Posts by Giana Mucci
- Giana Mucci at Movie Talk4 mths ago
JOIN US FOR THE LIVE RED CARPET PREMIERE OF "THOR: THE DARK WORLD" ON MONDAY NOV. 4 AT 9:30 P.M. ET/6:30 P.M. PT ON YAHOO MOVIES: MOVIES.YAHOO.COM/THOR-LIVE Mortals who have long dreamed of visiting the mystical land of Asgard, home of almighty Thor, will soon have their chance. Starting Nov. 1 and running through the holiday season, the "Treasures of Asgard" experience will be open to residents of earth at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California.
Yahoo Movies got a sneak peek of this new Thor-themed attraction, and here is what we feasted our eyes upon:
Display cases filled with various weapons of Asgardian warriors line a pathway into the museum room — where 'actual artifacts from Asgard' are on display.
Loki’s horned helmet, the Dark Elf mask, as well as Lady Sif's sword appear beautifully encased in glass along with descriptions of their origin.
The Bifrost is then activated — as explained by the voice of Odin — and the group is magically transported to Asgard to meet the mighty Thor himself!
- Giana Mucci at Movie Talk8 mths ago
Superman walked my dog. Twice. How many people can say that?
Back in 2005 I became friends with an extremely handsome restaurant host named Henry. Little did I know it was Henry Cavill, on the cusp of fame.
I used to walk my rescued malamute, Buddy, by the new neighborhood tapas restaurant in West Hollywood, California, each night.
Buddy immediately took to Henry. And I must admit, so did I, almost immediately giving him the moniker "Hot Henry." He was, without a doubt, the most handsome person I'd ever seen in real life and also, quite possibly, the nicest. The British accent didn't hurt either.
I knew Henry was an actor, but when you live in the Los Angeles area — especially in West Hollywood — about 90 percent of the people you meet are "actors." One day I naively offered to help him get an agent. He graciously declined, saying he was in good hands with CAA (Creative Artist Agency — essentially the Rolls-Royce of acting agencies). This was the first time I wondered to myself, who is this guy?
- Giana Mucci at Movie Talk11 mths ago
While promoting "The Croods," Nicolas Cage admitted to turning down the lead role in "Shrek" because of how the character looked. But he said it wasn't done purely out of vanity -- as some reports have claimed. You see, as a father, he wasn't sure whether embodying a giant green ogre would scare kids.
We noticed that Cage looks a lot like his animated prehistoric character in "The Croods," in theaters now. But he's not the first actor to bear an uncanny resemblance to his -- or her -- cartoon counterpart: