Tonight on Lifetime their hit series Marrying Millions premiere with an all-new Wednesday, September 16, 2020 episode and we have your Marrying Millions recap below. On tonight’s Marrying Millions season 2 episode 7 called, “An Indecent Proposal,” as per the Lifetime synopsis, “After a rocky dinner with Reese’s family, Nonie makes a big decision about their relationship.
Things don’t go according to plan when Kattie sets up a double date with Kevin and her best friend Natalie. Rick tells his friends about his plans to propose to Erica. Bill’s biggest fear comes true when Sharon moves in with him and Bri.”
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Reese is having a meal with his mom, sisters, and Nonie. They get up and leave after what Nonie declares is a disaster. Reese thinks it acts went well for his family. Nonie feels like she was attacked. Reese tells her his family will come around.
Erica’s mom comes to visit her on Rick’s boat. Erica shows her around. After they talk about her trip to Illinois. Rick shows up. Erica’s mom seems disgusted when Rick kisses Erica hello. He puts SPF on her. Erica’s mom is even more annoyed. She doesn’t want her daughter to date such an older man.
Bri arrives to see Bill at work. She brings him lunch. Bri tells him her mom is living in a dangerous place following a stabbing near her home. Bri wants her mom to move in for a bit. He finally gives in. He isn’t happy but agrees.
Kattie is happy with Kevin since he has been trying to do better in their relationship. She arrives to meet her for their double date with her friend Natalie and her boyfriend Spencer. Kevin is not dressed and on his computer. She gets annoyed.
Nonie meets with her friend Devra to vent about her recent dinner with Reese and his family. After she vents, Devra tells Nonie she needs to be careful, especially with money. Nonie doesn’t want to hear this and tells her friend she is in love.
Bri’s mom arrives to move in. Bri’s mom thinks the house is too big. She isn’t used to it. After she looks around the house she sees Bill and Bri’s room with the stripper pole. Bri explains that his ex put the pole in and she thinks it is trashy.
Rick visits his two friends to shoot pool and talk. He tells his buddies he is going to propose to Erica. They think he is crazy. His friend David tells him she only wants his money. Rick tells them he loves her, hasn’t thought about a prenup, and cannot take the money with him when he dies.
Bill gets very annoyed when Bri’s mother’s dog poops on his Persian rug. She cleans it reluctantly and doesn’t care about how much money the rug cost. Bill notices she is wearing his robe. She doesn’t care about that either. He is annoyed because he didn’t agree the dogs could move in too.
Nonie stops by the skate park to talk to Reese. She tells him she doesn’t care what everybody thinks. She wants to move on with their relationship and thinks he should move in with her. Reese looks nervous and tells her he has to think about it. He has had enough of the drama with his family and doesn’t know what they are going to say.
Kevin and Kattie meet up with Natalie and Spencer. At dinner after it comes out that Kevin didn’t visit with Kattie and her family, didn’t loan her money, and didn’t buy her a Christmas gift, Natalie calls him out. Kevin tells Natalie he doesn’t have to prove anything. She thinks he does. The dinner turns very awkward.
Rick takes Erica out on a boat ride with champagne. He tells her how much he loves her. He gets down on one knee and proposes. She says yes. After, he admits he didn’t tell her dad. She gets upset.
Henry Cavill Finds Playing Superman & Geralt More Stressful Than Sherlock
Henry Cavill is no stranger to playing iconic characters, but it turns out he found one to be less stressful than the others: Sherlock Holmes.
Henry Cavill finds playing Sherlock Holmes to be much less stressful than Superman or Geralt of Rivia. Cavill rose to fame when he was cast as the DCEU’s Superman for 2013’s Man of Steel. Though the film was met with a mixed response, fans grew to appreciate Cavill’s performance as Clark Kent over the course of additional films like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League. Since then, though, Cavill’s DCEU future has remained a large question mark. Luckily, the actor found another memorable role to take on in the meantime, portraying monster hunter Geralt for Netflix’s The Witcher.
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Cavill’s newest role just so happens to be as well-known as Superman himself: Sherlock Holmes. For Netflix’s Enola Holmes, Cavill is the latest actor to play the iconic detective, though the film is actually centered on his brilliant younger sister (Millie Bobby Brown). As this Sherlock is a bit different than ones that came before, there’s actually been some controversy over him; the estate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has sued Netflix for depicting a more emotional Sherlock. Nevertheless, fans were both surprised and excited to see Cavill become Sherlock for Enola Holmes.
Cavill recently spoke about his experience playing Sherlock with Collider and dug into the pressure that comes with portraying such iconic figures like him, Superman, and Geralt. Interestingly, Sherlock was the character he felt the least amount of pressure for, and that is due to his attachment to the source material, not the external pressure. “It’s more about me –certainly with Superman and The Witcher – those are characters I grew up with and I love and I really, really want to represent in the most source-accurate way possible. That for me was a massive thing and still is a massive thing,” Cavill explained. However, when it came to Sherlock, “I wasn’t reading the books of Sherlock Holmes necessarily.”
Cavill went on to explain how he’s often the one on set to question everything based on his knowledge of the source material. Since he was less familiar with Sherlock, though, he managed to sidestep that. “I managed to absolve myself of this duty which I put on myself which is being a law loyalist; it’s always about the details,” Cavill said. Those who have watched Enola Holmes might agree that Cavill’s Sherlock is far different than past iterations, and that’s actually a remarkable thing. After all, Sherlock has been portrayed more times onscreen than any other literary character, so providing a different spin on him is an impressive creative risk.
If fans and Cavill have their way, he could end up taking on another iconic role: James Bond. Cavill was previously in contention for the role, but it ended up going to Daniel Craig. However, with Craig vacating the role, it’s a mystery as to who will fill his shoes. Cavill is a popular pick, and he himself has voiced interest in it. His Superman future is still unclear, and Cavill won’t comment on it. However, between The Witcher and a possible Enola Holmes 2, Cavill might already have his hands full. Only time will tell what major role he’ll take next.
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Chris Rock Reflects on Original ‘Tower Heist’ Pitch: Robbing a Hans Gruber-Like Donald Trump
Eddie Murphy’s original pitch to rob Trump Tower was very different before it became a movie with “a bunch of white people,” Rock says.
Before Alan Alda was cast to play the Ponzi-scheming bad guy in the 2011 caper comedy “Tower Heist,” the film was set to a have a more recognizable real-life villain. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter for a recent profile, Chris Rock recalled that Eddie Murphy’s original pitch was for a movie about a gang that robs a villainous Donald Trump.
Rock said he was in producer Brian Grazer’s office when Murphy pitched the movie — a kind of Black “Ocean’s Eleven,” starring Rock, Dave Chapelle, and Chris Tucker as a gang that robs Trump Tower. Trump would be the bad guy, “Like Alan Rickman in ‘Die Hard,’” Rock told THR.
The movie morphed during development into what we know today, “Tower Heist,” the more middle-of-the-road movie with a great cast of, as Rock puts it, “a bunch of white people.”
Directed by Brett Ratner, the film follows employees of a luxury apartment building who, after being fleeced out of their retirement funds by a scheming Alda, plot to rob him of $20 million. Ben Stiller, Casey Affleck, and Michael Peña play the employees, and Murphy plays the criminal they hire to help pull off the heist.
THR reported back in 2017, about six months into Trump’s presidency, that Ratner regrets moving away from the Trump storyline. “In retrospect, it would have been a bigger hit if it had been called ‘Trump Heist,’” he said.
While Trump’s long love of appearing on film and TV is well documented (“Zoolander,” “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York,” “Sex and the City”), many of those roles could be described as shrewd playboy billionaire rather than the villain that Murphy envisioned. Though Trump has previously described his tax avoidance as “smart,” it’s unlikely he would have agreed to appear in a movie where he steals his employees’ retirement money.
While his name or likeness didn’t make it into the final film, Trump did participate in the production of “Tower Heist.” THR reported that the movie’s press notes boasted about how Trump International Hotel & Tower and Trump Tower were both used as filming locations.
“With the cooperation of Donald Trump, who allowed the production access to several of his high-end properties, the filmmakers were able to incorporate true luxury locales in the film. … The real-estate mogul made a point of visiting the set during a break from taping his television series, ‘The Celebrity Apprentice,’ several floors up to see how Ratner and the cast were faring,” the production notes said.
What’s Coming to Amazon in October 2020
Amazon is preparing for a fright-filled October with plenty of horror flicks and some spooky new series arriving on the streaming platform.
Along with introducing the new comedy Truth Seekers from Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, which follows a crew of ghost hunters across the UK, Prime Video is also unveiling several new Blumhouse features, such as The Lie, Black Box, Nocturne, and Evil Eye.
If horror isn’t your thing, have no fear because there are plenty of other options including lighthearted classics like Funny Girl and The Wedding Planner and more serious fare like Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-winning The Departed.
Below, get the full lineup of what’s coming to Amazon this month.
Available for Streaming on Prime Video:
Sons of the Soil – Amazon Original Series: Season 1
30 Days Of Night (2007)
A Knight’s Tale (2001)
Battlefield Earth (2000)
Blood Ties (2014)
Drugstore Cowboy (1989)
Eight Millimeter (1999)
Funny Girl (1968)
Girl, Interrupted (1999)
Guess Who (2005)
John Carpenter’s Vampires (1998)
Kindred Spirits (2020)
La Sucursal (2019)
Madea’s Big Happy Family (2011)
National Security (2003)
Next Level (2019)
Noose For A Gunman (1960)
Quantum Of Solace (2008)
Raging Bull (1980)
Señorita Justice (2004)
Southside With You (2016)
Thanks For Sharing (2013)
The Big Hit (1998)
The Da Vinci Code (2006)
The Departed (2006)
The Gambler Wore A Gun (1961)
The Grudge 3 (2009)
The Mask Of Zorro (1998)
The Mothman Prophecies (2002)
The Pianist (2003)
The Wedding Planner (2001)
Triumph Of The Spirit (1989)
1992: Berlusconi Rising: Season 1 (Topic)
40 & Single: Season 1 (Urban Movie Channel)
America’s Great Divide: From Obama to Trump: Season 1 (PBS Documentaries)
Cisco Kid: Season (Best Westerns Ever)
Cities of the Underworld: Season 1 (HISTORY Vault)
Cold Case Files Classic: Season 1 (A&E Crime Central)
Get Shorty: Seasons 1-3
Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror (Shudder)
Liar: Season 1 (Sundance Now)
Mrs. Wilson: Season 1 (PBS Masterpiece)
Mystery Road: Season 1 (Acorn TV)
PBS Kids: Spooky Stories!: Season 1 (PBS Kids)
Tales of Tomorrow: Season 1 (Best TV Ever)
The Great British Baking Show: Season 1 (PBS Living)
The Loudest Voice: Season 1 (Showtime)
Thou Shalt Not Kill: Season 1 (PBS Masterpiece)
Bug Diaries Halloween Special – Amazon Original Special
Savage X Fenty Show. Vol. 2 – Amazon Original Special
Black Box – Amazon Original Movie (2020)
The Lie – Amazon Original Movie (2020)
The Transporter Refueled (2015)
Mr. Robot: Season 4
Terminator: Dark Fate (2019)
Chasing the Crown: Dreamers to Streamers – Amazon Original Series
Jack And Jill (2011)
Evil Eye – Amazon Original Movie (2020)
Nocturne – Amazon Original Movie (2020)
A Most Beautiful Thing (2020)
Halal Love Story (2020)
Playing With Fire (2019)
Time – Amazon Original Movie (2020)
What the Constitution Means to Me – Amazon Original Special
Cyrano, My Love (2019)
Mirzapur – Amazon Original Series: Season 2
What To Expect When You’re Expecting (2012)
Battle Los Angeles (2011)
Soorarai Pottru (2020)
Truth Seekers – Amazon Original Series: Season 1
I’ll See You In My Dreams (2015)
Available for Rental or Purchase This Month on Prime Video:
12 Hour Shift (2020)
Happy Halloween, Scooby-Doo! (2020)
The Doorman (2020)
Ben 10 vs The Universe: The Movie (2020)
Batman: Death in the Family (2020)
Love and Monsters (2020)
The Personal History of David Copperfield (2019)
The Craft (2020)
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