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Jake Gyllenhaal to play mysterio in Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel!


I am perfectly good with this casting. Let’s see what Glyllenhaal brings to the table in 2019. REC

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler, Okja) seems finally poised to enter the superhero realm as the actor is reportedly in talks to portray the Marvel supervillain Mysterio in Marvel Studios’ forthcoming sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming. The actor has had a long flirtation with playing a comic book character, having costume tested to replace an injured Tobey Maguire for Spider-Man 2, screentested for Batman Begins, and was circling but ultimately turned down the role of Rick Flag in Suicide Squad. There have also been rumors of Gyllenhaal replacing Ben Affleck in the DCEU for Matt Reeves’ The Batman, though this MCU casting leaves that in doubt.

The character of Mysterio has had several iterations in the Marvel Comics Universe, the first being Quentin Beck who first appeared way back in The Amazing Spider-Man #13 in 1964. Beck was a Hollywood special effects wizard who uses his skills to become a supervillain, with The Tinkerer (played by Michael Chernus in Spider-Man: Homecoming) having created his signature bubblehead suit. Mysterio has been at times a prominent member of The Sinister Six, and has also existed in different versions, notably Daniel Berkhart, Francis Klum (created by Kevin Smith!) and an African American version known as Mysterion.

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige previously confirmed that the 2019 sequel to Homecoming will take Peter Parker out of New York for a European adventure in London that will reflect the global aftermath of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4.

Spider-Man: Homecoming writers Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers will write the sequel, and Jon Watts will return as director on the Sony and Marvel film.

The Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel (which Kevin Feige has said will not be called “Homecoming 2”) is already scheduled for July 5, 2019, and Tom Holland recently confirmed a third film is also in the works. The follow-up will feature Tom Holland’s Peter Parker in his Junior year at Midtown School of Science and Technology following the events of 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War and its summer 2019 sequel, which will also feature Holland as Spider-Man.




Welcome to Angelville in first Preacher season 3 promo

AMC‘s outrageous drama Preacher returns later this summer and the network has released the first official promo for the series offering a look at some of the new additions to the cast! Check it out in the player below! Preacher returns for 10 episodes on Sunday, June 24 at 10:00 PM ET/PT.

In Season 3, Jesse Custer’s quest for God takes him back to the place he’s been avoiding his whole life: home. Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy return to Angelville, the Louisiana Plantation where Jesse was raised, and find old grudges and deadly obligations await them. With the help of his friends — and a few enemies — Jesse will need to escape his past… because the future of the world depends on it.

Preacher stars Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga, Joseph Gilgun, Ian Coletti, Graham McTavish, Pip Torrens, Julie Ann Emery, Malcolm Barrett and new series regulars Betty Buckley (Supergirl, Split) and Colin Cunningham (Blood Drive, Falling Skies).  Jeremy Childs (The Last Castle, Nashville), Liz McGreever (Star, Nashville), Jonny Coyne (Turn, Alcatraz), Adam Croasdell (Reign) and Prema Cruz (Mozart in the Jungle) are recurring guest stars.

The Sony Pictures Television and AMC Studios co-production was developed for television by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg (Sausage Party, This is the End, Superbad) and showrunner Sam Catlin (Breaking Bad). The series is executive produced by Catlin, as well as Rogen, Goldberg and James Weaver for Point Grey Pictures, Neal H. Moritz and Ori Marmur for Original Film and Vivian Cannon, Jason Netter, Michael Slovis, Mark McNair and Ken F. Levin.

If you’ve never seen Preacher or just want a refresher on the things that happened in each episode, you can read our episode annotations for season 1 and season 2, comparing and contrasting them to the comic book source material.


Deadpool II: A Review

Posted: 05/21/2018 in Uncategorized


Any fear of a sophomore slump was quelled with immediacy. Is it a sequel? Yes. Is it better than the first run. Yes and no. Has Deadpool reinvented the superhero team up franchise, in effect spinning it on its ear? A definite, resonant hell yes is offered. Deadpool II expands the Deadpool universe, entering hallowed X-Men ground and does so in such subversive fashion as to please both long term and nascent fans of the character alike. My review happily follows.

Self awareness is key in the Deadpool franchise. From its opening sequence, the fourth wall breaking extends to the film’s director’s opening actions, citing motivations behind his directorial debut “John Wick”. The madness and absurdity abound and while there are instances of attempted one-up-man ship of the previous film, DP II is very much its own thing.

The film’s motivation opens with a vengeance arc but then expands to something grander, as all joking aside, this film is an endeavor to a run of X-Franchise team ups starting with X-Force. In the sense of rhythm and action, DP II is nearer the mark of a conventional Marvel team up film. For overall tone though, it remains a Deadpool- merc with a mouth- standard.

Dopinder (Karan Soni) returns, this time with an expanded role and the mission of becoming an assassin. Kirsten Dunst references flow and they are comedic gold. His later having a key role delivers perfectly. Weasel (TJ Miller ) in what will most likely be his last shot at Deadpool/Marvel movies with his current legal troubles, is used just enough.

Wade WIlson/Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) is damaged goods emotionally in this run and his subsequent attempt to work with the X-Men, namely Colossus (Stefan Kapicic) has both moments of earnestness and genuine hilarity. Pool working with a team, namely the big metal guy, Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand), and her significant other, Yukio (Shioli Kutsuna), allows for banter and greater familiarity, thematically, with the original film. A superior, yet brief moment, addresses Wilson’s question of why no one but Colossus and Negasonic are ever at the X-Mansion. Unlike the previous effort, however, DP’s going off track and doing what he does best yields consequences and they are heavy. Enter Russell Collins (Julian Dennison) as “Fire Fist”, a deeply angry and astoundingly powerful mutant with the ability to generate fiery blasts and concussive destruction with it. It is with his introduction that the film expands its vision with the introduction of the Essex Centre for Mutants and the horror that the name implies. Wade goes with his gut and matters go all sorts of wrong.

The prison supermax segment brings in Cable and we are then off for some wild, excessive violence as make no mistake folks, as DP is not yet fully Marvel owned, this film is an R rated property with no lack of viscera, decapitations and extreme violence. The team building of X-Force plays into the R with an entire team being more or less cameos with holy eff outcomes. The supermax prison fighting leads to the introduction of Black Tom Cassidy (Jack Kesy), a character whose history is as huge as the company he keeps, seguing nicely to the revelation of “the monster” in captivity in the lowest level of the prison.

New characters deliver terrifically in DP II. Josh Brolin’s Cable is believably hard-assed and the 13 week rigour he placed his body through to re-mould himself into a field ready futuristic soldier pays off. His performance is presented with the hard won gravitas of one who has lost a lot and attempts to prevent such loss from others. Brolin is a fantastic actor. Anyone who believes otherwise, just see “Infinity War” or  a wide array of anything he has done in his twenty plus years in acting. Visuals were tight and gritty. The cybernetics portion of Cable’s body are top tier CGI, looking natural versus the “techno virus’ at the root of the character’s troubles in the source material. In fact, at no point is it stated in any fashion that Cable is a mutant which might be an artistic decision or hearken to bigger things to come. It doesn’t get much bigger than this flick folks.

There is so much bombast in Deadpool 2, not the least of which contains his assembling X-Force. The assembly and delivery of Bedlam (Terry Crews), Shatterstar (Lewis Tan), Vanisher (guest appearance), Zeitgeist (Bill Skarsgard) and of course Domino (Zazie Beetz) could play like an Avengers level event. This, however, is Deadpool, not yet absorbed by the Disney/Fox deal and as such free to do its own take. I’ll say nothing else except you simply must see it to believe it. Peter, the non powered member played by Rob Delaney is so naturally funny, he just stands on his own….even spawning a twitter account in his character’s name.

Zazie Beetz does a fantastic job as Domino, a mutant with luck generating powers. She fits in with immediacy, demonstrating a free and loose style both battle wise and in her reactions/banter with Deadpool. The banter between the two as to whether or not good luck powers makes for big screen viewing is easily resolved with an opening parachute sequence.

The violence in this sequel is matched only by bizarre, gonzo visuals, including a retina searing sequence featuring Deadpool’s ‘recovery’ from his first one on one with one of the X-Men’s deadliest enemies. The moment with Blind Al (Leslie Uggams) revisits his escape from Colossus in the first film, but takes it much, much further. Deadpool is funny, but Deadpool is equally dark.

Boundless shots at both Marvel and DC abound, the notion of family is offered with surprising earnestness and the film’s end credit moment is easily Marvel’s best….ever. Time travel as a plot device is used with urgent gravity until it isn’t ….this is after all Deadpool. Deadpool II expands the X-Men universe, certifies the tandem of Ryan Reynolds and David Leitch creatively know what they are doing and prepares the field for the inevitability of other film franchises to come. Deadpool II is a wild, manic, unsettling yet hilarious thrill ride. Deadpool II is unquestionably simply outstanding and well worth your time.

Yet again Clifford Devoe literally kills it. Neil Sandilands’ cerebral performance is mingled with a superior malevolence particularly in the opening sequence. In fact, the opening moment might be one of the best sequences on the Flash series in years. That such a scene does not feature the hero himself is telling. The sequence very much hearkens to an equally ‘killer’ sequence in FX’s Legion featuring Dan Stevens as David Haller. In this case, however, Sandilands makes the moment his own via his maestro like conduction and musical educational moment. He calls himself a teacher and his lessons appear to be hard taught. The opener should have set the path for a superior run…and yet it did not. My review explains my perceptions as to why.

What is wrong with the Flash series is…the Flash (Grant Gustin) and his team Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) and Cisco (Carlos Valdes). This is truly sad as the scientific duo in and of themselves made the series intensely watchable. Now, Caitlin is obsessed with bringing back her Killer Frost persona- queue meeting with Donna Pescoe’s Dr. Sharon Finkel . Good Lord. The moment plays with all the gravity it deserves. Just. So. G-D. Silly.  Cisco pushes Barry to let him help via entering Flash Time. Gone is the heart felt, yet logical earnestness of seasons preceding this one. Instead we get a pure guilt trip that is simply puerile.

The genuine glue of the team becomes mush as Harry Wells (Tom Cavanaugh) becomes “emotionally intelligent”…and foolish. He stumbles, forgets conversations he had that same morning and yet endeavors to help with empathy, placing himself in his enemy’s shoes….and the true killer is that this technique is given credence. Iris coddles, argues then refuses his help before coming around and agreeing with him. In my mind, Wells’ diminished state is a plot device to make Iris more leader-ly and invaluable. This is just galling.

No one gets off easy in this one it would appear…except of course Devoe. Such a poor job is being done presenting the heroes as a better choice. Devoe’s cruelty not withstanding, even his debate with Flash rings of some degree of truth, or at the very least conviction.

DA Cecile Horton (Danielle Nicolet) becomes a distraction and a pretty awful one as she awaits the birth of her child with Joe (Jesse L. Martin). She now ‘channels’ the people whose minds she reads, including a not the least bit hilarious sequence in which she channels a pizza delivery guy’s personality. A later segment where she ‘becomes’ Joe fares no better.

Barry’s fears inform this season and his finally pushing past them allows him to do what is needed, including his exhibiting some of his own vaunted intelligence. When Devoe seals up an Argus site with hostages and lays proper deterrents to keep Team Flash from interfering, we get a reminder of how bright the Flash truly is. His eliminating one of Devoe’s delivery systems made for a cool segment. Devoe’s reaction mirror the viewers’ own…namely, so what?

A cool shout out must be given to David Ramsey who presents his own take on Devoe in the opening incursion. His later ‘real ‘ presence played strictly for laughs which worked, including his stating “I hate you” to Barry reminding us of better times and better seasons.

Too much effort has been spent in making Clifford Devoe/the Thinker formidable. He is a monster and any thought otherwise is clearly wiped away with his earlier pronouncements, ‘my wife minded not so much” as he squashes one of his victims. For the visuals alone featuring Devoe’s one man army, the episode cannot be dismissed out of turn.

The implication that emotion will prevail over intellect and Iris’ optimism speech again push that Devoe’s ‘enlightenment’ might not be the worst thing. In a steady decline and with one more episode to go for the season, Flash is certainly not outstanding or worth your time. Even the most devoted fans must be shaking their heads. Unless they reinvent the wheel next week things look grim for the show about the fastest man alive.



REPORT: Daredevil Season 3 Finds the Mark with Bullseye Casting

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After Hart of Dixie alum Wilson Bethel was added to Season 3 of Daredevil in what was called “a critical role,” a new report claims the actor will portray the mercenary villain Bullseye.

That Hashtag Show reports Bethel’s character named “Steve,” who is an FBI agent, will in fact be the skilled marksman and assassin on the Marvel Netflix series. The site goes on to speculate that Bethel’s Bullseye could be an adaptation of the character from writer Jason Aaron’s run on Punisher MAX, which changed Bulleye’s real name from “Lester” or “Benjamin Pointdexter” to “Sheldon Pendergrass, a highly-skilled marksman and deadly hand-to-hand combatant.”

Bethel is best known for his role as Wade Kinsella on the CW’s Hart of Dixie, which ran for four seasons. Since then, he has appeared on shows such as The Astronaut Wives Club, Blood & Oil, and How to Get Away with Murder. A character breakdown for his initial casting lead speculation that he’d be playing the original Sin-Eater.

The Defenders‘ closing scenes hinted that the third season of Daredevil could borrow elements from “Born Again,” the seminal story arc in which Kingpin learns Matt Murdock’s secret identity and systematically dismantles his life.


While there is still no official release date set for Daredevil Season 3, it is expected to return to Netflix sometime in 2018 with new showrunner Erik Oleson at the helm.

Stan Lee on Twitter

Posted: 05/16/2018 in Uncategorized


Stan Lee Thanks Fans in His First Ever Twitter Video

by  in Comic News

Following his first real post made to Twitter, comics legend Stan Lee has now uploaded his first ever video to the social network.

The video comes after Lee revealed that previous posts under his @TheRealStanLee Twitter account weren’t made by him, but rather by a third party. Lee earlier indicated he wanted to learn how to post videos and live-stream as well, so as to better interact with his fans. Now, it seems he’s doing just that.

“Hey, true believers, I just want to tell you I love your comments on Twitter,” he said in the video. “I don’t know how much I’ve been missing now that I see them and I just want you to know I appreciate everything you say and do. I love you all and let’s keep up this relationship. Excelsior!”

Thank you twitter. I finally learned how to post a video thanks to you guys.

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The man behind Spider-Man, The Fantastic Four, Black Panther, and so many other beloved Marvel properties is making quite a splash on social media these days, having also indicated earlier on Tuesday that he was trying to get back control of his Facebook and Instagram — which he said was “hijacked” by a fraud impersonating him.

These new developments come on the heels of Lee suing his entertainment company POW! Entertainment for $1 billion dollars, claiming the company stole his identity. Recently, he was also embroiled in another bit of drama where he denied allegations that he’d been the subject of elder abuse.

Last month, Lee made multiple threats to sue those responsible for what he characterized as “slander.” The allegations of the abuse were made against Lee’s daughter J.C. Lee, with a notarized declaration by the 95-year-old comics creator that indicated three men, including his current primary caregiver Keya Morgan, tried to take advantage of J.C., all in an effort to gain control over Lee’s “assets, property and money.”

Deadpool Vs. Colbert:)

Posted: 05/16/2018 in Uncategorized


Deadpool Crashes Stephen Colbert’s Monologue For … An Infinity War Gag

by  in Movie News (CBR)

Deadpool absolutely loves to break the fourth wall, and he took the opportunity to do just that Tuesday during the opening monologue of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Speaking about the abundance of superhero movies, Colbert wondered when the fatigue would start. That’s when Ryan Reynolds’ the Merc With a Mouth surprised the audience with some banter to promote Deadpool 2.

After making a playful jab at CBS, Deadpool asked to be a guest, only for Colbert to suggest that Jamie Foxx was already booked for the evening. Deadpool confused him with Michael J. Fox, saying, “He’s got boyish charm for days,” and mentioning role in Back to the Future.

Deadpool went on to suggest Colbert never invite Ryan Reynolds to appear. “He’s like the poor man’s version of Ryan Reynolds,” he said, “and like the rich man’s version of my most recent turd.”

The hero closed out his cameo by comparing late-night hosts to superheroes, because they’re “mostly white men,” and making some Donald Trump jokes before fading from existence. “Oh, what the [BLEEP]? Thanos?” he said as he began to turn to dust. “You don’t have the budget for this, Colbert!”


Deadpool 2 hits theaters Friday nationwide. It’s directed by David Leitch’s and stars Ryan Reynolds as the titular Deadpool, Morena Baccarin as Vanessa, T.J. Miller as Weasel, Leslie Uggams as Blind Al, Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead, Stefan Kapičić as Colossus, Zazie Beetz as Domino, Julian Dennison as Russell and Josh Brolin as Cable.


This Week He Does….

Posted: 05/15/2018 in Uncategorized


RUMOR: Affleck Now Wants to Stay On As the DCEU’s Batman

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It’s been almost a year since Justice League was released, and still we have no real confirmation about the status of Ben Affleck as Batman. Once DC’s ensemble film failed to live up to expectations of both fans and critics, the future of the actor’s tenure as the Dark Knight was cast in doubt.

It seems every other day following the release of Justice League, more and more reports were surfacing, claiming that Affleck was done with the role. Some reports said he was finished, others claimed that the actor was still considering starring in Matt Reeves’ solo Batman film, while some would have us believe that Affleck’s Batman would make a final appearance in the Flashpoint movie.

But as time went on, more and more fans subscribed to the notion that Affleck was done with the DC Extended Universe. Well, perhaps they spoke too soon, because now a new rumor has surfaced, one that might instill hope in the hearts of DCEU fans once more. This new rumor comes from Twitter user Daniel R, a writer based in Los Angeles. Even he warns that this is simply a “rumor for now” but that he hears “Ben Affleck now wants to stick around as the DCEU’s Batman.”

It’s hard to deduce where Daniel R might have learned of this news, but given his status and his whereabouts, it’s not entirely impossible that such a bombshell reached the writer through the grapevines of his network. The fact that even he warns his followers to take this news with a grain of salt could mean that he speaks the truth.

Only time will tell if there is rumor is true or not, although there is no denying that it would be welcome news for the DCEU, which is still moving full steam ahead with such releases as Aquaman, Shazam! and Wonder Woman 2. After all, even though Affleck’s original casting as Bruce Wayne was controversial at best, the actor managed to become a standout in his respective movies. Hopefully, this is the first sign that the actor isn’t done with the franchise or the role, and that he will keep putting in appearances as the Dark Knight for a long time to come.

Matt Reeves’ solo Batman film does not yet have a release date. The next entry in the DCEU will be Aquaman, starring Jason Momoa, which hits theaters Dec. 21.



Well, yet another breath-taking-ly good run provided an excellent reminder of how good this series can be. This penultimate episode allowed for the consequences of last week’s victory and heightened the stakes in an anxiety laden episode. That Arrow has returned to its roots and is on track for a very good finish seems like a foregone conclusion. My review follows below.

The team in separate quadrants celebrates some down time with their respective loved ones. As viewers we appreciate, along with the characters, that such moments are earned. Oliver’s making breakfast for William (Jack Moore) and Felicity (Emily Bett-Rickards) is prevented from becoming a heart warming moment by Felicity expressing her fears of Diaz’s (Kirk Acevedo) reprisal. While I generally love her character, I did find Felicity a trifle cloying in this run as she exhibits behaviour she would normally call Oliver out on. A later moment in which she places herself in harm’s way, citing the dynamic between John (David Ramsey) and Lyla (Audrey Marie Anderson), was just dumb. Oliver’s retort is on point – “she’s a soldier….” (refering to Lyla) and the head of A.R.G.U.S. and a warrior overall. Felicity is stalwart but a warrior she is not. Her near sacrifice would have left William without a mother figure, Oliver a widower and gotten the same results as never having attempted her daring act.

The episode overall was somewhat reminiscent of the cinematic gold that was ‘The Dark Knight Rises” as the viewer felt the all out war story line that framed the episode. Oliver expected Diaz to come at him and his friends…and Diaz delivered, raising an army and methodically bringing a superior onslaught that has not been seen since season 2’s Deathstroke incursion.  Diaz has risen to becoming one of the show’s best villains. He is not a wounded, flawed anti-hero. He is a cold blooded psychopath. The term is dropped repeatedly and Diaz goes out of his way to justify the nomenclature via an ongoing onslaught.

So much good went down in this ep. Anatoly (David Nikl) plays a risky long game but plays it well and the notion of him standing over the rubble when the battle is done is nicely teased. His actions appear noble but might be ultimately self serving. Still, his manoeuvring Diaz’s “war within” against the quadrant was pretty damn superior. Lydia Cassemento (Gina Rivera) demonstrates she is hands on, supporting Diaz’s efforts to run the city while slyly endeavouring to take it from him. The results play out as expected. Diaz is a very bad guy and sometimes it is a good thing to have a straight forward villain, a nemesis to the series’ hero. His motivations are simple. His will to accomplish his goals makes for excellent viewing. All actions in this episode seemed to affirm his claim as an all around top tier Green Arrow enemy.

Action was outstanding. MVP was assuredly Black Canary/Dinah (Juliana Harkavy) who demonstrated a superior handling of her abilities and some great moments of kick-assery. Her “sound bounces” segment was perfect. The notion of Oliver Queen being a ‘force of one’ was not sustainable but it still made for a terrific journey. His end segment moment reminds us of how far he is willing to go to save his city and those he cares for….not that we need much reminding. Amell as always sells the character with both the humanity of his reality as father and husband as well  as his tactical brilliance as the Green Arrow..

The absence of Laurel (Katie Cassidy) and Lance (Paul Blackthorne) does not bode well though I am hopeful Quentin will be given a superior send off in this week’s finale. Mixing action, emotion and superior story telling Arrow remains on point to delivering a superior finale. The show has earned its season 7 renewal and is unquestionably- simply outstanding and well worth your time.

R.I.P. Margot Kidder…

Posted: 05/14/2018 in Uncategorized


Superman Star Margot Kidder Dies At Age 69

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Sad to hear of her passing. She was in my, and many others’s opinions I am sure, the definitive depiction of Lois Lane. Here’s hoping she finds the peace she’s earned.

Actress Margot Kidder, famed for her role as Lois Lane in 1978’s Superman, passed away Sunday in Livingston, Montana. She was 69.

The cause of Kidder’s death, first listed on the website of Franzen-Davis Funeral Home, is unknown.

Born in 1948 Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada, Kidder began her acting career in the late 1960s, appearing in a handful of low-budget film and television productions before her first starring role, opposite Gene Wilder, in the 1970 comedy Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx.

That was followed by roles in Brian De Palma’s 1973 thriller Sisters, the 1947 slasher film Black Christmas and the 1974 drama The Great Waldo Pepper before Kidder soared to icon status as Lois Lane in Richard Donner’s 1978 superhero classic Superman.

Kidder’s Lois was hard-nosed, independent and witty Daily Planet reporter who possessed an undeniable onscreen chemistry with Christopher Reeve; she edged out such actresses as Anne Archer, Lesley Ann Warren and Stockard Channing for the role. Kidder returned as Lois Lane in 1980’s Superman II, 1983’s Superman III and 1987’s Superman IV: The Quest for Peace.

Kidder also famously starred opposite James Brolin in the 1979 supernatural horror film The Amityville Horror.

Diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Kidder experienced a widely publicized manic episode in April 1996, during which she disappeared for four days in Los Angeles, only to be discovered in the backyard of a Glendale homeowner. Around that same time, her career had begun to decline, and she experienced a period of homelessness.

She lat later appeared on such television series as La Femme NikitaLaw & Order: SVUSmallvilleThe L Wordand Brothers & Sisters, and in films like Halloween II and The Neighborhood.

An activist long involved in progressive and environmental causes, Kidder was arrested in 2011 in Washington, D.C., while protesting the Keystone Pipeline. She became an American citizen in 2005 in Butte, Montana.

Kidder, who over the years dated the likes of Brian De Palma, Pierre Trudeau, Steven Spielberg and Richard Pryor, was married and divorced three times: to author Thomas McGuane, to actor John Heard (for just six days) and to director Philippe de Broca. She has one daughter, Maggie McGuane, and two grandchildren.

(via TMZ)