When we watch a movie, we are watching the final product of months (or even years) of hard work. We get to see the relationships of celebrities as they are on screen. The laughs, the tears, the dynamics are all a part of a scripted story. And usually, we don’t see much of what happened on the set of these feature films. Of course, to every rule, there is an exception. When things go south between celebrities on set, the mystery that surrounds production slightly unravels in the media. Some of the world’s favorite movies didn’t have a smooth production, due to on-set feuds. Here is five of the worst! Continue reading
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie brought the turtle power to San Diego Comic-con and we’re bringing you the inside info. Watch the feature below to find out what Will Arnett, Megan Fox, Kevin Eastman and more had to say about the upcoming film on The Daily Quirk!
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Much is being made of Michael Bay’s planned live action re-boot of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film franchise, and the buzz is not likely to die down anytime soon after the recent casting announcements. Not too long ago, it was announced that Megan Fox would be taking on the iconic role of April O’Neil (apparently Bay and Fox have kissed and made up after their heavily publicized feud following the second Transformers film) and now word is out that Will Arnett will be joining the cast as well. Although his role is still being kept under wraps, it appears he won’t be playing the Casey Jones, the ninja turtles’ hockey mask wearing friend, so that leaves us to speculate if he’ll be taking on a known character like Splinter or Shredder, or a new character added for the film. Continue reading