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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Jumanji Star Karen Gillan Responds To Controversy : wegotthiscovered





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Jumanji Star Karen Gillan Responds To Controversy

Jumanji Star Karen Gillan Responds To Controversy
Jumanji Star Karen Gillan Responds To Controversy
Calling a wrap on the first day of shooting in Honolulu, Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram in the early hours of yesterday morning – as he often tends to do – to unveil the core cast of Sony and Jake Kasdan's Jumanji sequel.Marooned in a jungle without a board game in sight, the picture introduced us to Johnson's musclebound Dr. Bravestone/Spencer, Professor Shelly Oberon (Jack Black), Moose Finbar (Kevin Hart) and finally, Ruby Roundhouse (Karen Gillan).If those names sound entirely made up, it's because they likely are (more on that later), but the one big takeaway that sparked conversation online was that of Gillan's outfit – or lack thereof.
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as well gizmodo

Karen Gillan Promises There's a Reason Her Jumanji Character Is Dressed Like That

Karen Gillan Promises There's a Reason Her Jumanji Character Is Dressed Like That
Karen Gillan Promises There's a Reason Her Jumanji Character Is Dressed Like That
After the first real image from Jumanji was released yesterday, we were understandably a bit confused by the various outfits on display.And, in the case of Karen Gillan's half an outfit, a little bit nervous.Today, Gillan herself gives a clue as to why her character's clothes are so small.
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not to mention elleuk

Why Does Karen Gillan Need To Be Half Naked In Jumanji Remake?

Why Does Karen Gillan Need To Be Half Naked In Jumanji Remake?
Why Does Karen Gillan Need To Be Half Naked In Jumanji Remake?
Last month, Dwayne Johnson (aka The Rock) and comedian Kevin Hart announced their excitement at the news Karen Gillan was joining them as a female lead for the new Jumanji remake and we, for one, were overjoyed.'Yay, here are two male actors championing and supporting female leads and equal opportunities in Hollywood,' we thought.But three weeks later, the creators of Jumanji have just gone and rained, nay downpoured, on our parade.
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