Saturday, January 16, 2016

NEIL PATRICK HARRIS IS COUNT OLAF IN NETFLIX LEMONY SNICKET SERIES? CONNIE NIELSEN IS 'WONDER WOMAN'S' QUEEN HIPPOLYTA OF AMAZONIANS!

NEIL PATRICK HARRIS IS
COUNT OLAF IN NETFLIX' NEW 'LEMONY SNICKET' SERIES?
Well, isn't this an absolute bliss? Everybody's favourite Neil Patrick Harris is in talks to take the role of crazy Count Olaf in Netflix new series adaptation of A SERIES OF UNFOR- TUNATE EVENTS after they find a new show runner since Mark Hudis has left the project. Famous LEMONY SNICKET children books follow the lives of orphaned siblings Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire as they try to find a guardian and stay out of the clutches of their evil Uncle Olaf, who wants to get his hands on their fortune. The 13 episode series could be directed by Brad Silberling who already helmed the same movie with Jim Carrey and Meryl Streep!

'WONDER WOMAN' MOVIE
FINDS ITS QUEEN OF AMAZONIANS   Meanwhile, beside the World War One setting being officially confirmed for WONDER WOMAN movie, Gal Gadot's Diana of Themyscira's has found her mother, Hippolyta the Queen of Amazonians in GLADIATOR's Connie Nielsen (who is, by the way, 50, not that the photo shows it). It has been revealed before that the movie, set in today's world, in WW1 and WONDER WOMAN's homeland, will  see Chris Pine playing her love interest Steve Trevor! Ewen Bremner, Robin Wright, David Thewlis, Danny Huston, Elena Anaya also star in Patty Jenkins helmed movie. There are also some gossips saying that Sean Bean could play the main villain Ares. The movie is out June next year.

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    1. Not that they will sail down the Amazon

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  2. Yes! I believe Neil will do Olaf justice. A reboot was long overdue. Do it right Netflix!

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  3. I loveeee series of unfortunate events. I have most of the books and have seen the movie as well. Can't wait to see the new Count Olaf :p

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  4. I remember the movie version

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    1. yes, it wasn't a great one, I remember it was terribly boring and unwatchable

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  5. I agree, Dezzy. I usually love Jim Carrey, but did not like him in that movie. I do think NPH will do a good job with remaking Count Olaf into a watchable character.

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    1. it was just a very boring movie and a bit to vile for kids if you ask me.

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