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Quentin Tarantino has reportedly cast a new leading man
Quentin Tarantino has offered Paul Walter Hauser the lead role in his next film The Movie Critic, according to reports.As reported by Hollywood insider Daniel Richtman (via World Of Reel), Hauser is said to have been offered the lead role prior to the Hollywood actors’ strike – which has halted development on the project.It’s believed Hauser is lined up to play fictional film critic Jim Sheldon, who is speculated to be based on William Margold – a real life critic who Tarantino described in his book Cinema Speculation as the “first-string film critic for the sex rag the Hollywood Press”.Tarantino has reportedly been writing under the pseudonym of Jim Sheldon on the New Beverly Cinema website, where the pen name is described as writing for the Hollywood Press.Hauser is best known for supporting roles in I, Tonya, BlacKkKlansman, Late Night, Da 5 Bloods and Cruella. He also played the title character in Clint Eastwood’s 2019 film Richard Jewell.Most recently, he won a Golden Globe for his performance as suspected serial killer Larry Hall in the 2022 Apple TV+ miniseries Black Bird, opposite Taron Egerton.Speaking to Deadline earlier this year about The Movie Critic, Tarantino said the project – set in Southern California in 1977 – would be based on a real-life critic for a porno magazine.“He wrote about mainstream movies and he was the second-string critic,” the director said.
Pitbull spokesman responds to viral TikTok claim he has 21 children
Pitbull has responded to the viral rumour circulating on social media, and denied that the musician is the father to 21 children.The claim has been making the rounds across TikTok recently and alleges that Mr Worldwide has had over 20 children with multiple women, who are all located across 13 different countries.As highlighted by Rolling Stone, the viral claim stems back to a video shared last month by an account going by the handle ‘Pat Williams Comedy’, which made a compilation of famous faces across the entertainment industry who have a large number of children.Titled the Celebrity Baby Mama Hall Of Fame (Part Two), the content creator listed off some of the big names who have brought numerous children into the world, and while some were pretty accurate – including Clint Eastwood and former NBA star Shawn Kemp – others seemed to be a little too extreme to be true.The video named Pitbull as a “Hawaiian island volcano”, adding that he has fathered “21 kids with 18 different women in 13 different countries. He sees them all twice a year, and he’s never missed a child support payment.”Crown Em’ – BBM HOF Part 2 #celebrity #money #satire #parents ♬ original sound – Pat Williams Comedy Although the video by Williams was posted with the hashtag “#Satire” and has amassed over four million views since it was posted in mid-August, it looked like few bothered to fact-check the figures quoted by the page.
Pom Klementieff’s ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ Villain Was Inspired by Bruce Lee, Clint Eastwood, ‘Kill Bill’ … and a Shoebill Stork
Todd Gilchrist editor Named after a word that sounds similar in Korean to both “spring” and “tiger,” Pom Klementieff has appropriately showcased ebullience and viciousness throughout her career — and especially in the past few months. In May, she reprised her role as Mantis in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” empathetically shepherding her fellow outcasts through an adventure to save Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper) from unapologetic MCU villain the High Evolutionary (Chukwudi Iwuji). She also appears in “Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One” as Paris, a ruthless assassin who will stop at nothing to kill Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and anyone else who gets in her way. Ahead of “Dead Reckoning Part One,” Klementieff spoke to Variety about her character in the film, whose backstory she worked closely with Cruise and writer-director Christopher McQuarrie to develop. In addition to talking about how she “manifested” the opportunity to be a part of the franchise, she revealed the panorama of influences — from Jean-Paul Belmondo to animal videos on YouTube — she enlisted to ensure that audiences never forget Paris.
Will Christoper Nolan’s ‘Oppenheimer’ Get a Theatrical Release in Japan?
Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter Christopher Nolan’s historical epic “Oppenheimer,” about the creation of the atomic bomb during World War II, is preparing for a massive global debut next month. As of now, though, the film’s distributor Universal has yet to announce when — or if — it will premiere in Japan. A spokesperson for the studio says “plans have not been finalized in all markets.” Universal is releasing the $100 million-budgeted “Oppenheimer” in the U.S. and much of the rest of the world on July 21. The situation in Japan is complicated given the film’s subject matter and the devastation the bombs wrought on the country. “Oppenheimer” centers on American theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer (played by Cillian Murphy), who led the efforts to build the weapons of mass destruction that ended the war. Approximately 200,000 Japanese civilians died after two atomic bombs were dropped in 1945 over the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Though the movie’s focus may not be enough to prevent the country from playing “Oppenheimer” in its theaters, if it does secure a release date, it’s not clear that Japanese moviegoers will be interested in seeing a film about the topic.