Reshoots are underway for Marvel Studios' Secret Invasion, the Disney+ spy thriller starring Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson). Described by the studio as a crossover event series set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the cast features a who's-who that includes the shape-shifting Skrull Talos (Ben Mendelsohn), former high-ranking S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders), CIA Agent Everett Ross (Martin Freeman), and War Machine (Don Cheadle). After debuting its first footage at San Diego Comic-Con in July — and releasing the Secret Invasion trailer online during September's D23 Expo — the espionage series is undergoing standard reshoots.
In Goldfinger, Sean Connery’s James Bond once joked that drinking champagne at the wrong temperature was “as bad as listening to the Beatles without earmuffs.” So, basically, 1964 Bond had terrible taste in music or something. And yet, the music that pervades the James Bond films — from the scores by John Barry, David Arnold, and Hans Zimmer to the showstopping title songs from pop icons like Paul McCartney, Louis Armstrong, Shirley Bassey, Adele, Tina Turner, and Billie Eilish — all add up to some of the greatest cinematic music of all time. Is there a best Bond song? What about a best Bond orchestral track? A new documentary might help you decide!
Meet Cute director says there's 'a big piece' of stars Kaley Cuoco and Pete Davidson's true selves in the movie
Meet Cute, which recently premiered on Peacock, isn't your typical rom-com. In the film, Sheila (Kaley Cuoco) goes on a first date with Gary (Pete Davidson) over and over and over again, all thanks to...a time-traveling tanning bed. And that's not the only way it veers off the rom-com path: On a more serious note, Sheila and Gary are working through various forms of trauma. Director Alex Lehmann (Paddleton) speaks to EW about taking inspiration from pain and using it to create a new kind of romantic comedy that seems fitting for 2022.
Is Rachel Brosnahan going from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Since 2020, the House of Cards alum and Mrs. Maisel Emmy winner has been named by fans as a candidate to play Susan Storm, the Invisible Woman, in Marvel Studios' Fantastic Four reboot. Recent online rumors claimed a shortlist includes such contenders as Lily James (Pam & Tommy), Amanda Seyfried (The Dropout), Phillipa Soo (Hamilton), Saoirse Ronan (See How They Run), Vanessa Kirby (The Crown), and Jodie Comer (Free Guy). Responding to the Fantastic Four casting rumors, Brosnahan told Entertainment Tonight:
The cinema discourse equivalent to the age-old taunt of “my dad could beat up your dad!” must be “my favorite horror movie icon could beat up your favorite horror movie icon!” It’s inevitable that such a competition would cross people’s minds. How many times can you watch these masked killers slice and dice hordes of people before you start to wonder “who could take them down in a duel?” The tantalizing possibilities behind such a query fueled the creation of the 2003 movie Freddy vs. Jason, which pitted horror icons Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger against one another. It would seem like a movie pitting these two icons against each other would be such a recipe to print money that it would get greenlit right away. But it took years and years for this production to finally carve its way to the big screen.
Nancy Cartwright is a major name in voice acting, and although she's played many iconic characters, she is best known for bringing Bart Simpson to life in The Simpsons. Most recently, Cartwright took her talent to the drive-thru and ordered Starbucks using Bart's voice. She shared the experience and the...
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Hope you’re ready to see a lot more of Grace Van Dien. She already had quite a bit of experience before playing Chrissy, but when you book a show like Stranger Things, your star is bound to soar, and soar it did — big time. While Chrissy is highly unlikely to return in Stranger Things 5, Van Dien is keeping mighty busy elsewhere with a slew of other upcoming projects, including her new feature film Roost directed by Amy Redford.
“Legally Blonde” is now legal…but Reese Witherspoon apparently didn’t think the film would spur two sequels back in 2001. Ahead of “Legally Blonde 3,” penned by Mindy Kaling, longtime Witherspoon collaborator Andy Tennant revealed the Emmy and Oscar winner didn’t anticipate the massive success of the Harvard Law School-based fish out of water rom-com. “I had lunch with her not that long before I turned in the ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ script,” Tennant told Insider as part of a “Sweet Home Alabama” 20th anniversary oral history. “We were just catching up and I asked, ‘What have you been up to?’ And she said, ‘I...
Religious movies have been around for a while since religion predates cinema by a very big stretch. But religion in the movies has almost always been a touchy subject since trying to represent one group or another since there’s such a huge margin for error that can lead to one offense or another. What’s interesting about any movie that deals with religion in any way is that it often shines a light on the subject and even makes people think about their beliefs in very profound ways. Those who are rock solid in their beliefs often tend to make light of such movies or offer their own opinions using their own experience to view such movies. There’s nothing wrong with these stories, though some might feel the need to correct them from time to time since Hollywood does put their own spin on a lot of different tenets of religion, much to the enjoyment of some and the consternation of others.
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