The first breakout star of 2021 has emerged with "Bridgerton's" Regé-Jean Page. CineMovie talked to Page and his costar Phoebe Dynevor about the sexy #Netflix show from Shonda Rhimes and why they're breaking all the rules. Fans are now pitching Page as the next James Bond.
The second project shot in quarantine arrives on HBO Max on January 14. LOCKED DOWN starring Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor, and directed by Doug Liman (EDGE OF TOMORROW, MR. & MRS. SMITH). In the trailer released, the two plan a heist in the middle of a pandemic lockdown, in addition to dealing with a breakup.
Danny Pino stars in FATALE, on PVOD January 8 with Mike Colter, Hilary Swank and Michael Ealy. He talks about his character in the nail-biting thriller in FATALE, and he's also telling CineMovie that the upcoming season of "Mayans MC" will be the best television show in 2021. He also reveals he's binging "Outlander," "Queen's Gambit." and "The Crown" with his wife during the pandemic.
Gal Gadot (WONDER WOMAN) shared the first look at her new series for National Geographic, 'IMPACT with Gal Gadot.' The new show follows inspiring young women around the world making a difference with their activism. The new six-part short form documentary series is executive produced by Gadot who shared the first preview on Twitter.
Marvel's "WandaVision" is set to premiere on Disney+ January 15. Marvel has released a new tv clip that features an original theme song by Academy Award winning composers Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (FROZEN). Watch video below.
Richard Dormer stars in BBC's new series, "The Watch." The "Game of Thrones" actor knows a thing or two about dragons in this fantasy adaptation of Sir Terry Pratchet's "DiscWorld" novels.' CineMovie talks to us about the wacky show, and his influence over his character.
It may have been a crappy year for movies on the big screen in 2020, but independent films were able to shine through with women at the helm. In my top 10 movies of 2020, six of them were directed by women. As award season approaches, female directors should be at the forefront.
TENET finally arrives for home release after only screening in limited movie theaters since September. Nolan insisted on the theatrical release to support exhibitors as they experience a massive decline in business because of the pandemic. Many like myself didn't dare attend an enclosed space for over two hours. After finally watching the mind-bending film at home, I realized Nolan is right that this film required a theatrical viewing with a captive audience to follow the convoluted storyline. At home, the constant distractions and need to rewind scenes made it a difficult watch.
Chloe Zhao delivers one of the most striking films of 2020 with NOMADLAND starring Frances McDormand in another award-winning turn. NOMADLAND is a devastating look at one woman's life as a nomad living out of her van traveling from seasonal job to another to make ends meet. While McDormand's character is fictional, it's a tragedy told through McDormand's adventure while bringing to light real-life nomad's personal stories.
Regina King takes to the director's chair for her second feature film with ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI starring famous figures from the 60s - Muhammad Ali, football player Jim Brown, Malcolm X, and the King of Soul Sam Cooke. With a script from Kemp Powers and based on his stage play, King delivers a powerful and compelling movie that delivers on all fronts including the ongoing conversation about social injustices and the role of the black man.
SYLVIE'S LOVE director/writer Eugene Ashe talks about his romantic drama set in the 50s starring Tessa Thompson, Nnamdi Asomugha and Eva Longoria. Think LA LA LAND or AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER but with black leads. Ashe talks about the Amazon Prime movie and why his film is not revisionist history rather it focuses on a love story set in the past with successful black characters.