REVIEWS
“Knives Out” is the exact type of counter-programming that was needed for the long Thanksgiving weekend. Written and Directed by Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s Rian Johnson, this is a throwback to the types of murder mystery-whodoneit that we haven’t really seen in a while. It’s closer to a drama than a black-comedy, but there’s […]
Bill Watters
468
0
Bill Watters
462
0
Bill Watters
414
0
VIDEOS
Rich Cassidy
4182
0
Rich Cassidy
2347
0
Rich Cassidy
2550
0
IN THE NEWS
We’re not sure what to make of Marvel Studios choice to drop the first teaser trailer for “Black Widow” in the middle of the night. Were they trying to bury it? Get the jump on the “No Time To Die” James Bond trailer coming this Wednesday? Or just play with the idea of spy-like intrigue? […]
“Knives Out” is the exact type of counter-programming that was needed for the long Thanksgiving weekend. Written and Directed by Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s Rian Johnson, this is a throwback to the types of murder mystery-whodoneit that we haven’t really seen in a while. It’s closer to a drama than a black-comedy, but there’s […]
Tom Hanks as an actor is one of those who you rarely lose sight of as they vanish into a character, you generally just see the actor as themselves on screen. However this is one of those times that within the first few minutes of his appearance on the screen, and you remember the quirks […]
When we mention Aussie actor Travis Fimmel, it’s usually related to his time on HISTORY’s “Vikings,” or to retell one of the numerous stories of his playful hijinks at panels, pressrooms, or on-set pranks. That’s not to say we don’t talk about his impressive acting prowess, because he really is one of the most fascinating actors […]
Surprising no one after the landmark box office success of “Joker,” it would appear that writer/director Todd Phillips is in talks to continue the twisted tale of Arthur Fleck in a sequel for Warner Bros. Pictures. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Phillips is reuniting with “Joker” co-writer Scott Silver to work on the script, and […]
We are so thrilled to report that Noah Hawley (“Fargo,” “Legion“) will be writing and directing the next installment in the “Star Trek” film for Paramount. According to Variety, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, and Zoe Saldana are returning, as well as J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot returning to produce, with Hawley also producing through […]
With one of our favorite drama series going into it’s final season next month, we’re pleased to report that HISTORY’s “Vikings” will be continuing. Albeit in a brand-new format, but, still. The first followup to the ground-breaking 6-season series will be called “Vikings: Valhalla,” and will reportedly center around some notable Norsemen historical figures and […]
Just when we thought we had a semi-cohesive release date slate for Disney and Marvel Studios, five new yet-to-be-titled projects get entries on the calendar. We already knew there were ten release dates with projects attached across Marvel Studios and Disney+, but now we have even MORE. The five new dates being attributed to Marvel […]
The long awaited film adaptation of Stephen King’s “Doctor Sleep” (the sequel to the classic “The Shining“) is a really pretty solid flick for what it is. It should be expressed, however, that what this represents isn’t another horrific delving into a psychological breakdown, but rather a somewhat more adventure-based thriller with aspects of horror […]
“Ford v Ferrari” is the kind of studio vehicle that feels like it was engineered to earn award nominations nearly as much as the Ford GT40 was tailor-made to compete at Le Mans. From its leads Matt Damon and Christian Bale as race-car designer Carroll Shelby and driver Ken Miles, to the slow establishment of […]
While Matt Reeves is still finalizing the cast for his upcoming “The Batman” film starring Robert Pattinson as the caped crusader, some outlets are running wild with “casting updates.” The two from today are….surprising. Andy Serkis for Alfred Pennyworth. Sure….that’s…..a choice. Variety says the actor/director is being looked at for the stately Wayne family butler […]
This is certainly one of those bad news, good news type of situations for today’s Daily Dune update. The already-announced tv series “Dune Sisterhood” about the Bene Gesserit from Frank Herbert’s novels just lost their showrunner. The series is in development currently for HBO / WarnerMedia’s streaming platform, HBO Max. According to a report from […]