Cameron's criticism of the superhero genre is an insult to the exciting and diverse storytelling coming out of the genre.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society director says it doesn't matter what size screen you watch a movie on.
Benedict Cumberbatch called his Sherlock co-star Martin Freeman “pathetic” for complaining about the attention from fans of the hit TV show. Cumberbatch plays Sherlock Holmes in the BBC drama, while Mr Freeman portrays his assistant, Dr Watson. In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, Cumberbatch disagreed, labelling his colleague's unhappiness "pathetic".
Minnesota high-schooler Katie Kelzenberg sent Johnson a video message via Twitter in which she asked him to be her date to the prom. Today, she got her response.
In 'I Feel Pretty', Amy Schumer stars as Renee Barrett - a woman who struggles with feelings of insecurity and inadequacy every day. After suffering a fall at a spin class, she wakes up believing she is suddenly the most beautiful woman on the planet. MyMovies, clip, 2018, Comedy, Amy Schumer, Emily Ratajkowski, Abby Kohn, Marc Silverstein, Michelle Williams, Rory Scovel
Student Savannah Lopett created the piece, and while her teacher may not have understood it, the internet certainly did.
When an international border dispute arises between the U.S. and Canada, the Super Troopers- Mac, Thorny, Foster, Rabbit and Farva, are called in to set up a new Highway Patrol station in the disputed area. Unconventional police work follows. MyMovies, trailer, 2018, Comedy, Jay Chandrasekhar, Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Paul Soter
The audience at a Tribeca Film Festival Q&A booed when Michelle Pfeiffer was asked how much she weighed to play drug addict Elvira, but they cheered when Al Pacino uttered Tony Montana's most famous line.
The Happy Prince , written and directed by, as well as starring, Rupert Everett, opens in cinemas across the UK on 15 June. The film had its UK premiere on 28 March as part of the BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival, following world and European premieres at the Sundance and Berlin film festivals. The final years of Oscar Wilde, and the ghosts that haunted him, are vividly evoked in Everett’s directorial debut. The film features a stellar supporting cast of British actors including Colin Firth (The King’s Speech, A Single Man), Emily Watson (On Chesil Beach, Gosford Park), Colin Morgan (The Fall, Testament of Youth) and Edwin Thomas (Endeavour). Building from his own 2012 lauded stage portrayal of Wilde in David Hare’s The Judas Kiss, Everett physically and emotionally embodies the literary genius as he lives out his last days in exile in Europe, in a performance described by critics as “flawless” and “the best thing Everett has done”. The film opens in Paris, where Wilde, by now in his forties, penniless and in poor health, is still reeling after being imprisoned in England for his love affair with Lord Alfred ‘Bosie’ Douglas (Morgan). Out of prison but a pariah, Wilde swings between grief and a determination to wrest whatever pleasure and beauty he can from the time he has left. His body ailing and heavy, his mind spinning, he survives by falling back on the flamboyant irony and brilliant wit that defined him. Everett’s Wilde is tortured but determined to remain true to himself. His thoughts are filled with love and betrayal and permeated with those closest to him: Bosie, his literary agent Robbie Ross (Edwin Thomas), his great friend Reggie Turner (Firth) and his estranged wife Constance (Watson). As the film travels through Wilde’s final act, and journeys from England to France and Italy, desire and loyalty face off, the transience of lust is laid bare, and the true riches of love are revealed. The Happy Prince will be released in cinemas on 15 June 2018 through Lionsgate UK.