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Crayen newsComments Off on HBO’s ‘Westworld’ Shuts Down Production, Still Targeting 2016 Premiere
Production has been temporarily shut down on HBO’s highly anticipated drama “Westworld,” sources tell Variety.
The ambitious project, which doesn’t have an official premiere date, was shuttered for two months so executive producers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy can catch up on the final four scripts. Sources say the California-based production, which was originally scheduled to wrap in November, is now set to resume in March.
“As we head into the final phase of production on ‘Westworld,’ we’ve made the decision to take a brief hiatus in order to get ahead of the writing,” said HBO in a statement.
Crayen news ,videoComments Off on James Marsden Nurses Wolves in New Toyota RAV4 Commercial
Just when you thought TV commercials couldn’t get any weirder, examples like this crop up. Toyota is currently marketing the crap out of its newest eco-friendly vehicle, the RAV4 Hybrid. First, we saw X-Men actor James Marsden become an honorary lumberjack, and now the automaker has released a second commercial in the series wherein Marsden joins a wolf pack in order to survive.
In the commercial, James Marsden drives his Toyota RAV4 to a snowy, desolate, mountainous area where he hangs out to marvel at the sensational view. Unfortunately for him, a pack of wolves appears on the scene and looks at him menacingly. In order to survive, Marsden joins the wolf pack—running with them, taking them for a ride in his fancy RAV4 Hybrid, and even (weirdly) nursing their young. Eventually, he manages to escape and drives off, leaving the pack to fend for themselves.
This commercial gives you a lot to think about. How can James Marsen run as fast as a pack of wolves (approximately 25 to 35 mph when chasing prey)? How did he manage to get them in his RAV4 without them freaking out? And, most importantly, how was he able to nurse the young without the ability to lactate? Perhaps these questions will be answered in Toyota’s next RAV4 commercial.