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.
The actor tiptoes around the casting controversy that has surrounded the "Fantastic Beasts" installment.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the second Fantastic Beasts movie, recorded the lowest ever opening for a movie in the Harry Potter series ever in the US over the weekend.
While we still know very little about the last installment in D.B. Weiss and David Benioff’s HBO fantasy series, Tuesday’s big premiere date news prompted TheWrap to start rounding up the precious few details that are available regarding how all of this ends. Based on multiple social media posts shared by the cast, including Maisie Williams — who was the last woman standing on set — the show finished shooting in Belfast in July. Emilia Clarke: “It f–ed me up,” the actress told Vanity Fair.
Paramount Pictures is in early negotiations with Chris Pratt to star in a movie reboot of “The Saint,” two decades after Val Kilmer’s thriller and 50 years after Roger Moore’s TV series. Pratt’s deal is not closed. He became a worldwide star after headlining Disney-Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” movies and “Avengers: Infinity War” (2018) and its […]
Rebel Wilson has lost an appeal to keep the majority of a massive payout in a defamation lawsuit against magazine publisher Bauer Media.