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When Thor – 77% was released, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) was taking shape, so the shortcomings of the film were not so badly received by the public. Instead, by the time Thor: A Dark World arrived – 66%, it was clear that the sequel carried defects of the first part that could not be resolved. Furthermore, although the association Warner Bros.-DC best known for all the litigation over her final cuts, this second part of the God of Thunder suffered something similar. In fact, Alan Taylor, the film’s director, was deeply disappointed in the industry as a whole.

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Nobody doubts that Chris Hemsworth is perfect for Thor, like Tom Hiddleston as Loki, but the sequel could not depend solely on his on-screen chemistry, and the presence of an unhappy Natalie Portman made the situation worse. The actress had recommended Patty Jenkins for Thor, a dark world, but the production company did not want to risk such a product to a female director. Portman had no choice but to fulfill his contract and shoot the film, but his disinterest in it is almost palpable to the audience.

The good news is that Thor: Ragnarok – 92% fixed many of the issues with character development and allowed the audience to get acquainted with a Thor closer to the comics in terms of his power. Taika Waititi did such a good job that he managed to convince Portman to return for a fourth installment, making Thor the only one of the Avengers to beat the trilogy. But what exactly went wrong with the second part? On the one hand it seems that Marvel I was in a hurry to present another one of the infinity gems, but the editing problems, as well as the lack of a solid script, are also very noticeable.

For the vast majority, Thor, a dark world It is the worst installment of the franchise, beyond the millions that it may or may not generate at the global box office. To find the problem, it is necessary to analyze what was happening at that time with the plans of the UCM. A book called The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where we can find all the details about the best and worst moments of these films, including what could be.

You may also like: Thor: Ragnarok becomes a trend because fans say it is the best of Marvel

The book details (via The Direct) the problems that occurred before, during and after the production of Thor, a dark world; specifically, Kevin Feige himself reveals the problem. It seems like shortly after filming ended, Marvel decided to bring in screenwriters Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely and Joss Whedon to create new scenes and improve some that they considered weak. Feige relates it like this:

We had purple cards, and every time a new idea came up, we put one up … and suddenly, it was a purple sea on the wall.

The producer Louis D´Esposito he estimated that the sequel would require more than a month to film the necessary reshoots. Although it is not uncommon for a movie to need reshoots, especially one of this magnitude, the time that was devoted to it is rare; new scenes usually take only a couple of weeks to shoot.

Kevin Feige considers that this stumbling block allowed everyone involved in the UCM remain humble in the face of new challenges. Although we were still far from Avengers: Infinity War – 79% y Avengers: Endgame – 95%, the characters of Marvel they were already established among the public so the money was insured. What is very positive about Thor, a dark world is that Feige and his team knew that the box office would be on their side, but that did not mean giving up the tape for lost. When the producer noticed the mistakes and the possibilities for improvement, he accepted the extra month of filming and tried to fix the story during the editing process as much as possible. It’s possible that the initial cut was even worse, but what we finally saw, and it belongs to canon, is a minor product, but one that didn’t feel like a waste of time among fans either.

Do not leave without reading: After working with Marvel, director of Thor: A Dark World lost the desire to make movies

.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Kevin Feige explains why Thor: Dark World went wrong

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When Thor – 77% was released, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) was taking shape, so the shortcomings of the film were not so badly received by the public. Instead, by the time Thor: A Dark World arrived – 66%, it was clear that the sequel carried defects of the first part that could not be resolved. Furthermore, although the association Warner Bros.-DC best known for all the litigation over her final cuts, this second part of the God of Thunder suffered something similar. In fact, Alan Taylor, the film’s director, was deeply disappointed in the industry as a whole.

Subscribe here to Disney Plus

Nobody doubts that Chris Hemsworth is perfect for Thor, like Tom Hiddleston as Loki, but the sequel could not depend solely on his on-screen chemistry, and the presence of an unhappy Natalie Portman made the situation worse. The actress had recommended Patty Jenkins for Thor, a dark world, but the production company did not want to risk such a product to a female director. Portman had no choice but to fulfill his contract and shoot the film, but his disinterest in it is almost palpable to the audience.

The good news is that Thor: Ragnarok – 92% fixed many of the issues with character development and allowed the audience to get acquainted with a Thor closer to the comics in terms of his power. Taika Waititi did such a good job that he managed to convince Portman to return for a fourth installment, making Thor the only one of the Avengers to beat the trilogy. But what exactly went wrong with the second part? On the one hand it seems that Marvel I was in a hurry to present another one of the infinity gems, but the editing problems, as well as the lack of a solid script, are also very noticeable.

For the vast majority, Thor, a dark world It is the worst installment of the franchise, beyond the millions that it may or may not generate at the global box office. To find the problem, it is necessary to analyze what was happening at that time with the plans of the UCM. A book called The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where we can find all the details about the best and worst moments of these films, including what could be.

You may also like: Thor: Ragnarok becomes a trend because fans say it is the best of Marvel

The book details (via The Direct) the problems that occurred before, during and after the production of Thor, a dark world; specifically, Kevin Feige himself reveals the problem. It seems like shortly after filming ended, Marvel decided to bring in screenwriters Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely and Joss Whedon to create new scenes and improve some that they considered weak. Feige relates it like this:

We had purple cards, and every time a new idea came up, we put one up … and suddenly, it was a purple sea on the wall.

The producer Louis D´Esposito he estimated that the sequel would require more than a month to film the necessary reshoots. Although it is not uncommon for a movie to need reshoots, especially one of this magnitude, the time that was devoted to it is rare; new scenes usually take only a couple of weeks to shoot.

Kevin Feige considers that this stumbling block allowed everyone involved in the UCM remain humble in the face of new challenges. Although we were still far from Avengers: Infinity War – 79% y Avengers: Endgame – 95%, the characters of Marvel they were already established among the public so the money was insured. What is very positive about Thor, a dark world is that Feige and his team knew that the box office would be on their side, but that did not mean giving up the tape for lost. When the producer noticed the mistakes and the possibilities for improvement, he accepted the extra month of filming and tried to fix the story during the editing process as much as possible. It’s possible that the initial cut was even worse, but what we finally saw, and it belongs to canon, is a minor product, but one that didn’t feel like a waste of time among fans either.

Do not leave without reading: After working with Marvel, director of Thor: A Dark World lost the desire to make movies

.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Kevin Feige explains why Thor: Dark World went wrong

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630798221) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(52) "Oscar Isaac criticizes Star War for its abuse of CGI" ["link"]=> string(84) "https://celebs.cool/2021/09/04/oscar-isaac-criticizes-star-war-for-its-abuse-of-cgi/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 04 Sep 2021 22:59:03 +0000" ["category"]=> string(229) "Trending TodayabusecgicriticizesduneIsaacOscarOscar Isaacoutstanding newsspecial effectsStarstar warsstar wars: the force awakensstar wars: the last jedistar wars: the rise of skywalkerthe card countervenice film festival 2021War" ["guid"]=> string(84) "https://celebs.cool/2021/09/04/oscar-isaac-criticizes-star-war-for-its-abuse-of-cgi/" ["description"]=> string(568) "In recent years Oscar Isaac has made a name for himself in the film and entertainment industry, we have already seen him work with renowned filmmakers like the Coen brothers and popular filmmakers like Zack Snyder, but in the last six years his career has been marked for his role as Poe Dameron in the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6811) "

In recent years Oscar Isaac has made a name for himself in the film and entertainment industry, we have already seen him work with renowned filmmakers like the Coen brothers and popular filmmakers like Zack Snyder, but in the last six years his career has been marked for his role as Poe Dameron in the Star Wars sequel trilogy: Star Wars: The Force Awakens – 92%, Star Wars: The Last Jedi – 91% and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – 61%.

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Although we will see it soon in the sci-fi epic Dune – 80%, Isaac expressed during his time at the Venice Film Festival 2021 that he is happy to have been able to do a “character study” in his new film, The Card Counter – 100%, directed by Paul Schrader, after spending several years working on “the space land of green screens”, this as a reference to his time through Star Wars, without a doubt.

The green screens you refer to are a well-known special effects technique where actors stand in front of a bright green (or blue) colored cloth, which is later removed with special effects and replaced by any landscape, be it a distant planet, outer space, or a real city as it was seen in the last century. These were his words, according to Deadline (via The Playlist):

I’ve been in the space land of green screens for quite a few years, and I was desperate to do a character study.

Also read: Oscar Isaac says Dune is a masterpiece and cinematic achievement

Despite Isaac’s words, the Star Wars sequel trilogy stood out above the prequels in its use of special effects, as it balanced practical special effects with computer-generated effects (CGI), but what it couldn’t balancing out were the scripts for his three installments, which feel improvised and contradictory.

The Card Counter has been well received by critics, as well as Duneby Denis Villeneuve. Although one might think that when speaking of space earth he also refers to Dune, it seems that he has a different concept from the latter, because in an interview with Total Film He said that these are very different franchises:

Sure, there are some spaceships too. But that’s where the similarities end [con Star Wars]. [Dune] It is not a typical science fiction movie. It has elements of that, but it is also a meditation. What Frank Herbert did, and then Denis did as well, is explore those themes of the family, of the clashes of cultures, and simply put it in a setting that allows you to dream about it.

In this season that we have not had new Star Wars movies, streaming has been one of the most accessible means for the public to enjoy new productions of their interest; in 2020 we had several successful series, Netflix stood out again with Cobra Kai – 95%, Ratched – 87%, Emily in Paris – 95% and Queen’s Gambit – 93%, among others, but Disney was not far behind, as the second season of The Mandalorian – 91% was one of the most watched at the time, and there are several Star Wars series in development.

Zack Snyder also triumphed in streaming in the horror and science fiction genre thanks to The Army of the Dead – 78%, but later it was announced that he would make a science fiction film titled Rebel Moon, which picks up on an idea he presented to Lucasfilm more than ten years ago for a potential Star Wars film. The franchise created by George Lucas had a huge influence on Hollywood and it is not surprising that other studios want to replicate its success. Thus Rebel Moon was hyped ever since it was announced as a sort of Star Wars combined with Akira Kurosawa movies (specifically The Seven Samurais – 100%).

Entertainment has been a very important part of the lockdown due to the pandemic; little by little with vaccination people have returned to the movies but it has been a slow process and there is still a long way to go before the world can return to normal pre-pandemic.

Don’t leave without reading: Star Wars: essay proposes droids are an allegory of slavery

.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Oscar Isaac criticizes Star War for its abuse of CGI

" } ["summary"]=> string(568) "In recent years Oscar Isaac has made a name for himself in the film and entertainment industry, we have already seen him work with renowned filmmakers like the Coen brothers and popular filmmakers like Zack Snyder, but in the last six years his career has been marked for his role as Poe Dameron in the ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(6811) "

In recent years Oscar Isaac has made a name for himself in the film and entertainment industry, we have already seen him work with renowned filmmakers like the Coen brothers and popular filmmakers like Zack Snyder, but in the last six years his career has been marked for his role as Poe Dameron in the Star Wars sequel trilogy: Star Wars: The Force Awakens – 92%, Star Wars: The Last Jedi – 91% and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – 61%.

Subscribe here to Disney Plus

Although we will see it soon in the sci-fi epic Dune – 80%, Isaac expressed during his time at the Venice Film Festival 2021 that he is happy to have been able to do a “character study” in his new film, The Card Counter – 100%, directed by Paul Schrader, after spending several years working on “the space land of green screens”, this as a reference to his time through Star Wars, without a doubt.

The green screens you refer to are a well-known special effects technique where actors stand in front of a bright green (or blue) colored cloth, which is later removed with special effects and replaced by any landscape, be it a distant planet, outer space, or a real city as it was seen in the last century. These were his words, according to Deadline (via The Playlist):

I’ve been in the space land of green screens for quite a few years, and I was desperate to do a character study.

Also read: Oscar Isaac says Dune is a masterpiece and cinematic achievement

Despite Isaac’s words, the Star Wars sequel trilogy stood out above the prequels in its use of special effects, as it balanced practical special effects with computer-generated effects (CGI), but what it couldn’t balancing out were the scripts for his three installments, which feel improvised and contradictory.

The Card Counter has been well received by critics, as well as Duneby Denis Villeneuve. Although one might think that when speaking of space earth he also refers to Dune, it seems that he has a different concept from the latter, because in an interview with Total Film He said that these are very different franchises:

Sure, there are some spaceships too. But that’s where the similarities end [con Star Wars]. [Dune] It is not a typical science fiction movie. It has elements of that, but it is also a meditation. What Frank Herbert did, and then Denis did as well, is explore those themes of the family, of the clashes of cultures, and simply put it in a setting that allows you to dream about it.

In this season that we have not had new Star Wars movies, streaming has been one of the most accessible means for the public to enjoy new productions of their interest; in 2020 we had several successful series, Netflix stood out again with Cobra Kai – 95%, Ratched – 87%, Emily in Paris – 95% and Queen’s Gambit – 93%, among others, but Disney was not far behind, as the second season of The Mandalorian – 91% was one of the most watched at the time, and there are several Star Wars series in development.

Zack Snyder also triumphed in streaming in the horror and science fiction genre thanks to The Army of the Dead – 78%, but later it was announced that he would make a science fiction film titled Rebel Moon, which picks up on an idea he presented to Lucasfilm more than ten years ago for a potential Star Wars film. The franchise created by George Lucas had a huge influence on Hollywood and it is not surprising that other studios want to replicate its success. Thus Rebel Moon was hyped ever since it was announced as a sort of Star Wars combined with Akira Kurosawa movies (specifically The Seven Samurais – 100%).

Entertainment has been a very important part of the lockdown due to the pandemic; little by little with vaccination people have returned to the movies but it has been a slow process and there is still a long way to go before the world can return to normal pre-pandemic.

Don’t leave without reading: Star Wars: essay proposes droids are an allegory of slavery

.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Oscar Isaac criticizes Star War for its abuse of CGI

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630796343) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(99) "Virtual School Enrollments Grow. Performance, Research Evidence, and Policymaking Missing in Action" ["link"]=> string(128) "https://celebs.cool/2021/09/04/virtual-school-enrollments-grow-performance-research-evidence-and-policymaking-missing-in-action/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "FuzzySkunk" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 04 Sep 2021 22:40:55 +0000" ["category"]=> string(21) "Health & Science News" ["guid"]=> string(128) "https://celebs.cool/2021/09/04/virtual-school-enrollments-grow-performance-research-evidence-and-policymaking-missing-in-action/" ["description"]=> string(790) "BOULDER, CO (May 6, 2021) – Virtual Schools in the U.S. 2021 provides vital scholarly analyses of virtual schools at a time of increased enthusiasm for moving schooling online, nationally and internationally. The report examines the characteristics and performance of full-time, publicly funded K-12 virtual schools. It also reviews the relevant available research related to virtual ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3607) "

BOULDER, CO (May 6, 2021) – Virtual Schools in the U.S. 2021 provides vital scholarly analyses of virtual schools at a time of increased enthusiasm for moving schooling online, nationally and internationally. The report examines the characteristics and performance of full-time, publicly funded K-12 virtual schools. It also reviews the relevant available research related to virtual school practices, provides an overview of recent state legislative efforts to craft virtual school policy, and offers policy recommendations based on the available evidence.

A team of researchers led by Alex Molnar, Gary Miron, Michael Barbour, Luis Huerta, and Jennifer King Rice found that enrollments in virtual schools have continued to climb, with 477 full-time virtual schools enrolling 332,379 students in 2019-2020. Yet this growth of the sector has continued despite scant research to support it and continued poor overall performance. Not only did the proportion of acceptable performance ratings for full-time virtual schools drop in 2019-2020 to 42.8%, but the average graduation rate of 54.6% for these schools falls well below the 85% overall average national graduation rate. Furthermore, the sector is dominated by for-profit providers. Although for-profit EMOs operated only 29.8% of full-time virtual schools, these schools enrolled 59.1% of all virtual school students.

Policymakers have yet to adequately address six pressing areas of concern related to virtual schools: their governance, funding, accountability, curriculum, instruction quality, and teacher quality. Nor have policymakers figured out how to regulate virtual schools’ student-teacher ratios or ensure that virtual schools provide access and an equitable education for every student.

The report is organized into three sections: (1) Full-Time Virtual and Blended Schools: Enrollment, Student Characteristics, and Performance; (2) Research into Virtual and Blended Schools: A Lasting Legacy of Little Impact; and (3) Key Policy Issues in Virtual Schools: Finance and Governance, Instructional Quality, and Teacher Quality. Altogether, the report offers a number of recommendations for policymakers, including:

Find Virtual Schools in the U.S. 2021, by Alex Molnar, Gary Miron, Michael Barbour, Luis Huerta, and Jennifer King Rice at:
http://nepc.colorado.edu/publication/virtual-schools-annual-2021

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Virtual School Enrollments Grow. Performance, Research Evidence, and Policymaking Missing in Action

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BOULDER, CO (May 6, 2021) – Virtual Schools in the U.S. 2021 provides vital scholarly analyses of virtual schools at a time of increased enthusiasm for moving schooling online, nationally and internationally. The report examines the characteristics and performance of full-time, publicly funded K-12 virtual schools. It also reviews the relevant available research related to virtual school practices, provides an overview of recent state legislative efforts to craft virtual school policy, and offers policy recommendations based on the available evidence.

A team of researchers led by Alex Molnar, Gary Miron, Michael Barbour, Luis Huerta, and Jennifer King Rice found that enrollments in virtual schools have continued to climb, with 477 full-time virtual schools enrolling 332,379 students in 2019-2020. Yet this growth of the sector has continued despite scant research to support it and continued poor overall performance. Not only did the proportion of acceptable performance ratings for full-time virtual schools drop in 2019-2020 to 42.8%, but the average graduation rate of 54.6% for these schools falls well below the 85% overall average national graduation rate. Furthermore, the sector is dominated by for-profit providers. Although for-profit EMOs operated only 29.8% of full-time virtual schools, these schools enrolled 59.1% of all virtual school students.

Policymakers have yet to adequately address six pressing areas of concern related to virtual schools: their governance, funding, accountability, curriculum, instruction quality, and teacher quality. Nor have policymakers figured out how to regulate virtual schools’ student-teacher ratios or ensure that virtual schools provide access and an equitable education for every student.

The report is organized into three sections: (1) Full-Time Virtual and Blended Schools: Enrollment, Student Characteristics, and Performance; (2) Research into Virtual and Blended Schools: A Lasting Legacy of Little Impact; and (3) Key Policy Issues in Virtual Schools: Finance and Governance, Instructional Quality, and Teacher Quality. Altogether, the report offers a number of recommendations for policymakers, including:

Find Virtual Schools in the U.S. 2021, by Alex Molnar, Gary Miron, Michael Barbour, Luis Huerta, and Jennifer King Rice at:
http://nepc.colorado.edu/publication/virtual-schools-annual-2021

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Virtual School Enrollments Grow. Performance, Research Evidence, and Policymaking Missing in Action

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630795255) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(51) "Couples in Fiction and Reality: A Life from a Movie" ["link"]=> string(82) "https://celebs.cool/2021/09/04/couples-in-fiction-and-reality-a-life-from-a-movie/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 04 Sep 2021 22:39:38 +0000" ["category"]=> string(40) "Daily NewscouplesFICTIONlifemoviereality" ["guid"]=> string(82) "https://celebs.cool/2021/09/04/couples-in-fiction-and-reality-a-life-from-a-movie/" ["description"]=> string(558) "It is common to believe that working with your partner supposes an added wear and tear on the relationship, because all the problems that arise in the workplace end up leading to an argument at home. Something very curious happens in the world of cinema, and that is there are a lot of couples in ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(13085) "

It is common to believe that working with your partner supposes an added wear and tear on the relationship, because all the problems that arise in the workplace end up leading to an argument at home. Something very curious happens in the world of cinema, and that is there are a lot of couples in reality, who either by chance or by a film marketing decision have ended up being spouses on the big screen as well. These are just some of the couples in fiction and in real life that have left the filmography of some actors.

Ryan Gosling y Eva Mendes

Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling in “Crossroads” (Sidney Kimmel Entertainment)

The movie in question was the family drama Crossroad and it is impossible to observe certain scenes without thinking that these two figures really love each other. In Derek Cianfrance’s film, Gosling plays a risky fairground biker who wants to care for and start a family with the character of Eva Mendes, however his troubled past will lead him to mark the destiny of his offspring through poor decisions.

Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz

couples in fiction
Javier Bardem and Penélope Cruz in “Loving Pablo” (RTVE)

They are, by far, the most mediatic Spanish couple and a completely consolidated relationship (They have been together for more than 20 years). The most talented children in Spanish cinema met while filming Ham Ham, but it took a long time until they formalized their relationship. They have been a couple in fiction several times, the last one under the watchful eye of Fernando León de Aranoa in Loving Pablo. In this history, Bardem played Pablo Escobar and Penelope the journalist Virginia Vallejo. A story of pure passion for lovers, where the actress has acknowledged in subsequent interviews that she was unable to speak with her husband for some time due to the memory of the intensity of the drug dealer’s performance.

Emily Blunt y John Krasinski

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt in “A Quiet Place” (Paramount Pictures)

Krasinski directs and plays the father of the family in this post-apocalyptic world, in which earth-dwelling creatures have ultrasensitive hearing capable of attacking anyone who makes the slightest noise. Emily Blunt is the mother and with her two children (and another on the way) she tries to lead a normal life on a farm on the outskirts of the city. Recently, several rumors emerged about the possibility of this couple playing the two leaders and husbands of Fantastic 4, Reed Richards and Sue Storm.

Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara

couples in fiction
Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix in “María Magdalena” (Filmnation entertainment)

It is one of the couples in fiction and in real life best known and loved by Hollywood. They met on the set of Her, where Rooney Mara was ex of the character of Phoenix. From there arose a beautiful friendship that years later would derive in relationship. In the cinema we have been able to see them together again, not as a couple, but as a special sentimental relationship in Maria Magdalena. Phoenix played the son of God, and Mara played Mary Magdalene, in a story that rediscovers the figure of this apostle of the apostles, as John Paul II well defined her.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Couples in Fiction and Reality: A Life from a Movie

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It is common to believe that working with your partner supposes an added wear and tear on the relationship, because all the problems that arise in the workplace end up leading to an argument at home. Something very curious happens in the world of cinema, and that is there are a lot of couples in reality, who either by chance or by a film marketing decision have ended up being spouses on the big screen as well. These are just some of the couples in fiction and in real life that have left the filmography of some actors.

Ryan Gosling y Eva Mendes

Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling in “Crossroads” (Sidney Kimmel Entertainment)

The movie in question was the family drama Crossroad and it is impossible to observe certain scenes without thinking that these two figures really love each other. In Derek Cianfrance’s film, Gosling plays a risky fairground biker who wants to care for and start a family with the character of Eva Mendes, however his troubled past will lead him to mark the destiny of his offspring through poor decisions.

Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz

couples in fiction
Javier Bardem and Penélope Cruz in “Loving Pablo” (RTVE)

They are, by far, the most mediatic Spanish couple and a completely consolidated relationship (They have been together for more than 20 years). The most talented children in Spanish cinema met while filming Ham Ham, but it took a long time until they formalized their relationship. They have been a couple in fiction several times, the last one under the watchful eye of Fernando León de Aranoa in Loving Pablo. In this history, Bardem played Pablo Escobar and Penelope the journalist Virginia Vallejo. A story of pure passion for lovers, where the actress has acknowledged in subsequent interviews that she was unable to speak with her husband for some time due to the memory of the intensity of the drug dealer’s performance.

Emily Blunt y John Krasinski

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt in “A Quiet Place” (Paramount Pictures)

Krasinski directs and plays the father of the family in this post-apocalyptic world, in which earth-dwelling creatures have ultrasensitive hearing capable of attacking anyone who makes the slightest noise. Emily Blunt is the mother and with her two children (and another on the way) she tries to lead a normal life on a farm on the outskirts of the city. Recently, several rumors emerged about the possibility of this couple playing the two leaders and husbands of Fantastic 4, Reed Richards and Sue Storm.

Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara

couples in fiction
Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix in “María Magdalena” (Filmnation entertainment)

It is one of the couples in fiction and in real life best known and loved by Hollywood. They met on the set of Her, where Rooney Mara was ex of the character of Phoenix. From there arose a beautiful friendship that years later would derive in relationship. In the cinema we have been able to see them together again, not as a couple, but as a special sentimental relationship in Maria Magdalena. Phoenix played the son of God, and Mara played Mary Magdalene, in a story that rediscovers the figure of this apostle of the apostles, as John Paul II well defined her.

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Couples in Fiction and Reality: A Life from a Movie

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630795178) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(35) "Demand and a new way of consumption" ["link"]=> string(67) "https://celebs.cool/2021/09/04/demand-and-a-new-way-of-consumption/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 04 Sep 2021 22:28:15 +0000" ["category"]=> string(31) "Trending TodayconsumptionDemand" ["guid"]=> string(67) "https://celebs.cool/2021/09/04/demand-and-a-new-way-of-consumption/" ["description"]=> string(527) "Don’t forget to follow us on Google News to stay informed Without a doubt, she was no longer comfortable with her role and that was evident. His statements, weeks before the premiere of Black Widow, which stated that the treatment of his character in the film Iron Man 2 had been heavily sexualized, it was ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9509) "

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Without a doubt, she was no longer comfortable with her role and that was evident. His statements, weeks before the premiere of Black Widow, which stated that the treatment of his character in the film Iron Man 2 had been heavily sexualized, it was the kickoff of his dissatisfaction with the image of his role. Although he clarified at the time that the film played by Robert Downey Jr. He was over ten years old, he couldn’t help but fall into the discomfort of feeling that something was not right. In the same way, he made claims regarding the wardrobe of his last film.

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Scarlett Johansson with Robert Downey Jr. in the movie Iron Man 2

But the troubled relationship ended up breaking when Scarlett denounced Disney for breach of contract. According to her and her lawyers, they allege that they scammed her, since Disney sold the movie of Marvel Black Widow on your streaming service Disney+while the movie was still in theaters. Marvel and Johansson They agreed four years ago that their compensation would be based on the sale of movie tickets. The actress and her legal team have argued that the simultaneous release of Black Widow on Disney+ box office revenue declined.

Black Widow from Marvel Studios | New Official Trailer (Subtitled)

Following the complaint of Johansson, Disney came out with the spike caps, stating that the actress’ lawsuit was “especially sad and disturbing due to her callous disregard for the horrible and lingering global effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.” This low blow on the part of the company of the mouse tried to base the incorporation to Disney+ of the film for “humanitarian” reasons: despite the opening of cinemas, not all people felt safe to attend for fear of the scourge of the pandemic, especially if they had pre-existing diseases. The platform provided the ease of accessing movies released in cinemas.

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While is true that Johansson was privileged to have a job throughout the pandemic, it must also be said that this situation is not a reason for a company as powerful as Disney don’t pay your actors what is due. We must bear in mind that streaming platforms are here to stay, being another way of consuming cinema and ultimately, all the profits generated within the service will be for the content distribution company, with the actors and directors of said not obtaining any benefit. films.

In your opportunity, Emma Stone was the subject of rumors as he found himself in a situation identical to that of Johansson, assuming that the actress would follow in the footsteps of the former Black widow, but it was not like that. Stone signed a deal for the movie sequel Cruella, earning praise from her employers for her contributions as a “creative partner.”

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Emma Stone signed a contract with Disney for her next film

Emma Stone closed a contract with Disney for her next film “Cruella 2”

But Scarlett It is not Emma and the Brothers Joe and Anthony Russo (film directors Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame) are closer to Johansson what of Stone. The Russo have come to a standstill in their negotiations to direct another Marvel in the context of the lawsuit filed against Disney. The uncertainty in the release model of the films, generated a rethinking of the distribution conditions of their next work and how they would be paid.

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Brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, directors of Avengers Endgame

Brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, directors of Avengers Endgame

While Disney tries to bring the lawsuit to Johansson from the jurisdiction of California to that of New York To raise it in an arbitration court, which would conveniently be private and confidential, thus protecting the “prestige” of the mouse brand, voices continue to add questioning this form of contract, making the conflict an impossible topic to avoid.

Johansson installed a valid and important debate within Hollywood: Is it fair for production companies not to share their earnings from views on streaming platforms in terms of release weeks for those movies?

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Without a doubt, she was no longer comfortable with her role and that was evident. His statements, weeks before the premiere of Black Widow, which stated that the treatment of his character in the film Iron Man 2 had been heavily sexualized, it was the kickoff of his dissatisfaction with the image of his role. Although he clarified at the time that the film played by Robert Downey Jr. He was over ten years old, he couldn’t help but fall into the discomfort of feeling that something was not right. In the same way, he made claims regarding the wardrobe of his last film.

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Scarlett Johansson with Robert Downey Jr. in the movie Iron Man 2

But the troubled relationship ended up breaking when Scarlett denounced Disney for breach of contract. According to her and her lawyers, they allege that they scammed her, since Disney sold the movie of Marvel Black Widow on your streaming service Disney+while the movie was still in theaters. Marvel and Johansson They agreed four years ago that their compensation would be based on the sale of movie tickets. The actress and her legal team have argued that the simultaneous release of Black Widow on Disney+ box office revenue declined.

Black Widow from Marvel Studios | New Official Trailer (Subtitled)

Following the complaint of Johansson, Disney came out with the spike caps, stating that the actress’ lawsuit was “especially sad and disturbing due to her callous disregard for the horrible and lingering global effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.” This low blow on the part of the company of the mouse tried to base the incorporation to Disney+ of the film for “humanitarian” reasons: despite the opening of cinemas, not all people felt safe to attend for fear of the scourge of the pandemic, especially if they had pre-existing diseases. The platform provided the ease of accessing movies released in cinemas.

https://twitter.com/TweegyBlink/status/1425160119818489857

While is true that Johansson was privileged to have a job throughout the pandemic, it must also be said that this situation is not a reason for a company as powerful as Disney don’t pay your actors what is due. We must bear in mind that streaming platforms are here to stay, being another way of consuming cinema and ultimately, all the profits generated within the service will be for the content distribution company, with the actors and directors of said not obtaining any benefit. films.

In your opportunity, Emma Stone was the subject of rumors as he found himself in a situation identical to that of Johansson, assuming that the actress would follow in the footsteps of the former Black widow, but it was not like that. Stone signed a deal for the movie sequel Cruella, earning praise from her employers for her contributions as a “creative partner.”

image.png

Emma Stone signed a contract with Disney for her next film

Emma Stone closed a contract with Disney for her next film “Cruella 2”

But Scarlett It is not Emma and the Brothers Joe and Anthony Russo (film directors Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame) are closer to Johansson what of Stone. The Russo have come to a standstill in their negotiations to direct another Marvel in the context of the lawsuit filed against Disney. The uncertainty in the release model of the films, generated a rethinking of the distribution conditions of their next work and how they would be paid.

image.png

Brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, directors of Avengers Endgame

Brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, directors of Avengers Endgame

While Disney tries to bring the lawsuit to Johansson from the jurisdiction of California to that of New York To raise it in an arbitration court, which would conveniently be private and confidential, thus protecting the “prestige” of the mouse brand, voices continue to add questioning this form of contract, making the conflict an impossible topic to avoid.

Johansson installed a valid and important debate within Hollywood: Is it fair for production companies not to share their earnings from views on streaming platforms in terms of release weeks for those movies?

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Demand and a new way of consumption

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630794495) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(93) "Milla Jovovich’s dilemma: great movie heroine or a pigeonhole career? | Celebrities, Vips" ["link"]=> string(115) "https://celebs.cool/2021/09/04/milla-jovovichs-dilemma-great-movie-heroine-or-a-pigeonhole-career-celebrities-vips/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 04 Sep 2021 22:08:03 +0000" ["category"]=> string(79) "Daily NewscareerCelebritiesdilemmagreatheroineJovovichsMillamoviepigeonholeVips" ["guid"]=> string(115) "https://celebs.cool/2021/09/04/milla-jovovichs-dilemma-great-movie-heroine-or-a-pigeonhole-career-celebrities-vips/" ["description"]=> string(717) "Eight. That is the number of times Jovovich mile has collaborated with the director, screenwriter and producer Paul W.S. Anderson on the big screen in the last twenty years. Both agreed for the first time in Resident Evil, one of the first and most successful film adaptations of a video game. The blockbuster it changed ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8995) "

Eight. That is the number of times Jovovich mile has collaborated with the director, screenwriter and producer Paul W.S. Anderson on the big screen in the last twenty years. Both agreed for the first time in Resident Evil, one of the first and most successful film adaptations of a video game. The blockbuster it changed both their lives. The acclaimed Ukrainian model confirmed that she had a place as a Hollywood star, confirming the pop impact that her character Leeloo – the one with the orange bob wig – had on The fifth element and moving away from the catwalks. In the case of the British, at that time a thirty-year-old with only one film behind him, he achieved the status of master of the science fiction and horror genre that he continues to hold despite criticism. Beyond the professional field, their meeting above all marked the beginning of a sentimental relationship that has survived to this day and that has resulted in up to three children. However, before the premiere of his umpteenth four-handed project, Monster Hunter, more and more people are wondering what would have happened to Jovovich’s promising career had they not fallen in love with the director.

“I think he realized that to be with me you also have to work with me”, says the actress in one of her most recent interviews, with Vogue Arabia, about the duration of his sentimental and professional relationship with the filmmaker. The touch makes the affection and Jovovich is the best proof of it. The three times he has said ‘yes, I do’ have been to men who were partners rather than couples. In 1992, at only 17 years old, the actor Shawn Andrews, with whom he had shared scenes in the cult film Movida del 76 (Dazed and confused). A marriage that barely lasted a few months after her mother asked for annulment because she was a minor. In 1997 he repeated with the Frenchman Luc Besson, director of The fifth element, In Las Vegas. Divorced two years later, her affair with Paul WS Anderson was forged on the set of Resident Evil And after almost a decade of interrupted relationship, they got married in 2009.

Alice’s role in ‘Resident Evil’ was the biggest hit to date for the Ukrainian. Photo: Columbia

On Monster Hunter, her latest collaboration also based on a popular video game, Milla Jovovich plays Lieutenant Artemis, a warrior who must fight ferocious monsters to save humanity. Role that he has consistently played – exchanging monsters for zombies or aliens – in a filmography considered by the specialized press as one of the most pigeonholed in recent years. After starting with classics of modern cinema like those mentioned Move of 76 and The fifth element O Zoolander, many lament their predicament for performing in front of a green screen. A label that the Ukrainian, who at just 11 years old had a dazzling entry into the world of fashion, admits and embraces without complexes. “At first I was like, ‘Oh, I’m getting pigeonholed. I’m an artist and this is just part of me. ‘ But then I have been in a franchise and I have had continued work … So pigeonhole me, please “, declared proudly to Straight.com.

Milla Jovovich y Paul W.S. Anderson Photo: GETTY

Instead of regretting what may or may not have become of his career, Jovovich’s supporters defend their key role in breaking down historical stereotypes and glass ceilings, like the one that argued that women could not star in action movies because they did not interest viewers. The nearly one billion euros raised by the franchise Resident Evil They deny that statement and action heroines who came after such as Charlize Theron, Jennifer Lawrence, Gal Gadot or Scarlett Johansson took advantage of the path traveled by Jovovich to not lose an iota of prestige by donning latex suits and pointing at their villains. “Yes Resident Evil had it been done in the United States, he would have hired a man and we would have been his harem or his entourage. Big studios don’t trust women to attract this type of audience “, noted in the BBC.

The model and actress in a frame from the ‘Resident Evil’ franchise. Photo: Cordon Press

At 45 years old, and after two decades immersed in an industry that tends to defenestrates actresses when they enter maturity, Jovovich can boast that he is still in force in Hollywood, even at the cost of killing space monsters. Also of having forged a legacy that is already noticeable in the industry, perhaps more valuable than having an Oscar nomination or a Golden Globe for best dramatic actress on television. The media that have systematically underestimated his career now draw hagiographic profiles of his figure, such as Los Angeles Times, that brands her as a “pioneer” and a “formidable heroine”. And the eldest of her three children, Ever Anderson, will soon follow in her footsteps in the profession with the new adaptation of Peter Pan preparing Disney, in which she will play Wendy. Who wants to be ‘Almodóvar girl’ or ‘Allen girl’ could be ‘Anderson girl’?

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Eight. That is the number of times Jovovich mile has collaborated with the director, screenwriter and producer Paul W.S. Anderson on the big screen in the last twenty years. Both agreed for the first time in Resident Evil, one of the first and most successful film adaptations of a video game. The blockbuster it changed both their lives. The acclaimed Ukrainian model confirmed that she had a place as a Hollywood star, confirming the pop impact that her character Leeloo – the one with the orange bob wig – had on The fifth element and moving away from the catwalks. In the case of the British, at that time a thirty-year-old with only one film behind him, he achieved the status of master of the science fiction and horror genre that he continues to hold despite criticism. Beyond the professional field, their meeting above all marked the beginning of a sentimental relationship that has survived to this day and that has resulted in up to three children. However, before the premiere of his umpteenth four-handed project, Monster Hunter, more and more people are wondering what would have happened to Jovovich’s promising career had they not fallen in love with the director.

“I think he realized that to be with me you also have to work with me”, says the actress in one of her most recent interviews, with Vogue Arabia, about the duration of his sentimental and professional relationship with the filmmaker. The touch makes the affection and Jovovich is the best proof of it. The three times he has said ‘yes, I do’ have been to men who were partners rather than couples. In 1992, at only 17 years old, the actor Shawn Andrews, with whom he had shared scenes in the cult film Movida del 76 (Dazed and confused). A marriage that barely lasted a few months after her mother asked for annulment because she was a minor. In 1997 he repeated with the Frenchman Luc Besson, director of The fifth element, In Las Vegas. Divorced two years later, her affair with Paul WS Anderson was forged on the set of Resident Evil And after almost a decade of interrupted relationship, they got married in 2009.

Alice’s role in ‘Resident Evil’ was the biggest hit to date for the Ukrainian. Photo: Columbia

On Monster Hunter, her latest collaboration also based on a popular video game, Milla Jovovich plays Lieutenant Artemis, a warrior who must fight ferocious monsters to save humanity. Role that he has consistently played – exchanging monsters for zombies or aliens – in a filmography considered by the specialized press as one of the most pigeonholed in recent years. After starting with classics of modern cinema like those mentioned Move of 76 and The fifth element O Zoolander, many lament their predicament for performing in front of a green screen. A label that the Ukrainian, who at just 11 years old had a dazzling entry into the world of fashion, admits and embraces without complexes. “At first I was like, ‘Oh, I’m getting pigeonholed. I’m an artist and this is just part of me. ‘ But then I have been in a franchise and I have had continued work … So pigeonhole me, please “, declared proudly to Straight.com.

Milla Jovovich y Paul W.S. Anderson Photo: GETTY

Instead of regretting what may or may not have become of his career, Jovovich’s supporters defend their key role in breaking down historical stereotypes and glass ceilings, like the one that argued that women could not star in action movies because they did not interest viewers. The nearly one billion euros raised by the franchise Resident Evil They deny that statement and action heroines who came after such as Charlize Theron, Jennifer Lawrence, Gal Gadot or Scarlett Johansson took advantage of the path traveled by Jovovich to not lose an iota of prestige by donning latex suits and pointing at their villains. “Yes Resident Evil had it been done in the United States, he would have hired a man and we would have been his harem or his entourage. Big studios don’t trust women to attract this type of audience “, noted in the BBC.

The model and actress in a frame from the ‘Resident Evil’ franchise. Photo: Cordon Press

At 45 years old, and after two decades immersed in an industry that tends to defenestrates actresses when they enter maturity, Jovovich can boast that he is still in force in Hollywood, even at the cost of killing space monsters. Also of having forged a legacy that is already noticeable in the industry, perhaps more valuable than having an Oscar nomination or a Golden Globe for best dramatic actress on television. The media that have systematically underestimated his career now draw hagiographic profiles of his figure, such as Los Angeles Times, that brands her as a “pioneer” and a “formidable heroine”. And the eldest of her three children, Ever Anderson, will soon follow in her footsteps in the profession with the new adaptation of Peter Pan preparing Disney, in which she will play Wendy. Who wants to be ‘Almodóvar girl’ or ‘Allen girl’ could be ‘Anderson girl’?

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It was the year 1985 and ″Return to the future”Was released after experiencing several stumbles on its way. The first of these was to convince the movie studios that the story of time travel would work. Once this impasse was overcome and with the filming in progress, the next stone in the shoe was dealing with the hiring of Eric Stoltz, the protagonist of the film who did not measure up for the role. This great problem led to the subsequent dismissal of the actor and the hiring of Michael J. Fox as its replacement.

What followed then? With the release date just around the corner, Stoltz’s various scenes had to be reworked while at the same time, the editors juggled to finish the film before July, the scheduled release date.

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Once the film was released, the results could not be better than anyone could imagine. ″Return to the futureIt became the most successful film of that year, raising more than 380 million dollars, catapulting its protagonists to fame and would end up being, five years later, one of the most successful and popular trilogies in American cinema.

Trailer for "Back To The Future".  (Source: Diffusion)
Trailer for “Back the Future”, released in 1985 and starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd.

The protagonist who never was

It was only in 2010, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of “Return to the future“It was revealed that before Michael J. Fox, Eric Stoltz had shot almost every scene in Marty McFly, the same ones that were included in the bonus track of the Blu-Ray edition of the tape.

From then on, rumors about the causes of Stoltz’s replacement were on the rise. Much was said about the lack of charisma of the actor and the discontent of the director Robert Zemeckis.

Eric Stoltz during the filming of "Return to the future", in the classic cafeteria of the tape.  Photo: BTTF.  com
Eric Stoltz during the filming of “Back to the Future”, in the classic cafeteria of the film. Photo: BTTF. com

And it is that not only the director but also the writer Bob Gale just as the entire production team realized that even though Stoltz was a good dramatic actor, he was not giving the project that “charm” that the story needed.

Uncertainty and discontent ended up bypassing Stoltz – who had been nominated for a Golden Globe that year for his role in the movie “Mask” – and replacing him with Michael J. Fox, a youthful face that everyone loved from the beginning but whose commitment to “Family Ties”, the sitcom he was filming at that time, prevented it.

A difficult actor

In the book “We Don’t Need Roads: The Making of the Back to the Future Trilogy”, its author Caseen Gaines, revealed how difficult it was to Eric Stoltz as a filming partner supported by statements from the actors who were part of the project.

“Eric was a very different actor and it could be very difficult. At that time, all young actors wanted to be like De Niro and Pacino. I think it was not the right movie to behave like this. Eric was so intense. He saw drama in things. He wasn’t really a comedian, and they needed a comedian. It’s super fun in real life, but he didn’t approach his job like that, and they really needed someone who had those skills, “said actress Lea Thompson, who played the mother of Marty McFly on tape, in an interview included in Gaines’ book.

A little less than five years ago, Thomas F. Wilson, the actor who plays the evil Biff in the film, spoke without mincing words about his bad relationship with Stoltz during the filming of the film.

“I worked with Eric for almost six weeks. We shot almost the entire movie and there were problems on set. Eric was not easy, all the time with his acting method, you know. ‘Everybody call me Marty except Lea (Thompson) who plays my mom and who I’m trying to kiss off camera ‘Wilson revealed.

Erick Stoltz and Lea Thompson off the set of "Return to the future".  Photo:BTTF.com
Erick Stoltz and Lea Thompson off the set of “Back to the Future”. Photo: BTTF.com

At another point in the interview, the actor also revealed that he was happy when they let him know that Stoltz would no longer be part of the project and related how he took advantage of the cafeteria scene to push him too hard.

“A few days before I was fired, we had a problem in the cafeteria scene because Eric pushed me so hard with his performance of the method… It was hard against my collarbone, he was really pushing me. And I said to him during the cut: Hey Marty, this is a movie but he pretended not to listen to me, “he said.

Eric Stoltz and Thomas F. Wilson filming a scene from "Return to the future".  Photo: BTTF.com
Eric Stoltz and Thomas F. Wilson filming a scene from “Back to the Future.” Photo: BTTF.com

In 2015, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of “Return to the future“, Magazine “Vulture”Published details of the dismissal of Eric Stoltz and among these he describes Christopher Lloyd’s reaction to the news.

“Each of the members of the production team would inform the main cast about the lead change a little before the big announcement for the rest of the production. Bob Gale spoke with Crispin Glover (George McFly) and Thomas F. Wilson while Neil Canton (producer) was responsible for speaking with Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson. On the other hand, Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy called Eric Stoltz’s agents. Robert Zemeckis broke the news to Stoltz himself while Spielberg, who was one of the film’s producers, waited behind the scenes.

“Exactly what happened between the director and his outgoing lead during their conversation held between the two, but Zemeckis later acknowledged that the actor took the news calmly. For Canton, the night he assumed would be filled with unhappiness got off to a surprisingly joyous start when he received a much-needed laugh from his longtime friend Christopher Lloyd. “I knew Chris because we had worked together on Buckaroo Banzai,” quotes “Vulture.” He was funny. When I told Chris that we were going to replace Eric in the movie, he looked at us and said, ‘Well, who is Eric?’ I said, ‘Marty,’ and he said, ‘Oh, I really thought his name was Marty.’

Eric Stoltz in another classic scene from "Return to the future".  Photo: BTTF.com
Eric Stoltz in another classic “Back to the Future” scene. Photo: BTTF.com

A few months later, when asked again about Stoltz’s firing, Lloyd declared: “All the producers and Zemeckis were going to make an announcement. It was very sad, you know. No one had bad feelings towards Eric, but something had to be done. It was not a celebration, we were all happy to go in the direction it had to go, but it was a bit sad, “said the actor who plays the beloved Doc in the film.

Stoltz’s version

In an interview with the Moviehole portal, Eric Stoltz He spoke of his passage through “Return to the future“And revealed that if he had continued in the film, perhaps his career would have turned towards a very different scenario than he had planned.

“You know, it was twenty-some years ago and I rarely look back, if at all, but in hindsight I think just getting through that difficult period helped me realize how liberating it really was,” she said.

Erick Stoltz during the filming of "Return to the future".  Photo: BTTF.com
Erick Stoltz during the filming of “Back to the Future”. Photo: BTTF.com

“I went back to acting school, I moved to Europe, I did some plays in New York and I actually invested… in a way that was much healthier for me. If I had become a massive star, I don’t know if I wouldn’t have entered therapy. On the other hand, it would have been extremely rich, which would have been wonderful! (added between laughs) “

Stoltz, who is currently retired from acting and dedicating himself fully to directing, revealed that he “no longer sees himself as an actor.” “Some people would say that I never was. I consider myself a director at the moment. I like to perform. But honestly, I rarely look back at something I’ve done in the past. I am too busy and interested in what is happening right now to care. “

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It was the year 1985 and ″Return to the future”Was released after experiencing several stumbles on its way. The first of these was to convince the movie studios that the story of time travel would work. Once this impasse was overcome and with the filming in progress, the next stone in the shoe was dealing with the hiring of Eric Stoltz, the protagonist of the film who did not measure up for the role. This great problem led to the subsequent dismissal of the actor and the hiring of Michael J. Fox as its replacement.

What followed then? With the release date just around the corner, Stoltz’s various scenes had to be reworked while at the same time, the editors juggled to finish the film before July, the scheduled release date.

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Once the film was released, the results could not be better than anyone could imagine. ″Return to the futureIt became the most successful film of that year, raising more than 380 million dollars, catapulting its protagonists to fame and would end up being, five years later, one of the most successful and popular trilogies in American cinema.

Trailer for "Back To The Future".  (Source: Diffusion)
Trailer for “Back the Future”, released in 1985 and starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd.

The protagonist who never was

It was only in 2010, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of “Return to the future“It was revealed that before Michael J. Fox, Eric Stoltz had shot almost every scene in Marty McFly, the same ones that were included in the bonus track of the Blu-Ray edition of the tape.

From then on, rumors about the causes of Stoltz’s replacement were on the rise. Much was said about the lack of charisma of the actor and the discontent of the director Robert Zemeckis.

Eric Stoltz during the filming of "Return to the future", in the classic cafeteria of the tape.  Photo: BTTF.  com
Eric Stoltz during the filming of “Back to the Future”, in the classic cafeteria of the film. Photo: BTTF. com

And it is that not only the director but also the writer Bob Gale just as the entire production team realized that even though Stoltz was a good dramatic actor, he was not giving the project that “charm” that the story needed.

Uncertainty and discontent ended up bypassing Stoltz – who had been nominated for a Golden Globe that year for his role in the movie “Mask” – and replacing him with Michael J. Fox, a youthful face that everyone loved from the beginning but whose commitment to “Family Ties”, the sitcom he was filming at that time, prevented it.

A difficult actor

In the book “We Don’t Need Roads: The Making of the Back to the Future Trilogy”, its author Caseen Gaines, revealed how difficult it was to Eric Stoltz as a filming partner supported by statements from the actors who were part of the project.

“Eric was a very different actor and it could be very difficult. At that time, all young actors wanted to be like De Niro and Pacino. I think it was not the right movie to behave like this. Eric was so intense. He saw drama in things. He wasn’t really a comedian, and they needed a comedian. It’s super fun in real life, but he didn’t approach his job like that, and they really needed someone who had those skills, “said actress Lea Thompson, who played the mother of Marty McFly on tape, in an interview included in Gaines’ book.

A little less than five years ago, Thomas F. Wilson, the actor who plays the evil Biff in the film, spoke without mincing words about his bad relationship with Stoltz during the filming of the film.

“I worked with Eric for almost six weeks. We shot almost the entire movie and there were problems on set. Eric was not easy, all the time with his acting method, you know. ‘Everybody call me Marty except Lea (Thompson) who plays my mom and who I’m trying to kiss off camera ‘Wilson revealed.

Erick Stoltz and Lea Thompson off the set of "Return to the future".  Photo:BTTF.com
Erick Stoltz and Lea Thompson off the set of “Back to the Future”. Photo: BTTF.com

At another point in the interview, the actor also revealed that he was happy when they let him know that Stoltz would no longer be part of the project and related how he took advantage of the cafeteria scene to push him too hard.

“A few days before I was fired, we had a problem in the cafeteria scene because Eric pushed me so hard with his performance of the method… It was hard against my collarbone, he was really pushing me. And I said to him during the cut: Hey Marty, this is a movie but he pretended not to listen to me, “he said.

Eric Stoltz and Thomas F. Wilson filming a scene from "Return to the future".  Photo: BTTF.com
Eric Stoltz and Thomas F. Wilson filming a scene from “Back to the Future.” Photo: BTTF.com

In 2015, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of “Return to the future“, Magazine “Vulture”Published details of the dismissal of Eric Stoltz and among these he describes Christopher Lloyd’s reaction to the news.

“Each of the members of the production team would inform the main cast about the lead change a little before the big announcement for the rest of the production. Bob Gale spoke with Crispin Glover (George McFly) and Thomas F. Wilson while Neil Canton (producer) was responsible for speaking with Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson. On the other hand, Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy called Eric Stoltz’s agents. Robert Zemeckis broke the news to Stoltz himself while Spielberg, who was one of the film’s producers, waited behind the scenes.

“Exactly what happened between the director and his outgoing lead during their conversation held between the two, but Zemeckis later acknowledged that the actor took the news calmly. For Canton, the night he assumed would be filled with unhappiness got off to a surprisingly joyous start when he received a much-needed laugh from his longtime friend Christopher Lloyd. “I knew Chris because we had worked together on Buckaroo Banzai,” quotes “Vulture.” He was funny. When I told Chris that we were going to replace Eric in the movie, he looked at us and said, ‘Well, who is Eric?’ I said, ‘Marty,’ and he said, ‘Oh, I really thought his name was Marty.’

Eric Stoltz in another classic scene from "Return to the future".  Photo: BTTF.com
Eric Stoltz in another classic “Back to the Future” scene. Photo: BTTF.com

A few months later, when asked again about Stoltz’s firing, Lloyd declared: “All the producers and Zemeckis were going to make an announcement. It was very sad, you know. No one had bad feelings towards Eric, but something had to be done. It was not a celebration, we were all happy to go in the direction it had to go, but it was a bit sad, “said the actor who plays the beloved Doc in the film.

Stoltz’s version

In an interview with the Moviehole portal, Eric Stoltz He spoke of his passage through “Return to the future“And revealed that if he had continued in the film, perhaps his career would have turned towards a very different scenario than he had planned.

“You know, it was twenty-some years ago and I rarely look back, if at all, but in hindsight I think just getting through that difficult period helped me realize how liberating it really was,” she said.

Erick Stoltz during the filming of "Return to the future".  Photo: BTTF.com
Erick Stoltz during the filming of “Back to the Future”. Photo: BTTF.com

“I went back to acting school, I moved to Europe, I did some plays in New York and I actually invested… in a way that was much healthier for me. If I had become a massive star, I don’t know if I wouldn’t have entered therapy. On the other hand, it would have been extremely rich, which would have been wonderful! (added between laughs) “

Stoltz, who is currently retired from acting and dedicating himself fully to directing, revealed that he “no longer sees himself as an actor.” “Some people would say that I never was. I consider myself a director at the moment. I like to perform. But honestly, I rarely look back at something I’ve done in the past. I am too busy and interested in what is happening right now to care. “

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1. Jennifer Lawrence en X-Men

We start with a fairly recent one: Jennifer Lawrence playing Mystique in ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’.

2. Jennifer Lawrence in X-Men: Days of Future Past

Fox A process that lasted no less than 7 hours and consisted of 8 layers! of paint and makeup. “I know that everyone feels sorry for me, but the truth is that I have fun. It’s like a sleepover where they paint me, ”Jennifer said.

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Fox And here we can see the final result.

4. Angelina Jolie and Salt

Columbia Pictures Angelina plays Evelyn Salt, a CIA agent who is accused of being a Russian spy. Throughout the film, Jolie must disguise her identity on multiple occasions.

5. Mila Kunis in Oz: the mighty

Disney In ‘Oz: The Mighty One’, Mila Kunis plays the witch Theodora, the Witch of the West. Putting Kunis on makeup took four hours each day of filming, and removing her makeup required another hour.

6. Mila Kunis in Oz: The Mighty One

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7. Juliane Moore in The Hours

Paramount Pictures In the movie ‘The Hours’ Julianne plays a young woman in 1951. And that same old woman in 2001. That is, 50 years apart.

8. Robin Willams in Daddy Forever

Miramax ‘Forever Dad’ is a movie where makeup is absolutely central to the plot. In fact, the brother of the character played by Robin Williams is a makeup artist, and for that reason the creation of Mrs. Doubtfire is possible.

9. Robin Willams in Daddy Forever

Miramax Making up Williams took 4 hours each day. The film won the Oscar for best makeup.

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Focus Features In ‘Mary Queen of Scots’, Margot Robbie plays Queen Elizabeth I. And here we can see her with the characteristic white makeup that the queen used.

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Focus Features In the movie, Robbie’s character comes down with smallpox. And here we can see her with scars on her face.

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Warner Bros The film received a total of 13 Oscar nominations, an incredible number. But it “barely” won 3: Best Makeup, Visual Effects, and Art Direction.

13. Brad Pitt in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Warner Bros Throughout the movie, Brad Pitt’s character grows younger.

14. Cate Blanchett in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Warner Bros And the character of Cate Blanchett grows old.

15. Jim Carrey in The Grinch

Universal The film won the Oscar for best makeup. But not everything was rosy: the makeup application took 8 hours and that bothered Jim Carrey a lot, causing fights on the film set.

16. Helena Bonham Carter in Planet of the Apes

Fox The 2001 film directed by Tim Burton was not well received by critics. But the makeup work, done by Rick Baker, garnered all kinds of praise.

17. Kate Winslet en The Reader

The Weinstein Company Throughout her career, Kate Winslet was nominated 7 times for an Oscar. But she only won once: for the movie ‘The Reader’, where she plays a woman over the course of different decades.

18. Suicide Squad

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19. Suicide Squad

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20. Christian Bale and Vice

Plan B Entertainment ‘Vice’ won the Oscar for best makeup in 2019. Christian Bale played former US Vice President RIchard Cheney.

21. Christian Bale and Vice

Plan B Entertainment Bale also played a young Cheney, although in this case the result is not so shocking.

22. Halle Berry and Cloud Atlas

Warner Bros ‘Cloud Atlas’ is a very particular movie and in it Halle Berry plays many different characters. In this image we can see her character ‘Native woman’.

23. Halle Berry and Cloud Atlas

In another of the ‘Cloud Atlas’ stories, Berry plays Ovid, a surgeon.

24. Susan Sarandon en Cloud Atlas

Warner Bros Berry’s isn’t the only surprising makeup on ‘Cloud Atlas.’ Here we see Susan Sarandon, who does not appear much in the film but is surprising. “I have very small parts, but of many different genders and ages”

25. Susan Sarandon en Cloud Atlas

Warner Bros Another of Sarandon’s characters in ‘Cloud Atlas’.

26. Salma Hayek in Frida

Miramax Salma Hayek received an Oscar nomination for best actress for her work in this film. And the film won the statuette for best makeup.

27. Tilda Swinton in The Grand Budapest Hotel

Fox In the excellent ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’, Tilda Swinton plays Mademe M., an 84-year-old millionaire. Tilda was just 43 years old when the movie was made, which required a lot of makeup work to age her.

28. Tilda Swinton The Grand Budapest Hotel

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29. Lea Thompson in Back to the Future

Universal Pictures Lea Thompson played Marty McFly’s mother in “Back to the Future.” In the first scenes of the film, his character is 47 years old. But the actress was barely 23! To age her, it took three and a half hours of makeup. In fact, Lea Thompson was born just 10 days before Michel J. Fox, who plays her son in the film.

30. Lea Thompson in Back to the Future

Universal In the second installment of the trilogy, Marty travels to the future, and this is how his mother looks.

31. Charlize Theron en Monster

Newmarket Films Charlize Theron gained 14 kilos for ‘Monster’ (2003), the film where she played a serial killer and for which she won the Oscar for best actress. But her physical transformation was only part of the process: makeup changed her hair, complexion, eyes, cheekbones, and even her teeth.

32. Glenn Close en Hook

TriStar Pictures The movie is not very good but Glenn Close’s makeup (which only appears for a very short time) is very good. In fact, the film was nominated for an Oscar for best makeup and best costume design, among others.

33. Jared Leto at Dallas Buyers Club

RainMaker Films Leto won the Oscar for best supporting actor for his work on “Dallas Buyers Club.” There she plays Rayon, a trans woman who is associated with the character of Matthew McConaughey.

34. Jared Leto and Matthew McConaughey at Dallas Buyers Club

Netflix McConaughey also won the best actor award. And the film won the Oscar for best makeup.

35. Pan’s Labyrinth

Warner Bros The Guillermo del Toro-directed film won 3 Oscars: makeup, cinematography and art direction.

36. Michael Keaton en Beetlejuice

Warner Bros The Tim Burton-directed film won the Oscar for best makeup in 1989.

37. Beetlejuice

Warner Bros Of course, the makeup for ‘Beetlejuice’ went beyond Michael Keaton.

38. Gary Oldman in The Darkest Hour

Wikimedia/Gage Skidmore - Universal Pictures Gary Oldman won the best actor Oscar for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in this film. The film also won the statuette for best makeup.

39. Meryl Streep in Into the Woods

Disney For her portrayal of the witch, Meryl was nominated for an Oscar for best supporting actress, but the award went to Patricia Arquette for “Boyhood.”

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1. Jennifer Lawrence en X-Men

We start with a fairly recent one: Jennifer Lawrence playing Mystique in ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’.

2. Jennifer Lawrence in X-Men: Days of Future Past

Fox A process that lasted no less than 7 hours and consisted of 8 layers! of paint and makeup. “I know that everyone feels sorry for me, but the truth is that I have fun. It’s like a sleepover where they paint me, ”Jennifer said.

3. Jennifer Lawrence in X-Men: Days of Future Past

Fox And here we can see the final result.

4. Angelina Jolie and Salt

Columbia Pictures Angelina plays Evelyn Salt, a CIA agent who is accused of being a Russian spy. Throughout the film, Jolie must disguise her identity on multiple occasions.

5. Mila Kunis in Oz: the mighty

Disney In ‘Oz: The Mighty One’, Mila Kunis plays the witch Theodora, the Witch of the West. Putting Kunis on makeup took four hours each day of filming, and removing her makeup required another hour.

6. Mila Kunis in Oz: The Mighty One

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7. Juliane Moore in The Hours

Paramount Pictures In the movie ‘The Hours’ Julianne plays a young woman in 1951. And that same old woman in 2001. That is, 50 years apart.

8. Robin Willams in Daddy Forever

Miramax ‘Forever Dad’ is a movie where makeup is absolutely central to the plot. In fact, the brother of the character played by Robin Williams is a makeup artist, and for that reason the creation of Mrs. Doubtfire is possible.

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Focus Features In ‘Mary Queen of Scots’, Margot Robbie plays Queen Elizabeth I. And here we can see her with the characteristic white makeup that the queen used.

11. Margot Robbie en Mary Queen of Scots

Focus Features In the movie, Robbie’s character comes down with smallpox. And here we can see her with scars on her face.

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13. Brad Pitt in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Warner Bros Throughout the movie, Brad Pitt’s character grows younger.

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Warner Bros And the character of Cate Blanchett grows old.

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Fox The 2001 film directed by Tim Burton was not well received by critics. But the makeup work, done by Rick Baker, garnered all kinds of praise.

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19. Suicide Squad

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Plan B Entertainment ‘Vice’ won the Oscar for best makeup in 2019. Christian Bale played former US Vice President RIchard Cheney.

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Plan B Entertainment Bale also played a young Cheney, although in this case the result is not so shocking.

22. Halle Berry and Cloud Atlas

Warner Bros ‘Cloud Atlas’ is a very particular movie and in it Halle Berry plays many different characters. In this image we can see her character ‘Native woman’.

23. Halle Berry and Cloud Atlas

In another of the ‘Cloud Atlas’ stories, Berry plays Ovid, a surgeon.

24. Susan Sarandon en Cloud Atlas

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25. Susan Sarandon en Cloud Atlas

Warner Bros Another of Sarandon’s characters in ‘Cloud Atlas’.

26. Salma Hayek in Frida

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27. Tilda Swinton in The Grand Budapest Hotel

Fox In the excellent ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’, Tilda Swinton plays Mademe M., an 84-year-old millionaire. Tilda was just 43 years old when the movie was made, which required a lot of makeup work to age her.

28. Tilda Swinton The Grand Budapest Hotel

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29. Lea Thompson in Back to the Future

Universal Pictures Lea Thompson played Marty McFly’s mother in “Back to the Future.” In the first scenes of the film, his character is 47 years old. But the actress was barely 23! To age her, it took three and a half hours of makeup. In fact, Lea Thompson was born just 10 days before Michel J. Fox, who plays her son in the film.

30. Lea Thompson in Back to the Future

Universal In the second installment of the trilogy, Marty travels to the future, and this is how his mother looks.

31. Charlize Theron en Monster

Newmarket Films Charlize Theron gained 14 kilos for ‘Monster’ (2003), the film where she played a serial killer and for which she won the Oscar for best actress. But her physical transformation was only part of the process: makeup changed her hair, complexion, eyes, cheekbones, and even her teeth.

32. Glenn Close en Hook

TriStar Pictures The movie is not very good but Glenn Close’s makeup (which only appears for a very short time) is very good. In fact, the film was nominated for an Oscar for best makeup and best costume design, among others.

33. Jared Leto at Dallas Buyers Club

RainMaker Films Leto won the Oscar for best supporting actor for his work on “Dallas Buyers Club.” There she plays Rayon, a trans woman who is associated with the character of Matthew McConaughey.

34. Jared Leto and Matthew McConaughey at Dallas Buyers Club

Netflix McConaughey also won the best actor award. And the film won the Oscar for best makeup.

35. Pan’s Labyrinth

Warner Bros The Guillermo del Toro-directed film won 3 Oscars: makeup, cinematography and art direction.

36. Michael Keaton en Beetlejuice

Warner Bros The Tim Burton-directed film won the Oscar for best makeup in 1989.

37. Beetlejuice

Warner Bros Of course, the makeup for ‘Beetlejuice’ went beyond Michael Keaton.

38. Gary Oldman in The Darkest Hour

Wikimedia/Gage Skidmore - Universal Pictures Gary Oldman won the best actor Oscar for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in this film. The film also won the statuette for best makeup.

39. Meryl Streep in Into the Woods

Disney For her portrayal of the witch, Meryl was nominated for an Oscar for best supporting actress, but the award went to Patricia Arquette for “Boyhood.”

40. Cate Blanchett in Manifesto

Schiwago Film In this movie Cate played 13! characters, including this man.

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The news of August 31 is marked in Today’s Facts by the names of Aristides and Ramon and for the anniversary of the emperor’s birth Caligula.

The proclamation of August 31 as International Day of Solidarity It was carried out to promote and strengthen the ideals of solidarity as fundamental values ​​for relations in and between nations, peoples and individuals.

Ephemeris

On a day like today, in 1813, the city of San Sebastián suffered a terrible fire during the Napoleonic wars; in 1888, Jack the Ripper claimed his first victim, Mary Ann Nichols; in 1928, Turkey abandoned the Arabic alphabet and adopted the Latin one; in 1957, Malaysia achieved its independence; in 1961, Spain withdrew its troops from Morocco; in 1962, Trinidad and Tobago becomes independent; in 1997, Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, dies in a car accident in Paris.

Character of the day

Maria Montessori (August 31, 1870 – May 6, 1952), graduated in Medicine, Italian educator and founder of the method that has the same name.

His phrase

“The first task of education is to shake life, but to leave it free to develop.”

They were also born a August, 31 the roman emperor Caligula (year 12), the journalist Terelu Campos (1965), TV presenter Pablo Motos (1965), American actor James Coburn (1928) Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison (1945), American actor Richard Gere (1949), Queen of Jordan Rania (1970) and the goalkeeper of the Spanish team Pepe Reina (1982).


Saints of the day

Ramón Nonato, name of Germanic origin and that means the same as Raymond, “advice and protection”.
Aristides, name that comes from the Greek
and means “the best”.


The joke

The reason God was able to create the universe in six days is that he didn’t have to worry about making it backward compatible.


Graffiti

You can close your eyes to things you don’t want to see, but you can’t close your soul to things you don’t want to feel.


Saying

There is no pretty without her but,
nor ugly without his grace.
(Colombia)


To read and meditate

Do not deny the poor their sustenance, do not make those who look at you supplicating wait.
Ecclesiasticus 4, 1.

Give me a fish and I will dinner this night,
teach me to fish and I’ll always dine.
Chinese proverb

Ask the old and the young for advice
but follow your own common sense.
Arabic proverb


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There is no pretty without her but nor ugly without her grace.
Colombian saying

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The news of August 31 is marked in Today’s Facts by the names of Aristides and Ramon and for the anniversary of the emperor’s birth Caligula.

The proclamation of August 31 as International Day of Solidarity It was carried out to promote and strengthen the ideals of solidarity as fundamental values ​​for relations in and between nations, peoples and individuals.

Ephemeris

On a day like today, in 1813, the city of San Sebastián suffered a terrible fire during the Napoleonic wars; in 1888, Jack the Ripper claimed his first victim, Mary Ann Nichols; in 1928, Turkey abandoned the Arabic alphabet and adopted the Latin one; in 1957, Malaysia achieved its independence; in 1961, Spain withdrew its troops from Morocco; in 1962, Trinidad and Tobago becomes independent; in 1997, Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, dies in a car accident in Paris.

Character of the day

Maria Montessori (August 31, 1870 – May 6, 1952), graduated in Medicine, Italian educator and founder of the method that has the same name.

His phrase

“The first task of education is to shake life, but to leave it free to develop.”

They were also born a August, 31 the roman emperor Caligula (year 12), the journalist Terelu Campos (1965), TV presenter Pablo Motos (1965), American actor James Coburn (1928) Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison (1945), American actor Richard Gere (1949), Queen of Jordan Rania (1970) and the goalkeeper of the Spanish team Pepe Reina (1982).


Saints of the day

Ramón Nonato, name of Germanic origin and that means the same as Raymond, “advice and protection”.
Aristides, name that comes from the Greek
and means “the best”.


The joke

The reason God was able to create the universe in six days is that he didn’t have to worry about making it backward compatible.


Graffiti

You can close your eyes to things you don’t want to see, but you can’t close your soul to things you don’t want to feel.


Saying

There is no pretty without her but,
nor ugly without his grace.
(Colombia)


To read and meditate

Do not deny the poor their sustenance, do not make those who look at you supplicating wait.
Ecclesiasticus 4, 1.

Give me a fish and I will dinner this night,
teach me to fish and I’ll always dine.
Chinese proverb

Ask the old and the young for advice
but follow your own common sense.
Arabic proverb


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