Flick City: Yaya DaCosta Embraces The “Silence” Of ‘Apocalypto’

Chicago Med actress YaYa DaCosta (Honeydripper, upcoming Bolden) has an intriguing choice regarding her favorite movies. Off the top of her head, she picked the Mel Gibson directed feature Apocalypto. Check out the video below as DaCosta discusses her love for the 2006 title!

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Flick City: Milo Ventimiglia Loves Humankind Approach Of ‘Interstellar’ And ‘Armageddon’

This Is Us actor Milo Ventimiglia has also carved out a career in cinema (he was most recently seen opposite Jennifer Lopez in Second Act). In the video below, he talks about three of his favorite films (Interstellar, Goodfellas, Armageddon).

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Lady Gaga On Chasing One’s Dream: “It’s Not For The Faint of Heart”

A lot of folks went “gaga” over Olivia Colman’s (The Favourite) Best Actress Speech at the Oscars, and though she was great, Lady Gaga (A Star Is Born) also had a memorable moment accepting her Oscar for Best Song. Backstage audio is also included in our post!

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Mel Gibson And Vince Vaughn Embark on “Shotgun Safari” With “Dragged Across Concrete”

Thanks to good friend and filmmaker Anderson Cowan, I’ve been fixated on S. Craig Zahler’s filmmaking for the past year. Bone Tomahawk and Brawl In Cell Block 99 are absolute classics, and one hopes Dragged Across Concrete Will reach similar heights. Details on the film, as well as the trailer, are below!

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‘Combat Obscura’ Documentary Takes A Bird’s Eye Look At Afghan War

The documentary Combat Osbscura takes viewers into life in the Marine Corps from a distinct point of view. Eighteen-year-old Miles Lagoze, a recent high school graduate, enlisted in the Maries and served as his unit’s official videographer during his deployment to Afghanistan. Running at 70 minutes, the documentary had its premiere at 2018 True / False Film Festival.

 

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‘Abby’s’ Star Natalie Morales’ Acting Dreams Took Flight With Drama Class

Ever want to have a drink where everybody knows your name, at least in San Diego? The West Coast set Abby’s centers on a Marine vet (Natalie Morales, playing the titular role) who may have found her calling by opening up a bar in her backyard. A simple twist of fate can lead someone down an entirely different career path, and Morales explains how one simple class was a life changer.

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‘Mary Queen of Scots’ & ‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ Blu-ray Giveaway

This week’s giveaway comes from my personal collection. First person who wins gets Mary Queen of Scots (Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie) and the second movie lover gets The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (Mackenzie Foy, Keira Knightley). Discs do not come with digital codes. Details below!

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Flick City: Simon Kassianides Picks ‘The Princess Bride’ And ‘The Deer Hunter’

I’ve already posted video of Gina Torres and Bethany Joy Lenz discussing their favorite films (Torres digs The Shawshank Redemption and Lenz loves Equilibrium). Pearson co-star Simon Kassianides brought the movie discussion home with his picks of The Princess Bride and The Deer Hunter. Check out the video below!

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