Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Noddy, Sep 20, 2013.
Hey, I just found it, I didn't 'shop it.
I would love to see Knightly and Portman in a film together again.
Can we still use that expression on a digital production?
Also, "footage" and "roll the film/tape" are gonna have to be consigned to history.
In a remake of The Knight Porter?
Like most of the prequel cast, Portman's performance seems to involve less effort in each successive film.
Then where were the Nsync Jedi sliced, diced and left to rot?
Nobody's posted the really relevant photo yet, so here:
"This is my room for talking about not sexy things."
I'd say the British/Irish actors could handle it really well. The American actors just couldn't. McGregor, Neeson, McDiarmid, & Lee all pulled it off. Christensen, Portman, Lloyd, & Samuel L. Jackson didn't.
They should do one together with Scarlett Johansson & Mila Kunis. I give it 4 drools.
^ Did you REALLY have to post that huge ass picture that takes up most of the screen, instead of just posting the link to the picture?
Also you are hotlinking to a picture, which is against the rules on this forum.
Ah. Sorry. Photos on the internets is hard.
In my fantasies.
I wonder how she'll go about explaining THAT to her young son when she shows him the movie!!
I liked the wedding gown she wore at the end.
There's a nice shot of her from behind, but in white.
Well, we still say "give them the cold shoulder" even though no one gives you an unheated shoulder of mutton. Film crews still call shots done without sound MOS, even though no one's sure what it means or where it comes from. Some jargon tends to stick around long after its turned anachronistic.
"Mit Out Sound", with a fake German accent. Derived from the ol' cliche German directors of the early days.
(According to my friends from film school in the 70s)
Or not: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MOS_%28filmmaking%29
"Mommy is an actress?"
I watched it for Alec Guinness. Acting like he actually cared about this stuff
Well, she'll always have that Academy Award for "Black Swan" on the mantle, but then, she might not want him to see that performance until he is much older.
To hijack the thread a little, which actors do you think have done the best acting in blue/green screen-heavy films/TV? Conversely (aside from in Star Wars), which are the best actors that did the worst when surrounded by blue/green screens?
And in another defense of the prequels, don't most sci-fi/fantasy films, even those otherwise good, have bad romances?
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