ITT: Actors who raped people irl
>It turns out his experiences in sex came in handy in the filming of The Lord of the Rings, when his character Saruman was raped in the ass by Grima Wormtongue in a scene that was not included in the theatrical release. As director Peter Jackson explained in the movie's DVD commentary, he tried to get Lee to scream as he was raped, only to be corrected. "Have you any idea what kind of noise happens when somebody's raped in the ass?" Lee said he asked Jackson. "Because I do." (For the record, it's more of a gasp because...
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Are you going to watch it, /tv/?
What was his endgame?
Just watched S2 Ep 9 where leland dies and bob's spirit is freeand have heard everything is downhill from there except the finale, should i keep watching or just skip to the finale?
You should kill yourself for even asking the question you useless millenial filth
Just watch the fucking show. Better yet skip the whole thing and read a summary on Reddit or Wikipedia. Then you won't have to sit through all the boring dialogue, music, cinematography, etc.
>GoT season ends
>/tv/ flooded with based Sopranaissance threads
This board has never been better. Let's keep it going,
Hello Brits I need some new British comedy I've already watch all the Peep Shows and the old stuff like Fawlty/Are you being served/Ab Fab/One foot in the grave etc.
Rec me something not as well known but still good.
How is film so good at subconsciously convincing us of the reality of a fictional performance during it's duration?
One can plainly see that the events unfolding, no matter how far-fetched, are just people playing pretend on a screen, but we somehow resonate with them in the moment, feel for their tragedy, become excited over their success, admire their character.
Genuinely curious if anybody knows the science behind this and how it influences the brain?
Story-telling as a learning endeavor is evolutionarily engrained into as, as a species with dulled instincts and brains to spare. Having language and culture is part of it. If we didn't have those things, we would look at a movie screen the way a cat does.
what's the dumbest most retarded shit an actor has spent his money on
What's the JK stand for?
A gender-swapped remake of Office Space.
>Good guy: Do you have any idea what will happen if you go through with this?
>Bad guy: I'm counting on it
>Usual badguy(s) realize other/newer badguy is not only an enemy, but is a lot worse than they are
That scene where the Nazis realize the Red Skull is planning to destroy Berlin in CA gave me a boner.
>WE FINNA BE COUNTING ON IT, BITCH!
Why does the original Ghostbusters New York seem like the best city in the world, /tv/? When did it all change and why?
New York was a shithole all through the 70's and well into the 90's. Watch Death Wish or Death Wish 3 - there's certain parts that look like bombed out Eastern Europe that were actually filmed on location in NYC.
I liked it.
I didn't. Hated the over the top emo acting. Hated the rewrite of Uncle Ben's murder by Sandman (who'm I didn't like very much). Hated what they did with Venom (inexcusable).