Games of Thrones might have officially came to an end nearly a year ago, but that hasn’t stopped fans and spectators from talking about the show. In fact, the show might be more talked about now than when it was originally on the air. There is simply no getting around the fact that the show created some of the most iconic and prolific characters that the world will ever know and remember. The only problem is that these characters have never gambled. Sure, you see them in the bars engaged in drinking and women, but where are the gambling scenes? There simply aren’t any, but what if there were? Which characters would be at the top of their games, and which characters would be left with nothing?
The semi-autobiographical film, Go Back to China, follows Sasha Li, a spoiled rich girl (played by YouTube star Anna Akana) who after blowing through most of her trust fund, is forced by her father to go back to China and work for the family toy business.
Go Back To China will premiere in select theaters and VOD on March 6th.
Hulu’s Little Fires Everyhere entwines the picture peferct Richardson Family in a story with weight, exploring their secrets, and learning that following rules might actually avert disaster/
Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington arrive to to reacquant thmselves with the town and dcide that following the rules might be dangerous.
Littile Fires Everywhere is coming this summer.
The new trailer for Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen confirms that Ritchie is back in form with a crime/comedy film whose cast is having a great time.
The Gentlemen opens on January 4th.
You don’t have to be big into the casino scene to enjoy the movie Casino. Heck, you don’t even have to be a De’Niro fan. With this movie, it doesn’t really matter because it has a little something to offer everyone. And, this is exactly why Hollywood loves gangsters. Gangsters are not only gritty and down to earth, but they make filmmakers a lot of money. A lot of this has to do with just how interesting their stories are. Take Casino for instance. The only problem with these scenarios is that things get lost and skewed along the way. This is why this article is going to bring you the full truth about the movie and the true story behind it.
An agoraphobic child psychologist befriends a neighbor across the street from her New York City brownstone, and sees her own life turned upside down when the woman disappears and she suspects foul play.
Directed by Joe Wright and starring Amy Adams, The Woman in the window will be in theaters May 15th.
Find out how the Top Gun: Maverick aviation scenes were filmed in this new featurette from Paramount Pictures.
Top Gun: Maverick will be in theaters in June.
In 1917 two young British soldiers, Schofield and Blake are given a seemingly impossible mission – crossing enemy lines to deliver a warning to a company headed into an ambush.
1917 opens in select theaters on Christmas Day; moving into wide release on January 10th.
As much as I’ve become tired of the trailer-for-the-trailer idea, December has now presented two that really worked for me – Bond 25, which took a frenetic bit of action approach and A Quiet Place II, which goes in exactly the opposite direction for a dazzling bit of gentle creepiness.
A Quiet Place II is set for March 20th. The first full-length trailer premieres on New Year’s Day.
Despite all the assurances that a third Bill & Ted adventure was in the offing – even after news that the film was in production – the tiniest bit of doubt had to remain in the hearts of Bill & Ted fans after so very, very long.
Well, as you can see (above and below) three triumphant photos for Bill & Ted Face the Music have emerged from Orion Pictures. (Can a trailer be far behind?)
Bill & Ted Face the Music will be theaters on August 21st!
Two suburban teenage elf brothers Ian and Barley have somehow conjured half of their missing father – but it’s the wrong half!
Now they’re on a quest to fully restore their father.
Disney•Pixar’s Onward opens on March 5th. The new trailer and character posters follow.