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In the clip, Thor tries to get to his hammer, which is embedded in rock and is enclosed by SHIELD’s makeshift glass complex. While he’s fighting several SHIELD agents, Agent Coulsen (Clark Gregg) orders a special agent into a crane high above the ground.
It is revealed that the agent is Hawkeye (Renner), who does not appear in costume, but as a SHIELD agent. At that point he pulls out his bow and arrow and takes aim at Thor while waiting for Coulsen’s orders.
In the movie, Charlie (Yelchin) is a teen who is convinced that his new neighbor is a vampire, though no one believes him. Farrell will play the vampire, named Jerry, who on the surface appears to be a cool guy but is really preying on the neighborhood.
Mintz-Plasse is playing Evil Ed, Charlie’s friend who feels slighted that Charlie has left his nerdy past behind and thus joins the vampire’s coven.
The new film is directed by Craig Gillespie (Lars and the Real Girl) and is set to hit theaters on August 19th.
Here is a translation of the statement: “The time-travel drama is becoming a hot theme for TV and films. But its content and the exaggerated performance style are questionable. Many stories are totally made-up and are made to strain for an effect of novelty. The producers and writers are treating the serious history in a frivolous way, which should by no means be encouraged anymore.”
In a nut shell it sounds like the problem isn’t necessarily with time-travel, but with movies that place modern characters together with historical figures, China finds the whole thing offensive. The result of time-travel is usually comical and at times makes some awesome science fiction movies, time-travel it is also widely used by most SciFi TV series at some point or another. This doesn’t mean that movies about historical figures can’t be made, they just can’t be inaccurate or represent China’s heroes poorly.
David Conrad’s television credits include starring roles on “Ghost Whisperer”, “Relativity” and “Miss Match.”
Among his feature film credits are “Men of Honor,” “Return to Paradise,” “The Weekend” and “Anything Else.”
Conrad has appeared on Broadway in “The Deep Blue Sea” and “Indian Ink,” as well as off-Broadway in “Troilus and Cressida” and “Richard II.” He has also appeared in “Arcadia” and “Three Days of Rain.”
Conrad studied at Brown University and Julliard. He currently lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His birth date is August 17.
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