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While Warner Bros’ latest failed to find the success of previous DCEU movies, the adaptation of Raquel Palacio’s novel far exceeded all expectations and early predictions.
Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Gugu Mbatha-Raw star in the March release along with relative newcomer Storm Reid.
The Emmy-winning, Oscar-nominated actor appeared in five very different movies this year, creating interesting and very different characters for each movie.
Recapping some of the movies worth catching up on over Thanksgiving either in theaters or on screeners.
The latest Pixar teaser-trailer will be in front of next week’s Coco with the movie scheduled for release in June 2018.
Warner Bros’ holiday tentpole probably won’t make $100 million this weekend, as Justice League grossed less than half what Batman v Superman made its first Friday.
With Simon Thompson out, Carla Renata (aka The Curvy Critic) stops by to talk about the Lion King movie and the impressive rise of Tiffany Haddish, who spent years paying her dues in comedy before her breakout turn in Girls Trip.
Rain Man writer Ron Bass will adapt the novel with McMillan, the two of them having collaborated on How Stella Got Her Groove Back and Waiting to Exhale.
The highly anticipated Ava DuVernay adaptation of Madeline L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time has released the latest poster.
The director of A Few Good Men and Misery tackles more serious political fare in his latest films.
Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio in talks for two male leading roles while Tarantino still wants Margot Robbie to play Sharon Tate.
“Director Stephen Chbosky demonstrates a real facility for recreating the feeling of being young, capturing the terror and the joy and the courage of it with an expert eye,” writes Drew McWeeny.
The leader of the group is heroine Abbey Chase who is reluctantly recruited by a secret spy organization.
While the official logline is being kept under wraps, Green Rush is described as a dramatic heist thriller in the vein of Hell or High Water, but in an urban setting, and with a father-daughter dynamic instead of two brothers.
Genndy Tartakovsky returns as director and co-writer alongside Michael McCullers, with Michelle Murdocca producing and Sandler executive producing.
The adaptation will be produced by Anonymous Content’s Nicole Clemens as well as Sugar23’s Ashley Zalta and Michael Sugar.
New Line’s adaptation of the popular video game finds The Rock playing a primatologist who must save the world from three gigantic, mutated animals — a wolf, a crocodile and a silverback gorilla named George, who he considers a friend.
The high school drama stars Ross Lynch as Dahmer during his senior year in high school, setting the stage for the murderer he would become.
Lionsgate’s Wonder and Sony’s animated The Star offer minimal counter-programming with the former likely to break out.
The sequel to the 2008 film The Strangers finds the masked psychopaths terrorizing a family who must survive the night.
The generally humorous character was a regular member of X-Factor and previously appeared in “X-Men: The Last Stand,” played by Eric Dane.
“I don’t think entertainment should answer the questions for people, because then it becomes we’re preaching a particular point of view, but I think great drama asks questions and makes people think about issues in ways that maybe they wouldn’t have otherwise,” Steve Lightfoot tells Tracking Board.
The real-life couple tries to keep quiet in the thriller co-written and directed by Krasinski, which is due in April 2018.