Michael Cera might have helped the Scott Pilgrim vs. The World revival via a reply.
Michael Cera might have helped the Scott Pilgrim vs. The World revival via a reply.
EXCLUSIVE: Amidst one of the most creatively fertile periods in his career to date, actor Michael Cera has taken on new agents at CAA.
Barbie, which is currently being shown in IMAX cinemas, features new post-credits footage.The clip, which doesn’t feature in the original version, begins with a message from director Greta Gerwig, who promises audiences they’ll be “transported into Barbie Land like never before,” according to Entertainment Week.The filmmaker adds: “We made this movie with the big-screen experience in mind, from the technicolor hues to the dance parties and authentically artificial sets, so it’s thrilling to be able to bring Barbie to IMAX, the biggest screen of all.
Here’s a wild statistic for you—as of this writing, “Barbie” is the 14th highest grossing film of all time. At $1.43 billion in global grosses, the film is Warner Bros.’ biggest film of all time and the absolute runaway hit of 2023.
Greta Gerwig could “not stop laughing” at a deleted scene from Barbie with Michael Cera.The film’s cinematographer, Rodrigo Prieto, said he shot “many scenes” for the film that “didn’t end up in the movie”, including one that was inspired by Steven Spielberg’s Jaws. The scene was so funny that Gerwig, who directed the film, “could not stop laughing” at the scene that involved Cera, who played Ken’s friend Allan in the film.Speaking to Variety, Prieto said: “We did this shot on Allan that emulated Jaws. He’s terrified [when] Ken hits a wave and then flies in the air.
McKinley Franklin editor “Barbie” cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto says he shot “so many scenes” for the Greta Gerwig blockbuster “that didn’t end up in the movie” — including a scene inspired by Steven Spielberg’s “Jaws.” “There were many moments that ended up on the cutting room floor,” he tells Variety. “There are many things that I imagine will start coming out,” he continued, referencing “Barbie’s” scheduled Sept. 22 IMAX release that will include new post-credit scenes.
The trailer for Nicolas Cage‘s new movie has been released!
You’ll forgive us for not seeing everything at the Toronto International Film Festival, some things fall through the cracks, and arguably the biggest, one we’re still dying to see is “Dream Scenario” starring Nicolas Cage. It’s a surreal A24 comedy starring Cage, co-produced by Ari Aster (“Beau Is Afraid”), with the music made by occasional Arcade Fire musician Owen Pallett (aka Final Fantasy).
This has been a really productive year for Wes Anderson. This summer, we saw the filmmaker release his latest star-studded affair, “Asteroid City,” which got his fans very excited.
Meet Nicolas Cage — the man of your dreams — in the official trailer for “Dream Scenario”.
J. Kim Murphy Nicolas Cage can be a sweet dream or a beautiful nightmare. A24 has released the first trailer for its new dark comedy “Dream Scenario,” from “Sick of Myself” writer-director Kristoffer Borgli.
Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” has generated $626 million at the domestic box office, overtaking Marvel’s 2012 blockbuster “The Avengers” ($623 million) as the 11th-highest grossing release in history. In order to crack the top 10, “Barbie” will need to outpace 2015’s “Jurassic World” (No. 10 with $653 million), “Titanic” (No.
The “Scott Pilgrim” crew is all back together, even in the group chat.
Welcome back to the whimsical world of Roald Dahl.
Zack Sharf Digital News Director As fate would have it, the decades-old “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” cast email chain was randomly revived by Michael Cera just before Netflix ordered its new “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off” anime series featuring the original film cast in voice roles. Franchise creator Bryan Lee O’Malley revealed the coincidence in a chat with Entertainment Weekly, noting that the long-dormant email chain’s revival was so random that cast member Chris Evans hilariously called out Cera.
Michael Cera responded to a cast email for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World nine years late, producer Bryan Lee O’Malley has revealed.The original cast of the Edgar Wright‘s hit comedy are reuniting this year for a new anime series set to hit screens in November.In advance of the show, the cast and production team behind the series spoke to EW about the legacy of the 2010 film and how they wanted to reconnect with the film’s principals when making the new series.One thing they did to achieve this was revisit an old email chain between the cast and crew from around the time of the film.“The cast have spoken about this email chain a lot but there’s one detail that I don’t think anyone has mentioned,” O’Malley explained.
Nicolas Cage is looking stylish at the Toronto International Film Festival!
Believe it or not, there are still a few people who haven’t headed down to their local theatre to watch “Barbie”, which recently surpassed $1.38 billion at the box office to become the year’s highest-grossing movie.
An adult animated film critics branded 'offensive' has been added to Netflix - again.
official promotional poster shared to the show’s Instagram page Tuesday.The art features a smiling Jennings as he walks among lighted signs that read, “Celebrity Jeopardy!”“The stars shine the brightest in PRIMETIME!” the caption reads. “Get ready for the return of #CelebrityJeopardy! on September 27 at 8/7c.
The double-whammy success of Barbie and Oppenheimer – released on the same day July 21 – has propelled the UK box office to a height not seen since December 2019.
In the Barbieverse, there’s lots of Barbies and lots of Kens, but only one Allan. And according to Michael Cera, who plays the sole male doll in “Barbie” who simply does not feel the Ken-ergy, he had to reach out to director Greta Gerwig personally to snag the singular role.
Michaela Zee Mayim Bialik will not be hosting Season 2 of “Celebrity Jeopardy!” as she continues to support the ongoing WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, Variety has learned from sources. On Monday, ABC issued a press release with changes to their fall schedule, noting that Ken Jennings will host the new season of “Celebrity Jeopardy!,” which premieres Sept. 27 at 8 p.m.
Michael Cera is looking back on the moment that he got slapped across the face by Rihanna.
Michael Cera was one of the standouts on Barbie giving life to the only Allan in the Greta Gerwig-directed film.
Michael Cera has reflected on the moment Rihanna slapped him in the face for a film role.The actor featured in Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s 2013 disaster comedy This Is The End, about a group of celebrities who get stuck in James Franco‘s house after a series of catastrophic events destroy Los Angeles.In the film, Cera plays a fictionalised version of himself and ends up on the receiving end of a hard slap from Rihanna after he smacks her in the butt.Speaking in a recent interview with GQ, Cera reflected on his most iconic film and TV roles when he explained what went into the slap sequence.“She definitely hit me,” he recalled. “But really, I wanted that.
Michael Cera has been winning raves for his performance in “Barbie” as Allan, the singular male character in Barbieland who isn’t one of the many iterations of Ken.
Barbie.The actor stars as Mattel’s discontinued doll in the satirical comedy, led by Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling.Since the film’s release in cinemas last month, Cera’s awkward character Allan has become a fan-favourite. However, the Canadian actor has since explained how he came close to missing out on the role altogether, thanks to his manager.In a recent video interview with GQ, the Superbad star revealed that his casting was “very last-minute”.“My manager got a call checking on my availability for it, and he called me and he said, ‘I got a call about this movie, it’s the Barbie movie, Greta Gerwig’s directing it, and it’s filming in London for four months or something.
Timothée Chalamet wishes he was a Ken.
Netflix has released the first teaser trailer for its upcoming Scott Pilgrim Takes Off anime series.The trailer was unveiled yesterday (August 16), and comes just a few months ahead of the series’ release, which has now been confirmed for November 17 exclusively via the streaming platform.While the trailer doesn’t give much of the show’s plot away, it features scenes identical to Edgar Wright‘s 2010 live-action film, titled Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.
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