Michael Rooker joins 'FAST & FURIOUS 9'

Michael Rooker joins 'FAST & FURIOUS 9'

Sure, why the hell not! — Michael Rooker has joined Vin Diesel’s Fast and Furious family. Details surrounding Rooker’s addition are being kept secret along with the rest of the film. What we do know is the 64-year-old jack-of-all-trades will play a character named "Buddy". Which, if you ask me, already sounds like the kind of guy who packs a good chew and is relatively proficient under-the-hood.

'TOY STORY 4' joins the billion-dollar club

'TOY STORY 4' joins the billion-dollar club

Disney’s quest for world domination continues... — On Thursday, Disney and Pixar’s TOY STORY 4 crossed $1.001 billion in worldwide ticket sales, joining Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel, Aladdin, and The Lion King to become Disney’s fifth billion-dollar grossing film of 2019. And all it took was two short months to achieve this feat.

Harry Styles passes on 'THE LITTLE MERMAID'

Harry Styles passes on 'THE LITTLE MERMAID'

The search for Prince Eric continues…. — Harry Styles has passed on playing the role of Disney’s handsome prince. According to The Wrap, the 25-year-old singer-turned-actor “respectfully declined” Disney’s offer despite multiple outlets assuring the entire world that Styles had landed the role opposite Halle Bailey in early July. Since then, 'no news' led many to presume a deal was done and Styles was locked in to star alongside Melissa McCarthy, Jacob Tremblay, Awkwafina, and Javier Bardem.

'The Kitchen' review
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'The Kitchen' review

Allow me second to wipe this clown makeup off. Your boy thought 'The Kitchen' was going to be 2019’s Widows. Why the high expectations? Maybe its because it was adapted from a DC Vertigo comic. Or maybe it was just the cast which included three exciting actresses; Tiffany Haddish, Elisabeth Moss and Melissa McCarthy, who I expected to bring varying degrees of excellence to the table. 'The Kitchen' is also a 1970s New York crime flick so what could go wrong? Everything, apparently.

'Hobbs & Shaw' Review
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'Hobbs & Shaw' Review

In a recent interview, Dwayne Johnson said the intention of “Hobbs & Shaw” was to make a movie that not only fans of the “Fast & Furious” series would enjoy but also those who’ve never seen a “F&F” movie. Turns out “Hobbs & Shaw”, featuring Johnson’s Luke Hobbs and Jason Statham’s Calvin… I mean, Deckard Shaw, fails to do either.

Jared Leto joins Denzel Washington and Rami Malek in 'The Little Things'

Jared Leto joins Denzel Washington and Rami Malek in 'The Little Things'

In which Leto goes full method on Denzel and Rami? — Whether you love or hate, there's no denying the fact JARED LETO is an elite consumer of whatever weird, creepy, or challenging roles Hollywood seems to dish up. Now that Sony's Morbius has wrapped production, the 47-year-old Oscar winner moves onto his next project where he'll play yet another creepster opposite Denzel Washington and Rami Malek in John Lee Hancock’s serial killer drama “The Little Things”.

'Luce' Review
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'Luce' Review

Get used to hearing the name Kelvin Harrison, Jr. He stars alongside Naomi Watts, Tim Roth and Octavia Spencer in the new NEON drama “Luce”. Harrison, Jr. had roles in 2017’s “Mudbound” and “It Comes At Night”, but his performance as the title character in “Luce” will skyrocket him to stardom.

Cate Blanchett, Toni Collette, Rooney Mara, Michael Shannon in talks to star in Guillermo del Toro's 'Nightmare Alley'

Cate Blanchett, Toni Collette, Rooney Mara, Michael Shannon in talks to star in Guillermo del Toro's 'Nightmare Alley'

Percent chance this turns out to be terrible? .001 — Guillermo del Toro's adaptation of 'Nightmare Alley' already sounded like a winner the moment the two-time Academy Award winner announced plans to adapt Lindsay Gresham's novel. Now we have word that del Toro has lined up a stacked cast to star alongside seven-time Academy Award nominee, Bradley Cooper!

James Wan returns to write and direct an all-new original horror film

James Wan returns to write and direct an all-new original horror film

The man behind the second highest-grossing horror franchise of all time - SAW - has an all-new horror project brewing. — It’s been four years since we last saw James Wan behind the camera for what was just his sixth directorial contribution to the horror genre. Which, considering Wan’s contributions as director, producer, and writer have yielded over 25 films throughout his accomplished nineteen-year career, I will admit six felt like a low number. Four years later, we have learned that Mr. Wan is expected to return as writer and director for an all-new original horror project!

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