August 9, 2017
Today in Movie Culture: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Goes Retro, ‘Annabelle’ vs. ‘Child’s Play’ and More
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Mashup of the Day: Josh Brolin plays Cable in Deadpool 2 and Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, so BossLogic shows us what he looks like as both characters at once: Titan from the future 😀 @VancityReynolds #Deadpool2 pic.twitter.com/WipLopBwWE — BossLogic (@Bosslogic) August 7, 2017 Music Video of the Day: Speaking of Thanos, here’s a music video for David Hasselhoff’s song from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, which features most of the cast: Retro Trailer of the Day: Speaking of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and retro visuals, here’s an ad imagining a VHS release for the Marvel sequel: Fake…Read More
Ryan Murphy talks story order and how homophobia contributed to the crime The post Ryan Murphy: The Assassination of Gianni Versace Will Be Told in Reverse appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Sony Pictures is getting their Spider-Man franchise spin-off Venom ready to go. Tom Hardy has been attached to the project as the title character for some time now, and Gangster Squad director Ruben Fleischer will be behind the camera for the film that is said to have no ties to …
“Where is the man with the hot dog?” There’s an odd little short film going around this week, debuted by GQ.com as part of their cover story on Robert Pattinson. The short film is called Fear & Shame and is written & directed by & starring Robert Pattinson. It is essentially just a 2.5 minute short about Pattinson running around New York City trying to find a hot dog to eat. He rambles on about fame and shame and fear and more while desperately trying to avoid the paparazzi. This doesn’t have too much going on in it, but it’s all from his perspective with some wacky voice-over, so why not enjoy. Plus, who doesn’t love NYC hot dogs? Thank you to GQ.com for posting this short. Original description: “Robert Pattinson takes us into a brief, desperate, hunger-filled moment in the life of Robert Pattinson.” Fear & Shame is both written and directed by actor Robert Pattinson, best known for the …
Tyrant’s Fares Fares and Good Girls Revolt’s Betty Gabriel also join the cast The post Westworld Casts Vikings Star Gustaf Skarsgard and More for Season 2 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The best TV show of 2016? Hands down for us it was Donald Glover’s “Atlanta” on FX, a series we described as “the most audacious, confident, visually striking and instantly quotable show of the past year.” So, it was rather heartbreaking to hear when Glover, who also has a music career, said he was busy and there probably wouldn’t be a second season of “Atlanta” any time soon. However, that’s changed. At the recent TCA conference, Glover, in attendance said more “Atlanta” is coming and he boldly predicted the new version will eclipse the first season. Continue reading Donald Glover Talks ‘Han Solo’ Directors “Divorce” & More ‘Atlanta’ at The Playlist.
“This is your life – what do you want to do?” Ambi Media Group and Spotted Cow Entertainment debuted an official trailer for an indie coming-of-age film called In Search of Fellini, which is indeed about a young woman’s search for Fellini. Ksenia Solo stars as a shy small-town Ohio girl who discovers Federico Fellini’s “delightfully bizarre films” (see IMDb) and sets off on a journey across Italy to find him. Along the way, she discovers herself and romance and tasty Italian candy and much more. The cast includes Maria Bello, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Beth Riesgraf, Andrea Osvárt, and David O’Donnell. This looks quite adorable, and cute, very much a film-lovers adventure, though it does seem a bit cliche with its story. Enjoy. Here’s the first official trailer (+ poster) for Taron Lexton’s In Search of Fellini, direct from YouTube: In this coming-of-age adventure, Lucy (Ksenia Solo), a shy small-town Ohio girl who loves movies but dislikes reality, discovers the delightfully bizarre …
The 1984 classic cyberpunk novel has won multiple awards The post Deadpool Director Tim Miller to Take on William Gibson’s Neuromancer appeared first on ComingSoon.net.