Anne Hathaway stars as Rebekah Neumann in WeCrashed. The new eight-episode limited series, which Hathaway is also an executive producer for, is based on the hit Wondery podcast WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork. The first three episodes will be released this Friday, March 18 on Apple TV+.Continue reading “Anne Hathaway Discusses Her New Series, ‘WeCrashed’”
Apple TV+ has just shared the teaser trailer and premiere date for WeCrashed, which is a new limited series based on the Wondery podcast WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork. The talented cast includes Jared Leto, Anne Hathaway, Kyle Marvin, America Ferrera, and O-T Fagbenle. The first three episodes will premiere on March 18.Continue reading “Check Out the Teaser Trailer for ‘WeCrashed’ Starring Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway”
Amazon Prime Video revealed images from their highly anticipated Amazon Original anthology series Solos today.
Created by David Weil, the series stars Academy Award-winning actors Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway and Helen Mirren, Emmy Award-winning actor Uzo Aduba, Nicole Beharie, Anthony Mackie, Dan Stevens, and Constance Wu.Continue reading “Amazon Prime Video’s ‘Solos’ Set to Premiere in May”
Last week, Halloween came a bit early, as Warner Bros. brought the big screen home with The Witches on HBO Max. The highly anticipated retelling of the classic Roald Dahl book enchanted viewers and showcased that director Robert Zemeckis, and executive producers Guillermo Del Toro and Alfonso Cuaron, as well as Oscar-winning stars Anne Hathaway and Octavia Spencer, have exactly what it takes to make an old classic feel fresh and fun! However one of the biggest surprises the film had to offer was the discovery of its breakout young performer, Jahzir Bruno, in his debut film role!Continue reading “Movie Magic with ‘The Witches’ Star Jahzir Bruno”
For any Roald Dahl fan who grew up in the ’90s, the original The Witches starring the incomparable Anjelica Huston, was a staple of cinematic Halloween entertainment, serving as one of the best (if not the best) Dahl adaptations ever, as well as a traumatic nightmare of kid-friendly terror that was as horrifying as it was wonderful!Continue reading “New Trailer for ‘Roald Dahl’s The Witches’ Magically Appears”
In the past few years, reboots have become as ubiquitous as Marvel sequels. It feels like every week a new reboot gets announced. On TV, there’s Will and Grace, Fuller House, and the now-cancelled Roseanne. In film, there’s been 21 Jump Street, The Mummy, yet another Spider-Man reboot and of course, Ghostbusters. It’s hard not to compare Ocean’s 8 to the plethora of reboots that have come down the pipeline. But I can safely say that Ocean’s 8 is exactly what it needs to be. It’s fun, campy, silly, and suave. Every actress was perfect and absolute in the roles. And in so many ways, it checked all the boxes of a good heist film: good tricks, intricate plans, and unexpected plot twists.
I watch, I drink, I spit hot fire. Yup, you guessed it, spoilers ahead.
Colossal checked off a lot of boxes for what I would theoretically enjoy in a movie. Directed by Nacho Vigalondo, it is often funny, surprisingly dark, and an inventive new take on kaiju movies. I like all those things. The lead, Gloria, is easy to root for as played by star Anne Hathaway. And Jason Sudeikis impresses as Gloria’s friend and eventual foil, Oscar. For about half of the movie, I found this all very enjoyable.
Over the weekend, Christopher Nolan’s space epic Interstellar opened with a $47 million weekend — coming in second place behind Disney’s animated Marvel adventure Big Hero 6 — and ended up being a mixed bag for most viewers and critics, alike. A lot of folks loved it, but there were many more who thought otherwise.
Personally, there were isolated moments that blew my mind, especially when projected on a six story IMAX screen. This is clearly Nolan’s most ambitious project, and I admired his willingness to go big and heady for each scene. Unfortunately, those scenes didn’t add up to a whole, and I found the movie’s last act was emotionally distant (when it wasn’t supposed to be) and rang false and unearned (which is how I feel about the third act of most of Nolan’s movies, actually).
Anyway, there is one nerd whose opinion of Interstellar I was most curious about. Last year, Tyson was responsible for one of the more infamous twitter rants ever when the Oscar-winning Gravity was wowing audiences, Tyson once again took to twitter to share his thoughts on Interstellar.
Today is actually the first day you can see Christopher Nolan’s latest magnum opus Interstellar, that is, if you have an IMAX theater nearby. About a month ago, Paramount Pictures announced it would be opening Interstellar three days early on 70mm IMAX screens so that viewers who wanted the immersive experience could get it ahead of everyone else. For those of us not lucky enough to live in a region serviced by a real IMAX theater, don’t despair, we can still get our tickets to Interstellar now for the traditional November 7 opening.
After the jump, we’ll fill you in on how you can get a free movie ticket from Fandango and as well as a chance to take a ride on your own rocketship!