Nicolas Cage Knows When He’s Going To Retire

There is a long list of beloved actors out there who quit the acting business despite their fans eager to see more of their works and their career having the potential to churn out even more amazing projects. With actors like Cameron Diaz, Daniel Day-Lewis, etc completely giving up on their illustrious careers, it is only understandable that fans would be worried about their favorite actors retiring too soon as well. At least fans of Nicolas Cage can put their doubts to rest as the actor has assured that his fans have nothing to be worried about when it comes to the possibility of him concluding his career.
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Outside Mullingar

Sep. 17 - Sep. 26. A good-hearted comedy freckled with dark reflections by the author of Moonstruck in this very Irish story that revels in a turn of phrase, thwarted romance, and a few surprises. by John Patrick Shanley. Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Ticket...

Moulin Rouge! Kicked Off Bryant Park’s Broadway to Film

Bryant Park kicks off its “Broadway to Film” series tonight as part of the iconic Bryant Park Movie Nights. The lineup includes screenings of three films that currently have productions returning to Broadway this fall. Moulin Rouge! starring Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman will screen on Tuesday, September 14; The Phantom of the Opera, the film version of the longest-running show in Broadway history, starring Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum and Patrick Wilson will screen on Monday, September 27; Mrs. Doubtfire starring Robin Williams and Sally Field will screen on Tuesday, September 28.
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Cleveland Date Night Guide: Little Italy

Welcome to the Cleveland Date Night series! This series will highlight some fun date night ideas in and around Cleveland. Find more date night ideas here. Little Italy, also known as Murray Hill, is located on the east side of Cleveland, nestled between University Circle and Case Western Reserve to the west, and Lakeview Cemetery on the east. This place was one of 5 Italian settlements in the area, and in 1911, about 96% of people living here were from Italy and 2% had Italian parents!

2021 TIFF Tribute Awards press conference today!

The TIFF Tribute Awards press conference took place today and in attendance were Danis Goulet, recipient of the TIFF Emerging Talent Award; Dionne Warwick, recipient of the Special Tribute Award; Jessica Chastain and Benedict Cumberbatch, who received Tribute Actor Awards; Denis Villeneuve and Alanis Obomsawin, who received Jeff Skoll Awards in Impact Media and joining via Zoom was TIFF Variety Artisan Award recipient Ari Wegner.

Nicolas Cage Is Filming Two Westerns Back To Back In Montana

I'm not sure that I've mentioned this before, but I'm a massive fan of Nicolas Cage. No, fan's not the right word - I'm a Nicolas Cage scholar. Few people have studied the career of Nicolas Cage more than I have. I've seen everything he's ever made, from his early classics like Raising Arizona and Moonstruck to weird obscurities like Zandalee and Deadfall, from the depths of video-on-demand garbage to his recent career renaissance.
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“Final Poem for the Moon”

Or the ruddy salutations of familiar fever. glories opening from my sweat-flushed back. pulled up the god-ladder of your gibbous. in the armory of your niveous eye. Your snake-fang. posture I hang from my ear, your crescent. weaning me off your nectar. I will grieve. your circumference, your diameter, your...

Singer Ariel Hill’s Latest Single “Made Up” Is Here

Indie pop singer Ariel Hill is excited to announce the release of her brand-new single, “Made Up”. What is to be the third song off of her upcoming album ‘Moonstruck’, this song is another saga of first love and the surrounding doubts and fears. Ariel brings out those feelings of doubt when one falls in love with someone who is not yet close enough. Ariel stays true to her style of music in “Made Up” and does not disappoint in vocals or melody.

Here's What's New on Criterion Channel in September 2021

The challenge with the Criterion Channel is not finding something to recommend, but finding time to watch a streaming service comprised of nothing but classic, must-watch movies. Their September 2021 lineup is as impressive as ever with so many terrific films that are worth your time. Just twenty movies that are worth adding to your list include The Naked City, The Apartment, West Side Story, Putney Swope, The Panic in Needle Park, Sisters, The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, My Dinner with Andre, Smithereens, Stranger Than Paradise, After Hours, Moonstruck, Do the Right Thing, The King of New York, Just Another Girl on the I.R.T., The Daytrippers, In the Cut, Man Push Cart, The Squid and the Whale, Margaret, and Frances Ha.

New to Streaming: New York Stories, Jia Zhangke, Wild Indian, Slow Machine & More

Each week we highlight the noteworthy titles that have recently hit streaming platforms in the United States. Check out this week’s selections below and past round-ups here. One of the greatest directors to emerge in this young century, Jia Zhangke has captured his native country like few others. The Criterion Channel is now spotlighting his stellar body of work, including the new restoration of his debut Xiao Wu (1997), along with Platform (2000), Unknown Pleasures (2002), The World (2004), Still Life (2006), 24 City (2008), A Touch of Sin (2013), and Mountains May Depart (2015). Also playing is the documentary Jia Zhangke, A Guy from Fenyang from 2014.

5 Things on Streaming to Watch Over Labor Day Weekend

It's September, the last of the summer hot spells has broken, and there's a cool breeze kicking up the first of the fall leaves. It might not be autumn officially, but it's autumn emotionally, and we've decided to gather together the perfect fall programming, both new and old, to keep you occupied over the long Labor Day weekend. From romance to romantic horror to just plain horror, we've got you covered.