The new TRANSFORMERS movie has begun production, and Paramount Pictures held a virtual event to spill the tea on the seventh film in the franchise. Here’s what director Steven J. Caple Jr. (CREED II), producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura, and stars Anthony Ramos and Dominique Fishback revealed about the new Transformer characters that will be featured in the film coming to theaters June 24, 2022.
LET THEM ALL TALK features a phenomenal cast with Meryl Streep, Lucas Hedges, Dianne Wiest, Candice Bergen and Gemma Chan starring. Steven Soderbergh's latest flick for HBO MAX is a lot of talk and little action. The characters talk circles around each other with no progression in the story. It's a missed opportunity to see Streep, Wiest and Bergen exude girl power. Instead we get an awkward and tepid relationship that's uncomfortable to watch which might be Soderbergh's intent in his latest experimental project.
The streaming service Pantaya has renewed 'De Viaje Con Los Derbez,' Eugenio Derbez's docu-series for a second season but this time his family is minus two family members. A new teaser was released promoting the new season.
Director Darius Marder delivers one of the best films this year with SOUND OF METAL starring Riz Ahmed in an award-worthy performance and Olivia Cooke. The sound design immerses the viewer into Ruben's journey as he looses his hearing. CineMovie talked to the writer and director behind the beautifully-crafted movie.
Mexican actor Luis Gerardo Mendez executive produces his first Hollywood film with HALF BROTHERS costarring with Connor Del Rio. The two play half brothers and polar opposites who discover they share a father. The actors talk about working together in a tiny sweltering car, and their four-legged costar who left a few nuggets behind.
So it seems like Warner Bros is completely writing off 2021 announcing their entire movie slate for next year will land on HBO Max on the same day as a theatrical run. Tentpole films such as THE SUICIDE SQUAD, GODZILLA VS KONG, DUNE, MATRIX 4, IN THE HEIGHTS, and tons of others will make their debut online as well. See the full slate of Warner Bros. films coming to the subscription service.
Anthony and Joe Russo return to the director's chair after directing the last few AVENGER movies with Apple TV+'s upcoming movie, CHERRY starring Tom Holland. It seems the brother duo keep tapping into the Marvel line-up after producing films with Chris Hemsworth in EXTRACTION and Chadwick Boseman's 21 BRIDGES. CHERRY will debut on Apple TV+ on March 12 after a theatrical run on February 26. Read on for the synopsis.
Ricardo Chavira portrays Selena Quintanilla's father Abraham in the new Netflix series based on the late Mexican regional singer's life and family. The actor says the series is a quintessential story of the American dream. Watch the interview below.
Award-winning investigative reporter Mariana van Zeller takes viewers into the inner workings of the dangerous black market talking to everyone from the mule, the henchmen to the narcos in National Geographic's "Trafficked," now airing. How does someone like van Zeller get access to these off the grid criminals, and does she fear for her life? She explains it to CineMovie.
A Mauritanian man Mohamedou Ould Slahi was detained at Guantánamo Bay detention camp without charge for years. His story based on his memoir “Guantanamo Diary” is now a movie with Jodie Foster, Benedict Cumberbatch, Shailene Woodley, Zachary Levi and playing the lead Tahar Rahim. Take a look at the intense new trailer.
To celebrate Luis Gerardo Méndez's new comedy HALF BROTHERS, CineMovie is giving away advance digital codes for a watch party in Los Angeles, New York City, Miami, Chicago and Houston Thursday, Dcember 3. Enter your email to receive your codes.
Reality stars Pedro Jimeno and Chantel Everett from TLC's "The Family Chantel' are hold up in their apartment during the COVID-19 quarantine and they're getting along better than ever without the family's meddling, Pedro tells CineMovie.
Roadside Attractions has acquired the English-language version of Matteo Garrone's PINOCCHIO for a December 25 release in the United States. The Italian retelling of the beloved children's literature classic stars Oscar® winner Roberto Benigni (LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL) as Geppetto and newcomer Federico Ielapi as the wooden boy.