Star Wars fans are now sitting in theaters and taking in the end of the Skywalker Saga with the release of The Rise of Skywalker. As a huge Star Wars fan my entire life, walking out of this film the first time has left me conflicted. The film is a mess of bad editing, pacing, […]
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Hitman’s Bodyguard is getting a sequel. The second film will again star Samuel L. Jackson, Ryan Reynolds, and Salma Hayek, playing the roles from the 2017 original. Patrick Hughes will also come back to direct. The first film was a surprise hit, grossing $177 million on a $30 million budget. Also joining the cast are […]
Daisy Ridley recently sat down for British GQ for a lengthy interview about fame, Star Wars, Star Wars fans, dealing with paparazzi, and so much more. It is a delightful read, except for the parts where she discusses a certain sect of Star Wars fan (you can read that interview here, highly recommend). As part […]
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has gotten around 15 posters so far, so what is one more? Disney has released a new poster to celebrate the IMAX version of the film, and to be honest it is the best one so far. The white border, the twin suns. I love how Kylo’s mask blends […]
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker opens in 30 days, and this morning the official Star Wars Twitter account revealed a bunch of character posters for the film. Characters featured include Rey, Kylo Ren, Finn, Poe Dameron, Jannah, BB-8, C-3PO, Lando, R2-D2, Chewbacca, Zorii Bliss, and the new droid D-O. Many other characters could be […]
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is out in a little over a month, and the cast is making the rounds for the beginning of the promotional push. By far one of the most talked about images we have seen from the film so far was when Rey (Daisy Ridley) is shown in a dark […]
It’s a WEALTH of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker images today thanks to Vanity Fair and one of the best photographers in the galaxy, Annie Leibovitz. The upcoming summer issue of the magazine will be a celebration of Episode IX, and today’s first look included some beautiful on-set images, as well as first look […]
We all know how hardcore Disney and LucasFilm is about their no spoilers no NOTHING rule regarding Star Wars, and while we can’t blame them really, it does sometimes make it difficult to glean anything from involved parties during interviews. Fortunately for us, our friends over at Collider had a pretty fabulous interview with newcomer to […]
Now that Star Wars: Episode IX is filming, the rumormill is going absolutely insane. We have plenty of time to speculate, but sometimes it’s nice to hear a definitive “no” from an actor. One of the big rumors is that Richard E. Grant would be playing Grand Admiral Thrawn, who was last seen alive in […]
In a relatively new example of a television concept actually being exported from the U.S. to the U.K., Channel 4 will be remaking Showtime‘s Emmy-nominated series Web Therapy into the upcoming dark comedy Hang Ups. The six-episode series stars Stephen Mangan (Episodes) as Richard Pitt, a therapist at a personal and professional crossroads who begins treating […]
It appears Hugh Jackman‘s Wolverine will face Mr. Sinister in his final outing. Cinema Blend reports X-Men: Apocalypse director Bryan Singer let the detail about Sinister slip on the commentary track for the most recent X-Men picture. Specifically, the director mentioned the post-credit scene featuring a representative of the Essex Corporation obtaining a vial of […]
Though unconfirmed by HBO, Watchers on the Wall reports actor Richard E. Grant has joined the cast of Game of Thrones for its sixth season, per a look at his agency’s website. Grant has appeared in several shows including, Doctor Who and Girls, and had memorable turns in Spice World and Hudson Hawk. But is perhaps […]
Something to be thankful for. Franz Kafka’s It’s A Wonderful Life, the short film written and directed by Peter Capaldi, starring Richard E Grant, that won an Oscar for best short film back in 1994. Oh look, it’s on YouTube. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIBJFrRjl94[/youtube] And if that’s not enough, how about Capaldi’s first American chat show with his […]
Matt Smith and Jenna Louise Coleman have some white lies to tell you.
Much, much more.
Nose first into a big heap of suburban trashiness.
Also: Tom Ward will be in it.
Before this afternoon’s screening of Gnomeo and Juliet (which I enjoyed a fair bit, thank you very much) came a trailer for the big-screen version of Horrid Henry. Originally some kids’ books about an unruly yoot, then an animated TV show, it’s now a live action movie. Theo Stevenson is playing Henry while Anjelica Huston […]