>All in all, Stephen King fans old and new seem to be hopping on the Bill Skarsgard bandwagon when it comes to the 2017 remake. However, as MoviePilot reports, that could all change now that the world is learning who else was in the running for the coveted part. That man was none other than Hugo Weaving. If his name doesn’t sound familiar, the roles played by the runner-up in the race to play Pennywise in the remake of Stephen King’s It certainly should. I could see this being SUCH nightmare fuel. Let's hope they made the right choice
If this is true then my level 0 enthusiasm for this shit is now in negative digits.
What the fuck was his problem?
Wanting to purge the other races using Freudian diatribe and wanting to penetrate Niles
He dated a pseud who left him at the altar and then married a cold-hearted bitch who took away his happiness. His mother is loving but overbearing and had a direct effect on every relationship in his life. His father was a good man, but they were too different to ever form a strong bond in his childhood and he lives in fear of being worse than his brother who lived pretty much the exact same life as him but was arguably better off.
>Simpson jokes you never got
>Kim just looks fragile, outside of good gymnastics none of her blows are convincing
>Trini actually looks pretty good and graceful most of the time
>Billy is stiff and awkward. looks like he blatantly rehearsing and suffers from kims problem of weak looking blows
>zack is just dancing around having a good time, also athletic as fuck
Jason was pretty good too. Not tommy level but not bad either
>When the shocking news broke that Bryan Fuller was stepping down as showrunner of Star Trek: Discovery, some fans held out hope that by staying on as an executive producer the Hannibal writer-producer would remain actively involved in the production.
>But that’s not how showrunner changes tend to really work behind the scenes (usually when you’re out, you’re out), and now Fuller himself is confirming that, yup, he’s out.
>“I’m not involved in production, or postproduction,...
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>“Ultimately, with my responsibilities [elsewhere], I could not do what CBS needed to have done in the time they needed it done for Star Trek,” Fuller explains to Newsweek. “It felt like it was best for me to focus on landing the plane with American Gods and making sure that was delivered in as elegant and sophisticated a fashion as I could possibly do.”
Anyone here like the Prequel Trilogy, or, at the very least, appreciate them?
>we decided to watch all the tapes
Were there any survivors?
>it's a Carl and Negan become bros episode
Are you hyped for Sunday /tv/?
Would you watch a Seinfeld season 10 set in modern day starring the original cast?
They can begin the first episode in the coffee shop with George complaining about Star Wars being rebooted
Can Kramer be a full blown racist like he is in real life? If answer is yes.......then yes!
Just saw Arrival, I don't know if i liked it or not. What's your thoughts about it /tv/?
Is Mad Men feminist?
lmao the mad man aint femonist yo lol minds me of seen wher the mad man cums home an seids to his wife you mak e me the dinner lol and shes says back to him this is the dinner lmao an the mad man seids back i am eating th a dinner at this point in tim lol
I walked out of the theatre at the end of Civil War, after dropping $100 on the night, feeling like I was gang raped by the Marvel Universe..........
HOW COULD THEY FUCK UP A MOVIE THAT BAD???? It's really shaken my faith in the upcoming Spiderman movies.......and the reviews?
How the fuck did it score higher than BmanvsSman?? Some really shady under the table money transfers is the only way I can explain it..........
>Was Civil War the worst Marvel movie ever?
What kind of script do you think she's reading?
It's fucking for the visually impaired, what a waste of my time
Where does the good end and the bad begin?
Good = Goldeneye,
Mediocre = The world is not enough
Bad = Tomorrow never dies
complete shit = Die another day
>The Wizard of Oz
>My Neighbor Totoro
>A New Hope
>The Grapes of Wrath
I'm surprided My Neighbor Totoro was on there. It's a fantastic kid's film, and on such a higher tier than artificial garbage like Wall-E, but as an overall film?
I guess I'm not one to judge, at least on this list.
What are the most /pol/-tier movies?
WHY ARE YOU HEERE..
>I should have made more bane threads.
WHO HYPE HERE
What would happen if a main actor like Kit or Emilia just dropped dead. What the fuck would they do. Has that kind of thing ever happened in a major TV show before?
>“There was a lot of really cool ideas that some of the writers had,” Stewart said. “They had an episode where they really wanted to do a Superman curse that was about every actor who plays Superman ends up getting killed. So they find out that Tom Welling from Smallville is next and have to save him. I thought that was one of the funniest ideas that I’d heard.”
Press F for the kino that never was
hey guys what's up
it's me, kraft punk