Princess Bride's Cary Elwes Encourages Mask Wearing With Iconic Movie Line
The Princess Bride actor Cary Elwes encourages mask-wearing using an iconic line from the movie. The actor starred as Westley, the farm boy, in the classic 1987 fantasy adventure film by Rob Reiner. Elwes is one of many actors to use social media to encourage fans to wear masks and practice social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. Related: Princess Bride Almost Cast Danny DeVito As Vizzini: Why It Didn't Happen In a tweet, Elwes added his own twist on a memorable line from The Princess Bride to encourage people to wear masks. Though the line was spoken by Mandy Patinkin's Inigo Montoya in the film, the tweet immediately gained traction. One user said the tweet was fear-mongering, to which Elwes replied, "Hopefully.More...
Read Full Story at ScreenRant
Hey, don't leave without the comment!
Something about us
MovieNewsroom is a fancy RSS aggregator website which provides access to all meaningful information about Film Industry fetched by RSS channels only from the best Movie websites within the Internet such as ScreenRant, MovieWeb or CinemaBlend (and more). You can read small portion of articles that are propagated by RSS and decide if you want to read whole thing and if so, you will be redirected to the article source website. We present all news in desktop and mobile friendly way - very often we do it better and more transparently than websites from those news are gathered. Every 15 minutes our crawlers are working hard to deliver the very best Movie News on the web. If you like our site bookmark us (click CTRL+D) - you will be missing nothing from now on. Enjoy your stay!