We are getting ever (never?) so close to the premiere of Netflix’s School for Good and Evil. Now, thanks to TUDUM, we get our first look at a scene from the movie! In this official clip, we see Sophie make her grand entrance. And no one makes an entrance like Sophia Anne Caruso!Continue reading “Watch Sophie Slay in this ‘School for Good and Evil’ Clip”
Yesterday, we shared a gallery of fresh images from Netflix’s forthcoming adaptation of Soman Chainani’s bestselling School for Good and Evil. Now, we get the first full trailer for the movie coming out just in time for Halloween.Continue reading “‘The School for Good and Evil’ Official Trailer is Here”
In just over a month, Evers and Nevers alike will finally get to see Soman Chainani’s The School for Good and Evil come to life in live action! To whet your appetite for the film’s debut, Netflix has released a slew of images from the movie! But if you want to go in completely blind, the pics might spoil some of the story elements. Be warned!Continue reading “Check out These First Look Images from ‘The School for Good and Evil’”
Evers and Nevers, rejoice! To close out Day 2 of Netflix Geeked Week, the cast and creatives behind the highly anticipated adaptation of Soman Chainani’s bestselling young adult book series gathered for a special panel and unveiled the teaser trailer!Continue reading “Netflix has Released ‘The School for Good and Evil’ Trailer”
Last Christmas really tried.
It really did.
It had the makings of a cute, cheesy Christmas romantic comedy. The film stars Emilia Clarke as a 20-something Londoner who lost her moral way after a life-changing surgery and Henry Golding as the man who helps her find her way back. It had the perfect cheesy formula and all perfectly wrapped during Christmas. The film even had a great supporting cast with Michelle Yeoh and Emma Thompson.
What many were hoping for a story similar to Love Actually (which Thompson also starred in) ended up with an awkward coming-of-age Brexit Christmas story.
So… The trailer for the new Ghostbusters film hit today. I am a really big fan of the original first film, and I enjoyed the much misunderstood second. I was really looking forward to this reboot. The new (all woman) cast looked stellar. I love the idea of an all-woman ghostbusting squad. I think there are opportunities for a completely different type of humor that would be a welcome relief from the smarmy, white guy charm of the original two films. I damn near broke my tablet trying to watch it.