(4/6) He laughs as he says this, because at every turn Pedro Pascal never fails to feel like the most pragmatic person in the world who just happens to have an absurd dream of being an actor, a dream he was happy to try out for 20 years before his breakout Game of Thrones role. He speaks plainly, as if his career were a set of cabinetry he had carved and installed himself, using readily available methods and materials. And despite his recent successes and popularity, he still seems to feel a bit apprehensive about it all. - Pedro Pascal for GQ Magazine, by Joshua Rivera. Photographs by Daria Kobayashi Ritch.
LET'S HAVE THE "NOT A SEQUEL" DEBATE
From my perspective, what Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins meant from their statement was: wonder woman 84 won't be a direct sequel because they will skip Diana mourning Steve Trevor's death (we've already seen that in BvS and Justice League) and world war 2 (mankind creating wars on their own). Also, let's remember Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot, both don't agree with Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice ending when Diana talks about hiding for 100 years.
Gal Gadot said "we believe Diana would never give up on mankind because it doesn't fit the character". 💪 They are not interested in connecting their film to BvS forever. They have to move on.
BUT that doesn't mean they are not respecting Zack Snyder vision. He still is the producer of WW84 and it totally works if Diana kept saving the world after 1918. That doesn't change the timeline AT ALL because back in the day people didn't have smartphones with them 24/7. So what are the chances of Diana being well known? She would probably be considered a "myth" and it would explain why Lex Luthor found out about Diana in the first place. Only a old picture of a woman dressed funny in 1918 wouldn't be enough to get his attention but stories and witnesses (from different generations!!!) would.
GOD IS A WOMAN OR MAYBE THREE WOMEN.
ww84 is already doing that
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(3/6) "There were never any roots," he says. "In my second year [of college], my family moved back to Chile. I wonder whether if I would have stuck it out, had I still had a cushy house to go back to in Southern California. Because I wasn't going to go back to Chile. I have tons of family there that I knew from visiting while I was growing up, but I already knew I wanted to be an actor and had the very, very naive goal of succeeding as an actor." - Pedro Pascal for GQ Magazine, by Joshua Rivera. Photographs by Daria Kobayashi Ritch.
They all look adorable together 😍 don't they?
Shazam movie cast at Comic Con and they look extremely excited 😍
I LOVE THIS CAST SO FREAKING MUCH AND IM ALREADY HYPED FOR NEXT YEAR COMIC CON OMG
at the SDCC 2018 | The ComicCon was amazing, I loved the trailers of #aquaman
and also was presented a footage of #WW84
where Gal is seen in a small action scene 😍 I really want to see a trailer for this movie too, the director Patty Jenkins sure will do an excellent job with this film 🎥💪 Follow @harleyquinn_universe_
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(2/6) Still, he’s been away from New York City for too long. He was close last fall, in Boston filming the movie you’ll see him in next, The Equalizer 2. But it’s been a while, and it’ll be a long while yet till he gets back—he’ll be leaving Oahu soon for London and Wonder Woman 1984. But maybe after that, he’ll finally get to stick around for a while. Maybe do a play. He misses being onstage in New York, where he hustled in theater and on cop shows for 20 years. It's where he first got his ass kicked by allergies. “I wanted a shotgun to my head,” he says. “It just fuckin' murdered me.” Then he got a neti pot, and it made New York a bit more bearable. He tells me about his nomadic upbringing—he was born in Chile but left as an infant because his parents were political refugees. He has no memory of Denmark, where they first landed, so San Antonio—where he lived until age 11—is the first home he remembers. Then middle and high school in Orange County, California, before finally taking off for NYU. - Pedro Pascal for GQ Magazine, by Joshua Rivera. Photographs by Daria Kobayashi Ritch.
(1/6) “I've been to such extreme locations,” the star says from Oahu, where he's filming a scene he describes as “survivalist.” This latest role, in a movie he can’t share the title of, is kicking his ass, and at 43, he’s feeling it. “My body is like, Dude, you were down for this ten years ago! When are you gonna play a psychiatrist?” Hawaii is good to him, though. “At the end of the day, it's a caress being here. There aren't any snakes, there's no deadly spiders. It rains a lot, but it's never cold. The locals are just too cool. It's the kinda place where you get your ass kicked if you're an asshole.” - Pedro Pascal for GQ Magazine, by Joshua Rivera. Photographs by Daria Kobayashi Ritch.
I’m lowkey really conflicted being optimistic about Worlds of DC but at the same time not being able to shake the feeling that Zack had some wild shit planned for these characters. I’m slowly getting over JL but that “what if” feeling is never going to go away if that makes any sense?😔 [post inspired by @adzafroali
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