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The King's Man: Release Date, Cast, 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.)It's been several years since we last saw the "Kingsman" franchise grace the big screen. Though it hasn't been for a lack of interest on the studio side of things, as "The King's Man," a new entry in the action/spy series, has been ready to go for some time. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, it had been repeatedly delayed. But ...
Tags: Movies, Secret Service, Ralph Fiennes, Mark Millar, Rhys Ifans, Kingsman, Daniel Brühl, Vaughn, Matthew Goode, Matthew Vaughn, Dave Gibbons, Tom Hollander, Matthew Margeson, David Reid, Harris Dickinson, Dominic Lewis


The 14 Greatest Biopics Of The 21st Century

The traditional biopic seems like it should be pretty easy to make. After all, the subject has already done all the hard work. You just need to pick the best bits of their lives and slap them up on the big screen, right? But that's where things start to get tricky. Do you recreate a list of chronological events that follow the subject from the cradle to grave, and hope that a classically-trained English actor can elevate the film beyond its fairly uninspired structure? Do hone in on one specific...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, England, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Aaron Sorkin, White House, John Lennon, US, America, Tom Hanks, Liverpool, Paris, Winston Churchill, Paul Mccartney


No Time To Die Spoiler Review: Daniel Craig's Final Outing As James Bond Strives For Closure

"No Time to Die" comes 15 years after "Casino Royale," arguably the best James Bond movie. 2006 introduced the world to a rising star named Daniel Craig, who was known for his work in films like "Road to Perdition" and "Layer Cake," but who had yet to really break out and become a household name. Since then, we've been adventuring through the typical franchise peaks and valleys with Craig's Bond, and now, we're here at the end.And it does feel like the end. Craig and all involved have made no se...
Tags: Reviews, Christopher Nolan, England, London, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Iron Man, Britain, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Judi Dench, Daniel Craig, Batman, Nolan, Barbara Broccoli, Ralph Fiennes


‘No Time to Die’ Box Office: 5 Takeaways From Daniel Craig’s Final Bond Film

Though Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond won’t be one for box office record books, “No Time to Die” easily took the top spot in North America. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and co-starring Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux, Lashana Lynch and Ralph Fiennes, the latest 007 adventure debuted to $56 million over the weekend […]
Tags: News, James Bond, Daniel Craig, North America, Ralph Fiennes, Cary Joji Fukunaga, No Time To Die, Rami Malek Lea Seydoux Lashana Lynch


No Time To Die Ending Explained: Daniel Craig's James Bond Bids Us Farewell

After what feels like an eternity for hardcore "James Bond" fans such as myself, "No Time to Die" has finally made its way to theaters. It's been nearly six years since "Spectre" hit theaters, and 15 years since Daniel Craig made his debut as 007 in "Casino Royale." With his fifth go-around, Craig is indeed saying goodbye to the role, and the way in which he leaves it behind leaves much room for discussion. With that in mind, let's break down the movie's ending and discuss what it means for Crai...
Tags: Movies, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Queen, Daniel Craig, Cia, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Bond, Heracles, Craig, Dick, Sean Connery, Vesper, FELIX, Logan


Ralph Fiennes to Lead Cast of David Hare’s ‘Straight Line Crazy’

Ralph Fiennes will lead the cast in the world premiere of David Hare’s “Straight Line Crazy,” to be directed by Nicholas Hytner at London’s The Bridge theater. Fiennes stars as Robert Moses, who for 40 years, was the most powerful man in New York. Though never elected to office, he manipulated those who were through […]
Tags: New York, London, News, Global, David Hare, Ralph Fiennes, Robert Moses, Fiennes, Nicholas Hytner, His Dark Materials


14 Movies To Watch If You Loved No Time To Die

At long last, it's time to "Die." Factoring in coronavirus delays, this ties the longest gap between Bond films, from "License to Kill" to "GoldenEye," at six years. The wait has made "No Time To Die" both sarcastic and momentous. Daniel Craig is hanging up his Walther. For the first time ever, ad spots are hinting at an end, calling Bond #25 no less than an "epic conclusion." Whoever shows up at the end of the gun barrel next, they won't be taking aim anytime soon.But there are alternatives -- ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Law, Washington, Russia, Berlin, America, Netflix, New York Times, Palmer, Uma Thurman, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Steven Soderbergh, Secret Service, Michael Caine


No Time To Die Director Cary Fukunaga Describes The Last-Minute Scramble Of Replacing Danny Boyle

In addition to directing "No Time to Die," Cary Fukunaga is serving as one of four credited co-writers on it, along with "Fleabag" luminary Phoebe Waller-Bridge and James Bond series veterans Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. The film has already been released in the U.K. and it's coming to U.S. theaters on October 8, 2021, but it's been a long road to that release date, with a few bumps and Boyles along the way.Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle was originally set to helm the 25th Bond movie, but he...
Tags: Movies, News, America, James Bond, Danny Boyle, Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Quantum of Solace, Bond, Craig, Cary Fukunaga, Robert, Ralph, Fukunaga, Boyles, Phoebe Waller


No Time to Die review: Daniel Craig dispatches James Bond with panache, rage – and cuddles

The long-awaited 25th outing for Ian Fleming’s superspy is a weird and self-aware epic with audacious surprises up its sleeveThe standard bearer of British soft power is back, in a film yanked from cinemas back in the time of the toilet roll shortage, based on a literary character conceived when sugar and meat rationing was still in force, and now emerging in cinemas as Britons are fighting for petrol in the forecourts.Bond, like Norma Desmond, is once again ready for his closeup – and Daniel Cr...
Tags: Books, Film, Culture, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Thrillers, Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Cary Fukunaga, Norma Desmond, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Knives Out, No Time To Die


The Top 10 Wes Anderson Characters Ranked

If you spend much time on Twitter, you've probably noticed an excited flurry of attention (not to mention a requisite meme or two) related to the Cannes film festival premiere of Wes Anderson's latest film, "The French Dispatch." Trailers and early reviews put it squarely in the director's formalist wheelhouse, complete with meticulously-crafted sets, dry humor and a sharp, colorful acting ensemble. Many members of the all-star cast come from Anderson's stable of tried-and-true creative partners...
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Daniel Craig Gives Farewell Speech After Wrapping No Time to Die

Ahead of its world premiere later this month, a brand new behind-the-scenes video from the set of Cary Joji Fukunaga’s long-delayed James Bond film No Time to Die has surfaced online through Twitter, featuring Daniel Craig giving an emotional farewell speech right after he wrapped up filming for his final 007 film. In the short video, Craig can be seen showing his gratitude to the crew who has been working with him since 2006’s Casino Royale. Check out Daniel Craig’s farewell speech in the playe...
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All Of Wes Anderson's Movie Ranked Worst To Best

Wes Anderson is a director whose name itself is its own genre. Although plenty of filmmakers have tried to imitate Anderson's symmetrical visuals, colorful environments, and quirky characters, there's no mistaking the look and feel of a genuine Wes Anderson film. Every one of his movies is immaculately designed and distinctly written. You can't mistake his gorgeous sets or oddball dialogue for the work of anyone else.Design is a point of obsession for Anderson, who loads his backgrounds with vis...
Tags: Movies, India, Fox, Wes Anderson, David Bowie, Bill Murray, Ash, George Clooney, Edward Norton, Cannes film festival, Grand Budapest Hotel, Ralph Fiennes, Suzy, Sam, Jude Law, Rushmore


‘The Forgiven’ Review: Ralph Fiennes and Jessica Chastain Face Their Demons in the Desert

Have you ever noticed how, in Western culture, when referring to someone’s death, writers feel obliged to insert the word “tragic” somewhere in the sentence? Is there any other kind, a reader might rightly ask. Sometimes they mean “unexpected,” a kind of shorthand intended to show that the life in question was cut short before […]
Tags: Reviews, Jessica Chastain, Festivals, Ralph Fiennes, John Michael McDonagh, The Forgiven


Toronto Film Festival: 9 Films That Have Buyers Circling

The Toronto International Film Festival kicks off Thursday and promises to be more sparsely attended than previous iterations which packed the Canadian city with leading lights of Hollywood, power-players and star-gazers. It’s a painful concession to the complexities of international travel during COVID, which is keeping many filmmakers, stars, studio executives and sales agents from […]
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Hollywood, News, Markets & Festivals, Ralph Fiennes, Naomi Watts, Toronto International Film Festival


Here's Where You Can Stream Or Rent Every Harry Potter Movie

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, "Hey, where can I watch this thing?" In this edition: the Harry Potter franchise.)The "Harry Potter" film franchise is now streaming, and streaming entirely in the same place! If you're wondering where, I'm here to help. If you're wondering why I can't just tell you right here, well, that's not how this works, folks. Just stay with me here. The franchise, which follows a small magic boy who becomes a small magi...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, America, Harry Potter, Harry, Will Smith, Richard Harris, Kenneth Branagh, Michael Gambon, Ralph Fiennes, Emma Watson, Gary Oldman, Alan Rickman, Voldemort, Hogwarts, Dumbledore


Reed Birney Joins Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes in Searchlight’s ‘The Menu’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Reed Birney, the stage and screen veteran best known for his Tony-winning turn in “The Humans,” has joined the packed cast of Mark Mylod’s “The Menu.” The Searchlight Pictures dark comedy has already lined up an impressive ensemble of heavyweight talent, including the previously announced Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes. The rest of the cast […]
Tags: News, Ralph Fiennes, Tony, Anya Taylor Joy, The Humans, Reed Birney, Mark Mylod, The Menu, Reed Birney Joins Anya Taylor Joy


No Time to Die Final Trailers Revealed For Long-Delayed James Bond Pic

MGM has dropped the final trailers for Cary Joji Fukunaga’s long-delayed James Bond film No Time to Die, starring Danie Craig in his final outing as the iconic Agent 007. Both the U.S. version and the international version of the video provide us lots of new action-packed footage that also highlights Rami Malek’s Safin and Craig’s Bond legacy. The film will have its premiere on September 28 at the Royal Albert Hall, followed by a U.K. theatrical release on September 30. It will then have its lon...
Tags: Video, UK, Movies, US, Action, Ethan Hawke, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Skyfall, MGM, Craig, Jeffrey Wright, Universal Pictures, Rami Malek, Tanner


Judith Light Joins Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes in Searchlight’s ‘The Menu’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Judith Light has joined the packed cast of Searchlight Pictures’ dark comedy “The Menu.” The two-time Tony winner will star alongside the previously announced Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes in the film, as well as Hong Chau (“Downsizing”), Nicholas Hoult (“The Favourite”), John Leguizamo (“Ghetto Klown”) and Janet McTeer (“Ozark”). “Succession” and “Entourage” helmer Mark […]
Tags: News, Ralph Fiennes, Tony, Nicholas Hoult, Janet McTeer, Judith Light, Anya Taylor Joy, The Menu, Judith Light Joins Anya Taylor Joy, Favourite John Leguizamo Ghetto Klown


New Trailer Released for THE KING’S MAN

It seems like it’s been so long since we last saw or heard from THE KING’S MAN – originally scheduled to release last year. But fans of the original Kingsman films don’t have to wait much longer for this awaited prequel. Today, 20th Century Studios debuted a brand-new, action-packed trailer, full of director Matthew Vaughn’s signature style. […] The post New Trailer Released for THE KING’S MAN appeared first on ZANNALAND!.
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The King’s Man Red Band Trailer Revealed for Long-Delayed Prequel

20th Century Studios has dropped a brand new red band trailer for Matthew Vaughn’s long-delayed action prequel The King’s Man, starring Ralph Fiennes, and Gemma Arterton. The film has been delayed several times now, with its first initial date previously due two years ago. Currently, it is slated to finally arrive in theaters on December 22, 2021. The King’s Man red band trailer, which you can check out below along with the new poster, features new footage that continues to highlight its action-...
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One More Red Band Trailer for 'The King's Man' Finally Opening Soon

"While governments wait for orders, our people take action." We've been waiting more than a year for this movie to finally be released! 20th Century has debuted one final red band trailer for The King's Man, the next prequel in Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman series. This is now set for release in December later in 2021, after many many delays over the last year and plans to open it before. (Technically this is the fifth trailer so far, the last one arrived earlier this summer.) Discover the origi...
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‘The Menu’ Will Pair Nicholas Hoult With Anya Taylor-Joy for a Shocking Dining Experience

Today, in casting news that seems tailored specifically for me, Nicholas Hoult is joining Anya Taylor-Joy for a new movie from some of the folks behind HBO’s Succession. The movie, The Menu, is a dark comedy thriller about a shocking dining experience. Be still, my creepy heart. A Comedy of Culinary Curiousities According to Collider, the new movie from Searchlight pictures will be directed by Succession executive producer Mark Mylod, from a screenplay written by Will Tracey and Seth Reiss....
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Harry Potter, Emma Stone, Ralph Fiennes, Hulu, Voldemort, Edgar Wright, Seth Myers, Adam Mckay, Soho, Nicholas Hoult, Chau, Hoult, Fiennes


No Time to Die Trailer Declares James Bond is Back

The latest 007 action flick is finally set to release on October 8 and the latest No Time to Die trailer declares that James Bond is back. The film will once again see Daniel Craig reprising his incarnation of James Bond for a final time. Returning cast includes Ralph Fiennes as M, Lea Seydoux (Spectre), Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, Ben Whishaw as A, with Rory Kinnear as Tanner, and Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter. New cast members confirmed for the film include Dali Benssalah, Billy Magnussen, A...
Tags: Movies, US, Action, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Jeffrey Wright, Universal Pictures, Rami Malek, Tanner, Fukunaga, Rory Kinnear, Eon Productions, Cary Joji Fukunaga, Phoebe Waller, Felix Leiter


Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2: The Magic of Great Characters

On July 15, 2011, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 released in theaters to a very magical (and, honestly, quite astounding) reaction from fans and critics alike. The film went on to become the highest earning Potter film with $381 million in the United States and $1.342 billion worldwide (though it sold 12 million fewer tickets domestically than Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, according to Box Office Mojo), and earned a stunning 96% on Rotten Tomatoes, the highest score of the...
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No Time To Die: Daniel Craig Speaks On His Final Outing as Bond

Daniel Craig is absolutely, positively done with James Bond.Read more...
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The King's Man Teaser Reminds Us That We Still Haven't Seen This Yet

It’s been quite a year, hasn’t it? Especially at the (non-existent) box office. We’ve mostly been waiting to finally see Marvel’s Black Widow finally arrive on the big screen, but lo and behold there’s another action franchise right around the corner. In this new look at The King’s Man, we take a glimpse at the past,…Read more...
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New Special Look Preview for 'The King's Man' Opening in December

"Spectacular, eh?" 20th Century has released a new "Special Look" trailer for The King's Man, the next prequel in Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman series. This is now set for release in December later in 2021, after many many delays over the last year and plans to open it at various times. Discover the origins of the very first independent intelligence agency. This prequel goes back to the days of World War I, The Great War, to tell the origin story of The King's Man agency. Lead by a great set of ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Ralph Fiennes, King, Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans, Kingsman, Matthew Vaughn, Djimon Hounsou, To Watch


Witness the Bloody Origin in The King’s Man Special Look Featurette

BEGIN SLIDESHOW 20th Century Studios has released a brand new behind-the-scenes featurette for their long-gestated Kingsman prequel to Matthew Vaughn’s action spy films. The King’s Man featurette, which you can check out below, highlights the franchise’s legacy including various action-packed scenes from the first two Taron Egerton-led films along with new footage teasing the origin of the spy agency. Starring Ralph Fiennes, the film has been delayed seven times now and was originally set f...
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‘The King’s Man’ Special Look: Learn the “Bloody” Origin of the Kingsman

If you forgot there was going to be yet another Kingsman movie, that’s okay – I’m sure many others did as well. The film, a prequel called The King’s Man, has had its release date shuffled multiple times – and not just because of COVID-19. The flick was originally due out in 2019, but is now set to open this holiday season. For those who need the reminder, there’s a new The King’s Man special look below that goes behind the scenes of the upcoming Matthew Vaughn movie.  The King’s Man Special...
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No Time to Die: Release Date, Cast 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.) This October, No Time to Die, the first big film to have its release date delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, will finally hit theaters. Below, we’ve compiled everything you need to know about the movie before you put on your tuxedo, grab your martini, and head to the theater in the fall. No Time to Die Release Date And Where Y...
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