While it’s never really made clear in the movies he’s appeared in, Spider-man possess is easily strong enough to kill a person with a single punch thanks to the whole “proportional powers of a spider thing“. Which is presumably why in the animated Spider-man series from the 90’s, the web slinger wasn’t allowed to punch anyone.
During the filming of Predator the principle cast spent more time in the gym than the entirety of your Facebook friends list did in the first week of January combined. Weirdly, none of the actors working on the film realised this because they all worked out in secret.
Chances are, given the demographics of this website, you know Raul Julia from one of two roles, Gomez in The Addams Family or M. Bison in the Street Fighter movie. For critics the latter role seemed like a poor end to the actor’s career, a sentiment Julia would have scoffed at because Julia didn’t take the role for critics or even fans, he took it for his kids.
Thanks to now legendary skit by Dave Chappelle when most people think of Prince they think of a man in crushed velvet suit dunking on Eddie Murphy’s brother. An admittedly private person, Prince only ever directly addressed the skit a handful of time throughout his life. Luckily for us, when he did it was fucking hilarious.
Before Bryan Cranston was Breaking all that Bad and spending a disappointingly short amount of time punching the shit out of Godzilla, he was Hal Wilkerson from Malcolm in the Middle. During his tenure on show, Cranston earned the respect of all of the show’s writers for his near-superhuman inability to give what us Earth folk know simply as “fucks”.