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Jennifer Hudson: Netflix’s Monster Is More Relevant By Releasing in 2021

Monster is now streaming on Netflix. Based upon Walter Dean Myers’ 1999 novel of the same name, it follows the trial of Steve Harmon, a model youth that gets accused of participating in an armed robbery that left a convenience owner dead. It’s up to the viewer and the jury to determine Harmon’s guilt with their own biases coloring their perception. Since Monster spotlights several systemic issues with the legal system and racism, star Jennifer Hudson, who plays Harmon’s mother, believes that th...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Netflix, Streaming, Hudson, Jeffrey Wright, Jennifer Hudson, Harmon, ComingSoon, Movie News, Walter Dean Myers, Kelvin Harrison Jr, Steve Harmon


Tom Welling Open to Play Superman Opposite Robert Pattinson’s Batman

BEGIN SLIDESHOW It has been over a year since Tom Welling made his long-awaited return to Smallville to reprise his iconic role as Clark Kent for the second part of The CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover event, and fans have been wondering if that is really the last time they’ll see Welling’s version of Clark Kent, especially when some fans of the superhero series were left disappointed because they didn’t get to see the actor don a Superman suit. In a previous interview with El Mundo...
Tags: Movies, Action, DC, Dc Movie News, Matt Reeves, Movie News, Robert Pattinson, Smallville, Superman, Tom Welling, Warner Bros


Interview: Jennifer Hudson and Jeffrey Wright Discuss Netflix’s Monster

ComingSoon.net Managing Editor Tyler Treese caught up with Jennifer Hudson and Jeffrey Wright to discuss their new film Monster, which is out May 7 on Netflix. Based upon the novel by Walter Dean Myers of the same name, it follows the trial of Steve Harmon, a model youth that gets accused of participating in an armed robbery that left a convenience owner dead. Hudson and Wright play Harmon’s loving parents that are put in every parent’s worst nightmare. RELATED: Monster Interview: Kelvin Harris...
Tags: New York, Movies, Interviews, New York City, Indiana, Netflix, Streaming, Hudson, Jeffrey Wright, Wright, Jennifer, JEFFREY, Jennifer Hudson, Harmon, Movie News, Walter Dean Myers


Monster Interview: Kelvin Harrison Jr. Discusses Playing Steve Harmon

ComingSoon.net Managing Editor Tyler Treese caught up with Monster star Kelvin Harrison Jr. to discuss the court drama, which is out May 7 on Netflix. Based upon the novel by Walter Dean Myers of the same name, it follows the trial of Steve Harmon, a model youth played by Harrison Jr., that gets accused of participating in an armed robbery that left a convenience owner dead. RELATED: Interview: Jennifer Hudson and Jeffrey Wright Discuss Netflix’s Monster Check out ComingSoon.net’s Monster Inter...
Tags: Movies, Nas, Netflix, Streaming, Jeffrey Wright, Steve, Jennifer Hudson, Movie News, Walter Dean Myers, Kelvin Harrison Jr, Steve Harmon, Harrison Jr, Tyler Treese


Proud of My Family’s Accomplishments

My family consists of two older brothers, Ed and Joe, and my sister Sonia (I am the youngest/the baby of the family) plus one niece, two nephews, and two great nieces and nephews.   My two brothers and my niece have recently had some big events in their lives, and I am proud to share their accomplishments.   My brother Joe Nahem, is a hugely successful interior designer, and his work has been featured in the top shelter publications such as Architectural Digest, the New York Times, a...
Tags: Travel, London, Robert Downey Jr, New York City, Events, Netflix, Spike Lee, Ed, Elle, Sarah, Jeffrey Wright, Malibu, Joe, Abrams, Jennifer Hudson, Sonia


‘The Batman’ Spin-Off Series Will Focus on James Gordon, Won’t Adapt ‘Gotham Central’

HBO Max’s yet-untitled The Batman spin-off series has been purported to be about Gotham PD for months now, with the corrupt police force at the center of the TV show. It was even assumed that fans would get something of an adaptation of the acclaimed comic series Gotham Central, written by Ed Brubaker and Greg Rucka, with that series’ diverse cast of characters finally getting their screen debut. But according to Brubaker, that won’t be the case. How do you make a Batman series without Batma...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Gotham, Idaho, Robert Pattinson, Batman, Warner Brothers, Jeffrey Wright, Kevin Smith, Gordon, James Gordon, Joe Barton, Dylan Clark, Brubaker, Matt Reeves


Netflix Debuts First Trailer & Key Art for Sundance Drama Monster

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Netflix debuts first trailer & key art for Sundance drama Monster It’s been three years since the John Legend executive-produced drama first debuted at 2018’s Sundance Film Festival and now Netflix has unveiled the first trailer and key art for the ensemble adaptation of the legal drama novel Monster. The trailer can be viewed below while photos and the key art can be viewed in the gallery at the bottom! RELATED: New Without Remorse Trailer Debuts Ahead of April Premier...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Chicago, Netflix, Streaming, John Legend, Wiley, Jeffrey Wright, Harlem, Golden Globe, Spades, Jennifer Ehle, Entertainment Studios, Anthony Mandler, ComingSoon, Movie News


‘The Batman’ Finally Wraps Filming and Director Matt Reeves Celebrates With an Image From the Set

The Caped Crusader’s COVID-troubled production has finally wrapped. The Batman director Matt Reeves announced the end of production following more than a full year of filming in the U.K. amid COVID-19 shutdowns and delays. The filmmaker marked the end of filming with an Instagram photo of his last day on set. Reeves announced that The Batman has officially wrapped filming as of March 13, snapping a pic from his last day on set and posting it on his Instagram and Twitter. “#LastDay,” the film...
Tags: Hbo, London, Movies, Instagram, Gotham, Robert-Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, Batman, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright, Alfred, Paul Dano, Reeves


How The Batman’s Matt Reeves And Jeffrey Wright Celebrated The End Of Filming

After a long road, Matt Reeves' The Batman has finally wrapped.
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Upcoming Jeffrey Wright Movies And TV: What If...?, The Batman, And More

Wait, Jeffrey Wright is playing James Gordon and Batman?
Tags: Religion, Batman, Jeffrey Wright, James Gordon


The Batman's Jeffrey Wright Is Also Playing Bruce Wayne, But Not How You'd Think

Jeffrey Wright will play Gordon in The Batman, but he also recently got a gig as the Dark Knight himself.
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Jeffrey Wright Will Play Batman in HBO Max’s New…Comedy Podcast?

The Caped Crusader? Nah, more like the Caped Comedian, star of a new Batman podcast being launched by HBO Max. No, this isn’t a joke, but a real thing being developed by the WarnerMedia streaming platform, set to star Jeffrey Wright as the Dark Knight himself. Wright is trading the signature Commissioner Gordon mustache for a cowl in Batman: The Audio Adventures, a new HBO Max podcast that offers a “comedic take on the Dark Knight,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Wright, who is set to ...
Tags: Spotify, Hbo, Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Podcasts, Gotham, Suicide Squad, Batman, Warner, Warner Bros, David Goyer, Jeffrey-Wright, Wright, Gordon, McNicholas


No Time to Die Delayed Again, Targets Fall 2021 Release

BEGIN SLIDESHOW No Time to Die delayed again, targets Fall 2021 release After being delayed a year from April 2020 to April 2021, MGM’s blockbuster 007 installment No Time to Die has now been delayed once again due to the current pandemic’s effect on theater attendance. The new release date shift places the film in the fall for an October 8, 2021 opening, where it will compete directly with Sony’s currently-scheduled Marvel movie Morbius. MGM’s own The Addams Family 2 is scheduled to ope...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, US, Sony, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Warner Bros, Ralph Fiennes, 007, MGM, Jeffrey Wright, Universal Pictures, Die, Tanner, Billie Eilish, Fukunaga


This Year’s Gotham Awards Spread the Love: ‘Nomadland’, ‘One Night in Miami,’ ‘Sound of Metal’ & More Win Awards

Awards season is unfolding a little later than usual this year thanks to the coronavirus pandemic shifting the windows for qualifying films into early 2021. That’s why movies like Nomadland and Minari, which you’ve seen pop up on various lists naming the Top 10 Films of 2020, aren’t getting wide theatrical releases until February. But the 30th Gotham Awards winners have just been announced, kicking off a season of accolades for the best films from last year. Who walked away with the big prizes?...
Tags: Viola Davis, Movies, Time, Awards, Gotham, Chicago, Miami, Steve McQueen, Jeffrey Wright, Chadwick Boseman, Indiewire, Ma Rainey, Jesse Plemons, Jessie Buckley, Riz Ahmed, Fourteen


‘What If…?’ Trailer Breakdown: A Journey Through Vast New Realities of the Marvel Universe

Disney dropped a new What If…? trailer during their huge Investor Day event, bringing us more footage of the animated series. Like the comics that inspired it, What If…? presents us with alternate realities; versions of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that are either slightly, or vastly different from what we’ve experienced in the films. It’s a great idea, and bringing in the MCU actors to voice their animated counterparts makes the whole endeavor even more enjoyable. Let’s dive into the trailer ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, America, Animation, Chris Pratt, Marvel Studios, Samuel L Jackson, Captain America, Jeffrey Wright, Hawkeye, Chadwick Boseman, Bradley, Toro, Peggy, Peggy Carter


‘What If…?’ Trailer: An Animated Look at an Alternate MCU

The Marvel What If…? comics were cool little diversions that asked questions like, “What if The Punisher Had Killed Spider-Man?”, and other non-cannonical scenarios. Now that concept has been grafted onto an animated series for Disney+. The What If…? series “explores what would happen if major moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe occurred differently.” Watch the What If…? trailer below. What If Trailer “Space. Time. Reality. It’s more than a linear path.” Ready to explore an alter...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Animation, Jeffrey Wright, Bradley, MCU, What If, Bryan Andrews


New The Batman Set Photos Reveal First Glimpse at the Batcave

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New The Batman Set Photos Reveal First Glimpse at the Batcave As production continues on The Batman, new behind-the-scenes photos from the UK set of director Matt Reeves’ highly-anticipated DC film have arrived online (via Daily Mail UK), featuring an aerial view of the film’s massive Gotham City sets which also provides us our first glimpse at the exterior of the new Batcave. Check out the full photos below! The Batman crew build a sprawling set to recreate Gotham City ...
Tags: UK, Movies, Gotham, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Warner Bros, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright, Alfred, Paul Dano, Charlie Carver, Reeves


‘The Batman’ Spin-Off Series at HBO Max Loses Showrunner Terence Winter

There’s trouble in Gotham City, and it would seem that not even The Dark Knight can save the day. Over the summer, news surfaced of a spin-off series at HBO Max that would explore “the anatomy of corruption in Gotham City” in the same universe as Matt Reeves‘ forthcoming movie The Batman. At the time, Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter was heading up the project, but unfortunately creative differences have resulted in him leaving the show. That explains why Winter recently boarded the new ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Gotham, Idaho, Robert Pattinson, Sequels, Boardwalk Empire, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Jeffrey Wright, Reeves, Gordon


Vice TV Sets Debut of ‘While the Rest of Us Die: Secrets of America’s Shadow Government’ With Jeffrey Wright

Vice TV has announced that its new series, “While the Rest of Us Die: Secrets of America’s Shadow Government,” will premiere on Nov. 16 at 10 p.m. Based on the book by Garrett M. Graff, the six-part series exposes the U.S. government’s flawed plans to protect its citizens. The show unpacks America’s national security spending […]
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No Time to Die: Cary Fukunaga Says Rami Malek’s Safin is Bigger in Scale than Blofeld

BEGIN SLIDESHOW No Time to Die: Cary Fukunaga Says Rami Malek’s Safin is Bigger in Scale than Blofeld In a recent interview with GQ, No Time to Die director Cary Joji Fukunaga opened up about the long-delayed Bond film’s villain Safin, revealing that Rami Malek’s mysterious character will be more dangerous and grander in scale compared to Christopher Waltz’s Blofeld in Spectre. Malek also described Safin as an unexpected antagonist for an action spy film because he is the type of villain...
Tags: UK, Movies, US, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Bond, MGM, Jeffrey Wright, Universal Pictures, Blofeld, Cary Fukunaga, Die, Rami Malek, Malek, Tanner


Rami Malek Discusses No Time to Die Villain Safin

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Rami Malek Discusses No Time to Die Villain Safin As of this writing, James Bond’s latest feature, No Time to Die, is slated for April 2, 2021 — a full year removed from its original launch date — but that hasn’t stopped the cast and crew from dropping details to the fans. Case in point, in a recent interview with GQ, Rami Malek revealed some intriguing info about the villain Safin. RELATED: Daniel Craig Takes a Leap of Faith in New No Time to Die Clip ...
Tags: UK, Movies, US, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, MGM, Jeffrey Wright, Universal Pictures, Die, Rami Malek, Malek, Tanner, Safin, Billie Eilish, Fukunaga


The Batman Using Same Virtual Production Techniques as Mandalorian

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Batman using same virtual production techniques as Mandalorian During a recent appearance at the virtual VIEW confab (via The Hollywood Reporter), Industrial Light & Magic’s chief creative officer Rob Bredow revealed they are currently collaborating with DP Greig Fraser to implement their groundbreaking virtual production techniques for select scenes in the upcoming Matt Reeves-directed DC film The Batman. This marks the second collaboration between ILM and Fraser, wh...
Tags: UK, Movies, Gotham, Liverpool, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Jon Favreau, Lucasfilm, Vfx, Ilm, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright, Alfred


The Batman Set Photos Seemingly Confirm Existence of Other DC Heroes

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Batman Set Photos Seemingly Confirm Existence of Other DC Heroes As The Batman production moves from the UK to Chicago, new behind-the-scenes photos from the Chicago set of director Matt Reeves’ highly-anticipated DC film have surfaced online through Twitter. The photos, which you can check out below, provide us a preview of what looks like a scene of a costume/ Halloween party in Gotham City which featured a few extras wearing intriguing costumes that seemingly confi...
Tags: UK, Movies, Superman, Gotham, Chicago, Liverpool, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Wonder Woman, Colin Farrell, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright, Alfred


The Batman: Set Photos Offer Better Look at Colin Farrell’s Penguin

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Batman: Set Photos Offer Better Look at Colin Farrell’s Penguin We recently saw a new batch of photos showing Robert Pattinson filming Matt Reeves’s The Batman in Liverpool, and now a whole new batch of shots from the film feature our best look yet at a completely unrecognizable Colin Farrell as the villainous Penguin. Check out the photo below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptA...
Tags: Movies, DC Comics, Movie News, Penguin, The Batman


Robert Pattinson Spotted Filming in Liverpool in New The Batman Set Photos

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Robert Pattinson Spotted Filming in Liverpool in New The Batman Set Photos New photos featuring Robert Pattinson on the set of The Batman in Liverpool have been released (via Yahoo). The star was spotted filming outside of St George’s Hall that is “doubling for Gotham City Hall.” The star resumed production on the Matt Reeves’ movie last month after being cleared to return following a 14-day self-isolation after testing positive for COVID-19. You can check out some of the ...
Tags: Movies, Gotham, Liverpool, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Warner Bros, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright, Alfred, Paul Dano, Charlie Carver, Reeves, Bruce


Daniel Craig Takes a Leap of Faith in New No Time to Die Clip 

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Daniel Craig Takes a Leap of Faith in New No Time to Die Clip In a recent appearance at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, No Time to Die star Daniel Craig debuted a brand new clip from Cary Joji Fukunaga’s long-delayed Bond film, featuring an extended look at Craig’s death-defying bridge stunt that was first teased in previous trailers. Check out the clip (starting at mark 4:02) and the full interview in the player below! RELATED: No Time to Die: Watch the Music Vi...
Tags: Video, UK, Movies, Jimmy Fallon, US, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Bond, Craig, Jeffrey Wright, Universal Pictures, Tanner, Billie Eilish, Rory Kinnear, Eon Productions


Every confirmed DC Comics movie coming to theaters and their new release dates, including 'The Batman' and 'The Suicide Squad'

"The Batman" Warner Bros. Warner Bros. set new release dates for several DC Comics movies on Monday, including "The Batman" and "The Flash." It had already moved "Wonder Woman 1984" from October to December. The changes come after Warner Bros. and DC showed off upcoming DC Comics movies during the virtual DC FanDome event in August.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  Warner Bros. set new release dates for several DC Comics movies on Monday, including "The Batman" and "Th...
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No Time to Die Release Pushed Back to Easter 2021

BEGIN SLIDESHOW No Time to Die release pushed back to Easter 2021 With the global pandemic still keeping theaters closed in major territories, Universal Pictures and MGM are electing to once again delay the release of Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond, No Time to Die, to Easter weekend of 2021, according to Deadline. RELATED: No Time to Die: Watch the Music Video for Billie Eilish’s James Bond Theme PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStan...
Tags: UK, Movies, US, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Barbara Broccoli, Ralph Fiennes, MGM, Jeffrey Wright, Universal Pictures, Die, Tanner, Billie Eilish, Rory Kinnear, Eon Productions, ComingSoon


No Time to Die: Watch the Music Video for Billie Eilish’s James Bond Theme

BEGIN SLIDESHOW No Time to Die: Watch the Music Video for Billie Eilish’s James Bond Theme The music video for Billie Eilish’s James Bond theme “No Time to Die” has been released ahead of the movie’s release this November 20. You can check out the music video now in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCo...
Tags: UK, Movies, US, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, MGM, Jeffrey Wright, Universal Pictures, Die, Tanner, Billie Eilish, Rory Kinnear, Eon Productions, ComingSoon, Movie News