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August 3, 2017

Read what THR’s critics are saying about the weekend’s new offerings. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

Halle Berry starrer ‘Kidnap’ and Kathryn Bigelow’s ‘Detroit’ are trailing behind holdovers ‘Dunkirk,’ ‘Emoji Movie’ and ‘Girls Trip.’ read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office

“Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal fail to find truth in the brutal Detroit.” The post Detroit Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Not only is Jessica Chastain one of the best actresses of her generation, what with her incredible turns in “Zero Dark Thirty” and “The Tree of Life,” among many other great performances, but she has also been an outspoken activist when it comes to the discrimination faced by women in Hollywood. One of the more important issues she has fought for has been equal pay in the industry, for which she had this to say just last year: ” “I think people know if they’re going to hire me I’m not going to just be grateful. Continue reading Jessica Chastain Slams CBS Over Lack Of Female Representation at The Playlist.

“Mom, I want the world to hear my voice!” Up for another singing competition movie? Bollywood is ready to launch a guaranteed hit with the movie Secret Superstar, about a 14-year-old girl from Baroda who dreams of being a singer. It’s not often we feature trailers for Bollywood movies, but I thought we’d make an exception for this one, especially considering it opens the same day in India as it does in the US later this October. Zaira Wasim stars as Insiya, with Meher Vij, Raj Arjun, Tirth Sharma, Kabir Sheikh, Farrukh Jaffer, and Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan. This actually looks fun, but it’s still another one of these singer-must-overcome-her-family stories we’ve seen many times before. English subtitles included. Here’s the official trailer (+ poster) for Advait Chandan’s Secret Superstar, from YouTube (via Deadline): Secret Superstar traces the journey of Insia (Zaira Wasim), a 14 year old girl from Baroda, whose dream of becoming a singer changes her life and the lives …

Universal had grand plans around this summer’s reboot of “The Mummy.” Alex Kurtzman‘s film was supposed to set up the studio’s own cinematic universe, officially titled “The Dark Universe” — having to do with the schlocky classic monsters that made the studio famous more than 70 years ago (“Bride of Frankenstein,” “The Invisible Man,” “Wolf Man,” “Dracula” and “Creature From the Black Lagoon.”) READ MORE: ‘The Mummy’: Gods & Monsters Can’t Save This Dreadful Dark Universe [Review] A-list stars were on board: Johnny Depp playing The Invisible Man, Javier Bardem was going to be Frankenstein‘s monster and Russell Crowe was tagged as Dr. Continue reading ‘The Mummy’ Director Alex Kurtzman Unsure Of His Dark Universe Future at The Playlist.

Want to see how Medusa‘s hair on Inhumans looks when it’s in motion? Why does Batman have The Flash‘s powers in a new DC Comics story arc? Did you know Emily VanCamp almost appeared as Agent 13 on Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD? Why doesn’t Spider-Man: Homecoming ever reference Uncle Ben …

It’s been over four years since Tina Fey and Robert Carlock‘s hit, Emmy-winning comedy series 30 Rock came to an end on NBC. Thankfully, their series The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt on Netflix has helped fill the void, but the network that turned Tina Fey into a star on Saturday Night …