Reeves and Winter appeared as part of the remote graduation ceremony for students at San Dimas High School.
Emma Fogarty, who has a disorder known as butterfly skin, is trying to complete 36km to mark her 36th birthday later this month.
Undaunted by mixed reviews and falling box office, Sir Ridley thinks there's still plenty of 'Alien' stories to tell.
Boyega received support from across Hollywood after voicing concerns his career would be harmed by speaking out.
Only one in five British people say they are willing to go to movie theaters when they first reopen in July, according to new research. However, three out of four say they would want to go back to cinemas eventually, but only after social distancing and rigorous cleaning is apparent. U.K. cinema owners are pinning […]
McQueen's new movies honor "black people that have been murdered, seen or unseen, because of who they are."
In a 1967 episode of the original Star Trek, William Shatner’s Captain Kirk is buried under a large pile of tiny, furry space critters known as Tribbles. Because Star Trek had a special effects budget made up of, at best, some old packing materials and $30 worth of sticky-back plastic, only a few of the creatures were able to animatronically move. The rest just sat there on Shatner’s shoulders, small balls of fluff we had to imagine were somehow sentient. Star Trek was cheap. People still loved it.The same amount of money it cost to produce a classic episode of Star Trek could probably get you Jennifer Aniston’s right arm in today’s television landscape. Forget the Golden Age of TV; we are squarely in the age of Too Expensive TV. Pricey movie stars dominate our small-screen casts, sets are elaborate, concepts bloated, and every new television series looks as if it cost the GDP of a small country. The only problem? Most of them are terrible.
She said the cast would be more diverse and the film would have a different perspective.
There was a full six years between record-breaking, Oscar-winning animated movie Frozen and its sequel Frozen 2, an unusually long wait for a movie that made over $1.2 billion at the box office.
'The Australian Dream' is a theatrical feature documentary that uses the remarkable and inspirational story of AFL legend Adam Goodes as the prism through which to tell a deeper and more powerful story about race, identity and belonging.MyMovies, trailer, 2020, Documentary, Daniel Gordon
Guided by a chorus of film critics, scholars, and fervent devotees, Jeffrey McHale's documentary explores the legacy and broader implications of 'Showgirls', while diving into its cultural inspirations as well as its place in Verhoeven's filmography.MyMovies, trailer, 2020, Documentary, Jeffrey McHale
The character of Batwoman won't be recast, following news that actress Ruby Rose won't be returning for a second series of the CW show.
Bad Boys For Life returns to the top of the Official Film Chart following its release on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD. Selling 62,000 copies, 62% of which are on disc, the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence-threequel knocks last week’s chart topper 1917 back to Number 2. Little Women reaches a new peak of Number 3 following its release on disc, as Onward drops one to Number 4. A brand new boxset featuring all three Bad Boys films (Bad Boys, Bad Boys II and Bad Boys For Life) makes its debut at Number 5. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker lands at Number 6, as Cats and Frozen 2 hold their positions at Numbers 7 and 8 respectively. A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood, the biopic of American TV’s Fred Rogers starring Tom Hanks, debuts at Number 9 this week. The film follows the timely story of beloved television personality Mister Rogers’s friendship with a sceptical journalist (Matthew Rhys), as his empathy and kindness teaches the writer to reconcile with his own past. Finally, Jumanji: The Next Level closes off the countdown at Number 10 in its ninth week. This week’s Official Film Chart features a preview of Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith in the acclaimed Queen & Slim, available now to Download & Keep, and to buy on DVD & Blu-ray from June 8.
Mission: Impossible 7 is planning to re-start filming in September, and Tom Cruise is making sure that everyone on-set is safe.