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Game Night Review: A Tricky, Twisted Comedy Thriller Th…

One of the many perks of living in Los Angeles, aside from the weather, are the opportunities movie lovers are afforded, like a Tuesday night early screening of Game Night, plus a Q&A with star Jason Bateman and directors John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein. During the Q&A, one fan brought up how this movie, thankfully, gave hardly anything away with the trailers that debuted before the movie’s release, which was completely true, especially since the trailers focus on the straight-up comedy aspects of Game Night, as one would expectRead More


Game Night Review

Game Night throws darts at the board with unflinching consistency and lands maybe 75 percent of its punchlines. Source link قالب وردپرس


Of Course The Game Night Cast Had Game Nights, Here’s W…

21 minutes ago When taking on various roles, actors are often required to learn different skills and habits in order to best embody the characters that they play — and this even extends to silly comedies. Take, for example, the cast of the new movie Game Night. Prior to the making of the film, most of the stars didn’t really know each other, but they found a way to bond, and as you might have guessed, their chosen method was game nights. As I learned during the Los Angeles pressRead More


This Rotten Week: Predicting Annihilation, Game Night a…

Following a huge weekend at the box office for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Black Panther, we get another strong showing of flicks hitting theaters. Let’s take a look at Annihilation, Game Night and Every Day. It’s gonna be a Rotten Week! Source link قالب وردپرس


How Much Black Panther Made On Opening Night

It’s a very exciting weekend for fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Today brings the official debut of Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther, which will help expand the shared universe into the fictional country of Wakanda. After making a splash with his MCU debut in Captain America: Civil War, Chadwick Boseman is leading a fantastic cast of mostly black actors, and early reception for the film is almost universally positive. It was originally unclear how the less popular hero would fare at the box office, but it’s becoming clear that there’sRead More


New Infinity War Footage Drops Friday Night on Disney C…

It’s been 2 weeks since we last saw some new footage from Infinity War and fans have been not so patiently waiting for more ever since. As it turns out, those insatiable fans won’t have to wait very long to see some more since the Disney Channel has announced they will show a special look at the movie tomorrow night, Friday February 16th. It isn’t clear what we’re going to see, but it is being billed as an exclusive special look at Infinity War, which sounds like everybody should tuneRead More


The BFI announces Opening & Closing Night Galas of BFI …

Newsdesk The BFI is thrilled to announce the Opening & Closing Night Galas of the 32nd edition of BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival (21st March – 1st April at BFI Southbank). Tali Shalom-Ezer’s MY DAYS OF MERCY opens the Festival on Wednesday 21st March. Powered by stirring performances from Ellen Page (JUNO, INCEPTION & FREEHELD) and Kate Mara (HOUSE OF CARDS, THE MARTIAN), Shalom-Ezer’s follow up to PRINCESS is a poignant love story between two women from vastly different backgrounds and opposing political views. The European Premiere of SteveRead More


How Jesse Plemons Feels Now About Friday Night Lights’ …

If you were a fan of Friday Night Lights, you might remember that at the end of Season 1 Tyra was sexually assaulted and nearly raped by a stranger as she waited for Landry to show up for their study date in the Alamo Freeze parking lot one night. Landry showed up in time for the man to run off that night, but in the Season 2 premiere the same man has been following her and tries to attack Tyra again (as she waits for Landry…again). This time, Landry showsRead More


A unique reimagining of Macbeth for one night in cinema…

Newsdesk Entirely shot on green screen, Shakespeare’s Macbeth has been reinvented by director Kit Monkman (The Knife That Killed Me) in an exciting new film adaptation. Starring Mark Rowley, (The Last Kingdom, Luther) the film will be distributed by CinEvents as an exclusive, one night only, event cinema release on Tuesday 13th March 2018 in select multiplex & independent cinemas nationwide. Limited seats available for the world premiere at the PCC, London, Tuesday 6th March, 7.30pm. Please do get in touch should you be keen to attend.Monkman’s unique adaptation successfullyRead More


How Much Fifty Shades Freed Made On Opening Night

The box office should see a nice rebound this weekend now that the Super Bowl is over, with the previous two years jumping 90% and 150% respectively in the wake of the big game. While Fifty Shades Darker faced the tough competition of John Wick: Chapter Two and The Lego Batman Movie (which took #1), Fifty Shades Freed doesn’t have quite such stiff competition. Launching this weekend opposite the trilogy capper to the erotic series in a valiant attempt at counter programming are Peter Rabbit and The 15:17 to Paris.Read More