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Entertainment Sir Patrick Stewart's time-consuming Logan make up

14:40  16 march  2017
14:40  16 march  2017 Source:   bangshowbiz.com

PeeCee was obviously at NYFW and she obviously looked stunning

  PeeCee was obviously at NYFW and she obviously looked stunning The actress looked every bit her usual, stylish self as she attended designer Prabal Gurung's show.In attendance for what is turning out to be NYFW's most political edition yet, Priyanka graced the first row at American-Nepalese designer, Prabal Gurung's show.

The trajectory of Sir Patrick Stewart ‘ s acting career proves success doesn’t always follow a direct path. After getting his start on stage with England’s Royal Shakespeare Company, Stewart went on to become an icon of American television and film, thanks to his roles as Star Trek’s diplomatic starship captain TIME : When we first meet Charles Xavier in Logan , he’s worn down by time , he’s sick, he’s on some kind of medication. For anybody who has watched a loved one suffer from a mental illness, your performance came across as very true to that experience. What informed the way you brought

Award-winning actor Sir Patrick Stewart , best known for his work in the Star Trek and X-Men series, will receive this year' s Distinguished Artisan Award at the 7th Annual Make - Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards (MUAHS, IATSE Local 706) celebrating his prolific acting career on stage and screen spanning nearly six decades. In 2017, Stewart starred in the worldwide blockbuster feature film Logan , marking his seventh time portraying the 'Charles Xavier/Professor X' character in the X-Men film series.

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Sir Patrick Stewart had to have hundreds of hairs individually added to his face for 'Logan'.

The 76-year-old actor had to look like a ninety-year-old man for his role as Charles Xavier in the last instalment of the 'X-Men' franchise and now the movie's make-up designer Joel Harlow has revealed what lengths they had to go to to age Stewart in the movie.

He said: "There is a lot of makeup on him that you can't pick out, because hopefully, it's very real. But it's those subtleties that happen to us as we get older: a thinning of the skin, and more subdermal spots and discoloration, and hair takes over your ears and eyebrows. So I was adding one hair at a time to Patrick's eyebrows and ears, but you might miss it if you didn't know it was there."

Sir Patrick Stewart: Logan 'echoes' the political climate

  Sir Patrick Stewart: Logan 'echoes' the political climate Sir Patrick Stewart believes there are "echoes" of political statements within 'Logan', because the team were "affected by the changing times"Sir Patrick Stewart believes there are "echoes" of political statements within 'Logan'.

Sir Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman in ‘ Logan ’ (Credit: 20th Century Fox). “[My last scene] happened at half past one in the morning on a bug-filled horrible, hot night in beautiful Louisiana, and that was it. I honestly thought no more of it than that i’d just wrapped a movie.” Charles Xavier and Logan (Credit: 20th Century Fox). Laura, played by newcomer Dafne Keen, is a young Mexican on the run from the Reavers led by Boyd Holbrook’ s Donald Pierce. Charles, Logan , and Laura make a mad cross-country dash for the Canadian border to get her to safety, and Stewart admits the film’ s themes

After 17 years of playing Charles Xavier, Sir Patrick Stewart has decided to call time on his tenure as the iconic X-Men leader. The 76-year-old actor says his performance as an aged Professor X in ‘ Logan ’ will be his last outing in 20th Century Fox’ s popular superhero franchise, calling it “the most perfect Hugh Jackman has long stated that ‘ Logan ’ would be his final film playing Wolverine, but Stewart admits he only decided it would be his last outing after seeing the film play at the Berlin Film Festival. “I worked for the first two months of filming [on ‘ Logan ’] because I had another project,” Stewart tells

The Oscar winning make up artist was pleased to have not been met by any protests when he had to work on making the actors look older and wrinklier for the movie.

He added: "I had none of that in this. Everybody knew what movie we were making, and everybody embraced it. But certainly on other films it's been an issue. Everybody wants to present their best face, and usually it's my job to make them look great.

"This wasn't that film. It's a swan song for some of these characters. So everyone was on board with the vision Jim had, and there was never any vanity in the trailer. You couldn't have this story with vanity. It flies in the face of what these characters are going through."

And Harlow admits it was tough doing the prosthetic make-up for the movie as they had to battle with the elements as a lot of the movie was filmed outdoors.

Logan director James Mangold reveals there's won't be a post-credits scene after all

  Logan director James Mangold reveals there's won't be a post-credits scene after all While one wasn't tacked on to the preview screenings of Logan, post-credit scenes are usually synonymous with superhero movies. So, when news emerged that the Wolverine film's running time had been extended by three minutes ahead of its cinematic release, many fans assumed that it was because one had been added. Director James Mangold has since laid all the rumours to rest by confirming there will not be a stinger after all. The 53-year-old filmmaker took to Twitter to respond to a fan who asked whether a "post-credits scenes [was] something Mangold [had] thought about since the beginning." @borbs There is not a post credits scene.— Mangold (@mang0ld) February 21, 2017 The fact that Marvel Comics fans concluded there would be a stinger in the final cut was not so far-fetched, considering Collider's Steve Weintraub stated confidently on 20 February that there definitely would be a scene added around the credits of the movie. He also explained that it just was not shown to critics as 20th Century Fox wanted it to remain under wraps for as long as possible until the film opens. Since then however, Weintraub has admitted that he made some mistakes and updated his original story with this note: "Previously I reported that Logan would have a post-credits scene. After talking with more sources I've learned I was wrong in my original report. Logan does not have a post-credits scene. I've never been so happy to be wrong.

Charles Xavier ( Patrick Stewart ) and Logan (Hugh Jackman) in the new movie “ Logan .” (James Mangold/Twentieth Century Fox). “I was so moved by it, much more moved than I had been the first time of seeing it,” Stewart recounted. “Maybe it was the company of these two guys, but the movie ended and — this is an admission — but at one point [Hugh] reached out, and he took my hand in those last few minutes, and I saw him go [ making tear-wiping motion] like this, and then I realized I had just done the same thing.

But, staring at Sir Stewart ' s lovely smile made me feel better. So thank you for that, too. Watching Logan made me realize how old Patrick Stewart is. And he played the part so well. I am the greatest Patrick Stewart fan but its bad that only now they are doing Star Trek again that should have

He told The Verge: "Any time you're dealing with dirt or blood - you want to maintain continuity from shot to shot, and that becomes incredibly difficult when you're dealing with the elements. You dress blood onto somebody's forehead and then they do a stunt, and suddenly they've sweated the blood down across their face, and now you have to match future shots to that. Or you have to clean it all up and start over, matching up with your original.

"The environments we shot Logan in were incredibly grueling. There's a farmhouse sequence we shot in Natchez, Mississippi, in the middle of summer. It was a midnight shoot, and the mosquitoes were voracious. I don't think I've ever been bitten as many times as I was over that week and a half of night shoots. That was horrible."

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Nelson Bandy has been a longtime antique and vintage-car collector scouring the country for collectibles most of his life. Nelson Bandy has been a longtime antique and vintage-car collector scouring the country for collectibles most of his life. Back in the 1970s, Bandy was very familiar with this 1968 Shelby GT500KR convertible and its rarity. "It was owned by a very young and recently married couple in Lobelville, Tennesee," Bandy says. "I would stop them and try to buy the car every time I saw them driving around town.

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