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As you get older, is it more difficult to last the pace? You have to keep going and try to hunger games and has also done TV. He was in Vinyl. Does he take advice from dad? We talk about a lot. I'm proud of him. He's doing it the right way. Did you have any reservations, following you and his mother? With all of my kids, I want them to find something they love to do and then figure a way of paying for it.
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ACTOR Woody Harrelson will be heading to a galaxy far, far away for his next movie, playing a role in the second anthology Star Wars film focused on a young Han Solo. Lucasfilm said Wednesday in a statement that the 55-year-old Oscar-nominated actor will join Alden Ehrenreich, who will play the younger version of the smuggler and space pirate Han Solo. The cast will also include Donald Glover, as a young Lando Calrissian, and Emilia Clarke, of Game of Thrones, in an undisclosed role. "We couldn't be more excited to work with an artist with as much depth and range as Woody," said Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, directors of the film due out for release next year. "His ability to find both humor and pathos, often in the same role, is truly unique. He is also very good at ping pong." The Hunger Games actor told Mashable in a Facebook Live that he would be playing a "mentor to Han, but I'm also a bit of a criminal".
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It is not right for London to act like a Hunger Games-style capital seeking to subjugate the districts. We need fair rail services for Kent, Essex and the other Home Counties and I urge the Secretary of State to carry on and uphold his decision.
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The role of mentor befits the head of Woody Harrelson. After mentoring and saving Katniss and Peeta’s life in Hunger Games saga as Haymitch, Harrelson has signed on to play a mentor to another...
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Woody Harrelson is officially joining the cast of the upcoming Star Wars standalone film centered around a young Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) , and Mashable got a chance to talk to the Hunger Games star soon after the casting news broke on Wednesday. Details about Harrelson's Star Wars role are scarce, but the actor confirmed rumors that he'll be playing "a mentor to Han," telling Mashable that his character is "also a bit of a criminal." Much as Obi-Wan Kenobi schooled Luke Skywalker in the ways of the Force, perhaps Harrelson's character will tutor the young Han Solo in the finer points of being a smuggling scoundrel. Read more... More about Alden Ehrenreich , Star Wars , Han Solo , Woody Harrelson , and Entertainment
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Woody Harrelson is confirmed to join the young Han Solo Star Wars movie. The Hollywood Reporter noted on Jan. 3 that Harrelson was in talks to join the film as the young Solo's mentor figure, which sounds very similar to his role as Haymitch Abernathy in the Hunger Games franchise. SEE ALSO: Harrison Ford's 10 best movie roles ever We couldn't be more excited to work with an artist with as much depth and range as Woody, directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller said in a statement . His ability to find both humor and pathos, often in the same role, is truly unique. He is also very good at ping pong. Read more... More about Alden Ehrenreich , Woody Harrelson , Han Solo , Star Wars , and Movies
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Obama might be unwilling to speak out against his successor, but that's why Key & Peele gave him an anger translator. Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key reprised their roles as Obama and Luther in a special sketch that aired on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Thursday night. SEE ALSO: How to lobby your Congressperson but also talk about fun stuff like 'Westworld' "How did this happen, man?" Luther cries out. "Don't you understand? This is how The Hunger Games starts!" When he tries to talk about the Electoral College, Luther can't even stand to stay in the room. "He doesn't even want the job ," Luther adds, rising up from beneath the camera. "I saw it in his eyes, the dude was shook. The only reason he ran was because his factory in China made too many red hats!" Read more... More about Barack Obama , Donald Trump , Jordan Peele , Keegan Michael Key , and Trevor Noah
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The result: the best Marvel movie to date and one of the most hilarious CGI raccoon-like creatures you will ever see on screen. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 Splitting the last book in the series was a mistake as instead of having one fantastic movie, you instead have two good ones. Mockingjay - Part 2 is by far the darkest Hunger Games movie but it's well made and a fitting end to the franchise. While there's not enough Hunger Games style action scenes, the end showdown is worth the wait and elevates the movie above its YA fiction leanings. Pan's Labyrinth Guillermo del Toro's back catalogue is wonderful bag of strangeness. He's delved into the superhero genre with both Blade II and Hellboy, wrote a fan letter to Japanese culture with Pacific Rim, tackled horror with both Chronos and Devil's Backbone but his masterpiece has to be Pan's Labyrinth.
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MARK Tainton hailed his Bristol Rugby players' spirit as they fought back from 15-0 down to beat Sale Sharks 24-23 and claim the club's first away win in the Aviva Premiership since March 2008.The acting head coach who has now overseen five wins in his eight games in charge said they're totally up for it when asked about his players' hunger to beat the drop.Bristol backed up their Boxing Day win over Worcester who sprung a Premiership surprise themselves by...
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MARK Tainton hailed his Bristol Rugby players' spirit as they fought back from 15-0 down to beat Sale Sharks 24-23 and claim the club's first away win in the Aviva Premiership since March 2008.The acting head coach who has now overseen five wins in his eight games in charge said they're totally up for it when asked about his players' hunger to beat the drop.Bristol backed up their Boxing Day win over Worcester who sprung a Premiership surprise themselves by...
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It also pretty much inspired the Hunger Games, albeit in a very watered down way. The 36th Chamber of Shaolin You can understand why the Wu-tang Clan loved this movie so much they used it as the basis of the name of their first album. It's a Shaw Bros classic that sees a Ching Dynasty rebel fight through battle after battle and eventually reach the hallowed 36th Chamber. Lovely stuff. Under The Skin Jonathan Glazer may make movies at a glacial speed, but they are always worth the wait. Under The Skin is an unnerving, brilliant piece of cinema that starts off as realist moviemaking and ends up being utterly surreal. The plot, though, sci-fi is slight: Scarlett Johansson is an alien who spends its days driving the roads of Scotland to pick up prey, until one day it starts questioning what it is really doing. But the way Glazer tells the story is nothing short of a masterpiece.
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During the Cold War, Films like Failsafe, Torn Curtain, and The Manchurian Candidate, and even The Day The Earth Stood Still fed our paranoia and got under our collective skin. Even today elements of Star Wars and The Hunger Games warned of the dangers of despotism. Like some of these other periods, today we face a real, but internal, existential threat. We can only hope that the filmmakers of our day will use their art to warn and inform us. Until they do, it's worth thinking about those films from the past that might already be a part of our cultural and political DNA. That might help inspire us, comfort us, agitate us, and maybe even provide an occasional diversion. We're going to talk about that today with my guest Mick LaSalle. He is the head film critic for the San Francisco Chronicle. He's the author of two books about Pre-Hays Code Hollywood, and it is my pleasure to welcome Mick LaSalle to the program.
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This article was written by Colin Lalley of PolicyGenius . The New Year is here, which means it's time to look at the year ahead. For a lot of people, that means tackling some big resolutions: losing weight, being more mindful, writing that young adult dystopian novel you've been sitting on since you saw The Hunger Games . It also means deciding what you're going to do to maximize your money. Even if you've maxed out your 401(k) and/or IRA , that doesn't mean you still can't put your money to work. Investing is a four-letter word to a lot of people who think they'll be instantly overwhelmed by hours of research. But robo-advisors like Betterment and Wealthfront have made investing easier than ever for everyone from novices to pros. But are investment robo-advisors the right choice for you and your money in 2017? That depends on your individual situation, but it's important to know the pros and cons before you dive in.