The most anticipated film of this year Angel Has Fallen has recently fired up the internet with its new trailer. It is the sequel to hit action films Olympus Has Fallen and London Has Fallen. The lead character Mike Banning played by Gerard Butler will be seen as a secret service agent, yet again showing his faithfulness towards his job.In the trailer Mike Banning must save the new US President Allan Trumbull played by Morgan Freeman. We see that, Trumbull is promoting Mike to Secret Service Director. However, in a sudden turn of events, Banning is set up to look like he has attempted to assassinate the president. From the first glimpse of the movie fans can prepare themselves for an action-packed
David Bowie's life could be turned into a film by legendary documentary maker Asif Kapadia. The director and his partner James Gay-Rees are currently in talks with Bowie's US lawyer. Speaking in Cannes, James tells me: “He said before he died: 'Don't ever give permission to make a documentary'. “But I think with time it might happen. I have had contact with his long-term lawyer. They are very like 'there's no rush'.” Asif, 47, and James previously said they would “kill” to make a film about the late singer's life but believed it couldn't happen. Now James is more hopeful. He adds: “We are really lucky to get some wonderful opportunities. “There are lots of people in America who want [that] property.
"The movie we chose to award for this 10th edition of the Queer Palm is not only a lesbian story but, above all, an incredible film for cinema," read a statement from the Jury. Céline Sciamma's Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Portrait de la jeune fille en feu) received this year's Queer Palm prize. The jury, which was presided by actress Virginie Ledoyen and composed of director Claire Duguet, comedian Kee-Yoon Kim, and directors Marcio Reolon and Filipe Matzembacher, gave the following statement: "The movie we chose to award for this 10th edition of the Queer Palm is not only a lesbian story but, above all, an incredible film for cinema." The statement continued, "The jury was struck by the director's
Popular actors Shakib Khan and Bobby starrer flim, Nolok is set to be released during Eid ul Fitr. Actor Bobby was looking forward to inviting her father to the film's premier. However, with the recent sad demise of her father, Bobby's dream will remain unrealized for eternity. While talking to Star Showbiz, Bobby said, “I wanted my father to watch Nolok; I wanted to take him to the premier. This is the kind of movie one enjoys with the family. But my dream now will never come true.” Nolok, directed by Sakib Sonet, also stars, Kolkata's Rajatava Dutta, Tariq Anam Khan, Omar Sunny and Moushumi, among others. The film has been produced by Be Happy Entertainment.
Actor Daniel Craig is to undergo a minor ankle surgery after receiving an injury during filming of the latest James Bond flick. The 51 year old was filming an action sequence on location in Jamaica. Production will continue while Craig is rehabilitating for two weeks post-surgery. The untitled movie remains on track for the scheduled release date in April 2020. Referred to by the working title Bond 25, the film is Craig's fifth outing as Britain's most famous fictional secret agent. Meanwhile, the Bond team was spotted in Kingston last evening shooting scenes for the upcoming film.
Actor Katrina Kaif has shared a brand new clip from her upcoming film, Bharat. The video also features the film's male lead, actor Salman Khan. In the clip, Katrina and Salman are seen sitting outside a restaurant. She mentions how she is of the marriageable age now and has grown fond of him. Salman, who apparently plays a man of few words in the film, could only nod with a smile and say, 'Ji, madam sir'. She asks him 'Toh shaadi kab karni hai,' which knocks the wind out of his lungs and he chokes on his food. The video then shows clips from the song Aithey Aa from the film. How will Salman react to the proposal? In the film's trailer, we see him turning around right after this scene to watch
Detailed Findings & Methodology Despite little screen time or relevance to the story's plot, some characters become strong fan favorites. One example is Mon Mothma. First appearing in “Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi,” Mon Mothma speaks just a few lines of dialogue as she briefs members of the Rebel Alliance on plans to attack the Death Star. While Mothma has only 127 words of dialogue, something about her character captivated audiences, leading to her being featured in Episode III — although the scene was deleted from the theatrical release — and in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” Other examples of beloved minor characters include Boba Fett and Lando Calrissian. Many of the most popular
Clint Eastwood is headed back to his longtime home Warner Bros, which has picked up the director's The Ballad Of Richard Jewell, the project that had been set up at Disney-Fox and that Deadline told you last month Eastwood was helming next. The film is being produced by Appian Way’s Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson, […]
This Netflix-streaming thriller is pulpy, bloody, batshit crazy — and taps into something deeper than your average revenge flick
I'll do my best to try and paint a picture of film, digital and television producer Effie T. Brown, but it's hard to do with just words. Brown is the reason Podcasts were invented, meaning that her tone often reveals what she's really saying versus what you just heard her say. She's one of us. Brown sounds like one of us and what I mean by that is that you feel that you know her because you do rather know so many strong Black and Brown women like her that listening to her speak—a mile a minute—feels like home. Gotta love this new world of instant access where a Google search is as automatic as, say, waking up and brushing your teeth. In my search to learn more details about Effie T. Brown, I
Are you ready for the weirdest movie of the summer? Legendary FX Master Gabe Bartalos is back with a hallucinatory horror trip like no other with the definitely strange and sometimes downright shocking horror experience Saint Bernard. This is Bartalos' second directorial feature, jumping behind the camera for the first time since his 2004 cult favorite Skinned Deep. But Bartalos is perhaps better known as the horror master behind the FX in some of the biggest horror franchises of all-time, with his movies including Gremlins 2, Leprechaun, Dolls, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives and so many more. Bartalos brings back his old friend Warwick Davis from the Leprechaun
CANNES, France (AP) — Whether or not Quentin Tarantino wins the Palme d'Or this year, at least he's not coming home without a trophy. The director of the Cannes Film Festival entry “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” scooped up the top prize at the Palm Dog Awards. The awards are handed out annually to the canine stars — and human directors — of the festival's most dog-centric flicks. Tarantino surprised audience members Friday when he turned up to receive the trophy — a red dog collar — in person. He cheered pit bull Brandy, which is owned by Brad Pitt's character in the film. “I want to dedicate this to my wonderful actress Brandy. She has brought the Palm Dog home to America,” Tarantino said.
LOS ANGELES, May 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Kindness Films today announced that "Look Me in the Eye," a new song from the singer-songwriter team of Glen Philipps (Toad the Wet Sprocket) and Jason Karaban (Ani DeFranco, Sara Watkins) and inspired by the upcoming release of the documentary FREE TRIP TO EGYPT, will be available for free download beginning May 28 at www.freetriptoegypt.com. "Look Me in the Eye" was recently recorded by an impressive collection of singers, recording artists and studio musicians at the famed Boulevard Recording studio in Los Angeles, with lyrics that touch on the film's themes of civility, deep listening and authentic, compassionate conversations.