Netflix has released a new trailer for the upcoming new disaster, comedy movie Don’t Look Up starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence and Rob Morgan, Jonah Hill, Mark Rylance, Tyler Perry, Ron Perlman, Timothée Chalamet, Ariana Grande, Scott Mescudi, Cate Blanchett, and Meryl Streep in a comedy from Adam McKay. DiCaprio and Lawrence play to astronomers who have spotted a giant meteor which will wipe out all life on earth.
The Scream franchise returns to theaters on January 14, 2022. The filmmaking team this time around includes directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillett, as well as executive producer Chad Villella, the three members of the filmmaking group Radio Silence (Ready or Not, V/H/S, Southbound). And today brings a brand new image from the upcoming movie.
How do you hype the release of a TV show based on one of the biggest flops (and cult comedies) of all time? Well, how about with a trailer that’s not actually a trailer, and instead takes the guise of a six-and-a-half-minute fake news report filled with profanity, violence, and an explainer on how to perform an “upper decker”?
Some movies leave you wanting to talk about the quality of the acting, but with House of Gucci, it feels more appropriate to discuss the amount. Even spread over an exorbitant two hours and 37 minutes, Ridley Scott’s second film in two months has more acting by volume than any other theatrical release this year. Its most prolific source is Jared Leto, who’s been encased in latex to play Paolo Gucci, the corduroy-loving lesser scion who tries to launch his own Gucci fashion line. It’s the rare performer who manages to out-big Al Pacino, but in scene after scene, Leto makes the acting legend, cast as Paolo’s father, Aldo, look downright restrained in his choices and his interpretation of an Italian accent. Pacino will do things like tell Jeremy Irons, playing Aldo’s brother and Gucci co-owner Rodolfo, “You need to deal with your saaahn!” and it comes across as a totally normal line-reading compared to Leto’s later singsong declaration that “My father is 70, he’s no spring CHEEECKEN.” When the two are together onscreen, their indulgences actually block each other out in an effect that’s probably a lot like the technology behind noise-canceling headphones. It frees your gaze to wander over the settings they’re in, which are usually rife with the kind of high-end ugliness that only the very rich can achieve.
Game of Thrones star Iwan Rheon is swapping the skin-flaying for some good old Christmas cheer next month alongside Slumdog Millionaire's Freida Pinto. Set to premiere on Sky Cinema and NOW on Friday, December 10, his musical movie A Christmas Number One puts the former Ramsay Bolton actor in the role of thrash-metalhead Blake Cutter, who's convinced by his niece Nina (News of the World's Helena Zengel) to write a Christmas tune.
The new trailer for Netflix's comet-crashing dark comedy "Don't Look Up" has us very excited. While Netflix has had some hit and miss success with projects it's distributed — some of the more dire examples include "Another Life," "The Cloverfield Paradox" and "Io" — we have thoroughly enjoyed others, including the vastly underrated satire "War Machine" and the epic comedy "Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga." Check out our guide to the best space movies and TV shows on Netflix for more.
Don’t call it a comeback, because Freddie Prinze Jr. has been here for years. However, there’s something new on his resume that hasn’t been there since the aughts.
Last month, Netflix confirmed that Prinze Jr. would star opposite Aimee Garcia for director Gabriela Tagliavini in an as-yet-untitled project, marking his return to a top billed acting role, and in a holiday romantic comedy at that. When news broke, fans went wild because it had been years since Prinze Jr. signed on for such a starry role after building an impressive resume early in his career with I Know What You Did...
When does Scream 5 come out? Ghostface returns for another instalment in the horror movie series, once again stalking Woodsboro for Sidney Prescott and anyone unlucky enough to be around her. Thankfully, some of Sidney’s old friends, and a few new ones, are around to help ward off yet another copycat killer who’s watched too many scary movies.
It feels like there has been so much SCREAM content lately promoting the new movie, whether it is a new trailer, a poster, or a new image, Ghostface has kept bringing us demented joy this holiday season. The only thing the film has not received is an official rating, but that all changed today as SCREAM is officially rated R for “strong bloody violence, language throughout and some sexual references.”
The CW has released a trailer for "Chapter Ninety-Nine: The Witching Hour(s)", the fourth episode of Riverdale's "Rivervale" event. The episode will feature the long-awaited crossover with Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star Kiernan Shipka, who is expected to reprise her role as Sabrina Spellman. The crossover was first confirmed earlier this year, after years of fans wanting to see it happen. This also serves as the first addition to Sabrina's canon since her eponymous Netflix series debuted its final batch of episodes late last year.
Franchise mainstays Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette are all fronting new posters for the fifth Scream movie. In an mysterious touch each of them is holding up the Ghostface mask - which is part of a disguise used by various murderers in the franchise. All three of their...
Paramount Plus has unveiled an official trailer for the “Yellowstone” prequel series “1883.”
“1883” follows the Dutton family as they embark on a journey through the Great Plains toward the last bastion of untamed America, offering audiences a stark retelling of western expansion and a study of one family fleeing poverty to seek a better future in America’s promised land, Montana.
The trailer opens with a shootout in a field, and as it comes to a close, John Dutton (Tim McGraw) says to two nearby men, “So y’all just sit and watch? Thanks for the help.” The trailer continues as you follow...
We recently told you that the Foo Fighters, the incredibly popular rock band fronted by Dave Grohl, are starring in a brand new horror-comedy titled Studio 666, directed by Hatchet III filmmaker BJ McDonnell and filmed in secret during the pandemic. Open Road Films has acquired the film, and they’ll be releasing the mayhem into theaters on February 25, 2022.
The trailer for The Morning Show's Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Selma star David Oyelowo's new BBC series, The Girl Before, has finally been released and we think we speak for everyone when we say we're seriously excited. Based on the bestselling novel by JP Delaney, the twist-filled limited series follows a...
The Scream franchise returns to theaters on January 14, 2022. The filmmaking team this time around includes directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillett, as well as executive producer Chad Villella, the three members of the filmmaking group Radio Silence (Ready or Not, V/H/S, Southbound). We’ve got a new set of character posters today, courtesy of Collider.