In Jacob Tremblay’s follow up to Room, Wonder, he stars as August Pullman – born with facial differences that meant he was home schooled up until the end of fourth grade. When, finally, he enters a mainstream school, he becomes a most unlikely hero. Wonder will be in theaters on November 17th. Wonder – […]
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Chirs Hardwick will host NBC’s third annual Red Nose Day Special as NBC expands its Red Nose Day programming block to 3 hours. As well as the actual Red Nose Day Special, NBC will also broadcast the first ever Celebrity Ninja Warrior for Red Nose Day – featuring Arrow’s Stephen Amell, Derek Hough, Natalie Morales […]
Sony Pictures Animation has unveiled its slate for 2017-18 and its a pretty varied bag. The Surfs: The Lost Village, The Emoji Movie and The Star consitute the studio’s 2017 releases – and 2018 will bring Hotel Transylvania 3, the currently untitled Spider-Man film starring Miles Morales (the other Spider-Man) and Vivo – from Lin-Manuel […]
It takes a certain kind of brass to remake an Oscar®-winning film. Secrets In Their Eyes is an American remake of José Campanella’s 2009 film that won the Best Foreign Film Academy Award®. When a murder victim turns out to be the daughter of a member of an extremely close FBI team, its effects are devastating for all […]
The first group of presenters for the 66th Emmys has been revealed. Among the thirteen are such stars as Matthew McConaughey, Julia Roberts, Woody Harrelson and Halle Berry. For the complete list of presenters named today, follow the jump. The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards will be presented, live, on NBC, on Monday, August 25th.
The first of this year’s two takes on Snow White, Mirror Mirror is a sumptuous visual feast – the trademark of director Tarsem Singh – with enough laughs, action and romance to make it worth a trip to your local multiplex.
Mirror Mirror benefits from the low expectation syndrome, but does not quite overcome it. This is one of those movies where you ask the question, “Why?” Yes, from a purely budget and numbers perspectives you can see why a studio would want to make this film. They got Julia Roberts and re-imagining fairy tales is […]
Julia Roberts has closed a deal to play the evil queen in Relativity Media’s Snow White movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter’s Jay A. Fernandez. Tarsem Singh [The Cell, The Fall] is directing from a script by Melissa Wallack and Jason Keller. The edgier take on Snow White finds Snow and her seven dwarvish […]
Eat Pray Love is a breezy, leisurely travelogue that is held together by one woman’s search for enlightenment. Directed and co-written [with Jennifer Salt] by Ryan Murphy [Glee, Nip/Tuck], this is a movie that looks great – check out the panoramic looks at Italy, India and Bali – has a mostly easy to take script, […]
Espionage movies usually deal with state secrets and impeccably dressed spies; state secrets and dishevelled spies, or grim, dark corporate espionage. Tony Gilroy’s Duplicity harkens back to movies like Charade and North By Northwest, in which intelligence wit and charm are as important as guns. In fact, there are no guns in Duplicity. Gilroy’s male […]