Regé-John Page Set to Star in New Netflix Film ‘The Gray Man’

Regé-John Page Set to Star in New Netflix Film ‘The Gray Man’

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The ever so popular Regé- John Page  has been getting a lot of attention since the hit show Bridgerton started streaming on Netflix. The show began streaming on Christmas Day and has been a mega hit for the service; fans just can’t get enough. Die hard fans who have been rewatching are also in luck, as season two starts production this spring. Fans are desperate for more–especially more of Regé-John Page, the actor who plays Simon the Duke of Hastings in Bridgerton. Image via Hellomagazine Just a couple of weeks ago Page hosted SNL. It has also been rumored that …

‘The Gray Man’ Adaptation by Russo Bros. Coming to Netflix

‘The Gray Man’ Adaptation by Russo Bros. Coming to Netflix

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Joe and Anthony Russo, directors of multiple Marvel movies including the record-breaking Avengers: Endgame, are set to direct Netflix’s adaptation of The Gray Man. The film will star Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, and it will have a budget of $200 million, making it Netflix’s most expensive film to date. Image via elle The Gray Man, based on the novel of the same name by Mark Greaney, follows a a deadly duel between two killers as Gentry (to be played by Ryan Gosling), a freelance assassin, is being hunted by a former cohort of the CIA, Lloyd Hansen (to be played by Chris …

Six Iconic Shakespeare Memes

Six Iconic Shakespeare Memes

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Shakespeare’s plays are whackier and whackier the more you read. Confusion, dirty jokes, and some pretty unbelievable things happening at sea. So many things are just begging to be memed. It’s a shame memes weren’t even invented until four hundred years after his death. At least we can give his works the meming they deserve retroactively. Image via Pintrest   What an icon. Shakespeare invented countless words, including the word countless. But let’s get to plot nonsense. I confess, my love of hamlet shows a little here, but who can blame me? There’s a reason it’s so widely read. Plus, …

Everything About ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Is Voluptuous

Everything About ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Is Voluptuous

Blade Runner 2049, a follow-up to 1982’s Blade Runner, is out. Todd McCarthy, film reviewer for the Hollywood Reporter, describes it as “a voluptuous mood bath.” While that’s almost offensively evocative, it does kind of capture the film’s look. Cinematographer Roger Deakins’ color palette is so lush that it seems to push forward even the original film’s classic aesthetic. If a viewer happened to be so drawn in by the pretty colors, they might even describe the movie as “voluptuous.”   Image Via Alcon Entertainment   Also voluptuous are, apparently, Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford. Film reviewer for the Wall Street …

Get Ready for Ryan Gosling in ‘Blade Runner 2049’

Get Ready for Ryan Gosling in ‘Blade Runner 2049’

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It’s been a while since Ryan Gosling has graced our screens. Okay, it hasn’t even been a year but in Gosling-deprivation time that is a while.    Based on Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Blade Runner has been beloved by sci-fi fans since its release in 1982. Now it’s about to get a whole new following with its long-awaited sequel Blade Runner 2049.   Dick’s novel is a fairly quick read, but there is a deep mythos behind it. The original Blade Runner didn’t touch much on the off-world colonies or widespread destruction in Dick’s book but based on what we’ve …