In 1990, after years of pleading, Jean-Claud Van Damme finally gave his twin brother, John-Clod Van Damme, a chance at stardom in the role of his twin brother in Double Impact. There relationship fell apart when John-Clod flashed the white power symbol at the end of the film. They still haven’t reconciled.
If I had a nickel for every time a magic vidja game pulled me into another world, I’d have no nickels at all. That never happens. Trust me. I’ve bought countless vidja game systems over the years. It only happened here because this is a movie.
I wonder, is my lack of disgustapation with my physical presentation directly correlated to the lack of mirrors in my house?
Originally, they wanted to call this movie Fox Force Five: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn. They couldn’t get Mia Wallace to reprise her role as Raven McCoy, mostly because Mia Wallace is a character from the Tarantinoverse and not a real person. Mostly.
Jason Mamoa plays the titular role in the movie Aquaman. This is a subtle nod to the racism that still exists in Hollywood. I mean, why else would they cast a man of Native Hawaiian ancestry as the worst superhero in the DCEU?