American Actress – Tina Mania http://tinamania.com/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 05:45:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://tinamania.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1-150x150.png American Actress – Tina Mania http://tinamania.com/ 32 32 American actress Robin Wright files for divorce from her third husband https://tinamania.com/american-actress-robin-wright-files-for-divorce-from-her-third-husband/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://tinamania.com/american-actress-robin-wright-files-for-divorce-from-her-third-husband/ Robin Wright has filed for divorce from her third husband, Clément Giraudet – whom she married in 2018, reports TMZ. The 56 year old man princess bride and Card castle The star attributed the split – which she listed as July 31 – from the 38-year-old Saint Laurent executive to “irreconcilable differences”, according to the […]]]>

Robin Wright has filed for divorce from her third husband, Clément Giraudet – whom she married in 2018, reports TMZ.

The 56 year old man princess bride and Card castle The star attributed the split – which she listed as July 31 – from the 38-year-old Saint Laurent executive to “irreconcilable differences”, according to the outlet.

Wright is not seeking either party to be liable for spousal support, according to documents viewed by TMZ.

She was previously married to her St. Barbara co-star Dane Witherspoon. Her second, and far more notable, marriage was to Sean Penn, with whom she shares daughter Dylan Frances and son Hopper Jack.

Wright knows a thing or two to get ahead.

She spoke to the Daily News last year about her directorial debut, Groundwhich she also starred in, noting that the film is about “human resilience and a renewed sense of hope and faith that usually comes from another person and the compassion of another person in your life” .

A representative for Wright did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Days before the September 22 divorce filing, Wright appeared at the 2022 Clinton Global Initiative meeting to discuss improving economic outcomes for women.

“I don’t want to embarrass her, but my husband said to Robin the other night, ‘You’re my favorite president and my favorite princess,'” Hillary Clinton said introducing Wright, who is also a co-founder of the non-profit sleepwear association. Women’s Foundation. “I mean, either would be great with me.”

Wright has three upcoming projects in the pipeline, including the crime thriller Where all the light tends to go, which is slated for release in 2023 and also stars Billy Bob Thornton. –New York Daily News/Tribune News Service

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6 Most Successful Canadian Actresses in Hollywood https://tinamania.com/6-most-successful-canadian-actresses-in-hollywood/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 20:00:00 +0000 https://tinamania.com/6-most-successful-canadian-actresses-in-hollywood/ The Great White North has produced some fine actors, writers, and directors in the entertainment industry over the years, including comedy legends, top stage actors, action heroes, and more. Here, we celebrate Canada’s most successful actresses. The actresses mentioned below started their careers in their humble homeland of Canada and eventually made a name for […]]]>

The Great White North has produced some fine actors, writers, and directors in the entertainment industry over the years, including comedy legends, top stage actors, action heroes, and more. Here, we celebrate Canada’s most successful actresses. The actresses mentioned below started their careers in their humble homeland of Canada and eventually made a name for themselves in Hollywood. While many of them started their careers with local TV productions, they went on to star in some of the biggest films and TV series ever made.


Together they starred in hit shows such as true blood, Grey’s Anatomy, Lostand How I Met Your Mother, as well as starred in blockbuster films and franchises such as Scream, The ant Man, The Avengersand sherlock holmes. While there are many amazing and talented Canadian actresses to choose from, the women below have achieved unprecedented success in their careers across the border. From humble beginnings to Hollywood heavyweights, here are the six most successful Canadian actresses in Hollywood.

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6 Evangeline Lily

Born in Alberta Evangeline Lily was discovered by the Ford modeling agency as a teenager. She was eventually cast in some commercials and got small non-speaking roles in the TV series. Smallville and Kingdom Hospital. In 2004, Lilly beat out 75 other women to win the role of Kate Austen on the ABC primetime series. Lost. Lilly has also acted in films such as The Hurt LockerJRR Tolkien’s three-part adaptation The Hobbit, and Marvel The ant Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp.

Related: The MCU Actors You Didn’t Know Were Canadian

5 Anna Paquin

Born in Winnipeg Anna Paquin is the second youngest person in history to win an Oscar. She won the prestigious Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress at the age of 11 for her first acting role as Flora McGrath in The piano. Paquin lived a nomadic lifestyle, leaving Canada at the age of four for New Zealand and then the United States as a teenager. She starred in several hit films of the 90s, including Fly home, she’s all that, x-menand almost known, then focuses on stage productions from 2001 to 2004, bouncing between New York and England. It was in 2007, however, that she landed her breakthrough role as Sookie Stackhouse in the HBO drama. True blood. Most recently, she starred in the Amazon original Flack and modern love.

4 neve campbell

neve campbell began her acting career in the Canadian-made teen drama Bridgehowever, most would remember her for her next TV adventure as Julia Salinger in party of five. The critically acclaimed television series opened many doors for Campbell, and in 1996 she would get a life-changing role as Sidney Prescott in the first episode of the Scream franchise. Campbell also starred in The job, wild things, The companyand more recently in the popular series Card castle and Lincoln’s lawyer. She recently made headlines when she walked away from the popular horror franchise, saying her contribution was undervalued.

3 Cobie Smulders

Before rising to fame as Robin Scherbatsky in the comedy series How I Met Your Mother, Cobie Smulders starred in several television series, including a recurring role on the Showtime drama The word I. Since her stint on the hit sitcom, she has starred in several films, including a voice role as Wonder Woman in The Lego Movie and The The Lego Movie: The Second Part. She also starred as SHIELD Agent Maria Hill in several MCU movies and TV series, including Captain America: The Winter Soldier, The Avengers Franchise, Spider-Man: Far From Homeand Agents of SHIELD.

Related: The Best Actors You Didn’t Know Were Canadian

2 Rachel McAdams

Born in Ontario Rachel McAdams was interested in theater from an early age. As a young girl, she attended summer theater camps and was a member of the Ontario Kids Theater Company. In high school, she was persuaded by her drama teacher to pursue a professional acting career. In 2001, she graduated from York University’s theater program with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. That same year, she made her film debut with the Italian-Canadian film My name is Tonino. A year later, she made her Hollywood debut with the 2002 film The hot chick. Two years later, she appeared as Regina George in mean girls, which marks its decisive role. Since then, she has acted in several successful films including Notebook, wedding crashes, sherlock holmes, strange doctor, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Throughout her career, she has won multiple Gemini and Genie awards as well as an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her work in the 2015 film based on a newspaper article. Projector.

1 Sandra Oh

Born in Ontario Sandra Oh was active in the arts from an early age, performing in several school productions and participating in the Canadian Improv Games. After graduating from the National Theater School in Montreal in 1993, Oh found success in the critically acclaimed Canadian drama double happiness, which won him a Genie Award. In the early 2000s, Oh starred in films such as blue iguana dance, Under the Tuscan sun, and Next to. She also received praise for her role as Rita Wu in the HBO comedy Arliss. In 2005, she won her most iconic role as Dr. Cristina Yang in the hit medical drama Grey’s Anatomy, but would eventually leave in the 10th season as she felt it was time to let go. Since Grey’s ended, Oh starred in several other films as well as the Netflix series The chair and the BBC series Kill Eve. Throughout her career, she has won numerous awards for her work, including two Golden Globes and four Screen Actors Guild Awards. Oh recently voiced the delightful Disney Pixar cartoon turn redand in her most recent project, you can see her on Prime Video in Sam Raimi’s horror film Ouma. There’s no denying that Oh is currently the sexiest Canadian actress in Hollywood.

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Ti West’s ‘Pearl’ Is A Beautiful American Nightmare – The Cavalier Daily https://tinamania.com/ti-wests-pearl-is-a-beautiful-american-nightmare-the-cavalier-daily/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 17:22:30 +0000 https://tinamania.com/ti-wests-pearl-is-a-beautiful-american-nightmare-the-cavalier-daily/ The “star is born” narrative has become an American mythology in its own right – a young girl is torn from her monotonous life to share her talents and live among the stars. It’s the dream that Hollywood has been broadcasting since its inception – its own iteration of the original American Dream. Ti West’s […]]]>

The “star is born” narrative has become an American mythology in its own right – a young girl is torn from her monotonous life to share her talents and live among the stars. It’s the dream that Hollywood has been broadcasting since its inception – its own iteration of the original American Dream.

Ti West’s new psychological horror film ‘Pearl’ – co-written by lead actress Mia Goth – twists that image of fame, as it follows a troubled young woman who is obsessed with those fairy tales of fame. to nightmarish ends.

In Ti West’s ‘X’ movie from earlier this year, Goth was stunned as she took on the dual role of Maxine – a wide-eyed girl who would do anything to make it big – and a jealous, murderous old woman. who longed for her young hope named Pearl. Goth’s riveting interpretation of both characters left a lingering sense that these women were a dark mirror of each other, destined to be destroyed by the same desires.

“Pearl” takes the villainous antagonist of “X” back in time to when she was as fresh and hopeful as Maxine in an effort to figure out what really makes her tick.

In 1918, Pearl is the daughter of a farmer who worries about the mediocrity of her life. Her husband is away fighting the Great War and she is forced to stay home with her controlling mother, played by Tandi Wright, and her father, played by Matthew Sunderland, who has fallen seriously ill. Her only recluse is the “pictures” – the first silent films she can briefly marvel at when she goes to town.

More than anything, she believes she’s special and deserves to be on that screen, dancing like the stars. After all, Pearl is different from the rest, but not because of her dancing skills. In reality, she struggles with increasingly powerful murderous tendencies that make her feel intensely isolated from others.

Despite this grim content, Eliot Rockett’s incredible cinematic work transforms the world of “Pearl” into a technicolor wonderland, reminiscent of classic Hollywood adventures like “The Wizard of Oz” in the most ominous way possible. . Every color jumps off the screen in vivid hues – a nice effect that becomes unsettling in the film’s violent moments.

That daydreaming feeling is also heightened by West’s creative directorial work. Through the eyes of his camera, everything about “Pearl” looks like a demented theatrical production – perfectly placed and centered. This hyper-realistic beauty of the film’s technical elements provides a glimpse of how Pearl herself is losing her grip on reality.

What really ties this nostalgic and theatrical feel together is the beautiful score by Tyler Bates and Tim Williams. Its classic orchestral sounds paint even the darkest pictures with an eerily romantic tone. This both establishes the idealized historical setting and reflects Pearl’s inner world of escape in a fascinating way.

When viewers see Pearl imagining her dream life, she sees herself starring in gritty film footage for adoring audiences. It’s one of the first historical moments where large-scale cinematic stardom solidifies as a concept, continuing the thematic emphasis on fame that was introduced in “X” by tracing its origins.

As its name suggests, “Pearl” is a character piece more than anything else. This focus on the main character puts a lot of weight on Goth’s shoulders, but it carries it beautifully. The odd persona can shift between charming naivety and intense aggression, but Goth portrays these transitions with natural ease. She’s able to find the melodramatic humor in the film’s greatest moments while providing incredible emotional nuance in the film’s most intimate moments.

“Pearl” lacks the dramatic, creepy moments of a classic slasher film, but is instead capable of accomplishing something more awe-inspiring. It develops a unique and disconcerting tone that follows the viewer throughout the film. This sinister feeling culminates in the film’s unique and heartbreaking final credits.

West’s fantastical, period-specific stylization and Goth’s tour de force performance crystallized “Pearl” as a memorable horror villain for the ages, which, in a way, gives Pearl herself the edge. immortality she always dreamed of.

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‘Captain America’ repairs hurricane-stricken roofs in New Orleans https://tinamania.com/captain-america-repairs-hurricane-stricken-roofs-in-new-orleans/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 21:45:00 +0000 https://tinamania.com/captain-america-repairs-hurricane-stricken-roofs-in-new-orleans/ NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Actor Anthony Mackie was not wearing his Captain America shield when he returned to his hometown of New Orleans to help repair hurricane-damaged roofs, but for the residents of his old neighborhood, knowing that their tarp-covered roofs were fixed was a blockbuster success. Mackie is working with GAF, one of the […]]]>

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Actor Anthony Mackie was not wearing his Captain America shield when he returned to his hometown of New Orleans to help repair hurricane-damaged roofs, but for the residents of his old neighborhood, knowing that their tarp-covered roofs were fixed was a blockbuster success.

Mackie is working with GAF, one of the nation’s leading roofing manufacturers, to repair roofs for homeowners in New Orleans that were damaged in last year’s Hurricane Ida. The project is particularly close to Mackie’s heart. The actor who currently plays Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe grew up in New Orleans working at his family’s roofing business.

“It gives me a sense of pride to serve my people. I know what people are going through in this neighborhood because I was born in this neighborhood, I grew up in this neighborhood,” he said. “It’s important to me to bring back the gifts and blessings I’ve received outside of town.”

GAF, a subsidiary of Standard Industries that makes products such as shingles, underlayments and other roofing-related products for homes and businesses, has committed to installing 500 roofs across the Gulf region. . This includes 150 rooftops in New Orleans’ 7th Ward, an area that was battered both by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and then by Ida which struck on the same day 16 years later. The roofing effort is part of the company’s Community Matters program launched in 2020 which has already repaired or replaced 3,000 roofs.

New Orleans resident Larae Barard said she had just spoken with her mother about her concerns about her roof when she got the call that her roof would be fixed.

“They said, ‘We want to fix your roof.’ I said, ‘Really?! It must be a miracle,” she said. “After Ida, my roof was in a terrible state. It had a blue tarp on it for almost a year and a month now… So thank God I have a new roof.

GAF also trains people in roofing skills through its GAF Roofing Academy. They teamed up with Rebuilding Together New Orleans who provide the labor while GAF provides the materials and pays the costs. William Stoudt, executive director of Rebuilding Together New Orleans, said the groups were specifically looking to help those who didn’t have the financial or physical means to fix their roofs themselves – homeowners who were often elderly or disabled and earned less. $35,000 per year.

“Who are the people who will struggle the most to come back? We are talking about low income homeowners. We are talking about elderly people, people with disabilities, maybe veterans or single women heads of families. We’re talking about people making New Orleans what it is,” Stoudt said.

The company and Mackie were recently in New Orleans removing blue tarps from homes damaged by Ida and replacing the tarps with new roofs.

Mackie, whose family owns Mackie One Construction, grew up in the roofing business before embarking on an acting career that included the hits “We Are Marshall” and “The Hurt Locker.” In recent years, he’s appeared in numerous Avengers films as Sam Wilson – aka Falcon – and reprized the role of Captain America.

Mackie jokingly remembers the time he fell off a roof while working at his family’s construction company. A thick layer of mud cushioned his fall. That memory didn’t stop him this time from getting back on the roof and helping pull down the tarps and remove the old shingles. Mackie said the resources GAF dedicates to the project help people who otherwise couldn’t afford to have their homes repaired.

“There are so many houses in this neighborhood and in this city that are still covered. When you land in New Orleans, it’s become a sea of ​​blue tarps. The one hundred and fifty houses that GAF is building in the 7th arrondissement breaks down a lot of obstacles for people who won’t have the means to do so. The 500 houses that they have committed to doing, that breaks down a lot of barriers for people,” he said.

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Chris Pratt’s Garfield Movie Just Hit a Problem https://tinamania.com/chris-pratts-garfield-movie-just-hit-a-problem/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 21:50:17 +0000 https://tinamania.com/chris-pratts-garfield-movie-just-hit-a-problem/ Chris Pratt’s film Garfield has had its release date pushed back several months. By Matthew Creith | Published 3 hours ago American actor Chris Pratt has seen his career go from television appearances to full-throttle superhero space adventurer over the past two decades. With hit shows like Everwood, COand Parks and recreation under his belt, […]]]>

Chris Pratt’s film Garfield has had its release date pushed back several months.

By Matthew Creith | Published

American actor Chris Pratt has seen his career go from television appearances to full-throttle superhero space adventurer over the past two decades. With hit shows like Everwood, COand Parks and recreation under his belt, Pratt solidified himself in the television arena before becoming a superstar as part of the well-received Marvel Cinematic Universe playing Peter Quill aka Star-Lord in 2014. guardians of the galaxy, as well as its subsequent sequels. Now it looks like Chris Pratt’s new voiceover project playing the titular cat in Garfield may be experiencing troubling times since the film’s release date hit a snag and had to move to a more definitive opening weekend.

According to a report from CBR.com, Chris Pratt’s latest adaptation of the popular Garfield The release date for the film series has been moved from February 16, 2024 to May 24, 2024. This change is being handled by Sony, which is most likely banking on the biggest box office take of Madame Webwhich will be part of Sony’s Spider-Man universe, will be released on February 16 and will star Dakota Johnson, Sydney Sweeney, Emma Roberts, Adam Scott and Zosia Mamet. Garfieldon the other hand, is a computer-animated comedy where Chris Pratt will play the famous feline Garfield opposite other voiceovers from pulp Fiction actor Samuel L. Jackson, Impossible mission Ving Rhames, Great star Nicolas Hoult, Ted Lasso Hannah Waddingham escape, and Saturday Night Live veteran comedian Cecily Strong.

Even though the Chris Pratt directed Garfield The film will have its release date pushed back a bit to 2024, it is expected to open during the often coveted Memorial Day weekend, a good time for movies when most schools are closed and children flock to theaters to watch the latest movie to be released. Sony apparently seems to be establishing itself for this year’s summer blockbuster season, especially with entries like the most recent Karate Kid film, which will be released in theaters on June 7, 2024 and will not be linked to the popular Netflix series Cobra Kai. Garfieldon the other hand, will have to contend with other high-profile films debuting the same Memorial Day weekend in 2024, including the madmax prequel titled Furiosa starring Chris Hemsworth and Anya Taylor-Joy, as well as the Paramount collaboration with John Krasinski and Ryan Reynolds, IF.

In addition to the newly moved Chris Pratt vehicle, Garfield, the actor has many other projects coming out next year. After starring in brief scenes on this summer’s show Thor: Love and Thunder as Star-Lord, Pratt will next be featured in Jame Gunn’s TV special Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, opening on Disney+ in December. He will resume his same role for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3coming out in May 2023 and preparing to start filming Joe and Anthony Russo in their new movie, electrical conditionnext to Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown, Everything everywhere all at once actress Michelle Yeoh and Succession to direct Brian Cox.

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21 best older versions of actors https://tinamania.com/21-best-older-versions-of-actors/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 22:16:03 +0000 https://tinamania.com/21-best-older-versions-of-actors/ I have to say, I love when shows use flash-forward, and every once in a while I love a good time jump. One thing that really bugs me when shows do this, though, is when they cast a confusing actor to play the old version of a character. Like, I’m sorry, but what world is […]]]>

I have to say, I love when shows use flash-forward, and every once in a while I love a good time jump.

One thing that really bugs me when shows do this, though, is when they cast a confusing actor to play the old version of a character. Like, I’m sorry, but what world is this the same character in?

But when the casting is good… well, I’m very impressed. Here are 21 times they cast the perfect person as the old version of a character!

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Let’s start with a next one: Rhaenyra Targaryen from Dragon Housecurrently played by Milly Alcock.

In a time jump, she will soon be replaced by Emma D’Arcy.

Here they are side by side.

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Alicent will also be replaced by an older actor. Here’s Emily Carey, who plays the character now.

And here’s Olivia Cooke as Alice after the time jump.

Here are the two side by side.

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yellow jackets does an amazing job of this. Here is Sophie Nelisse as Shauna when she was younger.

And here’s Melanie Lynskey as older Shauna when she flashes forward.

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Also on yellow jackets, here is Taissa when she was young, played by Jasmin Savoy Brown.

And here she is as an adult, played by Tawny Cypress.

Here they are side by side.

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One more yellow jackets a – here’s teenage Misty, played by Samantha Hanratty.

And here is Misty as an adult, played by Christina Ricci.

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Another show known for multiple timelines, It’s us, did an excellent cast. The most impressive is probably Deja. Here’s Deja in the series’ main timeline, played by Lyric Ross.

Here is Deja dans le futur, played by La Trice Harper.

Here they are side by side.

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Tess is another great It’s us Example. This is Tess as a child/teen, played by Eris Baker.

Here she is as an adult, played by Iantha Richardson.

Here they are side by side.

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The Walking Dead featured a significant time jump in Season 9, transitioning Judith from a toddler to a preteen. While I don’t think these two actors look that much alike, I do think the Season 9 actor looks like a version we saw of Judith in a future Season 8 vision, played by Kinsley Isla Dillon.

This is Judith after the time jump, played by Cailey Fleming.

Here they are side by side.

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Children often have to be recast in shows, as their appearance changes faster. Like on Desperate Housewives – here are Preston and Porter before the time jump, played by Brent and Shane Kinsman.

Here they are after, played by Charlie and Max Carver.

Here they are side by side.

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Penny has also been recast several times. Here she is as a child, played by Kendall Applegate.

Here she is as a young teenager, played by Darcy Rose Byrnes.

Here they are side by side.

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It’s not just about TV shows, there are also movies that jump forward. As Big – here is David Moscow as a younger version of Josh.

And here is Tom Hanks in the old version.

Here they are side by side.

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13 Ongoing 30 also rapidly ages its protagonist. This is a teenage Jenna, played by Christa B. Allen.

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This is Jenna as an adult, played by Jennifer Garner.

And here they are side by side.

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Lucy is also super well cast. Here is Lucy as a child, played by Alexandra Kyle.

Here she is as an adult, played by Judy Greer.

And here they are side by side.

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Another example of a movie — Notebook. Here is Rachel McAdams as a younger version of Allie.

And here is Gena Rowlands as an older version of Allie.

And here they are side by side.

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Another great movie is Latika in Slumdog Millionaire. Here she is played by Tanvi Lonkar as a teenager.

And here she is played by Freida Pinto as an adult.

Here they are side by side.

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Return to television – when season 7 of Once upon a time recast Henry as much older, I was surprised how similar the new actor looked! This is Henry as a teenager, played by Jared S. Gilmore.

Here he is as an adult, played by Andrew J. West.

Here they are side by side.

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The crown spanned so long that they had to recast many of their actors. For example, Queen Elizabeth II was originally played by Claire Foy.

They then recast her with Olivia Coleman.

Here they are side by side.

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They also had to recast Prince Philip. Here he is as a young adult, played by Matt Smith.

And here he is older, played by Tobias Menzies.

Here they are side by side:

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Finally, let’s end on some of This, because the casting was stellar for those films. Here is Stanley as a child in It: Chapter 1played by Wyatt Oleff.

Here he is as an adult in It: Chapter 2performed by Andy Bean.

And here they are side by side.


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This is Eddie, played by Jack Dylan Grazer, in It: chapter one.

And here is Eddie, played by James Ransone, in It: Chapter Two.

Here they are side by side.


Which older versions of the characters do you think were well cast? Let us know in the comments below!

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Timothée Chalamet finally reveals which Hollywood actor advised him to stay away from drugs and superhero movies, guesses? https://tinamania.com/timothee-chalamet-finally-reveals-which-hollywood-actor-advised-him-to-stay-away-from-drugs-and-superhero-movies-guesses/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 05:31:59 +0000 https://tinamania.com/timothee-chalamet-finally-reveals-which-hollywood-actor-advised-him-to-stay-away-from-drugs-and-superhero-movies-guesses/ Timothée Chalamet was told not to make superhero movies by a Hollywood A-Lister (Photo credit – Instagram) Timothée Chalamet finally reveals who this Hollywood star was who advised him not to make superhero and drug films. Chalamet has become a superstar in Tinseltown. The actor has worked hard and charmed his way through the level […]]]>
Timothée Chalamet was told not to make superhero movies by a Hollywood A-Lister (Photo credit – Instagram)

Timothée Chalamet finally reveals who this Hollywood star was who advised him not to make superhero and drug films. Chalamet has become a superstar in Tinseltown. The actor has worked hard and charmed his way through the level of success he currently finds himself in. Chalamet has worked on several films and played many different roles.

Whether it’s Call Me By Your Name, Beautiful Boy, Don’t Look Up, Dune, Interstellar and more, Timothée has killed every role he’s played. Currently, the actor is preparing the release of his next film, Bone and All. It will be released in theaters on November 23.

Getting back to the point, Timothée Chalamet recently sat down with Vogue and revealed that a Hollywood A-lister gave him some safe advice for not making superhero and drug movies. Can you guess who could it be? Well, it’s none other than her Don’t Look Up co-star Leonardo DiCaprio. “No hard drugs and no superhero movies,” Chalamet said.

In October last year, Timothée Chalamet spoke about the same thing, but at the time he couldn’t say who was the person who told him to stay away from superhero movies. “One of my heroes, I can’t say who or he would kick my ass, he put his arm around me the first night we met and gave me some advice; ‘No hard drugs and no superhero movies.”

Of course it was Leonardo DiCaprio, the actor stayed away from both. While talking about Timothée, besides his upcoming films Bones and All, the actor is busy filming Dune: Part Two and Wonka.

Timothée Chalamet will play the lead role in this latest film. Fans are thrilled to see his version of the character created by Roald Dahl, who was once played by Johnny Depp and Gene Wilder.

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Ana de Armas and the Blonde Actresses Who Played Marilyn Monroe in Movies and TV – The Hollywood Reporter https://tinamania.com/ana-de-armas-and-the-blonde-actresses-who-played-marilyn-monroe-in-movies-and-tv-the-hollywood-reporter/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 17:24:27 +0000 https://tinamania.com/ana-de-armas-and-the-blonde-actresses-who-played-marilyn-monroe-in-movies-and-tv-the-hollywood-reporter/ Marilyn Monroe is arguably one of the most iconic actresses of her generation. While she has captured fans’ attention with her work and her beauty, the struggles in her personal life remain a common topic when discussing her legacy. His life story has been told fictionally in several forms of media over the years. From […]]]>

Marilyn Monroe is arguably one of the most iconic actresses of her generation. While she has captured fans’ attention with her work and her beauty, the struggles in her personal life remain a common topic when discussing her legacy.

His life story has been told fictionally in several forms of media over the years. From her troubled childhood until her shocking death in 1962 at the age of 36, audiences got to see Monroe’s life unfold from the interpretations of various actors and directors.

Several actresses have portrayed Monroe, born as Norma Jeane Baker, over the years. Catherine Hicks took on the lead role in the 1980 TV movie Marilyn: The Untold Story, while Ana de Armas is set to share her take on Monroe in Andrew Dominik’s 2022 film Blondbased on the biographical novel of the same name by Joyce Carol Oates.

Other stars who have taken on the role of Monroe include Michelle Williams in the critically acclaimed film My week with Marilyn, Susan Griffiths in Marilyn and me and Ashely Judd in Norma Jeane and Marilyn.

Take a look at some of Monroe’s most memorable portrayals in film and TV below.

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Sheryl Lee Ralph Makes Emmy History With Abbott Elementary Win – The Hollywood Reporter https://tinamania.com/sheryl-lee-ralph-makes-emmy-history-with-abbott-elementary-win-the-hollywood-reporter/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 01:18:00 +0000 https://tinamania.com/sheryl-lee-ralph-makes-emmy-history-with-abbott-elementary-win-the-hollywood-reporter/ Sheryl Lee Ralph won the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series at Monday night’s 2022 Emmys and made history. The Abbott Elementary School the actress was nominated alongside Alex Borstein (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), Hannah Einbinder (hacks), co-star Janelle James (Abbott Elementary School), Kate McKinnon (Saturday Night Live), Sarah Niles (Ted Lasso), […]]]>

Sheryl Lee Ralph won the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series at Monday night’s 2022 Emmys and made history.

The Abbott Elementary School the actress was nominated alongside Alex Borstein (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), Hannah Einbinder (hacks), co-star Janelle James (Abbott Elementary School), Kate McKinnon (Saturday Night Live), Sarah Niles (Ted Lasso), Temple of Juno (Ted Lasso) and Hannah Waddingham (Ted Lasso).

Stepping onto the stage, an emotional Ralph began singing a verse from Dianne Reeves’ “Endangered Species” as the audience gave him a standing ovation.

Ralph continued, “To anyone who’s ever, ever had a dream and thought your dream wasn’t, wouldn’t come true, couldn’t come true, I’m here to tell you this is what it’s like. the belief – that is what is striking. looks like. And never, ever give up, because if you have a Quinta Brunson in your corner, if you have a husband like mine in your corner, if you have children like mine in my corner, and if you have J’ have friends like everyone who voted for me, encouraged me, liked me, thank you, thank you, thank you!

With the win, which marks Ralph’s first Emmy, the actress is only the second black woman in history to win in this category. In 1987, Jackée Harry became the first black actress to win in the category after winning for 227. Until this year, she was considered the only black actress to win in the category.

“Winning my Emmy was a career highlight, but it was also a lonely experience,” Harry wrote on Twitter after Ralph’s Emmy moment. “For 35 years, I was the only black woman to win Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. But that all changes tonight…and it’s full circle! #Emmys.

Prior to the ceremony, the TV Academy offered nominees the opportunity to organize their thoughts and gratitude before taking the stage to give winners the opportunity to “speak from the heart and not feel pressured to remember say all those important names when you’re in the spotlight while giving your acceptance speech.

Ralph said THR that his strategy was to thank the backstage supporters who make the show happen: “I just wanted to make sure that I thanked everyone at ABC, thanked everyone at Warner Bros. and thanked everyone at Disney. It’s so easy to overlook the people who literally support this show that we don’t see.

The 2022 Emmys aired live Monday from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on NBC and Peacock. Kenan Thompson hosted.

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Jennifer Lawrence and Brian Tyree Henry – Deadline https://tinamania.com/jennifer-lawrence-and-brian-tyree-henry-deadline/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 23:30:00 +0000 https://tinamania.com/jennifer-lawrence-and-brian-tyree-henry-deadline/ Jennifer Lawrence who won the Best Actress Oscar for Silver Linings Playbook in 2012, and followed that with a number of high profile films like The hunger Games series, american unrest, Passengersand mother!, hasn’t been seen on screen in a pure lead role since 2018 Red sparrow. Last year she returned as part of Adam […]]]>
Jennifer Lawrence who won the Best Actress Oscar for Silver Linings Playbook in 2012, and followed that with a number of high profile films like The hunger Games series, american unrest, Passengersand mother!, hasn’t been seen on screen in a pure lead role since 2018 Red sparrow. Last year she returned as part of Adam McKay’s all-star ensemble don’t look up, and now she’s finally back in a starring role in the touching, yet relatable little drama, Pavement which had its world premiere today at the Toronto International Film Festival.

As a returning veteran who was injured in Afghanistan, Lawrence once again has the chance to turn down the volume and deliver a low-key performance minus any hint of some of the flashiest roles she’s landed since her first nomination. at the Oscars in 2010. Winter’s Bone. It’s a delight to see this immensely talented star step down a few notches and throw herself into a low-key portrayal of a woman who suffers not only from the effects of physical injuries, but deeper down from the invisible wounds inside that have taken their toll. devastating effects. on his ability to lead a normal life.

Lawrence plays Lynsey, who worked for the US Army Corps of Engineers in Afghanistan and suffered injuries to her body and brain when the vehicle she was traveling in hit an explosive. After a period of intense rehabilitation, she returns home to New Orleans (presented in a different light than seen in countless films) where she returns to live with her mother (Linda Emond), a loving but very difficult personality who doesn’t help matters. with a girl who needed to be reoriented in a life devastated by her experience of war.

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Taking hesitant steps in life, but actually wanting to recover enough to undertake another tour, she gets a job as a pool cleaner much to her mother’s dismay. It’s something simplistic enough that she can handle it, or at least believe it, but when her truck abandons her, she takes her to an auto repair shop where she meets a mechanic named James (Brian Tyree Henry ), with whom she somehow forges an unlikely friendship, one that reaches difficult levels after being casual new friends, both in their own ways exploring the possibilities beyond. Their connection turns out to be the shared physical and psychological recovery process after a life-altering accident, in James’ case involving a car and the death of his nephew, and the loss of a leg. In a harrowing and beautifully understated scene, details of her own trauma are revealed as they sit beside a swimming pool she tends to. The fragile connection of two very fragile people, eager for human interaction but almost unable to let go is heartbreaking. Both are caught at the crossroads of needing to love again, or even for the first time, but they aren’t convinced it’s something they deserve or even want at this point in their lives.

With a screenplay by novelist Ottessa Moshfegh, Luke Goebel and Elizabeth Sanders, and neat, unstylized direction by fledgling filmmaker Lila Neugebauer, Pavement is ultimately a short human story (it only lasts 92 minutes) of the life sentence of trauma, its real-time effects, but more impactful of its irrevocable impact on the lives of two people, still in pain, but who look to help each other get to the other side. It is a gem of a character study indeed, a quiet study of two damaged people played by a pair of exceptional actors who never let us see them. acting. Lawrence may have waited a few years to reappear in a full-fledged leading role, but this is one that confirms the fact that he’s an amazing range, able to tell us everything about a person without really narrative us nothing at all. It’s all there in the eyes. Henry is quite his equal here, showing again that he’s one of the best actors around, capable of stealing a silly movie like the current one. High-speed train, and equally capable of capturing the soul of a man who is afraid to face his past, but who hopes there might be something more.

The film is owned by Lawrence and Henry, but there is good, if limited, support from Emond who is always reliable, Jayne Houdyshell in an early scene helping rehabilitate Lynsey, and Stephen McKinley Henderson as the doctor, among many. others who show up here and there. Diego Garcia’s cinematography and Jack Fisk’s production design beautifully add to the ambiance of this effective and moving tender drama.

The producers are Lawrence and Justine Ciarrocchi. It is a collaboration between Apple Original Films and A24. It will open in select theaters and begin streaming on Apple TV+ on November 4.

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