Four different Marvel Cinematic Universe superheroes are in this film: Chris Evans, who plays Captain America, Anthony Mackie, who plays Sam Wilson/Falcon, Chris Pratt, who plays Peter Quill/Star-Lord and Martin Freeman who plays Everett K Ross. 184 of 201 found this interesting.
The scene in which Noland is talking with Stan by the fireplace of Stan's home was shot in one continuous take with the camera rotating slowly around Noland. The shot lasts 3 minutes and 46 seconds. The flight number of the crashed aircraft, FedEx 88, at the time of filming was a real flight number.
The real Helen and Frank Beardsley had two children following their marriage: Joe and Helen. Lucille Ball co-produced the film under her company, Desilu Productions. When the film became a surprise smash hit grossing over $17 million on a $2.5 million investment, she became furious about it.
Only Arthur O'Connell, Reta Shaw, and Elizabeth Wilson recreated their roles. Holden was cast as Hal Carter over Ralph Meeker, who had played him onstage. The role of his college roommate had been played by Paul Newman on Broadway; Cliff Robertson got the film part.
Inside legendary cult director Lloyd Kaufman’s Manhattan mutant manor
“Ye olde curiosity...Avenue, in a one-bedroom apartment they paid $350 a month for. Kaufman still takes the Q train to...parody of “The Tempest,” the 94-minute movie ...
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Looper Theatrical release poster Directed byRian Johnson Written byRian Johnson Produced by Ram Bergman James D. Stern Starring Bruce Willis Joseph Gordon-Levitt Emily Blunt Paul Dano Noah Segan Piper Perabo Jeff Daniels CinematographySteve Yedlin Edited byBob Ducsay Music byNathan Johnson Production companies TriStar Pictures FilmDistrict Endgame Entertainment DMG Entertainment Ram Bergman Productions Distributed bySony Pictures Releasing Release dates September 6, 2012 September 28, 2012 Runni
Ingrid Bergman, Susan Hayward, Rita Hayworth, Katharine Hepburn, Jennifer Jones and Ginger Rogers were considered for Baby Jane. The film takes place in 1917, 1935 and 1962. In addition to her trademark number "I've Written a Letter to Daddy," the young Baby Jane apparently had other hit songs in her act.