HBO Max is finally giving us a good look at Steven Soderbergh's Let Them All Talk with an official trailer. Soderbergh fans got a brief glimpse of his new movie when a few clips were included in a highlight reel of upcoming HBO Max content back in July. Let Them All Talk stars Meryl Streep, Dianne Wiest, Candice Bergen, Lucas Hedges, and Gemma Chan and, as we recently learned, is entirely improvised. Let Them All Talk also marks Soderbergh's notable streamer jump following a mini-streak over on Netflix with 2019's High Flying Bird and The Laundromat. […
Ana de Armas is well aware of the history she's becoming part of with No Time to Die.
Chad Stahelski counts 25 years of stunts to his name, a quarter-century of movie-making experience that prepared him to make his directorial feature debut in the original John Wick, which kickstarted the action-packed franchise that continues to be a worldwide hit. His counterpart David Leitch, an uncredited co-director on that Wick flick, banked nearly 20 years of stunt experience before helming such action-focused films as Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2, and Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. Sam Hargrave, a 15-year veteran of the stunt world who just made his feature directorial debut with …
If you've never watched The Golden Girls, shame on you! Originally airing from 1985-1992, the NBC sitcom followed the lives and misadventures of four older women who shared a home in Miami. Featuring an impeccable ensemble cast and wondrous writers (including a pre-Arrested Development Mitchell Hurwitz), the series has, bar none, some of the funniest, most multi-faceted TV comedy writing and performing we'll ever see. All of this makes me thrilled to hear that a phenomenal, all-Black cast will be performing a virtual table read of an episode tonight, September 8, 9pm EST, in …
If you're a teacher, then you can relate to these movies. Every single one of them. Well, besides the last one. But that one's fun, which is why it's on this list!
To create The Powerpuff Girls, the awesome super-powered trio of heroes who originally had an influential Cartoon Network show in the late '90s and early 2000s, Professor Utonium accidentally dropped Chemical X into his concoction of sugar, spice, and everything nice. Now, 20ish years later, we finally know what "Chemical X" is: Dark and edgy live-action reboots of beloved millennial culture properties! As reported by Deadline, a Powerpuff Girls live-action series is in the works for the CW, with a different spin on Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup. [caption id="attachment_583233" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via Cartoon …
Behold quite possibly the steamiest Dom-Sub relationship since The Fate of the Furious.
We're pleased to bring you the exclusive reveal of the first trailer for Lost Girls & Love Hotels. The new romantic drama/thriller stars Alexandra Daddario (True Detective) as a wayward American English teacher adrift in Japan who finds comfort (and more) in the arms of a Yakuza member (Takehiro Hira). How their tumultuous relationship plays out in the city streets of Tokyo is anyone's guess, but you can get a sense of it in the newly released trailer below. The upcoming film is based on screenwriter Catherine Hanrahan’s book of the same name, and is directed …
Jake Johnson can be seen on ABC's Stumptown, and he can be heard (saying a whole bunch of F-bombs) on Netflix soon.
Stranger Things breakout Millie Bobby Brown has signed on to star in an adaptation of Tess Sharpe's YA novel The Girls I've Been that she'll also produce alongside Ozark's Jason Bateman. Brown will play Nora O'Malley, the daughter of a con artist who picked up many of her mother's tricks and has become a master manipulator in her own right. When she goes to the bank with her ex-boyfriend Wes and secret girlfriend Iris, the three of them are taken hostage by two bank robbers -- who quickly learn they have no idea who …
The Invisible Man is the best narrative feature I've seen all year, so it's no surprise that Elisabeth Moss is in demand all over town. Two days after signing a first-look deal with Hulu, the Emmy-winning actress has signed on to star in the Apple series Shining Girls. The metaphysical thriller is based on the bestselling novel by Lauren Beukes, and according to Apple, Moss will star as a Chicago reporter who survived a brutal assault, only to find her reality shifting as she hunts down her attacker. Apple is being rather cheeky here, as I'…
It's rare to see a TV show dedicate itself so fiercely to the inner lives of young girls. And it's even rarer to see it executed as well as the new Netflix adaptation of The Baby-Sitters Club, which uses its premise to launch a charming collection of characters, brought together ostensibly for business purposes, but reminding us that friendship can create whole new families. For the record, I am reviewing this show as someone who was a fan of the original Ann M. Martin series: Decades before I discovered that memorizing the names of TV episodes could …