- TheWrap just reported that it was Dwayne himself who blocked the Black Adam actors from appearing in the scene and he reportedly also blocked Zachary from appearing in Black Adam.
- On Tuesday afternoon (March 21), Zachary took to his Instagram Stories to comment on the story.
- “The truth shall set you free,” Zachary commented along with an upside down happy face emoji and a praising hands emoji.
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- Netflix’s live-action adaptation of the popular video game “Gears of War” moves one step closer as Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Jon Spaihts has boarded the project.
- Best known for co-writing “Dune,” “Dune: Part Two” and “Doctor Strange,” Spaihts will now take on the challenge of adapting “Gears of War,” one of gaming’s richest and most acclaimed video game sagas, with over 40 million copies sold.
- Keanu Reeves is reflecting on the life and legacy of his friend and co-star Lance Reddick, following the actor's untimely death.
- Reeves shared, "Lance is a very beautiful person and special artist. His grace and dignity, his shining light of character was just something really special."
- He added, "[I am] really grateful I had the chance to know him and work with him over almost 10 years."
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- We ended up having to wait much longer for John Wick: Chapter 4 than initially anticipated (it was first slated to come out May 21, 2021), but fortunately for fans, that wait is almost over.
- The John Wick: Chapter 4 reviews started coming in last week, just a few weeks after the first social media reactions were shared, and so far Chapter 4 is at 93% fresh.
- For comparison, the first John Wick movie is ranked at 86% and both Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 - Parabellum are ranked at 89%.
Read More at cinemablend.com
- Victoria Alonso joined Marvel Studios in 2005 as executive vice president of visual effects and postproduction, serving as co-producer on early Marvel Cinematic Universe films like “Iron Man,” “Iron Man 2,” “Thor” and “Captain America: The First Avenger.”
- Since then, Alonso has worked as an executive producer on every Marvel Cinematic Universe film and TV show since 2012’s “The Avengers.”