They project the lines onto a screen, often with animatics etc so that having to look down or keep really still doesn’t limit the performance. You can clearly see they’re reading off camera. Everyone’s probably dressed nice because someone went “hey we’re going to put a green screen up and film some promo content”.
He had a cameo in your life :D
Seriously, there was nothing like him. God he owned Liefeld and McFarlane
I wish we lived in a Marvel comic book universe, so that we’d know he’d come back shortly in a few issues.
Everyone who complained about Stan the Man’s movie cameos can go suck a cactus. Our world & the MCU are both darker places without him.
I got the chance to meet him at the first Comic-Con (Montreal) I went to some years ago. I was in the bathroom and I guess he had his call of nature at the same time as me. I didn’t want to pester him because that’s not why people go to the bathroom but still took the time to say thank you to him for everything he… Read more
RIP, Mr. Lee.
IRP, Mr. Lee. He’s rap battling Jim Henson in the afterlife now.
I was concerned in the beginning but I thought it turned out alright. I thought they might touch on the fact that there was a plan for Rosa Parks to not get up but they kinda ignored that. I mean it wasn’t just happenstance what happened that day but whatever.
Watching reruns as a pre-teen I thought Samantha was pretty and all, but my feelings for Serena were a ‘little’ different. Looking at her now (40+ years later), I understand.
If Samantha is #1 then Serena is 1A
Gundel Gaukeley..crap, what was her name again in the US? Wait a sec... ah! Got it! Magica de Spell..?!
There isn’t a single aspect of this show that doesn’t look like utter trash. And I feel bad saying that, because it’s giving trash a bad name.
This looks stupid, like 90's “EXTREME” period.
My husband’s uncle was Johnny Eck. “Freaks” couldn’t get a job, and this was how “freaks” made a livelihood. Tod Browning treated them with respect and compassion, he did not exploit them. Uncle Jun never asked for a handout, he worked, and he did what he could. He was talented magician, artist, musician, screen… Read more
Da-na-na-na-da-da-da ... da-du!