I guess it depends on the movie or what the filmmaker is going for. Personally, as long as you can do the jobs necessary in the film and have the attitude and can actually act, then you likely are convincing. Often the attitude and personality wins over brawn. Still, a mixture of both never hurt, but we don’t need to see built, macho women to have female action characters succeed.
Looking convincing means they need to look tough -- they need to be muscular and fit, they need to be able to look mean and act like they mean business.
For me, this is a no-brainer. Sean Connery defined the character with his suave, calm interpretation of the British secret agent. I think the best example for how well he embodied 007 was in Goldfinger (1964), which includes several scenes of Bond basically just hanging out with the titular villain, Auric Goldfinger. His performance is mesmerizing in this particular movie, showcasing Bond's character and personality more than just his gadgets and moves.
While I personally believe Connery was the best actor to play James Bond, I think that the Daniel Craig-era films are definitely some of the best in the series. After being savagely parodied by the Austin Powers franchise, 007 needed to distance himself from the campiness of previous entries. Casino Royale (2006), the first entry to star Craig, did exactly that. This is my absolute favorite film in the James Bond series, with a tight screenplay that focuses on practical, more realistic espionage. While some of Casino Royale's sequels have embraced more of the corniness that audiences have come to expect from the series, I still think the production, writing, and tone of these newer films have cemented 007's place in modern cinema, and I am eagerly awaiting the release of No Time to Die (2020).
No, King Kong is fictional.
The character of King Kong, as Merian C. Cooper created him in the script he wrote for the motion picture of that title, actually could not physically exist on Earth because his bone and muscle tissue would be too weak to support his weight. However, there was once a species of great ape far larger in mean-average size than most other types of great ape, called Gigantopithecus. It has also been linked with the "yeti," or "abominable snowman," which is believed to inhabit the Himalayan Mountains, and with "Sasquatch/Bigfoot," which is said to inhabit the forests of North America. Both of these are said to be anthropoid creatures whose existences have yet to be proven or disproven conclusively. But the Gigantopithecusspecies of great ape is known to have previously existed, and that species of ape might very well have influenced Cooper's creation of the character of King Kong.
King Kong first appearance was in Japan, in Godzilla series. One of Godzilla's enemy.
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In the canon story of the games, the Umbrella Corporation was shut down by the government in 2003. The only name it was known by was Umbrella, followed by the abbreviations Corp., Inc., or lesser known as Umbrella Pharmaceuticals.
The company that rose to prominence after Umbrella's shutdown was named Tricell. Tricell is an entirely different entity that Umbrella, though. It is not a new name for the Umbrella Corporation.
Robin's catchphrase "Holy -___-'Fill in the Blank'-___-Batman!" and , others , "Atomic batteries to power...turbines to speed." , "Holy bargain basements, Batman!" , "Holy flypaper, Batman!" and "Holy rusted metal, Batman!"
Dick Greyson's parents were killed in a horrible circus accident. Not long afterward he was adopted by million heir playboy, Bruce Wayne. When Dick stumbled on to the secret that Bruce is actually Batman, Bruce trained the young acrobat to become his side kick and dubbed him 'Robin.' Eventually Dick struck out on his own as the super hero known as 'Nighwing.'
In 1983, DC comics began revamping older series and Jason Todd was named the new Robin and given a similar back story. In 1988 The Joker kidnapped Jason Todd and DC comics ran a phone poll where readers could call in and vote for weather or not they wanted the Joker to kill him. The character was killed off by a vote of 5343-5271. He later was resurrected as the anti-hero "The Red Hood.'
Tim Drake was in the audience at the circus when Dick Graysons parents were killed. Later he introduced himself to Grayson (When Grayson had taken the roll of Nightwing) and impressed him with his skill. Grayson and Alfred Pennyworth appealed to Bruce Wayne to become the new Robin. Wayne eventually agreed and trained him as the new Robin. He has since assumed the identity of "Red Robin".
Stephanie Brown was first introduced as the daughter of the lesser Riddler-like super-villain, "Cluemaster". She created the costumed identity "The Spoiler" in order to foil her father's elaborate crimes. She was discovered by Batman and Robin (Tim Drake) and discouraged from continuing her vigilante career. But she did continue and teamed up regularly (occasionally romantically) with Robin. When Tim was forced to retire as Robin by his father, Stephanie briefly took up the role of Robin. After a run-in with Black Mask and her identity was compromised, she faked her own death and later re-appeared first as Spoiler and then Batgirl.
Damian Wayne is the biological son of Bruce Wayne and Talia al Ghul. Gestated in an artificial womb, he was trained by the League of Assassins until about the age of 7 or 8, when Talia introduced him to Batman. His lethal methods were eventually reformed and he assumed the role of Robin. As of this writing, he has recently been killed by an older clone of himself.
Shrapnel reaching his heart in the first movie, and paladium in his heart (from his micro arc reactor in his chest) poisoned him and killing him, in Iron-Man 2.
Marcus, played by Martin Lawrence in Bad Boys II. Marcus used "woosah" in an attempt to reduce stress. He learned this tactic during Miami Police mandated group therapy sessions after the events of Bad Boys I.
The Oracle said to Neo that he has the gift, but he seems to be waiting for something, maybe his next life.
Yes! The trailer for the other version can be seen on the link below in the Sources and related links section.
For one thing, women simply aren't built the same way as men. A female does not naturally pack on the same amount of muscle mass. That doesn't mean they aren't strong, fit, or totally capable. It just means they are put together differently. Often, women that workout and build mass tend to do stretching routines to help tone and lengthen the muscles as well. They can be quite muscular, and not show the same way as a buff man. As far as the movies go, female action hero types tend to rely on intelligence, cunning, and training more than just brute strength as well.
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There are many stories about his orgin, but having mental disorders, it's unlikely even he would know. Jack nicklson portrayl depicted the joker as a criminal who wennt insane after being dumped into a vast of chemicals, and having his wife die the same day. In heath ledgers take, the joker has stories to accomadate his situations, involving an abusive father and self mutalation over an incident involving his wife. His name and orgin remains unknown
Danny Glover or Chris Rock
I doubt it. Christopher Nolan is much more smarter than to ruin it with a sequel.
... It's not the right Question.. I have browsed through 2 different Inception movies, so the answer is; Yes there are Two different versions of Inception.
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There were two endings filmed for "King Kong vs Godzilla". The Japanese released showed Godzilla as the victor while the English version of the film had King Kong as the supreme beast.
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