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Blue Bayou Review: An Urgent Immigrant Story Told With A Thoughtful, But Heavy Hand

"Where are you from?"It's a question that immediately puts Justin Chon's Antonio LeBlanc on edge, and which he avoids answering in his uneasy job interview in "Blue Bayou," Chon's third directorial effort. Antonio was born in Korea, but the only home he's ever known is the Louisiana backwaters. Adopted at three years old by white parents, Antonio spent his childhood jumping from foster home to foster home, until he built a family for himself with his loving, maybe all-too forgiving wife Kathy (a...
Tags: Reviews, South Korea, Movies, Korea, Louisiana, Vietnam, Alicia Vikander, Linda Ronstadt, Kathy, Jessie, Antonio, Vikander, Emory Cohen, Soderbergh, Blue Bayou, Mark O Brien


Justin Chon And Alicia Vikander Search For The Definition Of Home In Blue Bayou [Interview]

Justin Chon has come a long way since he wowed Sundance audiences with his 2017 film "Gook." The writer and director of "Blue Bayou" is many years removed from being "that funny Asian guy" from "Twilight" who directed and starred in the provocative black-and-white drama about two Korean-American brothers on the first day of the 1992 L.A. race riots. It wasn't long until Chon had firmly established himself as one of the exciting Asian-American indie filmmakers to watch, following up with the 2019...
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Netflix's Tomb Raider Anime Casts Hayley Atwell As Lara Croft

From one British heroine to the next. Hayley Atwell is no stranger to portraying gun-wielding action heroes thanks to her turn as Peggy Carter in the lovely "Captain America: The First Avenger," her tragically short-lived ABC series "Agent Carter," and most recently reprising her role in the world of animation with the first episode of "Marvel's What If...?" series on Disney+. Between that and a handful of other roles, Atwell has proved to be an exceedingly capable voice actor (a completely diff...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Abc, America, Netflix, Angelina Jolie, Tomb raider, Grey, Alicia Vikander, Hayley Atwell, Carter, Atwell, Sonja, Peggy Carter, Lara Croft


Surprise! Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander welcome first child together

Surprise! Famously private couple Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender have welcomed their first child together.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender welcome baby after four years of marriage

Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender have confirmed the happy news that they have...
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Surprise! Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander welcome first child together

Surprise! Famously private couple Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender have welcomed their first child together.        [Author: USA TODAY]
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Will There Be A Sequel To Mortal Kombat? Here's What We Know

(Welcome to Will There Be a Sequel?, a series where we answer that question and explore what comes next.)Ahem. "MORTAL KOMBAT!!!" Okay, now that I have your attention, let's ask an important question: Will there be a "Mortal Kombat 2"? The recent "Mortal Kombat" reboot from Warner Bros. was a financial success, and the filmmakers spoke of potential sequels in the run-up to release. But nothing has been officially confirmed just yet. So the question remains: are we getting "Mortal Kombat 2," or h...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Wikipedia, Netflix, New Orleans, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Alicia Vikander, Don, Kevin Feige, Paul W S Anderson, James Wan, SlashFilm, Wan, Joe Taslim


Movies To Watch If You Loved The Green Knight

The pandemic kept fans from seeing "The Green Knight" for well over a year after its planned premiere at the 2020 SXSW Film Festival was canceled. And now, filmmaker David Lowery's distinctive, striking take on the tale of Sir Gawain belongs to the fans. Though it presents Arthurian legend in a light that feels fresh and exciting, "The Green Knight" is by no means the first film to take a crack at bringing the fabled mythology to the big screen -- nor is it the first time that the ace filmmaking...
Tags: Movies, Disney, America, David, Mtv, Monty Python, Dragon, Charles Dickens, Armando Iannucci, Heath Ledger, Colin Farrell, Henry Cavill, Spielberg, Jackie, Armie Hammer, Dev Patel


‘The Jessica Simulation’ Sounds Like Someone Decided to Take ‘Black Mirror’ a Bit More Seriously

You know you’ve got a hot property when it sparks a bidding war among seven different companies in Hollywood. That’s the case with “The Jessica Simulation: Love and Loss in the Age of A.I.” It’s a San Francisco Chronicle article that just went viral within the last month, and Universal Television has now scooped up the rights to it, with an eye toward developing it into a limited series. If you’re of the Black Mirror persuasion, the plot might remind you of the episode, “Be Right Back,” starrin...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, News, Nbc, San Francisco, Star Trek, Scarlett Johansson, Black Mirror, Joaquin Phoenix, Spike Jonze, Alicia Vikander, Yourtango, Domhnall Gleeson, Hayley Atwell, Jessica


‘The Green Knight’ Ending Explained: David Lowery Turns to a Martin Scorsese Classic to Conclude His Thoughtful Fantasy Epic

The Green Knight has been out for over a week now, so I think it’s safe to start talking about the film’s beautiful, bewitching ending. I’ve seen some proclaim the finale to be “confusing,” but I respectfully disagree. Director David Lowery cloaks the final moments of his fantasy epic in mystery, but everything you need to truly know is there, waiting for you. And it helps if you’ve seen a particular Martin Scorsese movie, too. Spoilers for The Green Knight follow.  The Green Knight For Th...
Tags: Movies, Features, Jesus, Scorsese, Dev Patel, Joel Edgerton, Alicia Vikander, Martin Scorsese, David Lowery, Morgan, Arthur, Judas, Great Hall, Fay, Lowery, Lancelot


The Best Alicia Vikander Movies And How To Watch Them

From epic dramas to one of the most inventive sci-fi films in recent memory, these are the best Alicia Vikander movies.
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A Chat with Green Knight Star and Geek God Ralph Ineson

Ralph Ineson is at it again. The actor who io9 named as having the “World’s Greatest Geek Acting Career” thanks to his involvement in basically every single major geek franchise of the past 20 years is currently working on another one. While promoting his new film, The Green Knight, Ineson mentioned to io9 that he’s…Read more...
Tags: Science, Doctor Who, Disney, Albums, Harry Potter, David Tennant, Sherlock, Lucasfilm, Dev Patel, Joel Edgerton, Alicia Vikander, David Lowery, Alexander, 9, Pete, Germain Lussier


New Locarno Chief Adds Genre Twist to Arthouse Mix

The Locarno Film Festival, long known as a safe haven for indie cinema, is taking a turn into genre territory while remaining true to its origins. “People know what the mission is for Locarno,” says the fest’s new artistic director Giona A. Nazzaro, referring to the prestige of the event — the 74th edition runs […]
Tags: Global, Spotlight, Alicia Vikander, Locarno, Locarno Film Festival, John David Washington, Giona A. Nazzaro






‘The Green Knight’ Star Alicia Vikander on Playing Dual Roles and Delivering a Defining Monologue [Interview]

There aren’t that many female characters in Gawain and the Green Knight, the epic 14th century poem on which David Lowery‘s The Green Knight is based. There is one significant role: that of the lady of the mysterious castle Gawain stumbles upon during his journey to meet his fate by the Green Knight’s hands, but she is less a character than a source of temptation — one of the many mystical obstacles that Gawain must overcome in order to prove his honor and chivalry. So how does Alicia Vikander,...
Tags: Movies, Features, David, Alicia Vikander, David Lowery, Vikander, Lowery, Green Knight, Gawain, Esel, David -LSB- Lowery


‘The Green Knight’ Review: A Mesmerizing, Sexy Epic That Feels Unlike Anything You’ve Seen Before

Nature will have its way, one way or another. Whether it’s by some natural disaster or by the inevitable passage of time, nature will conquer and return all things to the dust from which it came. In The Green Knight, the infinite mysteries of the natural world are reframed in an Arthurian retelling so strange and so seductive that it’s hard to stop the film from taking hold inside your brain and burrowing itself underneath your skin until your veins turn into roots and your blood changes to wat...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Features, Green, Camelot, Dev Patel, Joel Edgerton, Alicia Vikander, David Lowery, HARRIS, Arthur, Vikander, Patel, Lowery, Dickie, Sarita Choudhury


‘The Green Knight’ Review: Dev Patel Is a Fellowship of One in David Lowery’s Somberly Majestic Medieval Death Trip

It’s tempting to think of the first “Star Wars” movie as ground zero for the new era of popular culture. (You might say that the 21st century began, in spirit, the day “Star Wars” opened.) But part of the primal power of George Lucas’s sci-fi landmark is that it represented a kind of dawn-of-the-digital-age, joystick-happy […]
Tags: Reviews, George Lucas, Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, David Lowery, The Green Knight


The Green Knight review: Dev Patel takes a magical and masterly quest

David Lowery’s complex, visually sumptuous and uncommercial tale of Arthurian legend revels in upending expectationsEqual parts folk, prog rock and metal, The Green Knight takes place at the inflection point when one version of the old world was supplanted by the next. In David Lowery’s liberty-taking interpretation of the character’s 14th-century origin poem, the headstrong yet not-quite-valiant Sir Gawain (Dev Patel, superb) traverses an England caught between the mystical pagan religions and ...
Tags: England, Film, Culture, Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, Martin Scorsese, David Lowery, Arthur, Lowery, Green Knight, Drama films, Action and adventure films, Gawain Dev Patel


Game of Thrones' House of the Dragon Star Teases What Fans Can Expect From the Prequel

Greg Nicotero gives an unsurprising update on Todd McFarlane’s Spawn reboot. John Carpenter seems to be testing the waters for more of Snake Plissken’s story. New looks at and The Green Knight plus a fresh look at Titans. Spoilers away!Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Disney, It, Noah, David Cronenberg, Game Of Thrones, Ruby, David Fincher, Damon Lindelof, Dexter, Joe, Vincent, Alicia Vikander, John Carpenter


Blue Bayou: Release Date, Cast, Trailer and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) With theaters reopening and blockbusters slated to take over the summer, there’s a chance smaller releases may get lost in the shuffle. But the upcoming film Blue Bayou is exactly the kind of moving indie drama that deserves to be remembered. Below is everything you need to make sure you catch Blue Bayou later this year. Blue...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Sydney, Louisiana, Charles, Wendy Wu, Alicia Vikander, Peter, Beckett, Mark O'Brien, Blue Bayou, Chon, Justin Chon, Vondie Curtis Hall, Kim Roth, Justin Chon Blue Bayou


The Green Knight Clip Features Dev Patel and Alicia Vikander

A24 has released a new The Green Knight clip from David Lowery’s long-delayed medieval fantasy film, based on the timeless Arthurian legend. The video, which you can check out below, features Dev Patel’s Sir Gawain as he gets a cold wake-up call from Alicia Vikander’s character, who dumps a bucket of water on him.  The film is currently slated to debut in theaters next Friday on July 30. Its theatrical release sees The Green Knight going up against two competitors in the form of Disney’s live-ac...
Tags: Video, Movies, Drama, Matt Damon, Disney, Ridley Scott, A24, Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, David Lowery, Arthur, ComingSoon, Movie News, Ralph Ineson, Noomi Rapace, Lowery Toby Halbrooks


‘The Green Knight’ Clip and Posters Are All About How Sexy Dev Patel Is

Well, you can’t say that A24 doesn’t know their own audience. When it comes to The Green Knight, all of Film Twitter is, well, atwitter about the next movie from filmmaker David Lowery. The indie studio, meanwhile, tends to have its finger on the more mainstream pulse and has rightfully deduced that Dev Patel is and ought to be the star of the show. To mark the occasion, A24 has released a brand new clip from the rapidly approaching The Green Knight, as well as a fresh batch of new character po...
Tags: UK, Movies, News, United States, Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, David Lowery, Arthur, Collider, Patel, Ralph Ineson, Medieval Times, Green Knight, Gawain, Lowery The Green Knight


The Green Knight: Printable Posters Featuring Dev Patel’s Sir Gawain

A24 has released three new printable posters from the upcoming medieval fantasy epic The Green Knight, featuring Oscar-nominated lead Dev Patel (Slumdog Millionaire, Lion) as Sir Gawain. You can check out the posters below and download them by  clicking the link here ! You can call him Sir pic.twitter.com/Q6tW67MbR8 — A24 (@A24) July 22, 2021 RELATED: Dev Patel Accepts His Destiny in A24’s The Green Knight Trailer An epic fantasy adventure based on the timeless Arthurian legend, The Green...
Tags: Movies, Drama, A24, Dev Patel, Joel Edgerton, Alicia Vikander, David Lowery, Lowery, ComingSoon, Movie News, Ralph Ineson, Green Knight, Aaron L Gilbert, Sean Harris, Gawain, Barry Keoghan


‘The Green Knight’ Pulled From U.K. Theatrical Release Slot

David Lowery’s “The Green Knight,” starring Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander and Joel Edgerton, has been pulled from its scheduled Aug. 6 theatrical release in the U.K. at the last minute. The A24 and Bron Studios film by writer-director David Lowery (“A Ghost Story”) was due to be released by Entertainment Film Distributors. Variety understands that […]
Tags: News, Global, Dev Patel, Joel Edgerton, Alicia Vikander, David Lowery, Bron Studios, The Green Knight, Dev Patel Alicia Vikander, U K Theatrical Release Slot, Entertainment Film Distributors Variety


Adria Arjona, Carrie Brownstein, Jerrod Carmichael Among Five Cast in Alicia Vikander HBO Limited Series ‘Irma Vep’

HBO has added five actors to star alongside Alicia Vikander in the upcoming limited series “Irma Vep,” Variety has learned. Adria Arjona (“6 Underground,” “True Detective”), Carrie Brownstein (“Portlandia,” “Transparent”), Jerrod Carmichael (“The Carmichael Show,” “Ramy”), Fala Chen (“The Undoing,” “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”), and Devon Ross will all star alongside […]
Tags: Hbo, News, Alicia Vikander, Jerrod Carmichael, Irma Vep, Shang Chi, Adria Arjona, Devon Ross, Carrie Brownstein Portlandia


Justin Chon Could Direct Himself and Alicia Vikander to an Oscar Nomination for the Timely ‘Blue Bayou’

The lovechild of passion and talent, Justin Chon’s “Blue Bayou” — a lyrical and emotional portrait of identity and family — is a piece that drums up lots of support within the film community, general audiences, and the Academy Awards in various branches. Leaving you in a puddle of tears by the end credits, the […]
Tags: Awards, Alicia Vikander, Focus Features, Blue Bayou, Justin Chon


‘Blue Bayou’ Review: Justin Chon’s Blunt-Force Melodrama Takes on the Injustices of America’s Immigration System

To New Orleans family man Antonio LeBlanc (Justin Chon) and everyone close to him, he’s as American as the tattooed eagle spreading its wings defiantly across his throat, down to his lived-in Southern drawl acquired over more than three decades. To ICE authorities, however, he’s nothing more than a Korean immigrant with a criminal record […]
Tags: Reviews, America, Festivals, New Orleans, Cannes film festival, Alicia Vikander, Blue Bayou, Justin Chon, Antonio LeBlanc Justin Chon


Blue Bayou Trailer: Justin Chon & Alicia Vikander Star in Timely Immigrant Drama

Focus Features has released the official Blue Bayou trailer for Justin Chon’s forthcoming drama feature, starring Chon and Oscar winner Alicia Vikander. The film just had its world premiere yesterday at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival. It is currently slated for a theatrical release on September 17. The video, which you can check out below, features a Korean-born American as his future gets threatened when an unjust police arrest leads to him discovering that the government wants to deport him ba...
Tags: South Korea, Video, Movies, Drama, Matt Damon, America, Brooklyn, Sydney, Louisiana, Alicia Vikander, Kathy, Focus Features, Mark O'Brien, ComingSoon, Chon, Justin Chon


Alicia Vikander in Trailer for Justin Chon's 'Blue Bayou' Louisiana Film

"Are we getting kicked out?" "Nah, baby girl, I ain't going nowhere…" Focus Features has unveiled the first official trailer for Blue Bayou, the latest film from acclaimed Korean-American filmmaker Justin Chon, known for his other award-winning films Gook and Ms. Purple previously. This time around, Blue Bayou is premiering at the prestigious 2021 Cannes Film Festival playing in the Un Certain Regard category (his last two films premiered at Sundance instead). It's currently set for a limite...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Louisiana, Alicia Vikander, Indies, Jessie, Vikander, Focus Features, Blue Bayou, To Watch, Chon, Justin Chon, Alicia Vikander Mark O Brien, Sydney Kowalske