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Robert Duvall and Robert Downey Jr., two generations facing each other in Judge, de David Dobkin

A duel of first-rate actors. Robert Duvall and Robert Downey Jr. play father and son in Judge, a drama directed by David Dobkin in which both actors are put to the test. El Cultural has spoken with the director and with Downey Jr., who is also producing the film.

Protagonist of the sagas Iron Man and Sherlock Holmes, Robert Downey Jr. earned 75 million dollars in 2013. Perhaps some have forgotten that in addition to the most emblematic face of the blockbuster multiroom was once one of the most talented actors of his generation with titles like Blow to the American dream (1987), cross lives (1993) the Natural Born Killers (1994). Judge, produced by Downey himself with his wife, means above all a personal project in which he measures himself with Robert Duvall to remind us that in addition to superhero movies (another of the Avengers and the new Captain America) is also a dramatic actor with the will to make films whose claim is not special effects. And in this sense, Judge, in which he plays a new rich lawyer who has lost his soul along the way and must face the murder defense of his own father, a venerable provincial judge of unbreakable values, it is a pure exercise of academicism in which everything is put at the service of actors who represent the eternal generational conflict.

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The film is based on an original story by David Dobkin, to date one of the most successful comedy directors mainstream What From wedding to wedding (2005) the The Change (2011), launched into the same operation ?? prestige ??: These films are very difficult to make within the studio system and the key to their success was Downey’s support. It is a story that I began to concoct when my father had cancer and I began to consider my relationship with him. He was an immigrant, he worked hard and managed to earn a pretty good living but there was that moment when I was having a lot of success and I proudly told him how much money I had made in recent months. I realized that he disliked that. The relationship with parents is an issue that concerns everyone and both Robert and Susan (producer) also contributed autobiographical elements to the story ??, he tells El Cultural in a meeting in Los Angeles with Downey Jr. ?? movie is called Judge??, adds the actor and producer, ?? because it deals with the way we judge others and ourselves. The figure of the father acts as a mirror for the protagonist, in this sense Duvall is the perfect actor because he is the last person you would want to face in a courtroom, he is like a mountain. On the other hand, it happens with our parents that we are terrified to look like them and we do not want to see them because we realize that we have even taken their defects further ??.

Judge It starts when Duvall is left a widower and is involved in the mysterious death of an old ?? victim ?? of their sentences. His own son, a ?? shark ?? From the courts accustomed to all legal tricks, he will defend you by serving the clash of values ​​on a platter. Dobkin vindicates his origins as a theater director and in that desire to create a? Classic? Film. has been influenced by teachersI saw a Stanley Kubrick photo exhibit where each photo tells the whole movie. That is why we create a double dimension in each scene, it is about the conflict between father and son always being present ??.

Hurricanes that refer to The Quiet Man or cataracts in the background reminiscent of underground emotional turbulence, Judge It is a character film: ?? That does not mean that I wanted to make a film with a ‘very present’ direction. There is a great effort in the composition so that it is not noticed much because the base was always Robert and Robert??, concludes the filmmaker.

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Robert (Downey) vs Robert (Duvall)

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Robert Duvall and Robert Downey Jr., two generations facing each other in Judge, de David Dobkin

A duel of first-rate actors. Robert Duvall and Robert Downey Jr. play father and son in Judge, a drama directed by David Dobkin in which both actors are put to the test. El Cultural has spoken with the director and with Downey Jr., who is also producing the film.

Protagonist of the sagas Iron Man and Sherlock Holmes, Robert Downey Jr. earned 75 million dollars in 2013. Perhaps some have forgotten that in addition to the most emblematic face of the blockbuster multiroom was once one of the most talented actors of his generation with titles like Blow to the American dream (1987), cross lives (1993) the Natural Born Killers (1994). Judge, produced by Downey himself with his wife, means above all a personal project in which he measures himself with Robert Duvall to remind us that in addition to superhero movies (another of the Avengers and the new Captain America) is also a dramatic actor with the will to make films whose claim is not special effects. And in this sense, Judge, in which he plays a new rich lawyer who has lost his soul along the way and must face the murder defense of his own father, a venerable provincial judge of unbreakable values, it is a pure exercise of academicism in which everything is put at the service of actors who represent the eternal generational conflict.

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The film is based on an original story by David Dobkin, to date one of the most successful comedy directors mainstream What From wedding to wedding (2005) the The Change (2011), launched into the same operation ?? prestige ??: These films are very difficult to make within the studio system and the key to their success was Downey’s support. It is a story that I began to concoct when my father had cancer and I began to consider my relationship with him. He was an immigrant, he worked hard and managed to earn a pretty good living but there was that moment when I was having a lot of success and I proudly told him how much money I had made in recent months. I realized that he disliked that. The relationship with parents is an issue that concerns everyone and both Robert and Susan (producer) also contributed autobiographical elements to the story ??, he tells El Cultural in a meeting in Los Angeles with Downey Jr. ?? movie is called Judge??, adds the actor and producer, ?? because it deals with the way we judge others and ourselves. The figure of the father acts as a mirror for the protagonist, in this sense Duvall is the perfect actor because he is the last person you would want to face in a courtroom, he is like a mountain. On the other hand, it happens with our parents that we are terrified to look like them and we do not want to see them because we realize that we have even taken their defects further ??.

Judge It starts when Duvall is left a widower and is involved in the mysterious death of an old ?? victim ?? of their sentences. His own son, a ?? shark ?? From the courts accustomed to all legal tricks, he will defend you by serving the clash of values ​​on a platter. Dobkin vindicates his origins as a theater director and in that desire to create a? Classic? Film. has been influenced by teachersI saw a Stanley Kubrick photo exhibit where each photo tells the whole movie. That is why we create a double dimension in each scene, it is about the conflict between father and son always being present ??.

Hurricanes that refer to The Quiet Man or cataracts in the background reminiscent of underground emotional turbulence, Judge It is a character film: ?? That does not mean that I wanted to make a film with a ‘very present’ direction. There is a great effort in the composition so that it is not noticed much because the base was always Robert and Robert??, concludes the filmmaker.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Robert (Downey) vs Robert (Duvall)

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634415182) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(74) "Opposition parties to ‘stand aside’ out of respect for Sir David Amess" ["link"]=> string(94) "https://redhatbeauty.com/opposition-parties-to-stand-aside-out-of-respect-for-sir-david-amess/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 20:09:32 +0000" ["category"]=> string(52) "Movie NewsAmessDavidOppositionPartiesRespectSirstand" ["guid"]=> string(94) "https://redhatbeauty.com/opposition-parties-to-stand-aside-out-of-respect-for-sir-david-amess/" ["description"]=> string(671) "A Labour peer called for the move to ‘honour’ the murdered Conservative MP (Pictures: PA/AP) A Labour peer has called on the major opposition parties to ‘stand aside’ in the Southend West by-election out of respect for Sir David Amess after he was murdered serving his constituents. Former minister Lord Pendry, who said he was ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7758) "
A Labour peer called for the move to ‘honour’ the murdered Conservative MP (Pictures: PA/AP)

A Labour peer has called on the major opposition parties to ‘stand aside’ in the Southend West by-election out of respect for Sir David Amess after he was murdered serving his constituents.

Former minister Lord Pendry, who said he was on friendly terms with Sir David, said a decision not to contest the seat should be taken to ‘honour’ the Conservative MP.

He said: ‘This is an occasion when you see the leader of the Opposition (Sir Keir Starmer) and the Prime Minister together, and it shows that our democracy transcends all that sort of thing.

‘I think we should be saying that whoever the Conservatives put up, it is their seat because they were deprived of it, so they should have it back. I think all the major parties should stand aside in the interest of democracy and our own democratic way of life.’

It is understood that Labour will not be standing a candidate in the by-election.

The party is set to follow the principle established after Jo Cox’s murder in 2016, when the major parties declined to select candidates in the subsequent Batley and Spen by-election.

The Liberal Democrats have also confirmed they will not fight for the seat when a date is set.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, right, and Leader of the Labour Party Keir Starmer carry flowers as they arrive at the scene where a member of Parliament was stabbed Friday, in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, England, Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021. David Amess, a long-serving member of Parliament was stabbed to death during a meeting with constituents at a church in Leigh-on-Sea on Friday, in what police said was a terrorist incident. A 25-year-old man was arrested in connection with the attack, which united Britain's fractious politicians in shock and sorrow. (AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali)

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer lay flowers in Leigh-on-Sea (Picture: AP)

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 15: The union flag flies at half mast in Downing Street on October 15, 2021 in London, England. Sir David Amess, 69, Conservative MP for Southend West, has died from his injuries after being stabbed multiple times at his constituency surgery taking place in Belfair Methodist Church. A man was arrested at the scene. (Photo by Ricky Vigil/Getty Images)

The union flag flies at half mast in Downing Street (Picture: Getty)

Senior politicians from all political parties paid tribute to Sir David and flags on government buildings and outside Parliament were flown at half-mast.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Sir David Amess was ‘one of the kindest, nicest, most gentle people in politics’.

Speaking on Friday evening, Mr Johnson said: ‘I think all our hearts are full of shock and sadness today at the loss of Sir David Amess MP, who was killed in his constituency surgery in a church after almost 40 years of continuous service to the people of Essex and the whole of the United Kingdom.’

He added: ‘David was a man who believed passionately in this country and in its future.

‘And we’ve lost today a fine public servant and a much-loved friend and colleague, and our thoughts are very much today with his wife, his children, and his family.’

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Sir Keir said it was a ‘dark and shocking day’, adding: ‘My heart goes out to David’s wife and children, his staff, friends and constituents.

‘This is a dark and shocking day. The whole country will feel it acutely, perhaps the more so because we have, heartbreakingly, been here before.’

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey tweeted: ‘This is tragic and horrible news. My thoughts are with David’s wife and children, the wider family, friends and David’s community.

‘A truly terrible day for British politics but most importantly of all our prayers are with all the people who loved David.’

Get in touch with our news team by emailing us at webnews@metro.co.uk.

For more stories like this, check our news page.

" } ["summary"]=> string(671) "A Labour peer called for the move to ‘honour’ the murdered Conservative MP (Pictures: PA/AP) A Labour peer has called on the major opposition parties to ‘stand aside’ in the Southend West by-election out of respect for Sir David Amess after he was murdered serving his constituents. Former minister Lord Pendry, who said he was ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7758) "
A Labour peer called for the move to ‘honour’ the murdered Conservative MP (Pictures: PA/AP)

A Labour peer has called on the major opposition parties to ‘stand aside’ in the Southend West by-election out of respect for Sir David Amess after he was murdered serving his constituents.

Former minister Lord Pendry, who said he was on friendly terms with Sir David, said a decision not to contest the seat should be taken to ‘honour’ the Conservative MP.

He said: ‘This is an occasion when you see the leader of the Opposition (Sir Keir Starmer) and the Prime Minister together, and it shows that our democracy transcends all that sort of thing.

‘I think we should be saying that whoever the Conservatives put up, it is their seat because they were deprived of it, so they should have it back. I think all the major parties should stand aside in the interest of democracy and our own democratic way of life.’

It is understood that Labour will not be standing a candidate in the by-election.

The party is set to follow the principle established after Jo Cox’s murder in 2016, when the major parties declined to select candidates in the subsequent Batley and Spen by-election.

The Liberal Democrats have also confirmed they will not fight for the seat when a date is set.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, right, and Leader of the Labour Party Keir Starmer carry flowers as they arrive at the scene where a member of Parliament was stabbed Friday, in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, England, Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021. David Amess, a long-serving member of Parliament was stabbed to death during a meeting with constituents at a church in Leigh-on-Sea on Friday, in what police said was a terrorist incident. A 25-year-old man was arrested in connection with the attack, which united Britain's fractious politicians in shock and sorrow. (AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali)

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer lay flowers in Leigh-on-Sea (Picture: AP)

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 15: The union flag flies at half mast in Downing Street on October 15, 2021 in London, England. Sir David Amess, 69, Conservative MP for Southend West, has died from his injuries after being stabbed multiple times at his constituency surgery taking place in Belfair Methodist Church. A man was arrested at the scene. (Photo by Ricky Vigil/Getty Images)

The union flag flies at half mast in Downing Street (Picture: Getty)

Senior politicians from all political parties paid tribute to Sir David and flags on government buildings and outside Parliament were flown at half-mast.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Sir David Amess was ‘one of the kindest, nicest, most gentle people in politics’.

Speaking on Friday evening, Mr Johnson said: ‘I think all our hearts are full of shock and sadness today at the loss of Sir David Amess MP, who was killed in his constituency surgery in a church after almost 40 years of continuous service to the people of Essex and the whole of the United Kingdom.’

He added: ‘David was a man who believed passionately in this country and in its future.

‘And we’ve lost today a fine public servant and a much-loved friend and colleague, and our thoughts are very much today with his wife, his children, and his family.’

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Sir Keir said it was a ‘dark and shocking day’, adding: ‘My heart goes out to David’s wife and children, his staff, friends and constituents.

‘This is a dark and shocking day. The whole country will feel it acutely, perhaps the more so because we have, heartbreakingly, been here before.’

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey tweeted: ‘This is tragic and horrible news. My thoughts are with David’s wife and children, the wider family, friends and David’s community.

‘A truly terrible day for British politics but most importantly of all our prayers are with all the people who loved David.’

Get in touch with our news team by emailing us at webnews@metro.co.uk.

For more stories like this, check our news page.

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The first weekend of the Venice Film Festival has left impressive looks. Celebrities such as Zendaya, Ester Exposito or Kristen Stewart have dazzled on the red carpet of the 78th edition of the Mostra with very different outfits that have caused a sensation due to their sensuality and originality.

Ester Exposito has become one of the great protagonists with a spectacular look signed by Versace. The actress caught all eyes when she arrived at the film contest in a lime green dress with spaghetti straps, a sweetheart neckline and a mermaid silhouette that highlighted her curves. A garment that played with lace and transparencies and that had in the lower part of the skirt full of feathers. The Madrilenian wore the design with a smooth XXL hair and High Jewelery pieces from Bvlgari.

Ester Exposito on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

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Zendaya has undoubtedly been one of the most daring guests at the Mostra. The protagonist of ‘Euphoria’ left speechless on the red carpet with this striking and suggestive design by Balmain, in nude color and wet effect. The house’s own creative director, Olivier Rousteing, created this garment using a molded model of the young woman’s chest, which perfectly defended this fitted draped dress and slit in the skirt. Zendaya completed the look with jewelry from Bvlgari.

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Zendaya on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

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Penelope Cruz triumphed again at the Venice Film Festival with a new look by Chanel, her signature signature. The actress dressed as a wedding in a white asymmetrical design with beaded details on the neckline and ruffles on the skirt, which also has a side slit. A great success, her hair gathered in a high ballerina bun to give prominence to the dress.

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Penelope Cruz on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

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Kristen Stewart also chose Chanel to succeed on the red carpet. The ‘Spencer’ actress, who has surprised in Venice with her new strawberry blonde hair, made an impact with a lingerie set, in aqua green, consisting of a lingerie top and skinny pants with matching overskirt and black maxi bow. The young woman completed the look with white pumps and her wavy hair.

Vertical

Kristen Stewart on the Venice Film Festival red carpet)

Vittorio Zunino Celotto / Getty

Anya Taylor-Joy did not leave indifferent with this Barbie-inspired look. The protagonist of ‘Gambit de Dama’ was right with a satin fuchsia pink design with a square neckline, short sleeves and maxi bow detail. A Dior Haute Couture style that finished off with a striking headdress with a net.

Vertical

Anya Taylor-Joy on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

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Antonio Banderas opted for a black suit that he wore with a shirt of the same tone for a more informal style.

Vertical

Antonio Banderas on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

ETTORE FERRARI / EFE

Dakota Johnson fell into sheer fashion with a striking Gucci design full of crystal fringes. An embroidered tulle dress with beaded details and a ‘v’ neckline that she wore with transparent sandals and her loose, slightly wavy hair.

Vertical

Dakota Johnson on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

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Timothée Chalamet opted for a very different black ‘total look’, with a velvet sweater and trousers full of sequins.

Vertical

Timothée Chalamet on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

Joel C Ryan / AP

Jessica Chastain dared with sequins in this ‘Old Hollywood’ style dress from Versace. The actress was beaming in a red design with a strapless neckline and a straight skirt.

Vertical

Jessica Chastain on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

ETTORE FERRARI / EFE

Adriana Lima wasted sensuality with a golden Etro dress, with embroidered crystals, cascades of fringes and openings at the waist. The former Victoria’s Secret angel also joined the trend for straight XXL hair.

Vertical

Adriana Lima on the Venice Film Festival red carpet

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Barbara Palvin was another of the guests who caused a sensation with an original floral jumpsuit with a ‘halter’ neck, one of the most flattering, and a backless Giorgio Armani. A piece that she wore with her hair gathered in a braid.

Vertical

Barbara Palvin on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival)

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From Ester Exposito to Zendaya, the most outstanding looks of the first weekend of the Venice Film Festival

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The first weekend of the Venice Film Festival has left impressive looks. Celebrities such as Zendaya, Ester Exposito or Kristen Stewart have dazzled on the red carpet of the 78th edition of the Mostra with very different outfits that have caused a sensation due to their sensuality and originality.

Ester Exposito has become one of the great protagonists with a spectacular look signed by Versace. The actress caught all eyes when she arrived at the film contest in a lime green dress with spaghetti straps, a sweetheart neckline and a mermaid silhouette that highlighted her curves. A garment that played with lace and transparencies and that had in the lower part of the skirt full of feathers. The Madrilenian wore the design with a smooth XXL hair and High Jewelery pieces from Bvlgari.

Ester Exposito on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

ETTORE FERRARI / EFE

Zendaya has undoubtedly been one of the most daring guests at the Mostra. The protagonist of ‘Euphoria’ left speechless on the red carpet with this striking and suggestive design by Balmain, in nude color and wet effect. The house’s own creative director, Olivier Rousteing, created this garment using a molded model of the young woman’s chest, which perfectly defended this fitted draped dress and slit in the skirt. Zendaya completed the look with jewelry from Bvlgari.

Vertical

Zendaya on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

ETTORE FERRARI / EFE

Penelope Cruz triumphed again at the Venice Film Festival with a new look by Chanel, her signature signature. The actress dressed as a wedding in a white asymmetrical design with beaded details on the neckline and ruffles on the skirt, which also has a side slit. A great success, her hair gathered in a high ballerina bun to give prominence to the dress.

Vertical

Penelope Cruz on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

MIGUEL MEDINA / AFP

Kristen Stewart also chose Chanel to succeed on the red carpet. The ‘Spencer’ actress, who has surprised in Venice with her new strawberry blonde hair, made an impact with a lingerie set, in aqua green, consisting of a lingerie top and skinny pants with matching overskirt and black maxi bow. The young woman completed the look with white pumps and her wavy hair.

Vertical

Kristen Stewart on the Venice Film Festival red carpet)

Vittorio Zunino Celotto / Getty

Anya Taylor-Joy did not leave indifferent with this Barbie-inspired look. The protagonist of ‘Gambit de Dama’ was right with a satin fuchsia pink design with a square neckline, short sleeves and maxi bow detail. A Dior Haute Couture style that finished off with a striking headdress with a net.

Vertical

Anya Taylor-Joy on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

Vittorio Zunino Celotto / Getty

Antonio Banderas opted for a black suit that he wore with a shirt of the same tone for a more informal style.

Vertical

Antonio Banderas on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

ETTORE FERRARI / EFE

Dakota Johnson fell into sheer fashion with a striking Gucci design full of crystal fringes. An embroidered tulle dress with beaded details and a ‘v’ neckline that she wore with transparent sandals and her loose, slightly wavy hair.

Vertical

Dakota Johnson on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

MIGUEL MEDINA / AFP

Timothée Chalamet opted for a very different black ‘total look’, with a velvet sweater and trousers full of sequins.

Vertical

Timothée Chalamet on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

Joel C Ryan / AP

Jessica Chastain dared with sequins in this ‘Old Hollywood’ style dress from Versace. The actress was beaming in a red design with a strapless neckline and a straight skirt.

Vertical

Jessica Chastain on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival

ETTORE FERRARI / EFE

Adriana Lima wasted sensuality with a golden Etro dress, with embroidered crystals, cascades of fringes and openings at the waist. The former Victoria’s Secret angel also joined the trend for straight XXL hair.

Vertical

Adriana Lima on the Venice Film Festival red carpet

YARA NARDI / Reuters

Barbara Palvin was another of the guests who caused a sensation with an original floral jumpsuit with a ‘halter’ neck, one of the most flattering, and a backless Giorgio Armani. A piece that she wore with her hair gathered in a braid.

Vertical

Barbara Palvin on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival)

MIGUEL MEDINA / AFP

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
From Ester Exposito to Zendaya, the most outstanding looks of the first weekend of the Venice Film Festival

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634414888) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(110) "‘The Batman’: According to rumors, Robert Pattinson has been drunk on the set and has caused many problems" ["link"]=> string(128) "https://redhatbeauty.com/the-batman-according-to-rumors-robert-pattinson-has-been-drunk-on-the-set-and-has-caused-many-problems/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 20:06:28 +0000" ["category"]=> string(156) "Movie Production CompaniesactorsactressesbatmanBillboardCausedDrunkFilmsframesmoviesPattinsonphotosproblemsRobertrumorssetStarstrailersvideosWhowill quarter" ["guid"]=> string(128) "https://redhatbeauty.com/the-batman-according-to-rumors-robert-pattinson-has-been-drunk-on-the-set-and-has-caused-many-problems/" ["description"]=> string(762) "From the filming of ‘The Batman’ come new, very disturbing rumors about Robert Pattinson’s behavior on set, including sex in the Batmobile and showing up drunk to work. The We Got This Covered medium picks up the news, although it does not give names or point to a reliable source, but it seems that it ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4652) "

From the filming of ‘The Batman’ come new, very disturbing rumors about Robert Pattinson’s behavior on set, including sex in the Batmobile and showing up drunk to work. The We Got This Covered medium picks up the news, although it does not give names or point to a reliable source, but it seems that it is not easy to work with the ‘Twilight’ actor, who sometimes even refuses to shoot his scenes or arrives too drunk.

From Bounding Into Comics they also add that the rumors would come directly from a member of the film’s staff, who would have spoken with the youtuber Doomcock. If what the source says is true, set workers found Pattinson and Zoë Kravitz having sex in one of the production’s batmobiles and there is a videotape to prove it. What’s more, Kravitz would have become pregnant with her co-star and both will be having a romantic relationship that is delaying and damaging the filming plan. The source affirms that Warner Bros. would have pressured Matt Reeves so that, despite Pattinson, he finished the film on time, since replacing him would cost a lot of money, and that executives of the production company had a chat by zoom with the protagonist of the film that he almost ended up screaming. In fact, Warner has allegedly sent someone to the set to monitor Pattinson’s behavior, as to top it off the studio has had to spend a lot of time and money digitizing the actor and matching his appearance to the superhero costume, because he lost by I complete the form after falling ill with COVID and has done nothing to get it back for the raccord.

Although the rumors have emerged in small internet media, Gary J. Tunnicliffe, director, actor and makeup artist, said on the Midnight Edge program ‘In the Morning’ that he had contacts who had told him of a strong tension between Pattinson and Reeves, Getting to assure him that the filming did not stop because the actor had been infected with coronavirus, being all a supposed smokescreen to cover the behavioral problems he was having on set. Anyway we insist that we take these comments as rumors that could be just an attempt to discredit the ‘Tenet’ actor.

What is clear

What we do know from real and reliable sources is that the shooting, which just ended, has been extremely tough and that Pattinson is amused by the idea that it could ruin the movie. Reeves has shared an image on his Instagram account to celebrate the last day on set.

‘The Batman’, to be released on March 4, 2022It is not an origin story of the DC hero, but the story of his early years saving Gotham, of how Bruce Wayne had to master his fear and master himself to become Batman. Joining Pattinson and Kravitz as Catwoman are Colin Farrell as The Penguin, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon, Peter Sarsgaard as District Attorney Gil Colson, Jayme Lawson as Bella Reál and Andy Serkis as Alfred.

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‘The Batman’: According to rumors, Robert Pattinson has been drunk on the set and has caused many problems

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From the filming of ‘The Batman’ come new, very disturbing rumors about Robert Pattinson’s behavior on set, including sex in the Batmobile and showing up drunk to work. The We Got This Covered medium picks up the news, although it does not give names or point to a reliable source, but it seems that it is not easy to work with the ‘Twilight’ actor, who sometimes even refuses to shoot his scenes or arrives too drunk.

From Bounding Into Comics they also add that the rumors would come directly from a member of the film’s staff, who would have spoken with the youtuber Doomcock. If what the source says is true, set workers found Pattinson and Zoë Kravitz having sex in one of the production’s batmobiles and there is a videotape to prove it. What’s more, Kravitz would have become pregnant with her co-star and both will be having a romantic relationship that is delaying and damaging the filming plan. The source affirms that Warner Bros. would have pressured Matt Reeves so that, despite Pattinson, he finished the film on time, since replacing him would cost a lot of money, and that executives of the production company had a chat by zoom with the protagonist of the film that he almost ended up screaming. In fact, Warner has allegedly sent someone to the set to monitor Pattinson’s behavior, as to top it off the studio has had to spend a lot of time and money digitizing the actor and matching his appearance to the superhero costume, because he lost by I complete the form after falling ill with COVID and has done nothing to get it back for the raccord.

Although the rumors have emerged in small internet media, Gary J. Tunnicliffe, director, actor and makeup artist, said on the Midnight Edge program ‘In the Morning’ that he had contacts who had told him of a strong tension between Pattinson and Reeves, Getting to assure him that the filming did not stop because the actor had been infected with coronavirus, being all a supposed smokescreen to cover the behavioral problems he was having on set. Anyway we insist that we take these comments as rumors that could be just an attempt to discredit the ‘Tenet’ actor.

What is clear

What we do know from real and reliable sources is that the shooting, which just ended, has been extremely tough and that Pattinson is amused by the idea that it could ruin the movie. Reeves has shared an image on his Instagram account to celebrate the last day on set.

‘The Batman’, to be released on March 4, 2022It is not an origin story of the DC hero, but the story of his early years saving Gotham, of how Bruce Wayne had to master his fear and master himself to become Batman. Joining Pattinson and Kravitz as Catwoman are Colin Farrell as The Penguin, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon, Peter Sarsgaard as District Attorney Gil Colson, Jayme Lawson as Bella Reál and Andy Serkis as Alfred.

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‘The Batman’: According to rumors, Robert Pattinson has been drunk on the set and has caused many problems

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The wait for the new episodes of ‘Evil’ is over. On October 18 the second season opens on SYFY and, if you want to be up to date, we will remind you where everything left off at the end of the first, and what you should know if you are curious to take a look at the horror series created by Robert and Michelle King.

By Marina Such – 15 Oct 2021

Is there Evil with capital letters, or are there only people who do evil things? On that question rests all Evil, the series with which Robert y Michelle King they left the courts of The Good Fight and they got into the offices of the Catholic Church where it is decided if one of its parishioners is possessed by the devil and, therefore, it is necessary to practice an exorcism.

The first season mixed The Exorcist with File X and with the particular sense of humor that the Kings print to all their series, and managed to gain a loyal audience that has been waiting like rain in May for its second season. This premieres at SYFY Spain next Monday and it is a great moment, too, for those who have not seen it yet to jump on the bandwagon. This is all you need to know.

The protagonists of ‘Evil’

The main characters in the series are three. On the one hand, we have David (Mike Colter), a seminarian who is commissioned by the Church investigate cases of potential demonic possessions. He has the help of Ben (Aasif Mandvi), who uses technology to see if there may be another explanation, and Kristen (Katja Herbers), a forensic psychologist who is very skeptical of the whole issue, whose job is to diagnose whether these people suffer. some mental disorder.

The three always end up facing the machinations of Leland Townsend (Michael Emerson), another psychologist who often testifies against Kristen at trials and who, perhaps, could represent the devil himself.

Michael Emerson is the main antagonist in ‘Evil’.

During the first season, Leland is dedicated to finding a way to infiltrate Kristen’s life. She has four daughters and a husband who is dedicated to mountaineering and spends long periods away from home, so it is her mother (Christine Lahti) who sometimes helps her out by taking care of the girls. It will be precisely Kristen’s mother Leland’s target, taking advantage of the fact that their relationship can be a bit complicated.

Where we stayed in the first season

The relationship between Kristen and David is becoming one of the most important aspects of the series. There is an obvious attraction between the two that they fight against because of Kristen’s family situation and because David is about to be ordained a priest. What’s more, he has visions in which he hears the voice of God and strange symbols also appear that could indicate the presence of the Devil among humans. Or are they hallucinations from the drugs you take to sleep?

Mike Colter, Katja Herbers and Aasif Mandvi, in the second season of 'Evil'.
Mike Colter, Katja Herbers and Aasif Mandvi, in the second season of ‘Evil’.

The episodes close by taking up the case with which they were opened, that of a man, convicted of several murders, who is released from prison due to problems in the trial and who, since then, has represented a threat to Kristen and her family. Is it run by Leland? Are you really possessed? Kristen decides to be the one who puts an end to the situation and the last chapter leaves us wondering if he has been able to kill him.

What awaits us in the second season

The possibility that Kristen is tempted by her dark side is one of the themes that will touch the new episodes of Evil. You can focus on it the debate that the Kings want to have in the series about the nature of Evil. In addition, Leland is not the great villain that he seemed at first and it is possible that there is a plot around him that has barely been scratched the surface, while David will continue with his doubts and with the memory of his past as the date approaches. of their ordination.

The cases of possible possessions will continue to drive the season, cases in which it is possible, at the very least, to generate concern and in which the more contemporary aspects are not neglected, such as evil apparitions in video game environments or possessions dating back to shocking recent historical events.

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Here’s what you need to know about ‘Evil’ if you want to get hooked on season two

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The wait for the new episodes of ‘Evil’ is over. On October 18 the second season opens on SYFY and, if you want to be up to date, we will remind you where everything left off at the end of the first, and what you should know if you are curious to take a look at the horror series created by Robert and Michelle King.

By Marina Such – 15 Oct 2021

Is there Evil with capital letters, or are there only people who do evil things? On that question rests all Evil, the series with which Robert y Michelle King they left the courts of The Good Fight and they got into the offices of the Catholic Church where it is decided if one of its parishioners is possessed by the devil and, therefore, it is necessary to practice an exorcism.

The first season mixed The Exorcist with File X and with the particular sense of humor that the Kings print to all their series, and managed to gain a loyal audience that has been waiting like rain in May for its second season. This premieres at SYFY Spain next Monday and it is a great moment, too, for those who have not seen it yet to jump on the bandwagon. This is all you need to know.

The protagonists of ‘Evil’

The main characters in the series are three. On the one hand, we have David (Mike Colter), a seminarian who is commissioned by the Church investigate cases of potential demonic possessions. He has the help of Ben (Aasif Mandvi), who uses technology to see if there may be another explanation, and Kristen (Katja Herbers), a forensic psychologist who is very skeptical of the whole issue, whose job is to diagnose whether these people suffer. some mental disorder.

The three always end up facing the machinations of Leland Townsend (Michael Emerson), another psychologist who often testifies against Kristen at trials and who, perhaps, could represent the devil himself.

Michael Emerson is the main antagonist in ‘Evil’.

During the first season, Leland is dedicated to finding a way to infiltrate Kristen’s life. She has four daughters and a husband who is dedicated to mountaineering and spends long periods away from home, so it is her mother (Christine Lahti) who sometimes helps her out by taking care of the girls. It will be precisely Kristen’s mother Leland’s target, taking advantage of the fact that their relationship can be a bit complicated.

Where we stayed in the first season

The relationship between Kristen and David is becoming one of the most important aspects of the series. There is an obvious attraction between the two that they fight against because of Kristen’s family situation and because David is about to be ordained a priest. What’s more, he has visions in which he hears the voice of God and strange symbols also appear that could indicate the presence of the Devil among humans. Or are they hallucinations from the drugs you take to sleep?

Mike Colter, Katja Herbers and Aasif Mandvi, in the second season of 'Evil'.
Mike Colter, Katja Herbers and Aasif Mandvi, in the second season of ‘Evil’.

The episodes close by taking up the case with which they were opened, that of a man, convicted of several murders, who is released from prison due to problems in the trial and who, since then, has represented a threat to Kristen and her family. Is it run by Leland? Are you really possessed? Kristen decides to be the one who puts an end to the situation and the last chapter leaves us wondering if he has been able to kill him.

What awaits us in the second season

The possibility that Kristen is tempted by her dark side is one of the themes that will touch the new episodes of Evil. You can focus on it the debate that the Kings want to have in the series about the nature of Evil. In addition, Leland is not the great villain that he seemed at first and it is possible that there is a plot around him that has barely been scratched the surface, while David will continue with his doubts and with the memory of his past as the date approaches. of their ordination.

The cases of possible possessions will continue to drive the season, cases in which it is possible, at the very least, to generate concern and in which the more contemporary aspects are not neglected, such as evil apparitions in video game environments or possessions dating back to shocking recent historical events.

.

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Here’s what you need to know about ‘Evil’ if you want to get hooked on season two

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s post-credits transported Venom through the Multiverse – and Loki’s nexus events could help to explain what’s happened.

WARNING: This article contains SPOILERS for Venom: Let There Be Carnage!

The post-credits scene for Venom: Let There Be Carnage transported the tongue-slavering symbiote into the MCU and set up a potential role in Spider-Man: No Way Home – and it could be through the “Nexus” events introduced in Loki. There’s long been intense interest in the idea of Tom Hardy’s Venom and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man coming head-to-head. Now, finally, those hopes and dreams look set to become a reality.

Marvel movies have long been renowned for their post-credits scenes, but Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s is one of the best yet in that it leaves so many questions unanswered. Eddie Brock finds himself unwittingly transported through the Multiverse, arriving to watch a news broadcast in which J. Jonah Jameson ranted about Spider-Man’s secret identity during Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene. It’s safe to assume this ties in directly to Spider-Man: No Way Home, which promises to transport a number of Spider-Man villains into the MCU as a result of a magic spell gone wrong. There have long been reports of a hidden sixth enemy, and it looks as though Venom is set to fit the bill.


Related: Venom 2: Every Easter Egg & Marvel Reference Explained

But exactly how has Venom jumped from one dimension to another in the first place? In truth, Marvel is still making up their minds about how their Multiverse works. They determined the rules only after producing a number of films and TV shows based upon it. However, the basic principles may already have actually been explained in Loki.

Loki’s Nexus Events Are More Complicated Than Viewers Think

Loki Episode 6 Multiverse

It’s long been clear that the concept of “nexus” events and beings is key to the MCU’s Phase 4 slate. According to Loki, a nexus event is a moment where a single act can create an entirely different branching timeline in the multiverse. Nexus events can be created by major actions or minor ones – by someone starting a civil war that wasn’t part of the main timeline, or simply being late for work. The Time Variance Authority attempted to prevent the multiverse by pruning all these branches, but they ultimately failed, and now anything is possible in multiversal terms. But the multiverse introduced in Loki is actually more complicated than most viewers realize. Loki director Kate Herron pointed to one shot of the multiverse as it sprang into being, and noted the various branches intersect in quite dramatic ways (as per Murphy’s Multiverse):

“So, there’s the branches, right, which is like the alternative reality. But then something, you’ll see it, it’s very subtle but in the very last shot where you see the Multiverse, there’s like basically other bigger physical timelines branches. So, it’s almost like these different separate trees that are now connecting… It’s almost like a bridge. If you imagine the branch, it is like another reality. But if the branch extends beyond a certain point, it will then connect to other physical timelines… That last shot we did, there are other like thicker [branches] that are meant to be like our timeline. And there are other timelines like that and the branches are the connectors basically.”

Herron seems to be suggesting there are actually two types of intersections between different branches in the MCU multiverse; one where the branches are created, or ones where they connect to one another. In the most dramatic cases, this could potentially lead to a collision of entire realities – the kind of thing seen in the comics in the build-up to Jonathan Hickman’s Secret Wars event, where all the various universes collided. In less spectacular cases, though, a connection between the two branches could be brief, unobserved by most, but it would potentially allow people to inadvertently travel from their home branch to a reality very unlike the world they grew up in. The latter type of nexus sounds exactly like what Venom experiences in Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene, where Eddie Brock suddenly finds himself transported into a very different bedroom.

Related: Why Venom Needs To Eat Chocolate Or Brains

Doctor Strange’s Spell Could Have Created A Nexus Around Peter Parker

Doctor strange 2 Wandavision nexus commercial

This may explain what has gone wrong with Doctor Strange’s spell in Spider-Man: No Way Home. As confirmed by the trailer, Spider-Man seeks Doctor Strange’s help in the hopes the future Sorcerer Supreme can make the world forget his secret identity. Although Doctor Strange claims his spell is simply one to erase memories, it must be much more far-reaching than that; after all, not only does Strange need to make people forget, he also needs to remove all records of Spider-Man’s secret identity. This explains why Doctor Strange’s spell is affecting the fabric of reality itself, and why – when Peter Parker disrupts it – it backfires badly.

But how exactly does the spell work? It is possible Doctor Strange has inadvertently drawn multiple branching timelines into contact with the MCU, creating a dimensional intersect that is centered around Spider-Man – explaining why so many of the characters jumping realities are associated with different versions of Spider-Man. Even Venom seems to have a loose connection to the wall-crawler, with dialogue in Venom 2‘s post-credits scene suggesting the symbiote hive mind transcends the Multiverse, meaning Eddie Brock’s symbiote could well have retained animosity towards Peter Parker from the symbiote encountered in Spider-Man 3. This would explain why various characters from other Marvel/Spider-Man movie universes have been transported into the MCU.

Marvel Studios has a reputation for long-term planning, but when it comes to the Multiverse they seem to be figuring things out as they go along; in July this year, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed they’d only recently held a meeting deciding the Multiverse’s rules,  even though several films and TV shows focused around the concept were already in, or approaching, post-production. This may well mean Spider-Man: No Way Home avoids any explicit explanation of exactly how Doctor Strange’s spell has backfired, simply settling for confirming it has done so and leaving it to viewers to figure out how; but if that is the case, Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene suggests the nexus events introduced in Loki would explain it nicely.

More: Every MCU Movie Releasing After Venom 2

  • Eternals (2021)Release date: Nov 05, 2021
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)Release date: Dec 17, 2021
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)Release date: Mar 25, 2022
  • Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)Release date: May 06, 2022
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever/Black Panther 2 (2022)Release date: Jul 08, 2022
  • The Marvels/Captain Marvel 2 (2022)Release date: Nov 11, 2022
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)Release date: Feb 17, 2023
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)Release date: May 05, 2023
  • Morbius (2022)Release date: Jan 21, 2022
  • Kraven the Hunter (2023)Release date: Jan 13, 2023

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s post-credits transported Venom through the Multiverse – and Loki’s nexus events could help to explain what’s happened.

WARNING: This article contains SPOILERS for Venom: Let There Be Carnage!

The post-credits scene for Venom: Let There Be Carnage transported the tongue-slavering symbiote into the MCU and set up a potential role in Spider-Man: No Way Home – and it could be through the “Nexus” events introduced in Loki. There’s long been intense interest in the idea of Tom Hardy’s Venom and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man coming head-to-head. Now, finally, those hopes and dreams look set to become a reality.

Marvel movies have long been renowned for their post-credits scenes, but Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s is one of the best yet in that it leaves so many questions unanswered. Eddie Brock finds himself unwittingly transported through the Multiverse, arriving to watch a news broadcast in which J. Jonah Jameson ranted about Spider-Man’s secret identity during Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene. It’s safe to assume this ties in directly to Spider-Man: No Way Home, which promises to transport a number of Spider-Man villains into the MCU as a result of a magic spell gone wrong. There have long been reports of a hidden sixth enemy, and it looks as though Venom is set to fit the bill.


Related: Venom 2: Every Easter Egg & Marvel Reference Explained

But exactly how has Venom jumped from one dimension to another in the first place? In truth, Marvel is still making up their minds about how their Multiverse works. They determined the rules only after producing a number of films and TV shows based upon it. However, the basic principles may already have actually been explained in Loki.

Loki’s Nexus Events Are More Complicated Than Viewers Think

Loki Episode 6 Multiverse

It’s long been clear that the concept of “nexus” events and beings is key to the MCU’s Phase 4 slate. According to Loki, a nexus event is a moment where a single act can create an entirely different branching timeline in the multiverse. Nexus events can be created by major actions or minor ones – by someone starting a civil war that wasn’t part of the main timeline, or simply being late for work. The Time Variance Authority attempted to prevent the multiverse by pruning all these branches, but they ultimately failed, and now anything is possible in multiversal terms. But the multiverse introduced in Loki is actually more complicated than most viewers realize. Loki director Kate Herron pointed to one shot of the multiverse as it sprang into being, and noted the various branches intersect in quite dramatic ways (as per Murphy’s Multiverse):

“So, there’s the branches, right, which is like the alternative reality. But then something, you’ll see it, it’s very subtle but in the very last shot where you see the Multiverse, there’s like basically other bigger physical timelines branches. So, it’s almost like these different separate trees that are now connecting… It’s almost like a bridge. If you imagine the branch, it is like another reality. But if the branch extends beyond a certain point, it will then connect to other physical timelines… That last shot we did, there are other like thicker [branches] that are meant to be like our timeline. And there are other timelines like that and the branches are the connectors basically.”

Herron seems to be suggesting there are actually two types of intersections between different branches in the MCU multiverse; one where the branches are created, or ones where they connect to one another. In the most dramatic cases, this could potentially lead to a collision of entire realities – the kind of thing seen in the comics in the build-up to Jonathan Hickman’s Secret Wars event, where all the various universes collided. In less spectacular cases, though, a connection between the two branches could be brief, unobserved by most, but it would potentially allow people to inadvertently travel from their home branch to a reality very unlike the world they grew up in. The latter type of nexus sounds exactly like what Venom experiences in Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene, where Eddie Brock suddenly finds himself transported into a very different bedroom.

Related: Why Venom Needs To Eat Chocolate Or Brains

Doctor Strange’s Spell Could Have Created A Nexus Around Peter Parker

Doctor strange 2 Wandavision nexus commercial

This may explain what has gone wrong with Doctor Strange’s spell in Spider-Man: No Way Home. As confirmed by the trailer, Spider-Man seeks Doctor Strange’s help in the hopes the future Sorcerer Supreme can make the world forget his secret identity. Although Doctor Strange claims his spell is simply one to erase memories, it must be much more far-reaching than that; after all, not only does Strange need to make people forget, he also needs to remove all records of Spider-Man’s secret identity. This explains why Doctor Strange’s spell is affecting the fabric of reality itself, and why – when Peter Parker disrupts it – it backfires badly.

But how exactly does the spell work? It is possible Doctor Strange has inadvertently drawn multiple branching timelines into contact with the MCU, creating a dimensional intersect that is centered around Spider-Man – explaining why so many of the characters jumping realities are associated with different versions of Spider-Man. Even Venom seems to have a loose connection to the wall-crawler, with dialogue in Venom 2‘s post-credits scene suggesting the symbiote hive mind transcends the Multiverse, meaning Eddie Brock’s symbiote could well have retained animosity towards Peter Parker from the symbiote encountered in Spider-Man 3. This would explain why various characters from other Marvel/Spider-Man movie universes have been transported into the MCU.

Marvel Studios has a reputation for long-term planning, but when it comes to the Multiverse they seem to be figuring things out as they go along; in July this year, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed they’d only recently held a meeting deciding the Multiverse’s rules,  even though several films and TV shows focused around the concept were already in, or approaching, post-production. This may well mean Spider-Man: No Way Home avoids any explicit explanation of exactly how Doctor Strange’s spell has backfired, simply settling for confirming it has done so and leaving it to viewers to figure out how; but if that is the case, Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene suggests the nexus events introduced in Loki would explain it nicely.

More: Every MCU Movie Releasing After Venom 2

  • Eternals (2021)Release date: Nov 05, 2021
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)Release date: Dec 17, 2021
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)Release date: Mar 25, 2022
  • Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)Release date: May 06, 2022
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever/Black Panther 2 (2022)Release date: Jul 08, 2022
  • The Marvels/Captain Marvel 2 (2022)Release date: Nov 11, 2022
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)Release date: Feb 17, 2023
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)Release date: May 05, 2023
  • Morbius (2022)Release date: Jan 21, 2022
  • Kraven the Hunter (2023)Release date: Jan 13, 2023

Jason Momoa filming Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634413583) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(73) "Dwayne Johnson Chronicles Bull Tattoo’s Evolution in DocumentaryTheWrap" ["link"]=> string(96) "https://redhatbeauty.com/dwayne-johnson-chronicles-bull-tattoos-evolution-in-documentarythewrap/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 19:43:02 +0000" ["category"]=> string(69) "TrendingBullChroniclesDocumentaryTheWrapDwayneevolutionJohnsontattoos" ["guid"]=> string(96) "https://redhatbeauty.com/dwayne-johnson-chronicles-bull-tattoos-evolution-in-documentarythewrap/" ["description"]=> string(642) "While Dwayne Johnson has built a following on social media based in part on his refreshing candor, the actor and producer is showing an even more personal side in a short documentary film that delves into the backstory of one of his tattoos. Johnson’s intimidating body is clad with a number of tattoos that bear ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4142) "

While Dwayne Johnson has built a following on social media based in part on his refreshing candor, the actor and producer is showing an even more personal side in a short documentary film that delves into the backstory of one of his tattoos.

Johnson’s intimidating body is clad with a number of tattoos that bear personal meaning to him, but what started as a simple bull tattoo on his arm in 1997 during Johnson’s wrestling days has now evolved into a gorgeous and emotional design that’s close to Johnson’s heart.

In a new mini-documentary, Johnson talks about meeting up with tattoo artist Yomico Moreno over Instagram, and then working together for over a year to come up with and refine a final design to transform the bull into a new tattoo, after first evolving it a few years back with artist Nikko Hurtado.

“What immediately drew me to Yomi’s work was his vivid detail and his very hyperrealistic skill that he had,” Johnson says in the piece. “He has this unique ability to not only draw you in with the optics of what his work is, but also Yomi’s tattoo work creates an emotion.”

Moreno grew up in Venezuela and reached out to Johnson over Instagram on a whim, and Johnson and Moreno struck up an immediate connection. “I feel that us humans gravitate towards energy,” Moreno explains. “And he told me how he was looking for work that represents the whole universe, everything that unites us, the mysteries of life, death and the dark side of things. And how we’d transform all of those elements really captured his attention.”

Johnson settled upon a bull’s skull for the main design, but didn’t hit upon another key piece of the tattoo until he was visiting Hawaii with his kids. “I wanted to bring the babies back there to Hawaii and have them feel the culture, and get that culture and our Polynesian spirit seeped into their DNA and into their little bodies,” Johnson says. “I got up every morning and spent time looking at the ocean. The waves are powerful, they are perpetual, and that’s when it inspired me that that’s what the tattoo needed – it needed the anchoring element that was really gonna give it the power and the protection.”

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Johnson called up Moreno and pitched the idea of a wave cresting behind the bull’s skull, and the rest is history. “The skull of the bull, which represents so much – DNA, constitution and my makeup — and it is anchored and given life by the ocean underneath it.”

The mini-documentary finds Johnson and Moreno talking about the personal inspiration behind this design, the journey to settling upon it and shows Moreno crafting the final piece of art on Johnson’s body.

Johnson is coming off the successful launch of his Disney movie “Jungle Cruise” this summer, for which a sequel is already in development, and he finally completed production on his long-in-the-works superhero movie debut “Black Adam” for Warner Bros. and DC, which is set for release in July 2022. First up, however, Johnson stars alongside Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot in the big-budget Netflix heist thriller “Red Notice,” which will be released Nov. 12.

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While Dwayne Johnson has built a following on social media based in part on his refreshing candor, the actor and producer is showing an even more personal side in a short documentary film that delves into the backstory of one of his tattoos.

Johnson’s intimidating body is clad with a number of tattoos that bear personal meaning to him, but what started as a simple bull tattoo on his arm in 1997 during Johnson’s wrestling days has now evolved into a gorgeous and emotional design that’s close to Johnson’s heart.

In a new mini-documentary, Johnson talks about meeting up with tattoo artist Yomico Moreno over Instagram, and then working together for over a year to come up with and refine a final design to transform the bull into a new tattoo, after first evolving it a few years back with artist Nikko Hurtado.

“What immediately drew me to Yomi’s work was his vivid detail and his very hyperrealistic skill that he had,” Johnson says in the piece. “He has this unique ability to not only draw you in with the optics of what his work is, but also Yomi’s tattoo work creates an emotion.”

Moreno grew up in Venezuela and reached out to Johnson over Instagram on a whim, and Johnson and Moreno struck up an immediate connection. “I feel that us humans gravitate towards energy,” Moreno explains. “And he told me how he was looking for work that represents the whole universe, everything that unites us, the mysteries of life, death and the dark side of things. And how we’d transform all of those elements really captured his attention.”

Johnson settled upon a bull’s skull for the main design, but didn’t hit upon another key piece of the tattoo until he was visiting Hawaii with his kids. “I wanted to bring the babies back there to Hawaii and have them feel the culture, and get that culture and our Polynesian spirit seeped into their DNA and into their little bodies,” Johnson says. “I got up every morning and spent time looking at the ocean. The waves are powerful, they are perpetual, and that’s when it inspired me that that’s what the tattoo needed – it needed the anchoring element that was really gonna give it the power and the protection.”

dwayne johnson Red Notice
Getty Images

Johnson called up Moreno and pitched the idea of a wave cresting behind the bull’s skull, and the rest is history. “The skull of the bull, which represents so much – DNA, constitution and my makeup — and it is anchored and given life by the ocean underneath it.”

The mini-documentary finds Johnson and Moreno talking about the personal inspiration behind this design, the journey to settling upon it and shows Moreno crafting the final piece of art on Johnson’s body.

Johnson is coming off the successful launch of his Disney movie “Jungle Cruise” this summer, for which a sequel is already in development, and he finally completed production on his long-in-the-works superhero movie debut “Black Adam” for Warner Bros. and DC, which is set for release in July 2022. First up, however, Johnson stars alongside Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot in the big-budget Netflix heist thriller “Red Notice,” which will be released Nov. 12.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634413382) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(79) "‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Dominated Its First Week of Physical Sales" ["link"]=> string(96) "https://redhatbeauty.com/zack-snyders-justice-league-dominated-its-first-week-of-physical-sales/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 19:39:12 +0000" ["category"]=> string(58) "TrendingdominatedJusticeLeaguePhysicalSalesSnydersWeekZack" ["guid"]=> string(96) "https://redhatbeauty.com/zack-snyders-justice-league-dominated-its-first-week-of-physical-sales/" ["description"]=> string(702) "Whoever said ‘the little things count’ was right on the money. A few tweaks here, fewer quips there, and Zack Snyder’s Justice League visibly transforms the massively underwhelming 2017 DC film into a global phenomenon. Jason Momoa (Aquaman / Arthur Curry), Gal Gadot (Diana Prince / Wonder Woman), Ray Fisher (Cyborg / Victor Stone) | ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6001) "

Whoever said ‘the little things count’ was right on the money. A few tweaks here, fewer quips there, and Zack Snyder’s Justice League visibly transforms the massively underwhelming 2017 DC film into a global phenomenon.

Jason Momoa (Aquaman / Arthur Curry), Gal Gadot (Diana Prince / Wonder Woman), Ray Fisher (Cyborg / Victor Stone) | Photograph by Courtesy of HBO Max

The departure of Zack Snyder from the film’s production led to Joss Whedon being brought in to finish the movie. Despite his best intentions, the director of the Avengers couldn’t merge Marvel’s light-heartedness with DC’s cool demeanor.

" } ["summary"]=> string(702) "Whoever said ‘the little things count’ was right on the money. A few tweaks here, fewer quips there, and Zack Snyder’s Justice League visibly transforms the massively underwhelming 2017 DC film into a global phenomenon. Jason Momoa (Aquaman / Arthur Curry), Gal Gadot (Diana Prince / Wonder Woman), Ray Fisher (Cyborg / Victor Stone) | ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(6001) "

Whoever said ‘the little things count’ was right on the money. A few tweaks here, fewer quips there, and Zack Snyder’s Justice League visibly transforms the massively underwhelming 2017 DC film into a global phenomenon.

Jason Momoa (Aquaman / Arthur Curry), Gal Gadot (Diana Prince / Wonder Woman), Ray Fisher (Cyborg / Victor Stone) | Photograph by Courtesy of HBO Max

The departure of Zack Snyder from the film’s production led to Joss Whedon being brought in to finish the movie. Despite his best intentions, the director of the Avengers couldn’t merge Marvel’s light-heartedness with DC’s cool demeanor.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634413152) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(30) "Review: Dogworld – Cineuropa" ["link"]=> string(51) "https://redhatbeauty.com/review-dogworld-cineuropa/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 19:27:34 +0000" ["category"]=> string(49) "Movie Production CompaniesCineuropaDogworldreview" ["guid"]=> string(51) "https://redhatbeauty.com/review-dogworld-cineuropa/" ["description"]=> string(531) "04/09/2021 – VENICE 2021: Shot in a run-down and toxic version of Taranto, Alessandro Celli’s debut is a dystopic but fun film which light-heartedly reflects upon the present while warning us about the future Dennis Protopapa and Giuliano Soprano in Mondocane Two boys are fishing out a big wooden cross from the sea, but they ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6506) "

– VENICE 2021: Shot in a run-down and toxic version of Taranto, Alessandro Celli’s debut is a dystopic but fun film which light-heartedly reflects upon the present while warning us about the future

Dennis Protopapa and Giuliano Soprano in Mondocane

Two boys are fishing out a big wooden cross from the sea, but they don’t even know the Christ that’s nailed to it. In the background, tall, smoking chimneys contaminate the air. A sign on a fence reads “restricted zone”. We’re in Taranto, one of the biggest commercial ports in the Mediterranean, on a day like any other, in a near future where civilization has deteriorated to the point of losing its way. Dogworld [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]
Alessandro Celli’s first work, in competition in Venice’s International Film Critics’ Week – is a laudable Italian attempt to tell a global story in a counter-utopian reality, which is one third authorial work, two thirds action and light-hearted violence. The latter draw impetus from the vast universe ranging this way and that way across the ocean, from John Carpenter to Sergio Martino, from George Miller to Lord of the Flies and Waterworld, but also from countless graphic novels, shoot-‘em-up video games and various B movies from the 70s. The authorial third of the film reassures environmentalist causes concerned with the disastrous matter of the Ilva steel plants in Taranto, which have poisoned and killed hundreds of workers and townspeople over the past few decades and, more generally, with the planet’s threatened ecosystem. The film is produced by lovers of genre cinema, such as Matteo Rovere (the producer-director prodigy behind Italian Race [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Matilda De Angelis
interview: Matteo Rovere
film profile
]
and Romulus & Remus – The First King [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
, and the showrunner, producer and director of the Sky Italia original series Romulus, who’s currently working on Delta, an arthouse film noir-western by Michele Vannucci) and Gianluca Curti, who grew up with the world of pop cinema.

(The article continues below – Commercial information)

Leading the cast are two little leaguers bursting with potential, Dennis Protopapa and Giuliano Soprano, who play thick-as-thieves friends Piero and Christian, nicknamed Dogworld and Bed-Wetter, who are accepted into the community of The Ants after demonstrating nerve and an uncanny command of weapons during a heist. The Ants are a gang of petty criminals without families who terrorise the city’s “wholesome” contingent, Taranto Nuova, and who withdraw to an unknown base which has long been sought out by an overzealous police officer (Barbara Ronchi). There’s no such thing as ownership in the Ants’ Nest; they share weapons and motorbikes, and they even have hallucinogenic toads to lick to while the evenings away. The undisputed leader of The Ants is Hothead, an anti-paternal figure who holds the power of life or death over these little urchins armed with machine guns. He’s played by guest star Alessandro Borghi, one of the best among the new generation of actors, who lavishes the kids with head ruffles but also ferocious punishments, as well as rolling his eyes to prove the real sociopathy at play. His plan is to amass enough cash to win back Taranto and make it a better place. Submission to Hothead will threaten the friendship and freedom of the two protagonists, who are joined by another promising future star of Italian film Ludovica Nasti. Italian-Canadian filmmaker Celli’s gratifying debut is an entertaining, dystopic work (the latter adjective only familiar to sci-fi fans until not so long ago) which looks to light-heartedly reflect upon the present while warning us about the future.

Dogworld is produced by Groenlandia and Minerva Pictures together with RAI Cinema. Minerva are handling international sales while 01 Distribution are releasing the film in Italian cinemas on 3 September in 200 copies.

(The article continues below – Commercial information)

(Translated from Italian)

" } ["summary"]=> string(531) "04/09/2021 – VENICE 2021: Shot in a run-down and toxic version of Taranto, Alessandro Celli’s debut is a dystopic but fun film which light-heartedly reflects upon the present while warning us about the future Dennis Protopapa and Giuliano Soprano in Mondocane Two boys are fishing out a big wooden cross from the sea, but they ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(6506) "

– VENICE 2021: Shot in a run-down and toxic version of Taranto, Alessandro Celli’s debut is a dystopic but fun film which light-heartedly reflects upon the present while warning us about the future

Dennis Protopapa and Giuliano Soprano in Mondocane

Two boys are fishing out a big wooden cross from the sea, but they don’t even know the Christ that’s nailed to it. In the background, tall, smoking chimneys contaminate the air. A sign on a fence reads “restricted zone”. We’re in Taranto, one of the biggest commercial ports in the Mediterranean, on a day like any other, in a near future where civilization has deteriorated to the point of losing its way. Dogworld [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]
Alessandro Celli’s first work, in competition in Venice’s International Film Critics’ Week – is a laudable Italian attempt to tell a global story in a counter-utopian reality, which is one third authorial work, two thirds action and light-hearted violence. The latter draw impetus from the vast universe ranging this way and that way across the ocean, from John Carpenter to Sergio Martino, from George Miller to Lord of the Flies and Waterworld, but also from countless graphic novels, shoot-‘em-up video games and various B movies from the 70s. The authorial third of the film reassures environmentalist causes concerned with the disastrous matter of the Ilva steel plants in Taranto, which have poisoned and killed hundreds of workers and townspeople over the past few decades and, more generally, with the planet’s threatened ecosystem. The film is produced by lovers of genre cinema, such as Matteo Rovere (the producer-director prodigy behind Italian Race [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Matilda De Angelis
interview: Matteo Rovere
film profile
]
and Romulus & Remus – The First King [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
, and the showrunner, producer and director of the Sky Italia original series Romulus, who’s currently working on Delta, an arthouse film noir-western by Michele Vannucci) and Gianluca Curti, who grew up with the world of pop cinema.

(The article continues below – Commercial information)

Leading the cast are two little leaguers bursting with potential, Dennis Protopapa and Giuliano Soprano, who play thick-as-thieves friends Piero and Christian, nicknamed Dogworld and Bed-Wetter, who are accepted into the community of The Ants after demonstrating nerve and an uncanny command of weapons during a heist. The Ants are a gang of petty criminals without families who terrorise the city’s “wholesome” contingent, Taranto Nuova, and who withdraw to an unknown base which has long been sought out by an overzealous police officer (Barbara Ronchi). There’s no such thing as ownership in the Ants’ Nest; they share weapons and motorbikes, and they even have hallucinogenic toads to lick to while the evenings away. The undisputed leader of The Ants is Hothead, an anti-paternal figure who holds the power of life or death over these little urchins armed with machine guns. He’s played by guest star Alessandro Borghi, one of the best among the new generation of actors, who lavishes the kids with head ruffles but also ferocious punishments, as well as rolling his eyes to prove the real sociopathy at play. His plan is to amass enough cash to win back Taranto and make it a better place. Submission to Hothead will threaten the friendship and freedom of the two protagonists, who are joined by another promising future star of Italian film Ludovica Nasti. Italian-Canadian filmmaker Celli’s gratifying debut is an entertaining, dystopic work (the latter adjective only familiar to sci-fi fans until not so long ago) which looks to light-heartedly reflect upon the present while warning us about the future.

Dogworld is produced by Groenlandia and Minerva Pictures together with RAI Cinema. Minerva are handling international sales while 01 Distribution are releasing the film in Italian cinemas on 3 September in 200 copies.

(The article continues below – Commercial information)

(Translated from Italian)

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They called me Badger, I was 16 years old and I was a pet for the skinheads, a gluing machine. He hit me as a sport, non-stop, up to three people at the same time. They beat me up, I got up and started over. That’s how I became one of them ”.

Goal accomplished. Be one of them. Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s parents’ dream was coming true. The dream of thousands of middle-class Africans who exported their little offspring to England at the end of the 20th century to become just another Englishman. In 1960, there were 21,000 African students preparing in British universities to administer the government and the economy upon their return home. Some of them had children who were left in the care of suburban working-class English families to obtain an English education and from there acquire a social position in the center of the British Empire. The formula, named fostering O farming, it became very popular. According to an article by The Times, in 1968, each year, around 5,000 British households received African children in exchange for a pay of three pounds a week.

Given in foster care at 6 weeks

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje during the Toronto Festival

Ian Gavan

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, today a full-fledged actor and director, told me his story during the last Toronto Film Festival, where he presented the film Farming, based on his traumatic childhood. His life trajectory has been compared to that of a black Oliver Twist, something unthinkable among audiences who know him for his tough guy and rock-pectoral roles in the series Lost and Game of Thrones and in movies like Thor, the dark world (Alan Taylor, 2013) y Suicide squad (David Ayer, 2016).

In 1967, when he was barely six weeks old, his parents, a Nigerian couple studying in London, gave him in foster care to a couple in the port town of Tilbury, in the county of Essex. Many of those children lived in low-income families, in highly disadvantaged environments, slums and racist neighborhoods, and in the care of uneducated parents. Often, they faced situations of abandonment and there were many cases of criminality. A total of 18 minors died between 1961 and 1964 in foster homes in circumstances of semi-abandonment or negligent care.

“I lived in a house where there was always bustle,” he tells me. “My foster father was half Romanian and Gypsy and had a tradition of leaving the front and back doors open for good luck to come in, so the interior was always flapping and bumping with the current. We were a lot of kids, sometimes more than ten, and my life was pure survival: mow the lawn, clean the dog, get food … The neighbors were always visiting and we had three dogs that barked constantly. In my house there was not a single corner where I could be quietly and I always took refuge behind the sofa. There I could immerse myself in my world, where I could be me. At that time it was not permissible for a working-class kid to be sensitive. You couldn’t even think of something creative or say that something was nice because right away you were branded a homosexual. My refuge behind the couch was my paradise, my little treehouse. I spent a large part of my childhood behind the sofa. That was my place ”.

An attempt to reverse

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje en 'Perdidos'

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje en ‘Perdidos’

20th Century Fox

The agreements of fostering they were established with a time horizon and the biological parents were assumed to be present in the upbringing, but this was not the case. As a result, the children felt that the English couples were their real parents. There used to be no black people in their cities; if anything, as Akinnuoye-Agbaje recalls, “from time to time a black sailor would come to port and he was like the bogeyman.” When his biological parents, aged eight, decided to take action and be present, the decision to return to Nigeria shocked him in such a way that he spent nine months there in shock and without speaking, to the point that his relatives thought he was possessed. “They told my two sisters and I that we were going to London to shop and they took us to Nigeria. I experienced it as a kidnapping. Was a shock cultural on many levels: the heat, the language, the culture … Colonialism had brainwashed my parents. They considered us the quintessence of white triumph, so they did not expose us to the sun so that we would not be as black as the other children, they put a clamp on our nose so that the nostrils did not expand … “, details the director.

Nigerian doctors reported that many children returned home with physical and mental health problems, and British social workers reported developmental problems, both in speech and lack of social skills.

Adewale explains it with a very graphic metaphor: “When you are subjected to a turbulent identity crisis, you no longer know who you are, you are bouncing from one culture to another like a tennis ball. I thought I was white, I realized I was black, but immediately afterwards, instead of feeding on the culture of my ancestors, they exhibited me like an English trophy ”.

Several scandals about the foster children business drew the attention of the Government and in 1968 the emigration policy changed direction and began to prohibit African children from coming if they did not do so with their parents, and mothers were urged to put upbringing before studies. But for many of them it was too late. The psychological consequences were enormous.

The fighting rooster

Damson Idris interprets Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje in 'Farming'

Damson Idris interprets Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje in ‘Farming’

Courtesy

Returning from Nigeria to his foster home in Tilbury, the series was sweeping on television Estate, so both at home and on the street they called him ‘Zulu’ and Kunta Kinte. In those days, the BBC used such terms in hit series like Love Thy Neighbour, and in the usual vocabulary of jerk comedians, the case of Jim Davidson and Alf Garnett. Soon words turned to deeds. The skinheads enforced their law in the streets. Racism was in full swing.

“It was when I came back from Nigeria that I realized that I was black. I remember being surrounded by skinheads that attacked me because of the color of my skin. My dad, who was a truck driver, said to me, ‘Look, this is how things are going to be for you. You have no escape, because I can’t be around to protect you, so you have to deal with it. ‘ He pushed me into the street and told me to find them and fight them to defend my position. It was a terrifying moment: it changed my life, it meant the loss of innocence. I started hitting myself as a sport. Hitting me non-stop, up to three people at the same time. And even if they spanked me, he would hit me again. Since I couldn’t go against them, I ended up joining them. I acquired a reputation and became entertainment, like a battered pet. ”

The Adewale executioners did not get rid of him because he grew strong and became a formidable tool when fighting other gangs. It was the Doberman that was loosened on the leash when there was trouble. Being black, his reputation spread. His nickname on the street was Badger, and at 15, everyone knew him.

In Adewale’s case, the brutal violence suffered and practiced reached its point of no return in a suicide attempt. An episode that is part of the story of his film: “I was very impressed by directing the scenes in which the main character tries to commit suicide. I had to sit down with the actor to convey my emotions to him at that vital moment. It was not easy. They were very deep moments that I had to relive and I had to explain to him that this was not a desire to die but to live. At that time I could not find a way out and the way to alleviate the inner torment that I was experiencing was to free myself, so, seen from that perspective, death was an expression of freedom ”.

The story moved forward for Adewale as helplessly, his foster mother contacted his biological parents, who this time transferred him to boarding school in Surrey. Akinnuoye-Agbaje was a bully, a thief, a street boy with a strong dialect cockney. In contrast, his father was a successful lawyer. The family was three strangers. With the help of a social worker, a former girlfriend and a fellow student, he emerged from the well of his traumatic experiences and earned a law degree from King’s College London.

Saved by the movies

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje unrecognizable in 'Suicide Squad' with Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie)

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje unrecognizable in ‘Suicide Squad’ with Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie)

Warner Bros.


During his time in law school, he was hired in a clothing store that gave him the opportunity to work as a model. And from there to Hollywood. But the demons had not been left behind. The genesis of his biographical film had to do with a period of insomnia in his thirties: “I had already achieved a status in my acting profession and could live comfortably, but never in my life had I been so unhappy, so I started writing at night. Within two weeks he had a 500-page manuscript. There were aspects of my life that I had to look at in the face to let go, because I had lived through a process of denial and had been avoiding confronting them. I was traumatized, I had been abused, but I did not want to be ungrateful to my foster parents. And that was part of the ghosts he had been fighting over the years. “

That catharsis is now a biopic in which he settles accounts with the past: “I would like those who emigrate in search of a better life to question whether the grass is greener on the other side, if what matters is education or growth. When there is no emotional support, you have fragile relationships. Many of the boys and girls who passed by farming they have not been able to start a family. I see that the experiment was not worth it.

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They called me Badger, I was 16 years old and I was a pet for the skinheads, a gluing machine. He hit me as a sport, non-stop, up to three people at the same time. They beat me up, I got up and started over. That’s how I became one of them ”.

Goal accomplished. Be one of them. Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s parents’ dream was coming true. The dream of thousands of middle-class Africans who exported their little offspring to England at the end of the 20th century to become just another Englishman. In 1960, there were 21,000 African students preparing in British universities to administer the government and the economy upon their return home. Some of them had children who were left in the care of suburban working-class English families to obtain an English education and from there acquire a social position in the center of the British Empire. The formula, named fostering O farming, it became very popular. According to an article by The Times, in 1968, each year, around 5,000 British households received African children in exchange for a pay of three pounds a week.

Given in foster care at 6 weeks

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje during the Toronto Festival

Ian Gavan

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, today a full-fledged actor and director, told me his story during the last Toronto Film Festival, where he presented the film Farming, based on his traumatic childhood. His life trajectory has been compared to that of a black Oliver Twist, something unthinkable among audiences who know him for his tough guy and rock-pectoral roles in the series Lost and Game of Thrones and in movies like Thor, the dark world (Alan Taylor, 2013) y Suicide squad (David Ayer, 2016).

In 1967, when he was barely six weeks old, his parents, a Nigerian couple studying in London, gave him in foster care to a couple in the port town of Tilbury, in the county of Essex. Many of those children lived in low-income families, in highly disadvantaged environments, slums and racist neighborhoods, and in the care of uneducated parents. Often, they faced situations of abandonment and there were many cases of criminality. A total of 18 minors died between 1961 and 1964 in foster homes in circumstances of semi-abandonment or negligent care.

“I lived in a house where there was always bustle,” he tells me. “My foster father was half Romanian and Gypsy and had a tradition of leaving the front and back doors open for good luck to come in, so the interior was always flapping and bumping with the current. We were a lot of kids, sometimes more than ten, and my life was pure survival: mow the lawn, clean the dog, get food … The neighbors were always visiting and we had three dogs that barked constantly. In my house there was not a single corner where I could be quietly and I always took refuge behind the sofa. There I could immerse myself in my world, where I could be me. At that time it was not permissible for a working-class kid to be sensitive. You couldn’t even think of something creative or say that something was nice because right away you were branded a homosexual. My refuge behind the couch was my paradise, my little treehouse. I spent a large part of my childhood behind the sofa. That was my place ”.

An attempt to reverse

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje en 'Perdidos'

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje en ‘Perdidos’

20th Century Fox

The agreements of fostering they were established with a time horizon and the biological parents were assumed to be present in the upbringing, but this was not the case. As a result, the children felt that the English couples were their real parents. There used to be no black people in their cities; if anything, as Akinnuoye-Agbaje recalls, “from time to time a black sailor would come to port and he was like the bogeyman.” When his biological parents, aged eight, decided to take action and be present, the decision to return to Nigeria shocked him in such a way that he spent nine months there in shock and without speaking, to the point that his relatives thought he was possessed. “They told my two sisters and I that we were going to London to shop and they took us to Nigeria. I experienced it as a kidnapping. Was a shock cultural on many levels: the heat, the language, the culture … Colonialism had brainwashed my parents. They considered us the quintessence of white triumph, so they did not expose us to the sun so that we would not be as black as the other children, they put a clamp on our nose so that the nostrils did not expand … “, details the director.

Nigerian doctors reported that many children returned home with physical and mental health problems, and British social workers reported developmental problems, both in speech and lack of social skills.

Adewale explains it with a very graphic metaphor: “When you are subjected to a turbulent identity crisis, you no longer know who you are, you are bouncing from one culture to another like a tennis ball. I thought I was white, I realized I was black, but immediately afterwards, instead of feeding on the culture of my ancestors, they exhibited me like an English trophy ”.

Several scandals about the foster children business drew the attention of the Government and in 1968 the emigration policy changed direction and began to prohibit African children from coming if they did not do so with their parents, and mothers were urged to put upbringing before studies. But for many of them it was too late. The psychological consequences were enormous.

The fighting rooster

Damson Idris interprets Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje in 'Farming'

Damson Idris interprets Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje in ‘Farming’

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Returning from Nigeria to his foster home in Tilbury, the series was sweeping on television Estate, so both at home and on the street they called him ‘Zulu’ and Kunta Kinte. In those days, the BBC used such terms in hit series like Love Thy Neighbour, and in the usual vocabulary of jerk comedians, the case of Jim Davidson and Alf Garnett. Soon words turned to deeds. The skinheads enforced their law in the streets. Racism was in full swing.

“It was when I came back from Nigeria that I realized that I was black. I remember being surrounded by skinheads that attacked me because of the color of my skin. My dad, who was a truck driver, said to me, ‘Look, this is how things are going to be for you. You have no escape, because I can’t be around to protect you, so you have to deal with it. ‘ He pushed me into the street and told me to find them and fight them to defend my position. It was a terrifying moment: it changed my life, it meant the loss of innocence. I started hitting myself as a sport. Hitting me non-stop, up to three people at the same time. And even if they spanked me, he would hit me again. Since I couldn’t go against them, I ended up joining them. I acquired a reputation and became entertainment, like a battered pet. ”

The Adewale executioners did not get rid of him because he grew strong and became a formidable tool when fighting other gangs. It was the Doberman that was loosened on the leash when there was trouble. Being black, his reputation spread. His nickname on the street was Badger, and at 15, everyone knew him.

In Adewale’s case, the brutal violence suffered and practiced reached its point of no return in a suicide attempt. An episode that is part of the story of his film: “I was very impressed by directing the scenes in which the main character tries to commit suicide. I had to sit down with the actor to convey my emotions to him at that vital moment. It was not easy. They were very deep moments that I had to relive and I had to explain to him that this was not a desire to die but to live. At that time I could not find a way out and the way to alleviate the inner torment that I was experiencing was to free myself, so, seen from that perspective, death was an expression of freedom ”.

The story moved forward for Adewale as helplessly, his foster mother contacted his biological parents, who this time transferred him to boarding school in Surrey. Akinnuoye-Agbaje was a bully, a thief, a street boy with a strong dialect cockney. In contrast, his father was a successful lawyer. The family was three strangers. With the help of a social worker, a former girlfriend and a fellow student, he emerged from the well of his traumatic experiences and earned a law degree from King’s College London.

Saved by the movies

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje unrecognizable in 'Suicide Squad' with Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie)

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje unrecognizable in ‘Suicide Squad’ with Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie)

Warner Bros.


During his time in law school, he was hired in a clothing store that gave him the opportunity to work as a model. And from there to Hollywood. But the demons had not been left behind. The genesis of his biographical film had to do with a period of insomnia in his thirties: “I had already achieved a status in my acting profession and could live comfortably, but never in my life had I been so unhappy, so I started writing at night. Within two weeks he had a 500-page manuscript. There were aspects of my life that I had to look at in the face to let go, because I had lived through a process of denial and had been avoiding confronting them. I was traumatized, I had been abused, but I did not want to be ungrateful to my foster parents. And that was part of the ghosts he had been fighting over the years. “

That catharsis is now a biopic in which he settles accounts with the past: “I would like those who emigrate in search of a better life to question whether the grass is greener on the other side, if what matters is education or growth. When there is no emotional support, you have fragile relationships. Many of the boys and girls who passed by farming they have not been able to start a family. I see that the experiment was not worth it.

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