Jennifer Aniston talks about not having kids

Jennifer Aniston: ”It’s not something that’s in our everyday life, quite honestly. It’s more questions that arise in a red carpet line or in an interview. I just find it to be energy that is unnecessary and not really fair for those who may or may not [have children]. Who knows what the reason is, why people aren’t having kids. There’s a lot of reasons that could be, and maybe it’s something that no one wants to discuss.

Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston

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More about Captain America 3 from the Russo brothers

Joe Russo: ”It’s always exciting to put Cap in a situation where he’s dealing with other characters because part of his super power is his morality, and there’s an inspirational quality to his character. So it’s nice to have characters around him that he can inspire. Leadership is also a key component of his, and you can’t lead unless you have other characters around. But he’s also got an expanding universe — Winter Soldier, Agent 13, the Falcon — so there’s already a universe that’s expanding around him. It’s exciting to mix that up, and we may or may not have a few tricks up our sleeve, but that’s about all we can say without spoiling the story for anybody.

Anthony Russo: ”We always react and adjust to the material, and part of Marvel’s secret formula is that you keep working all the way until the time you deliver the movie for exhibition. You keep working to make it a better film. Things change as you work. So we will definitely be watching cuts of Avengers: Age of Ultron. We talk to Joss Whedon when we can. We talk to [Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige] when we can, just to get insight into what they’re doing, and what direction they’re headed, so it’ll definitely impact us, without question, from a narrative standpoint. From a tonal standpoint, perhaps. It’s hard to say.

Anthony Russo, concerning Avengers: Age of Ultron: ”We’ve seen what everyone else has seen that was at Comic-Con. We saw that incredible two minutes of footage from it. It looks like the biggest movie ever made, so we’re very excited for it. We have read the script. It’s incredible. I think Joss is going to blow people away with this one.

Anthony Russo, about Captain America 3 villains: ”The thing we love about Bucky is he’s a really complicated character; very tragic, complicated character. Here’s a guy, when you look at him, is he the world’s worst assassin or is he the longest serving POW in history? You could look at him as one of two things. Either he’s innocent by reason insanity or the equivalent of that, in terms of not being responsible for his actions because he was brain controlled, or he’s a monster. It’s a very complicated place. It’s a hard place to move forward from that. In relationship to Cap, it’s like is Cap ever going to be able to access the guy he used to be?

Joe Russo, about the villains: ”And if he can’t, well who is Winter Soldier? Is he Bucky Barnes anymore or is he somebody new? So those are all really interesting questions to ask with him. It’s our job on the next one to outdo the villain from the last one. But because that’s a mandate of ours, it’s always something we put an incredible amount of focus on. The stakes aren’t high enough. The audience doesn’t feel those stakes. If the characters aren’t in jeopardy continually throughout the film, then you lose a certain narrative momentum to the movie. As we said, you can only define the hero against the villain. So the greater the villain, the greater definition you get out of your hero.

Anthony Russo, about the return of the Red Skull: “We can’t really comment specifically in terms of where we’re going with it, just because we don’t want to spoil anything for anybody. But certainly, look. That’s the great thing about the Marvel universe, is anything is possible. All these characters exist. And as we’ve seen on the publishing side, there’s very inventive, creative ways to make characters relevant again and surprising ways to make the characters relevant again. He’s a great character. Whether or not he finds his way back I can’t really say.

Red Skull in Captain America: The First Avenger

Red Skull in Captain America: The First Avenger

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Escape From New York reboot rumored stars

While there aren’t too many fans that would actually want to see this film happening, the studios are going to go with the production as planned, in spite of everything else.

Rumored for the role of Snake Plissken are Charlie Hunnam (Pacific Rim and Sons of Anarchy), Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead) and Dan Stevens (from The Guest).

Details about Escape from New York: “Plissken’s team consists of Mina, a war zone journalist framed for murder and living in the shadows of New York as a scavenger; Cabbie, a schizophrenic travel guide who serves as comic relief; Gareth, the last surviving member of the President’s security detail who harbors a dangerous secret; and The Brain, Plissken’s former partner-in-crime who left him to die after a botched robbery.

Snake Plissken

Snake Plissken

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Jackie Chan and Justin Bieber for Expendables 4?

While Jackie Chan is indeed an action hero, what is Sylvester Stallone thinking about when wanting to cast the young pop-star in a testosterone filled movie?

Jackie Chan: “I don’t want to come out for five minutes, one fighting scene and gone. They’re all good fighters, but I believe I can run faster than [all of them].

Sylvester Stallone: “Anything is possible. . . . [Bieber] might put a beating on all of us. We don’t know. As we go on, we will continue to add more stars, more personalities, more athletes, more individuals around the world, not just Americans. They’ll be from all parts of the world. Hopefully, we’ll be able to film in Asia very soon.

Jackie Chan and Justin Bieber

Jackie Chan and Justin Bieber

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Anthony Mackie reveals the plot of Captain America 3

Anthony Mackie: “Cap and Falcon go looking for Winter Soldier. They find him. They go through this traumatic ordeal of him transforming back into Bucky. Then, once he goes back to Bucky and we get all the craziness out of his head, then we become a three-man duo – he’s got a shield, he’s got an arm, and he’s got wings – and we go out, and we save the world. Cue theme song. And then we go beat up Batman and Superman.

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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A Sith homeworld in Star Wars: Episode VII

The most recent rumors come from Latino Review, who says that we will actually get a chance to see on what the Emperor based his infamous Death Star.

It appears that the Sith homeworld will be presented in the film and that this planet is actually a huge weapon. Moreover, the same rumor says that, “like in the Expanded Universe, the Sith were founded by a Jedi who practiced moral relativism thousands of years ago. He met up with Plagueis and started going by the Sith name Darth Ruin. He split off to unite the Sith tribes under the Dark Side of The Force. I don’t know if all of that is going to be in the movie, but it’s going to get called back as we’ll have a new Ruin in the movie, whomever fancies himself the biggest threat (might this be my Sith Inquisitor?).” 

What do you think? Could this be true, or does it contradict the canon?

Sith homeworld

Sith homeworld

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