Author Archives: Edward Douglas
“Neither Allen’s best movie nor his worst, although it’s probably stronger due to Winslet’s fabulousness,” says Edward Douglas.
Now in its 14th year, the program provides mentorships, access and opportunity for eight participants selected from 1,300 applicants.
The new show from the former head co-writers of “Saturday Night Live” stars Drew Tarver, Heléne Yorke, Molly Shannon & Ken Marino.
Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning star in the 19th Century psychological thriller drama.
The “Citadel” and “Sinister 2” director will helm David Chirchirillo’s 2015 Black List script about a haunted medical clinic.
Featuring interviews with Guillermo del Toro, Elijah Wood, Peter Bogdanovich, Danny Elfman and a couple surprise guests.
The producer of “Kids Are All Right,” “Beasts of No Nation” and “Hello, My Name is Doris” won the dramatic thriller in a competitive bid.
Jackie Chan’s “The Foreigner” also does better than expected but settles for third place. “Marshall” and “Professor Marston” represent a bad weekend for biopics.
Starring Jeff Daniels, Jack O’Connell and Michelle Dockery, the Western is about the clash between a dangerous outlaw and his son in a New Mexico town that’s mainly run by women.
Chadwick Boseman plays the King of Wakanda in the latest look at Marvel Studios’ February 2018 release, directed by Ryan Coogler (Creed) and co-starring Martin Freeman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira and Daniel Kaluuya.
The streaming service won a bidding war for Mattsen Tomlin’s sci-fi thriller script for the “Catfish,” “Paranormal Activity” directing duo.
Lana Wilson’s poignant life-affirming doc and Dome Karukoski’s amazing biopic about an LGBTQ icon should be sought out.
The second feature from Jamie M. Dagg (River), written by Benjamin and Paul China, has Bernthal playing the manager of a hotel who befriends a dangerous tenant (Christopher Abbott, The Sinner).
It’s Halloween in Hawkins, Indiana, which means that things can only get even stranger in the second season of the Duffer Brothers’ popular sci-fi series.
The Blumhouse horror flick will beat “Blade Runner 2049” for first place while Jackie Chan’s “The Foreigner” should place third.
Russell’s proposed 16-episode series would have starred Robert De Niro and Nicole Kidman; the latter has already cast two former “Mad Men” stars.
Roach will direct, Fey will produce an adaptation of Howard Means’ book about the fatal 1970 National Guard shooting of protesting students,
Opening the same Feb. weekend in which “Deadpool” was a huge hit, and opening against Rebel Wilson’s rom-com “Isn’t It Romantic?”
The first trailer for the April 13 release makes it look like a straight-up horror movie, which would be pretty awesome.
John Crowley directs the Donna Tartt adaptation with plans to begin filming next year. Amazon Studios is on board as a co-financier with RatPac and Warners.
Blumhouse’s “Happy Death Day,” Jackie Chan’s “The Foreigner” and Chadwick Boseman as “Marshall” take on “Blade Runner 2049.”
“The type of action movie that just feels dated and not in a fun way either,” says East Coast Editor Edward Douglas.
The animated comedy from directors Alessandro Carloni (Kung Fu Panda 3) and Pixar vet J.P. Vine is scheduled for Nov. 6, 2020.