There's been plenty of zombie apocalypse movies and television shows but Netflix's "Black Summer" deals with the subject matter much different than any other show or movie. Mexican actress Erika Hau stars as Carmen, one of the handful characters trying to get to the safe zone but as an undocumented immigrant she has to fight twice as hard. CineMovie caught up with the actress to talk about why "Black Summer" is like no other zombie show. Watch below.
Quentin Tarantino's ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD premiered at the Cannes Film Festival Tuesday, and it's reported the film starring Leonardo diCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Al Pacino got a six-minute standing ovation. While the Cannes' guests got a full preview, the rest of us got a look at a new trailer with more new footage. Watch it below and check out the images from the Cannes' premiere with the stars.
"MasterChef Latino" season 2 premieres Sunday, May 19 on Telemundo with Masterchef season 6 winner Chef Claudia Sandoval judging contestant's cooking skills along with professional chefs Ennio Carota and Benito Molina. Not only will they be judging the competition but the three hosts will compete against each in teams, she tells us in the video interview below.
In DARK PHOENIX, Nicholas Hoult is changing sides as he teams up with Magneto to destroy Jean Grey when her transformation into Dark Phoenix kills one of their own. Watch him explain why Hank McCoy/Beast lives up to his alter ego's name.
Will Smith is the blue genie in Disney's live-action remake of ALADDIN, and CineMovie has your advance movie tickets in Los Angeles, San Antonio, NYC, Chicago, Miami, San Diego, San Jose, Phoenix, Dallas and Houston. Get your Gofobo codes when you click below.
John Wick (Keanu Reeves) is on the run for his life against the high table's the Adjudicator played by Asia Kate Dillon who in turn hires Zero, played by Mark Dacascos to hunt down Wick in JOHN WICK CHAPTER 3: PARABELLUM. We sat down with the new villains who are sweet as pie in real life.
BLACK MIRROR, British series has been taken over by Hollywood. The trailer for season 5 has arrived with Miley Cyrus and Anthony Mackie headlining their own episode, and only three episodes this go around. While the series has often starred Hollywood names like Jon Hamm, Bryce Dallas Howard and Rosemarie DeWitt, the actors are often not publicized to give a surprise element to the show. For the most part, some of the best BLACK MIRROR episodes feature unknown to us Yanks. Most online fans are complaining they don't need A-listers to attract them to the show, but they'll be there to watch regardless.
The first look at MALEFICENT: MISTRESS OF EVIL has arrived, and it looks like Angelina Jolie's dark fairy may go full blown evil in the follow-up to the box office hit. Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning return as Maleficent and Princess Aurora as well as Sam Riley with newcomers Michelle Pfeiffer and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
Richard Preston's best-selling novel, THE HOT ZONE has been made into a 6-part tv series for Nat Geo. The story is based on the experience of Lt. Col. Nancy Jaxx (played by Julianna Marguiles) and her husband Lt. Col. Jerry Jaax (played by Noah Emmerich) and their discovery of the Ebola virus in Washington D.C. in 1989. CineMovie was at the premiere and talked to the real subjects of the story and the author who describe the dangers of being a scientist for the CDC, and their thoughts on the current outbreak of measles in the United States.
Screen icons Diane Keaton, Pam Grier, Jacki Weaver and Rhea Perlman form a cheerleading squad for their senior living facility in POMS. The story may be far-fetched, but British filmmaker Zara Hayes came across photographs of a real-life senior citizen cheerleading team. She was inspired to make a movie about these women but she resisted the urge to make it a BRING IT ON version. Luckily for the actors, backflips and high jumps were not part of their routine but cheering in unison still had its challenges.
Add old lady to the things that scare us along with a killer clown in the new teaser for the IT CHAPTER 2. The first preview to the IT sequel focuses on the adult Beverly played by Jessica Chastain as she encounter Pennywise in disguise as an old lady who lives in her childhood home. We also ge glimpses of the adult versions of the Losers Club played by James McAvoy, Bill Hader and Javier Botet.
Argentinian director Andy Muschietti returns to helm the sequel which hits movie theaters September 6.