The new non-musical remake of Dr. Dolittle, with the title shortened to simply Dolittle, is a delightful ninety-five minutes of inspired silliness that revolves around the titular character, his menagerie of animal friends and a young boy who becomes his apprentice.
National Geographic’s second season of Genius will star Antonio Banderas as Pablo Picasso, one of the 20th century’s most influential and celebrated artists.
Banderas noted that Picasso has long fascinated him – ant just began they have the same hometown, Málaga.
The 10-episode second season of Genius will begin production in the fall – with an expected premiere in 2018.
Outside a mountain town grappling with a series of abductions and murders, Paul, a struggling writer, offers his guest room to a drifter named Jack (Jonathan Rhys Meyers).
Off course this is not going to end well… but for whom?
Black Butterfly will be in theaters and On Demand on March 26th.
In 2010, a mine in Chile collapsed trapping thirty-three men under 700 tons of rock – deeper underground than the length of two Empire State Buildings. After 69 days, they were freed.
The 33 is the story of the miners; their loved ones who erected a temporary town on the site, and the men who worked to save them. Considering that it’s telling three interconnected stories, it’s a miracle that it got made at all – let alone this well.
For 69 days in 20110, the eyes of the world were on Chile, where thirty-three miners were trapped after an explosion collapsed a 100-year old gold mine on top of them.
Now, the blessing and cooperation of the miners, their families and their rescuers, their story – with previously unseen events – has been turned into a film by Patricia Riggin and featuring an all-star cast that includes Antonio Banderas, Rodrigo Santoro, Juliette Binoche, Lou Diamond Phillips, James Brolin and Gabriel Byrne.
Check out The 33’s first trailer following the jump. The 33 premieres on November 13th.
The first trailer for Terence Malik’s Knight of Cups is here! And, yes, it’s as bewildering as ever.
Knight of Cups’ world premiere will be at the Berlin Film Festival in February, It will be released in North America later in 2015.
After a mission goes wrong, Barney Ross decides to retire his team and recruit a bunch of (relative) youngsters. The result is a movie that runs for a bit over two hours and serves none of the characters well.
Dreamworks Animation’s Puss In Boots was a big hit in 3D, but, as the DVD release shows, it’s great fun in 2D, too – and the DVD Double Pack contains both a new Puss adventure – The Three Diablos – and plenty of bonus material.