embody over the last several years would serve him well in this role. Reeves is also notably one of the only A-listers who hasn’t headlined a series in the era of prestige TV.

If there’s one man who has captured what having nothing left to lose looks like, it’s Reeves. His role as assassin-turned-rogue John Wick in the graphically violent — but no less beautiful — action franchise of the same name has made him an even more iconic star than playing Neo in The Matrix trilogy.

Cho Sang-Woo – Mads Mikkelsen

Park Hae Soo as Cho Sang-woo in Squid Game beside a picture of Mads Mikkelsen as Lucas in The Hunt

Known for playing cerebral characters capable of explosive action, Mads Mikkelsen has made a career out of making audiences wonder what’s going on behind his thousand-yard stare. As Cho Sang-woo, Gi-hun’s childhood friend turned competitor in the games, Mikkelsen would bring the right amount of calculating intelligence and brutal physicality.

A fixture of Danish cinema since the ’90s, Mikkelsen exploded onto the worldwide stage when he played one of the best Bond villains, Le Chiffre, in Casino Royale. The actor gaine further notoriety for his unnerving portrayal of horror icon Hannibal Lecter in the NBC series Hannibal and the main villain in Doctor Strange.

Kang Sae -Byeok – Zendaya

HoYeon Jung as Kang Sae-byeok in Squid Game beside Zendaya as Rue in Euphoria

Making a name for herself in mercurial and antisocial roles, Zendaya would be able to do justice to the cynical yet secretly compassionate Kang Sae-byeok, the North Korean defector who begrudgingly joins Gi-hun and Sang-woo’s group despite being a lone wolf.

Zendaya has recently starred in the critically acclaimed Euphoria for HBO, as well as big-budget movies like The Greatest Showman and Dune. Like the character of Sae-byeok, Zendaya comes across as wise beyond her young years, capable of conveying the pickpocket with a conscience.

Oh The Nam – Morgan Freeman

Yeong-su Oh as Oh il-nam in Squid Game beside Morgan Freeman in 5 Flights Up

The unassuming Oh Il-nam, with his childlike innocence that belies an incredible secret, seems like a character that the much-revered Morgan Freeman would have a great deal of fun with. The journey of the old man struggling to get through the games with a brain tumor would benefit from Freeman’s particular brand of tenacity, especially when imparting worldly advice to his younger teammates.

RELATED: 9 Most Selfless Things The Characters Did In Squid Game, Ranked

Freeman has an enormous range, playing everyone from God in movies like Bruce Almighty to a morally ambiguous convict in The Shawshank Redemption, so the complexity inherent to this character’s performance wouldn’t faze him at all.

Ji-Yeong-Selena Gomez

Lee Yoo-mi as Ji-yeong in Squid Game beside Selena Gomez in Only Murders in the Building

Selena Gomez may be known to many fans as a singer and former Disney star, but the talented actress has started to embark on a career spanning other genres, including more mature movies and television. Ji-yeong may come across as a jaded young woman but beneath her edgy disposition is a genuine friend who reminds Sae-byeok about what’s important.

In recent series like Only Murders in the Building and ironic comedies like The Fundamentals of Caring, Gomez is an ace at playing young, skeptical characters with an apathetic air that conceals wounded hearts with enormous capacities for compassion.

Ali Abdul – Rahul Kohli

Anupam Tripathi as Ali Abdul in Squid Game beside Rahul Kohli as Dr.  Ravi Chakrabarti in iZombie

Compassionate and selfless, Ali Abdul is a fan-favorite character who, despite having a family he’s trying to provide for, constantly puts himself in harm’s way to save his teammates in the games. As an up-and-coming star known for playing selfless, brave characters, Rahul Kohli would represent all of Ali’s best qualities.

RELATED: 10 Ways Midnight Mass Is Mike Flanagan’s Best Horror Series

Lately, Kohli can be seen in two of Mike Flanagan’s horror series, playing a Muslim sheriff in Midnight Mass and an adorable cook in The Haunting of Bly Manor, and before that was known for playing a doctor on Zombie. Surely, none of the gore witnessed in Squid Game would unsettle this pro.

Jang Deok-Su – Michael Shannon

Heo Sung tae as Jang Deok-su in Squid Game beside Michael Shannon as Agent Strickland in The Shape of Water

With his imposing physical presence, Michael Shannon is great at playing villains, but he still manages to be more than a rote antagonist thanks to the complexity he conveys with the subtlest facial expressions. The character of Deok-su, who manages to seem like more than a simple street thug (he has the only prominent romantic relationship in the whole of Squid Game), would make ample use of Shannon’s trademark intensity.

Shannon has played larger-than-life superhero bullies like General Zod in Man of Steel and sadistic authority figures in The Shape of Water, but he truly shines in ensemble television series like Boardwalk Empire, where his interactions with the other characters give insight into the inner workings of his own.

Hwang Jun-Ho – Henry Golding

Wi Ha-joon as Hwang Jun-ho in Squid Game beside Henry Golding as Snake Eyes in Gi.I. Joe: Snake Eyes

As the intrepid and altruistic police officer Hwang Jun-ho, who better to go diving into the inner workings of the games than Henry Golding? The actor has become increasingly sought-after to play morally upstanding but conflicted leading men with complicated pasts.

Golding has recently been seen in everything from action-packed gangster movies like The Gentlemen to playing the love interest in Crazy Rich Asians, but he’s received worldwide attention for starring in G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes in the title role.

Han Mi-Nyeo – Regina Hall

Kim Joo-ryeong as Han Mi-nyeo in Squid Game beside Regina Hall as Carmel in Nine Perfect Strangers

Han Mi-nyeo goes from being a frightened single mother desperate to leave the games to one of its most powerful players, and Regina Hall’s ability to transform from meek and mild-mannered to tough and determined would make her an ideal choice for the part.

Hall has mostly been known for her role in the Scary Movie franchise, but in recent ensemble series like the thought-provoking Nine Perfect Strangers, in which she played a sympathetic but violent victim of adultery, she’s proven that she can handle anything Squid Game might throw at her.

The Frontman – Ken Watanabe

Lee Byung-hun as the Front Man in Squid Game beside Ken Watanabe as Katsumoto from The Last Samurai

In order to play the mysterious Front Man, the gaming warden who ensures the efficacy and efficiency of the games and their rules, an actor of considerable screen presence is warranted. Ken Watanabe, known for playing characters of great respect and authority with tragic backstories, more than fits the bill.

From The Last Samurai to Letters from Iwo Jima and Memoirs of a Geisha, Watanabe has proven he can convincingly play characters who vacillate between being incredibly cruel and powerfully sympathetic, just like the Front Man.

NEXT: The Best & Worst Decisions Squid Game Players Made

Squid Game season 2 needs to explain biggest plot hole

Squid Game Season 2 Needs To Explain Its Biggest Plot Hole


About The Author

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Book tickets to: The Tragedy of Macbeth

Here’s a mighty dilemma for a director. If you cast, for her UK stage debut, quadruple Academy Award nominee Saoirse Ronan, in a part that all but disappears just after the halfway point of the action, what do you do? You engineer some judicious expanding of Lady Macbeth’s dramatic remit, that’s what, and allow her to remain centre stage even after her death, writes Fiona Mountford in her four-star review.

Read: Did I Say That Out Loud?

Jane Garvey and Fi Glover have wrangled the spirit of their podcast, Fortunately, into a book: Did I Say That Out Loud?, a collection of acerbic essays on subjects like “The Fetishisation of Domesticity”, “Things I Wish I’d Known Before Leaving Home”, “Slipping Into Middle Age”; their upbringings, their broadcasting careers; the north-south divide; technology; wellness; motherhood (both have two children, teenage and early twenties). Read Deputy Arts Editor Sarah Carson’s interview with the duo here.

Listen to: Adele

Adele’s comeback single “Easy On Me” is a piano ballad in which a young woman asks for understanding after ending a relationship – though it could just as easily function as a plea for mercy following an outrageous case of littering, writes Fiona Sturges in her four-star review.

Watch: The Last Duel

Ridley Scott’s 14th-century epic The Last Duel delivers all of the clinking armour, grisly medieval battles and internecine power plays among gentry that you might hope for from a film-maker well known for his ability to direct the hell out of a Hollywood historical epic (à la Gladiator). But Scott’s violent film also turns out to be a rather surprising stab at a #MeToo parable. Read Christina Newland’s four-star review here.

Catch up with: Who Do You Think You Are?

Over the 17 years Who Do You Think You Are? has been on air, producers have convinced some major stars to follow their family tree: Kate Winslet, Olivia Colman, Sir Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi have all taken part, and this latest series, which started this week, will feature Dame Judi Dench. Comedian Josh Widdicombe does not quite measure up to these British giants of acting, so the fact that he opened the 18th series of the BBC juggernaut could only mean one thing: he has a good bloodline to follow. It was quite a revelation. Read TV Editor Emily Baker’s review here.

Visit: Anicka Yi at Tate Modern

Anicka Yi sculpts the environment through smell (Photo: Yui Mok/PA)

The launch of Anicka Yi’s new commission for the Turbine Hall was literally a launch. The artist’s airborne sculptures – some resembling zooplankton, others fungal spores – achieved lift-off on Monday morning. They float and move, bobbing up and down while pulsing elegant speckled tentacles, writes Hettie Judah in her four-star review.

Read: Burntcoat by Sarah Hall

Burntcoat, which Hall began writing on the first day of the national lockdown last March, is set in the near future, a few years after a global pandemic has swept through the nation. It is a bold thing to write a work of literary fiction about an ongoing catastrophe, even if some details have been changed, writes Michael Delgado in his review.

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Book tickets to: The Tragedy of Macbeth

Here’s a mighty dilemma for a director. If you cast, for her UK stage debut, quadruple Academy Award nominee Saoirse Ronan, in a part that all but disappears just after the halfway point of the action, what do you do? You engineer some judicious expanding of Lady Macbeth’s dramatic remit, that’s what, and allow her to remain centre stage even after her death, writes Fiona Mountford in her four-star review.

Read: Did I Say That Out Loud?

Jane Garvey and Fi Glover have wrangled the spirit of their podcast, Fortunately, into a book: Did I Say That Out Loud?, a collection of acerbic essays on subjects like “The Fetishisation of Domesticity”, “Things I Wish I’d Known Before Leaving Home”, “Slipping Into Middle Age”; their upbringings, their broadcasting careers; the north-south divide; technology; wellness; motherhood (both have two children, teenage and early twenties). Read Deputy Arts Editor Sarah Carson’s interview with the duo here.

Listen to: Adele

Adele’s comeback single “Easy On Me” is a piano ballad in which a young woman asks for understanding after ending a relationship – though it could just as easily function as a plea for mercy following an outrageous case of littering, writes Fiona Sturges in her four-star review.

Watch: The Last Duel

Ridley Scott’s 14th-century epic The Last Duel delivers all of the clinking armour, grisly medieval battles and internecine power plays among gentry that you might hope for from a film-maker well known for his ability to direct the hell out of a Hollywood historical epic (à la Gladiator). But Scott’s violent film also turns out to be a rather surprising stab at a #MeToo parable. Read Christina Newland’s four-star review here.

Catch up with: Who Do You Think You Are?

Over the 17 years Who Do You Think You Are? has been on air, producers have convinced some major stars to follow their family tree: Kate Winslet, Olivia Colman, Sir Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi have all taken part, and this latest series, which started this week, will feature Dame Judi Dench. Comedian Josh Widdicombe does not quite measure up to these British giants of acting, so the fact that he opened the 18th series of the BBC juggernaut could only mean one thing: he has a good bloodline to follow. It was quite a revelation. Read TV Editor Emily Baker’s review here.

Visit: Anicka Yi at Tate Modern

Anicka Yi sculpts the environment through smell (Photo: Yui Mok/PA)

The launch of Anicka Yi’s new commission for the Turbine Hall was literally a launch. The artist’s airborne sculptures – some resembling zooplankton, others fungal spores – achieved lift-off on Monday morning. They float and move, bobbing up and down while pulsing elegant speckled tentacles, writes Hettie Judah in her four-star review.

Read: Burntcoat by Sarah Hall

Burntcoat, which Hall began writing on the first day of the national lockdown last March, is set in the near future, a few years after a global pandemic has swept through the nation. It is a bold thing to write a work of literary fiction about an ongoing catastrophe, even if some details have been changed, writes Michael Delgado in his review.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634405098) } [4]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(56) "Which Marvel Stars Are Not Voicing Their MCU Characters?" ["link"]=> string(86) "https://moustachebrothers.com/which-marvel-stars-are-not-voicing-their-mcu-characters/" ["comments"]=> string(94) "https://moustachebrothers.com/which-marvel-stars-are-not-voicing-their-mcu-characters/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 17:23:26 +0000" ["category"]=> string(39) "TrendingcharactersMarvelmcuStarsVoicing" ["guid"]=> string(86) "https://moustachebrothers.com/which-marvel-stars-are-not-voicing-their-mcu-characters/" ["description"]=> string(625) "The world of Marvel is expanding across the more than a decade history of the franchise. The latest releases on Disney+ have certainly grown the Marvel Cinematic Universe into a truly multiversal scale. While WandaVision and Loki accomplished Marvel’s goal of pushing its Phase 4 releases into more cosmic stories, What If…? showed fans what’s ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6144) "

The world of Marvel is expanding across the more than a decade history of the franchise. The latest releases on Disney+ have certainly grown the Marvel Cinematic Universe into a truly multiversal scale. While WandaVision and Loki accomplished Marvel’s goal of pushing its Phase 4 releases into more cosmic stories, What If…? showed fans what’s truly possible in the Marvel multiverse. The series gave fans a breathtaking look at their favorite heroes in some speculative situations, but some original actors didn’t show up to reprise their roles.

Branching realities and endless possibilities in ‘What if…?’

Scene from ‘What if…?’ | Disney

What If…? played out some classic alternate ways that Marvel Cinematic Universe events could’ve played out, but the stories throughout the series’ first season aren’t just isolated speculation. Following Loki’s footsteps, the show explained that each speculative set of circumstances shown across the series is just one reality in a multiverse of infinite possibilities.

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The world of Marvel is expanding across the more than a decade history of the franchise. The latest releases on Disney+ have certainly grown the Marvel Cinematic Universe into a truly multiversal scale. While WandaVision and Loki accomplished Marvel’s goal of pushing its Phase 4 releases into more cosmic stories, What If…? showed fans what’s truly possible in the Marvel multiverse. The series gave fans a breathtaking look at their favorite heroes in some speculative situations, but some original actors didn’t show up to reprise their roles.

Branching realities and endless possibilities in ‘What if…?’

Scene from ‘What if…?’ | Disney

What If…? played out some classic alternate ways that Marvel Cinematic Universe events could’ve played out, but the stories throughout the series’ first season aren’t just isolated speculation. Following Loki’s footsteps, the show explained that each speculative set of circumstances shown across the series is just one reality in a multiverse of infinite possibilities.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634405006) } [5]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(67) "CNC Machines And The Automotive Industry: A Variety Of Applications" ["link"]=> string(97) "https://moustachebrothers.com/cnc-machines-and-the-automotive-industry-a-variety-of-applications/" ["comments"]=> string(105) "https://moustachebrothers.com/cnc-machines-and-the-automotive-industry-a-variety-of-applications/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 17:20:33 +0000" ["category"]=> string(26) "Movie Production Companies" ["guid"]=> string(97) "https://moustachebrothers.com/cnc-machines-and-the-automotive-industry-a-variety-of-applications/" ["description"]=> string(655) "Reading Time: 2 minutes Since Henry Ford invented the assembly line to produce Ford Motors, there has been a constant striving to make the process as efficient as possible. Technology has increased an incredible amount in the subsequent decades. These days, advances in CNC machining expertise have led to an increase in innovations in automotive ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5970) "
Reading Time: 2 minutes

manufacturing

Since Henry Ford invented the assembly line to produce Ford Motors, there has been a constant striving to make the process as efficient as possible. Technology has increased an incredible amount in the subsequent decades.

These days, advances in CNC machining expertise have led to an increase in innovations in automotive design and performance. There are a few different applications of CNC machining which have led to these innovations.

Increased production speed

Much of the machining process is automated which increases production speed. Before the advances in technology, many of the machines were quite labor-intensive. For instance, the Internet of Things has helped to shave seconds off of each cycle of an order. A sensor calculates cycle time much more accurately and in real-time. Previously, engineers had to calculate cycle times by dividing the hypothetical machining time by the number of cycles. This was not at all accurate.

This saved time can help to ramp up production when there are tens or even hundreds of thousands of pieces being manufactured.

Automation

Automation is streamlining just about every aspect of the manufacturing process. CNC machines are built for automation so there is less labor needed to run the machine. Since accuracy is vital in the making of precision auto parts, automation is the only way to go.

Swiss CNC machines are able to hold the tolerance to less than a few microns. By using automation, this accuracy can be maintained with the operator there to simply make sure that programmed parameters are set. The other workers in the machine shop are able to dedicate themselves more to the design and operations type of tasks rather than running the machines.

Customization

Customization of machined parts generally comes with a long lead time. However, when using CNC machines, there is a much shorter lead time involved. When dealing with automotive frames, this is especially important as the customization is not only good for lead times but also accuracy in staying true to the design.

There are many different types of specialized CNC machines so there is an endless possibility of customizations that can be done. 5 axis machines provide a wide array of cutting tool angles that allow for a high tolerance even with highly complex shapes.

People looking to restore vintage vehicles often turn to CNC machining for this reason. Parts that are no longer manufactured can have a second life in this way.

Prototyping

Just about every piece of a car has had a prototype made before production begins in earnest. From headlight covers to gearboxes, a prototype piece is an invaluable process that helps to spot design defects or poor integration with other parts. This saves a lot of time and money during the manufacturing phase.

Since it is not a big problem to reconfigure the specs on a piece, CNC machines prove to be ideal to make prototypes and then reconfigure when necessary to switch to the production of thousands of the piece.

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Reading Time: 2 minutes

manufacturing

Since Henry Ford invented the assembly line to produce Ford Motors, there has been a constant striving to make the process as efficient as possible. Technology has increased an incredible amount in the subsequent decades.

These days, advances in CNC machining expertise have led to an increase in innovations in automotive design and performance. There are a few different applications of CNC machining which have led to these innovations.

Increased production speed

Much of the machining process is automated which increases production speed. Before the advances in technology, many of the machines were quite labor-intensive. For instance, the Internet of Things has helped to shave seconds off of each cycle of an order. A sensor calculates cycle time much more accurately and in real-time. Previously, engineers had to calculate cycle times by dividing the hypothetical machining time by the number of cycles. This was not at all accurate.

This saved time can help to ramp up production when there are tens or even hundreds of thousands of pieces being manufactured.

Automation

Automation is streamlining just about every aspect of the manufacturing process. CNC machines are built for automation so there is less labor needed to run the machine. Since accuracy is vital in the making of precision auto parts, automation is the only way to go.

Swiss CNC machines are able to hold the tolerance to less than a few microns. By using automation, this accuracy can be maintained with the operator there to simply make sure that programmed parameters are set. The other workers in the machine shop are able to dedicate themselves more to the design and operations type of tasks rather than running the machines.

Customization

Customization of machined parts generally comes with a long lead time. However, when using CNC machines, there is a much shorter lead time involved. When dealing with automotive frames, this is especially important as the customization is not only good for lead times but also accuracy in staying true to the design.

There are many different types of specialized CNC machines so there is an endless possibility of customizations that can be done. 5 axis machines provide a wide array of cutting tool angles that allow for a high tolerance even with highly complex shapes.

People looking to restore vintage vehicles often turn to CNC machining for this reason. Parts that are no longer manufactured can have a second life in this way.

Prototyping

Just about every piece of a car has had a prototype made before production begins in earnest. From headlight covers to gearboxes, a prototype piece is an invaluable process that helps to spot design defects or poor integration with other parts. This saves a lot of time and money during the manufacturing phase.

Since it is not a big problem to reconfigure the specs on a piece, CNC machines prove to be ideal to make prototypes and then reconfigure when necessary to switch to the production of thousands of the piece.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634404833) } [6]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(68) "Why don’t you respect Olivia Munn the way she deserves, Hollywood?" ["link"]=> string(94) "https://moustachebrothers.com/why-dont-you-respect-olivia-munn-the-way-she-deserves-hollywood/" ["comments"]=> string(102) "https://moustachebrothers.com/why-dont-you-respect-olivia-munn-the-way-she-deserves-hollywood/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 17:13:27 +0000" ["category"]=> string(26) "Movie Production Companies" ["guid"]=> string(94) "https://moustachebrothers.com/why-dont-you-respect-olivia-munn-the-way-she-deserves-hollywood/" ["description"]=> string(670) "Psylocke should have been the star character of ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’. Created by Chris Claremont and the cartoonist Herb Trimpe For the pages of ‘Captain Britania’, Mental Butterfly (that’s how she was known in Spain) made the leap to the New Mutant comics in 1986, where she would end up seeing her mind being transferred to ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5297) "

Psylocke should have been the star character of ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’. Created by Chris Claremont and the cartoonist Herb Trimpe For the pages of ‘Captain Britania’, Mental Butterfly (that’s how she was known in Spain) made the leap to the New Mutant comics in 1986, where she would end up seeing her mind being transferred to the body of a ninja warrior and her Mental powers increased until reaching the level of telepath. He also has telekinesis and a purple psychic sword. In hands of Olivia Munn, Psylocke should have been to the new mutant movie what Mercury was to ‘Days of Future Past’: the official thief of the show.

Actually, all these cool character traits are there, but that’s about it. Bryan Singer Munn is never guaranteed enough lines or scenes to be more than a flashy outfit, so this Mind Butterfly is mostly about posing. You’d think the director would treat an official Brett Ratner enemy better, but even that doesn’t guarantee Olivia Munn much more than a spot (featured, paradoxical as that may sound) on the poster. What the hell is happening here? Why is Hollywood systematically wasting the actress who impressed the very Aaron Sorkin ?

Yes, it was in that movie.

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Against a pretty face

Her character in ‘The Newsroom’, an expert reporter in economic information, had a surprising real basis. Munn had just spent four years co-hosting on ‘Attack the Show!’ (a format focused on video game culture) when he began collaborating as a correspondent on ‘The Daily Show’. He appeared a total of 16 times throughout the 2010-11 season, a relatively low number when compared to other contributors to Jon Stewart. The reason is that it just didn’t work. And it did not work because it was controversial from the first minute: an article by Jezebel described his signing as a sexist maneuver by Comedy Central, which apparently was trying to increase the audience of its star program with the presence of a pretty face that, thank you to ‘Attack the Show!’, it also scored as a sex symbol for nerds.

Munn, accompanied by 32 female staff of ‘The Daily Show’, criticized the article for suggesting that it was another attractive girl, but without talent, inserted in an essentially masculine comedic environment. It’s not just that her prior training as a journalist made her an ideal candidate for the show, but Olivia Munn is also a skilled comedian. Anyone capable of putting up with Sorkin’s machine-gun dialogues of wit is. Therefore, his character in ‘The Newsroom’ echoed a real struggle in his career : go against the perception, shared by the industry and much of the public, that it is only a pretty face.

His early filmography is full of direct-to-dvd’s to be ashamed of, but characters like the one in ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ seem far below the level of someone who has worked with Sorkin. You also have to take into account the occasional bad decision: betting on ‘Mortdecai’ or ‘Deliver us from evil’ can hardly be considered a success, although other Munn roles have entered the terrain of the protagonist’s girlfriend (‘Magic Mike’), version of herself in her role as a presenter (‘Iron Man 2’) or a police officer in a sports bra (‘The Departed in Miami’). Is this really the best Hollywood has to offer you? Was there really no leading role more worthy than ‘The Babymakers’?

Seriously, it’s about time to respect Olivia Munn.

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Psylocke should have been the star character of ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’. Created by Chris Claremont and the cartoonist Herb Trimpe For the pages of ‘Captain Britania’, Mental Butterfly (that’s how she was known in Spain) made the leap to the New Mutant comics in 1986, where she would end up seeing her mind being transferred to the body of a ninja warrior and her Mental powers increased until reaching the level of telepath. He also has telekinesis and a purple psychic sword. In hands of Olivia Munn, Psylocke should have been to the new mutant movie what Mercury was to ‘Days of Future Past’: the official thief of the show.

Actually, all these cool character traits are there, but that’s about it. Bryan Singer Munn is never guaranteed enough lines or scenes to be more than a flashy outfit, so this Mind Butterfly is mostly about posing. You’d think the director would treat an official Brett Ratner enemy better, but even that doesn’t guarantee Olivia Munn much more than a spot (featured, paradoxical as that may sound) on the poster. What the hell is happening here? Why is Hollywood systematically wasting the actress who impressed the very Aaron Sorkin ?

Yes, it was in that movie.

Getty Images

Against a pretty face

Her character in ‘The Newsroom’, an expert reporter in economic information, had a surprising real basis. Munn had just spent four years co-hosting on ‘Attack the Show!’ (a format focused on video game culture) when he began collaborating as a correspondent on ‘The Daily Show’. He appeared a total of 16 times throughout the 2010-11 season, a relatively low number when compared to other contributors to Jon Stewart. The reason is that it just didn’t work. And it did not work because it was controversial from the first minute: an article by Jezebel described his signing as a sexist maneuver by Comedy Central, which apparently was trying to increase the audience of its star program with the presence of a pretty face that, thank you to ‘Attack the Show!’, it also scored as a sex symbol for nerds.

Munn, accompanied by 32 female staff of ‘The Daily Show’, criticized the article for suggesting that it was another attractive girl, but without talent, inserted in an essentially masculine comedic environment. It’s not just that her prior training as a journalist made her an ideal candidate for the show, but Olivia Munn is also a skilled comedian. Anyone capable of putting up with Sorkin’s machine-gun dialogues of wit is. Therefore, his character in ‘The Newsroom’ echoed a real struggle in his career : go against the perception, shared by the industry and much of the public, that it is only a pretty face.

His early filmography is full of direct-to-dvd’s to be ashamed of, but characters like the one in ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ seem far below the level of someone who has worked with Sorkin. You also have to take into account the occasional bad decision: betting on ‘Mortdecai’ or ‘Deliver us from evil’ can hardly be considered a success, although other Munn roles have entered the terrain of the protagonist’s girlfriend (‘Magic Mike’), version of herself in her role as a presenter (‘Iron Man 2’) or a police officer in a sports bra (‘The Departed in Miami’). Is this really the best Hollywood has to offer you? Was there really no leading role more worthy than ‘The Babymakers’?

Seriously, it’s about time to respect Olivia Munn.

.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634404407) } [7]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(116) "They started dating in 2016, they keep a low profile and the age difference does not affect them – Revista Para Ti" ["link"]=> string(142) "https://moustachebrothers.com/they-started-dating-in-2016-they-keep-a-low-profile-and-the-age-difference-does-not-affect-them-revista-para-ti/" ["comments"]=> string(150) "https://moustachebrothers.com/they-started-dating-in-2016-they-keep-a-low-profile-and-the-age-difference-does-not-affect-them-revista-para-ti/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 17:09:29 +0000" ["category"]=> string(76) "Movie Production CompaniesAffectagedatingDifferenceparaprofileRevistaStarted" ["guid"]=> string(142) "https://moustachebrothers.com/they-started-dating-in-2016-they-keep-a-low-profile-and-the-age-difference-does-not-affect-them-revista-para-ti/" ["description"]=> string(761) "The actor met her when she was an 11-year-old girl as she was Al Pacino’s stepdaughter for more than a decade, when the star was related to Lucila Polak. A few long years later, life found them again … from another place. The of Leonardo Dicaprio (46) and Camila Morrone (24) is one of the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6290) "
The actor met her when she was an 11-year-old girl as she was Al Pacino’s stepdaughter for more than a decade, when the star was related to Lucila Polak. A few long years later, life found them again … from another place.

The of Leonardo Dicaprio (46) and Camila Morrone (24) is one of the couples that has attracted the most public attention in recent times. Is that this story (without love overtones at that time) began in 2011 when the actor was 33 years old and she was a girl of 11. They met because she is the daughter of Lucila Pole, the Argentine actress who dated Al Pacino for more than ten years. Everything remains in Hollywood.

After having several relationships, The press captured him with Morrone leaving the actor’s home in Los Angeles in 2016. The silence of both was something that prevailed, always keeping a low profile. But the truth is that they were showing more and more together: participated in Ellen DeGeneres’ 40th birthday and they were seen during a vacation in Colorado, at which point the romance was confirmed.

An afternoon at the beach in California.

For 2018 the relationship seemed to be very solid since they could be seen hugging and kissing on the public highway as part of a romantic dinner in West Hollywood. The funny thing is that until that moment Camila had never uploaded a photo with her partner, although he maintained an active life on social networks.

Word from an authorized source

“Leo never loved anyone like that and is ready to have children. Camila also loves being surrounded by children and would like to have children with him, although she wants to get married first, because she cares about traditions “A close friend of the actor told the US Weekly newspaper when the rumor circulated at the end of 2019 that they had gotten engaged.

The official presentation to the press

At the Academy Awards.

Although the photos of them together were already known, they were always shots taken by the paparazzi. The first time DiCaprio and Morrone attended an event with press coverage was last year at the Academy Awards, since he was nominated for his work on the film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”.

The first and only time she spoke to the press about her romance with the actor

“There are many relationships in Hollywood -and in the history of the world- where there are very large age differences. I believe that everyone should go out with whoever they want “, Camila said in dialogue with the Los Angeles Times.

In the interview, she understood the attention the romance generated and said: “Probably, it would also seem curious to me. I understand that they do it, but I hope it stops being a debate.”

More and more I believe that as people are watching the movie, I am slowly gaining an identity of my own. Which is frustrating, because I feel like they should have always recognized my identity regardless of who you’re dating. I understand the association, but I am sure that it will be less and less a topic of conversation ”, he closed.

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The actor met her when she was an 11-year-old girl as she was Al Pacino’s stepdaughter for more than a decade, when the star was related to Lucila Polak. A few long years later, life found them again … from another place.

The of Leonardo Dicaprio (46) and Camila Morrone (24) is one of the couples that has attracted the most public attention in recent times. Is that this story (without love overtones at that time) began in 2011 when the actor was 33 years old and she was a girl of 11. They met because she is the daughter of Lucila Pole, the Argentine actress who dated Al Pacino for more than ten years. Everything remains in Hollywood.

After having several relationships, The press captured him with Morrone leaving the actor’s home in Los Angeles in 2016. The silence of both was something that prevailed, always keeping a low profile. But the truth is that they were showing more and more together: participated in Ellen DeGeneres’ 40th birthday and they were seen during a vacation in Colorado, at which point the romance was confirmed.

An afternoon at the beach in California.

For 2018 the relationship seemed to be very solid since they could be seen hugging and kissing on the public highway as part of a romantic dinner in West Hollywood. The funny thing is that until that moment Camila had never uploaded a photo with her partner, although he maintained an active life on social networks.

Word from an authorized source

“Leo never loved anyone like that and is ready to have children. Camila also loves being surrounded by children and would like to have children with him, although she wants to get married first, because she cares about traditions “A close friend of the actor told the US Weekly newspaper when the rumor circulated at the end of 2019 that they had gotten engaged.

The official presentation to the press

At the Academy Awards.

Although the photos of them together were already known, they were always shots taken by the paparazzi. The first time DiCaprio and Morrone attended an event with press coverage was last year at the Academy Awards, since he was nominated for his work on the film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”.

The first and only time she spoke to the press about her romance with the actor

“There are many relationships in Hollywood -and in the history of the world- where there are very large age differences. I believe that everyone should go out with whoever they want “, Camila said in dialogue with the Los Angeles Times.

In the interview, she understood the attention the romance generated and said: “Probably, it would also seem curious to me. I understand that they do it, but I hope it stops being a debate.”

More and more I believe that as people are watching the movie, I am slowly gaining an identity of my own. Which is frustrating, because I feel like they should have always recognized my identity regardless of who you’re dating. I understand the association, but I am sure that it will be less and less a topic of conversation ”, he closed.

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Morgan Freeman, The acclaimed and beloved 84-year-old American actor, director, and storyteller commemorated the 27th anniversary of one of his most memorable roles in Dreams of Escape (Shawshank Redemption) Thursday.

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Morgan Freeman, The acclaimed and beloved 84-year-old American actor, director, and storyteller commemorated the 27th anniversary of one of his most memorable roles in Dreams of Escape (Shawshank Redemption) Thursday.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634404049) } [9]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(75) "The best teachings of The Dark Knight, Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy" ["link"]=> string(102) "https://moustachebrothers.com/the-best-teachings-of-the-dark-knight-christopher-nolans-batman-trilogy/" ["comments"]=> string(110) "https://moustachebrothers.com/the-best-teachings-of-the-dark-knight-christopher-nolans-batman-trilogy/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 17:02:17 +0000" ["category"]=> string(209) "Movie Production Companiesarticles and listsBatmanbatman beginsBatman startsbatman: the dark knightchristian baleChristopherchristopher nolanDarkKNIGHTNolansteachingsthe dark knightThe Dark Knight risesTrilogy" ["guid"]=> string(102) "https://moustachebrothers.com/the-best-teachings-of-the-dark-knight-christopher-nolans-batman-trilogy/" ["description"]=> string(665) "It’s been so long since the premiere of Batman Begins – 84%, that the Batman trilogy starring Christian Bale is about to reach two decades of life faster than we think. Unlike other films in superhero cinema and, to be honest, also graphic novel adaptations, The Dark Knight trilogy left a mark on mainstream cinema ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9602) "

It’s been so long since the premiere of Batman Begins – 84%, that the Batman trilogy starring Christian Bale is about to reach two decades of life faster than we think. Unlike other films in superhero cinema and, to be honest, also graphic novel adaptations, The Dark Knight trilogy left a mark on mainstream cinema that will never be erased. It is not for nothing that it is said that the movie Batman: The Dark Knight – 94% is one of the best superhero movies ever, and Christopher Nolan’s work has not really found competition despite the fact that movie studios, in some cases, prefer to bet on more quantity than quality.

Do not miss it: Batman Begins: The Movies That Inspired Christopher Nolan’s Jewel

The Dark Knight trilogy by Christopher Nolan it has been a commercial and critical success. The entire series grossed more than $ 2 billion, and critics have hailed the film series as the best in the superhero genre. What makes all three movies as a whole amazing is always up for debate because not just one particular point can be made. Of course, the trilogy is spearheaded by one of the most accomplished and skilled directors, as he is responsible for films like Dunkirk – 92% and Tenet – 83%. It’s also packed with a star-studded cast featuring actors like Christian Bale, Michael Caine, and Heath Ledger.

And despite having a highly structured storyline and compelling characters, arguably the biggest reason fans love the trilogy so much is the powerful messages and lessons that can be learned throughout the installments. In this case, Nolan’s Batman movies are more than action-packed extravagances – they’re meditations. Meditations on what it means to be a superhero and meditations on the nature of civil society and its institutions. As a consequence, there is much we can learn from these three films that can help us build and lead our own organizations or that we can simply apply in our lives.

Throughout the three films we find valuable lessons, sometimes in the voice of the wise Alfred Pennyworth, or the experiences of Bruce Wayne himself. These are the best lessons that The Dark Knight trilogy has left us:

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Overcome your fears

There are many brave characters in this trilogy that constantly shows the characters fighting crime and, more significantly, conquering their own fears. The most obvious example is Bruce Wayne himself, who managed to overcome his fear of death and bats after his tragic childhood. Once Bruce channels his fears, he becomes Batman and stops evil in Gotham. While this fear is also related to his bat suit, it also provides him with the much-needed mental strength to do what he wants.

Failure can be the key to success

One of the best parts of the Nolan trilogy is the supporting cast performances and one that stands out is Alfred Pennyworth, who played a significant role in giving Bruce important lessons. A constant theme of the film is the idea of ​​failure, and in one of the scenes it is shown when Bruce is trapped in a well as a child, and again when he confronts Bane (Tom Hardy) in The Dark Knight Rises. – 87%. But as Bruce’s father and later Alfred put it, the reason people fail is so that we can learn to stand up and it is this stamina and determination that makes him a hero.

Always tell the truth

At the end of Batman: The Dark Knight, Gotham District Attorney Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart) had embarked on a killing streak as the supervillain Two-Face. Faced with this fact, Commissioner Gordon (Gary Oldman) was concerned that the revelation of Dent’s crimes would lead the people of Gotham to lose hope, which would destroy everything that he, Dent, and Batman had tried to accomplish during the course of the movie. Gordon would tell the city that Batman had committed the murders that Dent had committed so that Dent’s memory would remain intact. That was a big mistake. When things are not going well, the best thing to do is to trust people with the truth.

Teamwork is more powerful

While Batman is known to work on his own to fight crime, Nolan’s films have shown us many times that without the help of others, he would not have been able to succeed and save others. On Batman starts, Alfred saves Bruce twice, once from the Scarecrow hallucinogen and after a fire. On Batman: The Dark KnightWithout the help of Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman), Bruce would not have been able to find the Joker and without the help of Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway) in The Dark Knight rises, Batman would not have been able to defeat Bane, showing us once again that working as a team is more powerful than working individually.

Don’t let failure destroy you

A running theme of Nolan’s Batman trilogy is the idea of ​​failing. It appears in all the movies, like the times when Bruce is trapped in a well or when he is almost killed by the League of Shadows. Bruce Wayne has failed many times, but instead of destroying himself, he has always managed to overcome and overcome the threats he finds in Gotham and, depending on the case, even recover the mantle of Batman. This is also very much in line with other teachings in the trilogy, which try to learn to conquer fears and use failure to achieve success.

Sometimes the truth is hidden under a mask

It’s no wonder superheroes (and villains) wear a mask. In Batman’s case, his bat suit is also one of the most iconic superhero suits of all time, but an integral part of the suit is his mask, which hides his identity and allows someone like Bruce Wayne to fight crime. and become a symbol of hope for your city. In Nolan’s trilogy, the director seems to be trying to say that everyone has their own mask, and that they will only reveal their true self and their true thoughts to the people they love and trust the most.

Actions speak louder than words

To keep his Batman identity a secret, Bruce Wayne kept his image as a millionaire playboy. At one point in Batman Begins, he is seen with two supermodels leaving a restaurant, and everything seems fine until he runs into his childhood friend. The encounter is awkward, but what results is one of Nolan’s most important quotes: “It’s not who you are underneath, it’s what you do that defines you.” This phrase should remind everyone that actions speak louder than words and ultimately define your true self.

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It’s been so long since the premiere of Batman Begins – 84%, that the Batman trilogy starring Christian Bale is about to reach two decades of life faster than we think. Unlike other films in superhero cinema and, to be honest, also graphic novel adaptations, The Dark Knight trilogy left a mark on mainstream cinema that will never be erased. It is not for nothing that it is said that the movie Batman: The Dark Knight – 94% is one of the best superhero movies ever, and Christopher Nolan’s work has not really found competition despite the fact that movie studios, in some cases, prefer to bet on more quantity than quality.

Do not miss it: Batman Begins: The Movies That Inspired Christopher Nolan’s Jewel

The Dark Knight trilogy by Christopher Nolan it has been a commercial and critical success. The entire series grossed more than $ 2 billion, and critics have hailed the film series as the best in the superhero genre. What makes all three movies as a whole amazing is always up for debate because not just one particular point can be made. Of course, the trilogy is spearheaded by one of the most accomplished and skilled directors, as he is responsible for films like Dunkirk – 92% and Tenet – 83%. It’s also packed with a star-studded cast featuring actors like Christian Bale, Michael Caine, and Heath Ledger.

And despite having a highly structured storyline and compelling characters, arguably the biggest reason fans love the trilogy so much is the powerful messages and lessons that can be learned throughout the installments. In this case, Nolan’s Batman movies are more than action-packed extravagances – they’re meditations. Meditations on what it means to be a superhero and meditations on the nature of civil society and its institutions. As a consequence, there is much we can learn from these three films that can help us build and lead our own organizations or that we can simply apply in our lives.

Throughout the three films we find valuable lessons, sometimes in the voice of the wise Alfred Pennyworth, or the experiences of Bruce Wayne himself. These are the best lessons that The Dark Knight trilogy has left us:

We recommend you: How Tim Burton’s Batman Changed Hollywood and Superhero Movies

Overcome your fears

There are many brave characters in this trilogy that constantly shows the characters fighting crime and, more significantly, conquering their own fears. The most obvious example is Bruce Wayne himself, who managed to overcome his fear of death and bats after his tragic childhood. Once Bruce channels his fears, he becomes Batman and stops evil in Gotham. While this fear is also related to his bat suit, it also provides him with the much-needed mental strength to do what he wants.

Failure can be the key to success

One of the best parts of the Nolan trilogy is the supporting cast performances and one that stands out is Alfred Pennyworth, who played a significant role in giving Bruce important lessons. A constant theme of the film is the idea of ​​failure, and in one of the scenes it is shown when Bruce is trapped in a well as a child, and again when he confronts Bane (Tom Hardy) in The Dark Knight Rises. – 87%. But as Bruce’s father and later Alfred put it, the reason people fail is so that we can learn to stand up and it is this stamina and determination that makes him a hero.

Always tell the truth

At the end of Batman: The Dark Knight, Gotham District Attorney Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart) had embarked on a killing streak as the supervillain Two-Face. Faced with this fact, Commissioner Gordon (Gary Oldman) was concerned that the revelation of Dent’s crimes would lead the people of Gotham to lose hope, which would destroy everything that he, Dent, and Batman had tried to accomplish during the course of the movie. Gordon would tell the city that Batman had committed the murders that Dent had committed so that Dent’s memory would remain intact. That was a big mistake. When things are not going well, the best thing to do is to trust people with the truth.

Teamwork is more powerful

While Batman is known to work on his own to fight crime, Nolan’s films have shown us many times that without the help of others, he would not have been able to succeed and save others. On Batman starts, Alfred saves Bruce twice, once from the Scarecrow hallucinogen and after a fire. On Batman: The Dark KnightWithout the help of Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman), Bruce would not have been able to find the Joker and without the help of Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway) in The Dark Knight rises, Batman would not have been able to defeat Bane, showing us once again that working as a team is more powerful than working individually.

Don’t let failure destroy you

A running theme of Nolan’s Batman trilogy is the idea of ​​failing. It appears in all the movies, like the times when Bruce is trapped in a well or when he is almost killed by the League of Shadows. Bruce Wayne has failed many times, but instead of destroying himself, he has always managed to overcome and overcome the threats he finds in Gotham and, depending on the case, even recover the mantle of Batman. This is also very much in line with other teachings in the trilogy, which try to learn to conquer fears and use failure to achieve success.

Sometimes the truth is hidden under a mask

It’s no wonder superheroes (and villains) wear a mask. In Batman’s case, his bat suit is also one of the most iconic superhero suits of all time, but an integral part of the suit is his mask, which hides his identity and allows someone like Bruce Wayne to fight crime. and become a symbol of hope for your city. In Nolan’s trilogy, the director seems to be trying to say that everyone has their own mask, and that they will only reveal their true self and their true thoughts to the people they love and trust the most.

Actions speak louder than words

To keep his Batman identity a secret, Bruce Wayne kept his image as a millionaire playboy. At one point in Batman Begins, he is seen with two supermodels leaving a restaurant, and everything seems fine until he runs into his childhood friend. The encounter is awkward, but what results is one of Nolan’s most important quotes: “It’s not who you are underneath, it’s what you do that defines you.” This phrase should remind everyone that actions speak louder than words and ultimately define your true self.

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