ââEven though the televised award show is a dying institution, one slowly chipped away at with every passing year, the 2021 Emmys still somehow achieved the impossible: the worst acceptance speech in history.Scott Frank’s win for directing the Netflix limited series The Queen’s Gambit encapsulated everything wrong with these things. A man nobody knows read aloud from two bits of paper for more than three interminable minutes, interjecting here and there to chastise the producers attempting to play him off with music, his star – a bewildered Anya Taylor-Joy – looking on helplessly. Never mind that Frank’s entirely pedestrian...
Ben Affleck has been gushing publicly about Jennifer Lopez for the first time since the stars rekindled their romance after nearly 20 years. "I am in awe of what Jennifer’s effect on the world is," Affleck told Adweek. "At most, as an artist, I can make movies that move people. Jennifer has inspired a massive group of people to feel they have a seat at the table in this country."
Ben Affleck says he's in 'awe' of Jennifer Lopez's world impact: She’s 'inspired a massive group of people'
Ben Affleck is gushing publicly about his girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez, for the first time since rekindling their romance after nearly 20 years. "I am in awe of what Jennifer’s effect on the world is," the Oscar winner, 43, told Adweek in an interview published Sunday. "At most, as an artist, I can make movies that move people. Jennifer has inspired a massive group of people to feel they have a seat at the table in this country."
our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) Netflix has been getting more experimental with developing and distributing foreign-language content, and their latest film release, "Grudge," is a part of that growth. The Turkish film, called "Kin" in its native language, will join Netflix's growing collection of non-English films, which includes smaller independent films like the French horror "The Swarm" alongside major awards contenders like Alfonso Cuarón's Spanish-language Oscar winner, "Roma."
Something wicked this way comes... arguably Shakespeare's biggest tragedy, Macbeth, is getting the big-screen treatment again, with Denzel Washington in the title role. Shot in black and white, Joel Coen's take on the famous Shakespearean classic, The Tragedy of Macbeth, has dropped its first trailer, and if creepy was the aim then they totally nailed it.
The Last Duel Movie Clip - Against the World - Based on a true story, of one woman’s word against the world. See #TheLastDuel only in theaters October 15. 20th Century Studios’ “The Last Duel,” a gripping tale of betrayal and vengeance set against the brutality of 14th century France directed by visionary filmmaker and four-time Academy Award® nominee Ridley Scott (“The Martian,” “Black Hawk Down,” “Gladiator,” “Thelma & Louise”), opens in theaters nationwide October 15, 2021.
The claustrophobic trenches of Sam Mendes’ World War I epic, 1917, offer one of the most anxiety-inducing settings of any war film since Das Boot. High mud walls obscure a hidden enemy, unpredictable shelling snuffs out any sense of safety, and the inability to dispose of corpses even lends an element of horror to Mendes’ unique depiction of World War I combat. Despite the gloomy backdrop, 1917 relies on editing, not setting, to build tension. The movie succeeds thanks in large part to the master of suspense: Alfred Hitchcock.
Saban Films has released these official poster and trailer for MULTIVERSE. Starring: Paloma Kwiatkowski, Munro Chambers, Robert Naylor, Sandra Mae Frank, and Marlee Matlin. Colleagues Loretta, Danny, Amy and Gerry are on the verge of an amazing breakthrough in quantum physics when tragedy strikes. Racing to complete the experiment, Loretta dies in a fiery car accident. Five months later, as the trio struggle to move on with their lives and the work they’d started, Loretta returns. She’s full of energy, enthusiasm, seemingly unaware she’s been gone for months. Are the friends losing their collective minds or has something remarkable happened? Soon, each of them comes face to face with their dead ringer. Professional rivalries and personal relationships surface and the friends realize only one version of them can exist in our reality. A violent correction is necessary to maintain order.
Don’t bet against a Dame. Supporting Actress is still an up in the air category with some high-profile films and studios yet to officially confirm actress placement, which could establish or upend several contenders chances. The top five this month sees a veteran re-entry and a first-timer ready for a place at the table.
“Respect” in cinemas from September thirtieth, this biographical movie is devoted to Aretha Franklin “a younger lady with essentially the most thrilling and highly effective voice on the planet”. On the massive display screen from September 30 Eagle footage ‘respect‘Among the many Oscar winners Jennifer Hudson with Aretha Franklin. Jennifer...
ABC’s reboot of “The Wonder Years” offers an interesting, though not groundbreaking, alternative to its forerunner. It’s been 28 years since we watched Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage) come of age as a suburban, middle-class, whitebread teenager starting in 1968: love, loss, discovery, life lessons, the works — aided by his goofy best friend, Paul Pfeiffer (Josh Saviano) and his unrequited love, Winnie Cooper (Danica McKellar), with Daniel Stern providing the voiceover narration as an adult Kevin to as Kevin to put it all into 20/20 context.
A24 and Apple have released the first short teaser trailer for The Tragedy of MacBeth ahead of its premiere as the opening night film at the 2021 New York Film Festival. An ominous drumbeat provides the backdrop to the stark, riveting trailer which features a voiceover reciting Shakespeare’s iconic “By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes” line.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie tied the knot at the French estate in August 2014 — details on their messy legal drama. Not over yet. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie‘s legal battle is only getting messier — and now it involves more than just the custody of their kids. Pitt,...
Hyderabad, Sep 22 (IANS) More than a million people from all over the world participated online on International Day of Peace celebrations. Also known as World Peace Day, it was established by the UN General Assembly and is observed across the world on September 21, since its initiation in 1981.
Since Black Panther premiered in February 2018, fans have been clamoring for a sequel. In 2022, they’ll finally get their wish. Few details have emerged about Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, but it is clear that it’s going to be very different than the first film. After Chadwick Boseman died of colon cancer at age 43 in August 2020, the filmmakers had to rethink how a sequel would work without his character, T’Challa. In December 2020, Disney announced that a new actor would not be hired to fill the role, adding that the new movie would focus on other characters within the world of Wakanda, the fictional African country where T’Challa was king. “Honoring Chadwick Boseman’s legacy & portrayal of T’Challa, @MarvelStudios will not recast the character, but will explore the world of Wakanda & the rich characters introduced in the first film,” the company tweeted. Marvel executive Victoria Alonso has also said the studio has no plans to digitally recreate Boseman’s image for the film. “There’s only one Chadwick and he’s not with us,” she told Argentinean outlet Clarin in November 2020. “Our king, unfortunately, has died in real life, not just in fiction, and we are taking time to see how we continue the story and what we do to honor this chapter of what has happened to us that was so unexpected, so painful, so terrible, really.” Ryan Coogler, who signed on to write and direct the sequel after directing and cowriting the first, thinks Boseman would want everyone involved in the franchise to press on without him. “I know Chad wouldn’t have wanted us to stop,” he told The Hollywood Reporter in March 2021. “He was somebody who was so about the collective. Black Panther, that was his movie. He was hired to play that role before anybody else was even thought of, before I was hired, before any of the actresses were hired.” Lupita Nyong’o, who played Nakia in the first film, agreed with the director. “It’s gonna be different, of course, without our king to go back into that world, but I know that all of us are dedicated to reimagining or carrying on his legacy in this new Black Panther,” the Oscar winner said during a March 2021 appearance on Good Morning America. “And Ryan Coogler has some really, really exciting ideas that I look forward to bringing to life with the rest of the family.” Keep scrolling for everything we know about Black Panther: Wakanda Forever: