Trailer: Jodie Whittaker Has Challenging Time Learning ‘Adult Life Skills’

 

Jodie Whittaker’s acting career has seen an understandably meteoric uptick thanks to her acclaimed work in Doctor Who, and now stateside fans and movie buffs can check out her film work in the comedy/drama Adult Life Skills. 

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Matt Lanter Holds A ‘Timeless’ Approach To Solid Storytelling And Acting

With the series finale of Timeless upon us, I wanted to share an audio clip of Matt Lanter discussing his thoughts on what makes a great script, especially since the show’s bread and butter centered on its writing. Check out the Lanter audio below, as he talks about how being a first time dad has also deepened his acting chops.

 

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Giveaway: Limited ‘The Terminator’ Muscle Shirt And Dog Tag Courtesy of Comet TV!

Comet TV has been a mainstay for this site and our CinemAddicts community, so props to them for doing a Terminator themed giveaway! Winner gets a “Limited Edition Terminator Muscle Shirt,” “Terminator Dog Tag,” and an “Exclusive Blair Witch Holiday Ornament.” Details below!

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Tegan and Sara Memoir “High School” Readies For Fall 2019 Release Date

Tegan and Sara’s memoir High School will be published in fall 2019. The book follows the personal and music journey of the identical twins from Calgary, Alberta. Before their acclaim, the pair had to start somewhere, and High School will attempt to answer an array of “complicated” questions.

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Jake Gyllenhaal To Star In Remake of First Rate Danish Thriller ‘The Guilty’

The Guilty was one of this year’s top films, and it’s Denmark’s official entry at this year’s Oscars. As I predicted on CinemAddicts, the film is going to be remade into an American film (much sooner than I imagined). Jake Gyllenhaal will headlined the feature, and more details on both picture are below!

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Scarlett Johansson Hosts Black Panther Screening And Reception At Crosby Hotel

 

Movie fans are abuzz with the debut trailer for Avengers: Endgame, and though it’s great to see several of “Earth’s Mightiest Heroes” attempt to save our world, a little bit of reflection is also welcome. Scarlett Johansson, prominently featured in the aforementioned trailer as Black Widow, was on hand December 8 to host a screening and reception of Black Panther.

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‘Back Roads’ Review: Nuanced Storytelling Propel Alex Pettyfer’s Directing Debut

The element of surprise, especially if it’s a great one, is something that should always be welcome in cinema. Case in point is Alex Pettyfer (I Am Number Four, Magic Mike) an actor who had a straight shot to the Hollywood A-list before taking a several year detour. That change of direction lead him to Back Roads and, if anything, we’re the beneficiaries of an inspired and immersive narrative.

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