Black Widow takes place between the events of Civil War and Infinity War, so maybe a rewatch of Captain America: Civil War is due once Black Widow hits theaters May 1, 2020. I’m absolutely all in with this film just from watching the teaser trailer, and my thoughts as well as the clip are below!
The Shed has a great concept for a straight line horror flick, but director Frank Sabatella opted for more layered and resonant storyline. That gamble definitely pays off, and during our 10-minute phoner he talked about why, as much as he loved horror for horror’s sake, there are much more cinematic tools (pun intended) to be found in The Shed.
A year or so ago I was hooked on the Homecoming podcast and ultimately binge watched the Amazon Prime Video series, but since then I haven’t dived into another audio tale (my daily pods are the GaryVee Audio Experience). That empty space will soon be filled with Gaslight, a new podcast toplined by Chloë Grace Moretz. Details on the upcoming show are below!
Ella Balinska describes her latest film Charlie’s Angels as a “fun, loving and incredible story,” and during the film’s premiere she talked about what makes the movie tick. Audio of Balinska is also featured in our post!
Perception, fantasy, as well as a healthy dose of tragedy populates the world of Love Is Blind, a romantic drama with a rather intriguing premise. Bess (Shannon Tarbet) is a 24-year-old living her dad (Matthew Broderick) in New York’s Hudson Valley. Suffering from “selective perception,” she is unable to see her mother (Chloe Sevigny), whom she believes passed away years ago. Director Monty Whitebloom talked to us about his intricately woven feature whose strengths lie in the performances of Tarbet and co-stars Benjamin Walker and Aidan Turner.
Luke Bracey (The November Man, Hacksaw Ridge) stars in Danger Close as Sergeant Bob Buick, an Australian soldier in The Vietnam War who takes part in The Battle of Long Tan. During our interview, Bracey talked about how signing onto Danger Close was a “no-brainer” and why Saving Private Ryan is one of his all time favorite films.
For years, I had no idea why, after absolutely loving Different Seasons, another Stephen King book reading experience would never (at least to this day) happen. That answer was found from a Ewan McGregor sound bite from the Doctor Sleep premiere, and it’s featured in the following post.
Ford v Ferrari centers on British driver/mechanic Kevin Miles (Christian Bale) and American car designer Carroll Shelby’s (Matt Damon) attempt to build a race car for Ford Motor Company and compete at France’s 24 Hours of Le Mans. During the Ford v Ferrari premiere, Bale discussed why he loves playing real characters and what makes the feature a “really moving” tale.