It’s amazing to think John Travolta and Morgan Freeman haven’t shared a film together, but that has changed with The Poison Rose. Currently available On Demand, the feature hits Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital June 25 via Lionsgate. Plot and special features details are below!
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One of the welcome aspects behind Ma lies in its reunion between The Help collaborators Octavia Spencer and Tate Taylor. Spencer also produced Ma, which also co-stars up and coming actress Diana Silvers, who also worked on Tate’s next film Eve. But wait, let’s rewind a little bit . . .
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Crime and revenge go together like peas in a pod, and upon first glance Avengement seems like another dime a dozen flick to meld those elements. Headlined by Scott Adkins and directed and co-written by Jesse V. Johnson, Avengement takes its story to a refreshingly different stratosphere.
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Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, director Quentin Tarantino and company attended the Cannes Film Festival to promote Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood. Coupled with a new trailer, it was definitely a big splash for the highly anticipated feature.
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The Aladdin remake has one major update that I won’t spoil concerning Jasmine (for details, check out this Yahoo! article), but one of the extra additions is the new Alan Menken song “Speechless.” Naomi Scott (Power Rangers), who stars as Jasmine, talked about performing the song and what made it a unique experience.
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Keanu Reeves received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame back in 2005, and yesterday he sunk his hands and feet in fresh cement at the TCL Chinese Theatre. Reeves’ co-stars Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix) and Halle Berry (John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum) were in attendance.
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Whether it’s her scene stealing work in Justified or as part of the comedic family of Last Man Standing, Kaitlyn Dever has shown she has considerable talent. Dever aims to continue her first rate resume with Booksmart, a highly praised comedy directed by first time feature filmmaker Olivia Wilde. For Dever, the Booksmart script was absolutely “honest and real on the page.”
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During the interviews for Superstore, I asked Ben Feldman to name one of his favorite movies and discuss what makes it a special cinematic experience for him. He gave us two for the price of one (Dead Poets Society, A Few Good Men), and check out the Feldman video below as he explains why, when it comes to cinema, the words have always mattered!
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Cinematic nightmares are just around the corner, as the just released trailer for The Lodge displays a ton of potential if bone chilling thrillers are your cup of tea. Check out the trailer below!
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Lily Collins has delved into her share of fantastical narratives (Mirror Mirror, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones). With Tolkien that fantasy element remains alive, but this time out its heart and soul lies within the realms of reality. In our audio post below, Collins discusses what makes Tolkien a unique project.
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