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Nearly three years after Man of Steel, Zack Snyder is back with Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, an ambitious film that not only attempts to play out the aftermath of the attack on Metropolis in the last movie, but also set up Warner Bros’ DC Universe film franchise. Batman v Superman is a overlong, poorly […] The post ‘Batman v. Superman’ Is a Gorgeous Mess [Video Review] appeared first on /Film.
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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will get itself a gritty, violent, R-rated alternate version – at least, on Blu-ray.
The film’s theatrical release carries a standard PG-13 rating. But in its latest bulletin, the MPAA (America’s de facto censor board) revealed that a home ent version of Zack Snyder’s superhero battle movie – entitled Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition – has been rated R.
Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice
Before you think this involves Clark Kent exposing his man of steel, it’s been given the rating for “sequences of violence”. This makes sense, given what we’ve heard from Snyder and his team. The director told us he is a “fanatic” admirer of Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns comic series, which took Bats into an extremely dark and brooding place.
The alternate edition may also in part be down to Deadpool’s record-breaking success at the box-office, which has left many studio executives stroking their chins and pondering a new strategy. The received wisdom for tentpole blockbusters had been to aim for a PG-13 rating, which would ensure the widest possible audience.
An R-rating – which requires under-17s to be accompanied by an adult – has long been seen as financially prohibitive. But the emphatically R-rated Deadpool has surprised everyone by earning half a billion dollars worldwide in less than two weeks, and subsequently thrown the superhero rulebook out of the super-window.
What the “Ultimate Edition” of DC’s big blockbuster bust-up will look like remains to be seen. But given the theatrical version has a running time of 2 hours, 31 minutes, the R-rated edition could be broaching the three-hour mark.
In any case, we’ll see what the PG-13 looks like on March 25, when Batman v Superman is released.
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AWARDS SHOWS ARE usually too polished and stiff to really have spontaneity. Unless Jennifer Lawrence is involved, there’s rarely room for surprises. But this year the folks at the Grammys have decided to welcome just a little bit of chaos into the proceedings—courtesy of the GrammyCam.
“What’s a GrammyCam?” you ask? Let us enlighten you. The GrammyCam is a device in the base of the Grammy trophy itself that will be live-streaming audio and video footage throughout tonight’s telecast, leaving Grammys coverage literally in the hands of whoever is on stage. Yes, that’s right, this year you’ll be able to experience the Grammys from the POV of those small gold gramophones handed out to winning artists.
And aside from the fact that you could know how it feels to be held in the hands of Taylor Swift or Kendrick Lamar, the GrammyCam also has the potential to deliver Internet gold. Just imagine all of the meme-able footage this will bring to the Grammys: backstage banter, lip sync battles and dance-offs, the unfortunate angles of famous people’s faces. All these are possible thanks to the GrammyCam.
“With the simplest idea of placing a camera at the base of the Grammy Award itself, we were immediately hyped about the possibility of offering fans the ultimate point of view,” says Grammy Awards CMO Evan Greene. “The evolution of social media into Snapchat and Periscope proves that people want that first-person experience. This was a natural progression of our focus on fan engagement.”
If nothing else, the Grammys should be applauded for their bravery. A live feed is a dangerous thing in the hands of celebrities. Remember Elisabeth Moss on E!’s Mani Cam?
Unlike the Mani Cam, though, the GrammyCam really does feel like it’s about inviting fans into the moment, rather than just finding a new way to ask “What are you wearing?!” It’s impossible to say what those moments are going to look like (one-man media circus Kanye West will be there, after all), but they’ll be compelling to watch nonetheless.
Check out the behind-the-scenes video above to see how Grammy craftsmen and made the GoPro-camera-equipped trophy possible.
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12 Years or Less for Lupita Nyong’s turned Superstar Overnight with ease!!
A peek into Lupita Nyong’o’s Instagram feed is a wild look into the jet-setting life of the current It Girl: Paris with Rihanna, posing like Audrey Hepburn circa Roman Holiday with her Best Supporting Actress Oscar on the steps of the Dolby Theatre, hobnobbing with a who’s who of movie stars, and showing off a killer nail game, day by day. Lupita Nyong’o is having a moment, and it’s great. She’s the best fashion muse to come along in quite some time, the rare actress who’s able to make couture work for her. In the case of most actresses, the beautiful dress is wearing them; not so with Lupita. She was heartbreaking and wonderful in 12 Years a Slave. And, most impressively, she’s no ingenue. As Ann Friedman writes at The Cut, “The woman who’s just been declared the freshest young thing in Hollywood is just a few years away…
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Do The Oscars Really Matter to the TV watching or Cinema going Public on a Whole or it it all just a big fantasy set for only the celebs to moan and groan about how high up the Superstar echelons they have climbed in an attempt to reach the very TOP of the ‘FAME TREE’!!!
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Voting has closed. Price-Waterhouse is counting the ballots. On Sunday night, we will find out who won the 86th annual Academy Awards. On Monday, most people will forget who won, except for the people who make it their business to never forget (Harvey Weinstein, I’m looking at you.) And given the hurt feelings, rivalries, and “How-the-fuck-could-they-ignore-XYZ-but-award-ABC” reactions that will become inevitable over time, I need to remind you guys of something really important:
THE OSCARS DO NOT MATTER.
That’s right. You heard me. I, the person who in fifth grade memorized every winner in just about all the major categories, am here to remind you all that these awards do not matter. Sure, they matter in that it’s fun, and that getting them means you’ll be king/queen for a day, and you have a beautifully designed trophy to put on your mantle. But seriously, whether or not the person…
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Marvel Comics by Stan Lee is the farther of Most Cartoon Superheroe Characters we all know and love from childhood.
Here is a list of heroes i remember including:
Appearing in “The 1970s Handbook”Edit
Avengers, Black Brother, Black Lama, Brute (Reed Richards), Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell), Cobalt Man (Ralph Roberts), Committee, Conspiracy, Corporation, Crusaders, Deadly Dozen, Defenders, Demon-Fire, Devil’s Heart, Doctor Glitternight, Dragon Circle (Black Panther enemies), Faceless One, Fantastic Four, Father Darklyte, Giant-Man (Black Goliath), Golem (Supernatural Statue), Hellcow, Hypno-Hustler, Janus, Korrek the Barbarian, John Kowalski, Lady Liberators, Liberty Legion, Magus (Universal Church of Truth), Mahkizmo, Manphibian, Man-Wolf, Martian Masters, Matador, Missing Link, Mr. Kline, Mr. Zodiac, Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers), Nomad, Power Man, Prime Mover, Psyklop, Punisher (Frank Castle), Royalist Forces of America, Sky-Walker, Slitherogue, Sons of the Tiger, Star Thief, Steel Serpent, Stunt-Master, Tagak, They Who Wield Power, Elianne Turac, Victorious, Virago, Wraith (Brian DeWolff), X-Men, Xorr the God-Jewel
A great new poster for Captain America: The Winter Soldier has been released online. Instead of dealing with the Cap or one of his comrades this poster shows his titular nemesis in full glory.
As many comic fans are no doubt already aware The Winter Soldier is not actually a new character, he had quite a role in the previous film.
This time though the man is out for revenge, and with that badass sniper rifle we just know he’s going to be packing a punch.
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