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‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Trailer: DiCaprio, Pitt, Robbie and More Star in Quentin Tarantino’s New Film

Quentin Tarantino is back, and he’s brought one hell of a cast with him. Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood goes back to LA the summer of 1969, with the specter of the Manson Family lurking in the background. Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt lead a lineup that includes Margot Robbie, Al Pacino, and Luke Perry, in his final role. Watch the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood trailer below. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Trailer Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has to be the most anticipated ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, La, Los Angeles, Sony, Timothy Olyphant, Leonardo-DiCaprio, Brad-Pitt, Charles Manson, Manson Family, Movie Trailers, Quentin-Tarantino, Damian Lewis, Margot Robbie, Burt Reynolds


‘Game of Thrones’ Writers Defend Last Season’s Controversial Pacing Choices

For the first several seasons of Game of Thrones, the show made a point to take things slowly in terms of travel, establishing huge distances between its major cities and building the reality of its fantasy world by having characters traverse those distances across long stretches of episodes. But in season 7, it was as if the show mounted an ACME rocket, lit the fuse, and hung on for dear life as it rocketed forward at a breakneck pace. Now some of the folks involved with creating the show have...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Fantasy, Adaptation, Game Of Thrones, Entertainment Weekly, Dave Hill, Dan Weiss, Alan Taylor, Action/Adventure, Bryan Cogman, Jacob Hall


‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel Cast Adds ‘Harry Potter’ Veteran Miranda Richardson

HBO’s Game of Thrones prequel cast is getting a little dose of magic. Harry Potter veteran Miranda Richardson, who played gossip columnist Rita Skeeter in two Potter films and one theme park attraction, is the latest to head to Westeros – but she’s not the only Wizarding World alum who’s crossed over between franchises. TVLine reports that English actress Miranda Richardson (The Crying Game, Sleepy Hollow, the TV miniseries Merlin) has been cast in the prequel to HBO’s mega-hit fantasy serie...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Drama, Casting, Fantasy, Harry Potter, Game Of Thrones, Merlin, Jim Broadbent, Orange, Martin, East, Richardson, George R R Martin, New Black, Westeros


‘Olympic Dreams’ Review: A Look at Love in the Olympic Village [SXSW]

While on the phone with her coach, Winter Olympics athlete Penelope (Alexi Pappas) rambles about her training and her hopes for the competition. “I hope that I really feel like an olympian when I’m done,” she says with nervous energy. That’s the theme of Olympic Dreams in a nutshell: feeling like an olympian means going for the gold, by any means necessary. In both Penelope and Ezra’s (Nick Kroll) case, it’s their friendship that makes them evaluate what the gold/goal is for them – and ho...
Tags: South Korea, Movies, Drama, Features, Movie Reviews, Nick Kroll, Sxsw, Penelope, Ezra, Pyeongchang, Film Festivals, Pappas, Alexi Pappas, Featured Stories Sidebar, Jeremy Teicher, Olympic Dreams




‘Lucy in the Sky’ Trailer: Natalie Portman Goes to Space and Back in Noah Hawley’s Directorial Debut

“You got to see the vast celestial everything and it blew your mind, so now nothing makes sense.” Lucy in the Sky questions what happens when astronauts experience something literally out-of-this world, and return to Earth and all its humdrum activities. The feature film from Legion and Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley, making his directorial debut, looks as cerebral and trippy as that experience would be, anchored by a tremulous performance by Natalie Portman. See the Lucy in the Sky trailer below...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Earth, Jon Hamm, Movie Trailers, Fox Searchlight, Noah Hawley, Natalie-Portman, Dan Stevens, Lucy, Legion, Portman, Nowak, Hamm, Hawley


Gegege no Kitarou Has a Murderous Development

The action-heavy 6th season of Gegege no Kitarou has had a rather shocking development in its 47th broadcast, with things starting off rather standard as the usual characters encounter another otherworldly being causing mischief – but concluding with a shocking scene that (supposedly) spells death for one beloved character. Omake:
Tags: Drama, Anime, Toei, Image Gallery, Gegege no Kitarou


Showtime’s ‘Halo’ TV Show Brings On a Second Showrunner

The history of a Halo adaptation is rife with stops and starts, but it seems as if Showtime is finally going to bring the popular video game to the small screen – and they’ve hired a second showrunner to do it. Steven Kane (TNT’s The Last Ship) is joining original showrunner Kyle Killen to tackle the premium channel’s “most ambitious series ever,” and you can read on to learn why this show requires two people to lead the charge. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Steven Kane (The Last Ship...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Drama, Halo, Robin Hood, Sci-fi, Showtime, Rupert Wyatt, Adaptation, Video Game, Damon Lindelof, Kane, Carlton Cuse, Budapest Hungary, Weiss


Former SLIPKNOT Member Defends Chris Fehn's Lawsuit; Corey Taylor Says He's Wrongfully Accused

Former guitarist Donnie Steele checks in with his opinion. The post Former SLIPKNOT Member Defends Chris Fehn's Lawsuit; Corey Taylor Says He's Wrongfully Accused appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Drama, Slipknot, Corey Taylor, Chris Fehn, Donnie Steele


Hans Zimmer is Scoring ‘Dune’, Which Has an Official Synopsis and A Possible New Cast Member

Aside from John Williams, Hans Zimmer is in a rarified group of modern film composers who have celebrity status and widespread recognition based on their names alone. Zimmer is an Oscar winner who’s crafted scores for films like The Lion King, Thelma & Louise, Gladiator, Inception, and dozens more, and now he’s adding another sci-fi notch to his belt: Zimmer will provide the Dune score for Denis Villeneuve‘s upcoming movie adaptation of the classic Frank Herbert novel. Production has begun on t...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Casting, Sci-fi, Oscar, Adaptation, Paul Lambert, Brian Eno, Ang Lee, Antonio Banderas, Warner Brothers, Remakes, Zimmer, Anderson, Denzel Washington, Dune


See the First Poster for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio look lean, mean, and a little Photoshopped in the very first Once Upon a Time in Hollywood poster, which gives us a new look at Quentin Tarantino‘s highly anticipated film. The duo take center stage in the poster, which will be Tarantino’s ode to the year 1969, a year of great political and cultural upheaval in the U.S. – and the year of the Manson Murders. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Poster Hollywood. 1969. #OnceUponATimeInHollywood pic.twitter.com/1CRSi...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Sony, Leonardo-DiCaprio, Brad-Pitt, Quentin-Tarantino, Poster, Burt Reynolds, True Story, Tarantino, Pitt, Dalton, DiCaprio, Reynolds, Smokey


‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 2’ Trailer: Being Wicked Never Felt So Good

Just like magic, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is back in no time at all with its second season. Or rather, part 2 of the Netflix teenage fantasy-drama series, based on the streaming service’s confusing labeling of its recent original shows. But you know who’s not confused? Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka), who has fully embraced the wicked side of herself and is exploring her identity and relationship with Satan — as well as her romantic relationships with poor ex-boyfriend Harvey Kinkle (Ross Lynch)...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Fantasy, Earth, Teen, Netflix, Harvey, Blackwood, Greendale, Sabrina, TV Trailer, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Harvey Kinkle, Sabrina Kiernan Shipka, Harvey Kinkle Ross Lynch


‘Creed 2’ May Have Almost Featured Another Cameo…By Apollo Creed’s Ghost?

Creed II continues the legacy connection to the classic Rocky franchise by having Michael B. Jordan‘s character Adonis Creed face-off with Viktor Drago (Florian Munteanu). He just so happens to be the son of Rocky Balboa’s dangerous opponent Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren), the man responsible for the death of his fellow boxer Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers). But instead of only continuing the legacy of Creed, it apparently almost featured an appearance by Apollo Creed himself in the form of a ghost. ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Sports, Sequels, Nielsen, Sylvester-Stallone, Brigitte Nielsen, Creed, Warner Brothers, Michael B Jordan, Apollo Creed, Carl-Weathers, Dolph Lundgren, Lundgren, Brigitte, Ludmilla


Sword Art Online Alicization Takes a Dramatic Turn

Less focus has been placed on the nude woman in Sword Art Online Alicization‘s latest broadcast, instead providing more combat scenes as some heart-rending tragedy occurs, definitely having dedicated watchers on the edge of their seats… Omake:
Tags: Drama, Anime, MMORPG, Sword Art Online, Oppai, Image Gallery, A-1 Pictures


Bloody Brawl Ensues During DROPKICK MURPHYS' St. Patrick's Day Show

What kind of St. Patrick's Day celebration would it be without a little blood? The post Bloody Brawl Ensues During DROPKICK MURPHYS' St. Patrick's Day Show appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Drama, Dropkick Murphys


Domestic na Kanojo Unbelievably Amorous

Romance and raunchiness have once again played a part in Domestic na Kanojo, as the anime’s two delightful maidens have gotten into heated moments both erotic and emotional with the main male protagonist, though some may be more enamored with the sexier scenes… Omake:
Tags: Romance, Drama, Anime, Bathing, Oppai, Image Gallery, Maids, Kanojo, Diomedea, Domestic na Kanojo


‘The OA Part II’ Early Buzz: Season 2 Doubles Down On the Crazy Ambition That Made Brit Marling’s Netflix Series So Weird and Wonderful

When Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij debuted their passion project The OA on Netflix in 2016, critics raved about the dizzying, dazzling, divisive sci-fi series that followed a young blind woman who returned after a mysterious disappearance with her sight restored. New episodes never debuted, leaving only a legacy of controversy and the memory of a weird modern dance scene in its finale. But now the series has returned, and it is as bonkers as ever. The long-awaited second season of The OA, or ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, San Francisco, Netflix, Brit Marling, Indiewire, Batmanglij, Phyllis Smith, OA, The Buzz, The OA, Zal Batmanglij, Marling


‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Teaches a Masterclass About Writing a Great Death in “Project Daedalus”

Can Star Trek: Discovery not destroy my soul every week? While the show has done its best job of keeping tension and emotions high, this week’s episode, “Project Daedalus,” is the season’s saddest and most intense yet. At the same time, it was also a masterclass of how to write a great death. As we’ve seen already multiple times, Season 2 has made it a point to show up Season 1 in terms of characterization, storyline, and overall depth of meaning, and this week’s sad death continues tha...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Star-Trek, Features, Spock, Cbs, Michael, Control, Chris Pine, Kirk, Rhys, Tyler, Pike, Starfleet


Apple Orders ‘Pachinko’ TV Series Adaptation from ‘The Terror’ Showrunner

Apple is adding to its impressive oeuvre of forthcoming original titles with a series order of a Pachinko TV series based on Min Jin Lee‘s bestselling novel of the same name. The multigenerational saga of a Korean family that migrates to Japan in the 20th century is a moving, sprawling dramatic epic that already piques interest because of its unique focus on the Korean immigrant experience in Japan. But throw The Terror co-showrunner Soo Hugh‘s name in there, and you’ve got our attention. De...
Tags: Apple, Japan, Television, Movies, Drama, Amc, Korea, Lee, Hugh, Dome, David Kajganich, Soo Hugh, Pachinko, Min Jin Lee, Sunja, Media Res Hugh


‘Captive State’ Co-Writer Erica Beeney Discusses the Influence of History [Interview]

Captive State is a sci-fi thriller that moves like clockwork. Director Rupert Wyatt‘s film always maintains its propulsion without any redundancies or large chunks of tedious exposition. Like the characters trying to start an uprising in a world dominated by aliens, Wyatt and co-writer Erica Beeney always keep their story moving. Compared to other bloated or gigantic alien invasion movies, Captive State is a refreshingly minimalist and stripped down sci-fi movie. Similar to Wyatt’s Rise of the ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Interviews, Sci-fi, America, John-Goodman, Rupert Wyatt, Mulligan, Focus Features, Goodman, Manchurian Candidate, Wyatt, Screenwriting, Featured Stories Sidebar, Captive State, Erica Beeney


‘Adopt a Highway’ Review: An Honest, Open-Road Ballad About Life’s Unpredictability [SXSW]

Actor Logan Marshall-Green ’s directorial debut Adopt A Highway feels tailor-made for Austin’s South by Southwest Film Festival. It has nothing to do with horror, mind you, despite Blumhouse’s production banner. What could double as an acoustic country ballad whispers a nomad folk tale about one simple task: getting by. Indie bloodlines run through Marshall-Green’s jailhouse poetry without overly romanticized narratives, more appropriately about passing moments than revelations. It’s about mu...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, America, Austin, Movie Reviews, Ethan Hawke, Anna, Sxsw, Independent, Jason Isbell, Tony, Hawke, Russell, Ella, Blumhouse


‘Blade Runner 2049’ Hologram Ana de Armas is Going ‘Blonde’ as Marilyn Monroe

Director Andrew Dominik (Killing Them Softly, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford) has been trying to get the Marilyn Monroe biopic Blonde off the ground for nearly a decade. Now that the project is set up at Netflix, it sounds like it’s finally going to happen, and the woman who will bring the blonde starlet to life has finally been chosen (again). Blonde currently has Blade Runner 2049 star Ana de Armas in early talks to play Marilyn Monroe, the wildly popular actress o...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Casting, Netflix, Marilyn Monroe, Danny Boyle, Brad Pitt, Ryan Gosling, Naomi Watts, Rian Johnson, True Story, Watts, Monroe, Marilyn


Now Stream This: ‘Free Solo’, ‘The Aviator’, ‘Triple Frontier’, ‘Christopher Robin’ and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Need something to stream today, this weekend, or even beyond? Good, you’ve come to the right place. This week, we have a nerve-wracking documentary; one of the best Scorsese/DiCaprio collaborations; a bunch of burly men firing guns; some wonderful Gerard Butler trash; a creepy kid; a one-room thriller; a tradionally animated epic; a kind-hearted fa...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Documentary, Horror, Boston, Ben Affleck, Disney, Tom Hanks, Netflix, Egypt, Animation, Adaptation, Leonardo Dicaprio, Scorsese


‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Runtimes Confirmed, Final Four Episodes Will Essentially Be Short Movies

Game of Thrones is going out with a bang. Word came out earlier this week that the first two of the final six episodes of the acclaimed fantasy series would only last about an hour, but now HBO has officially confirmed that the final four episodes are going to give fans super-sized episodes that will basically last as long as a short movie. Find out the Game of Thrones season 8 episode lengths below. HBO has released the dates and runtimes of all six episodes of the final season of Game of T...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Fantasy, Adaptation, Game Of Thrones, Alfred Hitchcock, Wolf, Action/Adventure


BEASTARS PV Embraces the Inner Beast

Anthropomorphic animal series BEASTARS has divulged the 2nd PV for its upcoming anime, with its debut likely to generate a wealth of furry-based fan erotica as well as extensive Twitter ramblings celebrating the “inclusivity” of the series. The PV shows off the anime’s 3D CG as well as its seemingly bestial nature: The first, similar […]
Tags: Drama, Anime, Orange, Furries, PV, 3D CG, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Beastars


‘One Day at a Time’ Cancelled By Netflix, But is Searching For Another Home [Updated]

Update: Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, who loudly voiced his support for Brooklyn Nine-Nine when that show was cancelled (and then appeared on it when it was picked up by a different network), is now putting that same fervor into saving One Day at a Time. Hey @nbc…I hear you like comedies with built-in fan bases that do even better on YOUR network than at their previous homes…#saveODAAT https://t.co/5bIQYexpDz — Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) March 14, 2019 Not over by a long shot....
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Norman Lear, Netflix, Sony, Norman, Sony Pictures Television, Remakes, Hamilton, Vandal, Rita Moreno, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Lin Manuel Miranda, Lear


‘The Humans’ Movie Adaptation Enlists Richard Jenkins, Amy Schumer, Steven Yeun, and More

Hollywood mega-producer Scott Rudin is one of the few people who have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony award (EGOT), and he’s arguably as well-known for his theater work as he is for his movies. Now he’s combining those two mediums and producing a film adaptation of the Broadway play The Humans, and he’s secured an excellent cast to star. Richard Jenkins (The Shape of Water), Amy Schumer (Trainwreck), Steven Yeun (Burning, The Walking Dead), and more are on board. Keep reading to learn abou...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Casting, Amy Schumer, Richard Jenkins, Broadway, Adaptation, Philadelphia, Stephen Karam, A24, Scott-Rudin, Aimee, Erik, Moma


A ‘Forrest Gump’ Bollywood Remake Is In The Works – Could It Actually Work?

Forrest Gump is running over to India. The Tom Hanks-starring Oscar winner is getting a Hindi-language remake courtesy of Bollywood, following a long tradition of Hollywood movies that have gotten a Bollywood remake or knock-off. The Forrest Gump Bollywood remake will be titled Lal Singh Chadha and is set to star Indian superstar Aamir Khan. Like Forrest Gump’s famous catchphrase, you really don’t know what you’re gonna get in the world of movie news. In this case, it’s a Forrest Gump Bollyw...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, India, Alabama, Tom Hanks, Khan, Robert Zemeckis, Mumbai, Bollywood, Paramount, Remakes, Viacom, Aamir Khan, Forrest-Gump


‘One Day at a Time’ Cancelled By Netflix, But is Searching For Another Home

After three seasons, the Netflix series One Day at a Time has officially been cancelled by the streaming service. But this may not be the end of the road just yet: Sony Pictures Television, which produced the show, is planning to try to find a new home for it. One Day at a Time, a modern revamp of producer Normal Lear‘s show from the 1970s, has a passionate fanbase, and for good reason: it was one of the few shows that finished 2018 with a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. But it seems as if th...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Norman Lear, Netflix, Sony, Norman, Sony Pictures Television, Remakes, Vandal, Rita Moreno, Lin Manuel Miranda, Lear, One Day At A Time, Netflix/Streaming Video


‘Five Feet Apart’ Review: A Romance That Aims For Tears By Sacrificing Everything Else

Haley Lu Richardson has “up-and-coming movie star” written all over her, from her innate charm to her high-wattage smile, which she puts to excellent use in the sappy star-crossed romance Five Feet Apart . Richardson, who established herself with her impressive work in The Edge of Seventeen , Columbus , and Support The Girls , has an undeniable charisma that ensures her performance here is something truly special. The film surrounding Richardson, unfortunately, ends up being so mawki...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Youtube, Features, Movie Reviews, Jane The Virgin, Columbus, Will, Cw, Stella, Richardson, Justin Baldoni, Rafael, Haley Lu Richardson, Sprouse, Featured Stories Sidebar