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Guillermo del Toro on his plans to adapt Naoki Urasawa's Monster for HBO, Crossbones should be the next Winter Soldier reveal, Drax says Star-Lord is pretty cut and behind the scenes of HBO's Game of Thrones.
Hopefully del Toro gets this one done. Speaking at the fourth annual Hero Complex Film Festival, Guillermo spoke about his approach to the adaptation of Naoki Urasawa's Monster.
Frank Grillo tweeted that he's in Cleveland for filming of Captain America: The Winter Soldier so his costume is probably the next we'll be viewing via set photos.
Dave Bautista is currently on the other side of the pond in London and he's met up with his Guardians of the Galaxy leader Peter Quill a.k.a. Star-Lord, played by Chris Pratt. Apparently Pratt is 'more jacked' than 'The Animal.'
Unfortunately, there wasn't a new episode of HBO's Game of Thrones last month but there will be a new ep (one to surely remember) this Sunday. To prepare, here's a look behind the scenes at the two most recent episodes.
-Theon's manhood was taken from him by a tool that actually has historical backing as a used torture instrument.
-During the bear fight with Brienne and Jaime, our two knight filmed their part in Banbridge, Ireland while the bear was filmed in California and then digitally inserted into the footage.
-Producers originally looked at an anamatronic bear and a man in a bear suit before it was decided to use a real animal.
-Remember the leech's put on poor Gendry by the Red Priestess Melisandre? The insects moved and looked incredibly real but those were actually fake props created by the show's crew.
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