Who wrote the music for Wyatt Earp?
Who did the music for The Sixth Sense?
Who sang the song at the end of the Hunger Games?
Lorde’s new song, “Yellow Flicker Beat,” plays over the credits of America’s current number-one movie, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1. And in performing it, the New Zealand-born singer stole the show at the American Music Awards, prompting a front-row freakout from her friend Taylor Swift.
Who is the tourist saints and sinners?
The “Tourist” is the protagonist in The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners. An outsider of New Orleans, he/she is one of the few survivors who initially has no allegiance to the Tower, the Reclaimed, or the Exiles.
Was Frank actually Alexander Pierce?
He asks her if she loves both him and Alexander Pearce. Elise answers yes. To spare her from this dilemma, Frank demonstrates that he is the real Alexander Pearce by entering the correct code for the safe. Pearce had gotten plastic surgery, so he could have a new life.
Which Wyatt Earp movie is most historically accurate?
Logically, 1946’s My Darling Clementine should be the most accurate telling of the Gunfight Behind the O.K. Corral, since Wyatt Earp shared his memories with friend and director John Ford. For entertainment value, it may be the best film on the subject, but it ain’t history.