Jamie Lee Curtis wields firearms in new 'Halloween' movie despite advocating for gun control
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Jamie's got a gun in the latest "Halloween" reboot.
At one point, she shoots him as he's standing in front of a window.
But Curtis’s on-screen actions stand in contrast to her real-life persona as an advocate for gun control -- one of several Hollywood actors who use firearms in their films while preaching against them away from the set.
In light of several high-profile mass shootings, Curtis has voiced her support for gun reform legislation. But she's also appeared in films such as "True Lies," "Virus," "Halloween II" and "Blue Steel" where she uses firearms multiple times.
A poster for “Blue Steel” (1990) features her holding a handgun.
Following the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla, she appeared in a video to honor one of the 49 victims.
But while Curtis is in favor of gun control legislation, she apparently isn’t entirely anti-gun.
For the “Halloween” reboot, Curtis tweeted a photo of a paper shooting target and said: First shot. 357. Feels good to have Laurie back on set for @halloweenmovie. #halloweenmovie.”
Some politicians have seized on the issue to call out what they perceive is Hollywood's hypocrisy.
“I noticed recently if you put in a column of every movie I ever did where I carry a gun, and every movie where I don’t, and my salary ... I really think it would be about 92 percent to 8 percent.”
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October 10, 2018
John Mellencamp's former keyboardist Eric Franklin Rosser pleads guilty to child porn after FBI manhunt
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Busy Philipps says she had ‘emotional boyfriend,’ Michelle Williams stopped her from divorcing Marc Silverstein
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e Four Realms takes the classic tale into the 21st century.</p><p>Disney's live-action remake of the ubiquitous story features an A-list cast.</p><p>A new featurette, starring some of these cast members, gives behind the scenes glimpses of the magic that went into the film.</p><p>The featurette is likely to spark some excitement for the adults accompanying children to the cinema this holiday season.</p><p>You can watch the featurette right here at Express.co.uk</p><p>Made conspicuous by their absences in the featurette are stars Helen Mirren and Morgan Freeman.</p><p>Mirren plays the Ginger Queen, the evil ruler of the fourth realm.</p><p>While Freeman plays Drosselmeyer, the godfather of Mackenzie Foy's character Clara.</p><p>Also appearing in the featurette are the aforementioned Foy and co-star Jayden Fowora-Knight.</p><p>Fowora-Knight plays the eponymous Nutcracker, aka Philip.</p><p>Misty Copeland, the American ballerina also stars as, understandably, the Ballerina, is also in the featurette.</p><p>Kiera Knightly is the first face glimpsed in the featurette, playing the Sugar Plum Fairy.</p><p>Finally, production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas closes the clip by describing the fourth realm as troubled.</p><p>While the movie is your typical Christmas film, the release date is a very early November 2, 2018.</p><p>The plot of the movie follows Clara (Mackenzie Foy, Interstellar) in her quest for a unique key to unlock a box she was given by her late mother.</p><p>Instead, she gets a golden thread from her godfather Drosselmeyer at his annual holiday party.</p><p>The thread leads to the key vanished into a mysterious alternate world into which Clara follows.</p><p>There, Clara meets many people and creatures alike, including Phillip, a gang of mice, and the rules of three of the four realms.</p><p>These three realms are, as described in the featurette: Land of Snowflakes, Land of Flowers and Land of Sweets.</p><p>Together, Clara and Phillip must make their way into the troubled Fourth Realm ruled by Mother Ginger to find the key and restore peace to the realms.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
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mic-book store with his kid.</p><p> Early last week, the Asners could be spotted at Hollywood's legendary Golden Apple Comics. But they weren't shopping.</p><p> Instead, the two were promoting an internet comic-art auction to raise funds for The Ed Asner Family Center. The auction goes live Wednesday.</p><p> Founded earlier this year by the actor's son, Matthew, and daughter-in-law, Navah, the center offers programs and education for both special-needs children and their families.</p><p> The star of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," ''Lou Grant" and the lead voice in the Pixar animated favorite "Up," Ed Asner has a son and three grandchildren with autism.</p><p> "They're (all) beautiful people," the actor noted. "And, at the same time, they need all the help they can get maneuvering through life. The Family Center is designed to help them do that."</p><p> Father and son have had a comic-book connection for decades, when the two would buy a couple of new comic books before the elder Asner would take his son to work on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show."</p><p> Matthew became a serious comic-art fan, so the idea of an auction to raise funds for a permanent home for the center came about organically. The pair caught a break when Matthew's tweet asking for donations got a response and assist by the revered, award-winning comic artist Kevin Nowlan.</p><p> "His tenacity helped us to get to some of the greatest artists in the business: Alex Ross, Sam Keith, Bill Sienkiewicz," said Matthew. Among auction highlights are rare original cover art from "Captain America," ''Astro City" books, as well as three donations from Nowlan himself.</p><p> Dad also enjoys comics: "My favorite cartoon or comic strip of all was 'Plastic Man,'" Asner recalled. "I adored his sense of humor. He had a great sense of humor. Perhaps that affected me in later years when I tried to develop one."</p><p> Eventually, he did. Asner may end up best remembered for playing hilariously crusty TV-news director Lou Grant on the sitcom classic "The Mary Tyler Moore Show."</p><p> "Lou Grant was a total birth of Ed Asner as a comedic personality," Asner commented. "With 'Mary Tyler Moore,' I learned to do comedy, which I had always feared and run from, ignoring the fact that people found me innately funny — just to look at."</p><p> When counting wins for work on both "Mary" and "Lou," the role earned Asner a total seven Emmy awards. But Asner acknowledged success came at too big a price. "During my career, I stiffed the family. I let them come in second all too often."</p><p> Asner said he deeply regretted not being around for his children, crediting ex-wife Nancy Sykes for Matthew's successes.</p><p> Matthew disagreed: "He likes to tell people he had nothing to do with making me who I am, but he had everything to do with making me who I am. He instilled a sense of fairness and a sense of fight for the underdog and a sense of really what's important in life."</p><p> Follow AP Entertainment writer Mike Cidoni Lennox online at Twitter: @CidoniLennox</p>
o;s poem For the Fallen, was simultaneously shown at cinemas across the country followed by a Q&A with the director and film critic Mark Kermode.</p><p>The documentary film was committed by 14-18 NOW and the Imperial War Museums, who provided Jackson with hours of archive footage from the conflict.</p><p>Using modern production techniques the black and white was cleaned up and colourised, bringing to life the faces of the British serviceman who lived and died in the trenches of the Western Front.</p><p>The film begins in black and white, showing enlisting and training before breaking out into glorious colour, that’s something akin to early technicolour films like Gone With The Wind, once in France.</p><p>Adding sound and voices to the men on screen, thanks to lip reading, the world of 100 years ago really does come to life in a way it never has before.</p><p>Meanwhile, the footage is complemented by the voices of veterans who gave interviews about their experiences in the 1960s and 70s for a BBC documentary at the time.</p><p>Their insight is eye-opening, expressing views that would perhaps contradict modern ideas of how contemporary people felt about the First War World, perhaps in part being constructed by Hollywood films.</p><p>One of those most surprising things about the documentary was how funny it was at times; soldiers would laugh, joke and banter their way through France.</p><p>Of course, considering the death they were facing on a daily basis meant that sometimes humour is all they had left.</p><p>There’s even footage of British troops enjoying the company of German POWs, who the veterans said they tended to get on with and shared their common yearning for the war to end.</p><p>Nevertheless, when the 11th hour of the 11th day came in 1918 there was no real cause for celebration due to fears of unemployment on return to Britain.</p><p>One veteran even said it felt like “being made redundant”, while another added, “I’d do it all again.”</p><p>Yet Jackson noted in the Q&A afterwards that of course those who didn’t come back weren’t able to give their story and no doubt would feel very different about it all. In fact, he pointed out there’s one batch of footage shown from The Somme in which the men captured on film were killed just twenty minutes later.</p><p>All in all, They Shall Not Grow Old is a profoundly human look at the First World War.</p><p>While the audience hasn’t been through the same experience, the film provides a most relatable connection to the real people portrayed on screen; so expect both smiles and laughter alongside poignancy and tears.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
for clues to what the next movie could be about.</p><p>One big resource is the upcoming Avengers 4 trailer.</p><p>But without much to go on, not even a title, fans have taken to Reddit to speculate.</p><p>One recent post claims to reveal the full details of the entire plot of the upcoming trailer.</p><p>Unfortunately, we don't know for sure whether the below description will be the plot as the trailer is still nowhere to be seen.</p><p>But the recently deleted Reddit thread seemed to give a plausible and detailed idea of what could be in the upcoming trailer.</p><p>Next, we see the Wakandan throne with M’Baku at the helm. He’s surrounded by his new kings guard. (A mix of the hill tribe and Dora Milaje). Shuri and Banner are seen working on a new project in the lab. Black Widow, in full gear, is in Hawkeye’s family home from Age of Ultron.</p><p>Basically, everything is thrown all over the place and broken. Nat is studying some type of map with multiple photos and locations on it. A quick shot of Thanos is shown with a long sword, walking down an alleyway in New York City.</p><p>The next shot is a dark hooded figure with glowing eyes, aiming a bow and arrow before shooting towards the camera. (1-2 visuals of the Quantum Realm) Scott Lang (no suit) is shown running through a park dodging explosions. (Shot of Space) Thor and Valkyrie are aboard a Kree ship. Thor says: “If the stories are true, you’re our universe’s last hope. If such a thing even exists anymore”.</p><p>The next shot is an older, determined Tony Stark walking through the new SHIELD HQ’s (Avengers Facility in upstate New York). He’s in full SHIELD attire and carrying an orange briefcase. Banner (wearing spandex) is seen running from something, looking terrified. The next shot is Ant-Man appearing out of a flash of light and landing in a desolate place. We see it from his point of view from inside his helmet. He looks left to right and to his left again and says: “What in the-”. (Camera focuses on Vormir and its stars)</p><p>Next, a shot of Rocket and Nebula modifying some new weapons in the lab. Rocket says “When can we try this bad boy out?” They both smile at each other and fist-bump. We get our first glimpse of Iron Man in his red and gold nanotech armour. Hulk falls from the sky and lands in front of him. Thanos, in full armour, smiles. Hulk smiles back.</p><p>The next shot is in Japan. War Machine, Nat, and Steve (in their full Avengers gear) are surrounded by The Yakuza. Hawkeye (Ronin) walks through everybody from behind them and approaches the Avengers. There’s an intense exchange of looks between Clint and Natasha (Next shot is at the Sanctum) Wong is communicating with Dr Strange’s soul via the portal. (Cuts to black)</p><p>Grey haired Tony Stark and Ant-Man are in a post-apocalyptic NYC. The screen flashes back and forth multiple times through multiple scenes. We see Captain Marvel floating with her fists on fire and her eyes lit up. Thanos in the soul stone with young Gamora screaming at him Loki and Thor fighting off Chitauri together. And Tony handing Steve a brand new shield in the Wakandan throne room. (Cuts back to Tony and Scott)</p><p>Tony opens the orange briefcase as Scott hands him an illuminated bracelet. Tony asks: “How?… Is this even possible?” (Iron Man and Ant-Man are shown travelling through the Quantum Realm. Tony and Scott are back in the battle of New York from 2012.</p><p>The final shot before the title reveal is an Infinity Stone disappearing from Thanos’ damaged gauntlet. He abruptly gets up and puts on his armour. His face goes from extremely infuriated to a menacing smile.</p><p>Stinger: The Hulk is training at the new SHIELD facility with Black Widow and Steve. Steve notices that Hulk has been training non-stop as of late, so he asks why. Hulk responds in Banner’s normal voice with: “My rematch is coming real soon, I can feel it!”</p><p>The Hulk is training at the new SHIELD facility with Black Widow and Steve. Steve notices that Hulk has been training non-stop as of late, so he asks why. Hulk responds in Banner’s normal voice with: “My rematch is coming real soon, I can feel it!”</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. </p>
dent Donald Trump — proud.</p><p>Sotheby’s auction house is holding its first all-gold auction on Wednesday in London and there is, quite literally, something to suit the tastes of every member of the 1 percent.</p><p>The star of the show is a 1977 gold painted Ferrari, one of four in the world. Bidding will start at $450,000 for the car, which boasts a chestnut brown — not gold — interior.</p><p>And why not celebrate a successful bid on the car with a six liter gold bottle of Dom Pérignon champagne? Bidding for the 2002 bubbly starts at $19,278. Or perhaps you’d prefer the less expensive option: A gold three liter bottle of Louis Roederer 2002 Cristal Brut will start at $6,426.</p><p>Whichever sparkling beverage the winning bidder chooses can be poured into a set of eight wine goblets, which have a starting bid of $9,000.</p><p>Perhaps the most unusual item on the block is an 18-karat gold bust of supermodel Kate Moss, starting at $300,000. Called "Song of the Siren," the sculpture "boldly articulates the artist’s characteristic investigation into ideas of beauty and celebrity," according to Sotheby's.</p><p>The most expensive item is a 1961 painting from French artist Yves Klein, titled “Monogold Sans Titre.” The small gold panel starts at just over $1 million and articulates “the artist’s life-long preoccupation with the transcendental medium of gold,” according to Sotheby’s.</p><p>After all the excitement of Wednesday’s auction is over, one lucky deep-pocketed buyer can look forward to climbing into bed and getting some rest on a surprisingly soft king-sized set of bed sheets made of 24-karat gold and silk.</p><p>At just $38,000, they're unlikely to keep the 1 percent up at night.</p>
Fan Bingbing, says the film's release has been canceled in the wake of her disappearance and conviction on tax evasion charges.</p><p> The World War II thriller, also starring Bruce Willis and Adrien Brody, was to have been released Oct. 26.</p><p> However, director Xiao Feng posted on his Weibo miniblog Wednesday that it was "time to let go" after eight years of work on the film.</p><p> State media said Fan evaded taxes by using two separate contracts for her work on "Air Strike."</p>
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