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March 20th, 2020   admin   No Comments

Hello to everyone!

First of all, thanks to everyone who visit the site, you are the best.

I wanted to make a post here to let you all know my situation, because I need to talk with somebody and I think some of us are in the same situation. Well, as you may know, I am sick for some years ago; now, I need to stay at home all the time because of this quarantine. I can’t go doctors or go to the grocery because I am a high risk person. Well, this is not bad, I am at home and try to make great things with my sites. A few days ago, my brother (he is also the person who maintain my sites), was fired. Due to the COVID-19 in Madrid (Spain), were I am living, his company is going to close for now until this crisis will be solved. We must stay at home all the time. The good new is that I am going to have a lot of time to do all the things that I want with the site (complete gallery with old photos, write the sections under construction…). But I have a bad new too, due to this, I don’t know if I can maintain the site. Without my brother’s job, I am not going to get any money and I need to pay host montly and maybe renew some domains. So, I would like to ask for your help if you want.

I was thinking too that all the events…are going to close but I have a lot of old stuff to add so, you will see updates, I wish a lot.

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With love

Anne





March 19th, 2020   admin   No Comments

I have added more new photos of Chris Pratt at the “Onward” Press Conference at the SLS Hotel on February 14, 2020 in Beverly Hills. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos and enjoy!

If you like the updates and want to help this site to keep online, please, feel free to go here to donate. In a few days, I need to renew the domain and I don’t know if I am going to have the money. Don’t want to loose the site.





March 16th, 2020   admin   No Comments

Chris Pratt and Tom Holland are feeling the love. Though there’s a significant age gap between the 40-year-old Pratt and the 23-year-old Holland, the two exude a warm, jokey rapport, one forged by their shared experience inhabiting Marvel superheroes, with Pratt playing Star-Lord in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise and Holland playing Spider-Man. “I can’t help but try to be like a big brother to Tom,” Pratt says. “Thanks, man,” says Holland.

The latest Pixar animated film, “Onward,” draws upon that fraternal feeling, with Holland and Pratt lending their voices, respectively, to Ian and Barley Lightfoot, two young elves who embark on a quest to try to magically bring their late father back to life for one day.

Director and co-writer Dan Scanlon drew inspiration for the heartstrings-tugging fantasy comedy-adventure from the death of his own father when he was a baby and a recording of his voice that he and his older brother came upon as teenagers. “Sadly, like myself, a lot of kids do have to deal with these themes (of losing a parent) and I think our hope is that the movie can kind of walk them through it in a way that is honest but also fun and funny,” Scanlon says. “We do our best to ride that line.”

Pratt and Holland, who have shared the screen in the box office juggernauts “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame,” spoke to The Times about delving into the movie’s emotional depths, embracing nerdy fantasy pursuits and pressing onward through the ups and downs of Marvel superstardom. This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity.

Q: What appealed to you both about “Onward” when you first heard the pitch?

Holland: Obviously it doesn’t need that much convincing for someone to say yes to a Pixar movie, but it was even easier when I heard how passionate Dan was about telling this story. So after my first meeting I was basically begging for them to give me this job and I was lucky enough that they did. And then I got luckier still when they told me that Chris was involved and he was going to play my big brother. I thought that was kind of a storybook ending because we have a very brotherly relationship anyway.

Pratt: When Dan told me his story about his relationship with his brother and the trauma of having lost a father, it was very moving. I lost my father (in 2014), and my brother, sister and I entered that inevitable season of having lost a parent early and so that was something I’ve dealt with and I understand.

Some of the stuff was incredibly emotional (to perform). I remember being pushed to that edge to where you’re like, “This is a cartoon. I’m not going to go there.” It’s always a bit of an inner conflict, like, how much of this am I willing to share right now? And then they push and they push and they push and then you go there.

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March 11th, 2020   admin   No Comments

I have added some new potoshoots of Chris Pratt to the gallery. You can go there to take a look and enjoy!

Remember, if you like the updates and want to help this site to keep online, please, feel free to go here to donate. Every dollar will be used to renew domain, renew host, get stuff…





March 9th, 2020   admin   No Comments

It’s Valentine’s Day in Los Angeles, and Chris Pratt and Tom Holland are feeling the love. Though there’s a significant age gap between the 40-year-old Pratt and the 23-year-old Holland, the two exude a warm, jokey rapport, one forged by their shared experience inhabiting Marvel superheroes, with Pratt playing Star-Lord in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise and Holland playing Spider-Man. “I can’t help but try to be like a big brother to Tom,” Pratt says. “Thanks, man,” says Holland.

The latest Pixar animated film, “Onward,” in theaters Friday, draws upon that fraternal feeling, with Holland and Pratt lending their voices, respectively, to Ian and Barley Lightfoot, two young elves who embark on a quest to try to magically bring their late father back to life for one day.

Director and co-writer Dan Scanlon drew inspiration for the heartstrings-tugging fantasy comedy-adventure from the death of his own father when he was a baby and a recording of his voice that he and his older brother came upon as teenagers. “Sadly, like myself, a lot of kids do have to deal with these themes [of losing a parent] and I think our hope is that the movie can kind of walk them through it in a way that is honest but also fun and funny,” Scanlon says. “We do our best to ride that line.”

Pratt and Holland, who have shared the screen in the box office juggernauts “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame,” spoke to The Times about delving into the movie’s emotional depths, embracing nerdy fantasy pursuits and pressing onward through the ups and downs of Marvel superstardom. This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity.

What appealed to you both about “Onward” when you first heard the pitch?

Holland: Obviously it doesn’t need that much convincing for someone to say yes to a Pixar movie, but it was even easier when I heard how passionate Dan was about telling this story. So after my first meeting I was basically begging for them to give me this job and I was lucky enough that they did. And then I got luckier still when they told me that Chris was involved and he was going to play my big brother. I thought that was kind of a storybook ending because we have a very brotherly relationship anyway.

Pratt: When Dan told me his story about his relationship with his brother and the trauma of having lost a father, it was very moving. I lost my father [in 2014], and my brother, sister and I entered that inevitable season of having lost a parent early and so that was something I’ve dealt with and I understand.

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March 5th, 2020   admin   No Comments

This is how a FaceTime interview with Chris Pratt and Tom Holland goes before you even get around to their new Pixar movie “Onward.”

Holland opines about his weak voice (“I find it hard at dinner parties. No one can hear me”). Pratt shares that classically trained actors sometimes don’t know how to whisper or have a normal conversation (“They’re like, ‘Hello, would you like to talk?!’ I’m like, ‘Bro, I’m two feet from you’ “). And both have opinions about whether anyone’s truly protected from hackers by putting a sticker over their computer camera.

“They don’t want to see what I’m doing on Amazon with my pants off,” Pratt says.

“What would you be buying?” Holland asks.

“Probably pants! Somewhere, I lost my pants,” Pratt cracks.

Review: Pixar’s charming fantasy ‘Onward’ mixes laughs and tears with sword and sorcery

‘Onward’ world premiere: Why tissues were required for Chris Pratt (and everyone else)

The twosome are bantering buddies in real life, members of the mighty Marvel movie brotherhood and now elf siblings in the animated fantasy “Onward” (in theaters Friday). Holland, 23, stars as Ian Lightfoot, a 16-year-old gifted with a magical staff and enchantment to spend 24 hours with the father who died before he was born, and Pratt, 40, voices burly big brother Barley, with whom Ian goes on an epic quest after their spell goes awry. Only half of their dad is conjured and the clock is ticking to complete the task.

Co-writer/director Dan Scanlon crafted the characters to each actor (“Tom adds so much sincerity to Ian,” and “Chris is kind of a Barley: He’s wild and chaotic and funny”) and found their onscreen roles matched their real-life chemistry. “Tom looks up to Chris, and Chris is like a big brother to Tom. He gives him a hard time now and then in a playful way.”

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