One On One: Director Daniel Adams Delivers Biting Satire With ‘An L.A. Minute’

Director Daniel Adams‘ satire An L.A. Minute centers on Ted Gould (Gabriel Byrne), a bestselling novelist who, despite living in the lap of luxury, is frustrated by his life’s work and is in need of a spark. A chance encounter with a performance artist named Velocity (Kiersey Clemons) may inject some long forgotten humanity in the now jaded millionaire, but this is Los Angeles, and things can absolutely turn on a dime. During our discussion with Adams, he talked to us about the evolution of his narrative and why, even though it was written over 20 years ago, it’s a very timely (and in my opinion, refreshingly uncompromising) tale.

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Trailer & Images: Chris Pine Seeks Royal Vengeance In ‘Outlaw King’

One of Chris Pine’s best performances came with 2016’s Hell or High Water, and now he’s reteaming with Hell filmmaker David Mackenzie with Outlaw King. Do you think Pine will make a convincing Robert the Bruce? Check the just released images and trailer below!

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‘Juliet, Naked’ Review: Rose Byrne And Ethan Hawke Thrive In A ‘Waterloo Sunset’

Ethan Hawke, with a keyboard at the ready, sings The Kinks “Waterloo Sunset” during a standout moment in Juliet, Naked. These beautiful touches are sprinkled throughout this music infused story that’s blessed with a trio of beautifully rendered performances (Hawke, Chris O’Dowd, and Rose Byrne).

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