Damien Chazelle’s third film, First Man, is the story of NASA’s efforts to get to the moon – as seen, mostly, from the point of view of Neil Armstrong and his wife, Janet.
Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan, King Ghidorah and Eleven in one movie? Plus even more surprises?
The first trailer for Godzilla: King of Monsters is a spectacular experience on the internet – I can’t wait to see it in theaters.
Kyle Chandler, Vera Farmiga and Millie Bobby Brown headline Godzilla: King of Monsters – which opens on May 31, 2019.
George Clooney has stepped away from the role of Colonel Cathcart in Hulu’s six-part limited series Catch-22 to take on the smaller role of Scheisskopf while remaining Executive Producer along with Grant Heslov.
Assuming the role of Colonel Cathcart will be Kyle Chandler, winner of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Friday Night Lights.
Clooney, producing partner Grant Heslov and Ellen Kuras will direct the series.
As things fall apart for the Rayburns, we hear the tagline from season one, ‘We’re not bad people but we did a bad thing…’
The secrets, the lies, the guilt, the coverups… It’s all lead to this.
Get a first look at the Rayburns’ final journey in the trailer for the acclaimed drama’s third and final season.
For more on Bloodline — launching Friday, May 26, everywhere Netflix is available — visit netflix.com/bloodline.
Netflix’s Bloodline returns for its third and final season on May 26th.
If it’s been a while since you watched the first two seasons and need to refresh your memory – without re-watching the show’s first 23 episodes in their entirety – Netflix has put together a dandy little four-and-a-half-minute recap video just for you.
If you’ve never watched Bloodline but are curious, the video is, essentially, one hundred percent spoilers – but lacking a lot of context.
Netflix has released an announcement trailer for the final season Bloodline. The Rayburns don’t look too happy in it…
In season one of Bloodline we were told, ‘We’re not bad people – but we did a bad thing.’ The season two trailer opens with Ben Mendlesohn’s late Danny Rayburn muttering, ‘You’re damned if do and you’re damned if you don’t. Right, baby brother?’
In season two, the consequences of John’s actions will definitely come back to bit the Rayburn clan – especially when they learn Danny had a son…
Check out the trailer for Bloodlines: Season 2 following the jump. Bloodlines: Season 2 premieres on Netflix on May 27th.
Netflix has posted a behind-the-scenes featurette that introduces us to Bloodline’s central characters, The Rayburn Family. Right now it looks like Bloodline is likely to be a slow burn, high emotion saga of a family struggle in the Florida Keys. Coming from the creators of Damages, and with a cast that includes Kyle Chandler, Sam Shepard, Sissy Spacek, Ben Mendelsohn, Norman Leo Butz and Linda Cardellini, that could make some potent viewing.
Check out The Rayburns after the jump. Bloodline premieres on March 20th.
Netflix’s Bloodlines has a cast that can only be described as all-star, and a setting that seems idyllic.
As you might expect, all it takes is the arrival of one person to upset the applecart and suddenly a family’s secrets threaten to bubble to the surface – to the worst possible effect.
The first trailer for Bloodline has just been made available and it looks like it could be another big hit for the streaming service. Check it out after the jump.
Netfix’s new series starring Kyle Chandler has a name – Bloodline – and a haunting teaser trailer.
The series, which premieres all thirteen first season episodes on March 15, 2015, also stars Ben Mendelsohn (The Dark Knight Rises), Linda Cardellini (Mad Men), Sam Shepard (The Right Stuff), Sissy Spacek (Carrie), Norbert Leo Butz (Dan in Real Life), Jamie McShane (Sons of Anarchy), Jacinda Barrett (Suits) and Enrique Murciano (Without a Trace).
Bloodline comes from the producers/creators of Damages, from the producers of Damages Todd A. Kessler, Daniel Zelman, and Glenn Kessler. Check out the teaser following the jump.
Super 8 is J.J. Abrams’ first film to not be a sequel or reimagining. It’s a tale of innocence lost and found; the magic of making movies and an alien creature that may or may not be a monster.