With the overwhelmingly positive reception its fantastical trailers have gotten, and the fact that J.A. Bayona’s A Monster Calls is set to premiere next week at the Toronto International Film Festival, Focus Features has moved the film’s release date from October to December, possibly to give it a better chance at competing during awards season.
Austin Powers in Goldmember is not a very good movie. Most of the jokes, when there are jokes at all, are callbacks to the previous two Austin Powers. Whole scenes consist entirely of co-writer/star Mike Myers riffing, usually with himself, about random subjects like moles or poop. The plot barely exists; its time-travel component makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Goldmember is the cinematic equivalent of a cubic zirconia. It bears all the superficial features of a movie. But something, something crucial yet invisible, is missing. There’s basically no reason to watch it — except one, and that’s the movie’s big plot twist which, 13 years later, became the big plot twist in Spectre.
Just because the world is pretty well accustomed to the handsomeness of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, doesn’t mean Sherlock fans mind seeing those dapper devil all made up. So it is in our latest Season 4 image, as the dynamic detective duo solve crime with steely blue gazes.
The latest HBO press conferences came and went without any significant update on a Deadwood revival, but even if HBO hasn’t yet read any of David Milch’s scripts, star Kim Dickens has. The Fear The Walking Dead lead teases new scenes that the Deadwood creator previewed for her, including a brand-new top hat.
The Showtime shuffle of moving Homeland to January 2017 gave Shameless a chance to return early, and only months from the Season 6 finale, our first Season 7 trailer is here. The Gallaghers are picking up the pieces of Fiona’s non-wedding in our first look, complete with a brand-new poster.
Based on their short film Bag Man, Kin will be directed by brothers Jonathan and Josh Baker, and has already signed on Dennis Quaid. According to The Hollywood Reporter, James Franco, Jack Reynor, and Zoe Kravitz have joined the cast of the sci-fi tale about an ex-con (Reynor) and his adopted brother who are on the run from nefarious beings. The brothers will have to escape a vengeful criminal played by Franco and find a mysterious weapon.
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