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Pro baller Terry Rozier (our defendant) began his career with the Boston Celtics and now plays for the Charlotte Hornets. Rozier’s reputation around the NBA as a “dangerous scorer” and “fearless shooter” eventually earned him the nickname “Scary Terry.” (For more on the origins of the nickname, see this Boston Globe article.) Rozier claims that he embraced this sobriquet so he could “engage with his fans and share personal aspects of himself, like his love for scary movies, and what they meant for his own story.”

In 2018, Rozier launched a “Scarry Terry” line of merchandise that included tee shirts with a cartoon image of Rozier in uniform wearing a mask from the horror film Scream. Rozier chose this design because, as a kid, he loved Scream, and “its mix of violence and humor provided solace and escapism in a childhood surrounded by violence.” This is the tee shirt:

As Rozier’s popularity surged, his merch efforts kept apace. This eventually caught the attention of plaintiff Fun World, a leading manufacturer of costumes and masks. Fun World purports to own all rights in the ghost face mask that was used (with Fun World’s permission) in Scream and that became, in the words of Fun World’s trademarked tagline, “The icon of Halloween.” The ghost face mask for which Fun World holds a copyright registration (as a sculptural work) is this:

Fun World sued Rozier for copyright and trademark infringement. Last week, District Judge Kiyo A. Matsumoto in the Southern District of New York granted Rozier’s motion for summary judgment. There are a lot of issues addressed in the court’s 85-page decision. Here are some highlights.

1. Does Fun World Own a Valid Copyright in the Ghost Face Mask?

Not according to Rozier, who alleged that the mask was actually created by a third party, Tony Gardner (well-known makeup and special effects designer). In a declaration, Gardner contended that, as early as the spring of 1991, he was selling a ghost mask called the “Wailer,” Gardner also testified that the “Wailer” was prominently displayed at trade shows attended by Fun World in the same year. The copyright registration for Fun World’s ghost mask lists December 4, 1991 as the first publication date – i.e., several months after Gardner began marketing the “Wailer” mask. Below is a side by side of Gardner’s “Wailer” and Fun World’s ghost mask:

At the outset, the court noted that any claim Gardner might have asserted that he was the owner of the copyright in Fun World’s ghost mask was time-barred, since he had been aware that Fun World was licensing the mask at least eighteen years ago, well outside the three-year statute of limitations period. (See this post for more on when copyright ownership claims accrue under § 507(b).) Rozier lacked standing to assert (and then take refuge in) Gardner’s time-barred position as to rights he may once have had. Nevertheless, Garner’s testimony was relevant to the question of whether Fun World’s mask was original. Although Fun World’s registration gave rise to a presumption of validity (and originality), and although the threshold for originality is low, the court concluded that a genuine issue of material fact existed as to whether Fun World’s mask possesses the requisite originality for copyright protection. The evidence proffered by Rozier “could lead a jury to conclude that [Fun World] or its representatives may have had direct access to and knowledge of Mr. Gardner’s … mask in 1991 through national expositions, and a comparison of the two works demonstrates what the Court considers to be a visible and substantial similarity.”

2. Does Rozier’s Tee Shirt Infringe Upon Fun World’s Mask?

Assuming arguendo that Fun World owns a valid copyright in its ghost mask, the court next considered whether the cartoon mask as it appears on Rozier’s tee shirts infringed upon Fun World’s copyright. To prove infringement, Fun World was required to demonstrate that: (1) Rozier has actually copied Fun World’s mask; and (2) the copying was illegal because a substantial similarity exists between protectible elements of Fun World’s mask and the mask depicted on the tee shirts.

Here, it was undisputed that Rozier had access to and copied the mask from Scream; indeed, Rozier admitted that he had instructed his team to “do a cartoon showing [him] with a mask that looked like the one from the Scream movies.” And although substantial similarity is often a question reserved for the jury, the court found that in this case “reasonable jurors would not differ in their understanding that Mr. Rozier’s cartoon depiction of the mask was appropriated from the Scream mask, which had originated from” Fun World’s mask. Accordingly, the court concluded that the cartoon mask as it appears on Rozier’s tee shirts was substantially similar, as a matter of law, to Fun World’s mask.

3. Did Rozier’s Use of the Scream Mask Qualify as Fair Use?

All was not lost for Rozier: the court determined that his use of the mask on tee shirts was protected under fair use. Here is a rundown of the court’s analysis of the statutory factors.

Nature and Purpose of Use.

First, Rozier argued that his cartoon was a transformative parody. In Campbell v. Acuff Rose, the Supreme Court held that, to qualify as a parody, the secondary work must “at least in part,” comment on the primary work, Here, the analysis was “complicated by the fact that … [Rozier] did not seek to parody the underlying source material – [Fun World’s] Ghost Face Mask – but rather, the Ghost Face Mask specifically licensed and used in the Scream films by a serial killer character.” The court characterized this as a “secondary use of a secondary use.” Breaking this down, what the court meant is:

  1. The primary use was Fun World’s use of the mask as a Halloween ghost costume;
  2. The (original) secondary use was the inclusion of the mask in the movie Scream where “it was worn by a serial killer and was instilled with meaning beyond a Halloween ghost costume;” and
  3. Rozier’s use of the mask plays off (and builds upon) the (original) secondary use of the mask in the film “to create a humorous embodiment of an NBA basketball player who was known as a “killer” scorer.” In that sense, Rozier’s tee shirts constituted a “secondary use of a secondary use.”

Even though Rozier’s use of the mask “is more attenuated from what is traditionally considered the “original” work,” and even though Rozier did not comment directly on the original mask or on Fun World, the court found that Rozier’s use was nonetheless parodic in nature because he:

“[S]uccessfully uses a cartoon rendering of the Plaintiff’s licensed Scream mask on a cartoon basketball player to lampoon the famous mask-wearing movie villain and killer in the context of NBA players, NBA fans, and even the NBA media. Defendant’s humorous and whimsical reimagination of the Ghost Face Mask does, “at least in part,” comment on Plaintiff or its work (as used in Scream), as required for protection as parody under copyright law, favoring a finding of fair use and summary judgment for Defendant.”

Second, the court found that Rozier’s use of the ghost mask also qualified for fair use as a satire. In Blanch v. Koons (see this post), the Second Circuit found that artist Jeff Koons’ inclusion of a fashion photograph in a new work qualified for fair use even though Koon’s new work did not comment directly on the specific photograph he had appropriated (and therefore didn’t qualify as a parody) but instead commented on fashion photography and advertising more broadly. In that case, the Second Circuit noted that Koons work “may be better characterized for these purposes as satire—its message appears to target the genre of which [the original photograph] is typical, rather than the individual photograph itself.”

Here, the court found that Rozier had used the ghost mask to satirize or ridicule “the perception of ruthless, high-scoring athletes in the NBA, as well [as to underscore] the humor in the Scary Terry moniker.” This, in the court’s view, constituted “a genuine creative rationale for borrowing [Fun World’s] image, rather than using it merely “to get attention or to avoid the drudgery in working up something fresh.”

Third, the court agreed with Rozier that the use of the mask on tee shirts served another transformative purpose: it marked its wearers as fans of Mr. Rozier. The “merchandise serves the purpose of identifying and connecting Defendant’s fans with Defendant’s Scary Terry persona, a significantly different use and purpose from that of the original work.”

Finally, the court found that the fact that Rozier’s use was undeniably commercial in nature (which typically weighs against a finding of fair use) was not dispositive here, given the transformative nature of the use.

Accordingly, the first factor favored a finding of fair use.

The Nature of the Copyrighted Work. The second factor favored Fun World, since the mask was creative in nature.

The Amount and Substantiality of the Use. The court concluded that the third factor was neutral. On on hand, in quantitative terms, Rozier copied enough of the mask – in particular, the configuration and shape of the head and facial features – such that the cartoon was substantially similar to it as a matter of law. On the other hand, in order to invoke Scream, Rozier “necessarily copied a substantial portion of the Ghost Face Mask as used in Scream, albeit in two-dimensional, cartoon form, for the purposes of ensuring recognition.”

The Effect of the Use on the Market for the Original. The fourth factor weighed in favor of a finding of fair use. The court was not persuaded that Rozier’s merchandise (in the sports apparel category) would “usurp the primary market of holiday and party consumers for the Ghost Face Mask.” Rozier identified a distinct and relevant market for his merchandise – i.e., his fans. Moreover, Rozier’s tee shirts are not a “competing substitute” for Fun World’s products, including because Rozier “added content that is both unrelated to prior associations with the Ghost Face Mask and specific to Defendant’s use, specifically, Mr. Rozier, the Celtics, and professional basketball generally.” Finally, even though it was undisputed that Fun World licensed images of the mask for use on apparel, the court did not believe that Rozier’s tee shirts would have a significant impact on any of Fun World’s potential markets:

“The Court has considered whether Mr. Rozier’s widespread and transformative use of the Scream mask, if unchecked and widespread, would result in substantial adverse impact for Plaintiff’s potential market. The Court concludes that this is precisely the kind of tension that exists between the enforcement of a copyright and the fair use doctrine, which ‘seeks to strike a balance between an artist’s intellectual property rights … including the right to license and develop (or refrain from licensing or developing) … and ‘the ability of the rest of us to express them- or ourselves by reference to the works of others.’ Though a slew of parodical, satirical, or other transformative uses of the Ghost Face Mask could certainly adversely impact Plaintiff’s potential market, these hypothetical fair uses are not the type of contemplated use that would compel a finding in favor of the copyright holder.” (Citations omitted.)

4. Did Rozier Infringe Upon Fun World’s Trademark Rights?

Finally, the court granted Rozier’s motion for summary judgment on all of Fun World’s trademark claims. With respect to Fun World’s infringement claims, the court found, after reviewing and weighing the eight Polaroid factor, that all the factors either weighed in favor of Rozier or were neutral and “not a single factor weighs in favor of” Fun World. With respect to Fun World’s dilution claim, the court held that Fun World had abandoned the claim for failing to respond to Rozier’s motion, and that, in any event, Fun World had failed to submit any evidence to support that its mark was a famous mark that qualified for protection under federal law.

Easter Unlimited, Inc. d/b/a Fun World v. Rozier, No. 18-CV-06637 (KAM), 2021 WL 4409729 (S.D.N.Y. Sept. 27, 2021)

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Pro baller Terry Rozier (our defendant) began his career with the Boston Celtics and now plays for the Charlotte Hornets. Rozier’s reputation around the NBA as a “dangerous scorer” and “fearless shooter” eventually earned him the nickname “Scary Terry.” (For more on the origins of the nickname, see this Boston Globe article.) Rozier claims that he embraced this sobriquet so he could “engage with his fans and share personal aspects of himself, like his love for scary movies, and what they meant for his own story.”

In 2018, Rozier launched a “Scarry Terry” line of merchandise that included tee shirts with a cartoon image of Rozier in uniform wearing a mask from the horror film Scream. Rozier chose this design because, as a kid, he loved Scream, and “its mix of violence and humor provided solace and escapism in a childhood surrounded by violence.” This is the tee shirt:

As Rozier’s popularity surged, his merch efforts kept apace. This eventually caught the attention of plaintiff Fun World, a leading manufacturer of costumes and masks. Fun World purports to own all rights in the ghost face mask that was used (with Fun World’s permission) in Scream and that became, in the words of Fun World’s trademarked tagline, “The icon of Halloween.” The ghost face mask for which Fun World holds a copyright registration (as a sculptural work) is this:

Fun World sued Rozier for copyright and trademark infringement. Last week, District Judge Kiyo A. Matsumoto in the Southern District of New York granted Rozier’s motion for summary judgment. There are a lot of issues addressed in the court’s 85-page decision. Here are some highlights.

1. Does Fun World Own a Valid Copyright in the Ghost Face Mask?

Not according to Rozier, who alleged that the mask was actually created by a third party, Tony Gardner (well-known makeup and special effects designer). In a declaration, Gardner contended that, as early as the spring of 1991, he was selling a ghost mask called the “Wailer,” Gardner also testified that the “Wailer” was prominently displayed at trade shows attended by Fun World in the same year. The copyright registration for Fun World’s ghost mask lists December 4, 1991 as the first publication date – i.e., several months after Gardner began marketing the “Wailer” mask. Below is a side by side of Gardner’s “Wailer” and Fun World’s ghost mask:

At the outset, the court noted that any claim Gardner might have asserted that he was the owner of the copyright in Fun World’s ghost mask was time-barred, since he had been aware that Fun World was licensing the mask at least eighteen years ago, well outside the three-year statute of limitations period. (See this post for more on when copyright ownership claims accrue under § 507(b).) Rozier lacked standing to assert (and then take refuge in) Gardner’s time-barred position as to rights he may once have had. Nevertheless, Garner’s testimony was relevant to the question of whether Fun World’s mask was original. Although Fun World’s registration gave rise to a presumption of validity (and originality), and although the threshold for originality is low, the court concluded that a genuine issue of material fact existed as to whether Fun World’s mask possesses the requisite originality for copyright protection. The evidence proffered by Rozier “could lead a jury to conclude that [Fun World] or its representatives may have had direct access to and knowledge of Mr. Gardner’s … mask in 1991 through national expositions, and a comparison of the two works demonstrates what the Court considers to be a visible and substantial similarity.”

2. Does Rozier’s Tee Shirt Infringe Upon Fun World’s Mask?

Assuming arguendo that Fun World owns a valid copyright in its ghost mask, the court next considered whether the cartoon mask as it appears on Rozier’s tee shirts infringed upon Fun World’s copyright. To prove infringement, Fun World was required to demonstrate that: (1) Rozier has actually copied Fun World’s mask; and (2) the copying was illegal because a substantial similarity exists between protectible elements of Fun World’s mask and the mask depicted on the tee shirts.

Here, it was undisputed that Rozier had access to and copied the mask from Scream; indeed, Rozier admitted that he had instructed his team to “do a cartoon showing [him] with a mask that looked like the one from the Scream movies.” And although substantial similarity is often a question reserved for the jury, the court found that in this case “reasonable jurors would not differ in their understanding that Mr. Rozier’s cartoon depiction of the mask was appropriated from the Scream mask, which had originated from” Fun World’s mask. Accordingly, the court concluded that the cartoon mask as it appears on Rozier’s tee shirts was substantially similar, as a matter of law, to Fun World’s mask.

3. Did Rozier’s Use of the Scream Mask Qualify as Fair Use?

All was not lost for Rozier: the court determined that his use of the mask on tee shirts was protected under fair use. Here is a rundown of the court’s analysis of the statutory factors.

Nature and Purpose of Use.

First, Rozier argued that his cartoon was a transformative parody. In Campbell v. Acuff Rose, the Supreme Court held that, to qualify as a parody, the secondary work must “at least in part,” comment on the primary work, Here, the analysis was “complicated by the fact that … [Rozier] did not seek to parody the underlying source material – [Fun World’s] Ghost Face Mask – but rather, the Ghost Face Mask specifically licensed and used in the Scream films by a serial killer character.” The court characterized this as a “secondary use of a secondary use.” Breaking this down, what the court meant is:

  1. The primary use was Fun World’s use of the mask as a Halloween ghost costume;
  2. The (original) secondary use was the inclusion of the mask in the movie Scream where “it was worn by a serial killer and was instilled with meaning beyond a Halloween ghost costume;” and
  3. Rozier’s use of the mask plays off (and builds upon) the (original) secondary use of the mask in the film “to create a humorous embodiment of an NBA basketball player who was known as a “killer” scorer.” In that sense, Rozier’s tee shirts constituted a “secondary use of a secondary use.”

Even though Rozier’s use of the mask “is more attenuated from what is traditionally considered the “original” work,” and even though Rozier did not comment directly on the original mask or on Fun World, the court found that Rozier’s use was nonetheless parodic in nature because he:

“[S]uccessfully uses a cartoon rendering of the Plaintiff’s licensed Scream mask on a cartoon basketball player to lampoon the famous mask-wearing movie villain and killer in the context of NBA players, NBA fans, and even the NBA media. Defendant’s humorous and whimsical reimagination of the Ghost Face Mask does, “at least in part,” comment on Plaintiff or its work (as used in Scream), as required for protection as parody under copyright law, favoring a finding of fair use and summary judgment for Defendant.”

Second, the court found that Rozier’s use of the ghost mask also qualified for fair use as a satire. In Blanch v. Koons (see this post), the Second Circuit found that artist Jeff Koons’ inclusion of a fashion photograph in a new work qualified for fair use even though Koon’s new work did not comment directly on the specific photograph he had appropriated (and therefore didn’t qualify as a parody) but instead commented on fashion photography and advertising more broadly. In that case, the Second Circuit noted that Koons work “may be better characterized for these purposes as satire—its message appears to target the genre of which [the original photograph] is typical, rather than the individual photograph itself.”

Here, the court found that Rozier had used the ghost mask to satirize or ridicule “the perception of ruthless, high-scoring athletes in the NBA, as well [as to underscore] the humor in the Scary Terry moniker.” This, in the court’s view, constituted “a genuine creative rationale for borrowing [Fun World’s] image, rather than using it merely “to get attention or to avoid the drudgery in working up something fresh.”

Third, the court agreed with Rozier that the use of the mask on tee shirts served another transformative purpose: it marked its wearers as fans of Mr. Rozier. The “merchandise serves the purpose of identifying and connecting Defendant’s fans with Defendant’s Scary Terry persona, a significantly different use and purpose from that of the original work.”

Finally, the court found that the fact that Rozier’s use was undeniably commercial in nature (which typically weighs against a finding of fair use) was not dispositive here, given the transformative nature of the use.

Accordingly, the first factor favored a finding of fair use.

The Nature of the Copyrighted Work. The second factor favored Fun World, since the mask was creative in nature.

The Amount and Substantiality of the Use. The court concluded that the third factor was neutral. On on hand, in quantitative terms, Rozier copied enough of the mask – in particular, the configuration and shape of the head and facial features – such that the cartoon was substantially similar to it as a matter of law. On the other hand, in order to invoke Scream, Rozier “necessarily copied a substantial portion of the Ghost Face Mask as used in Scream, albeit in two-dimensional, cartoon form, for the purposes of ensuring recognition.”

The Effect of the Use on the Market for the Original. The fourth factor weighed in favor of a finding of fair use. The court was not persuaded that Rozier’s merchandise (in the sports apparel category) would “usurp the primary market of holiday and party consumers for the Ghost Face Mask.” Rozier identified a distinct and relevant market for his merchandise – i.e., his fans. Moreover, Rozier’s tee shirts are not a “competing substitute” for Fun World’s products, including because Rozier “added content that is both unrelated to prior associations with the Ghost Face Mask and specific to Defendant’s use, specifically, Mr. Rozier, the Celtics, and professional basketball generally.” Finally, even though it was undisputed that Fun World licensed images of the mask for use on apparel, the court did not believe that Rozier’s tee shirts would have a significant impact on any of Fun World’s potential markets:

“The Court has considered whether Mr. Rozier’s widespread and transformative use of the Scream mask, if unchecked and widespread, would result in substantial adverse impact for Plaintiff’s potential market. The Court concludes that this is precisely the kind of tension that exists between the enforcement of a copyright and the fair use doctrine, which ‘seeks to strike a balance between an artist’s intellectual property rights … including the right to license and develop (or refrain from licensing or developing) … and ‘the ability of the rest of us to express them- or ourselves by reference to the works of others.’ Though a slew of parodical, satirical, or other transformative uses of the Ghost Face Mask could certainly adversely impact Plaintiff’s potential market, these hypothetical fair uses are not the type of contemplated use that would compel a finding in favor of the copyright holder.” (Citations omitted.)

4. Did Rozier Infringe Upon Fun World’s Trademark Rights?

Finally, the court granted Rozier’s motion for summary judgment on all of Fun World’s trademark claims. With respect to Fun World’s infringement claims, the court found, after reviewing and weighing the eight Polaroid factor, that all the factors either weighed in favor of Rozier or were neutral and “not a single factor weighs in favor of” Fun World. With respect to Fun World’s dilution claim, the court held that Fun World had abandoned the claim for failing to respond to Rozier’s motion, and that, in any event, Fun World had failed to submit any evidence to support that its mark was a famous mark that qualified for protection under federal law.

Easter Unlimited, Inc. d/b/a Fun World v. Rozier, No. 18-CV-06637 (KAM), 2021 WL 4409729 (S.D.N.Y. Sept. 27, 2021)

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Reyes Maroto, Minister of Tourism of Spain, together with Jorge Rafael Rubio Navarro, director of the Spanish tourist board in Rome

Spain further raises its bet on the Italian market, always a strategic source of significant tourist flows. A positioning, that of the Italian market, which has regained strength in this year which is leading us out of the crisis caused by the pandemic.

According to Ine data, presented by the Spanish Tourist Office on the occasion of the inauguration a Roma of the first Interactive multimedia center of the network of offices of Turespaña abroad (in the presence of the Minister of Tourism Reyes Maroto) this year – until the end of July – there were 529,460 Italian tourists in Spain (-20%), with an average expenditure per tourist of 872 euros (+ 4.2%) and an average daily expenditure of 131 euros ( + 6.6%). The trend of the coming months is positive: the data processed by Misiet – European Travel Commission, show how the number of Italians on holiday during the autumn will grow by 68.3% and Italians who will travel abroad (42.6% of the total) 7.8% will choose Spain as their destination. The recovery of air traffic is also significant, as the Spanish airport manager points out Aena: currently they are 20 Italian airports linked with 19 Spanish airports. The current trend turns the spotlight on longer average stays; on the perception of the country as a safe destination, for increasingly digitized tourists; the attention to sustainability and the choices in favor of ecotourism and gastronomy at zero km are increasingly marked.

Numerous projects are underway between now and the end of the year, promoted by Turespaña in Italy: roadshow in Turin, Milan, Rome and Naples, participation in the Ialca language salon in Rome, at the Celei Spanish Language congress in collaboration with I. Cervantes and at the International Archaeological Tourism Fair in Salerno (and of course also at the Rimini fair in the coming days).

“Andalucía wants you back” campaign in Milan, the Saborea España Virtual Gastronomic Laboratory, the presentation of Xacobeo Turismo in Galicia at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome and at the Feltrinelli space in Milan, presentation of “Valencia, Land of Stars and Design” Hub Identità Golose di Milan.

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Reyes Maroto, Minister of Tourism of Spain, together with Jorge Rafael Rubio Navarro, director of the Spanish tourist board in Rome

Spain further raises its bet on the Italian market, always a strategic source of significant tourist flows. A positioning, that of the Italian market, which has regained strength in this year which is leading us out of the crisis caused by the pandemic.

According to Ine data, presented by the Spanish Tourist Office on the occasion of the inauguration a Roma of the first Interactive multimedia center of the network of offices of Turespaña abroad (in the presence of the Minister of Tourism Reyes Maroto) this year – until the end of July – there were 529,460 Italian tourists in Spain (-20%), with an average expenditure per tourist of 872 euros (+ 4.2%) and an average daily expenditure of 131 euros ( + 6.6%). The trend of the coming months is positive: the data processed by Misiet – European Travel Commission, show how the number of Italians on holiday during the autumn will grow by 68.3% and Italians who will travel abroad (42.6% of the total) 7.8% will choose Spain as their destination. The recovery of air traffic is also significant, as the Spanish airport manager points out Aena: currently they are 20 Italian airports linked with 19 Spanish airports. The current trend turns the spotlight on longer average stays; on the perception of the country as a safe destination, for increasingly digitized tourists; the attention to sustainability and the choices in favor of ecotourism and gastronomy at zero km are increasingly marked.

Numerous projects are underway between now and the end of the year, promoted by Turespaña in Italy: roadshow in Turin, Milan, Rome and Naples, participation in the Ialca language salon in Rome, at the Celei Spanish Language congress in collaboration with I. Cervantes and at the International Archaeological Tourism Fair in Salerno (and of course also at the Rimini fair in the coming days).

“Andalucía wants you back” campaign in Milan, the Saborea España Virtual Gastronomic Laboratory, the presentation of Xacobeo Turismo in Galicia at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome and at the Feltrinelli space in Milan, presentation of “Valencia, Land of Stars and Design” Hub Identità Golose di Milan.

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Spain is counting on the return of Italian tourist flows

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If there is a sister of the clan Kardashian-Jenner that is characterized by taking things with humor, that is Kourtney Kardashian. A few hours after being parodied on the show Saturday Night Live for her younger sister, Kim, the celebrity shared a photo on her Instagram account in which she wears a style that highlighted her figure thanks to a tight fit black latex dress.

In the snapshot, the television personality, Kourtney KardashianThe 42-year-old sports a big smile as she holds a disposable camera in one hand and lifts one of her feet back subtly, the maximum allowed by the garment that was completely close to the body. It’s about a dress what does a statement, and that due to its characteristics also adheres to one of the liberating trends proposed by the world of fashion.

Kourtney Kardashian becomes the inspiration to wear a latex dress

Kourtney Kardashian has opted for some months for combinations marked by black, garments cut-out and metallic details. On this occasion he wore a black strapless latex dress totally adjusted to her body, which in turn had a subtle opening at the back of the dress hem. For makeup she chose to highlight her eyes with gold, lips nude and a touch of bronzer, while her hair was carried loose with wet effect and line between.

The American businesswoman exemplified with this combination a highlight that we witnessed during the WITH Gala of this year, and is that latex fetish clothes will be a trend in autumn and winter 2021. Without going too far, an example of this was the look total black what did he wear Kim Kardashian in the most important event in fashion, which echoes the style with a black trench coat, high boots and an inspired leather mask bandage that had worn hours before the event.

The return of this type of aesthetics, as is the fetish fashion, experts have explained it as a liberation, a reaction to the containment that we have experienced in recent times due to the global pandemic, as stated by the professor Andrew Groves a The Guardian. The latex It has been the substitute for leather, many times with futuristic bets, and celebrities like Billie Eilish, Kendall Jenner or Madonna have not hesitated to implement it.

Gigi Hadid on the Versace Spring-Summer 2022 runway.

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If we remember, in one of the chapters of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim y Kourtney they tried to put on a latex mono designed by Olivier Rousteing for his collection Balmain Autumn-Winter 2020-2021, a line that was marked by complete outfits in latex in ocher, browns, wine and black. Hence, sensuality is more present than ever. The Spring-Summer 2022 collection of Versace, It also succumbs to the trend with provocative dresses, although it also includes skirts of this type of fabric, which combines in a stylized way with blazers and blouses.

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Kourtney Kardashian successfully wears a strapless black latex dress

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If there is a sister of the clan Kardashian-Jenner that is characterized by taking things with humor, that is Kourtney Kardashian. A few hours after being parodied on the show Saturday Night Live for her younger sister, Kim, the celebrity shared a photo on her Instagram account in which she wears a style that highlighted her figure thanks to a tight fit black latex dress.

In the snapshot, the television personality, Kourtney KardashianThe 42-year-old sports a big smile as she holds a disposable camera in one hand and lifts one of her feet back subtly, the maximum allowed by the garment that was completely close to the body. It’s about a dress what does a statement, and that due to its characteristics also adheres to one of the liberating trends proposed by the world of fashion.

Kourtney Kardashian becomes the inspiration to wear a latex dress

Kourtney Kardashian has opted for some months for combinations marked by black, garments cut-out and metallic details. On this occasion he wore a black strapless latex dress totally adjusted to her body, which in turn had a subtle opening at the back of the dress hem. For makeup she chose to highlight her eyes with gold, lips nude and a touch of bronzer, while her hair was carried loose with wet effect and line between.

The American businesswoman exemplified with this combination a highlight that we witnessed during the WITH Gala of this year, and is that latex fetish clothes will be a trend in autumn and winter 2021. Without going too far, an example of this was the look total black what did he wear Kim Kardashian in the most important event in fashion, which echoes the style with a black trench coat, high boots and an inspired leather mask bandage that had worn hours before the event.

The return of this type of aesthetics, as is the fetish fashion, experts have explained it as a liberation, a reaction to the containment that we have experienced in recent times due to the global pandemic, as stated by the professor Andrew Groves a The Guardian. The latex It has been the substitute for leather, many times with futuristic bets, and celebrities like Billie Eilish, Kendall Jenner or Madonna have not hesitated to implement it.

Gigi Hadid on the Versace Spring-Summer 2022 runway.

Alessandro Lucioni / Gorunway.com

If we remember, in one of the chapters of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim y Kourtney they tried to put on a latex mono designed by Olivier Rousteing for his collection Balmain Autumn-Winter 2020-2021, a line that was marked by complete outfits in latex in ocher, browns, wine and black. Hence, sensuality is more present than ever. The Spring-Summer 2022 collection of Versace, It also succumbs to the trend with provocative dresses, although it also includes skirts of this type of fabric, which combines in a stylized way with blazers and blouses.

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Kourtney Kardashian successfully wears a strapless black latex dress

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634036856) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(74) "Bradley Cooper wears the best jacket for spring and costs less than € 70" ["link"]=> string(102) "https://genesisblocknews.com/bradley-cooper-wears-the-best-jacket-for-spring-and-costs-less-than-e-70/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 12 Oct 2021 10:49:20 +0000" ["category"]=> string(74) "UncategorizedBradleyBradley CooperCooperCostsjacketjacketsMangoSpringwears" ["guid"]=> string(102) "https://genesisblocknews.com/bradley-cooper-wears-the-best-jacket-for-spring-and-costs-less-than-e-70/" ["description"]=> string(632) "Bradley Cooper it has a lot, a lot of style. Whether in a fitted tuxedo, a loose linen summer suit, or relaxed with jeans and a T-shirt. The Hollywood star knows how to dress well and He regularly conquers us with impeccable and carefree looks. Of course, Bradley Cooper has all the fashion options open, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6390) "

Bradley Cooper it has a lot, a lot of style. Whether in a fitted tuxedo, a loose linen summer suit, or relaxed with jeans and a T-shirt. The Hollywood star knows how to dress well and He regularly conquers us with impeccable and carefree looks.

Of course, Bradley Cooper has all the fashion options open, and we assure you that many of their garments cost much more than an average month’s rent. But that does not mean that you only allow the presence of high-end brands in your closet. The ups and downs are the trend of the moment, and Cooper knows it. In the end, combine different prices (or styles) not only offer the opportunity to save money, but it is the perfect way to add a personal touch to your outfits.

Bradley Cooper’s new jacket is from Mango

We were very happy when the photos in which you see Bradley Cooper walking through New York. As you can see, here you have the actor wearing a jacket that all men need with gray chinos and a black T-shirt.

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We talk about the new nylon shirt jacket Mango, which also has a zip under button placket. You might think it’s a minor detail, but this feature is exactly what makes this jacket the perfect companion for spring. Buttoned jackets look good, but they are not always the best option.

This season is famous for its many weather surprises. This means that if you walk out the door on a sunny day in the morning, you will most likely have to fight to get back home through a rain or snow storm a few hours later.

A zipped jacket won’t keep you as warm as a thick parka in the long run, of course, but it’s a better protection against cold than the same button-only model, especially in strong winds.

The ideal jacket for spring

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Another plus point is the material. The cMango’s nylon hat is made of a rather elegant fabric. The technical fibers ensure that the jacket is comfortable to wear throughout the day, but at the same time totally water repellent. So if you wear it like Bradley Cooper With boots and a baseball cap, you won’t risk coming home completely drenched.

As you can see, there is nothing that speaks against this basic. Also, the fact that the jacket is kept fairly straightforward with its simple navy blue look adds to the durability of this design immensely. You will be able to wear it for many years, with or without trends, which means that you will always be on the right side of fashion.

* This article was originally published at GQ Germany

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Bradley Cooper it has a lot, a lot of style. Whether in a fitted tuxedo, a loose linen summer suit, or relaxed with jeans and a T-shirt. The Hollywood star knows how to dress well and He regularly conquers us with impeccable and carefree looks.

Of course, Bradley Cooper has all the fashion options open, and we assure you that many of their garments cost much more than an average month’s rent. But that does not mean that you only allow the presence of high-end brands in your closet. The ups and downs are the trend of the moment, and Cooper knows it. In the end, combine different prices (or styles) not only offer the opportunity to save money, but it is the perfect way to add a personal touch to your outfits.

Bradley Cooper’s new jacket is from Mango

We were very happy when the photos in which you see Bradley Cooper walking through New York. As you can see, here you have the actor wearing a jacket that all men need with gray chinos and a black T-shirt.

Getty Images

We talk about the new nylon shirt jacket Mango, which also has a zip under button placket. You might think it’s a minor detail, but this feature is exactly what makes this jacket the perfect companion for spring. Buttoned jackets look good, but they are not always the best option.

This season is famous for its many weather surprises. This means that if you walk out the door on a sunny day in the morning, you will most likely have to fight to get back home through a rain or snow storm a few hours later.

A zipped jacket won’t keep you as warm as a thick parka in the long run, of course, but it’s a better protection against cold than the same button-only model, especially in strong winds.

The ideal jacket for spring

PR

BUY nylon jacket for € 59.99 at Mango

Another plus point is the material. The cMango’s nylon hat is made of a rather elegant fabric. The technical fibers ensure that the jacket is comfortable to wear throughout the day, but at the same time totally water repellent. So if you wear it like Bradley Cooper With boots and a baseball cap, you won’t risk coming home completely drenched.

As you can see, there is nothing that speaks against this basic. Also, the fact that the jacket is kept fairly straightforward with its simple navy blue look adds to the durability of this design immensely. You will be able to wear it for many years, with or without trends, which means that you will always be on the right side of fashion.

* This article was originally published at GQ Germany

You may also like:

The best running shoes according to those who know the most about running

Men’s shirts: the only 4 models you’ll need to dress well this season and throughout 2021

The musical t-shirts with which it will seem that you have been to the best concerts are worth 20 euros at Zara

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Bradley Cooper wears the best jacket for spring and costs less than € 70

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Samuel L. Jackson is one of the highest grossing actors in Hollywood. His fortune is due to the more than 150 films recorded.

You want to know how much money have Samuel L. Jackson? We will tell you everything you need to know about your fortuna.

The American actor stands out for an impressive filmography that includes more than 150 titles. Some of them have been a huge box office hit, even if he’s not the lead.

On average, the tapes of Samuel L. Jackson have grossed $ 89.9 million per movie!

    How much money does Samuel L. Jackson have?  This is your fortune

The total worldwide box office of the films in which the American has appeared is almost 16.7 billion dollars.

Samuel L. Jackson He is also a renowned film producer. However, the seventh art is not his only source of income. The actor has lucrative endorsement deals with fashion and tech firms.

In addition, he has made good investments in real estate together with his wife. This and other projects have left him juicy earnings throughout his life.

This is how the actor went from fighting his drug addiction to building an empire with his image.

Then we tell you how much money have Samuel L. Jackson and in what invests its enormous fortuna.

How much does Samuel L. Jackson charge per movie?

Samuel L. Jackson has more than three decades of career in the seventh art. This has allowed him to increase his salary considerably. However, he does not have a fixed salary, since he also performs supporting roles.

In 1992, when he starred White Sands, the actor received only 75 thousand dollars. However, his luck would change drastically by the year 2000, at which time he earned $ 10 million for Shaft. In the same year, he earned $ 7 million for Unbreakable.

In 2014, Samuel L. Jackson received 6 million dollars for No Good Deed. For 2017, he took home $ 5 million for his appearance on Kong: Skull Island.

Every time he’s appeared in a Marvel movie, like Nick Fury, he’s made between $ 4 million and $ 6 million. This, only after the bonuses.

How much does Samuel L. Jackson charge per movie?

Since 2011, Samuel L. Jackson is considered the highest grossing actor of all time. This title is not for less, only with its premieres it earned more than 10 thousand 500 million dollars.

The movie that has earned the most income is The Avengers. For it he earned 623.4 million dollars. If this figure seems excessive, the film grossed 1,519 billion dollars worldwide.

The actor explained during an interview that his compulsion for work is rather out of fear. As a black child from the American South, his grandparents instilled in him that he should ‘work ten times as long as everyone else’:

“My biggest fear is not working after finishing a movie. It’s always: ‘Will I be able to find another job?’ “

How much is Samuel L. Jackson’s fortune?

Samuel L. Jackson He has a net worth of $ 250 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

In 2011, the American entered the Guinness Records as the highest grossing actor in film history. This for the 7.4 billion dollars raised in his career.

On average, Samuel L. Jackson participates in four films per year. In 2010, he appeared in six films; for 2011 it came out in four and in 2012 it made three. This amount is very high in Hollywood.

Also, unlike other movie stars, the actor does not hesitate to take supporting roles. This has allowed him to add more than 150 deliveries in his three decades of career.

How much is Samuel L. Jackson's fortune?

Between 2016 and 2017, the American earned $ 30 million for his various projects. Thanks to this he entered the list of the fifteen highest paid actors of Forbes, in the thirteenth place.

Beyond the cinema, Samuel L. Jackson it’s all a influence on networks like Instagram and Twitter. In the first it adds 6.8 million followers and in the second it gathers 8.6 million.

Thanks to his publications, the actor has made Kangaroo caps or T-shirts with messages fashionable. Some of them with their own image.

What’s more, Samuel L. Jackson has lent his voice in animated films and for the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. He has even recorded several audiobooks, including:

The actor has also signed very lucrative endorsement deals. The most notable is with Capital One. Although it is unknown how much he earns, it is estimated that there are eight figures annually. Additionally, he has appeared in commercials for Adidas, Apple and Brioni.

How does Samuel L. Jackson spend his money?

Samuel L. Jackson and his wife, LaTanya Richardson, own at least $ 30 million in real estate. This only includes your properties in the United States.

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These are the most important 2021 financial trends

In 2000, the couple paid actress Roseanne Barr 8.35 million for a 12,000-square-foot mansion. This beautiful residence is located in the exclusive Beverly Park neighborhood of Beverly Hills. Currently, that property is worth around $ 20 million to $ 30 million.

In 2005, Samuel L. Jackson and his wife invested $ 4.8 million in a multi-unit condo. This on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, in New York.

By November 2018, the couple sold the property for $ 13 million.

How does Samuel L. Jackson spend his money?

In that same year, the actor celebrated his 70th birthday in New York. The exclusive party had as guests Stevie Wonder, who sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to him.

In addition, other Hollywood personalities were present at the celebration. Among them were Whoopi Goldberg, George Lucas, Anne Hathaway and singer Bruno Mars.

Nevertheless, Samuel L. Jackson He doesn’t just spend on properties, luxuries, and parties. He and LaTanya are very involved in philanthropic causes. Over the years they have donated millions of dollars in scholarships and the fight for equal rights.

In addition, the image of the American has also allowed him to add more people to his projects.

In 2013, Samuel L. Jackson he invited his followers to raise $ 100,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association. In the end, he managed to raise $ 125,000.

How about?

With information from thewillandthewallet.org, Alzheimer Foundation, Money, El País and Celebrity Net Worth

Cover: Instagram @samuelljackson

Interiors: Instagram @samuelljackson

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Samuel L. Jackson is one of the highest grossing actors in Hollywood. His fortune is due to the more than 150 films recorded.

You want to know how much money have Samuel L. Jackson? We will tell you everything you need to know about your fortuna.

The American actor stands out for an impressive filmography that includes more than 150 titles. Some of them have been a huge box office hit, even if he’s not the lead.

On average, the tapes of Samuel L. Jackson have grossed $ 89.9 million per movie!

    How much money does Samuel L. Jackson have?  This is your fortune

The total worldwide box office of the films in which the American has appeared is almost 16.7 billion dollars.

Samuel L. Jackson He is also a renowned film producer. However, the seventh art is not his only source of income. The actor has lucrative endorsement deals with fashion and tech firms.

In addition, he has made good investments in real estate together with his wife. This and other projects have left him juicy earnings throughout his life.

This is how the actor went from fighting his drug addiction to building an empire with his image.

Then we tell you how much money have Samuel L. Jackson and in what invests its enormous fortuna.

How much does Samuel L. Jackson charge per movie?

Samuel L. Jackson has more than three decades of career in the seventh art. This has allowed him to increase his salary considerably. However, he does not have a fixed salary, since he also performs supporting roles.

In 1992, when he starred White Sands, the actor received only 75 thousand dollars. However, his luck would change drastically by the year 2000, at which time he earned $ 10 million for Shaft. In the same year, he earned $ 7 million for Unbreakable.

In 2014, Samuel L. Jackson received 6 million dollars for No Good Deed. For 2017, he took home $ 5 million for his appearance on Kong: Skull Island.

Every time he’s appeared in a Marvel movie, like Nick Fury, he’s made between $ 4 million and $ 6 million. This, only after the bonuses.

How much does Samuel L. Jackson charge per movie?

Since 2011, Samuel L. Jackson is considered the highest grossing actor of all time. This title is not for less, only with its premieres it earned more than 10 thousand 500 million dollars.

The movie that has earned the most income is The Avengers. For it he earned 623.4 million dollars. If this figure seems excessive, the film grossed 1,519 billion dollars worldwide.

The actor explained during an interview that his compulsion for work is rather out of fear. As a black child from the American South, his grandparents instilled in him that he should ‘work ten times as long as everyone else’:

“My biggest fear is not working after finishing a movie. It’s always: ‘Will I be able to find another job?’ “

How much is Samuel L. Jackson’s fortune?

Samuel L. Jackson He has a net worth of $ 250 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

In 2011, the American entered the Guinness Records as the highest grossing actor in film history. This for the 7.4 billion dollars raised in his career.

On average, Samuel L. Jackson participates in four films per year. In 2010, he appeared in six films; for 2011 it came out in four and in 2012 it made three. This amount is very high in Hollywood.

Also, unlike other movie stars, the actor does not hesitate to take supporting roles. This has allowed him to add more than 150 deliveries in his three decades of career.

How much is Samuel L. Jackson's fortune?

Between 2016 and 2017, the American earned $ 30 million for his various projects. Thanks to this he entered the list of the fifteen highest paid actors of Forbes, in the thirteenth place.

Beyond the cinema, Samuel L. Jackson it’s all a influence on networks like Instagram and Twitter. In the first it adds 6.8 million followers and in the second it gathers 8.6 million.

Thanks to his publications, the actor has made Kangaroo caps or T-shirts with messages fashionable. Some of them with their own image.

What’s more, Samuel L. Jackson has lent his voice in animated films and for the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. He has even recorded several audiobooks, including:

The actor has also signed very lucrative endorsement deals. The most notable is with Capital One. Although it is unknown how much he earns, it is estimated that there are eight figures annually. Additionally, he has appeared in commercials for Adidas, Apple and Brioni.

How does Samuel L. Jackson spend his money?

Samuel L. Jackson and his wife, LaTanya Richardson, own at least $ 30 million in real estate. This only includes your properties in the United States.

See Also

These are the most important 2021 financial trends

In 2000, the couple paid actress Roseanne Barr 8.35 million for a 12,000-square-foot mansion. This beautiful residence is located in the exclusive Beverly Park neighborhood of Beverly Hills. Currently, that property is worth around $ 20 million to $ 30 million.

In 2005, Samuel L. Jackson and his wife invested $ 4.8 million in a multi-unit condo. This on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, in New York.

By November 2018, the couple sold the property for $ 13 million.

How does Samuel L. Jackson spend his money?

In that same year, the actor celebrated his 70th birthday in New York. The exclusive party had as guests Stevie Wonder, who sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to him.

In addition, other Hollywood personalities were present at the celebration. Among them were Whoopi Goldberg, George Lucas, Anne Hathaway and singer Bruno Mars.

Nevertheless, Samuel L. Jackson He doesn’t just spend on properties, luxuries, and parties. He and LaTanya are very involved in philanthropic causes. Over the years they have donated millions of dollars in scholarships and the fight for equal rights.

In addition, the image of the American has also allowed him to add more people to his projects.

In 2013, Samuel L. Jackson he invited his followers to raise $ 100,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association. In the end, he managed to raise $ 125,000.

How about?

With information from thewillandthewallet.org, Alzheimer Foundation, Money, El País and Celebrity Net Worth

Cover: Instagram @samuelljackson

Interiors: Instagram @samuelljackson

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Pro baller Terry Rozier (our defendant) began his career with the Boston Celtics and now plays for the Charlotte Hornets. Rozier’s reputation around the NBA as a “dangerous scorer” and “fearless shooter” eventually earned him the nickname “Scary Terry.” (For more on the origins of the nickname, see this Boston Globe article.) Rozier claims that he embraced this sobriquet so he could “engage with his fans and share personal aspects of himself, like his love for scary movies, and what they meant for his own story.”

In 2018, Rozier launched a “Scarry Terry” line of merchandise that included tee shirts with a cartoon image of Rozier in uniform wearing a mask from the horror film Scream. Rozier chose this design because, as a kid, he loved Scream, and “its mix of violence and humor provided solace and escapism in a childhood surrounded by violence.” This is the tee shirt:

As Rozier’s popularity surged, his merch efforts kept apace. This eventually caught the attention of plaintiff Fun World, a leading manufacturer of costumes and masks. Fun World purports to own all rights in the ghost face mask that was used (with Fun World’s permission) in Scream and that became, in the words of Fun World’s trademarked tagline, “The icon of Halloween.” The ghost face mask for which Fun World holds a copyright registration (as a sculptural work) is this:

Fun World sued Rozier for copyright and trademark infringement. Last week, District Judge Kiyo A. Matsumoto in the Southern District of New York granted Rozier’s motion for summary judgment. There are a lot of issues addressed in the court’s 85-page decision. Here are some highlights.

1. Does Fun World Own a Valid Copyright in the Ghost Face Mask?

Not according to Rozier, who alleged that the mask was actually created by a third party, Tony Gardner (well-known makeup and special effects designer). In a declaration, Gardner contended that, as early as the spring of 1991, he was selling a ghost mask called the “Wailer,” Gardner also testified that the “Wailer” was prominently displayed at trade shows attended by Fun World in the same year. The copyright registration for Fun World’s ghost mask lists December 4, 1991 as the first publication date – i.e., several months after Gardner began marketing the “Wailer” mask. Below is a side by side of Gardner’s “Wailer” and Fun World’s ghost mask:

At the outset, the court noted that any claim Gardner might have asserted that he was the owner of the copyright in Fun World’s ghost mask was time-barred, since he had been aware that Fun World was licensing the mask at least eighteen years ago, well outside the three-year statute of limitations period. (See this post for more on when copyright ownership claims accrue under § 507(b).) Rozier lacked standing to assert (and then take refuge in) Gardner’s time-barred position as to rights he may once have had. Nevertheless, Garner’s testimony was relevant to the question of whether Fun World’s mask was original. Although Fun World’s registration gave rise to a presumption of validity (and originality), and although the threshold for originality is low, the court concluded that a genuine issue of material fact existed as to whether Fun World’s mask possesses the requisite originality for copyright protection. The evidence proffered by Rozier “could lead a jury to conclude that [Fun World] or its representatives may have had direct access to and knowledge of Mr. Gardner’s … mask in 1991 through national expositions, and a comparison of the two works demonstrates what the Court considers to be a visible and substantial similarity.”

2. Does Rozier’s Tee Shirt Infringe Upon Fun World’s Mask?

Assuming arguendo that Fun World owns a valid copyright in its ghost mask, the court next considered whether the cartoon mask as it appears on Rozier’s tee shirts infringed upon Fun World’s copyright. To prove infringement, Fun World was required to demonstrate that: (1) Rozier has actually copied Fun World’s mask; and (2) the copying was illegal because a substantial similarity exists between protectible elements of Fun World’s mask and the mask depicted on the tee shirts.

Here, it was undisputed that Rozier had access to and copied the mask from Scream; indeed, Rozier admitted that he had instructed his team to “do a cartoon showing [him] with a mask that looked like the one from the Scream movies.” And although substantial similarity is often a question reserved for the jury, the court found that in this case “reasonable jurors would not differ in their understanding that Mr. Rozier’s cartoon depiction of the mask was appropriated from the Scream mask, which had originated from” Fun World’s mask. Accordingly, the court concluded that the cartoon mask as it appears on Rozier’s tee shirts was substantially similar, as a matter of law, to Fun World’s mask.

3. Did Rozier’s Use of the Scream Mask Qualify as Fair Use?

All was not lost for Rozier: the court determined that his use of the mask on tee shirts was protected under fair use. Here is a rundown of the court’s analysis of the statutory factors.

Nature and Purpose of Use.

First, Rozier argued that his cartoon was a transformative parody. In Campbell v. Acuff Rose, the Supreme Court held that, to qualify as a parody, the secondary work must “at least in part,” comment on the primary work, Here, the analysis was “complicated by the fact that … [Rozier] did not seek to parody the underlying source material – [Fun World’s] Ghost Face Mask – but rather, the Ghost Face Mask specifically licensed and used in the Scream films by a serial killer character.” The court characterized this as a “secondary use of a secondary use.” Breaking this down, what the court meant is:

  1. The primary use was Fun World’s use of the mask as a Halloween ghost costume;
  2. The (original) secondary use was the inclusion of the mask in the movie Scream where “it was worn by a serial killer and was instilled with meaning beyond a Halloween ghost costume;” and
  3. Rozier’s use of the mask plays off (and builds upon) the (original) secondary use of the mask in the film “to create a humorous embodiment of an NBA basketball player who was known as a “killer” scorer.” In that sense, Rozier’s tee shirts constituted a “secondary use of a secondary use.”

Even though Rozier’s use of the mask “is more attenuated from what is traditionally considered the “original” work,” and even though Rozier did not comment directly on the original mask or on Fun World, the court found that Rozier’s use was nonetheless parodic in nature because he:

“[S]uccessfully uses a cartoon rendering of the Plaintiff’s licensed Scream mask on a cartoon basketball player to lampoon the famous mask-wearing movie villain and killer in the context of NBA players, NBA fans, and even the NBA media. Defendant’s humorous and whimsical reimagination of the Ghost Face Mask does, “at least in part,” comment on Plaintiff or its work (as used in Scream), as required for protection as parody under copyright law, favoring a finding of fair use and summary judgment for Defendant.”

Second, the court found that Rozier’s use of the ghost mask also qualified for fair use as a satire. In Blanch v. Koons (see this post), the Second Circuit found that artist Jeff Koons’ inclusion of a fashion photograph in a new work qualified for fair use even though Koon’s new work did not comment directly on the specific photograph he had appropriated (and therefore didn’t qualify as a parody) but instead commented on fashion photography and advertising more broadly. In that case, the Second Circuit noted that Koons work “may be better characterized for these purposes as satire—its message appears to target the genre of which [the original photograph] is typical, rather than the individual photograph itself.”

Here, the court found that Rozier had used the ghost mask to satirize or ridicule “the perception of ruthless, high-scoring athletes in the NBA, as well [as to underscore] the humor in the Scary Terry moniker.” This, in the court’s view, constituted “a genuine creative rationale for borrowing [Fun World’s] image, rather than using it merely “to get attention or to avoid the drudgery in working up something fresh.”

Third, the court agreed with Rozier that the use of the mask on tee shirts served another transformative purpose: it marked its wearers as fans of Mr. Rozier. The “merchandise serves the purpose of identifying and connecting Defendant’s fans with Defendant’s Scary Terry persona, a significantly different use and purpose from that of the original work.”

Finally, the court found that the fact that Rozier’s use was undeniably commercial in nature (which typically weighs against a finding of fair use) was not dispositive here, given the transformative nature of the use.

Accordingly, the first factor favored a finding of fair use.

The Nature of the Copyrighted Work. The second factor favored Fun World, since the mask was creative in nature.

The Amount and Substantiality of the Use. The court concluded that the third factor was neutral. On on hand, in quantitative terms, Rozier copied enough of the mask – in particular, the configuration and shape of the head and facial features – such that the cartoon was substantially similar to it as a matter of law. On the other hand, in order to invoke Scream, Rozier “necessarily copied a substantial portion of the Ghost Face Mask as used in Scream, albeit in two-dimensional, cartoon form, for the purposes of ensuring recognition.”

The Effect of the Use on the Market for the Original. The fourth factor weighed in favor of a finding of fair use. The court was not persuaded that Rozier’s merchandise (in the sports apparel category) would “usurp the primary market of holiday and party consumers for the Ghost Face Mask.” Rozier identified a distinct and relevant market for his merchandise – i.e., his fans. Moreover, Rozier’s tee shirts are not a “competing substitute” for Fun World’s products, including because Rozier “added content that is both unrelated to prior associations with the Ghost Face Mask and specific to Defendant’s use, specifically, Mr. Rozier, the Celtics, and professional basketball generally.” Finally, even though it was undisputed that Fun World licensed images of the mask for use on apparel, the court did not believe that Rozier’s tee shirts would have a significant impact on any of Fun World’s potential markets:

“The Court has considered whether Mr. Rozier’s widespread and transformative use of the Scream mask, if unchecked and widespread, would result in substantial adverse impact for Plaintiff’s potential market. The Court concludes that this is precisely the kind of tension that exists between the enforcement of a copyright and the fair use doctrine, which ‘seeks to strike a balance between an artist’s intellectual property rights … including the right to license and develop (or refrain from licensing or developing) … and ‘the ability of the rest of us to express them- or ourselves by reference to the works of others.’ Though a slew of parodical, satirical, or other transformative uses of the Ghost Face Mask could certainly adversely impact Plaintiff’s potential market, these hypothetical fair uses are not the type of contemplated use that would compel a finding in favor of the copyright holder.” (Citations omitted.)

4. Did Rozier Infringe Upon Fun World’s Trademark Rights?

Finally, the court granted Rozier’s motion for summary judgment on all of Fun World’s trademark claims. With respect to Fun World’s infringement claims, the court found, after reviewing and weighing the eight Polaroid factor, that all the factors either weighed in favor of Rozier or were neutral and “not a single factor weighs in favor of” Fun World. With respect to Fun World’s dilution claim, the court held that Fun World had abandoned the claim for failing to respond to Rozier’s motion, and that, in any event, Fun World had failed to submit any evidence to support that its mark was a famous mark that qualified for protection under federal law.

Easter Unlimited, Inc. d/b/a Fun World v. Rozier, No. 18-CV-06637 (KAM), 2021 WL 4409729 (S.D.N.Y. Sept. 27, 2021)

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“Scary Terry” Rozier Beats Copyright Claim Brought By Owner of Ghost Mask from Horror Pic SCREAM

" } ["summary"]=> string(786) "Pro baller Terry Rozier (our defendant) began his career with the Boston Celtics and now plays for the Charlotte Hornets. Rozier’s reputation around the NBA as a “dangerous scorer” and “fearless shooter” eventually earned him the nickname “Scary Terry.” (For more on the origins of the nickname, see this Boston Globe article.) Rozier claims that ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(15115) "

Pro baller Terry Rozier (our defendant) began his career with the Boston Celtics and now plays for the Charlotte Hornets. Rozier’s reputation around the NBA as a “dangerous scorer” and “fearless shooter” eventually earned him the nickname “Scary Terry.” (For more on the origins of the nickname, see this Boston Globe article.) Rozier claims that he embraced this sobriquet so he could “engage with his fans and share personal aspects of himself, like his love for scary movies, and what they meant for his own story.”

In 2018, Rozier launched a “Scarry Terry” line of merchandise that included tee shirts with a cartoon image of Rozier in uniform wearing a mask from the horror film Scream. Rozier chose this design because, as a kid, he loved Scream, and “its mix of violence and humor provided solace and escapism in a childhood surrounded by violence.” This is the tee shirt:

As Rozier’s popularity surged, his merch efforts kept apace. This eventually caught the attention of plaintiff Fun World, a leading manufacturer of costumes and masks. Fun World purports to own all rights in the ghost face mask that was used (with Fun World’s permission) in Scream and that became, in the words of Fun World’s trademarked tagline, “The icon of Halloween.” The ghost face mask for which Fun World holds a copyright registration (as a sculptural work) is this:

Fun World sued Rozier for copyright and trademark infringement. Last week, District Judge Kiyo A. Matsumoto in the Southern District of New York granted Rozier’s motion for summary judgment. There are a lot of issues addressed in the court’s 85-page decision. Here are some highlights.

1. Does Fun World Own a Valid Copyright in the Ghost Face Mask?

Not according to Rozier, who alleged that the mask was actually created by a third party, Tony Gardner (well-known makeup and special effects designer). In a declaration, Gardner contended that, as early as the spring of 1991, he was selling a ghost mask called the “Wailer,” Gardner also testified that the “Wailer” was prominently displayed at trade shows attended by Fun World in the same year. The copyright registration for Fun World’s ghost mask lists December 4, 1991 as the first publication date – i.e., several months after Gardner began marketing the “Wailer” mask. Below is a side by side of Gardner’s “Wailer” and Fun World’s ghost mask:

At the outset, the court noted that any claim Gardner might have asserted that he was the owner of the copyright in Fun World’s ghost mask was time-barred, since he had been aware that Fun World was licensing the mask at least eighteen years ago, well outside the three-year statute of limitations period. (See this post for more on when copyright ownership claims accrue under § 507(b).) Rozier lacked standing to assert (and then take refuge in) Gardner’s time-barred position as to rights he may once have had. Nevertheless, Garner’s testimony was relevant to the question of whether Fun World’s mask was original. Although Fun World’s registration gave rise to a presumption of validity (and originality), and although the threshold for originality is low, the court concluded that a genuine issue of material fact existed as to whether Fun World’s mask possesses the requisite originality for copyright protection. The evidence proffered by Rozier “could lead a jury to conclude that [Fun World] or its representatives may have had direct access to and knowledge of Mr. Gardner’s … mask in 1991 through national expositions, and a comparison of the two works demonstrates what the Court considers to be a visible and substantial similarity.”

2. Does Rozier’s Tee Shirt Infringe Upon Fun World’s Mask?

Assuming arguendo that Fun World owns a valid copyright in its ghost mask, the court next considered whether the cartoon mask as it appears on Rozier’s tee shirts infringed upon Fun World’s copyright. To prove infringement, Fun World was required to demonstrate that: (1) Rozier has actually copied Fun World’s mask; and (2) the copying was illegal because a substantial similarity exists between protectible elements of Fun World’s mask and the mask depicted on the tee shirts.

Here, it was undisputed that Rozier had access to and copied the mask from Scream; indeed, Rozier admitted that he had instructed his team to “do a cartoon showing [him] with a mask that looked like the one from the Scream movies.” And although substantial similarity is often a question reserved for the jury, the court found that in this case “reasonable jurors would not differ in their understanding that Mr. Rozier’s cartoon depiction of the mask was appropriated from the Scream mask, which had originated from” Fun World’s mask. Accordingly, the court concluded that the cartoon mask as it appears on Rozier’s tee shirts was substantially similar, as a matter of law, to Fun World’s mask.

3. Did Rozier’s Use of the Scream Mask Qualify as Fair Use?

All was not lost for Rozier: the court determined that his use of the mask on tee shirts was protected under fair use. Here is a rundown of the court’s analysis of the statutory factors.

Nature and Purpose of Use.

First, Rozier argued that his cartoon was a transformative parody. In Campbell v. Acuff Rose, the Supreme Court held that, to qualify as a parody, the secondary work must “at least in part,” comment on the primary work, Here, the analysis was “complicated by the fact that … [Rozier] did not seek to parody the underlying source material – [Fun World’s] Ghost Face Mask – but rather, the Ghost Face Mask specifically licensed and used in the Scream films by a serial killer character.” The court characterized this as a “secondary use of a secondary use.” Breaking this down, what the court meant is:

  1. The primary use was Fun World’s use of the mask as a Halloween ghost costume;
  2. The (original) secondary use was the inclusion of the mask in the movie Scream where “it was worn by a serial killer and was instilled with meaning beyond a Halloween ghost costume;” and
  3. Rozier’s use of the mask plays off (and builds upon) the (original) secondary use of the mask in the film “to create a humorous embodiment of an NBA basketball player who was known as a “killer” scorer.” In that sense, Rozier’s tee shirts constituted a “secondary use of a secondary use.”

Even though Rozier’s use of the mask “is more attenuated from what is traditionally considered the “original” work,” and even though Rozier did not comment directly on the original mask or on Fun World, the court found that Rozier’s use was nonetheless parodic in nature because he:

“[S]uccessfully uses a cartoon rendering of the Plaintiff’s licensed Scream mask on a cartoon basketball player to lampoon the famous mask-wearing movie villain and killer in the context of NBA players, NBA fans, and even the NBA media. Defendant’s humorous and whimsical reimagination of the Ghost Face Mask does, “at least in part,” comment on Plaintiff or its work (as used in Scream), as required for protection as parody under copyright law, favoring a finding of fair use and summary judgment for Defendant.”

Second, the court found that Rozier’s use of the ghost mask also qualified for fair use as a satire. In Blanch v. Koons (see this post), the Second Circuit found that artist Jeff Koons’ inclusion of a fashion photograph in a new work qualified for fair use even though Koon’s new work did not comment directly on the specific photograph he had appropriated (and therefore didn’t qualify as a parody) but instead commented on fashion photography and advertising more broadly. In that case, the Second Circuit noted that Koons work “may be better characterized for these purposes as satire—its message appears to target the genre of which [the original photograph] is typical, rather than the individual photograph itself.”

Here, the court found that Rozier had used the ghost mask to satirize or ridicule “the perception of ruthless, high-scoring athletes in the NBA, as well [as to underscore] the humor in the Scary Terry moniker.” This, in the court’s view, constituted “a genuine creative rationale for borrowing [Fun World’s] image, rather than using it merely “to get attention or to avoid the drudgery in working up something fresh.”

Third, the court agreed with Rozier that the use of the mask on tee shirts served another transformative purpose: it marked its wearers as fans of Mr. Rozier. The “merchandise serves the purpose of identifying and connecting Defendant’s fans with Defendant’s Scary Terry persona, a significantly different use and purpose from that of the original work.”

Finally, the court found that the fact that Rozier’s use was undeniably commercial in nature (which typically weighs against a finding of fair use) was not dispositive here, given the transformative nature of the use.

Accordingly, the first factor favored a finding of fair use.

The Nature of the Copyrighted Work. The second factor favored Fun World, since the mask was creative in nature.

The Amount and Substantiality of the Use. The court concluded that the third factor was neutral. On on hand, in quantitative terms, Rozier copied enough of the mask – in particular, the configuration and shape of the head and facial features – such that the cartoon was substantially similar to it as a matter of law. On the other hand, in order to invoke Scream, Rozier “necessarily copied a substantial portion of the Ghost Face Mask as used in Scream, albeit in two-dimensional, cartoon form, for the purposes of ensuring recognition.”

The Effect of the Use on the Market for the Original. The fourth factor weighed in favor of a finding of fair use. The court was not persuaded that Rozier’s merchandise (in the sports apparel category) would “usurp the primary market of holiday and party consumers for the Ghost Face Mask.” Rozier identified a distinct and relevant market for his merchandise – i.e., his fans. Moreover, Rozier’s tee shirts are not a “competing substitute” for Fun World’s products, including because Rozier “added content that is both unrelated to prior associations with the Ghost Face Mask and specific to Defendant’s use, specifically, Mr. Rozier, the Celtics, and professional basketball generally.” Finally, even though it was undisputed that Fun World licensed images of the mask for use on apparel, the court did not believe that Rozier’s tee shirts would have a significant impact on any of Fun World’s potential markets:

“The Court has considered whether Mr. Rozier’s widespread and transformative use of the Scream mask, if unchecked and widespread, would result in substantial adverse impact for Plaintiff’s potential market. The Court concludes that this is precisely the kind of tension that exists between the enforcement of a copyright and the fair use doctrine, which ‘seeks to strike a balance between an artist’s intellectual property rights … including the right to license and develop (or refrain from licensing or developing) … and ‘the ability of the rest of us to express them- or ourselves by reference to the works of others.’ Though a slew of parodical, satirical, or other transformative uses of the Ghost Face Mask could certainly adversely impact Plaintiff’s potential market, these hypothetical fair uses are not the type of contemplated use that would compel a finding in favor of the copyright holder.” (Citations omitted.)

4. Did Rozier Infringe Upon Fun World’s Trademark Rights?

Finally, the court granted Rozier’s motion for summary judgment on all of Fun World’s trademark claims. With respect to Fun World’s infringement claims, the court found, after reviewing and weighing the eight Polaroid factor, that all the factors either weighed in favor of Rozier or were neutral and “not a single factor weighs in favor of” Fun World. With respect to Fun World’s dilution claim, the court held that Fun World had abandoned the claim for failing to respond to Rozier’s motion, and that, in any event, Fun World had failed to submit any evidence to support that its mark was a famous mark that qualified for protection under federal law.

Easter Unlimited, Inc. d/b/a Fun World v. Rozier, No. 18-CV-06637 (KAM), 2021 WL 4409729 (S.D.N.Y. Sept. 27, 2021)

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“Scary Terry” Rozier Beats Copyright Claim Brought By Owner of Ghost Mask from Horror Pic SCREAM

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The Incredible Hulk has unfortunately had little or no character development throughout his stay in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, primarily because Marvel Studios shares the rights to the character with Universal Pictures. This led to us not seeing a new Bruce Banner solo movie beyond the distant Hulk: The Incredible Man 2008, however, that could change soon.

According to the portal Giant Freakin Robot, Marvel Studios already has official plans to develop a new Hulk solo film starring actor Mark Ruffalo. It is not yet known with certainty what the film would be about, however rumors suggest that they will adapt the story of World War Hulk.

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The medium also clarifies that this film would be a bridge for future stories involving not only Bruce Banner, but various incarnations of the Hulk. The emerald giant would go from being a secondary character in Marvel productions to be able to have new adventures as the protagonist.

Marvel Studios already has planned to release a Disney + series based on She-Hulk, starring Tatiana Maslany and where we can see again Mark Ruffalo as Hulk and Tim Roth as Abomination (who we have not seen since 2008).

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If this turns out to be real, we could get new versions of the Hulk on the small screen, or even the big screen, because Jennifer Walters / She Hulk, is not the only alternate version of the monster that lives in Doctor Banner. There is the Red Hulk, who is actually General Ross, Bruce Banner’s eternal enemy; the Hulk of Amadeus Cho, who is a brilliant scientist who manages to become the Hulk entity. In addition to Scar, the son the Hulk had during his stay on the planet Sakaar.

We could see alternate versions of the Hulk, like Amadeus Cho or Red Hulk
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The Incredible Hulk has unfortunately had little or no character development throughout his stay in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, primarily because Marvel Studios shares the rights to the character with Universal Pictures. This led to us not seeing a new Bruce Banner solo movie beyond the distant Hulk: The Incredible Man 2008, however, that could change soon.

According to the portal Giant Freakin Robot, Marvel Studios already has official plans to develop a new Hulk solo film starring actor Mark Ruffalo. It is not yet known with certainty what the film would be about, however rumors suggest that they will adapt the story of World War Hulk.

The official LEVEL UP shirts have arrived – GET YOURS HERE

The medium also clarifies that this film would be a bridge for future stories involving not only Bruce Banner, but various incarnations of the Hulk. The emerald giant would go from being a secondary character in Marvel productions to be able to have new adventures as the protagonist.

Marvel Studios already has planned to release a Disney + series based on She-Hulk, starring Tatiana Maslany and where we can see again Mark Ruffalo as Hulk and Tim Roth as Abomination (who we have not seen since 2008).

Subscribe to Disney + – AVAILABLE HERE

She-Hulk will have her own series for Disney +

If this turns out to be real, we could get new versions of the Hulk on the small screen, or even the big screen, because Jennifer Walters / She Hulk, is not the only alternate version of the monster that lives in Doctor Banner. There is the Red Hulk, who is actually General Ross, Bruce Banner’s eternal enemy; the Hulk of Amadeus Cho, who is a brilliant scientist who manages to become the Hulk entity. In addition to Scar, the son the Hulk had during his stay on the planet Sakaar.

We could see alternate versions of the Hulk, like Amadeus Cho or Red Hulk
We could see alternate versions of the Hulk, like Amadeus Cho or Red Hulk

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American baseball fans were shocked this weekend when they saw a famous face in the crowd at the stadium. Tom Cruise attended the matchup between the Dodgers in The Angels and the Giants of San Francisco which took place on Sunday, although his followers were more surprised by the appearance of the 59-year-old actor than by their presence at the sporting event.

For many users in the networks, the gallant of Hollywood he looked very different during Sunday’s game. Although she spent the time smiling and taking selfies at the game she visited with her son, Connor, movie fans focused on his face when talking about his appearance. Unlike the jagged jaw he wears in his movies, the interpreter was seen with a somewhat swollen face.

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Tom Cruise sparked theories about cosmetic touch-ups.

The appearance of the award-winning actor unleashed a wave of speculation, with fans theorizing about everything from his supposedly finer hair to his fuller-than-normal facial features. While some comments explained the change with a weight gain, others theorized that perhaps certain cosmetic procedures they were the culprits.

This isn’t the first time cosmetic surgery rumors have overwhelmed a celebrity after a surprise appearance. A few months ago, Twitter was showered with memes when Ricky Martin He appeared wearing something different, rumors that he later refuted. The actor Zac Efron also faced similar rumors earlier in the year, which were disproved with his next public appearance where he looked as handsome as ever.

Fan theories about Tom Cruise’s face

Among the more alarming theories, some fans expressed concern over suspicion of poor health. Tom’s fuller face was cause for alarm to some netizens, who were concerned that he might be suffering from an illness. «Treatment with prednisone for something, possibly«A concerned fan tweeted.

Tom Cruise He surprised baseball fans this Sunday by appearing at a game with his son Connor.

Prednisone is a steroid treatment that can be prescribed for a variety of reasons, including arthritis, skin conditions, and asthma, to name a few. One of the side effects of the drug is the “moon face” or facial swelling. This was the explanation of some fans in Twitter.

Cruise could also be gearing up for a new role. It’s not uncommon for actors to make drastic changes to their physical appearance for their roles, which means this could all be the result of prep work for an upcoming project.

According to reports, Tom Hanks gained weight for her role in Cast Away, and Christian Bale lost weight for his role in The Machinist, so maybe this is just another example of a strong work ethic from Hollywood.

The most reasonable explanation is that Cruise is starting to look his age. Considering how often we see him jumping out of helicopters or battling baddies, it can be easy to forget that the actor is fast approaching 60 years.

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For many users in the networks, the gallant of Hollywood he looked very different during Sunday’s game. Although she spent the time smiling and taking selfies at the game she visited with her son, Connor, movie fans focused on his face when talking about his appearance. Unlike the jagged jaw he wears in his movies, the interpreter was seen with a somewhat swollen face.

The new appearance of
Tom Cruise sparked theories about cosmetic touch-ups.

The appearance of the award-winning actor unleashed a wave of speculation, with fans theorizing about everything from his supposedly finer hair to his fuller-than-normal facial features. While some comments explained the change with a weight gain, others theorized that perhaps certain cosmetic procedures they were the culprits.

This isn’t the first time cosmetic surgery rumors have overwhelmed a celebrity after a surprise appearance. A few months ago, Twitter was showered with memes when Ricky Martin He appeared wearing something different, rumors that he later refuted. The actor Zac Efron also faced similar rumors earlier in the year, which were disproved with his next public appearance where he looked as handsome as ever.

Fan theories about Tom Cruise’s face

Among the more alarming theories, some fans expressed concern over suspicion of poor health. Tom’s fuller face was cause for alarm to some netizens, who were concerned that he might be suffering from an illness. «Treatment with prednisone for something, possibly«A concerned fan tweeted.

Tom Cruise He surprised baseball fans this Sunday by appearing at a game with his son Connor.

Prednisone is a steroid treatment that can be prescribed for a variety of reasons, including arthritis, skin conditions, and asthma, to name a few. One of the side effects of the drug is the “moon face” or facial swelling. This was the explanation of some fans in Twitter.

Cruise could also be gearing up for a new role. It’s not uncommon for actors to make drastic changes to their physical appearance for their roles, which means this could all be the result of prep work for an upcoming project.

According to reports, Tom Hanks gained weight for her role in Cast Away, and Christian Bale lost weight for his role in The Machinist, so maybe this is just another example of a strong work ethic from Hollywood.

The most reasonable explanation is that Cruise is starting to look his age. Considering how often we see him jumping out of helicopters or battling baddies, it can be easy to forget that the actor is fast approaching 60 years.

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Did Tom Cruise have surgery on his face ?: fans speculate after his recent appearance

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candy man , from 1992, remains a favorite horror movie for being not only a sharp commentary on race, but also a terrifying movie. It was followed by two sequels that failed to live up to the original. However, it seems that the most recent, also called candyman, from director Nia DaCosta and producer and co-writer Jordan Peele, has managed to bring back the spirit of the 1992 film.

candy man by DaCosta also delves into debates about race that are as current now as they were in the 1990s. The 1990s, in particular, were a very experimental time for horror cinema, but quite a few of these films had no success, unlike candy man and Scream, for instance. Those 90s movies that were unsuccessful certainly have the potential to be revised and improved for the present day, as their themes and ideas could resonate with modern audiences.

9 A virus reboot could take longer than the original

Based on a short series by Dark Horse Comics, Virus stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Sutherland, who play the crew members of a tugboat whose ship is taken over by aliens willing to turn humans into their cybernetic slaves. The film failed to critics and the box office, and Curtis herself has stated that she hates it.

The premise is not so original, but the success of a reboot would lie in its execution. In the hands of a director like Dan Trachtenberg of 10 Cloverfield Lane, a reboot of Virus It could stand out as an unpredictable and inventive entry into the pantheon of great sci-fi horror movies.

8 The Urban Legend Could Have New Stories Up Its Sleeve

The Urban Legend 1998 centered on a college campus assaulted by a serial killer who models his murders after popular urban legends of the time, such as “Bloody Mary” and “The Hookman.”

Since the release of the original film, the advent of the internet has allowed people to create new urban legends in the form of creepypastas, one of the most famous creations being the Slender Man. A modernized reboot of the Urb Legend Ana could draw on numerous creepypastas and go even further with their horror.

7 Sometimes they come back could have a bigger impact

Sometimes They Come Back focuses on Jim Norman, who returns to his hometown to work as a history teacher at a high school. Years earlier, Jim and his older brother Wayne were accosted by a gang of “greasers” and Wayne was killed. The “greasers” were later killed in a train wreck. In the present, one of Jim’s students dies mysteriously and is replaced by one of the dead “greasers”, looking the same as years ago. As other students begin to die and more of the greasers take their place, Jim realizes that they have returned for revenge.

The 1991 film’s lower television budget prevents it from reaching its full potential, which would otherwise be a tight piece of psychological horror. With a much higher budget and a Hard-R rating, Sometimes They Come Back could delve into the relentless violence and psychological despair at its core.

6 The man with the lawnmower deserves a little attention

The lawnmower man From 1992, you see a mentally challenged gardener named Jobe Smith undergo virtual reality tests that soon increase his intelligence and grant him powers such as psychokinesis. Jobe’s increased powers soon cause him to lose control and he attempts to become a god within the world of virtual reality.

The film was not highly rated by critics, and its outstanding visuals have aged poorly. Like Virus, the scheme of The cutter mangrass has already been done before. Perhaps another director could bring a more gruesome and nuanced take on this story, especially with the use of the current, greatly improved visuals.

5 Leprechaun could return to the top with the right luck

The franchise Leprechaun began in 1993 and the films have earned a following for their sheer ridiculousness, anchored by Warwick Davis’ performance as the titular Leprechaun. Davis reprized the role for more than a decade until the much more serious reboot of 2014, Leprechaun: Origins, that failed to regain the same charm as the previous films.

Espiral: From the Book of Saw , director Darren Lynn Bousman has long wanted to give back to the franchise Leprechaun to his sillier roots, along with Davis reprising his iconic role. Hopefully Bousman gets the keys to the franchise.

4 necessary things could attract more customers like a TV series

Stephen King’s novel Needful Things already had a failed film adaptation in 1993, but to be fair, it would have been very difficult to make it work as a movie due to the time it took to focus on each of the characters.

If this dark humor story about greed in a small town had another adaptation, the best would be a limited series of several episodes. In this way, each character and each plot point would be properly developed and coherently merged rather than condensed into one film.

3 Prawns don’t have to be a laughingstock

The Langoliers follows a group of airline passengers who wake up mid-flight to find that they are the only ones still on board. They realize that their plane has entered a temporary rift that has led them to the past and must find a way to return to the present before being consumed by some hideous creatures referred to as “the Langoliers”.

The film suffers from having overstretched the plot and from underperforming effects for the Langolios themselves. A tight-paced feature film that makes some changes to the short story would be welcome, especially if those changes are really supported by the paranoia felt by the passengers and the Lovecraftian horror of the monsters.

2 A well done Wishmaster reboot would be a wish come true

Wishmaster It is about an ancient evil djinn who plans to summon his companions to enslave humanity. Meanwhile, he accumulates energy by granting the wishes of those he crosses paths with, but in a deliberately morbid way – for example, a woman who wishes to remain beautiful forever is turned into a mannequin – while the woman who accidentally freed him try to stop their tyranny.

The first film was greatly favored by some creative prosthetics from directors Robert Kurtzman and Greg Nicotero. The premise of an evil genie granting wishes in the worst possible way has limitless possibilities for some truly gruesome scenes, but we hope the new movie continues to rely more on prosthetics and practical effects than CGI.

1 Vampire in Brooklyn could also benefit from Jordan Peele’s vision

A Wes Craven and Eddie Murphy couple should have been a hit, but Vampire in Brooklyn, 1995, was a commercial and critical failure. That doesn’t mean there isn’t the potential to improve this story in some way, and Jordan Peele himself, from candy man, it would be very suitable to handle a remake of this movie.

Peele has shown, both in Get Outlike in Us , you can combine your comedy background with your knowledge of the elements of horror to create a haunting and tense atmosphere, but you know when and where to go for a fun time to relieve tension. Not only that, but it would be interesting to see Peele face a story starring vampires.

candy man , from 1992, remains a favorite horror movie for being not only a sharp commentary on race, but also a terrifying movie. It was followed by two sequels that failed to live up to the original. However, it seems that the most recent, also called candyman, from director Nia DaCosta and producer and co-writer Jordan Peele, has managed to bring back the spirit of the 1992 film.

candy man by DaCosta also delves into debates about race that are as current now as they were in the 1990s. The 1990s, in particular, were a very experimental time for horror cinema, but quite a few of these films had no success, unlike candy man and Scream, for instance. Those 90s movies that were unsuccessful certainly have the potential to be revised and improved for the present day, as their themes and ideas could resonate with modern audiences.

9 A virus reboot could take longer than the original

Based on a short series by Dark Horse Comics, Virus stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Sutherland, who play the crew members of a tugboat whose ship is taken over by aliens willing to turn humans into their cybernetic slaves. The film failed to critics and the box office, and Curtis herself has stated that she hates it.

The premise is not so original, but the success of a reboot would lie in its execution. In the hands of a director like Dan Trachtenberg of 10 Cloverfield Lane, a reboot of Virus It could stand out as an unpredictable and inventive entry into the pantheon of great sci-fi horror movies.

8 The Urban Legend Could Have New Stories Up Its Sleeve

The Urban Legend 1998 centered on a college campus assaulted by a serial killer who models his murders after popular urban legends of the time, such as “Bloody Mary” and “The Hookman.”

Since the release of the original film, the advent of the internet has allowed people to create new urban legends in the form of creepypastas, one of the most famous creations being the Slender Man. A modernized reboot of the Urb Legend Ana could draw on numerous creepypastas and go even further with their horror.

7 Sometimes they come back could have a bigger impact

Sometimes They Come Back focuses on Jim Norman, who returns to his hometown to work as a history teacher at a high school. Years earlier, Jim and his older brother Wayne were accosted by a gang of “greasers” and Wayne was killed. The “greasers” were later killed in a train wreck. In the present, one of Jim’s students dies mysteriously and is replaced by one of the dead “greasers”, looking the same as years ago. As other students begin to die and more of the greasers take their place, Jim realizes that they have returned for revenge.

The 1991 film’s lower television budget prevents it from reaching its full potential, which would otherwise be a tight piece of psychological horror. With a much higher budget and a Hard-R rating, Sometimes They Come Back could delve into the relentless violence and psychological despair at its core.

6 The man with the lawnmower deserves a little attention

The lawnmower man From 1992, you see a mentally challenged gardener named Jobe Smith undergo virtual reality tests that soon increase his intelligence and grant him powers such as psychokinesis. Jobe’s increased powers soon cause him to lose control and he attempts to become a god within the world of virtual reality.

The film was not highly rated by critics, and its outstanding visuals have aged poorly. Like Virus, the scheme of The cutter mangrass has already been done before. Perhaps another director could bring a more gruesome and nuanced take on this story, especially with the use of the current, greatly improved visuals.

5 Leprechaun could return to the top with the right luck

The franchise Leprechaun began in 1993 and the films have earned a following for their sheer ridiculousness, anchored by Warwick Davis’ performance as the titular Leprechaun. Davis reprized the role for more than a decade until the much more serious reboot of 2014, Leprechaun: Origins, that failed to regain the same charm as the previous films.

Espiral: From the Book of Saw , director Darren Lynn Bousman has long wanted to give back to the franchise Leprechaun to his sillier roots, along with Davis reprising his iconic role. Hopefully Bousman gets the keys to the franchise.

4 necessary things could attract more customers like a TV series

Stephen King’s novel Needful Things already had a failed film adaptation in 1993, but to be fair, it would have been very difficult to make it work as a movie due to the time it took to focus on each of the characters.

If this dark humor story about greed in a small town had another adaptation, the best would be a limited series of several episodes. In this way, each character and each plot point would be properly developed and coherently merged rather than condensed into one film.

3 Prawns don’t have to be a laughingstock

The Langoliers follows a group of airline passengers who wake up mid-flight to find that they are the only ones still on board. They realize that their plane has entered a temporary rift that has led them to the past and must find a way to return to the present before being consumed by some hideous creatures referred to as “the Langoliers”.

The film suffers from having overstretched the plot and from underperforming effects for the Langolios themselves. A tight-paced feature film that makes some changes to the short story would be welcome, especially if those changes are really supported by the paranoia felt by the passengers and the Lovecraftian horror of the monsters.

2 A well done Wishmaster reboot would be a wish come true

Wishmaster It is about an ancient evil djinn who plans to summon his companions to enslave humanity. Meanwhile, he accumulates energy by granting the wishes of those he crosses paths with, but in a deliberately morbid way – for example, a woman who wishes to remain beautiful forever is turned into a mannequin – while the woman who accidentally freed him try to stop their tyranny.

The first film was greatly favored by some creative prosthetics from directors Robert Kurtzman and Greg Nicotero. The premise of an evil genie granting wishes in the worst possible way has limitless possibilities for some truly gruesome scenes, but we hope the new movie continues to rely more on prosthetics and practical effects than CGI.

1 Vampire in Brooklyn could also benefit from Jordan Peele’s vision

A Wes Craven and Eddie Murphy couple should have been a hit, but Vampire in Brooklyn, 1995, was a commercial and critical failure. That doesn’t mean there isn’t the potential to improve this story in some way, and Jordan Peele himself, from candy man, it would be very suitable to handle a remake of this movie.

Peele has shown, both in Get Outlike in Us , you can combine your comedy background with your knowledge of the elements of horror to create a haunting and tense atmosphere, but you know when and where to go for a fun time to relieve tension. Not only that, but it would be interesting to see Peele face a story starring vampires.

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candy man , from 1992, remains a favorite horror movie for being not only a sharp commentary on race, but also a terrifying movie. It was followed by two sequels that failed to live up to the original. However, it seems that the most recent, also called candyman, from director Nia DaCosta and producer and co-writer Jordan Peele, has managed to bring back the spirit of the 1992 film.

candy man by DaCosta also delves into debates about race that are as current now as they were in the 1990s. The 1990s, in particular, were a very experimental time for horror cinema, but quite a few of these films had no success, unlike candy man and Scream, for instance. Those 90s movies that were unsuccessful certainly have the potential to be revised and improved for the present day, as their themes and ideas could resonate with modern audiences.

9 A virus reboot could take longer than the original

Based on a short series by Dark Horse Comics, Virus stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Sutherland, who play the crew members of a tugboat whose ship is taken over by aliens willing to turn humans into their cybernetic slaves. The film failed to critics and the box office, and Curtis herself has stated that she hates it.

The premise is not so original, but the success of a reboot would lie in its execution. In the hands of a director like Dan Trachtenberg of 10 Cloverfield Lane, a reboot of Virus It could stand out as an unpredictable and inventive entry into the pantheon of great sci-fi horror movies.

8 The Urban Legend Could Have New Stories Up Its Sleeve

The Urban Legend 1998 centered on a college campus assaulted by a serial killer who models his murders after popular urban legends of the time, such as “Bloody Mary” and “The Hookman.”

Since the release of the original film, the advent of the internet has allowed people to create new urban legends in the form of creepypastas, one of the most famous creations being the Slender Man. A modernized reboot of the Urb Legend Ana could draw on numerous creepypastas and go even further with their horror.

7 Sometimes they come back could have a bigger impact

Sometimes They Come Back focuses on Jim Norman, who returns to his hometown to work as a history teacher at a high school. Years earlier, Jim and his older brother Wayne were accosted by a gang of “greasers” and Wayne was killed. The “greasers” were later killed in a train wreck. In the present, one of Jim’s students dies mysteriously and is replaced by one of the dead “greasers”, looking the same as years ago. As other students begin to die and more of the greasers take their place, Jim realizes that they have returned for revenge.

The 1991 film’s lower television budget prevents it from reaching its full potential, which would otherwise be a tight piece of psychological horror. With a much higher budget and a Hard-R rating, Sometimes They Come Back could delve into the relentless violence and psychological despair at its core.

6 The man with the lawnmower deserves a little attention

The lawnmower man From 1992, you see a mentally challenged gardener named Jobe Smith undergo virtual reality tests that soon increase his intelligence and grant him powers such as psychokinesis. Jobe’s increased powers soon cause him to lose control and he attempts to become a god within the world of virtual reality.

The film was not highly rated by critics, and its outstanding visuals have aged poorly. Like Virus, the scheme of The cutter mangrass has already been done before. Perhaps another director could bring a more gruesome and nuanced take on this story, especially with the use of the current, greatly improved visuals.

5 Leprechaun could return to the top with the right luck

The franchise Leprechaun began in 1993 and the films have earned a following for their sheer ridiculousness, anchored by Warwick Davis’ performance as the titular Leprechaun. Davis reprized the role for more than a decade until the much more serious reboot of 2014, Leprechaun: Origins, that failed to regain the same charm as the previous films.

Espiral: From the Book of Saw , director Darren Lynn Bousman has long wanted to give back to the franchise Leprechaun to his sillier roots, along with Davis reprising his iconic role. Hopefully Bousman gets the keys to the franchise.

4 necessary things could attract more customers like a TV series

Stephen King’s novel Needful Things already had a failed film adaptation in 1993, but to be fair, it would have been very difficult to make it work as a movie due to the time it took to focus on each of the characters.

If this dark humor story about greed in a small town had another adaptation, the best would be a limited series of several episodes. In this way, each character and each plot point would be properly developed and coherently merged rather than condensed into one film.

3 Prawns don’t have to be a laughingstock

The Langoliers follows a group of airline passengers who wake up mid-flight to find that they are the only ones still on board. They realize that their plane has entered a temporary rift that has led them to the past and must find a way to return to the present before being consumed by some hideous creatures referred to as “the Langoliers”.

The film suffers from having overstretched the plot and from underperforming effects for the Langolios themselves. A tight-paced feature film that makes some changes to the short story would be welcome, especially if those changes are really supported by the paranoia felt by the passengers and the Lovecraftian horror of the monsters.

2 A well done Wishmaster reboot would be a wish come true

Wishmaster It is about an ancient evil djinn who plans to summon his companions to enslave humanity. Meanwhile, he accumulates energy by granting the wishes of those he crosses paths with, but in a deliberately morbid way – for example, a woman who wishes to remain beautiful forever is turned into a mannequin – while the woman who accidentally freed him try to stop their tyranny.

The first film was greatly favored by some creative prosthetics from directors Robert Kurtzman and Greg Nicotero. The premise of an evil genie granting wishes in the worst possible way has limitless possibilities for some truly gruesome scenes, but we hope the new movie continues to rely more on prosthetics and practical effects than CGI.

1 Vampire in Brooklyn could also benefit from Jordan Peele’s vision

A Wes Craven and Eddie Murphy couple should have been a hit, but Vampire in Brooklyn, 1995, was a commercial and critical failure. That doesn’t mean there isn’t the potential to improve this story in some way, and Jordan Peele himself, from candy man, it would be very suitable to handle a remake of this movie.

Peele has shown, both in Get Outlike in Us , you can combine your comedy background with your knowledge of the elements of horror to create a haunting and tense atmosphere, but you know when and where to go for a fun time to relieve tension. Not only that, but it would be interesting to see Peele face a story starring vampires.

candy man , from 1992, remains a favorite horror movie for being not only a sharp commentary on race, but also a terrifying movie. It was followed by two sequels that failed to live up to the original. However, it seems that the most recent, also called candyman, from director Nia DaCosta and producer and co-writer Jordan Peele, has managed to bring back the spirit of the 1992 film.

candy man by DaCosta also delves into debates about race that are as current now as they were in the 1990s. The 1990s, in particular, were a very experimental time for horror cinema, but quite a few of these films had no success, unlike candy man and Scream, for instance. Those 90s movies that were unsuccessful certainly have the potential to be revised and improved for the present day, as their themes and ideas could resonate with modern audiences.

9 A virus reboot could take longer than the original

Based on a short series by Dark Horse Comics, Virus stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Sutherland, who play the crew members of a tugboat whose ship is taken over by aliens willing to turn humans into their cybernetic slaves. The film failed to critics and the box office, and Curtis herself has stated that she hates it.

The premise is not so original, but the success of a reboot would lie in its execution. In the hands of a director like Dan Trachtenberg of 10 Cloverfield Lane, a reboot of Virus It could stand out as an unpredictable and inventive entry into the pantheon of great sci-fi horror movies.

8 The Urban Legend Could Have New Stories Up Its Sleeve

The Urban Legend 1998 centered on a college campus assaulted by a serial killer who models his murders after popular urban legends of the time, such as “Bloody Mary” and “The Hookman.”

Since the release of the original film, the advent of the internet has allowed people to create new urban legends in the form of creepypastas, one of the most famous creations being the Slender Man. A modernized reboot of the Urb Legend Ana could draw on numerous creepypastas and go even further with their horror.

7 Sometimes they come back could have a bigger impact

Sometimes They Come Back focuses on Jim Norman, who returns to his hometown to work as a history teacher at a high school. Years earlier, Jim and his older brother Wayne were accosted by a gang of “greasers” and Wayne was killed. The “greasers” were later killed in a train wreck. In the present, one of Jim’s students dies mysteriously and is replaced by one of the dead “greasers”, looking the same as years ago. As other students begin to die and more of the greasers take their place, Jim realizes that they have returned for revenge.

The 1991 film’s lower television budget prevents it from reaching its full potential, which would otherwise be a tight piece of psychological horror. With a much higher budget and a Hard-R rating, Sometimes They Come Back could delve into the relentless violence and psychological despair at its core.

6 The man with the lawnmower deserves a little attention

The lawnmower man From 1992, you see a mentally challenged gardener named Jobe Smith undergo virtual reality tests that soon increase his intelligence and grant him powers such as psychokinesis. Jobe’s increased powers soon cause him to lose control and he attempts to become a god within the world of virtual reality.

The film was not highly rated by critics, and its outstanding visuals have aged poorly. Like Virus, the scheme of The cutter mangrass has already been done before. Perhaps another director could bring a more gruesome and nuanced take on this story, especially with the use of the current, greatly improved visuals.

5 Leprechaun could return to the top with the right luck

The franchise Leprechaun began in 1993 and the films have earned a following for their sheer ridiculousness, anchored by Warwick Davis’ performance as the titular Leprechaun. Davis reprized the role for more than a decade until the much more serious reboot of 2014, Leprechaun: Origins, that failed to regain the same charm as the previous films.

Espiral: From the Book of Saw , director Darren Lynn Bousman has long wanted to give back to the franchise Leprechaun to his sillier roots, along with Davis reprising his iconic role. Hopefully Bousman gets the keys to the franchise.

4 necessary things could attract more customers like a TV series

Stephen King’s novel Needful Things already had a failed film adaptation in 1993, but to be fair, it would have been very difficult to make it work as a movie due to the time it took to focus on each of the characters.

If this dark humor story about greed in a small town had another adaptation, the best would be a limited series of several episodes. In this way, each character and each plot point would be properly developed and coherently merged rather than condensed into one film.

3 Prawns don’t have to be a laughingstock

The Langoliers follows a group of airline passengers who wake up mid-flight to find that they are the only ones still on board. They realize that their plane has entered a temporary rift that has led them to the past and must find a way to return to the present before being consumed by some hideous creatures referred to as “the Langoliers”.

The film suffers from having overstretched the plot and from underperforming effects for the Langolios themselves. A tight-paced feature film that makes some changes to the short story would be welcome, especially if those changes are really supported by the paranoia felt by the passengers and the Lovecraftian horror of the monsters.

2 A well done Wishmaster reboot would be a wish come true

Wishmaster It is about an ancient evil djinn who plans to summon his companions to enslave humanity. Meanwhile, he accumulates energy by granting the wishes of those he crosses paths with, but in a deliberately morbid way – for example, a woman who wishes to remain beautiful forever is turned into a mannequin – while the woman who accidentally freed him try to stop their tyranny.

The first film was greatly favored by some creative prosthetics from directors Robert Kurtzman and Greg Nicotero. The premise of an evil genie granting wishes in the worst possible way has limitless possibilities for some truly gruesome scenes, but we hope the new movie continues to rely more on prosthetics and practical effects than CGI.

1 Vampire in Brooklyn could also benefit from Jordan Peele’s vision

A Wes Craven and Eddie Murphy couple should have been a hit, but Vampire in Brooklyn, 1995, was a commercial and critical failure. That doesn’t mean there isn’t the potential to improve this story in some way, and Jordan Peele himself, from candy man, it would be very suitable to handle a remake of this movie.

Peele has shown, both in Get Outlike in Us , you can combine your comedy background with your knowledge of the elements of horror to create a haunting and tense atmosphere, but you know when and where to go for a fun time to relieve tension. Not only that, but it would be interesting to see Peele face a story starring vampires.

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The Aston Martin DB5 is one of the most popular cars in the 007 franchise.

Foto:
Thierry Chesnot / Getty Images

The latest edition of James Bond, No Time to Die, is full of action scenes with a good number of iconic cars and that is precisely why we will dedicate ourselves here to describe some of the most outstanding models of the franchise. In addition, we will include data from the Motor Authority experts so that you know all the automotive details of this action film, much more below:

1- Aston Martin DB5

The Aston Martin DB5 can reach up to 282 horsepower. / Photo: Courtesy of Ronald Dumont – Daily Express – Hulton Archive for Getty Images.

The Aston Martin DB5 is one of the most used models within the 007 agent franchise, and it is that about 10 editions of this vehicle were used in No Time to Die (of which 8 were legitimate and another 2 were replicas). According to data from the Motor Authority.

On the other hand, the Aston Martin DB5 has a rear-wheel drive that is powered by a V6 type engine that allows you to have a 5-speed manual transmission that can reach up to 282 horsepower. In addition, its cabin has space for 2 passengers.

2- Land Rover Series III

Land Rover series III
The Land Rover Series III traction is AWD type. / Photo: Courtesy of Ben-Stansall-WPA Pool for Getty Images.

The Land Rover Series III is another of the vehicles with the most time on camera during the filming of this action movie, and it is that this vehicle can be maneuvered in 4 automatic speeds that are powered by a V6 type engine that can reach a top speed of 71 miles per hour. Plus, your tank can hold up to 19.3 gallons.

3- Jaguar XF 2021

Jaguar XF
The Jaguar XF is one of the most modern cars in the movie. / Photo: Courtesy of Bryan Mitchell for Getty Images.

The Jaguar XF 2021 got a good part of the chase scenes, and this sports car can be maneuvered in 8 automatic speeds what are powered by a V4 type engine that can reach up to 296 horsepower. Your tank holds up to 19.5 gallons, and its cabin has space for 5 passengers.

4- Toyota Supra

Toyota Supra
The Toyota Supra can reach up to 382 horsepower. / Photo: Courtesy of Timothy A. Clary – AFP for Getty Images.

Last, but definitely not least, is the second vehicle with the most appearances in quick cutscenes: the Toyota Supra. This Japanese vehicle stands out for being able to be maneuvered in 8 automatic speeds that are powered by a V6 type engine that can reach up to 382 horsepower. Its fuel economy allows it to cycle between 22 and 30 miles per gallon of gasoline in its tank that can hold up to 13.7 gallons, and its cabin has space for 2 passengers.

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The Aston Martin DB5 is one of the most popular cars in the 007 franchise.

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The latest edition of James Bond, No Time to Die, is full of action scenes with a good number of iconic cars and that is precisely why we will dedicate ourselves here to describe some of the most outstanding models of the franchise. In addition, we will include data from the Motor Authority experts so that you know all the automotive details of this action film, much more below:

1- Aston Martin DB5

The Aston Martin DB5 can reach up to 282 horsepower. / Photo: Courtesy of Ronald Dumont – Daily Express – Hulton Archive for Getty Images.

The Aston Martin DB5 is one of the most used models within the 007 agent franchise, and it is that about 10 editions of this vehicle were used in No Time to Die (of which 8 were legitimate and another 2 were replicas). According to data from the Motor Authority.

On the other hand, the Aston Martin DB5 has a rear-wheel drive that is powered by a V6 type engine that allows you to have a 5-speed manual transmission that can reach up to 282 horsepower. In addition, its cabin has space for 2 passengers.

2- Land Rover Series III

Land Rover series III
The Land Rover Series III traction is AWD type. / Photo: Courtesy of Ben-Stansall-WPA Pool for Getty Images.

The Land Rover Series III is another of the vehicles with the most time on camera during the filming of this action movie, and it is that this vehicle can be maneuvered in 4 automatic speeds that are powered by a V6 type engine that can reach a top speed of 71 miles per hour. Plus, your tank can hold up to 19.3 gallons.

3- Jaguar XF 2021

Jaguar XF
The Jaguar XF is one of the most modern cars in the movie. / Photo: Courtesy of Bryan Mitchell for Getty Images.

The Jaguar XF 2021 got a good part of the chase scenes, and this sports car can be maneuvered in 8 automatic speeds what are powered by a V4 type engine that can reach up to 296 horsepower. Your tank holds up to 19.5 gallons, and its cabin has space for 5 passengers.

4- Toyota Supra

Toyota Supra
The Toyota Supra can reach up to 382 horsepower. / Photo: Courtesy of Timothy A. Clary – AFP for Getty Images.

Last, but definitely not least, is the second vehicle with the most appearances in quick cutscenes: the Toyota Supra. This Japanese vehicle stands out for being able to be maneuvered in 8 automatic speeds that are powered by a V6 type engine that can reach up to 382 horsepower. Its fuel economy allows it to cycle between 22 and 30 miles per gallon of gasoline in its tank that can hold up to 13.7 gallons, and its cabin has space for 2 passengers.

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