Made in Hollywood Show Explores Captain America Civil War, A Bigger Splash

Made in Hollywood host Patrick Stinson
Made in Hollywood host Patrick Stinson

Made in Hollywood TV Show Covers Captain America Civil War, A Bigger Splash, Joy DVD

A very loud superhero movie and a quirky film about a voiceless rock star get the behind-the-screen treatment on this weekend’s Made in Hollywood TV show.

“Captain America: Civil War” pits Chris Evans‘ red-white-and-blue boy against Robert Downey Jr.‘s Iron Man, and the rest of the Avengers have to choose sides in his epic Marvel adventure returning Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow and Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch and introducing Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther and Tom Holland as the new, younger Spider-Man.

“It’s great. It’s exciting to see it come to fruition,” Evans tells Made in Hollywood reporter Kylie Erica Mar. “It was so nice to kind of see it happening, all these superheroes not fighting faceless hydra soldiers or CGI aliens. We’re fighting each other.”

Tilda Swinton Talks to Made in Hollywood About Playing a Rock Star Who Loses Her Voice in A Bigger Splash

Things quiet down considerably in “A Bigger Splash,” in which a David Bowie-esque rock star played by Tilda Swinton gets an unexpected visit from old flame Ralph Fiennes and his seductive daughter Dakota Johnson while vacationing on a Sicilian island.

Swinton’s character has recently undergone vocal surgery and isn’t allowed to speak — and neither is the actress throughout the film.

“I loved the challenge of it,” Swinton told Made in Hollywood reporter Julie Harkness Arnold. “It was something I was very keen to do. I just thought it would be more interesting — or at least interesting to see. I had to ramp up the tension if she couldn’t talk at all.”

DVD Release of Joy with Jennifer Lawrence Highlighted on Made in Hollywood TV Show

Made in Hollywood also highlights the DVD release of “Joy,” starring Jennifer Lawrence as the real-life Joy Mangano, a struggling single mother who hits it big as an entrepreneur who invented a new kind of mop.

“The one thing I was honed in on, I guess, was her energy and her personality,” Lawrence tells Made in Hollywood. “Meeting Joy put into context this quiet strength about her that is a wonderful mother, that’s very maternal, that values family above everything else.”

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