Thursday, December 13, 2018

Jason Momoa: Henry Is "Absolutely Not" Leaving Superman

Warner Bros.

Oh, ye of little faith.

For those of you who ever doubted that Henry was still Superman, Jason Momoa has now reiterated what we knew all along... Supes would never walk away from his role!

Henry has spoken many times about his love for the character. But when a report came out in September stating Warner Bros was essentially shelving Superman, fans started to wonder... despite the fact that Henry's manager immediately clarified Henry's active status as Supes

At the premiere of Aquaman in Hollywood last night, Jason Momoa added a fresh take -- when asked about his recent comments on Henry potentially leaving Superman behind:

“I just talked to Henry… He’s absolutely not [leaving the character], He loves the character. He’s not. One hundred percent.”

WATCH THE VIDEO AT ET'S SITE.

Henry is currently filming The Witcher in Hungary. As ET points points out, it remains to be seen when we will see Henry fly as Supes again... but it's okay. We can wait... though Frosty over at Collider is getting a little antsy.


You tell them Steve!

Monday, December 10, 2018

'M:I Fallout' Receives Two Critics' Choice Nominations, Sag Award Stunt Ensemble Nominee



The Critics' Choice nominations were announced today, and Mission: Impossible Fallout is up for Best Action Movie and Best Visual Effects.

Way to go everyone!

The awards will be presented January 13.

Paramount Pictures

UPDATE (12/12): The film is also nominated for one SAG Award. Congratulations!

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Chef Asks Henry For Very Special Photo In Budapest



A little boy's dream come true!

Chef Macritchie shared this new pic with Henry in Budapest today... you can read the story in his post (above). Basically he asked Henry for the photo, to give it to a young Superman fan... and Supes complied.

Henry is in Hungary filming The Witcher, that will premiere on Netflix next year. Make sure to keep checking back for the latest updates!


Tuesday, December 4, 2018

'M:I Fallout' Out On Blu-ray, Making Top 2018 Lists, Awards


Mission: Impossible Fallout is out on Blu-ray today!

There is a lot to look forward to, including some awesome behind the scenes and cool details you might have missed in the film itself. Did you catch Walker's quick appearance in the video Ethan watched at the beginning of M:I Fallout? Now you can watch it over and over again.  


Bleeding Cool shared an exclusive BTS peek at some of the dangerous stunts in the film.

CHECK IT OUT.

 Paramount Pictures


Mission: Impossible Fallout has also landed on several top lists of 2018 (with more to come).

Variety:

"There are moments in Christopher McQuarrie’s cracklingly fun spectacular when series star Tom Cruise seems hell-bent on killing himself. He did, in fact, break an ankle while filming one of Fallout’s rollicking sequences, a testament to his go-for-broke commitment to this franchise. The Mission: Impossible movies have always been a good time, but Fallout is the first of them to fully utilize the potential of film physics. Whirling high above the mountains of Kashmir in a helicopter and zipping through Paris in one of the new century’s greatest chase scenes, Cruise’s Ethan Hunt is an agent of masterfully controlled chaos, the embodiment of action, finally loosed, regarded with both awe and fear. The best action movie since Mad Max: Fury Road, Fallout may be the sixth installment in the M:I series—but in all its grand escalation, it runs like brand new."

Indiewire (at about 9:30): This one is particularly fun because... Lady Gaga. Just watch.


THE 25 BEST FILMS OF 2018: A VIDEO COUNTDOWN from david ehrlich on Vimeo.


EW:

"In a year when superheroes ruled the box office, the best of the bunch didn’t wear spandex. In his sixth outing as the ageless IMF ringleader Ethan Hunt, Tom Cruise gave a master class in the still-thrilling possibilities of the summer blockbuster. He’s become a skydiving, cliff-hanging, bathroom-brawling antidote to franchise fatigue. Thanks to Cruise and his insatiable, top-this daredevil ethos, Mission: Impossible has become the rare (the only?) series that somehow manages to get better, twistier, and more deliriously fun with each installment."

Finally, M:I Fallout is being recognized by The Los Angeles Online Film Critics. The movie is nominated for Best Blockbuster, Best Visual Effects, Best Stunt Work and Best Action Film. The awards ceremony is set for January 9th. UPDATE (12/7): The film won Best Action Film and Best Stunt Work.

This has been one heck of a year for Henry... and with Nomis and The Witcher on the way, 2019 is looking bright!

UPDATE: Read Henry's new interview with Collider.