Daniel Radcliffe will always be thankful for his time spent leading the Harry Potter franchise, but the actor is undoubtedly happy to have moved on from the wizarding world. The multi-billion dollar franchise has afforded him a lot of freedom to take on whatever roles he wants, whether it’s a peculiar indie like Swiss Army Man or a wild action thriller Guns Akimbo. But in these uncertain times, Daniel Radcliffe realizes everyone needs a little inspiration, which is why he’s taken the time to get involved with the Harry Potter at Home initiative with a new reading of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Read More »
The marketing blitz for Deadpool 2 is in full swing. In case you didn’t hear, there will be fan screenings of the sequel next week in major cities all over the country (and pretty much all the tickets are already gone). But besides that, Deadpool 2 is going on a major promotional tour across the world, and they’re really pushing the European leg of the trip.
Two new Deadpool 2 promotional videos have emerged online, each geared towards our friends in Europe. One features the Merc with a Mouth apologizing for the joke made at the expense of soccer star David Beckham while the other has Red calling out Europe for hanging Canada out to dry. They’re both quite amusing and feature Ryan Reynolds giving maximum effort. Read More »
To promote the Adidas Star Wars Originals Collection, LucasFilm created a special two minute commercial which inserts David Beckham, Daft Punk, Snoop Dogg, Franz Beckenbauer, Noel Gallagher, Ian Brown, Ciara, Jay Baruchel, and DJ Neil Armstrong into the famous Cantina Scene from Star Wars . I guess the revisionist explanation is that it is an “intergalactic 2010 FIFA World Cup™ viewing party.” Watch the two minute video, embedded after the jump.
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What if Disney decided to produce live action remakes of their animated classics with top Hollywood stars? How about Rachel Weisz as Snow White? Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella? BeyoncÃ© as Alice in Wonderland? Don’t get worried yet Disney fanatics, these photos are not part of a feature film production, but instead Photographer Annie Leibovit’s Disney Dream Portrait Series which will star appearing in magazines in November. Check out some of the photos below. Click on the photos to enlarge.
Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella
Roger Federer as King Arthur
Julie Andrews as the Blue Fairy from Disney’s Pinocchio with her apprentice fairy, Little Miss Sunshine star Abigail Breslin
Beyonce as Alice from Alice in Wonderland, Oliver Platt as the Mad Hatter and Lyle Lovett as the March Hare.
David Beckham as Prince Phillip from Sleeping Beauty