OMG! Things got veeeery NSFW on the set of Charlie’s Angels, and Lucy Liu still has the proof!
OMG! Things got veeeery NSFW on the set of Charlie’s Angels, and Lucy Liu still has the proof!
Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore, shooting was a real friendship-forging experience. The pair seemingly got comfortable enough for Barrymore to pose nude for her friend and co-star.More than 22 years after Liu and Barrymore teamed up — alongside Cameron Diaz — for the first movie, the pair came together for a fun reunion on Tuesday's episode of, and Barrymore piqued some fans' interest with a particularly teasy anecdote.«Do you know what, I was actually trying to find… the nude photographs you took of me on the set of, in my dressing room,» Barrymore shared.«Oh, I have them,» Liu responded quickly.
Rachel Zegler’s new film, “Shazam! Fury of the Gods,” premiered last weekend, and is the latest superhero casualty of the box office. Zegler took to Twitter to defend the film and share some of her fond memories of her time making it. Rachel Zegler reveals she had a breast cancer scare and encourages people to get checked oftenRachel Zegler defends Halle Bailey, says she is ‘the perfect Ariel’ amid ‘Little Mermaid’ criticismhey our film is actually really good! but mostly i just absolutely loved making it and the people i met whilst doing so :) go see it! give it a chance.
It has been over two decades since the "Charlie's Angels" film franchise starring Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu debuted, but only now are two of the leading ladies sharing a "naughty" behind-the-scenes secret. "Do you know what I was actually trying to find," Barrymore asked Liu during a segment on "The Drew Barrymore Show." "And of course I'm doing a mad scramble… I was trying to find the nude photographs you took of me on… the set of 'Charlie’s' in my dressing room," she revealed. "I have them," exclaimed Liu.
“The Drew Barrymore Show,” it was revealed that Lucy Liu took “beautiful” naked photos of Barrymore on the set of “Charlie’s Angels.”The two starred together in the 2000 film and its 2003 sequel, “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle.” “Do you know what I was actually trying to find?” Barrymore asked Liu on the show. “I was trying to find the nude photographs you took of me on the set of ‘Charlie’s’ in my dressing room.”Liu revealed that she still had them in her possession.
Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore are back together again!
Shazam! Fury Of The Gods.The DC sequel, which sees Zachary Levi return as the titular hero and also features Helen Mirren and Lucy Liu as villains, currently has a rotten critic score of 53 per cent on review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes. The film has, however, faired much better with audiences, with a current score of 87 per cent.Reacting to the ratings, Sandberg tweeted a thread on Monday (March 20), explaining that would be temporarily be leaving superhero films behind to instead focus on horror projects and other new ideas.“On Rotten Tomatoes I just got my lowest critic score and my highest audience score on the same film,” he tweeted alongside a shrugging emoji.“I wasn’t expecting a repeat of the first movie critically but I was still a little surprised because I think it’s a good film.
Shazam! Fury Of The Gods has been released – check it out below.Directed by David F. Samberg (Lights Out), the DC sequel sees Billy Batson (Asher Angel) and his foster siblings transform into superheroes once again to take on a new threat in the Daughters of Atlas.Zachary Levi returns as Billy’s super-powered alter-ego, Shazam.
Rachel Zegler is taking critics to task over their reviews of “Shazam! Fury of the Gods”.
Ethan Shanfeld Rachel Zegler is the latest DC Universe star to fight back against critics, as the “Shazam: Fury of the Gods” actor took to Twitter to defend the superhero sequel against “unnecessary” hate. “Hey our film is actually really good!” Zegler wrote on Twitter. “But mostly I just absolutely loved making it and the people I met whilst doing so. Go see it! Give it a chance. We have an 85% audience score for a reason.” Zegler continued, “Some people out there [are] just being… senselessly mean. And it’s unnecessary. And I know, I know, ‘If you can’t handle the heat…’ and all that nonsense, and you’re right. But our film is actually very good. It’s just cool to hate on fun nowadays. That’s okay. We’re good.”
Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter Shazam wasn’t the magic word at the weekend box office. “Shazam: Fury of the Gods” opened to No. 1 in North America, but the Warner Bros. and DC Comics sequel fell short of expectations with its disappointing $30.5 million debut from 4,071 theaters. Heading into the weekend, the film was expected to collect $35 million to $40 million, which already wasn’t all that spectacular since it cost north of $110 million to make and another $100 millions more to market. It’s a substantial drop from 2019’s “Shazam,” the first comic book installment starring Zachary Levi’s quirky hero, which opened to $53.5 million and ended its box office run with $140 million domestically and $366 million globally. It’s also one of the worst starts in the DC Cinematic Universe, other than pandemic-era releases like “Wonder Woman 1984” ($16.7 million) and “The Suicide Squad” ($26 million), which both opened simultaneously on HBO Max.
Jazz Tangcay Artisans Editor SPOILER ALERT: This story contains spoilers for “Shazam! Fury of the Gods,” currently playing in theaters. Zachary Levi returns as Billy Baston/Shazam in “Shazam! Fury of the Gods.” In the DC superhero sequel, a trio of vindictive sorceresses called the Daughters of Atlas — led by Helen Mirren as Hespera, Lucy Liu as Kalypso and Rachel Zegler as Anthea — want to avenge their father and take back the power of the gods they believe was stolen from Shazam and his crew. David F. Sandberg directs and, in true superhero style, peppers easter eggs throughout the film for the most eagle-eyed superhero fans.
J. Kim Murphy “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” is thundering to a No. 1 opening at the box office, though the DC Comics adaptation is expected to fly in lower than its predecessor. “Fury of the Gods” grossed $11.7 million in opening day ticket sales, a figure that includes $3.4 million in Thursday previews. That’s almost half of the $20.3 million that the 2019 original earned in its first day of release, on its way to a $53 million bow. “Fury of the Gods” carries a production budget of $125 million, which is $25 million higher than its predecessor’s. Opening in 4,071 theaters, the superhero sequel will likely struggle to reach a $30 million debut. With DC Studios under the newly minted leadership of Peter Safran and James Gunn, “Shazam! 2” represents somewhat of a relic of a bygone regime for the comic book banner. While a film like “The Flash” was also conceived before Safran and Gunn’s tenure, the pair of CEOs have often declared their conviction in the quality of the upcoming Ezra Miller film. Chatter around the “Shazam!” sequel has been much quieter.
without a lot of guidance.The actor shared in a new interview with published on Thursday, March 16, that when she decided to have her son Rockwell in 2015 , she went into the process completely blind. “I didn't have a plan. I just thought, ‘I want to change the conversation a little bit,’” she explained.
Rachel Zegler’s next big career move was very practical.
Jordan Moreau The “Fury of the Gods” may not be all that furious. Warner Bros. and DC’s “Shazam” sequel is taking flight with $3.4 million at the domestic box office in Thursday previews, behind the original movie’s preview haul in 2019. The sequel to Zachary Levi’s superhero movie will land with a smaller opening than its predecessor. The first “Shazam” movie had $5.9 million in Thursday previews before opening with $53.5 million in April 2019. It went on to gross $140 million domestically and $366 million globally. However, “Shazam: Fury of the Gods” is only expected to bring in $35 million to $40 million. Each of the “Shazam” movies cost $100 million to produce, but that’s a significant drop from the original.
Lucy Liu wasn’t exactly planning on becoming a single parent.
DC superhero outing Shazam! Fury Of The Gods hits cinemas this month.Directed by David F. Sandberg (Lights Out), the sequel sees Billy Batson (Asher Angel) and his foster siblings transform into superheroes once again to take on a new threat in the Daughters of Atlas.Zachary Levi returns as the super-charged alter-ego of Billy, aka Shazam.
Zack Sharf Digital News Director Lucy Liu is making her comic book movie debut in “Shazam! Fury of the Gods,” playing the villainous Kalypso alongside Helen Mirren and “West Side Story” breakout Rachel Zegler. The three actors play the daughters of Atlas, who come to our planet to reclaim the magic that fuels Zachary Levi’s Shazam. Liu was recently asked by The Cut about starring in a superhero movie for the first time at 54 years old. “If it had happened earlier, it would have been miraculous,” Liu said. “It would have been a different story; my career would have been easier. There would have been more opportunity.” Sizable comic book movie roles for Asian-Americans simply did not exist when Liu was coming up in the industry. She had her action breakthrough playing Alex Munday opposite Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore in 2000’s “Charlie’s Angels” and its 2003 sequel, “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle.”
Helen Mirren turned her latest premiere into a family affair. At Tuesday night's premiere of her upcoming film, "Shazam! Fury of the Gods," Mirren walked the red carpet alongside her young grandson Basil.The two made their way down the red carpet hand in hand and posed for pictures. Mirren wore a floor length black gown with lace over the front and on the arms, and Basil wore a blue button down shirt with black jeans. While the "1923" star doesn't have any children of her own, she is very close with her husband Taylor Hackford's two children, her stepsons Rio and Alexander Hackford.
The Shazamily is back, and on a much larger scale, but at its heart this superhero saga is still about family, and that’s the good thing here.
In the pantheon of DC superhero movies, David F. Sandberg’s “Shazam!” still stands out as something special: an emotional, character-driven film with good humor and an actual point to make that never let flashy spectacle get in the way of telling a wonderful, personal story.It would be nice to report that the sequel, “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” follows in that tradition.
Carla Renata For the first time in more than two years, the cast of “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” reunited for the red carpet premiere of their insanely action-packed sequel. Complete with an arcade of pinball machines, video games, cornhole, lightning bolt photo ops and a Skittles bouncy house, the pre-party was pure unadulterated joy. While director David F. Sandberg couldn’t join due to Covid, returning cast members Zachary Levi, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, Adam Brody, Ross Butler, Meagan Good, D.J. Cotona, Grace Caroline Currey, Faithe Herman, Ian Chen, Jovan Armand, Marta Milans, Cooper Andrews, Djimon Hounsou and newbies Rachel Zegler, Lucy Liu and Helen Mirren walked the rain-soaked carpet.
Leighton Meester and Adam Brody are hitting the red carpet!
Adam Brody and wife Leighton Meester were all smiles as they shined on the red carpet at the premiere of on Tuesday.Brody rocked a blue suit and a white button-down shirt, sans tie, while Meester shimmered in a metallic copper-colored gown as they posed for photos outside the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles.Brody stopped to chat with ET's Ash Crossan, and opened up about the fun outing, while also playfully joking about his wife's stylish bangs.«It's bang night!» Brody said with a laugh. Although he himself has no plans on getting bangs, for the most adorable reason.«She has an identical haircut to our daughter, and I have an identical haircut to my son right now,» Brody said.
Lucy Liu isn't totally ruling out a return to .ET's Ash Crossan spoke to Liu at the premiere in Los Angeles Tuesday, where Liu said that while she doesn't know «what lies ahead,» she would love to work with her fellow angels, Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz again.«I don't know. I mean, of course, we love each other. So, any opportunity to work together would be fun, but I don't know what lies ahead.
“Shazam: Fury of Gods” is anticipated to overtake “Scream VI” and rule the box office this week, but the total gross won’t shatter any records.
New Line’s Covid-delayed DC sequel Shazam! Fury of the Gods finally will hit theaters this weekend in 77 offshore territories and the U.S. with a global outlook between $80M-$85M — $35M of that coming from domestic.
pic.twitter.com/etaj9xveUoHe added in a follow-up tweet: “Seriously though I’m so grateful to have gotten to work with such an amazing cast and crew and I’m glad I got to at least join some of them for the European screenings. Have the best of times tonight!”More to Asher Angel returns as Billy, with Zachary Levi once again playing the kid-at-heart superhero alter ego Shazam, bestowed with the powers of six gods: the wisdom of Solomon, the strength of Hercules, the stamina of Atlas, the power of Zeus, the courage of Achilles and the speed of Mercury.
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