'Sicario' sequel 'Soldado' is going to be "extremely tense" according to Josh Brolin
According to the film's star, the follow up to Denis Villeneuve's gritty 2015 American crime-thriller is more severe and much bigger in scope. — On a press tour for Only the Brave, Actor Josh Brolin gave fans reason to believe 2018's Soldado will deliver the same pulse-pounding experience as 2015's Sicario, but on a much larger scale:
First look at Steven Soderbergh's Netflix Series 'Godless'
The first trailer for Steven Soderbergh and Scott Frank's limited series sheds light on a late 1800's tale of cat and mouse featuring Jeff Daniels, Michelle Dockery, and Jack O'Connell.
Godless Teaser: Welcome To No Man’s Land
It's official Lucasfilm's Han Solo film is titled: 'Solo: A Star Wars Story'
As Lucasfilm's Han Solo film wrapped production, Director Ron Howard took to Twitter to give thanks to cast, crew, and fans by way of announcing the film's official title - "Solo: A Star Wars Story"
Christopher Nolan the new frontrunner to direct Bond 25?
Now that BOND 25 has cleared two major hurdles (See Daniel Craig and November 8, 2019 release date), Eon and MGM - the franchise's co-owners - are tasked with landing a new distributor as Sony's decade-long contract to market and distribute the Bond series expired after 2015's Spectre.
A Ghost Story
A Ghost Story, Directed and written by David Lowery, is a film simultaneously about the passage and stillness of time. It’s a film that seems to harbours a certain fixation on the mundane despite (or because of) the separation enforced. It serves as a confluence for sentiment and existential angst. Above all, it’s a film that meditates on the coin that is life and death, using its eccentricities not to sideline the viewer, but instead to overwhelm.
New poster and trailer for Marvel's 'Black Panther'
Marvel's latest trailer rouses excitement in ways we are least afforded in this day of superhero fandom. — "I have seen Gods fly. I've seen men build weapons that I can't even imagine. I've seen aliens drop from the sky, but I have never seen anything like this." It is THIS, Martin Freeman's character eloquently refers to as Marvel's latest standalone, Black Panther - directed and co-written by accomplished director, Ryan Coogler (Creed, Fruitvale Station) and set in a world where non-white male and female characters rule a technologically advanced nation. Need I say more?