Atlantic Records and Netflix have teamed up to bring the newest music video from Bright: The Album into homes this Thanksgiving Day. Home, by the incomparable trio of Machine Gun Kelly, X Ambassadors & Bebe Rexha, is now a heart-warming video directed by acclaimed Bright director David Ayer (Fury, Suicide Squad, End of Watch, Training Day). The official video for “Home” makes its debut today on Netflix as part of the anthology Bright: The Music Videos.
In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of isolation. Elisa’s life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover a secret classified experiment.
The final red band trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water premiered today during a Facebook chat in which del Toro answered fans’ questions.
Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water will be in theaters beginning on December 8th.
My main issue with the other two Thor movies were how cheap both of them looked. That’s not the case with Thor: Ragnarok. Director Taika Waititi delivers a fast paced, quip filled movie that has a rainbow of cotton candy colors and riotous set design work that still left me feeling a bit let down. It’s perfectly innocuous entertainment that’s worth watching once and enjoying. However, you’ll most likely forget about it after you leave the theater.
Take a quick look at the phot above. Is there anyone you recognize The better question might be, is there anyone you don’t recognize?
Walt Disney Studios has announced the cast for Jon Favreau’s live-action take on The Lion King – and there are just a few names that will ring a few bells (or, in this case, roar). Frankly the only three who aren’t stars (yet) are the kids playing Young Simba and Young Nala and young woman playing Shenzi. Expect that to change shortly.
Disney’s The Lion King is slated to premiere on July 19, 2019.
In one of the weirder studio emails I ever received, the studio asked us to not call Director Marc Forster’s latest film All I See Is You a “Thriller.” No it’s an drama or an “obsessive love story.” So I’m going to go with the later description. Or better yet, let me make up my own, it’s an impressionistic art piece that tries really hard to be a compelling movie worth watching.
Molly Bloom was an Olympic-class skier before she became the go-to for the world’s highest stakes poker game – for a decade before being arrested in the middle of the night. By 17 FBI agents with automatic weapons.
Jessica Chastain is Molly Bloom and Idris Elba is her defense lawyer, Charlie Jaffey in Molly’ Game – in theaters on November 22nd.
As a fan of the films of the Coen Brothers, a book dedicated to an in-depth look at their films becomes an instant must read.
Film journalist Ian Nathan has produced such a book – The Coen Brothers: The Iconic Filmmakers and Their Work – an in-depth look at the work of the most creative and distinctive filmmakers of the last thirty years.
The Coen Brothers: The Iconic Filmmakers and Their Work will be in bookstores on November 9th.
Hello, my name is Michelle Alexandria, I hate Blade Runner. I know I’m alone on my island, it’s peaceful here. Despite numerous attempts, I’ve never been able to make it past the first 40 minutes so I promised myself to watch it fully before seeing Blade Runner 2049. I wanted to fully understand it’s tedious “plot” before going into the sequel. Turns out I really didn’t need to subject myself to that because this movie is everything that’s wrong with sequels – it is almost an exact clone of the first movie. From the look to the plot, the movie is both hamstrung and “covered” by its adherence to its past. If you liked or loved the first one, then you will feel exactly the same about this one.