At last night’s LA premiere of his new film, The Predator, director Shane Black finally spoke in public about the ongoing controversy concerning his decision to cast his one-time friend, Steven Wilder Striegel (a convicted sex offender), in the movie without informing the cast or studio.
Late in The Predator, the whole movie is summed up in the death of a single character. The death happens so quickly and with such little fanfare that you can literally blink and miss it. It’s not until several scenes later when this fairly significant character hasn’t come back that you actually realize what happened.
In mid-August, The Predator actress Olivia Munn learned that Steven Wilder Striegel, an actor she shares a brief scene with in the upcoming 20th Century Fox thriller, was a registered sex offender. After bringing it to their attention, the studio says it was not aware, but director Shane Black is defending the choice…
We already know why Olivia Munn agreed to play Psylocke, but now we know how that character even managed to be in the movie in the first place. Turns out the answer is actually a piece of fan art.
Olivia Munn will be Psylocke when X-Men: Apocalypse comes out later this month, but she was nearly a completely different character in Fox’s comic-based movie universe: Deadpool’s girlfriend Vanessa. The role was eventually played by Morena Baccarin—because Munn basically said hell no.
Fan-favorite mutant Betsy Braddock, a.k.a. Psylocke, will be joining the X-Men movie-verse in Apocalypse, and she'll be played by Olivia Munn! Director Bryan Singer Instagrammed the newscasting, making her the newest addition to the next X-movie's expanding mutant cast, although she undoubtedly won't be the last.
What a way to start the week! Body-worshipped Hollywood brass Christina Hendricks (of Mad Men fame) and Olivia Munn (of, uh, yeah...) have their bodies posted across the internet due to unwanted cellphone prying. Yes, it happened, again.
Television personality and newly minted Daily Show correspondent Oliva Munn's new book, Suck It, Wonder Woman! is full of practical advice for the modern dork. Like how to survive a robot uprising. (Hint: Robots hate kittens.)
We now know that Olivia Munn didn't nab Wasp or Scarlet Witch for Iron Man 2, but what role was the Attack of the Show! host initially slated to play? Director Jon Favreau has the answer. Spoilers on!
Olivia Munn's original Iron Man 2 cameo is now on the cutting room floor. But instead of losing her entirely director Jon Favreau decided to recast and reshoot her as an entirely new character. Who's she playing now? Vote below.
Fans of Attack of the Show will recognize Olivia Munn and her Munness, but those of you unfamiliar with Olivia will undoubtedly have her face (if not tongue) etched into your head after you watch this clip. After all, it worked for Jessica Chobot, PSP Licker. Too bad it did nothing for the PSP, whose sales are still…