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“STONE AND THOMPSON TOGETHER ARE MAGIC”– Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times

Meet the Most Famous Disney Villain –– and the Most Fashionable––

With the Early Landing of Cruella on Digital June 25 and 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on September 21

Includes Never-Before-Seen Content, Deleted Scenes, and Fake Shots

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Disney movie Cruella It will land early on all major digital platforms on June 25 and on 4K Ultra HD ™, Blu-ray ™ and DVD on September 21. Consumers will be able to enjoy never-before-seen content and deleted scenes in stunning Ultra HD ™ quality and Dolby Atmos.

Synopsis of the film

Cruellaset in 1970s London amid the punk rock revolution, follows in the footsteps of Estella, a smart and creative young con artist willing to make a name for herself with her designs. Estella befriends a pair of young thieves who appreciate her appetite for mischief and together they are able to build a life for themselves on the streets of London. One day, Estella’s flair for fashion catches the eye of Baroness von Hellman, a fashion legend who is irresistibly chic, whose style is terrifying, brought to life through two-time Oscar® winner Emma Thompson. (“Howards End” and “Sense & Sensibility”). But the relationship unleashes a series of events and revelations that will lead Estella to take on her more evil side and become the raucous and vindictively twisted Cruella, who is always in style.

Additional Disney Content About Cruella*

Department: Emma Stone as Estella / Cruella

Emma Thompson as The Baroness

Joel Fry as Jasper

Paul Walter Hauser like Horace

Emily Beecham as Catherine/Maid

Kirby Howell-Baptiste like Anita Darling

Mark Strong como John the Valet

Directed by: Craig Gillespie

Produced by: Andrew Gunn, Marc Platt,  Kristin Burr, p.g.a.

Executive producers: Emma Stone, Michelle Wright, Jared LeBoff, Glenn Close

Lines of: Dana Fox y Tony McNamara

History of: Aline Brosh McKenna y Kelly Marcel & Steve Zissis

Based on the Novel: “The One Hundred and One Dalmatians” de Dodie Smith

Original Music by:Nicholas B ritell

Technical Specifications of the Disney movie Cruella

Release date: Digital: June 25th- Physical: September 21st

Movie Length: Approx. 133 minutes

Classification: PG-13 in the USA

Audio in the US: 4K Ultra HD: Dolby Atmos in English, DVS 2.0 Dolby Digital in English, 7.1 Dolby Digital Plus in Spanish, 5.1 Dolby Digital in French

Blu-ray: 7.1 DTS-HDMA in English, DVS 2.0 Dolby Digital in English, 5.1 Dolby Digital in Spanish, 5.1 Dolby Digital in French

DVD: 5.1 Dolby in English, DVS 2.0 Dolby in English, 5.1 Dolby in Spanish, 5.1 Dolby in French

Digital: Dolby Atmos in English (UHD only, some platforms), 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital in English, 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital in Spanish, 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital in French, English Descriptive Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital (some platforms)

US subtitle: 4K Ultra HD™: SDH in English, Spanish, French, Japanese

Blu-ra: SDH in English, Spanish, French

DVD: SDH in English, Spanish, French

Digital: SDH in English, Spanish, French (some platforms)

Social networks

Twitter: @Cruella

Facebook: @DisneyCruellaDeVil

Instagram: @DisneyCruella

#Cruella

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Cruella on Digital June 25 and 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD September 21 |

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“STONE AND THOMPSON TOGETHER ARE MAGIC”– Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times

Meet the Most Famous Disney Villain –– and the Most Fashionable––

With the Early Landing of Cruella on Digital June 25 and 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on September 21

Includes Never-Before-Seen Content, Deleted Scenes, and Fake Shots

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Disney movie Cruella It will land early on all major digital platforms on June 25 and on 4K Ultra HD ™, Blu-ray ™ and DVD on September 21. Consumers will be able to enjoy never-before-seen content and deleted scenes in stunning Ultra HD ™ quality and Dolby Atmos.

Synopsis of the film

Cruellaset in 1970s London amid the punk rock revolution, follows in the footsteps of Estella, a smart and creative young con artist willing to make a name for herself with her designs. Estella befriends a pair of young thieves who appreciate her appetite for mischief and together they are able to build a life for themselves on the streets of London. One day, Estella’s flair for fashion catches the eye of Baroness von Hellman, a fashion legend who is irresistibly chic, whose style is terrifying, brought to life through two-time Oscar® winner Emma Thompson. (“Howards End” and “Sense & Sensibility”). But the relationship unleashes a series of events and revelations that will lead Estella to take on her more evil side and become the raucous and vindictively twisted Cruella, who is always in style.

Additional Disney Content About Cruella*

Department: Emma Stone as Estella / Cruella

Emma Thompson as The Baroness

Joel Fry as Jasper

Paul Walter Hauser like Horace

Emily Beecham as Catherine/Maid

Kirby Howell-Baptiste like Anita Darling

Mark Strong como John the Valet

Directed by: Craig Gillespie

Produced by: Andrew Gunn, Marc Platt,  Kristin Burr, p.g.a.

Executive producers: Emma Stone, Michelle Wright, Jared LeBoff, Glenn Close

Lines of: Dana Fox y Tony McNamara

History of: Aline Brosh McKenna y Kelly Marcel & Steve Zissis

Based on the Novel: “The One Hundred and One Dalmatians” de Dodie Smith

Original Music by:Nicholas B ritell

Technical Specifications of the Disney movie Cruella

Release date: Digital: June 25th- Physical: September 21st

Movie Length: Approx. 133 minutes

Classification: PG-13 in the USA

Audio in the US: 4K Ultra HD: Dolby Atmos in English, DVS 2.0 Dolby Digital in English, 7.1 Dolby Digital Plus in Spanish, 5.1 Dolby Digital in French

Blu-ray: 7.1 DTS-HDMA in English, DVS 2.0 Dolby Digital in English, 5.1 Dolby Digital in Spanish, 5.1 Dolby Digital in French

DVD: 5.1 Dolby in English, DVS 2.0 Dolby in English, 5.1 Dolby in Spanish, 5.1 Dolby in French

Digital: Dolby Atmos in English (UHD only, some platforms), 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital in English, 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital in Spanish, 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital in French, English Descriptive Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital (some platforms)

US subtitle: 4K Ultra HD™: SDH in English, Spanish, French, Japanese

Blu-ra: SDH in English, Spanish, French

DVD: SDH in English, Spanish, French

Digital: SDH in English, Spanish, French (some platforms)

Social networks

Twitter: @Cruella

Facebook: @DisneyCruellaDeVil

Instagram: @DisneyCruella

#Cruella

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Cruella on Digital June 25 and 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD September 21 |

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‘Scream 5’ is actually titled ‘Scream’

Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette | John Shearer/WireImage

Scream 5 isn’t actually called ‘Scream 5.’ While it is the 5th movie in the franchise, it is known simply, and officially, as Scream. Likewise, an official Halloween franchise sequel released in 2018 and starring Jamie Lee Curtis is titled Halloween.

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At long last, Scream 5 has a release date. The long-awaited flick will hit theaters in early 2022. But with many movies moving straight to streaming platforms alongside theatrical releases, horror movie fans wonder if the film might get a release on Paramount+. Here’s everything we know so far about the release of Scream 5.

‘Scream 5’ is actually titled ‘Scream’

Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette | John Shearer/WireImage

Scream 5 isn’t actually called ‘Scream 5.’ While it is the 5th movie in the franchise, it is known simply, and officially, as Scream. Likewise, an official Halloween franchise sequel released in 2018 and starring Jamie Lee Curtis is titled Halloween.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634326080) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(63) "Fast & Furious Needs Vin Diesel & The Rock To Move On From Feud" ["link"]=> string(91) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/fast-furious-needs-vin-diesel-the-rock-to-move-on-from-feud/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 19:21:06 +0000" ["category"]=> string(42) "Movie NewsDieselFastFeudFuriousmoveRockVin" ["guid"]=> string(91) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/fast-furious-needs-vin-diesel-the-rock-to-move-on-from-feud/" ["description"]=> string(610) "The feud between Vin Diesel and The Rock has continued for years, but for the good of both stars and Fast and Furious at large, it needs to stop. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has rekindled his Fast and Furious feud with Vin Diesel, but for the good of the franchise, it’s time for both actors ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7595) "

The feud between Vin Diesel and The Rock has continued for years, but for the good of both stars and Fast and Furious at large, it needs to stop.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has rekindled his Fast and Furious feud with Vin Diesel, but for the good of the franchise, it’s time for both actors to finally resolve their differences. Even if Johnson never plays Luke Hobbs again in the Fast franchise, the continued petulance between him and Diesel is a negative distraction for all involved. The repeated barbs thrown between the two stars may be entertaining to watch from a distance, but they aren’t good for Fast and Furious as a whole.

The beef between Diesel and The Rock started at the end of production for The Fate of the Furious, when Johnson shared and quickly deleted an Instagram post calling some of his male costars “candy-asses.” Tyrese Gibson quickly chimed in to defend Diesel, and passive-aggressive jabs have passed back and forth constantly in the years since. Most recently, Johnson said in an interview that he regrets taking his issues public, but that he meant what he said about Diesel and that he received thanks from the crew of The Fate of the Furious for speaking out. The Rock did not appear in the series’ most recent entry, F9: The Fast Saga.


Related: F9’s Blu-ray Makes It Obvious John Cena Is The Rock’s Replacement

While Fast and Furious 9 was a great movie, it certainly suffered from the absence of Johnson. His irreplaceable onscreen charisma and unique role in the Fast and Furious family of characters has been a big part of the franchise for years, and without him, it’s hard not to see a hole where he could have been. The negative impact of his feud with Diesel is larger than just Hobbs’ absence from the story, however. At this point, the repeated insults are hurting the series’ reputation at large and tainting public perception of both stars.

Vin Diesel vs The Rock in Fast 5

Whatever really went on between Johnson and Diesel is now years in the past. Continuing to bash each other might make for good headlines, but it’s no longer in either star’s best interest. Many fans are still hoping that The Rock could return in Fast and Furious 10 or Fast and Furious 11, even if it’s just a small cameo role. Unfortunately, with the beef between Johnson and Diesel clearly still active and ugly, the chances of that happening look slim.

It’s likely that by this point, Johnson would rather see Fast and Furious fail, just to stick it to Diesel. That doesn’t make his petty comments look any better, however. The continued feud hurts him, Diesel, and Fast and Furious at large. If the two stars actually care about the millions of people who turn out to watch and love the movies, they owe it to them to squash the beef once and for all, even if it doesn’t bring Hobbs back in any future Fast and Furious films.

Next: Why Cardi B Was Nervous To Film Fast & Furious 9

Eternals Kumail Nanjiani

Kumail Nanjiani Felt Stupid Doing His Superpowers On Eternals Set


About The Author

" } ["summary"]=> string(610) "The feud between Vin Diesel and The Rock has continued for years, but for the good of both stars and Fast and Furious at large, it needs to stop. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has rekindled his Fast and Furious feud with Vin Diesel, but for the good of the franchise, it’s time for both actors ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7595) "

The feud between Vin Diesel and The Rock has continued for years, but for the good of both stars and Fast and Furious at large, it needs to stop.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has rekindled his Fast and Furious feud with Vin Diesel, but for the good of the franchise, it’s time for both actors to finally resolve their differences. Even if Johnson never plays Luke Hobbs again in the Fast franchise, the continued petulance between him and Diesel is a negative distraction for all involved. The repeated barbs thrown between the two stars may be entertaining to watch from a distance, but they aren’t good for Fast and Furious as a whole.

The beef between Diesel and The Rock started at the end of production for The Fate of the Furious, when Johnson shared and quickly deleted an Instagram post calling some of his male costars “candy-asses.” Tyrese Gibson quickly chimed in to defend Diesel, and passive-aggressive jabs have passed back and forth constantly in the years since. Most recently, Johnson said in an interview that he regrets taking his issues public, but that he meant what he said about Diesel and that he received thanks from the crew of The Fate of the Furious for speaking out. The Rock did not appear in the series’ most recent entry, F9: The Fast Saga.


Related: F9’s Blu-ray Makes It Obvious John Cena Is The Rock’s Replacement

While Fast and Furious 9 was a great movie, it certainly suffered from the absence of Johnson. His irreplaceable onscreen charisma and unique role in the Fast and Furious family of characters has been a big part of the franchise for years, and without him, it’s hard not to see a hole where he could have been. The negative impact of his feud with Diesel is larger than just Hobbs’ absence from the story, however. At this point, the repeated insults are hurting the series’ reputation at large and tainting public perception of both stars.

Vin Diesel vs The Rock in Fast 5

Whatever really went on between Johnson and Diesel is now years in the past. Continuing to bash each other might make for good headlines, but it’s no longer in either star’s best interest. Many fans are still hoping that The Rock could return in Fast and Furious 10 or Fast and Furious 11, even if it’s just a small cameo role. Unfortunately, with the beef between Johnson and Diesel clearly still active and ugly, the chances of that happening look slim.

It’s likely that by this point, Johnson would rather see Fast and Furious fail, just to stick it to Diesel. That doesn’t make his petty comments look any better, however. The continued feud hurts him, Diesel, and Fast and Furious at large. If the two stars actually care about the millions of people who turn out to watch and love the movies, they owe it to them to squash the beef once and for all, even if it doesn’t bring Hobbs back in any future Fast and Furious films.

Next: Why Cardi B Was Nervous To Film Fast & Furious 9

Eternals Kumail Nanjiani

Kumail Nanjiani Felt Stupid Doing His Superpowers On Eternals Set


About The Author

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634325666) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(66) "Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge seen on Indiana Jones 5 set" ["link"]=> string(98) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/harrison-ford-and-phoebe-waller-bridge-seen-on-indiana-jones-5-set/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 19:16:07 +0000" ["category"]=> string(53) "TrendingFordHarrisonIndianaJonesPhoebesetWallerBridge" ["guid"]=> string(98) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/harrison-ford-and-phoebe-waller-bridge-seen-on-indiana-jones-5-set/" ["description"]=> string(659) "Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge have been seen together filming Indiana Jones 5 for the first time (Picture: O.Palombi-A.Fabio/Mega) More pictures have surfaced from the set of Indiana Jones 5 in Sicily, and this time they show leading man Harrison Ford together with co-lead Phoebe Waller-Bridge for the first time. The pair were busy shooting ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8340) "
Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge have been seen together filming Indiana Jones 5 for the first time (Picture: O.Palombi-A.Fabio/Mega)

More pictures have surfaced from the set of Indiana Jones 5 in Sicily, and this time they show leading man Harrison Ford together with co-lead Phoebe Waller-Bridge for the first time.

The pair were busy shooting a scene together in San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily, on Wednesday.

While Harrison, 79, wore his classic brown leather jacket, beige shirt and grey trousers, 36-year-old Phoebe looked to be rocking a similar aesthetic with a white shirt and beige trousers, which were tucked into calf-length lace-up boots.

With a large number of masked-up crew present, the actors performed for the cameras, with one shot showing them both dishevelled and dirty, sitting on the rocky ground with what looked to be some sort of parachute backpack strapped to Han Solo star Harrison.

Indy’s iconic brown fedora could also be seen lying between Phoebe’s feet.

In another picture from the same scene, Phoebe is seen leaning over to talk to Harrison’s Dr Jones, with one hand tenderly placed on his face.

Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge filming Indiana Jones 5 in San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily on 13 Oct 2021

(Picture: O.Palombi-A.Fabio / Mega)

Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge filming Indiana Jones 5 in San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily on 13 Oct 2021

(Picture: O.Palombi-A.Fabio / Mega)

No details have yet been released for the Fleabag star’s character and her relationship to Indiana Jones, nor for Mads Mikkelsen’s role, with the Danish actor also spotted on set in Sicily just last week.

Again, the only details revealed by those photos was Mads’ costume of black trousers, grey blazar, dark grey tie and white shirt, with a matching grey fedora.

However, Phoebe is reportedly being lined up to replace Harrison in the much-loved Indiana Jones franchise, as a source told the Mail on Sunday that producer Kathleen Kennedy wants to make ‘big, bold changes’ to the franchise.

Harrison Ford in a scene from the film 'Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom', 1984

Harrison in 1984’s Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom, his second outing as the intrepid archaeologist (Picture: Paramount/Getty Images)

Reports suggest Bond scribe Phoebe will replace Harrison in the Indiana Jones franchise (Picture: Reuters)

They added: ‘It would be a huge statement, and a great role for Phoebe.’

The busy hive of activity on Indiana Jones 5’s Italian set comes just over a month after a ten-week break while Harrison recovered from a shoulder injury.

Filming work picked up pace again with the star in Buckinghamshire in September, after he spent the summer recuperating in London, having been spotted riding his bicycle around the city as well as shopping in Waitrose and Selfridges.

Harrison Ford and Toby Jones photographed on set during filming of the new Indiana Jones movie in Leaderfoot in the Scottish Borders on 11 June 2021

Harrison Ford and co-star Toby Jones filming in the Scottish Borders in June, shortly before Harrison’s injury (Picture: Stuart Wallace/Rex/Shutterstock)

A source told The Sun at the time: ‘Everyone’s relieved to see him back and fighting fit. It’s been a long 10-week wait for him and the crew.

‘Filming has been held up but hopefully now it can get back on track.’

As well as Sicily, Indiana Jones 5 has so far shot in London, Glasgow and North Yorkshire, following a run of delays due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which shut down the film industry for several months from March 2020.

Indiana Jones 5 is currently scheduled for release on July 29, 2022.

Got a story?

If you’ve got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us celebtips@metro.co.uk, calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page – we’d love to hear from you.

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Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge have been seen together filming Indiana Jones 5 for the first time (Picture: O.Palombi-A.Fabio/Mega)

More pictures have surfaced from the set of Indiana Jones 5 in Sicily, and this time they show leading man Harrison Ford together with co-lead Phoebe Waller-Bridge for the first time.

The pair were busy shooting a scene together in San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily, on Wednesday.

While Harrison, 79, wore his classic brown leather jacket, beige shirt and grey trousers, 36-year-old Phoebe looked to be rocking a similar aesthetic with a white shirt and beige trousers, which were tucked into calf-length lace-up boots.

With a large number of masked-up crew present, the actors performed for the cameras, with one shot showing them both dishevelled and dirty, sitting on the rocky ground with what looked to be some sort of parachute backpack strapped to Han Solo star Harrison.

Indy’s iconic brown fedora could also be seen lying between Phoebe’s feet.

In another picture from the same scene, Phoebe is seen leaning over to talk to Harrison’s Dr Jones, with one hand tenderly placed on his face.

Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge filming Indiana Jones 5 in San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily on 13 Oct 2021

(Picture: O.Palombi-A.Fabio / Mega)

Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge filming Indiana Jones 5 in San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily on 13 Oct 2021

(Picture: O.Palombi-A.Fabio / Mega)

No details have yet been released for the Fleabag star’s character and her relationship to Indiana Jones, nor for Mads Mikkelsen’s role, with the Danish actor also spotted on set in Sicily just last week.

Again, the only details revealed by those photos was Mads’ costume of black trousers, grey blazar, dark grey tie and white shirt, with a matching grey fedora.

However, Phoebe is reportedly being lined up to replace Harrison in the much-loved Indiana Jones franchise, as a source told the Mail on Sunday that producer Kathleen Kennedy wants to make ‘big, bold changes’ to the franchise.

Harrison Ford in a scene from the film 'Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom', 1984

Harrison in 1984’s Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom, his second outing as the intrepid archaeologist (Picture: Paramount/Getty Images)

Reports suggest Bond scribe Phoebe will replace Harrison in the Indiana Jones franchise (Picture: Reuters)

They added: ‘It would be a huge statement, and a great role for Phoebe.’

The busy hive of activity on Indiana Jones 5’s Italian set comes just over a month after a ten-week break while Harrison recovered from a shoulder injury.

Filming work picked up pace again with the star in Buckinghamshire in September, after he spent the summer recuperating in London, having been spotted riding his bicycle around the city as well as shopping in Waitrose and Selfridges.

Harrison Ford and Toby Jones photographed on set during filming of the new Indiana Jones movie in Leaderfoot in the Scottish Borders on 11 June 2021

Harrison Ford and co-star Toby Jones filming in the Scottish Borders in June, shortly before Harrison’s injury (Picture: Stuart Wallace/Rex/Shutterstock)

A source told The Sun at the time: ‘Everyone’s relieved to see him back and fighting fit. It’s been a long 10-week wait for him and the crew.

‘Filming has been held up but hopefully now it can get back on track.’

As well as Sicily, Indiana Jones 5 has so far shot in London, Glasgow and North Yorkshire, following a run of delays due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which shut down the film industry for several months from March 2020.

Indiana Jones 5 is currently scheduled for release on July 29, 2022.

Got a story?

If you’ve got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us celebtips@metro.co.uk, calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page – we’d love to hear from you.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634325367) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(45) "The song Juliette Lewis wrote about Brad Pitt" ["link"]=> string(77) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/the-song-juliette-lewis-wrote-about-brad-pitt/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 19:15:03 +0000" ["category"]=> string(38) "TrendingBradJulietteLewisPittSongWrote" ["guid"]=> string(77) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/the-song-juliette-lewis-wrote-about-brad-pitt/" ["description"]=> string(592) "In 1993, Juliette Lewis and Brad Pitt were Hollywood hopefuls cast in the Dominic Sena-directed film California. The movie revolves around two journalists and their teenage girlfriends going on a tour of famous murder sites across America, unaware that one of them holds a grisly secret. With equanimous violence at its core, it unspools with the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7147) "

In 1993, Juliette Lewis and Brad Pitt were Hollywood hopefuls cast in the Dominic Sena-directed film California. The movie revolves around two journalists and their teenage girlfriends going on a tour of famous murder sites across America, unaware that one of them holds a grisly secret. With equanimous violence at its core, it unspools with the same odd mixture of brutality and ease, like a razor blade embedded in a bar of soap, that Terrence Malick’s Badlands had achieved a few decades earlier.

While such an intensely savage reflection of the darkness in American society might not seem like an ideal place for a romatic affair to flourish, two of its young leads were enjoying the balm of puppy love. Juliette Lewis dated Brad Pitt for four years from 16 to 20. “He’s not in my universe at all now,” she told the Guardian. “It seems like a high-school relationship because now he’s a very famous person.”

Adding: “I look at this person that I shared a bit of history with. I hope he finds happiness because I genuinely loved him. He’s a very stand-up, good guy. Four years was an eternity at that time. It was my longest relationship and we both lost our anonymity together. Huge life changes all occurred, all connected to that person.”

Lewis then muses: “We’re strangers now. Isn’t that weird? I don’t know him as an adult, and he doesn’t know me. I know that he likes interesting women, always has, and I know that he’s a guy from Missouri that grew up in a very small world and it took huge courage for him to leave.” It’s a thought that singer-songwriter Emma Tricca gave voice to with the gorgeous ‘Lost in New York’ line: “So strange how people walk into someone’s life, changing the weather once and forever, then you don’t remember their face anymore.”

However, the relationship at the time was not without a touch of controversy. When Lewis was 17 and the pair had entered a full relationship Brad Pitt was turning 27. Naturally, this age gap raised a few eyebrows at the time. Despite this, Lewis has always downplayed the disparity and the fanfare behind the entire relationship itself for that matter, remarking: “It amazed me that people are still fascinated that we went out for four years. I was in my high-school years, and it was a wonderful, loving relationship with a fun, smart guy.”

However, this hasn’t stopped Lewis from continually revisiting the subject of people at different parts of their life and the impact that has on love affairs throughout her creative work. The actress started a band after attending a Blondie concert with Hole drummer Patty Schemel and in 2004 raucous grungy indie rockers Juliette and the Licks were spawned. At the time the band started, Lewis ventured to give it all of her efforts and decide to forgo romance, remarking: “You know, I get lonely – I’m not going to lie about that … I kind of signed up in my mind that I’m giving myself wholeheartedly, full-throttle to my creative life and I don’t want to be distracted.”

From this fervent creative mantle, Lewis often looked at the relationships she had set to one side in a sort of subconsciously reflective fashion. None more so than on the Juliette and the Licks track ’20 Year Old Lover’. The song traverses the pitfalls of an age gap in a relationship, a subject Lewis knows very well, with lines like: “I was wondering maybe I could pick you up, At your mother’s house, And you could gimme a little kiss before she kicks me out.”

Although ostensibly a pithy rock ditty, having been in the same shoes as the protagonist, the song is no doubt informed by her time with the aspiring star who ascended to the lofty perch of Hollywood’s leading frontman. While the old couple still remains estranged, Lewis looks back on her relationship fondly and thanks Pitt for being a stable and loving presence as they rapidly rose towards bewildering fame.

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" } ["summary"]=> string(592) "In 1993, Juliette Lewis and Brad Pitt were Hollywood hopefuls cast in the Dominic Sena-directed film California. The movie revolves around two journalists and their teenage girlfriends going on a tour of famous murder sites across America, unaware that one of them holds a grisly secret. With equanimous violence at its core, it unspools with the ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7147) "

In 1993, Juliette Lewis and Brad Pitt were Hollywood hopefuls cast in the Dominic Sena-directed film California. The movie revolves around two journalists and their teenage girlfriends going on a tour of famous murder sites across America, unaware that one of them holds a grisly secret. With equanimous violence at its core, it unspools with the same odd mixture of brutality and ease, like a razor blade embedded in a bar of soap, that Terrence Malick’s Badlands had achieved a few decades earlier.

While such an intensely savage reflection of the darkness in American society might not seem like an ideal place for a romatic affair to flourish, two of its young leads were enjoying the balm of puppy love. Juliette Lewis dated Brad Pitt for four years from 16 to 20. “He’s not in my universe at all now,” she told the Guardian. “It seems like a high-school relationship because now he’s a very famous person.”

Adding: “I look at this person that I shared a bit of history with. I hope he finds happiness because I genuinely loved him. He’s a very stand-up, good guy. Four years was an eternity at that time. It was my longest relationship and we both lost our anonymity together. Huge life changes all occurred, all connected to that person.”

Lewis then muses: “We’re strangers now. Isn’t that weird? I don’t know him as an adult, and he doesn’t know me. I know that he likes interesting women, always has, and I know that he’s a guy from Missouri that grew up in a very small world and it took huge courage for him to leave.” It’s a thought that singer-songwriter Emma Tricca gave voice to with the gorgeous ‘Lost in New York’ line: “So strange how people walk into someone’s life, changing the weather once and forever, then you don’t remember their face anymore.”

However, the relationship at the time was not without a touch of controversy. When Lewis was 17 and the pair had entered a full relationship Brad Pitt was turning 27. Naturally, this age gap raised a few eyebrows at the time. Despite this, Lewis has always downplayed the disparity and the fanfare behind the entire relationship itself for that matter, remarking: “It amazed me that people are still fascinated that we went out for four years. I was in my high-school years, and it was a wonderful, loving relationship with a fun, smart guy.”

However, this hasn’t stopped Lewis from continually revisiting the subject of people at different parts of their life and the impact that has on love affairs throughout her creative work. The actress started a band after attending a Blondie concert with Hole drummer Patty Schemel and in 2004 raucous grungy indie rockers Juliette and the Licks were spawned. At the time the band started, Lewis ventured to give it all of her efforts and decide to forgo romance, remarking: “You know, I get lonely – I’m not going to lie about that … I kind of signed up in my mind that I’m giving myself wholeheartedly, full-throttle to my creative life and I don’t want to be distracted.”

From this fervent creative mantle, Lewis often looked at the relationships she had set to one side in a sort of subconsciously reflective fashion. None more so than on the Juliette and the Licks track ’20 Year Old Lover’. The song traverses the pitfalls of an age gap in a relationship, a subject Lewis knows very well, with lines like: “I was wondering maybe I could pick you up, At your mother’s house, And you could gimme a little kiss before she kicks me out.”

Although ostensibly a pithy rock ditty, having been in the same shoes as the protagonist, the song is no doubt informed by her time with the aspiring star who ascended to the lofty perch of Hollywood’s leading frontman. While the old couple still remains estranged, Lewis looks back on her relationship fondly and thanks Pitt for being a stable and loving presence as they rapidly rose towards bewildering fame.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634325303) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(68) "The Lingering Terror of ‘Coraline’ | by Morgan Pryor | Oct, 2021" ["link"]=> string(89) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/the-lingering-terror-of-coraline-by-morgan-pryor-oct-2021/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 19:04:00 +0000" ["category"]=> string(48) "Scream AwaycoralineLingeringMorganOctPryorTerror" ["guid"]=> string(89) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/the-lingering-terror-of-coraline-by-morgan-pryor-oct-2021/" ["description"]=> string(645) "What makes this “children’s movie” so much more terrifying than horror films made for adults? A lot, actually. Graphic by Cat Tebo I am a firm believer that some kids’ movies are even creepier than the typical horror films targeted at teens and adults. Coraline, in particular, haunts me to this day, filled with a ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9572) "

What makes this “children’s movie” so much more terrifying than horror films made for adults? A lot, actually.

Animated character Coraline from the movie ‘Coraline’ stands next to Patrick from Spongebob with the words “Mom come pick me up, I’m scared.” written underneath. A pair of button eyes with a human mouth is superimposed on the image.
Graphic by Cat Tebo

I am a firm believer that some kids’ movies are even creepier than the typical horror films targeted at teens and adults. Coraline, in particular, haunts me to this day, filled with a number of disturbing scenes I still haven’t managed to recover from (for one, the scene in which the demonic Other Mother explains her desire to sew buttons into the main character’s eyes. I shudder just thinking about it).

As a kid who wouldn’t even dare to watch a real horror movie behind my parents’ backs before age 13, I was totally unprepared for what I witnessed in Coraline at age nine. But the prospect of an evil, alternate-reality version of my mother wanting to trap me in said reality for eternity and sew buttons into my eyes remains just as disturbing to me now, as a 21-year-old. In fact, it took years for me to finally work up the courage to watch Coraline for a second time.

I should stress, first, that I am the type of person who can watch extremely uncomfortable horror films with no difficulty (as in, I’m unshaken by everything from the cliff-jumping scene in Midsummer to the clown from It). However, I can recall my unease upon viewing Coraline years ago with more vividness and intensity than I can with most horror films made for adults. Unlike those I’ve watched and rewatched as an adult, Coraline is not a film I can casually revisit. As Halloween approaches and horror movies enjoy their annual resurgence, it’s hard for me not to wonder: What makes Coraline, a film that fits into the broader categorization of a “children’s movie,” quite so disturbing?

Part of it seems to be that its restraint — an aversion to outright gore or usual horror tropes likely in an effort to keep it in the kids’ market — makes the film entirely more scary. Because most of the film’s horror is only implied — sewing buttons into a child’s eyes, for example, is too graphic for a PG-rated movie, and is instead alluded to with subtle imagery — viewers remain on the edge of their seats throughout the film. In an adult horror film, everything that’s set-up is eventually fulfilled as we see every act of violence and every scary image the movie primes us for play out onscreen.

In Coraline, the terror is only every suggested or hinted at, so the tension is never broken and the narrative is always only at the cusp of pay-off. The whole movie is one long “right before” moment, meaning that the terror it provokes never fully dissipates. Even though the film concludes, the lack of a climactic revelatory moment (like in The Quiet Place, for instance, when the creatures finally arrive onscreen after not seeing them for so long) allows it to linger in the minds of its young audience indefinitely, striking fear in them as they continue to fill in the blanks of the film’s plot and imagery after the closing credits.

Additionally, as children, the distancing devices that we acquire as we spend time navigating the media landscape are largely undeveloped. Whereas adult spectators have grown accustomed to separating themselves from narratives or gotten used to being a distant viewer, children lack such tools as newer consumers of media. In A Quiet Place, though I feel for the father when he gruesomely sacrifices himself to save his children, it doesn’t necessarily disturb me much long after the story has come to an end. But watching Coraline as a nine-year-old, I remember being totally engrossed in the film, and I immediately began putting myself in Coraline’s place. When Coraline opened the gift of button eyes from her Other Mother, I felt like I was the one opening that box, experiencing the terror alongside the protagonist.

This is not to say that adults go entirely unaffected by horror films, but when things get too scary, we are able to take a step back and remind ourselves easily that what we’re watching is make-believe. As soon as the lights go on and the screen goes dark, it’s easy to move on. However, for a child who does not consume media so often, least of all those with horrific elements, films like Coraline have a more substantial impact on them. An adult has had years to cultivate a tolerance to even the most grotesque images; we’ve all but been bombarded with them every day of their life. A nine-year-old? Not so much.

Also, the use and subversion of the elements common to childhood and the coming-of-age genre makes Coraline even more unsettling. It draws from the everyday anxieties and experiences of its young audience. The aforementioned lack of distance between the children viewing the film and the movie’s titular protagonist is furthered as Coraline exploits the ideas of family and home, twisting them into something dangerous and scary, in lieu of drawing from more supernatural, outlandish elements (though the Other dimension is supernatural in a sense).

Finally, there’s the added factor of expectations: we go into movies expecting one thing, forcing films into broad categories before they’re released to theaters. So, as a nine-year-old walking into Coraline expecting a kids’ film, having my expectations derailed (and in such a frightening way) made the experience even more jarring and unsettling, because I didn’t have the foresight to prepare myself for what I was getting into; I wasn’t primed to expect anything out of the ordinary.

As I watched the film (which starts out like an ordinary children’s movie where a girl moves to a new neighborhood, is unhappy to have left her friends, and so on) use the aforementioned experiences of my day-to-day childhood as a means to horrifying and unexpected ends, it was like my nine-year-old self had entered an actual alternate reality. One in which everything I had been taught — about children’s films, family, growing up, and about the experience of life in general — could no longer be trusted.

For all the terror that Coraline sparked in me as a child, the fact remains that it continues to be just as creepy to me as an adult rewatching it, while objectively more “extreme” horror movies do not so much as phase me. Perhaps it’s because the uniquely terrifying experience of watching it as a child still stays with me. Would I label it traumatizing or immoral of the film’s creators to market such a film to children? Not necessarily. The film’s staying power also stems from how amazingly creepy it is, which I can recognize as a seasoned horror fan. I can appreciate the artistry and finesse it took to make such a disturbing film with so little grotesque imagery; this is what makes the best horror in general, though many filmmakers fail to recognize it.

But it took some years and many horror movies later to get to this point, and I pity the children who, like me, went into Coraline thinking it was a fun animated movie. They have no idea what they’re in for.

" } ["summary"]=> string(645) "What makes this “children’s movie” so much more terrifying than horror films made for adults? A lot, actually. Graphic by Cat Tebo I am a firm believer that some kids’ movies are even creepier than the typical horror films targeted at teens and adults. Coraline, in particular, haunts me to this day, filled with a ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(9572) "

What makes this “children’s movie” so much more terrifying than horror films made for adults? A lot, actually.

Animated character Coraline from the movie ‘Coraline’ stands next to Patrick from Spongebob with the words “Mom come pick me up, I’m scared.” written underneath. A pair of button eyes with a human mouth is superimposed on the image.
Graphic by Cat Tebo

I am a firm believer that some kids’ movies are even creepier than the typical horror films targeted at teens and adults. Coraline, in particular, haunts me to this day, filled with a number of disturbing scenes I still haven’t managed to recover from (for one, the scene in which the demonic Other Mother explains her desire to sew buttons into the main character’s eyes. I shudder just thinking about it).

As a kid who wouldn’t even dare to watch a real horror movie behind my parents’ backs before age 13, I was totally unprepared for what I witnessed in Coraline at age nine. But the prospect of an evil, alternate-reality version of my mother wanting to trap me in said reality for eternity and sew buttons into my eyes remains just as disturbing to me now, as a 21-year-old. In fact, it took years for me to finally work up the courage to watch Coraline for a second time.

I should stress, first, that I am the type of person who can watch extremely uncomfortable horror films with no difficulty (as in, I’m unshaken by everything from the cliff-jumping scene in Midsummer to the clown from It). However, I can recall my unease upon viewing Coraline years ago with more vividness and intensity than I can with most horror films made for adults. Unlike those I’ve watched and rewatched as an adult, Coraline is not a film I can casually revisit. As Halloween approaches and horror movies enjoy their annual resurgence, it’s hard for me not to wonder: What makes Coraline, a film that fits into the broader categorization of a “children’s movie,” quite so disturbing?

Part of it seems to be that its restraint — an aversion to outright gore or usual horror tropes likely in an effort to keep it in the kids’ market — makes the film entirely more scary. Because most of the film’s horror is only implied — sewing buttons into a child’s eyes, for example, is too graphic for a PG-rated movie, and is instead alluded to with subtle imagery — viewers remain on the edge of their seats throughout the film. In an adult horror film, everything that’s set-up is eventually fulfilled as we see every act of violence and every scary image the movie primes us for play out onscreen.

In Coraline, the terror is only every suggested or hinted at, so the tension is never broken and the narrative is always only at the cusp of pay-off. The whole movie is one long “right before” moment, meaning that the terror it provokes never fully dissipates. Even though the film concludes, the lack of a climactic revelatory moment (like in The Quiet Place, for instance, when the creatures finally arrive onscreen after not seeing them for so long) allows it to linger in the minds of its young audience indefinitely, striking fear in them as they continue to fill in the blanks of the film’s plot and imagery after the closing credits.

Additionally, as children, the distancing devices that we acquire as we spend time navigating the media landscape are largely undeveloped. Whereas adult spectators have grown accustomed to separating themselves from narratives or gotten used to being a distant viewer, children lack such tools as newer consumers of media. In A Quiet Place, though I feel for the father when he gruesomely sacrifices himself to save his children, it doesn’t necessarily disturb me much long after the story has come to an end. But watching Coraline as a nine-year-old, I remember being totally engrossed in the film, and I immediately began putting myself in Coraline’s place. When Coraline opened the gift of button eyes from her Other Mother, I felt like I was the one opening that box, experiencing the terror alongside the protagonist.

This is not to say that adults go entirely unaffected by horror films, but when things get too scary, we are able to take a step back and remind ourselves easily that what we’re watching is make-believe. As soon as the lights go on and the screen goes dark, it’s easy to move on. However, for a child who does not consume media so often, least of all those with horrific elements, films like Coraline have a more substantial impact on them. An adult has had years to cultivate a tolerance to even the most grotesque images; we’ve all but been bombarded with them every day of their life. A nine-year-old? Not so much.

Also, the use and subversion of the elements common to childhood and the coming-of-age genre makes Coraline even more unsettling. It draws from the everyday anxieties and experiences of its young audience. The aforementioned lack of distance between the children viewing the film and the movie’s titular protagonist is furthered as Coraline exploits the ideas of family and home, twisting them into something dangerous and scary, in lieu of drawing from more supernatural, outlandish elements (though the Other dimension is supernatural in a sense).

Finally, there’s the added factor of expectations: we go into movies expecting one thing, forcing films into broad categories before they’re released to theaters. So, as a nine-year-old walking into Coraline expecting a kids’ film, having my expectations derailed (and in such a frightening way) made the experience even more jarring and unsettling, because I didn’t have the foresight to prepare myself for what I was getting into; I wasn’t primed to expect anything out of the ordinary.

As I watched the film (which starts out like an ordinary children’s movie where a girl moves to a new neighborhood, is unhappy to have left her friends, and so on) use the aforementioned experiences of my day-to-day childhood as a means to horrifying and unexpected ends, it was like my nine-year-old self had entered an actual alternate reality. One in which everything I had been taught — about children’s films, family, growing up, and about the experience of life in general — could no longer be trusted.

For all the terror that Coraline sparked in me as a child, the fact remains that it continues to be just as creepy to me as an adult rewatching it, while objectively more “extreme” horror movies do not so much as phase me. Perhaps it’s because the uniquely terrifying experience of watching it as a child still stays with me. Would I label it traumatizing or immoral of the film’s creators to market such a film to children? Not necessarily. The film’s staying power also stems from how amazingly creepy it is, which I can recognize as a seasoned horror fan. I can appreciate the artistry and finesse it took to make such a disturbing film with so little grotesque imagery; this is what makes the best horror in general, though many filmmakers fail to recognize it.

But it took some years and many horror movies later to get to this point, and I pity the children who, like me, went into Coraline thinking it was a fun animated movie. They have no idea what they’re in for.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634324640) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(69) "IATSE U.K. Crew Prepare to Stop Work if Strike Goes Ahead (EXCLUSIVE)" ["link"]=> string(98) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/iatse-u-k-crew-prepare-to-stop-work-if-strike-goes-ahead-exclusive/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 19:01:16 +0000" ["category"]=> string(70) "Movie Production CompaniesAheadcrewExclusiveIATSEprepareStopStrikeWork" ["guid"]=> string(98) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/iatse-u-k-crew-prepare-to-stop-work-if-strike-goes-ahead-exclusive/" ["description"]=> string(678) "The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees’ crew members working in the U.K. are preparing to down tools if the strike goes ahead on Oct. 18, Variety has learned. Bectu, which represents the U.K.’s below-the-line workers, has confirmed it has received calls from heads of department (HODs) on U.K. productions asking about replacing IATSE workers ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4441) "

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees’ crew members working in the U.K. are preparing to down tools if the strike goes ahead on Oct. 18, Variety has learned.

Bectu, which represents the U.K.’s below-the-line workers, has confirmed it has received calls from heads of department (HODs) on U.K. productions asking about replacing IATSE workers in the U.K. The British union will advise members not to replace any striking IA members, said Spencer MacDonald, national secretary for the London production and regional production division of Bectu.

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“Some HODs have been contacted about replacing IA members in the U.K.,” said MacDonald. “It appears they can strike, so we will be sending out a note to all our members about not replacing striking IA members.”

“Our members are fully behind IATSE,” said MacDonald. However, he said it was unlikely Bectu would strike in solidarity as that would require both a trade dispute and a balloting of Bectu’s members, which hasn’t happened.

Affected productions will be those covered by either the Producer-IATSE Basic Agreement or IATSE’s Theatrical and Television Motion Picture Area Standards Agreement, whose crew are members of IATSE.

Among the signatories to either or both of those agreements are Warner Bros. Pictures, which is currently filming “Aquaman 2” and “Wonka” in the U.K.; Legendary Pictures, which is shooting “Enola Holmes 2”; and Lionsgate, which is filming “The Expendables.”

Variety has reached out to Warner Bros. Pictures, Legendary and Lionsgate for comment.

“Given the unprecedented nature of a potential nationwide film and TV worker strike, the full impact is difficult even for us to anticipate,” Jonas N. Loeb, communications director of IATSE’s New York branch told Variety. “We’re hoping the producers and studios continue working with us to make a deal that addresses core issues like reasonable rest periods, long hours, meal breaks and living wages so we are never forced to find out.”

IATSE is currently negotiating with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers ahead of a strike date on Oct. 18.

If negotiations falter, 60,000 union members will begin a nationwide — and potentially international — strike against the major studios that could bring the film and entertainment industry to its knees.

IATSE is asking for better hours and working conditions, including a turnaround time (the time between leaving set at night and returning the next morning) of 10 hours in order to prevent physical and mental harm resulting from exhaustion. Crew members have reported falling asleep at the wheel and even crashing their cars after spending long days and nights on set.

Meanwhile, Deadline reported that Bectu has formally asked its members to show solidarity with IATSE via an email sent by head Philippa Childs to members. In the mail, seen by Variety, Childs writes that the IATSE industrial action may involve IATSE members who are working in the U.K.

“If this does happen productions may try and replace them to cover their work. Bectu is fully behind IATSE and therefore we strongly recommend you contact the union if you are offered work of a striking IATSE member,” Childs writes.

“It is important that Bectu members do nothing to undermine the IATSE action and in fact we would ask you to go further and show your solidarity by taking a photo of yourself (with colleagues) and posting it on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram tagging @bectu @IATSE and with the hashtag #IASolidarity #UnionStrong,” Childs adds.

Bectu is currently negotiating its own trade agreements in the U.K., citing many similar issues.

Manori Ravindran contributed to this story.

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" } ["summary"]=> string(678) "The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees’ crew members working in the U.K. are preparing to down tools if the strike goes ahead on Oct. 18, Variety has learned. Bectu, which represents the U.K.’s below-the-line workers, has confirmed it has received calls from heads of department (HODs) on U.K. productions asking about replacing IATSE workers ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4441) "

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees’ crew members working in the U.K. are preparing to down tools if the strike goes ahead on Oct. 18, Variety has learned.

Bectu, which represents the U.K.’s below-the-line workers, has confirmed it has received calls from heads of department (HODs) on U.K. productions asking about replacing IATSE workers in the U.K. The British union will advise members not to replace any striking IA members, said Spencer MacDonald, national secretary for the London production and regional production division of Bectu.

More from Variety

“Some HODs have been contacted about replacing IA members in the U.K.,” said MacDonald. “It appears they can strike, so we will be sending out a note to all our members about not replacing striking IA members.”

“Our members are fully behind IATSE,” said MacDonald. However, he said it was unlikely Bectu would strike in solidarity as that would require both a trade dispute and a balloting of Bectu’s members, which hasn’t happened.

Affected productions will be those covered by either the Producer-IATSE Basic Agreement or IATSE’s Theatrical and Television Motion Picture Area Standards Agreement, whose crew are members of IATSE.

Among the signatories to either or both of those agreements are Warner Bros. Pictures, which is currently filming “Aquaman 2” and “Wonka” in the U.K.; Legendary Pictures, which is shooting “Enola Holmes 2”; and Lionsgate, which is filming “The Expendables.”

Variety has reached out to Warner Bros. Pictures, Legendary and Lionsgate for comment.

“Given the unprecedented nature of a potential nationwide film and TV worker strike, the full impact is difficult even for us to anticipate,” Jonas N. Loeb, communications director of IATSE’s New York branch told Variety. “We’re hoping the producers and studios continue working with us to make a deal that addresses core issues like reasonable rest periods, long hours, meal breaks and living wages so we are never forced to find out.”

IATSE is currently negotiating with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers ahead of a strike date on Oct. 18.

If negotiations falter, 60,000 union members will begin a nationwide — and potentially international — strike against the major studios that could bring the film and entertainment industry to its knees.

IATSE is asking for better hours and working conditions, including a turnaround time (the time between leaving set at night and returning the next morning) of 10 hours in order to prevent physical and mental harm resulting from exhaustion. Crew members have reported falling asleep at the wheel and even crashing their cars after spending long days and nights on set.

Meanwhile, Deadline reported that Bectu has formally asked its members to show solidarity with IATSE via an email sent by head Philippa Childs to members. In the mail, seen by Variety, Childs writes that the IATSE industrial action may involve IATSE members who are working in the U.K.

“If this does happen productions may try and replace them to cover their work. Bectu is fully behind IATSE and therefore we strongly recommend you contact the union if you are offered work of a striking IATSE member,” Childs writes.

“It is important that Bectu members do nothing to undermine the IATSE action and in fact we would ask you to go further and show your solidarity by taking a photo of yourself (with colleagues) and posting it on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram tagging @bectu @IATSE and with the hashtag #IASolidarity #UnionStrong,” Childs adds.

Bectu is currently negotiating its own trade agreements in the U.K., citing many similar issues.

Manori Ravindran contributed to this story.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634324476) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(39) "Mastercam Retains Top Ranking Worldwide" ["link"]=> string(71) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/mastercam-retains-top-ranking-worldwide/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:59:55 +0000" ["category"]=> string(61) "Movie Production CompaniesMastercamRankingretainsTopWorldwide" ["guid"]=> string(71) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/mastercam-retains-top-ranking-worldwide/" ["description"]=> string(564) "Mastercam is the most widely used CAM for the 27th year in a row Published: Oct. 15, 2021 at 10:54 AM MDT|Updated: 2 hours ago TOLLAND, Conn., Oct. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — More shops and schools invest in Mastercam than any other CAD/CAM software package in the world. According to CIMdata, Inc., an independent research firm ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5814) "

Mastercam is the most widely used CAM for the 27th year in a row

Published: Oct. 15, 2021 at 10:54 AM MDT|Updated: 2 hours ago

TOLLAND, Conn., Oct. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — More shops and schools invest in Mastercam than any other CAD/CAM software package in the world. According to CIMdata, Inc., an independent research firm specializing in the NC industry, Mastercam is the number one CAM software used worldwide for 27 years in a row. In the latest report, Mastercam retained the top spot for CAM software in three categories: industry, education, and support network.

Mastercam retained the top spot for CAM software in three categories: industry, education, and support network.

Mastercam topped the list in both educational and industrial categories, with nearly twice as many installed seats.

Mastercam topped the list in both the educational and industrial categories, with nearly twice as many installed seats as the nearest competitor*.

“Mastercam having such widespread global use offers a lot of benefits for shops,” says Meghan West, President and CEO of CNC Software, LLC. “The community of users is exceptionally strong, the support network has unmatched experience and expertise, and industrial shops are reducing the skills gap because more students are graduating with Mastercam experience.”

If you run a shop, using the most widely used CAD/CAM software is important. You want reliable code to run your machines at maximum performance for precision and efficiency, and you want access to training and support to keep your shop optimized and business growing.

If you work in education, you want to prepare students with skills they can transfer to further education and gainful employment. You appreciate access to extensive training, curriculum, and projects from Mastercam and authorized partner providers.

If you are an individual, using the top CAD/CAM software is important because there is a high demand for skilled workers in manufacturing companies. You can find training and education opportunities to learn Mastercam since it is also the most widely taught, and you can find a job easier with Mastercam skills.

West continues, “Mastercam provides incomparable access and support for shops and programmers. With the largest local Reseller support network of any CAM developer, there is always an expert available to help you get the most benefit from our software.”

Mastercam is developed based on evolving technology, industry trends, and feedback from customers. For more information about Mastercam, please visit https://www.mastercam.com.

* According to CIMdata, Inc. CIMdata is an independent research firm specializing in the NC industry. For more information about CIMdata, visit https://www.cimdata.com.

About CNC Software
Founded in 1983, CNC Software, LLC. is headquartered in Tolland, Connecticut, with corporate offices in China. The company develops Mastercam, a suite of CAD/CAM software created to reduce production time and expense with efficient machining strategies and advanced toolpath technologies like Accelerated Finishing™ and Dynamic Motion™. Mastercam is the world’s #1 CAM software, with more than 284,000 installations in industries such as moldmaking, automotive, medical, aerospace, consumer products, education, and prototyping.  For more information, visit www.mastercam.com.

Contact: Michelle Nemeth
Phone: +1 860.875.5006
Fax: +1 860.872.1565
Michellen@mastercam.com

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Mastercam is the most widely used CAM for the 27th year in a row

Published: Oct. 15, 2021 at 10:54 AM MDT|Updated: 2 hours ago

TOLLAND, Conn., Oct. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — More shops and schools invest in Mastercam than any other CAD/CAM software package in the world. According to CIMdata, Inc., an independent research firm specializing in the NC industry, Mastercam is the number one CAM software used worldwide for 27 years in a row. In the latest report, Mastercam retained the top spot for CAM software in three categories: industry, education, and support network.

Mastercam retained the top spot for CAM software in three categories: industry, education, and support network.

Mastercam topped the list in both educational and industrial categories, with nearly twice as many installed seats.

Mastercam topped the list in both the educational and industrial categories, with nearly twice as many installed seats as the nearest competitor*.

“Mastercam having such widespread global use offers a lot of benefits for shops,” says Meghan West, President and CEO of CNC Software, LLC. “The community of users is exceptionally strong, the support network has unmatched experience and expertise, and industrial shops are reducing the skills gap because more students are graduating with Mastercam experience.”

If you run a shop, using the most widely used CAD/CAM software is important. You want reliable code to run your machines at maximum performance for precision and efficiency, and you want access to training and support to keep your shop optimized and business growing.

If you work in education, you want to prepare students with skills they can transfer to further education and gainful employment. You appreciate access to extensive training, curriculum, and projects from Mastercam and authorized partner providers.

If you are an individual, using the top CAD/CAM software is important because there is a high demand for skilled workers in manufacturing companies. You can find training and education opportunities to learn Mastercam since it is also the most widely taught, and you can find a job easier with Mastercam skills.

West continues, “Mastercam provides incomparable access and support for shops and programmers. With the largest local Reseller support network of any CAM developer, there is always an expert available to help you get the most benefit from our software.”

Mastercam is developed based on evolving technology, industry trends, and feedback from customers. For more information about Mastercam, please visit https://www.mastercam.com.

* According to CIMdata, Inc. CIMdata is an independent research firm specializing in the NC industry. For more information about CIMdata, visit https://www.cimdata.com.

About CNC Software
Founded in 1983, CNC Software, LLC. is headquartered in Tolland, Connecticut, with corporate offices in China. The company develops Mastercam, a suite of CAD/CAM software created to reduce production time and expense with efficient machining strategies and advanced toolpath technologies like Accelerated Finishing™ and Dynamic Motion™. Mastercam is the world’s #1 CAM software, with more than 284,000 installations in industries such as moldmaking, automotive, medical, aerospace, consumer products, education, and prototyping.  For more information, visit www.mastercam.com.

Contact: Michelle Nemeth
Phone: +1 860.875.5006
Fax: +1 860.872.1565
Michellen@mastercam.com

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SOURCE Mastercam

The above press release was provided courtesy of PRNewswire. The views, opinions and statements in the press release are not endorsed by Gray Media Group nor do they necessarily state or reflect those of Gray Media Group, Inc.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634324395) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(60) "Television Academy Foundation Adds Two to Board of Directors" ["link"]=> string(92) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/television-academy-foundation-adds-two-to-board-of-directors/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:58:33 +0000" ["category"]=> string(71) "Movie Production CompaniesAcademyaddsboardDirectorsFoundationTelevision" ["guid"]=> string(92) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/television-academy-foundation-adds-two-to-board-of-directors/" ["description"]=> string(657) "The Television Academy Foundation named two new members to its board of directors: Nne Ebong, vice president of overall deals for series at Netflix, and Jamila Hunter, executive vice president of programming and development at Freeform. Both have been elected to three-year terms. At Netflix, Ebong leads the development of original series under creative partnerships ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8576) "

The Television Academy Foundation named two new members to its board of directors: Nne Ebong, vice president of overall deals for series at Netflix, and Jamila Hunter, executive vice president of programming and development at Freeform. Both have been elected to three-year terms.

At Netflix, Ebong leads the development of original series under creative partnerships with Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland, Barack and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground Productions and others. She joined Netflix after serving as creative lead at film and television studio Wiip, where she developed and produced projects for cable, streaming and the international marketplace. Her projects at Wiip included HBO’s “The White House Plumbers” and Amazon’s “The Summer I Turned Pretty.” Ebong also developed series such as “Scandal,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” and “American Crime” while heading drama development for ABC Studios from 2013 to 2018.

Ebong’s humanitarian work includes being a “big sister” through The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles. She also mentors for Who’s in the Room, the Time’s Up program aiming to diversify executive and producer positions in entertainment.

Hunter oversees all of Freeform’s scripted and unscripted development and current originals. Previously, she has served as vice president and senior vice president of ABC Comedy, working on such sitcom as “Black-ish” and “Last Man Standing” and overseeing the launch of the rebooted “Roseanne,” which became “The Conners.” She then served as president of Kenya Barris’ production company Khalabo Ink Society before returning to Disney in 2020. She has also held positions in comedy and alternative and digital programming at NBC, Bravo, OWN and 20th Century Fox Television.

Hunter serves on the boards of the Ghetto Film School and HBCU in Los Angeles, which both aim to diversify the talent pipeline. She also works with Women in Film and Arts for L.A. and serves as a peer group advisor for the Television Academy’s executive peer group.

Also in today’s TV news roundup:

FIRST LOOKS

Netflix released a trailer and key art and announced new guest stars for Season 5 of “Big Mouth,” premiering Nov. 5. The animated series follows a group of middle schoolers through the process of puberty, which is represented by different “hormone monsters.” New guest stars include Adam Scott, Jemaine Clement, Kristen Schaal, Kumail Nanjiani and Chloe Fineman. Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett serve as creators and executive producers. See the trailer and art below.

Showtime Sports Documentary Films released a first look at “Passion Play: Russell Westbrook,” premiering on Oct. 15 at 9 p.m. The documentary features exclusive footage and interviews with the NBA player, his family, and his former teammates Kevin Love and Nick Collison among others. Gotham Chopra and Erik LeDrew direct. Executive producers include Westbrook, Chopra for Religion of Sports, Ameeth Sankaran and Donnell Beverly. On behalf of Religion of Sports, Meg Cirillo produces and Rob Ford co-produces. Raynard Westbrook co-produces. Watch the new clip below.

CASTING

Netflix announced Michael O’Neill, Celia Weston and Gable Swanlund have been cast as series regulars in “Echoes,” an upcoming limited series about identical twins named Leni and Gina who regularly swap lives until one of the sisters goes missing. Additionally, Tyner Rushing, Hazel and Ginger Mason, Alise Willis and Maddie Nichols have been cast in recurring guest roles. O’Neill plays Leni and Gina’s father Victor McCleary, while Weston plays Dylan James’ grandmother Georgia Taylor and Swanlund plays Leni and Jack’s daughter Mathilda “Mattie” Beck. Rushing plays Leni and Gina’s mother Maria McCleary with the Masons as young Leni and Gina, Willis as Leni’s best friend and Dylan’s cousin Meg and Nichols as Mattie’s babysitter Natasha. They join previously announced cast members Michelle Monoghan, who plays both Leni and Gina; Matt Bomer; Daniel Sunjata; Ali Stroker; Karen Robinson and Rosanny Zayas. Showrunners Brain Yorkey and Quinton Peeples executive produce alongside creator Vanessa Gazy and Imogen Banks of Endemol Shine Banks Australia.

Starz announced additional recurring cast members that will appear in the upcoming series “Gaslit,” which tells the story of Martha Mitchell’s role in exposing the Watergate scandal. Newly announced cast members include Patton Oswalt as Richard Nixon’s advisor Chuck Colson, Nat Faxon as White House chief of staff Bob Halderman, Erinn Hayes as the Mitchells’ friend Peggy Ebbitt, Patrick Walker as Watergate security guard Frank Willis, Carlos Valdes as FBI agent Paul Magallanes, Raphael Sbarge as John Dean’s attorney Charles N. Shaffer, Chris Conner as Nixon’s right-hand man John Ehrlichman, Diana Oweiss as John Mitchell’s secretary Diana Oweiss, Brian Geraghty as the Mitchells’ security guard Peter, Nelson Franklin as John Dean’s right hand man Dick Moore, Reed Diamond as FBI associate director Mark Felt, Johnny Berchtold as Martha Mitchell’s son Jay Jennings, Adam Ray as White House press secretary Ron Ziegler and Billy Smith as John Mitchell’s friend Ken Ebbitt. They join previously announced cast members Julia Roberts and Sean Penn, who play Martha and John Mitchell, respectively. “Gaslit” is executive produced by creator Robbie Pickering, directors Sam Esmail and Chad Hamilton for Esmail Corp, Roberts for Red Om Films and Gabriel Roth and Josh Levin for Anonymous Content and Slate. UCP produces. Starz executive vice president of original programming Karen Bailey oversees.

LATE NIGHT

Oscar Isaac, Jo Firestone and Alec Benjamin will appear on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

" } ["summary"]=> string(657) "The Television Academy Foundation named two new members to its board of directors: Nne Ebong, vice president of overall deals for series at Netflix, and Jamila Hunter, executive vice president of programming and development at Freeform. Both have been elected to three-year terms. At Netflix, Ebong leads the development of original series under creative partnerships ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(8576) "

The Television Academy Foundation named two new members to its board of directors: Nne Ebong, vice president of overall deals for series at Netflix, and Jamila Hunter, executive vice president of programming and development at Freeform. Both have been elected to three-year terms.

At Netflix, Ebong leads the development of original series under creative partnerships with Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland, Barack and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground Productions and others. She joined Netflix after serving as creative lead at film and television studio Wiip, where she developed and produced projects for cable, streaming and the international marketplace. Her projects at Wiip included HBO’s “The White House Plumbers” and Amazon’s “The Summer I Turned Pretty.” Ebong also developed series such as “Scandal,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” and “American Crime” while heading drama development for ABC Studios from 2013 to 2018.

Ebong’s humanitarian work includes being a “big sister” through The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles. She also mentors for Who’s in the Room, the Time’s Up program aiming to diversify executive and producer positions in entertainment.

Hunter oversees all of Freeform’s scripted and unscripted development and current originals. Previously, she has served as vice president and senior vice president of ABC Comedy, working on such sitcom as “Black-ish” and “Last Man Standing” and overseeing the launch of the rebooted “Roseanne,” which became “The Conners.” She then served as president of Kenya Barris’ production company Khalabo Ink Society before returning to Disney in 2020. She has also held positions in comedy and alternative and digital programming at NBC, Bravo, OWN and 20th Century Fox Television.

Hunter serves on the boards of the Ghetto Film School and HBCU in Los Angeles, which both aim to diversify the talent pipeline. She also works with Women in Film and Arts for L.A. and serves as a peer group advisor for the Television Academy’s executive peer group.

Also in today’s TV news roundup:

FIRST LOOKS

Netflix released a trailer and key art and announced new guest stars for Season 5 of “Big Mouth,” premiering Nov. 5. The animated series follows a group of middle schoolers through the process of puberty, which is represented by different “hormone monsters.” New guest stars include Adam Scott, Jemaine Clement, Kristen Schaal, Kumail Nanjiani and Chloe Fineman. Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett serve as creators and executive producers. See the trailer and art below.

Showtime Sports Documentary Films released a first look at “Passion Play: Russell Westbrook,” premiering on Oct. 15 at 9 p.m. The documentary features exclusive footage and interviews with the NBA player, his family, and his former teammates Kevin Love and Nick Collison among others. Gotham Chopra and Erik LeDrew direct. Executive producers include Westbrook, Chopra for Religion of Sports, Ameeth Sankaran and Donnell Beverly. On behalf of Religion of Sports, Meg Cirillo produces and Rob Ford co-produces. Raynard Westbrook co-produces. Watch the new clip below.

CASTING

Netflix announced Michael O’Neill, Celia Weston and Gable Swanlund have been cast as series regulars in “Echoes,” an upcoming limited series about identical twins named Leni and Gina who regularly swap lives until one of the sisters goes missing. Additionally, Tyner Rushing, Hazel and Ginger Mason, Alise Willis and Maddie Nichols have been cast in recurring guest roles. O’Neill plays Leni and Gina’s father Victor McCleary, while Weston plays Dylan James’ grandmother Georgia Taylor and Swanlund plays Leni and Jack’s daughter Mathilda “Mattie” Beck. Rushing plays Leni and Gina’s mother Maria McCleary with the Masons as young Leni and Gina, Willis as Leni’s best friend and Dylan’s cousin Meg and Nichols as Mattie’s babysitter Natasha. They join previously announced cast members Michelle Monoghan, who plays both Leni and Gina; Matt Bomer; Daniel Sunjata; Ali Stroker; Karen Robinson and Rosanny Zayas. Showrunners Brain Yorkey and Quinton Peeples executive produce alongside creator Vanessa Gazy and Imogen Banks of Endemol Shine Banks Australia.

Starz announced additional recurring cast members that will appear in the upcoming series “Gaslit,” which tells the story of Martha Mitchell’s role in exposing the Watergate scandal. Newly announced cast members include Patton Oswalt as Richard Nixon’s advisor Chuck Colson, Nat Faxon as White House chief of staff Bob Halderman, Erinn Hayes as the Mitchells’ friend Peggy Ebbitt, Patrick Walker as Watergate security guard Frank Willis, Carlos Valdes as FBI agent Paul Magallanes, Raphael Sbarge as John Dean’s attorney Charles N. Shaffer, Chris Conner as Nixon’s right-hand man John Ehrlichman, Diana Oweiss as John Mitchell’s secretary Diana Oweiss, Brian Geraghty as the Mitchells’ security guard Peter, Nelson Franklin as John Dean’s right hand man Dick Moore, Reed Diamond as FBI associate director Mark Felt, Johnny Berchtold as Martha Mitchell’s son Jay Jennings, Adam Ray as White House press secretary Ron Ziegler and Billy Smith as John Mitchell’s friend Ken Ebbitt. They join previously announced cast members Julia Roberts and Sean Penn, who play Martha and John Mitchell, respectively. “Gaslit” is executive produced by creator Robbie Pickering, directors Sam Esmail and Chad Hamilton for Esmail Corp, Roberts for Red Om Films and Gabriel Roth and Josh Levin for Anonymous Content and Slate. UCP produces. Starz executive vice president of original programming Karen Bailey oversees.

LATE NIGHT

Oscar Isaac, Jo Firestone and Alec Benjamin will appear on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634324313) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(58) "One of Jeff Goldblum’s iconic lines happened by accident" ["link"]=> string(87) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/one-of-jeff-goldblums-iconic-lines-happened-by-accident/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:56:08 +0000" ["category"]=> string(66) "Movie Production CompaniesaccidentGoldblumsHappenediconicJefflines" ["guid"]=> string(87) "https://travors.com/2021/10/15/one-of-jeff-goldblums-iconic-lines-happened-by-accident/" ["description"]=> string(630) "When Jurassic Park The film first debuted in 1993, with a film supervised by respected director Steven Spielberg quickly speeding to success. Based on the novel of the same name by fiction writer Michael Crichton, the film won over audiences with prehistoric animals that remember their lives. It just wasn’t Jurassic Park added to the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(10453) "

When Jurassic Park The film first debuted in 1993, with a film supervised by respected director Steven Spielberg quickly speeding to success.

Based on the novel of the same name by fiction writer Michael Crichton, the film won over audiences with prehistoric animals that remember their lives. It just wasn’t Jurassic Park added to the national movie registry, but the movie also made more money than any other movie in history until 1997 Titanic came out and sank Jurassic Parkworld record.

One Jurassic ParkThe best known quotes were those of Jeff Goldblum’s character, Ian Malcolm, who declared, “Life finds its way.” In the real world, during film production, life also found an unusual way to accidentally produce another of Goldblum’s iconic lines.

Jurassic Park was a record movie of its time

RELATED: ‘Jurassic Park’: How Much Are The Original Stars Worth Today?

Per Forbes, the original cost a record $ 104 million to film and produce. Jurassic Park film. T

The hat includes extensive contributions from Crichton’s writer, who wrote the book on which the film was based. Before the publication of the book, Universal and Spielberg acquired the rights Jurassic Park $ 1.5 million, “reports FanSided. Crichton was hired for up to an extra $ 500,000 to include the novel in the script. That means $ 2 million was invested in this story before it was made, which is a lot of money in the early ’90s. “

The film follows John Hammond (actor Richard Attenborough), an inventor who creates a dinosaur theme park in Costa Rica.

Shortly after the park opens, the reptiles in the park flee and chaos ensues. Lawyer Donald Gennaro (Martin Ferrero), mathematician Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), paleontologist Alan Grant (Sam Neill), and paleobotanist Elli Sattler (Laura Dern) quickly arrive at the park.

The rest, as they say, are prehistoric history. And in terms of acting careers, it helped strengthen Goldblum’s role in film history.

Goldblum’s role in the movie / franchise

Jeff Goldblum | Roy Rochlin / Getty Images

RELATED: ‘Jurassic Park’: Where Are The Original Actors Now?

Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm plays a key role not only in the original Jurassic Park but also in its aftermath The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and the future Jurassic World: Dominion.

Throughout the film’s comic, the character has been known to point out flaws in plans, add dry humor to serious moments, and is the pessimistic voice of reason as different characters try to escape chaos (or even try to take advantage of that chaos) .

Goldblum was quickly praised for his role in the film, especially for the many sarcastic advice and phrases he borrowed. His character and the numerous quotes from his character have become synonymous. Jurassic Park Mark.

BBC said the UK erected a 25-foot-tall statue of Goldblum on its 25th anniversary Jurassic Parkdebut. Interestingly, one of his most famous lines in the movie was born by accident.

The crew member inspired one of Goldblum’s most important quotes.

RELATED: All Original ‘Jurassic Park’ Stars Return To ‘Jurassic World 3’ (So Far)

In the movie, Malcolm from Goldcumin and Grant from Neill speak. “I think we’re out of work,” Grant says. “You don’t mean extinction?” Malcolm responds.

That quote was not originally in the film’s script. Instead, it was inspired by a real-life conversation.

Phil Tippett is a visual effects producer. At the time, he used a lot of stop-motion animation, though Jurassic Park I was going down a different path that was new in the 90s: computer-generated imagery. When Spielberg decided to use CGI instead of traditional stop-motion techniques, Media Commons reports that Tippett was concerned about the future of his career.

After looking at the early CGI scene when T. Rex chases the Gallimimus herd, Stephen Spielberg turned to Tippett and said, “You’re out of a job,” to which Tippett replied, “Don’t you mean extinction?” “”, Explains the point of sale.

The producers thought bullying was perfect for the film and the line was added to the discussion of the film with Goldblum and Neill.

Good news for Tippett: Spielberg kept him on the team to give advice to the producers and Tippett’s work Jurassic Park earned him an Oscar. After all, it turns out that life really does find a way.

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One of Jeff Goldblum’s iconic lines happened by accident

" } ["summary"]=> string(630) "When Jurassic Park The film first debuted in 1993, with a film supervised by respected director Steven Spielberg quickly speeding to success. Based on the novel of the same name by fiction writer Michael Crichton, the film won over audiences with prehistoric animals that remember their lives. It just wasn’t Jurassic Park added to the ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(10453) "

When Jurassic Park The film first debuted in 1993, with a film supervised by respected director Steven Spielberg quickly speeding to success.

Based on the novel of the same name by fiction writer Michael Crichton, the film won over audiences with prehistoric animals that remember their lives. It just wasn’t Jurassic Park added to the national movie registry, but the movie also made more money than any other movie in history until 1997 Titanic came out and sank Jurassic Parkworld record.

One Jurassic ParkThe best known quotes were those of Jeff Goldblum’s character, Ian Malcolm, who declared, “Life finds its way.” In the real world, during film production, life also found an unusual way to accidentally produce another of Goldblum’s iconic lines.

Jurassic Park was a record movie of its time

RELATED: ‘Jurassic Park’: How Much Are The Original Stars Worth Today?

Per Forbes, the original cost a record $ 104 million to film and produce. Jurassic Park film. T

The hat includes extensive contributions from Crichton’s writer, who wrote the book on which the film was based. Before the publication of the book, Universal and Spielberg acquired the rights Jurassic Park $ 1.5 million, “reports FanSided. Crichton was hired for up to an extra $ 500,000 to include the novel in the script. That means $ 2 million was invested in this story before it was made, which is a lot of money in the early ’90s. “

The film follows John Hammond (actor Richard Attenborough), an inventor who creates a dinosaur theme park in Costa Rica.

Shortly after the park opens, the reptiles in the park flee and chaos ensues. Lawyer Donald Gennaro (Martin Ferrero), mathematician Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), paleontologist Alan Grant (Sam Neill), and paleobotanist Elli Sattler (Laura Dern) quickly arrive at the park.

The rest, as they say, are prehistoric history. And in terms of acting careers, it helped strengthen Goldblum’s role in film history.

Goldblum’s role in the movie / franchise

Jeff Goldblum | Roy Rochlin / Getty Images

RELATED: ‘Jurassic Park’: Where Are The Original Actors Now?

Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm plays a key role not only in the original Jurassic Park but also in its aftermath The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and the future Jurassic World: Dominion.

Throughout the film’s comic, the character has been known to point out flaws in plans, add dry humor to serious moments, and is the pessimistic voice of reason as different characters try to escape chaos (or even try to take advantage of that chaos) .

Goldblum was quickly praised for his role in the film, especially for the many sarcastic advice and phrases he borrowed. His character and the numerous quotes from his character have become synonymous. Jurassic Park Mark.

BBC said the UK erected a 25-foot-tall statue of Goldblum on its 25th anniversary Jurassic Parkdebut. Interestingly, one of his most famous lines in the movie was born by accident.

The crew member inspired one of Goldblum’s most important quotes.

RELATED: All Original ‘Jurassic Park’ Stars Return To ‘Jurassic World 3’ (So Far)

In the movie, Malcolm from Goldcumin and Grant from Neill speak. “I think we’re out of work,” Grant says. “You don’t mean extinction?” Malcolm responds.

That quote was not originally in the film’s script. Instead, it was inspired by a real-life conversation.

Phil Tippett is a visual effects producer. At the time, he used a lot of stop-motion animation, though Jurassic Park I was going down a different path that was new in the 90s: computer-generated imagery. When Spielberg decided to use CGI instead of traditional stop-motion techniques, Media Commons reports that Tippett was concerned about the future of his career.

After looking at the early CGI scene when T. Rex chases the Gallimimus herd, Stephen Spielberg turned to Tippett and said, “You’re out of a job,” to which Tippett replied, “Don’t you mean extinction?” “”, Explains the point of sale.

The producers thought bullying was perfect for the film and the line was added to the discussion of the film with Goldblum and Neill.

Good news for Tippett: Spielberg kept him on the team to give advice to the producers and Tippett’s work Jurassic Park earned him an Oscar. After all, it turns out that life really does find a way.

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