This #MovieStarMonday we visit with Scott Adkins (Undisputed, Ninja,The Debt Collector, Universal Soldier, The Expendables 2, The Bourne Ultimatum, Zero Dark Thirty, Mutant X, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and Doctor Strange, Day Shift)
Adkins plays Killa in the new film John Wick: Chapter 4 (alongside Keanu Reeves) where one of the greatest action heroes is inside a giant prosthetic suit. Scott Adkins is normally seen doing insanely athletic kicks. He has the sort of physique you might expect from someone who must convincingly portray action heroes who can knock someone's lights out with his shins. Here, on the other hand, he has a completely different look. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjRHZEUamCc
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Fox-TV is hunting down the snake oil salesmen in its latest game show. The network has ordered “Snake Oil”, hosted by David Spade and exec produced by Will Arnett. It’ll see contestants pitched unique products by convincing entrepreneurs – some of whom are showcasing real business ventures, while the others are “Snake Oil Salesmen” whose products are fake. With the help of guest celebrity advisors, contestants must determine which products are real and which are a sham, for a chance to win life-changing money. The series will launch this fall.
Director Rob Savage says his upcoming film adaptation of Stephen King’s 1973 horror story “The Boogeyman” scared test audiences so much that he decided it needed to be recut. The Boogeyman follows the story of some high school students who become haunted by a terrifying monster. Savage explained: “The first time you see the creature, the audience screamed so loud, and then immediately started talking with their neighbours and chattering, that they completely missed the next lines.” The solution was to re-edit the movie, “And build in 45 seconds of padding, just so they didn’t miss any vital information.” The Boogeyman will be released June 2.
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Many women probably won’t be surprised to hear this, but a new Pew Research Center study finds that when wives earn about the same as their husbands or more, they still spend more time on housework and child care. What’s more, their husbands spend more time on paid work and leisure. Pew noted: “Even as financial contributions have become more equal in marriages; the way couples divide their time between paid work and home life remains unbalanced.” Husbands in these marriages were found to spend about 3½ hours more per week on leisure activities than wives do. The wives in these marriages spend roughly 2 hours more per week on caregiving than husbands do and about 2½ hours more on housework. The study found that in 29% of heterosexual marriages today, women and men earn about the same (roughly US $60,000 each). In 55% of opposite-sex marriages, men are the primary or sole breadwinners, earning a median of $96,000, and in 16% of marriages, the wives out-earn their husbands as the primary or sole breadwinner, earning a median of $88,000.
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In Greece three guys thought they had the perfect plan for robbing a bank. They had their getaway car ready. They had their guns drawn and their masks on. What they didn’t count on was that at this particular bank you have to be buzzed in at the front door by bank employees. And a bank usually won’t unlock the door for three guys wearing ski masks with guns drawn. Instead the cops were called and they were arrested.
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