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CS Video: Godzilla vs Kong’s Adam Wingard Talks Mechagodzilla!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Video: Godzilla vs Kong’s Adam Wingard Talks Mechagodzilla! Warner Bros. and Legendary provided ComingSoon.net with the chance to sit down 1:1 with Adam Wingard, director of the smash MonsterVerse crossover Godzilla vs. Kong! In this segment, we ask Wingard to talk about how the previous iterations of Mechagodzilla influenced his version in the new film. Check out what Wingard had to say in the player below! Click here to purchase Criterion’s amazing Godzilla: The Sho...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Godzilla, Thomas Tull, Rebecca Hall, Kong, Tom Holkenborg, Alexander Skarsgard, Zhang Ziyi, Brian Rogers, Wingard, Kyle Chandler, ComingSoon, Movie News, Adam Wingard, Millie Bobby Brown


CS Video: GvK’s Adam Wingard on His Favorite Godzilla Movie Era

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Video: GvK’s Adam Wingard on His Favorite Godzilla Movie Era Warner Bros. and Legendary provided ComingSoon.net with the chance to sit down 1:1 with Adam Wingard, director of the smash MonsterVerse crossover Godzilla vs. Kong! In this segment, we ask Wingard to choose his favorite of the three major eras of Godzilla movies: Shōwa era (1954–1975), Heisei era (1984–1995) and Millennium era (1999–2004). Check out what Wingard had to say in the player below! Click here to...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Warner Bros, Godzilla, Thomas Tull, Rebecca Hall, Kong, Tom Holkenborg, Alexander Skarsgard, Zhang Ziyi, Brian Rogers, Wingard, Kyle Chandler, ComingSoon, Movie News, Showa


Review film “Godzilla vs Kong” 2021

Screencrave.com – Review film “Godzilla vs Kong” 2021. Film ini adalah film yang sungguh membuatku kagum, penantian lama setelah rilisnya “Justice League Snyder’s Cut” akhirnya rilis di bioskop-bioskop Indonesia. Judulnya adalah “Godzilla vs. Plot melanjutkan apa yang terjadi di film sebelumnya” Godzilla “(2014),” King Kong: Skull Island “(2017) dan” Godzilla: King of Monsters “(2019). Jadi, bisa di Said bahwa Godzilla vs. King Kong adalah film keempat dalam serial “Monster World”. Last momen...
Tags: Hong Kong, Movies, US, San Francisco, Rebecca, Netflix, Hawaii, Warner Bros, Skull Island, Rebecca Hall, Kong, King Kong, Hollow Earth, Dari, Zilla, Mark Russell


Godzilla vs. Kong – Stayhomer Review #5

Godzilla and King Kong, ready to provide beatdowns. Watching from the sidelines with a big cup of coffee, it’s Widge, ready to tell you about what he’s seen. Written by Max Borenstein & Eric Pearson, based on a story by Michael Dougherty, Terry Rossio & Zach ShieldsDirected by Adam WingardStarring: Alexander Skarsgård, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry & Shun Oguri amzn_assoc_placement = "adunit0"; amzn_assoc_search_bar = "true"; amzn_assoc_tracking_...
Tags: Reviews, Wtf, Movies, Sci-fi, US, Godzilla, Wayhomers, Rebecca Hall, Kong, King Kong, Alexander Skarsgard, Adam Wingard, Millie Bobby Brown, Brian Tyree Henry, Max Borenstein Eric Pearson, Adam WingardStarring


Here’s Why Lance Reddick is Barely in ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’

Godzilla vs. Kong clocks in at a blissfully brief 113 minutes – but it’s pretty clear the movie could’ve been longer. For one thing, previously announced cast members like Zhang Ziyi and Jessica Henwick don’t even appear in the film. And then there’s Lance Reddick, a familiar face who only shows up briefly and delivers one quick line, and is then never spoken of again. Now, director Adam Wingard is shedding some light on some Godzilla vs. Kong deleted scenes that explain what happened here. ...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Godzilla, Hall, Warner Brothers, Legendary Pictures, Rebecca Hall, Kong, Lance, Zhang Ziyi, Wingard, Lance-Reddick, Adam Wingard, Jessica Henwick, Godzilla vs. Kong, Games Radar


Godzilla vs. Kong Opens With $16.3 Million Two-Day Haul!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Godzilla vs. Kong opens with $16.3 million two-day haul! There’s nothing like watching the MonsterVerse Titans duke it out on the biggest screens possible. Adam Wingard’s Godzilla vs. Kong raked in $6.7M yesterday, smashing the box office as we ease into a Holiday weekend. The Warner Bros. and Legendary film now brings its two-day total up to $16.3 million at 2,409 sites, a number that will only increase as more theaters open this weekend. Los Angeles and Houston will mark...
Tags: Movies, Amc, Los Angeles, Box Office, Warner Bros, Houston, Godzilla, Legendary, Warner Brothers, Thomas Tull, Rebecca Hall, Kong, Brian Rogers, Terry Rossio, Kyle Chandler, Movie News


‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Cast Weighs In: Which Monster Would They Want on Their Team?

As Godzilla and King Kong battle it out on the big screen in “Godzilla vs. Kong,” Variety asked the movie’s cast which monster they want to have their back in a fight. Rebecca Hall said, “Definitely Kong! Kong gets moody and angry, he would have his buttons pushed.” Demián Bichir also picked the giant gorilla. “Have […]
Tags: News, Rebecca Hall, King Kong, Demián Bichir, Alexander Skarsgard, Kong Kong, Millie Bobby Brown, Godzilla vs. Kong


Godzilla vs. Kong Opening Day Sets Box Office Record

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Godzilla vs. Kong opening day sets box office record The anticipation for the film was real and thanks to fans’ desire to get back to the cinemas and strong early reviews from critics, Warner Bros.’ MonsterVerse crossover Godzilla vs. Kong has set the record for the best opening day at the box office during the global pandemic with $9.6 million domestically, according to Deadline. RELATED: CS Interview: Tom Holkenborg On His Score for Godzilla vs. Kong! The previous re...
Tags: Movies, Box Office, Warner Bros, Rotten Tomatoes, Godzilla, Skull Island, Thomas Tull, Rebecca Hall, Kong, WB, Tom Holkenborg, Alexander Skarsgard, Zhang Ziyi, Brian Rogers, CinemaScore, Kyle Chandler


The Godzilla Vs. Kong Cast Picks Their Favorite Titan (And There’s A Clear Winner)

Millie Bobby Brown and Rebecca Hall weigh in on their favorite titans in Godzilla vs. Kong.
Tags: Religion, Godzilla, Rebecca Hall, Millie Bobby Brown


Rebecca Hall Enters THE NIGHT HOUSE in First Trailer and Poster

First look at director David Bruckner's upcoming chiller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Rebecca Hall's The Night House Trailer Proves That Even Staying Home Isn't Safe These Days

Just when you thought it was safe to stay in for the night.
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‘The Night House’ Trailer: Rebecca Hall Sees Double in Sundance Horror Hit

The haunted house movie has been done, again and again. Something goes bump in the night, our frightened protagonist sees something in the corner of their eye, and suddenly they’re dragged violently out of frame. And yet there’s always a movie that can inject some new energy into the haunted house genre, whether it gives it a refugee context, like His House, or whether it stars Rebecca Hall, like The Night House. And who are we kidding, we’ll watch a haunted house horror movie just for Rebecca ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, House, Movie Trailers, Fox Searchlight, Hall, Rebecca-Hall, Bruckner, Stacy Martin, Chris Evangelista, David Bruckner, Sarah Goldberg, The Night House, Night House, Beth Rebecca Hall, Rebecca Hall Hall


Mondo Debuts Godzilla vs. Kong Posters & Tiki Mugs!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Mondo debuts Godzilla vs. Kong posters & tiki mugs! As positive reviews continue to roll out for the highly-anticipated MonsterVerse crossover battle, Mondo has officially joined the Godzilla vs. Kong battle as it has debuted two new special posters for the films as well as special tiki mugs celebrating the legendary titans! The new posters and mugs can be viewed in the gallery below! RELATED: Godzilla vs. Kong Review: A Visual Feast With Undercooked Characters The spe...
Tags: Movies, Godzilla, Skull Island, Mondo, Thomas Tull, Rebecca Hall, Kong, Alexander Skarsgard, Hector, Zhang Ziyi, Brian Rogers, Kyle Chandler, ComingSoon, Movie News, Adam Wingard, Bonanno


The Night House Trailer & Poster Teases Mind-Bending Nightmare

The Night House trailer & poster teases mind-bending nightmare Over a year after David Bruckner’s latest horror genre effort debuted to strong reviews at the Sundance Film Festival, Searchlight Pictures has unveiled the first trailer and poster for the Rebecca Hall-led The Night House teasing the mind-bending nightmare she’ll endure in the titular location. The trailer and poster can be viewed below! RELATED: In The Earth Trailer: Take The Trip in New Ben Wheatley Horror Pic No One Is Saf...
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Godzilla vs. Kong Can't Be Saved, Not Even by Good, Dumb Fun

Monster movies often ride or die by their over-the-top action. One can be willing to forgive failures elsewhere—many of them, even—as long as the bits where the monsters punch the bejesus out of each other are satisfying. But Godzilla vs Kong has a problem: its titanic action heights just come too rarely to justify an…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Warner Bros, Godzilla, Madison, Kaiju, Alexander, Rebecca Hall, Kong, Zilla, Bichir, Bradley Whitford, Mothra, Rodan, Kyle Chandler


‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Review: Big, Dumb Monster Mayhem That Delivers

What do we want from the MonsterVerse, Warner Bros. and Legendary’s attempt to Marvel-ize the world of Godzilla, King Kong, and several other big beasties? The answer seems to be: big, loud, entertaining mayhem, and here comes Godzilla vs. Kong to hopefully deliver on that. Time and time again, when one of these movies comes out, they’re pilloried for their lackluster human characters. These criticisms are inevitably met with a defensive “Who cares?! I watch these movies for the monsters, not t...
Tags: Hong Kong, Movies, Time, Earth, Features, Movie Reviews, Sequels, Warner Bros, Godzilla, Mel Brooks, Madison, Skull Island, Steven Spielberg, Warner Brothers, Jaws, Henry


First Trailer for Horror Thriller 'The Night House' with Rebecca Hall

"I didn't think we had secrets…" "Everybody has secrets." Searchlight Pictures has unveiled the first official trailer for The Night House, a creepy new horror thriller from filmmaker David Bruckner (The Signal, The Ritual). This originally premiered at last year's Sundance Film Festival. A widow attempts to uncover her recently deceased husband's disturbing secrets in their lakeside home. But there's much more going on in here with duality and a mirror universe where things aren't quite the...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Rebecca Hall, To Watch, David Bruckner, Searchlight Pictures, Stacy Martin Searchlight


‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ TV Spot: The World Needs Kong

“We need Kong!” a character says in the latest Godzilla vs. Kong TV Spot. “The world needs him!” The implications could not be clearer: when it comes to Godzilla vs. Kong, Kong is being positioned as the “good guy.” While Godzilla and Godzilla: King of the Monsters presented Godzilla as a monster who will (occasionally) help humans out, Godzilla vs. Kong features a pissed-off Godzilla apparently turning on humanity, and honestly, I can’t say I blame him. Have you met humanity? We’re pretty damn...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Godzilla, Skull Island, Warner Brothers, Rebecca Hall, Kong, Jia, TV Spots, Kong Kong, Adam Wingard, Godzilla vs. Kong, HBO Max, Earth Godzilla


Netflix Acquires Global Rights to Christian Bale-Led The Pale Blue Eye

Netflix acquires global rights to Christian Bale-led The Pale Blue Eye After a bidding war against other multiple competitors, Netflix has successfully won the worldwide distribution rights to Scott Cooper’s upcoming horror-thriller titled The Pale Blue Eye led by Oscar winner Christian Bale (Ford v. Ferrari). According to Deadline, the deal reportedly cost the streamer around $55 million, setting a new record for the highest worldwide sale at the European Film Market. The project also marks...
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CS Set Visit: Director Adam Wingard on Godzilla vs. Kong!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Set Visit: Director Adam Wingard on Godzilla vs. Kong! Back in March 2019 ComingSoon.net took a trip to Village Roadshow Studios in idyllic Queensland, Australia to visit the set of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary’s Godzilla vs. Kong! The fourth entry in their MonsterVerse series follows in the footsteps of previous entries Godzilla (2014), Kong: Skull Island (2017) and Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019), each of which had a unique filmmaker at the helm. For the ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Australia, Horror, Ben Affleck, Superman, Alex Garcia, Toho, Christian Bale, Batman, Godzilla, Skull Island, Hiroshima, Rebecca Hall, Kong, King Kong


Ruth Negga to Lead ABC Signature’s Josephine Baker Miniseries

Ruth Negga to lead ABC Signature’s Josephine Baker miniseries According to Deadline, ABC Signature is currently in the process of developing a new limited series about American-born French performer and civil rights activist Josephine Baker with Oscar nominee Ruth Negga attached for the leading role. On top of starring, Negga will also be serving as an executive producer. RELARED: Sundance 2021 Reviews: Judas and the Black Messiah, Passing & More! if ( ! ezoic...
Tags: Europe, TV, Movies, Abc, France, Oscar, TV News, Emmy, Baker, Tessa Thompson, Rebecca Hall, Golden Globe, Judas, Josephine, LeBron James Maverick Carter, George C Wolfe


Why Rebecca Hall Was Actually The 'Perfect' Choice To Direct Tessa Thompson's Netflix Movie About Racial Passing In 1920s New York

Passing producer Nina Yang Bongiovi recently shared a story that revealed exactly why Rebecca Hall was a perfect choice for the film.


Barack & Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground Unveils New Slate of Netflix Projects

Barack & Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground unveils new slate of Netflix projects After signing a first-look deal with the streamer in 2018 and partnering for three acclaimed projects since, Barack and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground Productions has unveiled a slate of six new projects in development at Netflix, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Passing: Netflix Nabs Global Rights to Rebecca Hall’s Directorial Debut if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB ...
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Netflix Acquires Sundance Film ‘Passing’ With Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga

Netflix has purchased Passing, the Sundance movie from director Rebecca Hall that stars Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga. Based on the 1929 novel by Nella Larsen, the film follows two Black women living in 1920s New York. One of the women, played by Negga, passes for white and even has a white husband who doesn’t know she’s Black – a decision that her friend, played by Thompson, grapples with. It’s a film that deals with race, gender, identity, and sexuality, and it’s received positive reviews fol...
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Passing: Netflix Nabs Global Rights to Rebecca Hall’s Directorial Debut

Passing: Netflix nabs global rights to Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut Coming off from a successful world premiere at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, Deadline brings word that Netflix has successfully won the worldwide distribution rights to Rebecca Hall’s feature directorial debut titled Passing, starring Oscar nominee Ruth Negga and MCU star Tessa Thompson. Winning against four other bidders, the deal reportedly cost the mega streamer around $15.75 million which is currently this year’s ...
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Netflix in Talks to Acquire Rebecca Hall’s ‘Passing’ in Near-$16 Million Deal

Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut already made a big splash with its Sundance Film Festival premiere — and the film is set to make even bigger noise, as Netflix is nearing a $16 million deal for worldwide distribution rights on the film, an individual with knowledge of the deal tells Variety. Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Festivals, Sundance, Rebecca Hall, Ruth Negga, Passing, Variety Tessa Thompson


Daily Podcast: The Best Films of Sundance 2021

On the February 2, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to run down some of the best movies they’ve seen so far at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Opening Banter : Brad can’t be with us today, but we’ll link to all of his reviews in the show notes. We’re going to each talk about three movies. In Our Feature Presentation: HT’s Three: ‘Coda’ Review: A Coming-of-Age Charmer That Makes a Famil...
Tags: Movies, Earth, Tessa Thompson, Chris, Rebecca Hall, Ben, Brad, Ben Pearson, Ben Wheatley, Romeo Juliet, Ruth Negga, Hoai Tran Bui, Chris Evangelista, Luzzu, Film Daily Podcast, Sam Hume


‘Passing’ Review: Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga Deliver Exceptional Performances in Rebecca Hall’s Directorial Debut [Sundance 2021]

Irene (Tessa Thompson) and Clare (Ruth Negga) meet in the restaurant of a posh New York hotel, spotting each other from across the room. Irene mistakes Clare for a stranger at first, but as it turns out, the women grew up together. But as Irene looks Clare over during this reunion, she can hardly believe her eyes. Clare is sporting platinum blonde hair, and for a moment – just a moment – Irene thought she was white. But both women are Black – although they can hide it. Both are light-skinned en...
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