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jazzbass6

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Subj: Re: There's nothing official about this statement.
Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 at 06:06:50 pm CDT (Viewed 111 times)
Reply Subj: Re: There's nothing official about this statement.
Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 at 05:40:06 pm CDT (Viewed 118 times)



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    Portman doesn't have the pull/draw that blockbuster movies demand. Her thing is more the Black Swan type movie that she did.


I hope she doesn't. But even so, sometimes things just click with the public despite everything being against them. Transformers, Twilight, Hunger Games... No great actors, no great directors, no script worth anything, and yet three very successful franchises. The cinema going public can be an unpredictable lot.


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    So, I think it's safe to say that Hemsworth has nothing to worry about with contract extensions/renegotiations


Wasn't it Hemsworth who nearly caused a walkout of actors after the first Avengers movie with his complaints over the disparity in pay between actors of his level and actors of Downey Jr's?

There may still be bad blood there. Perhaps that's why Hemsworth has been effectively relegated to the level of co-star in two successive Thor films, and overweight comic relief in a third film? If Marvel are trying to ease him out of the role, they're making quite a good job of it.


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