Captain Marvel is the first Marvel movie to feature a female lead. It’s been a long time coming but it’s definitely worth it.
Tag: Annette Bening
A new featurette for the Marvel Studios film Captain Marvel – first seen during last night’s College Football Championship – gives us a look a Brie Larson’s prep for the film Captain Marvel opens on March 8th.
During last night’s College Football Championship Game Marvel Studios unleashed quite a bit of new footage in a Captain Marvel teaser. Check it out below. Captain Marvel opens on March 8th.
The new trailer for Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel dropped on Monday Night Football. If you’re not a football fan you can check it out below. It’s extremely good. Three words: Kree. Skrull. War. Captain Marvel opens on March 8th.
Annette Bening will star as Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco in the second season of FX’s American Crime Story anthology series. Ms. Bening is currently starring in 20th Century Women.
The people who have the most impact on one’s life might not the most inspirational or least impressive – they’ll be the ones who show up. 20th Century Women is the second film from Mike Mills – whose Beginners won Christopher Plummer his long overdue Oscar. check out the trailer after the break.
Danny Collins is a little movie with a big heart. The titular Danny Collins is a 70-something ex-rocker doing arena tours in which he performs his big hits for audiences of screaming middle-aged and senior citizen sufferers of nostalgia – but things might have been so much better if he’d only gotten the letter John […]
The Kids Are Alright is a 15-minute short film with a high-concept that feels artificially stretched into a full-length film. The movie is well acted but the characters feel like cardboard cutouts. The movie doesn’t believe in it’s own characters. The movie wants to be an open, honest exploration about what it’s like to have […]
History is one of those subjects that can be made boring by a less than enthusiastic teacher – or by the misapprehension that it is, inherently, boring. In 2002 the DIC Entertainment Corporation produced a twenty-eight episode history of the United States of America as witnessed by four young people: Henri [voiced by Kathleen Barr], […]