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                    [description] => The IRL Wolf of Wall Street Jordan Belfort has revealed his biggest single day?s earnings. You can see him telling a fan how much it was here: Jordan Belfort took to TikTok and responded to some fans? burning questions, one being ?what was the most money you made in one day?? Replying from what looks ... Read more
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The IRL Wolf of Wall Street Jordan Belfort has revealed his biggest single day?s earnings. You can see him telling a fan how much it was here:

Jordan Belfort took to TikTok and responded to some fans? burning questions, one being ?what was the most money you made in one day??

Replying from what looks like a boat (or super yacht), Jordan, 59, said: ?Most money ever made in one day? 22 million dollars made it in 10 seconds, but it was planned out meticulously beforehand.?

He went on to add: ?Sun Tzu, remember that? every battle?s won before it?s ever fought. Remember.?

Responding to him, one person wrote: ?Man made more money in 10 seconds than my whole bloodline will make in the next 10 years.?

Another compared their life to his, commenting: ?That?s crazy. I got 44 thousand dollars in debt with a 10 second college application.?

Credit: TikTok/wolfofwallstreet

Belfort ? who provided the inspiration for Leonardo DiCaprio?s character in the 2014 movie The Wolf of Wall Street ? is a former stockbroker who spent 22 months in jail for securities fraud related to his brokerage firm Stratton Oakmont.

He was also ordered to pay out $110m to his former clients.

In another video, Belfort responded to someone who asked what the most money he ever spent at a party was.

Jordan told the his followers: ?Most I ever spent at a party? $2 million in one night. It was my bachelor party, it was insane 1991 ? at the Mirage.

?Plus millions more to pay because we wrecked the place, we literally destroyed the place and people are still missing to this day from that party.?

Credit: TikTok/wolfofwallstreet

Replying to the admission, someone said: ?He sounded a little too happy about the missing people.?

Another added: ?Just dropped the missing people and moved on like it was nothing.?

Someone who was less than impressed commented: ?Respectfully, spending a ton of money at night on a party isn?t impressive. This isn?t a flex. Any rich person can thoughtlessly spend money.?

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Jordan Belfort Reveals Most Money Made In A Day ? nonenglishfeed

) [summary] => The IRL Wolf of Wall Street Jordan Belfort has revealed his biggest single day?s earnings. You can see him telling a fan how much it was here: Jordan Belfort took to TikTok and responded to some fans? burning questions, one being ?what was the most money you made in one day?? Replying from what looks ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The IRL Wolf of Wall Street Jordan Belfort has revealed his biggest single day?s earnings. You can see him telling a fan how much it was here:

Jordan Belfort took to TikTok and responded to some fans? burning questions, one being ?what was the most money you made in one day??

Replying from what looks like a boat (or super yacht), Jordan, 59, said: ?Most money ever made in one day? 22 million dollars made it in 10 seconds, but it was planned out meticulously beforehand.?

He went on to add: ?Sun Tzu, remember that? every battle?s won before it?s ever fought. Remember.?

Responding to him, one person wrote: ?Man made more money in 10 seconds than my whole bloodline will make in the next 10 years.?

Another compared their life to his, commenting: ?That?s crazy. I got 44 thousand dollars in debt with a 10 second college application.?

Credit: TikTok/wolfofwallstreet

Belfort ? who provided the inspiration for Leonardo DiCaprio?s character in the 2014 movie The Wolf of Wall Street ? is a former stockbroker who spent 22 months in jail for securities fraud related to his brokerage firm Stratton Oakmont.

He was also ordered to pay out $110m to his former clients.

In another video, Belfort responded to someone who asked what the most money he ever spent at a party was.

Jordan told the his followers: ?Most I ever spent at a party? $2 million in one night. It was my bachelor party, it was insane 1991 ? at the Mirage.

?Plus millions more to pay because we wrecked the place, we literally destroyed the place and people are still missing to this day from that party.?

Credit: TikTok/wolfofwallstreet

Replying to the admission, someone said: ?He sounded a little too happy about the missing people.?

Another added: ?Just dropped the missing people and moved on like it was nothing.?

Someone who was less than impressed commented: ?Respectfully, spending a ton of money at night on a party isn?t impressive. This isn?t a flex. Any rich person can thoughtlessly spend money.?

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Jordan Belfort Reveals Most Money Made In A Day ? nonenglishfeed

[date_timestamp] => 1634407630 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Sitges Festival Day 6: More of the same, but more hilarious, with ?Halloween Kills? ? Movie News [link] => https://bofads.com/sitges-festival-day-6-more-of-the-same-but-more-hilarious-with-halloween-kills-movie-news/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Sat, 16 Oct 2021 17:57:19 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesDayFestivalHalloweenHilariousKillsmovieNewsSitges [guid] => https://bofads.com/sitges-festival-day-6-more-of-the-same-but-more-hilarious-with-halloween-kills-movie-news/ [description] => The serial killer Michael Myers is seen again by the pageant, three years after ‘Halloween night’. We also discussed the failed ‘Antlers’ and ‘Offseason’. If there is an iconic character – along with Jason Vorhees and Freddy Krueger – that is Michael Myers. Born from the mind of the genius John Carpenter in 1978, and ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The serial killer Michael Myers is seen again by the pageant, three years after ‘Halloween night’. We also discussed the failed ‘Antlers’ and ‘Offseason’.

If there is an iconic character – along with Jason Vorhees and Freddy Krueger – that is Michael Myers. Born from the mind of the genius John Carpenter in 1978, and kicking off the subgenre known as ‘slasher’, the serial killer has once again passed through the Sitges Fantastic Film Festival with his latest film carnage: Halloween Kills. There are already 13 installments of the saga, becoming one of the longest-lived in history. And as happened in its predecessor -that direct sequel to the first part released in 2018- Carpenter only exercises executive production and soundtrack composition tasks, to cede the witness behind the camera -again- to David Gordon Green. A filmmaker who has, to say the least, a curious filmography that ranges from ‘indie drama’ (All the Real Girls, Undertow), to the most hooligan comedy (Superfumados, El kangaroo).

On this occasion, Green repeats in writing the script with his friend the comedian Danny McBride and joins the shortlist Scott Teems (replacing Jeff Fradley, who collaborated in the writing of that Halloween night). The story places us in the past: when the police desperately search for the perpetrator of a massacre in a quiet neighborhood of Haddonfield (Illinois), until he is arrested, but not before leaving a trail of blood among the agents. Then, we go back to the end of the previous installment, when Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) escapes badly – along with her daughter and her granddaughter – from the dangerous masked murderer who tried to end her life in the late 70s. Michael Myers He has been locked in her house and it seems that he is going to be devoured by the flames that set fire to the home, but the firefighters enter there and release him. Upon escaping, the fearsome psychopath begins a massacre that will also make the people themselves lose their minds looking for him.

The film is a most hilarious ‘fan service’, in fact its title, which is reminiscent of Machete Kills, already gives us some clues about where the film is going. The deaths of the gore are accompanied by some of the most absurd dissertations of the protagonists and of an alienated town – in search of revenge – tired of stabbings and beheadings. Moving away from the more solemn tone of the previous part, Green signs a tape that is closer to the crazy Texas Chainsaw Massacre II and Happy Death Day than other ‘slasher’ to use. Another of the surprises that the film holds is that the character of Jamie Lee Curtis remains in the background, to give more prominence to the roles of his daughter and granddaughter. A joy that, even assuming more of the same, will not disappoint the followers of the saga in search of increasingly cruel, explicit and -why not- hideous murders..

‘Antlers’: Family Drama and American Folklore

We continue with another of the Festival’s highlights: the supernatural horror film Antlers: Dark Creature. A film that has suffered several delays in its premiere due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but that comes with the endorsement of having behind one of the scriptwriters of the moment: Nick Antosca (creator of the Channel Zero and New cherry flavor series). The film opens with a trafficker who makes methamphetamine in an inactive mine, together with his partner, while his 7-year-old son waits for them playing outside. Something goes wrong, and they awaken a supernatural entity that owns the father and seems to absorb the energy of his son. From that moment, the other living family member (a 12-year-old boy) will have to feed two loved ones who, little by little, are transforming into other creatures with little human. Suspecting that something bad is happening in the boy’s environment, his school teacher (played by a solvent Keri Russell) begins to indignant until he reaches a path that seems most irrational for his brother, the local sheriff (whom he gives life to a very overweight Jesse Plemons). Antosca’s script has most of the characteristic elements of its products: a family drama and American legends or myths. The problem is that in the hands of such an ineffective director as Scott Cooper (Black Mass. Strictly criminal), the film ends up becoming a feature film lacking in rhythm and emotion, despite its careful photography and good performances. A small disappointment, with some notorious drops in rhythm (which cause disinterest in the viewer on more than one occasion), which makes it go unnoticed at a Festival that has left us jewels like Mad God or The Innocents.

Mickey Keating drags the public into boredom (albeit very aesthetically) with ‘Offseason’

We close the chronicle with Mickey Keating’s Offseason. The American director, who began taking his first steps with the production company Blumhouse (making his debut behind the cameras: Ritual), has become “the pretty boy of indie horror”. The filmmaker, who has already gone through the Festival with Carnage Park and Psychopaths (which seemed like an important nonsense in his day) has brought us what they have presented as his greatest immersion in horror cinema. The film presents us with a couple who access an island when the holiday season is over, across a bridge, since they have warned her that someone has destroyed her mother’s grave. In this place it seems to breathe an unhealthy atmosphere and little by little the two will realize that they have fallen prey to a local curse from which it will be difficult for them to escape. Despite being very esthetic behind the camera, Keating gives us a trifle devoid of rhythm and meaning. A film that seems to want to pay homage to Lucio Fulci from Fear in the city of the undead, but which remains a bad copy of Dagon. The cult of evil. The protagonist wanders around the town overwhelmed, trying to find her boyfriend and escape from there, until she leads the viewer to the most absolute boredom, while trying to find plot coherence. Highlight -to bad- the ‘flashbacks’ starring the deceased mother who sometimes come to border on the ridiculous at levels of The Room (yes, the infamous Tommy Wiseau feature film), in addition to some very shabby makeup effects. Keating’s fans – who are quite a few in the world – will have loved it, the one who writes is quite repelled by his work in general … and it won’t be because I don’t try.

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Sitges Festival Day 6: More of the same, but more hilarious, with ‘Halloween Kills’ – Movie News

) [summary] => The serial killer Michael Myers is seen again by the pageant, three years after ‘Halloween night’. We also discussed the failed ‘Antlers’ and ‘Offseason’. If there is an iconic character – along with Jason Vorhees and Freddy Krueger – that is Michael Myers. Born from the mind of the genius John Carpenter in 1978, and ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The serial killer Michael Myers is seen again by the pageant, three years after ‘Halloween night’. We also discussed the failed ‘Antlers’ and ‘Offseason’.

If there is an iconic character – along with Jason Vorhees and Freddy Krueger – that is Michael Myers. Born from the mind of the genius John Carpenter in 1978, and kicking off the subgenre known as ‘slasher’, the serial killer has once again passed through the Sitges Fantastic Film Festival with his latest film carnage: Halloween Kills. There are already 13 installments of the saga, becoming one of the longest-lived in history. And as happened in its predecessor -that direct sequel to the first part released in 2018- Carpenter only exercises executive production and soundtrack composition tasks, to cede the witness behind the camera -again- to David Gordon Green. A filmmaker who has, to say the least, a curious filmography that ranges from ‘indie drama’ (All the Real Girls, Undertow), to the most hooligan comedy (Superfumados, El kangaroo).

On this occasion, Green repeats in writing the script with his friend the comedian Danny McBride and joins the shortlist Scott Teems (replacing Jeff Fradley, who collaborated in the writing of that Halloween night). The story places us in the past: when the police desperately search for the perpetrator of a massacre in a quiet neighborhood of Haddonfield (Illinois), until he is arrested, but not before leaving a trail of blood among the agents. Then, we go back to the end of the previous installment, when Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) escapes badly – along with her daughter and her granddaughter – from the dangerous masked murderer who tried to end her life in the late 70s. Michael Myers He has been locked in her house and it seems that he is going to be devoured by the flames that set fire to the home, but the firefighters enter there and release him. Upon escaping, the fearsome psychopath begins a massacre that will also make the people themselves lose their minds looking for him.

The film is a most hilarious ‘fan service’, in fact its title, which is reminiscent of Machete Kills, already gives us some clues about where the film is going. The deaths of the gore are accompanied by some of the most absurd dissertations of the protagonists and of an alienated town – in search of revenge – tired of stabbings and beheadings. Moving away from the more solemn tone of the previous part, Green signs a tape that is closer to the crazy Texas Chainsaw Massacre II and Happy Death Day than other ‘slasher’ to use. Another of the surprises that the film holds is that the character of Jamie Lee Curtis remains in the background, to give more prominence to the roles of his daughter and granddaughter. A joy that, even assuming more of the same, will not disappoint the followers of the saga in search of increasingly cruel, explicit and -why not- hideous murders..

‘Antlers’: Family Drama and American Folklore

We continue with another of the Festival’s highlights: the supernatural horror film Antlers: Dark Creature. A film that has suffered several delays in its premiere due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but that comes with the endorsement of having behind one of the scriptwriters of the moment: Nick Antosca (creator of the Channel Zero and New cherry flavor series). The film opens with a trafficker who makes methamphetamine in an inactive mine, together with his partner, while his 7-year-old son waits for them playing outside. Something goes wrong, and they awaken a supernatural entity that owns the father and seems to absorb the energy of his son. From that moment, the other living family member (a 12-year-old boy) will have to feed two loved ones who, little by little, are transforming into other creatures with little human. Suspecting that something bad is happening in the boy’s environment, his school teacher (played by a solvent Keri Russell) begins to indignant until he reaches a path that seems most irrational for his brother, the local sheriff (whom he gives life to a very overweight Jesse Plemons). Antosca’s script has most of the characteristic elements of its products: a family drama and American legends or myths. The problem is that in the hands of such an ineffective director as Scott Cooper (Black Mass. Strictly criminal), the film ends up becoming a feature film lacking in rhythm and emotion, despite its careful photography and good performances. A small disappointment, with some notorious drops in rhythm (which cause disinterest in the viewer on more than one occasion), which makes it go unnoticed at a Festival that has left us jewels like Mad God or The Innocents.

Mickey Keating drags the public into boredom (albeit very aesthetically) with ‘Offseason’

We close the chronicle with Mickey Keating’s Offseason. The American director, who began taking his first steps with the production company Blumhouse (making his debut behind the cameras: Ritual), has become “the pretty boy of indie horror”. The filmmaker, who has already gone through the Festival with Carnage Park and Psychopaths (which seemed like an important nonsense in his day) has brought us what they have presented as his greatest immersion in horror cinema. The film presents us with a couple who access an island when the holiday season is over, across a bridge, since they have warned her that someone has destroyed her mother’s grave. In this place it seems to breathe an unhealthy atmosphere and little by little the two will realize that they have fallen prey to a local curse from which it will be difficult for them to escape. Despite being very esthetic behind the camera, Keating gives us a trifle devoid of rhythm and meaning. A film that seems to want to pay homage to Lucio Fulci from Fear in the city of the undead, but which remains a bad copy of Dagon. The cult of evil. The protagonist wanders around the town overwhelmed, trying to find her boyfriend and escape from there, until she leads the viewer to the most absolute boredom, while trying to find plot coherence. Highlight -to bad- the ‘flashbacks’ starring the deceased mother who sometimes come to border on the ridiculous at levels of The Room (yes, the infamous Tommy Wiseau feature film), in addition to some very shabby makeup effects. Keating’s fans – who are quite a few in the world – will have loved it, the one who writes is quite repelled by his work in general … and it won’t be because I don’t try.

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Sitges Festival Day 6: More of the same, but more hilarious, with ‘Halloween Kills’ – Movie News

[date_timestamp] => 1634407039 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => other actor replacements that were controversial [link] => https://bofads.com/other-actor-replacements-that-were-controversial/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Sat, 16 Oct 2021 17:54:15 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesactorBen AffleckcontroversialHenry CavillJohnny DeppMegan FoxreplacementsWarner Bros.Zendaya [guid] => https://bofads.com/other-actor-replacements-that-were-controversial/ [description] => Extra The replacements for Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill were the latest in a long line of controversial cast changes. Review other cases that gave a lot to talk about! By Nicolas Franciulli 23-06-2021 – 13:42hs UTC © GETTYLike Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill: Other Replacements That Were Controversial Warner Bros is still in the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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The replacements for Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill were the latest in a long line of controversial cast changes. Review other cases that gave a lot to talk about!

Like Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill: Other Replacements That Were Controversial
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Warner Bros is still in the eye of the storm because it replaced Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck as Superman and Batman, respectively. The replacements were poorly taken by fans who are reluctant to change the actors of their favorite characters. This type of controversy is not new because there were other cases that gave much to talk about within the entertainment industry. Review the most important ones!

Actors who were replaced with controversy of their roles

Mads Mikkelsen by Johnny Depp

One of the latest and most controversial of all. The role of Gellert Grindelwald in Fantastic Animals 3 changed its interpreter after Warner Bros decided to fire Depp after the sentence of his trial with The Sun that concluded that he physically assaulted Amber Heard. Mikkelsen took responsibility and acknowledged that he could not ignore Johnny’s work: “There has to be a bridge between what Johnny did and what I am going to do. And at the same time, I also have to make it mine.”

Christopher Plummer por Kevin Spacey

The director of All the Money in the World, Ridley Scott, had to act quickly to find a replacement for Spacey after the multiple allegations of sexual harassment against him became known. The film was scheduled to premiere in January 2018 and in November 2017 the scandal exploded. The production prioritized the work of the entire team and changed the controversial House Of Cards actor in record time.

Alexandra Shipp by Zendaya

The protagonist of Euphoria was ready to star in 2014’s Aaliyah: Pincess of R&B, a biopic about the singer who died in 2001. However, the family of the character in question opposed the project, arguing that the production company was not their preference and that the The actress didn’t like her either. Finally, the film was carried out but following the requests of the relatives and that is why Shipp arrived as an artist.

Elizabeth Shue by Claudia Wells

One of the classics of the cinema like Back to the Future also underwent changes in its cast. Jennifer Parker’s interpreter in the first film was replaced in the third of the trilogy. The reasons for the modification were force majeure: Wells’s mother had been diagnosed with cancer in 1989, months before filming began on the latest films. Director Robert Zemeckis decided to hire Shue and even re-shot the first scene of the tape.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley por Megan Fox

The Transformers saga had an indisputable absence in his last film: Fox decided to leave the project after having starred in the first two films. What happened? There were serious problems with director Michael Bay. The actress left the production and had no qualms about shooting the filmmaker: she compared him to Napoleon and Hitler for his authoritarianism on the sets.

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other actor replacements that were controversial

) [summary] => Extra The replacements for Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill were the latest in a long line of controversial cast changes. Review other cases that gave a lot to talk about! By Nicolas Franciulli 23-06-2021 – 13:42hs UTC © GETTYLike Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill: Other Replacements That Were Controversial Warner Bros is still in the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Extra

The replacements for Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill were the latest in a long line of controversial cast changes. Review other cases that gave a lot to talk about!

Like Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill: Other Replacements That Were Controversial
© GETTYLike Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill: Other Replacements That Were Controversial

Warner Bros is still in the eye of the storm because it replaced Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck as Superman and Batman, respectively. The replacements were poorly taken by fans who are reluctant to change the actors of their favorite characters. This type of controversy is not new because there were other cases that gave much to talk about within the entertainment industry. Review the most important ones!

Actors who were replaced with controversy of their roles

Mads Mikkelsen by Johnny Depp

One of the latest and most controversial of all. The role of Gellert Grindelwald in Fantastic Animals 3 changed its interpreter after Warner Bros decided to fire Depp after the sentence of his trial with The Sun that concluded that he physically assaulted Amber Heard. Mikkelsen took responsibility and acknowledged that he could not ignore Johnny’s work: “There has to be a bridge between what Johnny did and what I am going to do. And at the same time, I also have to make it mine.”

Christopher Plummer por Kevin Spacey

The director of All the Money in the World, Ridley Scott, had to act quickly to find a replacement for Spacey after the multiple allegations of sexual harassment against him became known. The film was scheduled to premiere in January 2018 and in November 2017 the scandal exploded. The production prioritized the work of the entire team and changed the controversial House Of Cards actor in record time.

Alexandra Shipp by Zendaya

The protagonist of Euphoria was ready to star in 2014’s Aaliyah: Pincess of R&B, a biopic about the singer who died in 2001. However, the family of the character in question opposed the project, arguing that the production company was not their preference and that the The actress didn’t like her either. Finally, the film was carried out but following the requests of the relatives and that is why Shipp arrived as an artist.

Elizabeth Shue by Claudia Wells

One of the classics of the cinema like Back to the Future also underwent changes in its cast. Jennifer Parker’s interpreter in the first film was replaced in the third of the trilogy. The reasons for the modification were force majeure: Wells’s mother had been diagnosed with cancer in 1989, months before filming began on the latest films. Director Robert Zemeckis decided to hire Shue and even re-shot the first scene of the tape.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley por Megan Fox

The Transformers saga had an indisputable absence in his last film: Fox decided to leave the project after having starred in the first two films. What happened? There were serious problems with director Michael Bay. The actress left the production and had no qualms about shooting the filmmaker: she compared him to Napoleon and Hitler for his authoritarianism on the sets.

.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
other actor replacements that were controversial

[date_timestamp] => 1634406855 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Naomie Harris (?Venom: There Will Be Carnage?): ?Playing a villain for the first time has been liberating? [link] => https://bofads.com/naomie-harris-venom-there-will-be-carnage-playing-a-villain-for-the-first-time-has-been-liberating/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Sat, 16 Oct 2021 17:54:06 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesactorsactressesBillboardCarnageFilmsframesHarrisliberatingmoviesNaomiephotosPlayingStarsTimeTrailersVenomvideosvillainWhowill quarter [guid] => https://bofads.com/naomie-harris-venom-there-will-be-carnage-playing-a-villain-for-the-first-time-has-been-liberating/ [description] => Although it has a long history full of important titles such as ’28 days later ‘,’ Pirates of the Caribbean ‘,’ Project Rampage ‘, the saga’ 007: James Bond ‘or’ Moonlight ‘, Naomie Harris had never ventured to play the character of a villain. Up to now. ‘Venom: There Will Be Carnage’, the sequel to ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Although it has a long history full of important titles such as ’28 days later ‘,’ Pirates of the Caribbean ‘,’ Project Rampage ‘, the saga’ 007: James Bond ‘or’ Moonlight ‘, Naomie Harris had never ventured to play the character of a villain. Up to now. ‘Venom: There Will Be Carnage’, the sequel to the well-known Marvel symbiote starring Tom Hardy and directed by Andy Serkis, has given him that opportunity by giving him the role of Scream, the evil sentimental partner of Carnage who uses her voice as a weapon.

“The thing that stands out the most from this experience is working with Andy Serkis again. It’s the third time I’ve worked with him because I think he’s phenomenal”Harris explained in his meeting with eCartelera about his motivation to join this Venom sequel. “I mean, he is an amazing actor, director and human being. And it is a privilege to work with him. That is what I stand out the most. And also to work with Woody Harrelson. I worked with him like in the beginning of my career, a long time ago. I was in my twenties then, he was a lot of fun and now he’s still exactly the same, a great human being who made the whole experience very easy for me. So I loved that. “, continues.

Although Harris, when asked about her intention to continue within the superhero genre in the long term, also highlighted another detail for which she was attracted to ‘Venom: There will be carnage’, which is neither more nor less than the opportunity it gave him to play an evil character for the first time in his career.

“Yeah, I liked superhero movies, and then I like to do my little indie movies. I basically like variety. That’s what keeps me passionate and excited about being a part of the profession, it’s just getting to do a lot of things. different roles “, said the actress. “And for me, the wonderful thing about this is that i had never played a villain before so it was my first chance and i found it liberating, highlights.

“I think it’s the background of the villains that really gives them that different flavor and character. They have their own unique way of being vindictive, ruthless and unpredictable, and I think that with Scream, what I really love about her is how playful she is, as well as being downright evil, stands out from his role in ‘Venom: There Will Be Carnage’. “I love that kind of combination and she is completely ruthless as someone who has been raised to be a good girl, sensitive to other people’s feelings and these kinds of things. It’s nice to break free of all those social norms and just interpret.”, Explain.

Your voice training process

To prepare a villain like Grito, Naomie Harris had to carry out a training job for her voice, although the interpreter emphasizes that it was not a complicated experience, but rather the opposite. “Actually it was more fun than difficultBecause she has been in a facility without being able to use her voice or be able to speak to someone who has been locked up for 25 years or so. And when he comes out, his voice is really hoarse and he hasn’t had much vocal control, so I worked with my amazing coach to find all that. It was a fun trip. We need to be able to play with all those different ways to find her vocal level. “, concludes his explanation.

‘Venom: There Will Be Carnage’ opens in theaters on Friday, October 15.

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Naomie Harris (‘Venom: There Will Be Carnage’): “Playing a villain for the first time has been liberating”

) [summary] => Although it has a long history full of important titles such as ’28 days later ‘,’ Pirates of the Caribbean ‘,’ Project Rampage ‘, the saga’ 007: James Bond ‘or’ Moonlight ‘, Naomie Harris had never ventured to play the character of a villain. Up to now. ‘Venom: There Will Be Carnage’, the sequel to ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Although it has a long history full of important titles such as ’28 days later ‘,’ Pirates of the Caribbean ‘,’ Project Rampage ‘, the saga’ 007: James Bond ‘or’ Moonlight ‘, Naomie Harris had never ventured to play the character of a villain. Up to now. ‘Venom: There Will Be Carnage’, the sequel to the well-known Marvel symbiote starring Tom Hardy and directed by Andy Serkis, has given him that opportunity by giving him the role of Scream, the evil sentimental partner of Carnage who uses her voice as a weapon.

“The thing that stands out the most from this experience is working with Andy Serkis again. It’s the third time I’ve worked with him because I think he’s phenomenal”Harris explained in his meeting with eCartelera about his motivation to join this Venom sequel. “I mean, he is an amazing actor, director and human being. And it is a privilege to work with him. That is what I stand out the most. And also to work with Woody Harrelson. I worked with him like in the beginning of my career, a long time ago. I was in my twenties then, he was a lot of fun and now he’s still exactly the same, a great human being who made the whole experience very easy for me. So I loved that. “, continues.

Although Harris, when asked about her intention to continue within the superhero genre in the long term, also highlighted another detail for which she was attracted to ‘Venom: There will be carnage’, which is neither more nor less than the opportunity it gave him to play an evil character for the first time in his career.

“Yeah, I liked superhero movies, and then I like to do my little indie movies. I basically like variety. That’s what keeps me passionate and excited about being a part of the profession, it’s just getting to do a lot of things. different roles “, said the actress. “And for me, the wonderful thing about this is that i had never played a villain before so it was my first chance and i found it liberating, highlights.

“I think it’s the background of the villains that really gives them that different flavor and character. They have their own unique way of being vindictive, ruthless and unpredictable, and I think that with Scream, what I really love about her is how playful she is, as well as being downright evil, stands out from his role in ‘Venom: There Will Be Carnage’. “I love that kind of combination and she is completely ruthless as someone who has been raised to be a good girl, sensitive to other people’s feelings and these kinds of things. It’s nice to break free of all those social norms and just interpret.”, Explain.

Your voice training process

To prepare a villain like Grito, Naomie Harris had to carry out a training job for her voice, although the interpreter emphasizes that it was not a complicated experience, but rather the opposite. “Actually it was more fun than difficultBecause she has been in a facility without being able to use her voice or be able to speak to someone who has been locked up for 25 years or so. And when he comes out, his voice is really hoarse and he hasn’t had much vocal control, so I worked with my amazing coach to find all that. It was a fun trip. We need to be able to play with all those different ways to find her vocal level. “, concludes his explanation.

‘Venom: There Will Be Carnage’ opens in theaters on Friday, October 15.

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Dune and Spider-Man: No Way Home. The latter, of course, is a Marvel movie?which the dude who directed The Irishman famously compared to ?theme park rides.? In the past two years, Martin Scorsese?s comments have done nothing to slow down the ride. If anything, the MCU has sped up, taking attention away from ?smaller? films?like Dune. Denis Villeneuve, whose blockbuster adaptation of Frank Herbert?s sci-fi epic Dune releases this month, recently made headlines for taking a few digs at Marvel movies while his star, Timothée Chalamet, said the best advice he got on navigating Hollywood was ?no hard drugs and no superhero movies.?

A big-budget adaptation boasting creative integrity versus another theme park ride. Once again we find ourselves in a Warner Bros. v. Marvel Studios scenario (foreshadowing?). A slew of factors, including marketing (or lack thereof), have set these two up as the most anticipated event films of 2021, but which is the most anticipated?

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Dune and Spider-Man: No Way Home. The latter, of course, is a Marvel movie?which the dude who directed The Irishman famously compared to ?theme park rides.? In the past two years, Martin Scorsese?s comments have done nothing to slow down the ride. If anything, the MCU has sped up, taking attention away from ?smaller? films?like Dune. Denis Villeneuve, whose blockbuster adaptation of Frank Herbert?s sci-fi epic Dune releases this month, recently made headlines for taking a few digs at Marvel movies while his star, Timothée Chalamet, said the best advice he got on navigating Hollywood was ?no hard drugs and no superhero movies.?

A big-budget adaptation boasting creative integrity versus another theme park ride. Once again we find ourselves in a Warner Bros. v. Marvel Studios scenario (foreshadowing?). A slew of factors, including marketing (or lack thereof), have set these two up as the most anticipated event films of 2021, but which is the most anticipated?

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[date_timestamp] => 1634406271 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => The 10 Richest Stand Up Comedians In The World, 2021 [link] => https://bofads.com/the-10-richest-stand-up-comedians-in-the-world-2021/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Sat, 16 Oct 2021 17:36:19 +0000 [category] => TrendingComediansRicheststandWorld [guid] => https://bofads.com/the-10-richest-stand-up-comedians-in-the-world-2021/ [description] => ?If we don?t laugh, we cry? is a phrase that often rings true, given the abundance of talent we have in the Stand-Up comedy genre. Often tagged as the most lucrative jobs out there, some of the most sought-after comedians are making fortune based on their talent. Depending on the money they make, we have ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

?If we don?t laugh, we cry? is a phrase that often rings true, given the abundance of talent we have in the Stand-Up comedy genre. Often tagged as the most lucrative jobs out there, some of the most sought-after comedians are making fortune based on their talent.

Depending on the money they make, we have shortlisted the best stand-up comedians of the world today. Let us check the list below to delve further into details.

  1. Jerry Seinfield
    Net Worth: $950 million.
    Jerry Seinfield is mostly credited for his performance in the sitcom ?Seinfield?. With equity points of 7.5%, the show topped the ratings and also earned Jerry a hefty amount of $1 million per episode. Even though his character has exited from the show, today his total earnings are estimated as $950 million.

  2. David Letterman
    Net Worth: $400 million.
    David Letterman is always credited as the longest-serving late-night television host.  He has spent nearly three decades in the industry and is known for his cheeky interviews with celebrities.  His current net worth is around $400 million.

  3. Matt Stone
    Net Worth: $700 million.
    Matt Stone is a stand-up comic who walks multiple paths with equal aplomb. Before creating the successful series ?South Park?, Matt has co-produced Cannibal. Today he earns around $25 to $30 million annually and has a net worth of $700 million.
  4. Bryon Allen
    Net Worth: $400 million.
    Bryon Allen?s breakthrough performance came when he starred in The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. While he did break the record of being the youngest performer on the show, today he owns a series of television networks that earns syndicate profits. He is one of the sought-after comedians today.
  5. Matt Groening
    Net Worth: $600 million.
    When we talk about comedy how the creator of ?The Simpsons? be left behind. Yes, the man behind one of the famous shows is none other than Matt Groening. With a string of successful shows under his belt, Groening has also received several awards in his career for his work. Today his net worth is $600 million.

  6. Bill Cosby
    Net Worth: $400 million.
    Bill Cosby is mainly credited for bringing the Cosby show to the main limelight. Apart from this, he has also created other shows which have touched the peak of popularity. Today his net worth is estimated at around $400 million.

  7. Trey Parker
    Net Worth: $600 million.
    Trey Parker is also touted as one of the most successful stand-up comedians today. He along with Matt Stone is credited for bringing the famous series ?South Park? to life. Just like his partner his net worth is around $600 million today.

  8. Adam Sandler
    Net Worth: $420 million.
    Many of us know Adam Sandler as one of the prolific actors in Hollywood today. But before joining the A-league Sandler worked in ?Saturday Live?. Today he earns $20 million per movie and is regarded as a comedian and actor with dozens of hit films to his credit.

  9. Ellen DeGeneres
    Net Worth: $500 million.
    The title to one of the finest female comedians of the era will go to ?Ellen DeGeneres?. Apart from having her show today, Ellen has also worked as a voice artist for films like ?Finding Nemo? and ?Finding Dory?.

  10. Jay Leno
    Net Worth: $450 million.
    Jay Leno?s first stint as a comedian happened when he featured on the Tonight Show. After that, there was no looking back. He frequently acted as a substitute for Johnny Carson in the show and left a great impact on the audience. Today he performs independently on several platforms and has a net worth of $450 million.

Detailed findings & methodology: CEOWORLD magazine put together a panel of experts to go over data points culled from virtually every reputable wealth tracking media outlet including Bloomberg, The Richest, Money Inc, Cheat Sheet, GOBankingRates, Celebritynetworth, Wealthygorilla, Forbes, and more. Based on a consensus from these sources, the final decision for ranking was judged editorially. All data is for the most recent period available. Some were not included in the official statistics for various reasons, primarily due to the lack of necessary data. Just remember, these values and fluctuations are estimations based on a host of variables and publicly available documents. The margin of sampling error for the full data sample is plus or minus 1.2 percentage points. In addition to sampling error, one should bear in mind that as in all survey research, there are possible sources of error?such as coverage, nonresponse, and measurement error??that could affect the results. All figures in US dollars.

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) [summary] => ?If we don?t laugh, we cry? is a phrase that often rings true, given the abundance of talent we have in the Stand-Up comedy genre. Often tagged as the most lucrative jobs out there, some of the most sought-after comedians are making fortune based on their talent. Depending on the money they make, we have ... Read more [atom_content] =>

?If we don?t laugh, we cry? is a phrase that often rings true, given the abundance of talent we have in the Stand-Up comedy genre. Often tagged as the most lucrative jobs out there, some of the most sought-after comedians are making fortune based on their talent.

Depending on the money they make, we have shortlisted the best stand-up comedians of the world today. Let us check the list below to delve further into details.

  1. Jerry Seinfield
    Net Worth: $950 million.
    Jerry Seinfield is mostly credited for his performance in the sitcom ?Seinfield?. With equity points of 7.5%, the show topped the ratings and also earned Jerry a hefty amount of $1 million per episode. Even though his character has exited from the show, today his total earnings are estimated as $950 million.

  2. David Letterman
    Net Worth: $400 million.
    David Letterman is always credited as the longest-serving late-night television host.  He has spent nearly three decades in the industry and is known for his cheeky interviews with celebrities.  His current net worth is around $400 million.

  3. Matt Stone
    Net Worth: $700 million.
    Matt Stone is a stand-up comic who walks multiple paths with equal aplomb. Before creating the successful series ?South Park?, Matt has co-produced Cannibal. Today he earns around $25 to $30 million annually and has a net worth of $700 million.
  4. Bryon Allen
    Net Worth: $400 million.
    Bryon Allen?s breakthrough performance came when he starred in The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. While he did break the record of being the youngest performer on the show, today he owns a series of television networks that earns syndicate profits. He is one of the sought-after comedians today.
  5. Matt Groening
    Net Worth: $600 million.
    When we talk about comedy how the creator of ?The Simpsons? be left behind. Yes, the man behind one of the famous shows is none other than Matt Groening. With a string of successful shows under his belt, Groening has also received several awards in his career for his work. Today his net worth is $600 million.

  6. Bill Cosby
    Net Worth: $400 million.
    Bill Cosby is mainly credited for bringing the Cosby show to the main limelight. Apart from this, he has also created other shows which have touched the peak of popularity. Today his net worth is estimated at around $400 million.

  7. Trey Parker
    Net Worth: $600 million.
    Trey Parker is also touted as one of the most successful stand-up comedians today. He along with Matt Stone is credited for bringing the famous series ?South Park? to life. Just like his partner his net worth is around $600 million today.

  8. Adam Sandler
    Net Worth: $420 million.
    Many of us know Adam Sandler as one of the prolific actors in Hollywood today. But before joining the A-league Sandler worked in ?Saturday Live?. Today he earns $20 million per movie and is regarded as a comedian and actor with dozens of hit films to his credit.

  9. Ellen DeGeneres
    Net Worth: $500 million.
    The title to one of the finest female comedians of the era will go to ?Ellen DeGeneres?. Apart from having her show today, Ellen has also worked as a voice artist for films like ?Finding Nemo? and ?Finding Dory?.

  10. Jay Leno
    Net Worth: $450 million.
    Jay Leno?s first stint as a comedian happened when he featured on the Tonight Show. After that, there was no looking back. He frequently acted as a substitute for Johnny Carson in the show and left a great impact on the audience. Today he performs independently on several platforms and has a net worth of $450 million.

Detailed findings & methodology: CEOWORLD magazine put together a panel of experts to go over data points culled from virtually every reputable wealth tracking media outlet including Bloomberg, The Richest, Money Inc, Cheat Sheet, GOBankingRates, Celebritynetworth, Wealthygorilla, Forbes, and more. Based on a consensus from these sources, the final decision for ranking was judged editorially. All data is for the most recent period available. Some were not included in the official statistics for various reasons, primarily due to the lack of necessary data. Just remember, these values and fluctuations are estimations based on a host of variables and publicly available documents. The margin of sampling error for the full data sample is plus or minus 1.2 percentage points. In addition to sampling error, one should bear in mind that as in all survey research, there are possible sources of error?such as coverage, nonresponse, and measurement error??that could affect the results. All figures in US dollars.

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The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of the CEOWORLD magazine.
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Around the same period last year, Amber Heard and Johnny Depp were in the British courtroom where Depp was fighting a Libel trial against a British tabloid who labelled him a Wife-Beater. This was in reference to his alleged violent relationship with his former wife Heard. The fate wasn?t in the Pirates Of The Caribbean star?s favour and he lost it, losing many more things following that day. But that wasn?t the last time he was entering court to fight a case.

If you are unaware, Johnny Depp is still in a case and that is moving to the court this May. And this time around, he is again directly fighting with Amber Heard. The Pirates star sued Amber for $50 Million, accusing her of breaching the court?s order and writing an oped for a leading daily on her experience with domestic abuse pointing towards him.

While this was fresh, Amber Heard took her chance and counter sued Johnny Depp for $100 Million. She accused him of trying to tarnish her career by a social media campaign and also defamation. Now as we speak, the latest update has some news to offer from the court. Read on to know everything you should about the same.

The two will be fighting in Fairfax County, Virginia in mid-2022 (May precisely). As per We Got This Covered, Amber Heard tried to convince the court to overthrow Johnny Depp?s case before it goes to court. As per Heard?s lawyers, the claim has been already proved in the UK court. But turns out Fairfax County Judge Penney Azcarate has disagreed.

As per Azcarate, the laws of Libel according to the British court are too different from the US, and squashing Johnny Depp?s case could only set a very wrong precedent for the future. This means Johnny and Amber Heard are all set to be standing against each other this coming May. Meanwhile, it is also probable that Elon Musk will be in standing in the court to testify, as per recent reports. Stay tuned to Koimoi for more.

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Johnny Depp & Amber Heard Will Be Fighting In Court In May 2022 (Photo Credit: Facebook)

Around the same period last year, Amber Heard and Johnny Depp were in the British courtroom where Depp was fighting a Libel trial against a British tabloid who labelled him a Wife-Beater. This was in reference to his alleged violent relationship with his former wife Heard. The fate wasn?t in the Pirates Of The Caribbean star?s favour and he lost it, losing many more things following that day. But that wasn?t the last time he was entering court to fight a case.

If you are unaware, Johnny Depp is still in a case and that is moving to the court this May. And this time around, he is again directly fighting with Amber Heard. The Pirates star sued Amber for $50 Million, accusing her of breaching the court?s order and writing an oped for a leading daily on her experience with domestic abuse pointing towards him.

While this was fresh, Amber Heard took her chance and counter sued Johnny Depp for $100 Million. She accused him of trying to tarnish her career by a social media campaign and also defamation. Now as we speak, the latest update has some news to offer from the court. Read on to know everything you should about the same.

The two will be fighting in Fairfax County, Virginia in mid-2022 (May precisely). As per We Got This Covered, Amber Heard tried to convince the court to overthrow Johnny Depp?s case before it goes to court. As per Heard?s lawyers, the claim has been already proved in the UK court. But turns out Fairfax County Judge Penney Azcarate has disagreed.

As per Azcarate, the laws of Libel according to the British court are too different from the US, and squashing Johnny Depp?s case could only set a very wrong precedent for the future. This means Johnny and Amber Heard are all set to be standing against each other this coming May. Meanwhile, it is also probable that Elon Musk will be in standing in the court to testify, as per recent reports. Stay tuned to Koimoi for more.

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[date_timestamp] => 1634405690 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => How Much Money Did All 5 Movies Make? [link] => https://bofads.com/how-much-money-did-all-5-movies-make/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Sat, 16 Oct 2021 17:25:03 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesMoneymovies [guid] => https://bofads.com/how-much-money-did-all-5-movies-make/ [description] => Love them or hate them, it?s impossible to deny that the Twilight movies were wildly successful. Based on the popular book series by Stephenie Meyer, the movies tell the story of a human girl, Isabella ?Bella? Swan and a ?vegetarian? vampire, Edward Cullen as they navigate the trials and tribulations of falling in love. The ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Love them or hate them, it?s impossible to deny that the Twilight movies were wildly successful. Based on the popular book series by Stephenie Meyer, the movies tell the story of a human girl, Isabella ?Bella? Swan and a ?vegetarian? vampire, Edward Cullen as they navigate the trials and tribulations of falling in love. The five films: Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn ? Part 1, and Breaking Dawn ? Part 2 make up one of the highest-grossing film franchises of all time. But just how much money did the movies make at the box office?

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Though Twilight turned out to be highly-successful, the first film was never slated to be a blockbuster hit. In fact, when the movie was first being shopped around to production and distribution companies, it was turned down again and again. In a 2018 interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Catherine Hardwicke, who directed the first movie, revealed that many studios rejected the film before Summit Entertainment finally decided to take a chance on it.

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Love them or hate them, it?s impossible to deny that the Twilight movies were wildly successful. Based on the popular book series by Stephenie Meyer, the movies tell the story of a human girl, Isabella ?Bella? Swan and a ?vegetarian? vampire, Edward Cullen as they navigate the trials and tribulations of falling in love. The five films: Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn ? Part 1, and Breaking Dawn ? Part 2 make up one of the highest-grossing film franchises of all time. But just how much money did the movies make at the box office?

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Though Twilight turned out to be highly-successful, the first film was never slated to be a blockbuster hit. In fact, when the movie was first being shopped around to production and distribution companies, it was turned down again and again. In a 2018 interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Catherine Hardwicke, who directed the first movie, revealed that many studios rejected the film before Summit Entertainment finally decided to take a chance on it.

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[date_timestamp] => 1634405103 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Ghostbusters: Afterlife review: an expanded franchise for a new generation [link] => https://bofads.com/ghostbusters-afterlife-review-an-expanded-franchise-for-a-new-generation/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Sat, 16 Oct 2021 17:23:35 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesAfterlifeExpandedFranchiseGenerationghostbustersreview [guid] => https://bofads.com/ghostbusters-afterlife-review-an-expanded-franchise-for-a-new-generation/ [description] => After more than a year of delays, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is finally headed to theaters. The newest movie in the franchise is a direct sequel to Ghostbusters 2, which was released more than 30 years ago. Its director, Jason Reitman, is the son of Ivan Reitman, who directed both of the original Ghostbusters films. Ahead of ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

After more than a year of delays, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is finally headed to theaters. The newest movie in the franchise is a direct sequel to Ghostbusters 2, which was released more than 30 years ago. Its director, Jason Reitman, is the son of Ivan Reitman, who directed both of the original Ghostbusters films. Ahead of the movie?s official release on Nov. 19, Polygon had the chance to see the movie during its special surprise screening at New York Comic Con, and we have some spoiler-free thoughts on the ghostly new movie.

Fair warning, the movie?s premise is explained below, along with content from the first trailer. But we aren?t revealing anything else, and certainly none of the movie?s biggest surprises.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife follows Callie (The Leftovers? Carrie Coon) and her children Trevor (Stranger Things? Finn Wolfhard), and Phoebe (Mckenna Grace), as they move from their life in the city to a broken-down farmhouse in the middle of nowhere, which Callie?s estranged father owned and died in. As it turns out, her father also happened to be Egon Spengler, the former Ghostbuster originally played by Harold Ramis. The movie overall is a touching tribute to Ramis, the co-writer and co-star of the original films, who passed away in 2014.

Inside the house, Egon left seemingly hundreds of tools, gadgets, and Ghostbusting paraphernalia for Phoebe and Trevor to discover, and for longtime fans to cheer over. These moments of nostalgia are littered all over the place, and the references are mostly harmless fan service ? even if it occasionally feels like the camera lingers too long on a prop or two from the original movie. The one real exception is a cloying moment near the end of the movie that sends it hurtling over the nostalgia cliff, and sours the whole experience a bit.

Image: Columbia Pictures

Unlike other recent long-delayed sequels, like Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Afterlife sidesteps the worst nostalgia traps by making children its primary characters. Trevor and Phoebe don?t idolize the Ghostbusters ? they?ve barely even heard of them, which leaves the enthusiasm for the fans in the theater, rather forcing it out of the actors on screen.

The most commendable part of Afterlife may be its structure, and how little it looks like the original Ghostbusters, even though the movies? stories share more than a few similarities. There?s no attempt to form a new Ghostbusting team, or to recapture the magic and chemistry of the original stars. Instead, Reitman focuses on building strong characters ? something he excelled at in his previous movies, like Up in the Air and Juno ? and bringing them into the world of Ghostbusters. Rather than a work of pure reinvention, Afterlife feels more like an expansion of the universe, and of the limits defining what a Ghostbusters movie can be. This movie says a Ghostbusters story can be about kids finding where they fit into the world, just as much as it can be about Bill Murray flirting with Sigourney Weaver after she?s turned into the herald of a Sumerian god.

Those kids are really the stars of this show. Rather than a witty one-liner comedy like the first two movies, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is more like an Amblin Entertainment movie, full of adolescent adventures and a few jokes along the way. There are sweeping scenes of kids getting into trouble, and discovering first crushes and first friends. Adults like Paul Rudd, playing a science teacher named Gary Gruberson, show up to offer the kids some help, or at least some funny exposition.

Paul Rudd in Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Image: Columbia Pictures

The performances by the movie?s young actors are mostly winning, but the two standouts by far are Mckenna Grace?s Phoebe and her first-ever friend, who calls himself Podcast because he hosts one. Podcast is played by newcomer Logan Kim, who is hilarious, charming, and a natural-born scene-stealer. But while Kim provides most of the movie?s best jokes, Grace handles just about everything else. If this movie rests on the shoulders of any one character, it?s Phoebe, who is socially awkward, a little weird, and tremendously smart ? exactly what Ghostbusters fans would expect from Egon?s granddaughter.

Grace is outstanding in the role, and she echoes Ramis without ever imitating him, making the character uniquely her own. She even has to match up with Carrie Coon in the movie?s most dramatic scenes and Rudd in its most comedic, and she?s excellent at each. Grace has already been great in a few movies ? including playing the younger version of half the blonde actresses in Hollywood over the last few years ? but in Ghostbusters: Afterlife, she may have finally found her star-making role.

Mckenna Grace with a proton pack in Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Image: Columbia Pictures

Even with its emphasis on its new young characters, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is still stuffed with references, inside jokes, and reverence for the original movies in the series. There are dozens of tiny moments that will make die-hard Ghostbusters fans cheer ? and they certainly cheered at Comic Con. But the most exciting thing about the movie is how it looks to welcome a new generation of kids into the Ghostbusters world, both onscreen and off. With Afterlife?s endless string of callbacks, Jason Reitman lovingly pays homage to his father?s series, but the new characters are where Jason?s own intimate and personal style of filmmaking shines through. Because of that, it seems fitting that Ghostbusters: Afterlife is at its best when it?s about young characters finding their place in a pop-culture landscape their predecessors built.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife debuts in theaters Nov. 19.

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) [summary] => After more than a year of delays, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is finally headed to theaters. The newest movie in the franchise is a direct sequel to Ghostbusters 2, which was released more than 30 years ago. Its director, Jason Reitman, is the son of Ivan Reitman, who directed both of the original Ghostbusters films. Ahead of ... Read more [atom_content] =>

After more than a year of delays, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is finally headed to theaters. The newest movie in the franchise is a direct sequel to Ghostbusters 2, which was released more than 30 years ago. Its director, Jason Reitman, is the son of Ivan Reitman, who directed both of the original Ghostbusters films. Ahead of the movie?s official release on Nov. 19, Polygon had the chance to see the movie during its special surprise screening at New York Comic Con, and we have some spoiler-free thoughts on the ghostly new movie.

Fair warning, the movie?s premise is explained below, along with content from the first trailer. But we aren?t revealing anything else, and certainly none of the movie?s biggest surprises.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife follows Callie (The Leftovers? Carrie Coon) and her children Trevor (Stranger Things? Finn Wolfhard), and Phoebe (Mckenna Grace), as they move from their life in the city to a broken-down farmhouse in the middle of nowhere, which Callie?s estranged father owned and died in. As it turns out, her father also happened to be Egon Spengler, the former Ghostbuster originally played by Harold Ramis. The movie overall is a touching tribute to Ramis, the co-writer and co-star of the original films, who passed away in 2014.

Inside the house, Egon left seemingly hundreds of tools, gadgets, and Ghostbusting paraphernalia for Phoebe and Trevor to discover, and for longtime fans to cheer over. These moments of nostalgia are littered all over the place, and the references are mostly harmless fan service ? even if it occasionally feels like the camera lingers too long on a prop or two from the original movie. The one real exception is a cloying moment near the end of the movie that sends it hurtling over the nostalgia cliff, and sours the whole experience a bit.

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Unlike other recent long-delayed sequels, like Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Afterlife sidesteps the worst nostalgia traps by making children its primary characters. Trevor and Phoebe don?t idolize the Ghostbusters ? they?ve barely even heard of them, which leaves the enthusiasm for the fans in the theater, rather forcing it out of the actors on screen.

The most commendable part of Afterlife may be its structure, and how little it looks like the original Ghostbusters, even though the movies? stories share more than a few similarities. There?s no attempt to form a new Ghostbusting team, or to recapture the magic and chemistry of the original stars. Instead, Reitman focuses on building strong characters ? something he excelled at in his previous movies, like Up in the Air and Juno ? and bringing them into the world of Ghostbusters. Rather than a work of pure reinvention, Afterlife feels more like an expansion of the universe, and of the limits defining what a Ghostbusters movie can be. This movie says a Ghostbusters story can be about kids finding where they fit into the world, just as much as it can be about Bill Murray flirting with Sigourney Weaver after she?s turned into the herald of a Sumerian god.

Those kids are really the stars of this show. Rather than a witty one-liner comedy like the first two movies, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is more like an Amblin Entertainment movie, full of adolescent adventures and a few jokes along the way. There are sweeping scenes of kids getting into trouble, and discovering first crushes and first friends. Adults like Paul Rudd, playing a science teacher named Gary Gruberson, show up to offer the kids some help, or at least some funny exposition.

Paul Rudd in Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Image: Columbia Pictures

The performances by the movie?s young actors are mostly winning, but the two standouts by far are Mckenna Grace?s Phoebe and her first-ever friend, who calls himself Podcast because he hosts one. Podcast is played by newcomer Logan Kim, who is hilarious, charming, and a natural-born scene-stealer. But while Kim provides most of the movie?s best jokes, Grace handles just about everything else. If this movie rests on the shoulders of any one character, it?s Phoebe, who is socially awkward, a little weird, and tremendously smart ? exactly what Ghostbusters fans would expect from Egon?s granddaughter.

Grace is outstanding in the role, and she echoes Ramis without ever imitating him, making the character uniquely her own. She even has to match up with Carrie Coon in the movie?s most dramatic scenes and Rudd in its most comedic, and she?s excellent at each. Grace has already been great in a few movies ? including playing the younger version of half the blonde actresses in Hollywood over the last few years ? but in Ghostbusters: Afterlife, she may have finally found her star-making role.

Mckenna Grace with a proton pack in Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Image: Columbia Pictures

Even with its emphasis on its new young characters, Ghostbusters: Afterlife is still stuffed with references, inside jokes, and reverence for the original movies in the series. There are dozens of tiny moments that will make die-hard Ghostbusters fans cheer ? and they certainly cheered at Comic Con. But the most exciting thing about the movie is how it looks to welcome a new generation of kids into the Ghostbusters world, both onscreen and off. With Afterlife?s endless string of callbacks, Jason Reitman lovingly pays homage to his father?s series, but the new characters are where Jason?s own intimate and personal style of filmmaking shines through. Because of that, it seems fitting that Ghostbusters: Afterlife is at its best when it?s about young characters finding their place in a pop-culture landscape their predecessors built.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife debuts in theaters Nov. 19.

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Santo Domingo. Among the tax reforms that the administration of President Luis Abinader has proposed, there is, as it has transpired, a possible modification to Law 108.10 to promote the film industry, legislation that has made possible the development of the industry and the arrival in the country of millionaire international film productions.

According to a report delivered to Free Diary, by the press office of the Directorate General of Cinema (Dgcine), between January 1 and August 10, fifty film projects were shot in the country.

The total of the budgets approved for the filming of feature films, short films, television commercials, documentaries or animation, under article 34 of incentive to local cinema established in Law 108-10, amounts to more than one billion pesos, from of 17 films that made use of the aforementioned article, while the reality show Dominicana’s Got Talent acquired article 39, an incentive to foreign investment for the realization of its second season. Eight projects rolled did not apply to the legislation.

While article 39, which encourages foreign investment in the country through cinema, attracted seven productions that took advantage of the benefits, the rest did not apply, but the approved budget was RD $ 11, 094, 270,754. 25. (more than eleven billion pesos)

Filmmakers and producers have raised their opposition to modifications to legislation that has had a great impact on the industry, however, some are cautious, while others warn that equalizing the incentives of articles 34 and 39 would be to decree the death of cinema .

Adocine

The president of the Dominican Association of Film Industry Professionals (Adocine), Ivan Reynoso, he abstained from referring to the statement because he understands that it is an unofficial document.

“Everyone is concerned, dismayed and obviously they are studying to see what the next steps are. You have to wait until you know what the government’s intention is. I do not think it is wise to set a position without having an official approach. We have seen the position of the president regarding the cinema, and everything he has indicated so far is in favor of maintaining the Law, ?commented the president of Adocine.

The experienced film producer agrees with what was raised by other of his colleagues, who have said that, if the legislation is contributing, it should not be touched.

?There is no need to modify it. It is a very young law, we have very strong competition in all of Central America and the Caribbean as a destination for filming with Article 39, but what happens, there is no 39 if not there is a team that supports it, but there will be no work team without it Article 34. There is no way that one can exist without the other, because right now you have about 7 thousand people who work directly in the industry, not including the number of companies that have been formalized to provide service to the industry, but that must be added to the number of people who work indirectly with the industry ?, he reflected.

Among others, Iván Reynoso has served as a producer of national and international films. Know how the business is in the back of your hands and how it affects, for example, the communities where a movie is filmed.

?The closest thing to the construction business is the cinema when it comes to the distribution of money in all areas of our economy. Tell me which company will spend 20 million pesos on a local movie in a town? Happened to me with Gourme TuberI remember that the population of Monte Plata felt our presence due to the dynamization of the economy. It is the only one that really distributes the money, “he said.

He recalled that he was a local producer of the film Arthur the King starring Mark Wahlberg and filmed in Las Terrenas and also in the Colonial City. ?That movie opened five hotels that were closed, that town was dead because we filmed in the middle of a pandemic, with a curfew. That is what we have to understand, now well for productions to come we have to have the work team because it is not efficient to bring staff from abroad and that is only achieved when we have a staff delivered with Article 34 “, said the president of Adocine

The filmmaker and consul in Los Angeles, Alfonso Rodriguez, It was spoken in terms similar to those raised by Reynoso. He recalled that so far they are only rumors and that he has made it known to colleagues who have contacted him by phone.

?I have told everyone who has called me to wait and see what they are going to propose because right now we do not know anything, although there is a project for a tax reform that will obviously touch all economic sectors of Dominican life and I imagine that the cinema I imagine that it will be one of them, but we have to wait to see where they are going to put the mingo to see if one is going to continue playing with the black ball or the white ball ?, commented Alfonso Rodríguez.

By referring to the document in which the possible changes are established. ?I read that document and it doesn’t make any sense what it says that they are going to match 34 with 39 that doesn’t make any sense. ?I have told the filmmakers who have called me to be calm, that the numbers of the Film Law are very clear, we have created 7,000-odd jobs in ten years, 40,000-odd people benefit from cinema, Lawyers and peoples also benefit. What the government stops receiving from Dominican cinema is paid for by foreign cinema, because it is a law that it designed that way. The local cinema in what it does that they keep the industry alive so that when a Sandra Bullock and a Jennifer Lopez arrive in the country, the technicians have work and continue to have work. If there is no article 34, there are no 39, if there are no Dominican films, he will not see foreign films. That is understood by everyone and the one who understands it the most is the Minister of Finance, Jochy Vicente, who is a film producer with more than 10 films, ?revealed Alfonso Rodríguez in an interview with program 12 and 2 hosted by Karina Larrari and Sergio Carlo for the 91 fm ?, he commented.

Alfonso Rodríguez revealed that the Minister of Finance knows the film industry very well and that on more than one occasion he has worked with him on some of the films of businessman José Miguel Bonetti.

Hans García, filmmaker and former president of the Dominican Association of Film Industry Professionals (Adocine) also set his position.

?Equating the conditions of article 34 with article 39 would be the sudden death of the Dominican film industry, because it is impossible to make a film with those conditions, much less compete with the advantage of tax credits generated by foreign productions. You know that the tax credits that these productions (foreign ones) are not sold at 25%, but cheaper with benefits for the entrepreneurs who buy them, if we are going to compete with article 39 under those conditions ?, revealed Hans García .

By defending the legislation to promote the film industry in the country, he assured that they are the most organized sector.

?In our country there is no industry sector more regulated and formalized than ours. Everyone who works under the protection of Law 108-10 rigorously pays their taxes, otherwise they will not work. All the companies created to offer services to the industry comply with their obligations with the DGII as well as the employees they hire ?, emphasized Hans García.

We trust that President Luis Abinader will turn a deaf ear to those voices that have been raised, through their proposals, to destroy the Film Law. We believe and trust that, as he told us, his government has every interest in making this industry grow and that it is now that the golden years of Dominican cinema arrive, ?he added.

The former president of the Dominican Association of Film Professionals (Adocine) explained that since the creation of cinema as an industry in the country and until the momentum that the Film Law has given, barely one or two films were shot a year. Since the creation of Law 108-10, an industry has flourished that allows around 30 Dominican films to be shot every year, which produces thousands of jobs for professionals and specialized technicians.

The film professional took the opportunity to make a call to the President of the Republic, Luis Abinader, and remind him of the words and commitment assumed with the film industry on June 9, 2020.

?We are more than convinced that the order will not come from your government to destroy a growing industry such as the Dominican Film Industry. We trust his word in which he established that maintaining tax incentives was not in dispute and that the golden age of Dominican cinema would come with his government, ?he argued.

Omar de la cruz, director of the Global Film Festival is opposed to a modification of the Hundred Law, but in case that occurs, he considered the following.

?If they are going to make any changes, an acceptable proposal would be to increase article 39 from 25% to 30% or 40% (tax credit) to generate more attractiveness for foreign investment. Regarding article 34, the credit will make it transferable like 39 and leave it the same to continue promoting the local industry, as well as setting a spending cap of 3,500,000,000 for the film industry. In addition, establish that local investors of 25% who can invest in the film industry must first invest a minimum of 50% (25%) in article 34 and after complying with that quota, the remainder in article 39 ” De la Cruz advised.

“Equating the conditions of article 34 with article 39 would be the sudden death of the Dominican film industry, because it is impossible to make a film with those conditions”

.

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) [summary] => Santo Domingo. Among the tax reforms that the administration of President Luis Abinader has proposed, there is, as it has transpired, a possible modification to Law 108.10 to promote the film industry, legislation that has made possible the development of the industry and the arrival in the country of millionaire international film productions. According to ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Santo Domingo. Among the tax reforms that the administration of President Luis Abinader has proposed, there is, as it has transpired, a possible modification to Law 108.10 to promote the film industry, legislation that has made possible the development of the industry and the arrival in the country of millionaire international film productions.

According to a report delivered to Free Diary, by the press office of the Directorate General of Cinema (Dgcine), between January 1 and August 10, fifty film projects were shot in the country.

The total of the budgets approved for the filming of feature films, short films, television commercials, documentaries or animation, under article 34 of incentive to local cinema established in Law 108-10, amounts to more than one billion pesos, from of 17 films that made use of the aforementioned article, while the reality show Dominicana’s Got Talent acquired article 39, an incentive to foreign investment for the realization of its second season. Eight projects rolled did not apply to the legislation.

While article 39, which encourages foreign investment in the country through cinema, attracted seven productions that took advantage of the benefits, the rest did not apply, but the approved budget was RD $ 11, 094, 270,754. 25. (more than eleven billion pesos)

Filmmakers and producers have raised their opposition to modifications to legislation that has had a great impact on the industry, however, some are cautious, while others warn that equalizing the incentives of articles 34 and 39 would be to decree the death of cinema .

Adocine

The president of the Dominican Association of Film Industry Professionals (Adocine), Ivan Reynoso, he abstained from referring to the statement because he understands that it is an unofficial document.

“Everyone is concerned, dismayed and obviously they are studying to see what the next steps are. You have to wait until you know what the government’s intention is. I do not think it is wise to set a position without having an official approach. We have seen the position of the president regarding the cinema, and everything he has indicated so far is in favor of maintaining the Law, ?commented the president of Adocine.

The experienced film producer agrees with what was raised by other of his colleagues, who have said that, if the legislation is contributing, it should not be touched.

?There is no need to modify it. It is a very young law, we have very strong competition in all of Central America and the Caribbean as a destination for filming with Article 39, but what happens, there is no 39 if not there is a team that supports it, but there will be no work team without it Article 34. There is no way that one can exist without the other, because right now you have about 7 thousand people who work directly in the industry, not including the number of companies that have been formalized to provide service to the industry, but that must be added to the number of people who work indirectly with the industry ?, he reflected.

Among others, Iván Reynoso has served as a producer of national and international films. Know how the business is in the back of your hands and how it affects, for example, the communities where a movie is filmed.

?The closest thing to the construction business is the cinema when it comes to the distribution of money in all areas of our economy. Tell me which company will spend 20 million pesos on a local movie in a town? Happened to me with Gourme TuberI remember that the population of Monte Plata felt our presence due to the dynamization of the economy. It is the only one that really distributes the money, “he said.

He recalled that he was a local producer of the film Arthur the King starring Mark Wahlberg and filmed in Las Terrenas and also in the Colonial City. ?That movie opened five hotels that were closed, that town was dead because we filmed in the middle of a pandemic, with a curfew. That is what we have to understand, now well for productions to come we have to have the work team because it is not efficient to bring staff from abroad and that is only achieved when we have a staff delivered with Article 34 “, said the president of Adocine

The filmmaker and consul in Los Angeles, Alfonso Rodriguez, It was spoken in terms similar to those raised by Reynoso. He recalled that so far they are only rumors and that he has made it known to colleagues who have contacted him by phone.

?I have told everyone who has called me to wait and see what they are going to propose because right now we do not know anything, although there is a project for a tax reform that will obviously touch all economic sectors of Dominican life and I imagine that the cinema I imagine that it will be one of them, but we have to wait to see where they are going to put the mingo to see if one is going to continue playing with the black ball or the white ball ?, commented Alfonso Rodríguez.

By referring to the document in which the possible changes are established. ?I read that document and it doesn’t make any sense what it says that they are going to match 34 with 39 that doesn’t make any sense. ?I have told the filmmakers who have called me to be calm, that the numbers of the Film Law are very clear, we have created 7,000-odd jobs in ten years, 40,000-odd people benefit from cinema, Lawyers and peoples also benefit. What the government stops receiving from Dominican cinema is paid for by foreign cinema, because it is a law that it designed that way. The local cinema in what it does that they keep the industry alive so that when a Sandra Bullock and a Jennifer Lopez arrive in the country, the technicians have work and continue to have work. If there is no article 34, there are no 39, if there are no Dominican films, he will not see foreign films. That is understood by everyone and the one who understands it the most is the Minister of Finance, Jochy Vicente, who is a film producer with more than 10 films, ?revealed Alfonso Rodríguez in an interview with program 12 and 2 hosted by Karina Larrari and Sergio Carlo for the 91 fm ?, he commented.

Alfonso Rodríguez revealed that the Minister of Finance knows the film industry very well and that on more than one occasion he has worked with him on some of the films of businessman José Miguel Bonetti.

Hans García, filmmaker and former president of the Dominican Association of Film Industry Professionals (Adocine) also set his position.

?Equating the conditions of article 34 with article 39 would be the sudden death of the Dominican film industry, because it is impossible to make a film with those conditions, much less compete with the advantage of tax credits generated by foreign productions. You know that the tax credits that these productions (foreign ones) are not sold at 25%, but cheaper with benefits for the entrepreneurs who buy them, if we are going to compete with article 39 under those conditions ?, revealed Hans García .

By defending the legislation to promote the film industry in the country, he assured that they are the most organized sector.

?In our country there is no industry sector more regulated and formalized than ours. Everyone who works under the protection of Law 108-10 rigorously pays their taxes, otherwise they will not work. All the companies created to offer services to the industry comply with their obligations with the DGII as well as the employees they hire ?, emphasized Hans García.

We trust that President Luis Abinader will turn a deaf ear to those voices that have been raised, through their proposals, to destroy the Film Law. We believe and trust that, as he told us, his government has every interest in making this industry grow and that it is now that the golden years of Dominican cinema arrive, ?he added.

The former president of the Dominican Association of Film Professionals (Adocine) explained that since the creation of cinema as an industry in the country and until the momentum that the Film Law has given, barely one or two films were shot a year. Since the creation of Law 108-10, an industry has flourished that allows around 30 Dominican films to be shot every year, which produces thousands of jobs for professionals and specialized technicians.

The film professional took the opportunity to make a call to the President of the Republic, Luis Abinader, and remind him of the words and commitment assumed with the film industry on June 9, 2020.

?We are more than convinced that the order will not come from your government to destroy a growing industry such as the Dominican Film Industry. We trust his word in which he established that maintaining tax incentives was not in dispute and that the golden age of Dominican cinema would come with his government, ?he argued.

Omar de la cruz, director of the Global Film Festival is opposed to a modification of the Hundred Law, but in case that occurs, he considered the following.

?If they are going to make any changes, an acceptable proposal would be to increase article 39 from 25% to 30% or 40% (tax credit) to generate more attractiveness for foreign investment. Regarding article 34, the credit will make it transferable like 39 and leave it the same to continue promoting the local industry, as well as setting a spending cap of 3,500,000,000 for the film industry. In addition, establish that local investors of 25% who can invest in the film industry must first invest a minimum of 50% (25%) in article 34 and after complying with that quota, the remainder in article 39 ” De la Cruz advised.

“Equating the conditions of article 34 with article 39 would be the sudden death of the Dominican film industry, because it is impossible to make a film with those conditions”

.

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Filmmakers and producers, opposed to changes to the Film law

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