D&D Movie/TV Check Out Hugh Grant's D&D Movie Costume!

Posted by the Daily Mail, Hugh Grant was pictured at Somerset's Wells Cathedral in full costume. Hugh Grant plays the villain in the movie, which also stars Chris Pine, Regé-Jean Page, Michelle Rodriguez, and Justice Smith.

See the link for more photos!

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Russ Morrissey

Russ Morrissey

I hadn't seen them @Mistwell, if that makes you feel any better, so thank you!

I see I'm out of date on the movie already - apparently Michelle Rodriguez confirmed she was playing a Barbarian, and Rege-Jean a Paladin. It really looks like Justice Smith is indeed playing a Wizard (as rumoured) from this.
 

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Yardiff

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Posted by the Daily Mail, Hugh Grant was pictured at Somerset's Wells Cathedral in full costume. Hugh Grant plays the villain in the movie, which also stars Chris Pine, Regé-Jean Page, Michelle Rodriguez, and Justice Smith.

See the link for more photos!

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Thats not a movies costume thats just Tuesday for Mr. Grant. :)
 

South by Southwest

Incorrigible Daydreamer
Thats not a movies costume thats just Tuesday for Mr. Grant. :)
Sure! I mean, who doesn't walk around in 18th-century poet garb in a parking lot on a Tuesday afternoon during their lunch break? This is completely normal.

Also, I agree with folks' observations about Mr. Furley. He hasn't got Don Knotts' shocked facial expression, but who does?
 


If hyperbole is going to be the way you approach this, it isn't going to end well. Try to be more constructive, please.
Not trying to be hyperbolic, I honestly meant what I said. You just happen to not like my opinion. That should be fine in these forums, right?
 

Urriak Uruk

Gaming is fun, and fun is for everyone
Not trying to be hyperbolic, I honestly meant what I said. You just happen to not like my opinion. That should be fine in these forums, right?

It's hyperbolic. Movies in 2021 with non-white male villains;

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (Electro)
  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Five Rings (Wenwu)
  • Fast and Furious 9 (Cipher)
  • Eternals (spoiler)

I can keep going down the list with Cruella, Space Jam, and more, but the biggest movies of 2021 have a diverse range of actors for both protagonists and antagonists, so maybe do a modicum of research before saying complete nonsense.
 

It's hyperbolic. Movies in 2021 with non-white male villains;

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (Electro)
  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Five Rings (Wenwu)
  • Fast and Furious 9 (Cipher)
  • Eternals (spoiler)

I can keep going down the list with Cruella, Space Jam, and more, but the biggest movies of 2021 have a diverse range of actors for both protagonists and antagonists, so maybe do a modicum of research before saying complete nonsense.
I don't recall ever saying there wasn't any non white villain.
 
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Urriak Uruk

Gaming is fun, and fun is for everyone
I don't recall ever saying there wasn't any non white villain.

Quoting you;

Old white male people are the only group the could reliably be used as villains without provoking a freaking uprising now days.

I don't see anybody losing their mind over Electro or Cipher (or really any villain in a 2021 film), so the hyperbole is strong with this one.
 

Quoting you;

Old white male people are the only group the could reliably be used as villains without provoking a freaking uprising now days.

I don't see anybody losing their mind over Electro or Cipher (or really any villain in a 2021 film), so the hyperbole is strong with this one.
I do. Guess our experiences are just different. I'm going to just shrug and move on.
 


Umbran

Mod Squad
Staff member
Not trying to be hyperbolic, I honestly meant what I said.

I will let the backtalk to moderation slide.

"Freaking uprising" was hyperbole. As shown, there were several very popular movies with non-white villains. There was no violence. No civil unrest. Nobody made the news taking to the streets in protest over these movies. There was no "freaking uprising".

Next time, choose less inflammatory words, or go say them on a site that welcomes them.
 
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I will let the backtalk to moderation slide.

"Freaking uprising" was hyperbole. As shown, there were several very popular movies with non-white villains. There was no violence. No civil unrest. Nobody made the news taking to the streets in protest over these movies. There was no "freaking uprising".

Next time, choose less inflammatory words, or go say them on a site that welcomes them.
Thank you
 

Mistwell

Crusty Old Meatwad (he/him)
This thread is a bit of a microcosm of what seems to have happened to fandom in the past couple of years, likely due to the stress of the pandemic.

I posted a link with what I thought was new pictures. There was no bragging or anything about the post which should have resulted in any kind of ire. In normal times, if people had already seen the pictures they would have just said nothing and kept scrolling. Normally, someone seeking out news to post here is either welcomed, or ignored.

And yet 5 to 1 of the response the post got were arguing if the post was redundant or not. Including arguments about the argument about whether it is redundant or not. I think there were a couple of comments about the pictures themselves and all the rest was angst and then angst about the angst and then angst about the angst about the angst.

Damn, things have gotten bad. Are y'all enjoying the message board?
 

Like I said, I looked and couldn't find all of them in this thread.
There are several threads, this one was specifically about Hugh Grant's costume. There is one called "movie set photos" or something similar, I'll see if I can find it later if I have time.
Why are you continuing to complain about this? What is the point?
It's FYI. The other thread also has pictures from the Alnwick shoot, as well as more of these.

Edit: Here is one link, I'm pretty sure there was another as well: D&D Movie/TV - Photos from the D&D Movie Set
 
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Mistwell

Crusty Old Meatwad (he/him)
There are several threads, this one was specifically about Hugh Grant's costume. There is one called "movie set photos" or something similar, I'll see if I can find it later if I have time.

It's FYI. The other thread also has pictures from the Alnwick shoot, as well as more of these.

Edit: Here is one link, I'm pretty sure there was another as well: D&D Movie/TV - Photos from the D&D Movie Set
Thanks. I was informed several posts ago. I ask again, why do you continue with this? You completely derailed the thread Paul...to be right about something nobody cared about I guess?
 

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