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The backstory we created is that the cast of this reality show called “Celebrity All-Star” is in the middle of a mandatory round of “get to know each other” drinks in the hotel bar when the room keys stop working.Shows like Celebrity Ghost Hunters and of course The Surreal Life were of inspo, but we thought it was funny to keep it really vague what kind of show they’re on, and just focus on everyone’s diva antics after the cameras stop rolling. Hits bring money, money bring power, power bring fame, fame change the game,” Young Thug.Sisters Weekend: Anyone who is trying to plug their branded merch that no one asked for. We did, however, directly reference Kylie Jenner’s turd-raison lip color for our fictional teen celebutante Gibby Kyle (played by Mary Houlihan). If you’re practical, you’ll likely switch to chasing success and if you’re smart, you’ll hopefully switch to chasing happiness. Sisters Weekend: Mike grew up renting “Monty Python” tapes from the library and staying up late to watch 2000’s SNL, Kat was super into Andy Kaufman and “Kids In The Hall” in high school, and Angelo was heavily influenced by “Strangers With Candy” and Anna Faris in the Scary Movie franchise, so, our comedy heroes mesh from all over. But, also we idolize a lot of the people we work with in NY- Lorelei Ramirez, Erin Markey, Mary Houlihan, who are all in the film, Amy Zimmer, Ana Fabrega, Patti Harrison, Sam Taggart. Even actors – like Patrick Dempsey in the case of a possible Dr.Strange movie – are making sort-of-public appeals, perhaps in the hope of getting a social media groundswell going.I hope that the fans’ voice is loud enough and they want to see a Widow origin story, I know Marvel would be happy to entertain that.We’ve spoken a lot about it.” Clearly, movies based on comic book characters are not going away, not with this kind of money on the table.
And The Black Widow is one of the toughest and most interesting characters ever to come out of comic books.Frank Miller, now famous as a screenwriter (Robo Cop2), a co-director (Sin City, with Robert Rodriguez), and producer (300) is also famous for his Noir-ish comic book art and dark stories.Miller inked this gritty, infinitely beautiful series of Daredevil comics in which Widow and The Man Without Fear team up to fight a shadowy underworld cult organization of Ninjas known as “The Hand.” There is black magic and lots of arrows and poisoned throwing stars and martial arts involved.As Karina Longworth noted in her largely unfavorable view of The Avengers in The Village Voice (you can’t win ‘em all), The Black Widow is the true standout character.“The Avengers hints that this former Russian spy with ‘a very specific skill set’ has a complicated backstory—sordid and shameful, perhaps, but also rife with transformative drama, suggesting an arc that’s much more interesting than anything the characters travel here.” My favorite incarnation of Natasha Romanoff, who’s backstory is indeed shameful and sordid but also quite interesting, is the Frank Miller run.
Most of the Avengers – Hulk, Captain America, Thor, and Iron Man – are bankable franchises.