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  • 20 Behind the Scenes Photos of Heroes and Villains Getting Along
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    We’ve all seen co-stars who are pitted against each other onscreen playing nice for the cameras at premieres and while out promoting their movie. However, it’s a bit of a rare sight to see actors playing opposite each other as heroes and villains laughing it up in costume, on set. It’s not hard to imagine why, though, considering that they often have to be at each other’s throats — literally — in intense scenes that require the work of dozens, sometimes hundreds, of people in order to cultivate the desired atmosphere. With that in mind, here are 20 photos from behind the scenes and between scenes that show actors having a little fun, breaking character, and getting along with their onscreen adversaries: The Wizard of Oz (1939) Dorothy (Judy Garland) and a Flying Monkey share a hand shake between scenes. The cast of The Wizard of Oz were off to see the doctor more than they were off to see the wonderful Wizard. Margaret Hamilton (The Wicked Witch of the West) was almost burned to death when a trap door misfired — her stand-in was also badly injured during a broom scene. Buddy Ebsen, the original actor cast as the Tin Man, was allergic to the silver makeup, and spent two weeks in the hospital due to respiratory problems. And the actors who played the flying monkeys would have died if they had been higher up when the string holding them in the air in the Haunted Forest scene snapped. Batman: The Movie (1966) Batman (Adam West) and The Riddler (Frank Gorshin) take off their masks and make nice when they meet their maker, Batman co-creator Bob Kane (center), on the set of the 1966 feature. This was Gorshin’s last appearance as The Riddler for over a year. He was replaced by John Astin for the second season of the series, but returned as the character in its third and final season. Star Wars (1977) With how perfectly ruthless he is as the ranking Imperial in A New Hope, it’s hard to believe Peter Cushing was briefly considered for the role of Obi Wan before George Lucas cast him as the villain Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin — who puts in the order to destroy Alderaan and murder billions of people. In this set photo we see Cushing’s softer side as he shares a smile with Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill)...that is, before Luke destroys the Death Star and kills him. Moonraker (1979) Richard Kiel (Jaws) performs the famous head squash on his onscreen enemy and offscreen friend Roger Moore (James Bond) in this publicity still. Star Wars (1983) This Rolling Stone cover for Return of the Jedi isn't technically a set photo, but I’d be remiss not to include this daddy-daughter beach day with Darth Vader (David Prowse) and Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher). Superman II (1980) In between takes as their characters (Kryptonian exile Ursa and reporter Lois Lane, respectively), Sarah Douglas' throat grab turns into more of a tickle for Margot Kidder. Ghostbusters (1984) Ghostbuster Raymond Stantz (Dan Aykroyd) crosses streams and cozies up next to Gozer (former Serbian model Slavitza Jovan), an ancient shape-shifting god summoned to bring the world to an end. Conan the Destroyer (1984) The usually imposing Arnold Schwarzenegger is dwarfed by his onscreen enemies, Wilt Chamberlain (7' 1") and André the Giant (7' 4") on the set of the sequel to Conan the Barbarian. Chamberlain's role as the Captain of the Guard sent to betray Conan was the NBA player's first and final feature film. Here's to wishing his fellow NBA big man Shaquille O’neal followed Chamberlain's acting career playbook. Batman (1989) Another publicity shot too good not to include. Here’s The Clown Prince of Crime getting chummy with The Dark Knight. Before Jack Nicholson and Michael Keaton were ultimately cast in these iconic roles, Robin Williams signed on to play the Joker and Ray Liotta was offered the role of Bruce Wayne/Batman. Alien³ (1992) Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) poses next to a slimy Xenomorph on the set of this Alien sequel, which was director David Fincher's first feature. The constant studio interference led to Fincher walking away during the editing process and disowning the fil
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    For some reason Confusion agreed to let me get drunk and review the new Taylor Swift album. So after work on Wednesday, I went to the store and bought a bottle of rum, Oreos, and 1989. I drank a lot and then put it on and kept drinking. These are things I wrote down. I'm sorry.
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    Zack Snyder's Batman Vs. Superman is rocketing toward production and is going to to set the stage for a big, epic Justice League movie. Some recent news on the project include Gal Gadot being cast as Wonder Woman, and a rumor that Metallo will end up being one of the villains. I'm excited to see what kind of story they will tell, and how they will lead into Justice League. The same site that brought us the news about Metallo, Think McFly Think, is back with some more information on that Justice League movie and other actors who have tested for the role of Lex Luthor. As far as Justice League goes, their source offers up a bit of interesting information, saying, "The concept we’ve heard plays Superman represents the world as a whole (Being an immigrant of Earth he speaks for everyone), Batman would represent the United States with the American Affleck in the cape-and-cowl with the Flash possibly portrayed by an Hispanic or Laitno actor and as we saw announced yesterday an Wonder Woman played by an Israeli." Each superhero representing a different country would give the film a bit of a political overtone, and would also help differentiate it from The Avengers. As far as Lex Luthor goes, they say that Denzel Washington was their top choice, but when that didn't pan out, they apparently went to Idris Elba ( Thor: The Dark World), but he's a Marvel guy so that didn't work out either. They also say that the studio has approached Arrow's David Ramsey. None of this information has been confirmed, so for right now just consider it a rumor, but the site has been right before, so let's see what happens.
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  • Possible JUSTICE LEAGUE Movie Details GeekTyrant
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    Zack Snyder's Batman Vs. Superman is rocketing toward production and is going to to set the stage for a big, epic Justice League movie. Some recent news on the project include Gal Gadot being cast as Wonder Woman, and a rumor that Metallo will end up being one of the villains. I'm excited to see what kind of story they will tell, and how they will lead into Justice League. The same site that brought us the news about Metallo, Think McFly Think, is back with some more information on that Justice League movie and other actors who have tested for the role of Lex Luthor. As far as Justice League goes, their source offers up a bit of interesting information, saying, "The concept we’ve heard plays Superman represents the world as a whole (Being an immigrant of Earth he speaks for everyone), Batman would represent the United States with the American Affleck in the cape-and-cowl with the Flash possibly portrayed by an Hispanic or Laitno actor and as we saw announced yesterday an Wonder Woman played by an Israeli." Each superhero representing a different country would give the film a bit of a political overtone, and would also help differentiate it from The Avengers. As far as Lex Luthor goes, they say that Denzel Washington was their top choice, but when that didn't pan out, they apparently went to Idris Elba ( Thor: The Dark World), but he's a Marvel guy so that didn't work out either. They also say that the studio has approached Arrow's David Ramsey. None of this information has been confirmed, so for right now just consider it a rumor, but the site has been right before, so let's see what happens.
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  • Russell Brand Messiah Complex DVD
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    Recorded live at Hammersmith Apollo, Russell questions the values of heroes and leaders. ‘Messiah Complex’ is a disorder where sufferers think they might be the messiah. Did Jesus have it? What about Che Guevara, Gandhi, Malcolm X and Hitler? All these men have shaped our lives and influenced the way we think. Their images are used to represent ideas that often do not relate to them at all. Would Gandhi be into Apple? Would Che Guevara endorse Madonna? Would Jesus be into Christianity? He concludes it’s all a load of rubbish and encourages the audience to stop voting, ignore advertising, look to the transcendent within themselves and others...and kick over some bins on their way home. Plus there’s sex. Obviously.
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