Hugh Jackman Believes ‘Showman’ Co-Star Zendaya Will Be “Biggest Star” Of Her Generation

It doesn’t get any bigger, as far as star power and talent go, than stage and screen veteran Hugh Jackman. He spearheads the upcoming musical The Greatest Showman, playing P.T. Barnum, and during a recent interview he had the highest praise for co-star Zendaya. Jackman audio and comments on the actress/singer is found after the jump!

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James Franco Names Favorite “About Hollywood” Films

The Disaster Artist is one of my favorite films of 2017, and it’s a humorous and insightful look at making movies. In a FandangoNOW interview, director/actor James Franco listed his favorite “About Hollywood” movies. Check out the list, as well as my review of The Disaster Artist, below!!

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Armie Hammer Talks “Enthralled” Emotions of ‘Call Me By Your Name’

There are so many things to love about Call Me By Your Name, but at its root the film holds a universal truth and depth of feeling that is has been or will be shared by most people. During the press conference for the film, Armie Hammer discussed why the movie has left a deep impression on moviegoers.

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Review: ‘Bullet Head’ Is A Pit Bull Thriller With A Ton of Bite

I have no idea if writer/director Paul Solet’s decision to stuff Adrien Brody in a piano was a not so subtle homage to Roman Polanski’s The Pianist. I also wonder if Solet loved the wish fulfillment endings of Carlito’s Way or Point Blank, but that’s neither here nor there, as though Bullet Head offer a few cinematic call backs, it’s a movie that stands on its own feet – even if it begins with man’s best friend . . .

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‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women’ Hits Blu-Ray In January

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, which centers on Harvard psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston’s (Luke Evans) creation of Wonder Woman, hits Blu-ray and DVD January 30 via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Details on the disc are found after the jump.

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Blu-Ray Spotlight: ‘Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis’ (Our Friends)

Directed by Colin Hanks, Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends) centers on the band’s return to Paris in February 2016, three months after the attack at Bataclan Theatre. The 84-minute documentary is a candid look at how the group, obviously still reeling from the tragedy, united to put music and their fans (and family) at the forefront.

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CinemAddicts Ep. 77: ‘The Shape of Water’ ‘Call Me By Your Name’ ‘The Post’

Episode 77 of CinemAddicts covers a ton of ground movie wise. Anderson recaps his love for Coco and we offer up our thoughts on Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. My love for Call Me By Your Name has previously been expressed, but there’s also a bunch of new flicks that are covered on the show (The Post, The Shape of Water, Downsizing, All The Money in the World, The Disaster ArtistThe Ballad of Lefty Brown). More details below!

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