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In addition to KeyBrdBasher's excellent out-of-universe answer I'd like to concentrate a bit more on Django's motivation, even if it's really just plain speculation on my part. You have to consider that Django has been a slave for all his life, wearing nothing else than mere rags, if so much at all. It certainly makes sense for him to dress as ...
Nice question! There's a very solid piece of trivia behind it that will perhaps make you appreciate Quentin Tarantino and his style even more. A Django trivia article on Badass Digest explains it like this: When Django gets his first outfit it turns out to be quite similar to a Thomas Gainsborough painting, The Blue Boy. This 1770 painting was created ...
In the beginning, Django seem like only bounty help to Schultz but slowly Schultz and Django learn about each other and in a scene Django tells how his wife got sold in to the slavery and Schultz reveals about his wife's death. Schultz starts teaching Django how to shoot and becomes his mentor and also there were instances where Schultz admires Django's ...
According to the script:- AHMET ...They put me here. They say I raped a little boy. I have been here very long time. They will never let me go.
In my opinion, the answer is "certainly not". The Pulp fiction wiki for Mia & the Kill Bill wiki for Beatrix Kiddo state no connection at all. In spite of that there is large difference in the two characters as well. Mia Wallace is a heroin addict whereas there is no indication anywhere that Beatrix uses any kind of drugs. The character that Mia Wallace ...
On Days of Our Lives, the character of Roman Brady was originally played by Wayne Northrop. The character was re-cast and played by Drake Hogestyn. Northrop then returned as Roman and left again. The character was again re-cast and played by Josh Taylor. Finally, Northrop returned as Dr. Alex North.
It's never outright stated in the show, but it's the only logical conclusion based on the characters we meet: nobody else is shown to have contact with both Gus and Saul. In chronological order: Gus is the distributor Walt first figures this out in S02E11- Mandala after observing his behaviour and knowing Saul's description of him and it's obviously the ...
"I know a guy who knows a guy", is just one of the witty lines that Saul uses every now and then. It does not mean Saul did not know much about Gus. It should not be forgotten that Saul was a "Criminal" lawyer and he must have been in contact with a lot of criminals in the town. A lot of contacts. A guy like this must have had a lot of information about the ...
The movie is based largely on the Knightfall series of comics where Bane is highly intelligent. On his wiki one of his abilities is "Genius Level Intellect". As to his meticulous controlling personality, the early versions of Bane were just this. Bane creator Chuck Dixon's early tales portray Bane as a very calm, centered warrior akin to Bruce Lee in ...
In Star Trek (2009), Spock, who was originally played by Leonard Nimoy was re-cast and played by Zachary Quinto, but Nimoy returned to play Prime Spock. Does that count?
It is neither explained in movie nor outside. You will find the same answer in imdb and quora. There are no interview available from cast or crew, there are just assumption and user theories.
Insider reference to the comic books. In the Marvel universe Samuel Sterns was mutated by gamma radiation into The Leader.
From the film's Wiki page: The Carrie Furnace, an abandoned blast furnace near Braddock, served as the location for the film's finale. Christian Bale wore a tattoo of Braddock's ZIP code, 15104, on his neck as an homage to the town's mayor John Fetterman, who has the same design on his arm.
Majel Barret, wife of series creator Gene Roddenberry, had several roles in several incarnations of the Star Trek series. She was the original "First Mate" (referred to as "Number One") in the pilot episode, and then came back as Nurse Chapel in TOS. She also played Deanna Troi's mother Lwaxana in TNG, as well as being the voice of ships computers in ...
Look at the clock in both the scenes, it'll lead to the answer. Nemo passes through the pathway everyday at 9:10 Anna passes through the pathway everyday at 9:20 That's why they never meet (Although they feel the presence of each other in some way). Now the death of that beggar makes nemo to stay in the pathway till 9:20, anna passes through the pathway ...
I don't think the Mike Yanagita subplot advances the plot at all. Some of the things said above don't add up. What brings Marge back to the car dealership isn't renewed suspicion of Jerry, but the fact that records showed that the perpetrators called Shep Proudfoot, who works there. When she goes back to Jerry, she seems as credulous as ever, but she does ...
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