Matthew McConaughey And Anne Hathaway Go Boating In Murderous ‘Serenity’ Trailer

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 … Continue reading Matthew McConaughey And Anne Hathaway Go Boating In Murderous ‘Serenity’ Trailer

Blu-ray Pick: ‘Ricki And The Flash’ (Meryl Streep)

  Recently released on Blu-ray and DVD, Ricki and The Flash stars Mery. Streep as Ricki, a rock singer who attempts to reconnect with her daughter Julie (Mami Gummer) who is heartbroken over the breakup of her marriage. Ricki is used to carving out her own path in life, and her determination to make it … Continue reading Blu-ray Pick: ‘Ricki And The Flash’ (Meryl Streep)

Trailer: Meryl Streep Rocks It Out With “Ricki And The Flash”

One of my more anticipated films this year is Ricki and the Flash, which features Meryl Streep as a singer/guitarist who has put music ahead of her family. Although she tries her best to reconnect with her grown kids (Streep's own  daughter Mamie Gummer and Sebastian Stan), certain wounds are hard to heal. Along with a screenplay from Juno scribe Diablo Cody and a fine … Continue reading Trailer: Meryl Streep Rocks It Out With “Ricki And The Flash”

Jenny Lewis & Johnathan Rice Collaborate For “Song One” Soundtrack

Now playing in select theaters and available on VOD, Song One stars Anne Hathaway (who also produces) as Franny, an anthropology student who returns to Brooklyn after her brother Henry (Ben Rosenfield) is rendered comatose after a car accident. After reading his diaries and listening to his compositions, Franny gradually see Henry's passions with a less judgmental eye, … Continue reading Jenny Lewis & Johnathan Rice Collaborate For “Song One” Soundtrack

Anne Hathaway Finds A New “Song” In Los Angeles

Opening in theaters and VOD on January 23, Song One centers on Franny (Anne Hathaway), a woman who returns to Brooklyn after her musician brother Henry (Boardwalk Empire's Ben Rosenfield) slips into a coma after a car accident. Initially judgmental about Henry's career path, Franny sees her sibling in a truer light after listening to … Continue reading Anne Hathaway Finds A New “Song” In Los Angeles