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Dee Rees has been steadily shaking up the Hollywood film industry with her critically acclaimed work in films like “Pariah” in 2011 and HBO’s “Bessie” in 2015. She continues on her streak of critical successes with “…
The epic yet intimate “Mudbound” from director Dee Rees isn’t simply about an isolated, horrific event for a single black family or even a horrific period for black people in American history. By covering an oft-overlooked era and lif…
It’s also got a new title The post Winchester: The House That Ghosts Built Release Moved Up appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
This psychological drama hits theaters October 27 The post All I See is You Trailer with Blake Lively and Jason Clarke appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
In last year’s “The Ticket,” Dan Stevens plays a blind man, who wakes up one morning with the miraculous gift of sight. However, his ability to see the world with fresh eyes, soon finds him giving in to his selfish desires and ambitio…
The new thriller opens in theaters on October 27 The post The All I See is You Poster Featuring Blake Lively appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The thriller opens in theaters on October 27 The post The All I See is You Trailer Unravels a Perfect Marriage appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Before Blake Lively becomes a certified action heroine following 2016’s surprise, cultish hit “The Shallows” with the MMA fighter movie “Bruised”, she’s dabbling in the indie scene with the drama “All I See Is You.” Having premiered at TIFF last year, it got lost in the buzz for films such as “Moonlight”, “Lion” and “Moonlight”. Continue reading ‘All I See Is You’ Trailer: Blake Lively Gets Her Vision Back at The Playlist.
It’s the summer of ’69, but Senator Ted Kennedy (Jason Clarke) didn’t buy his first real six-string or start a band with the guys from school, as the Bryan Adams song goes. Instead, he’s still mourning the tragic killing of his brother Bobby Kennedy a year earlier, while mulling his own possible presidential run. To the latter end, he’s gathered together six of the “boiler-room girls” who worked on behalf of Robert Kennedy’s presidential campaign for a party. Continue reading ‘Chappaquiddick’: Jason Clarke’s Ted Kennedy Drives Into A Scandal [TIFF Review] at The Playlist.
“La La Land” and “Whiplash” director Damien Chazelle has, in a very short time, made a big name for himself as a filmmaker. Now, every project he creates will be automatically near the top of everyone’s “Must See” list. So, naturally, its exciting to see when he surrounds himself with some great actors for his upcoming film “First Man,” which tells the story of Neil Armstrong’s moon landing with Ryan Gosling attached as Armstrong. Continue reading Kyle Chandler, Corey Stoll & Jason Clarke Join Damien Chazelle’s ‘First Man’ Starring Ryan Gosling at The Playlist.