Given his towering, muscular frame and presumed ability to crush a man’s head with bare hands, you’d assume that it’d be fairly difficult to coerce Terry Crews to do, well, anything he didn’t want to do. Which didn’t stop a pair of writers from tricking Crews into playing a character on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
The Alien, or Xenomorph for those of you who think that name sounds cooler (which it does), is a fictional creature that has appeared in countless forms of media. As such, much about the Alien has been revealed outside of the many movies in which it has appeared, like the fact it has the ability to read your mind.
There are few fictional creatures as effective at wrecking your shit as the Alien from, well, Alien. Or at least that’s what Sigourney Weaver believes considering she has made it known that she’ll never watch a movie where the Alien loses. You know, even though it kept trying to kill her in all the movies they were both in.
At its core, Star Trek is an optimistic look at the future, an idealistic view of what humanity could achieve if it got its shit together. An important facet of which, at least according to producers of the original show, is that nobody in the future will need pockets.
If there’s one thing everyone knows about Bruce Lee, it’s that he was pretty good at martial arts. A fact that would make you assume he would have been a shoo-in for any role he auditioned for requiring the ability to punch a man’s head off. As it so happens, that wasn’t really the case given the famed martial artist once lost out on a role requiring that exact skill set, to a dancer.