Gal Gadot and other members of Ralph Breaks The Internet attended the U.K. premiere at London’s Curzon Mayfair on November 25. Check out a couple of pics of Gadot and crew, as well as audio from the actress discussing the film below!
With January reserved as a veritable dumping ground for the year’s worst movies, Serenity’s prospects, upon first impression, may not be too healthy. That being said, this Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway headlined film has one ace up its sleeve: filmmaker/writer Steven Knight. Check out the new trailer to Serenity and feel free to share your thoughts!
It’s a foregone conclusion that Creed II will be a box office smash, and during the film’s premiere headliner Michael B. Jordan talked about what he loved about the latest installment.
My main complaint with the absolute influx of streaming services is that there is an abundance of content out there, and it can be hard to dig through the cinematic junk to find that must see flick. If you’re a mystery/thriller enthusiast, The Clovehitch Killer, headlined by Charlie Plummer (Lean on Pete) and Dylan McDermott (American Horror Story), should be added to your list.
I’m a fan of film noirs and short running times, so I’m more than happy to report that: A. Hospitality is only 80 minutes and B. It stars Entourage’s Emmanuelle Chriqui! I’m sold, but there are other reasons why I’m giving this film a shot . . .
As Halloween closes in on Venom’s recent $80 million opening weekend, let’s get it straight from the source (director John Carpenter) on the ever lasting popularity of Michael Myers.
I mentioned on this month’s CinemAddicts about my absolute love for The Guilty, and a couple of weeks later this movie is still on my brain. Expect this movie, which many will compare to Locke, to be remade in the U.S. sometime down the road. But enough of that, if you don’t know a thing about The Guilty, please read on . . .
Returning to the franchise that changed her career some forty years ago was a creatively fruitful and emotional experience for Jamie Lee Curtis, and in the following post we have audio of the actress reflecting on the final scene she shot in Halloween. It’s a three minute plus audio clip, but it’s definitely worth a listen.