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comment Why did Furious 7 get an 'A' certificate in india but got a 'PG-13' certificate in USA?
The answer to every "why did movie X get a rating of Y in the US" question is the same: because a secret group of people who make this decision decided it be that way.
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answered How is a series like Breaking Bad secured in case of any issues with actors?
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comment What was the official purpose of the fuel pod hauled by Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury Road?
It's maybe a tiny plot hole. I wouldn't call it gaping. Note that the crew that goes with Furiosa is fairly loyal and works under her command for quite a while before realizing something was up. War Boys didn't seem especially sharp and were all eager to please so it's quite plausible that Furiosa simply managed to convince enough of them that it made sense to pull a full fuel pod.
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comment Exactly what are the War Boys in Mad Max: Fury Road?
I believe they were his offspring. They didn't clarify their ailments but given that immortan Joe also suffers from them, it could be hereditary.
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comment Are there relatively many British actors in US productions?
The point is if you're randomly picking English speaking actors, you'll likely end up with a lot of Brits.
Jun
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answered Why so many British actors in American productions?
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comment Are there relatively many British actors in US productions?
Finally, Britain has a long history of producing quality actors given their relatively large media industry and quite large theater history. So their chances of showing up in foreign english-speaking acting gigs is significantly higher per-capita than those coming from a non-english speaking nation with a smaller media/theater industry.
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comment Are there relatively many British actors in US productions?
I think there's some misconceptions in this question that is going to make it nearly impossible to answer. The first is assuming it costs more to hire someone from Britain than anywhere else. Name-brand actors are fairly portable and tend to go where the jobs take them where the salaries are high enough that location becomes a rather moot point financially. In addition, the US media industry is rather large compared to much of the rest of the world, so it's perfectly natural for all sorts of talented actors from other corners of the world to end up here. As such 'chance' is a very fuzzy term.
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answered Mad Max - salvation of the Citadel?
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comment Why are there so many Shark based monster movies these days?
@NapoleonWilson OK. I gave it a go!
Jun
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answered Why are there so many Shark based monster movies these days?
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comment Why are there so many Shark based monster movies these days?
@NapoleonWilson the answer would be "the question is incorrect" so I'd suggest the OP edit the question to be more specific or we consider closing it.
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comment Why are there so many Shark based monster movies these days?
I think the premise of your question is wrong. Shark movies have always been around: imdb.com/list/ls002583733
Jun
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comment What's the significance of the Disney movie intro ident?
I assume the Steamboat is in reference to Steamboat Willie which was Mickey Mouse's debut: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steamboat_Willie
Jun
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comment How much does a staff writer make on a TV show?
How much does anyone make in any profession? For the most part, it depends.
Jun
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answered What is the Resolution of 35mm film?
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comment Is that a real baby?
"You've been leaching off of this family for 2 whole weeks! It's time you go get yourself a job young one!"
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comment How did Spielberg come to direct Ready Player One?
Someone probably has to ask this question to Steven Spielberg.
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comment Why does Netflix's “Marco Polo” have the reputation of being a flop?
There is no scientific definition of 'flop' in this context. It's purely opinion. If some say it's a flop, then in their opinion, it's a flop.
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revised Looking for the name of a movie featuring a job interview scene involving a flaming tie.
made title more specific to the particular question.