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With the trailer revealing a unique storyline to the classic movie, we are eager to see what kinds of twists and turns are in store for the story of The Invisible Man. To prepare ourselves for another year of reboots, we are taking a look at all of the upcoming remakes of some of our favorite classic titles!
Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Bombshell and Uncut Gems.
Rian Johnson's Knives Out is the perfect movie for Thanksgiving. Not only does it offer a great escape from your real family, but it satirizes everyone else's outstanding performance from its cast. Johnson has assembled one of the best casts, if not the best, of the whole year.
In the mysterious crime-drama Knives Out, described by Johnson as “an original, modern day American whodunnit,” esteemed English actor Daniel Craig stars as the inquisitive and debonair Detective Benoit Blanc who is mysteriously enlisted to investigate the death of renowned crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) at Thrombey’s estate shortly after his 85th birthday.
Whether you have actually seen it or not, The Blair Witch Project (1999) may be one of the most recognizable horror movies in the genre—and we may never see another movie quite like it again, or at least one that will draw as much panic and disturbance the way this movie did.
Ad Astra takes Brad Pitt on a journey to the stars, but is really much more concerned with the smaller, the quieter, the more internal parts of his life. And as a result, when James Gray's belated sci-fi drama comes to its close, audiences will be left with a lot of questions.
When it comes to the fall season, when the leaves start to change color and that cool chill hits the air yet again, there’s no better way to bring in the changing season than by curling up and putting on a good movie. Whether you’re looking for a profound story, a good laugh, or a nostalgic, seasonal classic, we’ve put together a short list of some of the best fall time movies to get you ready for this autumn season.
The Ad Astra cast consists of several top-tier actors and actresses, and they've come together to bring a new space movie to theaters. The Lost City of Z's James Gray directed the 2019 science fiction drama, and co-wrote the screenplay with Ethan Gross.
Ad Astra is this fall's big new sci-fi movie and is already garnering strong reviews, but what does the title mean? Directed and co-written by James Gray, with Ethan Gross also in charge of the script, Ad Astra stars Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones, Liv Tyler, Ruth Negga, and Donald Sutherland.
In Ad Astra we follow astronaut Roy McBride (Brad Pitt) as he travels into deep space to find his missing father, Clifford McBride (Tommy Lee Jones), who disappeared on a mission looking for extra-terrestrial intelligence and now, 30 years later, threatens the entire universe. Roy’s journey through the unforgiving solar system uncovers secrets that threaten human life on Earth as we know it and will challenge the nature of human existence and its place amongst the cosmos.
Directed by Rian Johnson (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), who has stepped away from the new Star Wars trilogy he’s developing, Knives Out came together last year and quickly attracted the attention of some of the biggest names in the industry, rendering a profoundly star-studded cast ranging from Hollywood veteran Christopher Plummer to up-and-coming actors such as Jaeden Martell (IT, IT Chapter Two). The remaining ensemble is comprised of movie icons Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, Toni Collette, and many more.
Having starred in countless movies, and as the recipient of two Academy Awards® for “Best Actress” in Blue Jasmine (2013) and “Best Supporting Actress” in The Aviator (2004), we were beyond excited to sit down with Cate Blanchett as well as the supporting cast and director of Where’d You Go, Bernadette.