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E! NEWS – Still reeling from the final moments in Avengers: Infinity War?
E! News has an exclusive look at Paul Bettany, Chadwick Boseman, Josh Brolin, Chris Evans, Danai Gurira, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Anthony Mackie, Elizabeth Olsen and Sebastian Stan filming the devastating finale, culminating in—spoiler alert!—Thanos activating the Infinity Gauntlet and snapping his fingers, wiping out half the galaxy’s population.
Black Panther? Bye. Groot? Gone. Spider-Man? See ya.
The final battle occurs after Thanos goes on a smash and grab across the universe to collect all six Infinity Stones, giving him unparalleled power. The Mind Stone is embedded in Vision’s forehead, bringing Thanos to Wakanda—where the Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy and a host of other superheroes are preparing to fight him to the death. “When Thanos shows up, we really wanted to make this the most powerful moment ever,” executive producer Trinh Tran says in a bonus featurette (included on the digital and Blu-ray editions of the blockbuster). Of course, deciding which heroes would vanish was a challenge. “In terms of our choices about who Thanos would end up eradicating with his snap, it was very story-focused. How do we pay off each individual character’s storyline most profoundly?” co-director Anthony Russo asks. “The first person to go is Bucky Barnes, and it’s shot from Captain America’s perspective.” Continue reading “Press: Behind the Scenes of Avengers: Infinity War’s Crushing Finale”
The stakes are high for James Corden’s newest business venture, James Corden’s Star Star Tours, the star tour that takes the stars on tour. But things get off to a great start when the cast of “Avengers: Infinity War” shows up for their tour, and James teaches them about buying coffee and waiting in lines, and the tour makes a stop at a comic book store.
Elizabeth joins ‘Avengers: Infinity War” castmates Don Cheadle (War Machine), Benedict Cumberbatch(Dr. Strange), and Winston Duke(M’Baku) on Jimmy Kimmel Live! I’ve added both pictures and videos from the show!
REFINERY 29: “Happiness is bullshit.” That’s how the trailer for upcoming Netflix film Kodachrome starts, but don’t let that throw you off. What follows is a charming, funny, and warm preview into the movie directed by Mark Raso and starring Jason Sudeikis, Ed Harris, and Elizabeth Olsen.
Sudeikis plays Matt, a son who hasn’t spoken to his photographer father (Harris) in over a decade, until Zoe (Olsen) shows up on his doorstep asking him to drive his father to Dwayne’s Photo in Parsons, Kansas, the only place in the world that still develops Kodachrome film (this is true, and it has a wonderfully retro website complete with a t-shirt for purchase).
“He’s dying,” Zoe tells him, but Matt has his own problems. He’s a struggling A&R executive at Spitting Devil Records who will lose his job unless he manages to poach a big band from Sony. The two storylines come together, according to Billboard, when Matt realizes the band he’s after is touring along the very route he, his father, and Zoe must take to Kansas. What ensues is your classic road trip story with an excellent soundtrack.
Through the trip, the father and son grapple with their broken relationship, while Matt and Zoe are on the brink of a new one. In the end, it’s a story about life, and the different ways we choose to treasure it.
“Take pictures, they stop time,” Ben (Harris) says. “Commit moments to eternity.”
The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and will arrive on Netflix on April 20. You can watch the full trailer for Kodachrome below: