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2019-06-06 15:11:45

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2019-05-28 14:08:46

Leslie Jones Breaks Down Game of Thrones Season 8 Premiere In Funny Video

Leslie Jones hilariously breaks down the season 8 premiere of Game of Thrones in a brand new clip. HBO’s smash series is back for its final outing, and while there wasn’t any shocking deaths of major characters in the premiere, there’s still a lot that happened. With no shortage of great moments to talk about, the comedian had a field day dissecting the new episode of the fantasy series.

Game of Thrones season 8 episode 1 (aptly titled “Winterfell”) opened with the arrival of Jon (Kit Harington) and Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) at the northern castle, marking the reunion of the former with his (supposed) siblings. While the Starks’ warmly welcomed him, Sansa (Sophie Turner) wasn’t exactly thrilled with the Khaleesi’s presence despite being diplomatic with her. Later in the episode, Sam (John Bradley) also drops the bombshell on Jon about his true lineage. Whether or not he’s the one to deliver the news to Daenerys remains to be seen, but the couple seems to still be head-over-heels in love with each other. The episode ends with the much-anticipated reunion of Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) and Jamie (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) after their encounter all the way back in season 1 where the Kingslayer shoved the young boy out a window, crippling him.

Related: Game of Thrones: Every Season 1 Callback in The Season 8 Premiere

With so much to discuss, Jones sat down with Late Night with Seth Meyer host, Seth Meyer for the segment, Game of Jones, where they both watched the season 8 premiere of Game of Thrones. The actress/comedian didn’t disappoint with her reaction as she is voracious and animated all throughout. Apparently, the HBO show is the first nerdy content she’s really been obsessed with, explaining her enthusiasm to almost everything happening on the screen. Watch the full video below:

This is not the first time that Jones has done this, sitting down with Meyers for different episodes of Game of Thrones over the last couple of seasons and providing simultaneous commentary to what they’re watching. At one point during an earlier video, Lord Varys actor Conleth Hill surprised her and joined the screening. During that session, she confronted him with where his real loyalty lies despite the fact that he’s stuck it out with Daenerys. While Game of Thrones is the only nerd content that Jones provides commentary at this level, she’s also live-tweeted her viewing of Avengers: Infinity War to the delight of people reading her tweets – even the cast of the movie.

From the sound of it, Jones and Meyer will be doing this as a weekly thing throughout the final season of Game of Thrones. As the tension is amplified in the final five episodes of the HBO series, watching this segment is a great way to put a fun spin on it without disrespecting the seriousness of the narrative. If anything, Game of Jones somehow provides a communal experience for fans who may not have anyone to share the experience of seeing how the story for one of the best shows on TV pans out.

More: Game of Thrones Star Explains Jamie Lannister’s Reaction to Seeing [Spoiler]

Game of Thrones continues Sunday, April 21 at 9pm on HBO.

Source: Late Night with Seth Meyers


2019-04-20 09:04:10

Ana Dumaraog

10 Most Memorable Quotes From The Indiana Jones Movies

Just a couple of years after he created one instantly iconic franchise with Star Wars, George Lucas took the world of cinema by storm and caught lightning in a bottle for a second time. Inspired by the old adventure serials he used to watch when he was a kid, Lucas created Indiana Jones, a smooth-talking, infinitely cool archeologist/explorer with a leather jacket, a satchel, and a bullwhip.

RELATED: Indiana Jones Land Reportedly Being Considered At Disney World

Steven Spielberg saw the character as an American James Bond, so he jumped at the opportunity to sit in the director’s chair. Just like Bond movies, the Indy movies are endlessly quotable. So, without further ado, here are the 10 Most Memorable Quotes From The Indiana Jones Movies.

10 “Antidote.” “To what?” “The poison you just drank, Dr. Jones!”

This exchange takes place in the tense opening scene of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (which is seen as a sequel, but is technically a prequel, since it’s set before Raiders) and it sets the tone perfectly. Indy is having a tense conversation with some Chinese gangsters over a drink, and then one of them – Lao Che – takes out a little vial and informs Indy he’s just ingested poison.

In the end, he gets the antidote after chasing it across a nightclub dance floor. After that, Indy ends up escaping on Lao Che’s private plane, so that doesn’t end well for him either.

9 “No ticket!”

Both the first and third Indiana Jones movies satirize the Nazis by having them as wacky villains, but the third one most deeply immerses us in the world of Nazi-occupied Europe. Indy even comes face-to-face with Adolf Hitler at a book-burning. There’s also an extended sequence set on a Zeppelin.

RELATED: Indiana Jones Voted Greatest Movie Character Of All-Time

To fit in, Indy takes the uniform of a ticket collector and then impersonates the ticket collector, asking all the passengers for their tickets. After tossing Vogel, one of the movie’s primary villains, out of a window on the Zeppelin and getting some stares, Indy said, “No ticket!” Then everyone started scrambling for their tickets.

8 “Jock! Start the engine!”

The opening scene of Raiders of the Lost Ark might be the greatest opening scene of all time. An opening scene, especially in an action-adventure movie like this, is responsible for setting the tone for the movie.

Raiders opens with Indy heading into an ancient temple in the middle of the jungle to uncover an old relic. He avoids all the booby traps on the way in, then takes the relic and makes his way out of the temple. There, he’s chased back to the plane by an indigenous tribe of dozens of warriors. He yells to his pilot, “Jock! Start the engine!”

7 “We do not follow maps to buried treasure, and X never, ever marks the spot.”

A lot of the best quotes from the third Indy movie, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, are dialogue exchanges between Indy and his dad. For example, when they take a plane from the Zeppelin and get pursued by Nazi fighter pilots, Henry, Sr. tells Indy, “I didn’t know you could fly a plane,” and Indy replies, “Fly, yes. Land, no.”

However, as with all Indy movies, there are some classic one-liners to be found in the threequel. One example comes near the beginning, as Indy disproves a common misconception about searching for hidden treasure: “X never, ever marks the spot.”

6 “If you want to be a good archeologist, you gotta get out of the library!”

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is by far the least popular movie in the franchise. It is a modern take, set in the ‘50s with a grizzled octogenarian Dr. Jones fighting some Soviet villains.

The movie is heavy on CGI (it even features aliens) and that, paired with its poor plotting and corny dialogue, led to a lot of fans comparing it to the Star Wars prequel trilogy. However, the fourquel does have one classic Indy quote: “If you want to be a good archeologist, you gotta get out of the library!” That’s his whole ideology.

5 “Half the German army’s on our tail, and you want me to go to Berlin?”

Right after a big car chase involving Indy riding a motorcycle like Steve McQueen in The Great Escape, with his father in the sidecar, Henry, Sr. suggests heading to Berlin. That’s where the bad guys have taken his diary, which contains crucial information about the whereabouts of the Holy Grail that will aid them in their quest.

Indy doesn’t think they need it, because his buddy Marcus has a map, but Henry, Sr. insists the diary includes more information than just a map. Indy says, “Half the German army’s on our tail, and you want me to go to Berlin? Into the lion’s den?” His dad replies, “Yes! The only thing that matters is the Grail.”

4 “What is Shankara?” “Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.”

The Shankara stones are the MacGuffins at the center of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Indy finds himself in an Indian village, where they inform him that the stones (and their children) have been taken by a mysterious religious cult.

Right as they’re about to head off on their journey, Short Round asks, “What is Shankara?” to which Indy replies, “Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.” The movie itself was criticized for taking the story to darker places than in the original, Raiders, but the back-and-forth between Indy and his new kid sidekick Short Round are lighthearted and fun.

3 “A boat?! We’re not sinking, we’re crashing!”

Willie Scott has been criticized for being a typical damsel in distress character. All she does is scream and run away from danger and rely on the men around her – one of whom is like a ten-year-old boy – to save her. But she does have one redeeming quality: this classic line.

RELATED: Steven Spielberg Open to Making Next Indiana Jones a Woman

Indy, Willie, and Short Round find themselves stuck on a plane with no pilot headed for the side of a mountain. Indy finds that there are no parachutes, but there is an inflatable raft. Willie says, “A boat?! We’re not sinking, we’re crashing!” But Indy makes it work and they raft down the mountain.

2 “Don’t call me Junior!”

It was a stroke of genius to introduce fans to Indiana Jones’ father in Last Crusade, because their unique dynamic made a powerful dramatic core for the movie. And casting Sean Connery, the original James Bond, as the father of the character who was conceived as an American James Bond (this was Spielberg’s idea, according to the DVD’s making-of doc) was just the cherry on top.

He and Harrison Ford developed such an entertaining and real rapport that they genuinely seem to be an estranged father and son in the movie. The end result is maybe the best installment in the series.

1 “Snakes. Why did it have to be snakes?”

Every great character has a weakness, ranging from Superman’s aversion to Kryptonite to Marty McFly’s disdain for being called “chicken.” In the case of Indiana Jones, he’s deathly afraid of snakes. We see this in Raiders of the Lost Ark when he lowers himself into the giant underground tomb that contains the Ark of the Covenant and finds that the floor is covered with slithering, hissing snakes.

He looks on at the snakes, frozen with fear, and says, “Snakes. Why did it have to be snakes?” He pulls through in the end, but then the Nazis get a hold of the Ark of the Covenant.

NEXT: 10 Things We Want To See In Indiana Jones 5


2019-04-15 03:04:12

Ben Sherlock

What to Expect from Jessica Jones Season 3

Jessica Jones season 3 will premiere sometime soon on Netflix, but what is the story this time around? Set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the series features Krysten Ritter as the titular character – a former superhero turned hard-drinking detective in New York City. Jessica Jones season 1 premiered on Netflix in 2015, and season 2 was released in 2018.

Overall, Jessica Jones has been well-received by critics and fans alike. The show features a strong female lead with Ritter, who previously appeared in shows like Veronica Mars, Gilmore Girls, and Breaking Bad. For her Jessica Jones season 1 performance, Ritter was nominated by the Critics’ Choice Television Awards for Best Actress in a Drama Series

Related: Marvel Movie Timeline: A Complete History Of The MCU

Unfortunately for fans of Jessica Jones, the third season of the show will be its last on Netflix, as the streaming service has cancelled all six of its Marvel shows. Here’s what we know so far about Jessica’s last hurrah, and whether there’s any hope for a fourth season elsewhere.

Jessica Jones Season 3 Release Date

As of March 2019, Jessica Jones’ season 3 premiere date hasn’t been announced. But we do know this: the initial Netflix deal was announced in October 2013 and the entirety of season 1 premiered on November 20, 2015. As for season 2, new episodes were ordered in January 2016 and premiered in full on March 8, 2018. Jessica Jones season 3 was ordered by Netflix on April 12, 2018, with a 2019 release date set. Given the past production schedule for Jessica Jones, more episodes will likely arrive in summer or fall of this year. Like previous seasons, Jessica Jones season 3 will consist of 13 hour-long episodes.

Jessica Jones’ Season 3 Story

Fans of the original Jessica Jones comic know that major events in the title character’s life haven’t been seen on the Netflix series thus far. As a result, season 3 will likely be even more action-packed, especially considering recent production news (more on that next). 

Jessica Jones season 2 ends with conflict between the title character, her adoptive sister/pal Trish Walker, and her estranged mother (whom Jessica had believed was dead), Alisa Jones. Trish is out for vengeance because she blames Alisa for the death of Dr. Karl Malus, the man responsible for saving her life. Ultimately, Trish succeeds with her plan after Alisa takes Jessica on a mother-daughter road trip. So, Jessica Jones season 3 will undoubtedly accentuate the on-going conflict between Jessica and Trish, along with the inevitable return of the Purple Man aka Kilgrave.

On a larger scale, fans are hoping that season 3 will include the Purple Daughter narrative, of which is currently ongoing in the comic. However, that’s quite a lot of storyline to cover in just one season, and it’s more likely that Jessica Jones season 3 will try to offer some closure for fans since it is – as far as we know – the final chapter of Jessica’s story. Series creator Melissa Rosenberg has at least promised that Jessica Jones will go “out with a bang.”

Will Jessica Jones Season 4 Happen?

Last February, Netflix cancelled Jessica Jones, along with fellow Marvel series The Punisher (Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist had all been cancelled earlier). Fans have theorized about possible reasons behind the cancellation, and we learned that Netflix most likely based their decision on declining viewer numbers. There’s also the fact that Disney and Netflix will soon be in direct competition, with the former company launching its own streaming service with Disney+ and gaining a controlling share of Hulu with the imminent acquisition of 21st Century Fox.

Netflix owns all the existing seasons of its Marvel shows, but doesn’t own the rights to those particular versions of the characters, so it’s possible that Jessica Jones could get a fourth season elsewhere. Hulu, which is already distributing Marvel’s Runaways, may end up acquiring other Marvel shows as well, so there’s always hope. For now, however, fans should get ready to say goodbye to Jessica Jones.

More: A Complete Timeline Of Netflix’s Marvel Cancellation


2019-03-09 12:03:22

Q.V. Hough

Iron Fist Star Finn Jones to Lead FOX Serial Killer Pilot Prodigal Son

Former Iron Fist star Finn Jones lands his next TV gig, playing lead character Malcolm Bright in new FOX serial killer pilot Prodigal Son. Now 30-years-old, Jones has been acting steadily since 2009 in his native U.K., starting out on the long-running British soap opera Hollyoaks. Jones cut his teeth as many actors do after that, appearing in B-movies like slasher sequel Wrong Turn 5. Jones was even a part of Texas Chainsaw Massacre prequel Leatherface, which was shot in 2015, then infamously sat on a shelf until 2017.

Before landing the lead in Netflix’s Marvel show Iron Fist, Jones’ greatest fame had come playing Loras Tyrell in 21 episodes of HBO phenomenon Game of Thrones. With the high profile character of Danny Rand, Jones finally seemed to land his breakout role, and while Iron Fist was surprisingly canceled back in the fall along with Luke Cage and Daredevil, Jones did clearly impress the right people in Hollywood during his stint as a member of The Defenders, as he’s now set to headline his own potential FOX series.

Related: A Complete Timeline Of Netflix’s Marvel Cancellation

As reported by THR, Jones has been cast as the lead in rapidly growing FOX drama pilot Prodigal Son. Jones plays Malcolm Bright, a gifted criminal psychologist capable of helping catch serial killers due to his rather unique relationship with the subject. His father, Martin Whitly (Michael Sheen), was once a devoted family man by day and a vicious murderer nicknamed “The Surgeon” by night, before ultimately being caught and sent to prison. Despite their estranged relationship, Malcolm is sometimes forced to consult his father in order to solve cases.

While Prodigal Son obviously hasn’t been picked up to anything beyond a pilot as of yet, with Jones and Sheen leading the cast, it’s hard to imagine the series not getting at least one full season. Scandal’s Bellamy Young is also in the mix, playing Malcolm’s mother. One wonders what her character thought when it was revealed that her husband was a prolific serial killer, as that seems like something that would damage a marriage.

On the surface, the premise of Prodigal Son somewhat recalls Thomas Harris’ Hannibal Lecter novels and the movies/shows they were adapted into, with a skilled criminal profiler being forced into an unlikely alliance with an infamous criminal in order to stop other similar criminals. It’s also a bit reminiscent of NBC’s long-running The Blacklist. That said, success in Hollywood is often less about originality than it is about successfully executing the idea one has, no matter how derivative. Casting Jones and Sheen is certainly a good first step toward that goal.

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Source: THR


2019-03-08 08:03:53

Michael Kennedy

Doug Jones Turned Down Cameo In Hellboy Reboot

Actor Doug Jones was offered a cameo appearance in Neil Marshall’s new Hellboy reboot movie, but turned it down. The actor previously played the Abe Sapien in Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy and Hellboy II: The Golden Army. Additionally, he provided the voice for the character in two straight-to-video animated films set between the live-action films from 2005 to 2008.

The fictional character played by Doug Jones, Abe Sapien was first introduced in 1994’s Hellboy: Seed of Destruction by series creator Mike Mignola. Born Langdon Everett Caul, his name became a combination of the species “Ichthyo sapien” and Abraham Lincoln. Sapien has been the subject of his own comics, but is best known as a core member of Hellboy and B.R.R.D. He is sometimes referred to as an “amphibious man,” which amusingly draws a connection to another del Toro film in which Jones starred, The Shape of Water. When it came to whether or not Jones would appear in the forthcoming reboot of the film, it looks like there were talks, but little more.

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In an interview with THR, Jones confirmed he was just too busy with other projects to take on a smaller role or cameo in Lionsgate’s relaunch of the Hellboy franchise. He didn’t specify whether he was offered a cameo as Abe Sapien or another character, but he did explain his reason to pass on the film. He said:

“Reboot means recasting, and I’m told this first reboot does not have anybody in it from the original film. I received an offer to do a cameo, but I was deeply immersed in Star Trek: Discovery when that offer came in, so I couldn’t do it.”

In an interview with Screen Rant, Jones even offered a few words of advice to any actor who might take on the mantle of the amphibious man in future Hellboy sequels – though it was already confirmed that Abe Sapien would not officially appear in the reboot. He said, “Patience with the make-up, but otherwise make the character your own.” Turns out that those sound words might have to be reserved for some other Hellboy movie down the line. Although he may not be appearing in Neil Marshall’s Hellboy reboot, fans can still check out Doug Jones in Star Trek: Discovery, which is currently airing Thursday nights on CBS All Access.

Jones has brought his unique physique to animate some wonderful and strange creatures in film and TV, representing a gold standard for creating characters that could easily have come across inhuman without his unique touch. Whether it be his noble Starfleet officer Saru in Star Trek: Discovery or the Amphibian Man in The Shape of Water, Jones will continue to bring his incredible physical presence (and acting chops) to a myriad of other, more satisfying roles for years to come – just not Hellboy for the time being.

More: Screen Rant’s 50 Most Anticipated Movies of 2019

Source: THR



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2019-02-22 05:02:23

Indiana Jones 5: Karen Allen Hoping To Return As Marion

Karen Allen is hoping to return as Marion Ravenwood in the upcoming Indiana Jones 5, but she hasn’t heard anything about the project yet. While Lucasfilm has spent the past several years bringing back the Star Wars franchise to the limelight, they’ve also been piecing together another adventure for world-famous archeologist Dr. Henry Jones, Jr. Unfortunately, that project’s encountered numerous hurdles through development. Star Harrison Ford and director Steven Spielberg have been attached since the official announcement in 2016, but Indiana Jones 5’s release keeps getting pushed back. It’s now targeting a July 2021 premiere, meaning it’ll reach theaters to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark.

The most recent delay was due to concerns over the script, as Solo: A Star Wars Story co-writer Jonathan Kasdan was brought in to give Indy 5 a proper rewrite. As a result, it’s anyone’s best guess what historical artifact Dr. Jones will pursue this time around, and which allies will be joining him for the ride. But if one franchise veteran gets her wish, Indy could be going on another quest with the love of his life.

Related: Every Indiana Jones 5 Update You Need To Know

In an interview with Cinema Blend, Allen discussed her potential involvement with Indiana Jones 5, admitting she hasn’t been contacted by Lucasfilm about it. She chalked that up to the fact the studio’s still figuring out the narrative in an attempt to make the sequel as strong as it can be:

“I’m patiently waiting, no they haven’t [called]. I’m very much hoping that I will be a part of it and I think, from my understanding, they are creatively working away on a script that they will be happy enough with. They don’t want to rush into it If they’re going to do this they want it to be wonderful.”

Allen, of course, first appeared as Marion in Raiders, where she won the hearts of viewers (and Dr. Jones) with her feisty tenacity. But, in keeping with the Indiana Jones films’ James Bond influences, the next two installments gave the daring hero a new romanic interest, and Marion wasn’t even mentioned. Allen came back for 2008’s Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, which ended with Marion and Indy tying the knot. With that in mind, it’ll be interesting to see how the fifth movie handles her. Of course, if there’s a natural place for Marion in the story, the filmmakers and fans would enjoy seeing her return. There’s no denying Marion has a great dynamic with Indiana, with Allen and Ford’s chemistry lighting up the screen for several memorable scenes.

At the same time, it’s far from a guarantee the new movie includes Indiana’s family. Kingdom of the Crystal Skull had the rather infamous inclusion of Shia LaBeouf as Indy and Marion’s son Mutt, and based on comments by the actor himself and former Indy 5 writer David Koepp, that character will be absent from the forthcoming sequel. What that means for Marion remains to be seen, but it’s a distinct possibility Lucasfilm tries to minimize any direct connections to Crystal Skull and have Indiana Jones 5 operate more as a standalone adventure to send Ford off on a high note. If that’s the case, hopefully Marion and Mutt’s absence is explained in some dialogue.

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Source: Cinema Blend



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2018-12-03 02:12:18

Why Punisher & Jessica Jones Haven’t Been Canceled (Yet)

The partnership between Marvel Television and Netflix is clearly coming to an end – but why hasn’t the streaming giant already canceled The Punisher and Jessica Jones? The last two months have seen shocking news for fans of the popular Marvel Netflix streaming shows. In October, Netflix canceled Iron Fist just a month after the release of a much-improved second season. Only a week later, they also pulled the plug on Luke Cage. The latest disappointing news is the cancellation of the Marvel Netflix flagship series, Daredevil.

It’s clear that the relationship between Marvel and Netflix has deteriorated over the last year or so. Although Netflix is notoriously shy of revealing viewing figures, third-party analytics have suggested that audiences are tuning out of these shows. What’s more, it’s believed the cancellation of Luke Cage was due to major creative differences between the partners; there were reports of “behind-the-scenes turmoil” that even led Netflix to call for a change in that series’s creative regime. The cancellation of Daredevil is symbolic, suggesting that the age of Marvel Netflix is drawing to a close.

Related: EXCLUSIVE: Agents of SHIELD Is More Popular Than Any Marvel Netflix Show

There are still two Marvel Netflix shows that haven’t been canceled yet, though; Jessica Jones and The Punisher. At this stage, it’s safe to say that it’s only a matter of time before Netflix shut these last two series down as well, but for now they’re holding off. There’s a simple enough reason; production has already been completed on The Punisher season 2, and Jessica Jones season 3 is currently being filmed. Netflix has already invested money in both shows, which are expected to drop in 2019. Presumably The Punisher will be released early in the year, with Jessica Jones towards the middle or end. Given Daredevil was known to be one of the stronger-performing brands from the Marvel Netflix slate, it’s safe to assume that these will be the final seasons of their respective series.

Looking beyond 2019, what does the future have in store for DaredevilLuke CageIron FistJessica Jones, and The Punisher? It’s doubtful that these shows would transition easily to the Disney Plus streaming service, given they’re hardly PG-13 in tone and style. What’s more, when they canceled Daredevil, Netflix took the time to remind everyone that they permanently own the distribution rights to every season so far. “The three existing seasons will remain on the service for years to come,” the streaming giant pointed out. That said, there’s nothing to stop Marvel trying to sell seasons to another network, and they may even be well-suited to Hulu, which Disney reportedly plan to stream more mature content on going forward.

All this is sad news for Marvel Netflix fans, but at least there are still two more seasons to look forward to next year.

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