‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ Trailer Has Dwayne Johnson And Crew Driving Off A Cliff

I’m just waiting for the Dwayne Johnson “We’re Not Gonna Make It” gifs, but if you want a taste of what it looks like check out the very end of the latest Jumanji: The Next Level trailer. Johnson is driving away from a multitude of ostriches which leads the Jumanji crew off a cliff and the rest is history!

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‘The House of Tomorrow’ Blu-Ray Giveaway From CinemAddicts!

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Hello CinemAddicts listeners/members and newbies, this week’s a different entry situation, as I specifically requested for a sealed Blu-ray copy of The House of Tomorrow. It’s a movie I dearly love, and it’s very easy to enter the giveaway (but slightly different from previous ones). 

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Spoiled Cinema: ‘Hereditary’ (Toni Collette, Alex Wolff, Gabriel Byrne)

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I’m starting this new category called “Spoiled Cinema” which will feature Spoiler-filled discussions of various movies. I’ll do a lengthier “origin story” about Spoiled Cinema on a future post, but let’s get down to business with . . . Hereditary!!

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‘The House of Tomorrow’ Review: Coming-of-Age Drama Has A Great Future

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Discovering movies that are absolute gems is a personal fixation, and one film that continues to resonate is The House of Tomorrow. It hits select Los Angeles and New York theaters today, and if you’re into perceptively written coming-of-age stories, this narrative should be worth your time and effort . . . 

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Oscar Winner Chris Cooper Plays J.D. Salinger In “Coming Through The Rye”

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Academy award winning actor Chris Cooper (Adaptation) has signed on to play late author J.D. Salinger in Coming Through The Rye.

The 1969 set movie, which marks the feature directing debut of Emmy Award winner Jim Sadwith, centers on two teenagers (Alex Wolff, Stefania Owen) who embark on a quest to find the reclusive scribe. Sadwith holds a personal connection to the narrative, as the story is based on his own journey to find Salinger. 

Cooper’s film credits include August: Osage County, The Company Men, Seabiscuit, Lone Star, and Matewan. Sadwith received his Emmy back in 1993 for his directing efforts in the miniseries Sinatra.

Angel Grace Productions are giving international buyers a sneak preview of their Coming Through The Rye this week at the American Film Market. The project will also be showcased at the European Film Market (EFM) in February 2015.