In a mere two minutes, 'The Phantom Menace' trailer re-established the franchise's omnipresence for the next 20 years… and counting.
A production of Shrek The Musical has run into a discrimination row after a six-foot tall actor was hired as the play's 'vertically challenged' villain.
It looks like the third Sex and the City movie will never see the light of day, but while some cast-members are gutted about that, others... perhaps not so much.
EXCLUSIVE: Count Rebel Wilson in as part of Tom Hooper’s upcoming feature adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats for Universal and Working Title . Wilson will portray the old Gumbie cat Jennyanydots, who has a reputation for being lazy. In Cats lore she’s known to spend her days seeking out the warm and sunny spots where she sits, and sits, and sits, and sleeps as the hours tick by. But when the moon rises, she’s alive and bakes and fries, and teaches the mice…
'Three Identical Strangers' tells the astonishing story of three men who make the chance discovery, at the age of 19 that they are identical triplets, separated at birth and adopted to different parents. MyMovies, trailer, 2018, Documentary, Tim Wardle
Co-stars Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly, who play homage to two of cinemas greats in the film, present the trailer discussing all the all the great reasons to enjoy going to the cinema. From comfy seats, to endless snack options, the duo decide it’s experiencing unforgettable moments all together that makes watching films worth paying for. The Industry Trust’s consumer education campaign continues to deliver the core message – inspiring audiences to choose the big screen experience. Like the others in the Moments Worth Paying For series, the trailer directs audiences to the industry-funded film search engine, FindAnyFilm.com, which signposts legal content sources, so they can book, buy and watch at their convenience. Entertainment One’s Stan & Ollie is coming to UK cinemas on 11 January, 2019.
Classic rom-com Four Weddings and a Funeral is heading to the small screen, and with a pretty major twist up its sleeve. Hugh Grant’s character, the posh, blinky singleton Charles, will instead be played by a woman – notably US comedian Jessica Williams, who’ll play protagonist Jess. Airing as a series on US streaming service Hulu, and per The Hollywood Reporter, Jess is a ‘young communications director’ working in politics who heads to London from New York for the wedding of an old college friend.
Steve Binder, the director of the infamous Wookiee-fueled variety show, which aired only once, fondly looks back.