Tuesday, March 18, 2008

The New Ripped and Low-Fat Hulk

When producers of the new Incredible Hulk movie said they'd come up with a new look for the Hulk, they weren't kidding. While the body of the Hulk in the first movie was more similar to the one in the comic books, this new Hulk's body is more like a bodybuilder's that's fresh from intense fat-burning training! It's lean and ripped! Unfortunately, the new Hulk lacks pectoral muscle mass.

The face of this new Hulk also mirrors the one drawn by artists in the comic books and it doesn't resemble puny human Edward Norton's face (left) one bit unlike the previous movie which certainly had the Hulk's face (even the floppy ears) appear like Eric Bana's. See the resemblance?

Strangely, this new Hulk's facial expression resembles Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao's (below-left) as he poses during a weigh-in. Even the ripped muscles are similar. Is it just coincidence?

On the other hand, The Abomination, the Hulk's scaly nemesis in the comic book, also got a makeover. He's no longer "fishy-looking" in this movie and they removed the fangs and spiky, fin ears, opting for a more raw, rounded, and slimy appearance (below).

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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Surfwise Is All about the Modern Frontiersman

Documentaries of people throwing modern life into the wind and communing with the wilderness and the elements seem to be getting popular these days, perhaps it's because of issues like global warming and environmental degradation that have crept into everyday consciousness. Remember the sixties and seventies? It's supposed to be the Age of Aquarius!

Well, people who are into this kind of stuff will be wanting to watch this new documentary movie about one medical doctor who threw his old life away to make it a nomadic life of surfing living in a small trailer and eating food with little fat or sugar. But while most who experience this king of epiphany go out on their own, this man, Dorian Paskowitz set out to live his dream with his wife and kids---all nine of them! Their story is told like never before in this movie and will no doubt inspire many viewers, especially those who love surfing, nature, and living a nomadic life.

Paskowitz has been considered a modern frontiersman, but instead of the old covered wagon as his home, he had an old trailer where he raised his family and which took them to experience the adventure of their lives. Move over Thornberries!

Jump here to view pictures of the Pakowitz family during the Surfwise party at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).

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Thursday, March 6, 2008

Indiana Jones and the Crystal Clear Stunt Doubles

The much anticipated fourth installment to Steven Spielberg's Indiana Jones series, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, promises a lot of action. But, as Harrison Fords character clearly puts it in the trailer, "It's not as easy as it used to be." That quote may be closer to the truth during the shoot of the movie, though it's been rumored Ford had wanted to do most of the stunts, like in the old days.

In the last movie, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Indy gets caught between a tank and a wall of earth, it was obvious, even with the purposely distorted face of the actor, that it wasn't Harrison Ford doing the stunt. It was in fact Vic Monroe Armstrong (left), his stunt double. As a veteran stunt coordinator, he is not famous for doubling for Timothy Dalton in the movie Flash Gordon, and as Superman in place of Christopher Reeve in Superman 2. Armstrong is also an accomplished film director.

It was said, during filming of Raiders of the Lost Ark, that Armstrong looked so much like Ford that people often confused the two. But maybe it's just the costume. There were two other stunt doubles, anyhow. But Ford was actually the one who acted in the choreographed fight scenes, claiming that there wouldn't have been much else for him to do if he "wasn't in the thick of it" during filming. Well, the story may be different for the filming of this latest Indiana Jones movie, and it's mildly hinted at with some humor about aging.

You'd expect that Armstrong would still be Ford's double (or head stunt coordinator) in the latest adventure film, but no. He had to bow out because of previous commitment to shooting The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. Someone else had to play fall guy, and Dan Bradley was chosen. So, who's Dan Bradley? He's probably one of the Indiana Jones's pictured in the series of movie stills in this post (below), but we movie fans can only guess. It could be any other unnamed stunt guy. Which ones do you think is the real Ford?

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