New Cast Member Pollyanna McIntost Talks Her Arrival on 'The Walking Dead'
Pollyanna McIntosh made her strange introduction on The Walking Dead last night, as the leader of a new group that makes its home in a junkyard. Her character, Jadis, had some interesting exchanges with Rick Grimes as he tried to take advantage of a large group that looks fully capable of taking care of itself.
Norman Reedus on Reuniting with Carol on 'The Walking Dead'
The latest episode of The Walking Dead well and truly confirmed that the series is trying hard to ramp up the energy and optimism, and that's no clearer in the multitude of smiles we were gifted to from Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes, more often than not when he was covered in his own blood too.
David Thewlis Reportedly Playing the Villain in 'Wonder Woman'
Does it usually take this long before we find out the big bad lead in a superhero film? Nevertheless, while we knew that David Thewlis was in the cast for Wonder Woman, as announced back in November, his role in the film was unclear. He hasn't shown up in any of the promotional material yet, and it looks like it's for good reason.
'Lion' Cinematographer on the Influences of 'Rogue One'
Cinematographer Greig Fraser has done work on films such as Bright Star and Zero Dark Thirty, though with both Lion and Rogue One under his belt in 2016, it's seemingly a breakthrough year. Lion is a worthy nominee for Best Cinematography at the coming Academy Awards, though he attests some of what he learned to Rogue One.
'The Lego Batman Movie' Tops Box Office Against Failed Competition
The Lego Batman Movie continued to rein supreme at the box office with a $42.5 million take, topping the competition for the second weekend in a row. The film has earned $107.1 million domestically. Fifty Shades Darker came in second with $24 million.
'Moonlight' and 'Arrival' Big Winners at the WGA Awards
With the Oscars under a week away, the Writers Guild of America completed the road to the Academy Awards with its own show over the weekend to celebrate the best writing for film and television of 2016. With La La Land, Moonlight, and Manchester by the Sea all deemed eligible this year, it's an interesting new insight into what may go down next week.
'Metal Gear Solid' Video Game Adaptation Update from Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts
Back in February of 2014, Kings of Summer director Jordan Vogt-Roberts signed on to take the helm for Sony on a big screen adaptation of the video game franchise Metal Gear Solid. Not long after, he took on the top job for Kong: Skull Island, putting the former project on hold. Now, with Kong hitting theaters in a matter of weeks, the director has an update.
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T2 Trainspotting (2017) - Review
Danny Boyle gets back on track. — *** MILD SPOILERS *** Danny Boyle's sequel to his 1996 smash hit, Trainspotting rolls into the station over 20 years after the original seared our retinas with it's often harsh, bleak, yet often blackly comic imagery and wowed our ears with its iconic soundtrack. Trainspotting was to the British film industry in the latter half of the '90s, what Oasis and Brit-Pop was to the UK music industry of the same period. It was a film that encapsulated a period in time having cleverly aimed its crosshairs at young people of that period with its über cool style and tone in spite of some incredibly dark subject matter, that of the effects of heroin addiction. The film's marketing was incredibly eye-catching and unique, the orange and black character poster adorning many a teenage bedroom wall. Aside from some stunning song choices on what must rank as one of the all time great movie soundtracks, Trainspotting featured a razor sharp script and some fine performances from its then relatively young cast, many of whom went on to have fine careers, none more so than its star, Ewan McGregor.