On Thursday, the Hollywood Critics Association announced the nominees for the 1st Annual HCA TV Awards to be held on August 22. HBO, NBC, and Netflix came out on top with nearly 30 nominations followed by Apple TV, HBO Max, and Disney+.
Stephanie Beatriz (IN THE HEIGHTS, Brooklyn Nine-Nine) plays the lead in Disney's new animated movie, ENCANTO. Carlos Vives, the 17-time GRAMMY® and Latin GRAMMY winner contributes a song, “Colombia, Mi Encanto" to the movie while Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote all-new songs for the production. Watch the enchanting new trailer and check out the stunning-looking posters.
Scarlett Johansson's Natasha isn't the only Black Widow in Marvel's character origins story. The fights between the Widows mimic Natasha Romanoff's skill set since she learned the same Russian techniques. BLACK WIDOW director Cate Shortland tells CineMovie the fight scenes went beyond Natasha's moves for a more gritty style that reflected human abilities rather than an immortal superhero.
Based on a true story, QUEENPINS stars Kristen Bell, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Paul Walter Hauser, and Vince Vaughn in an outrageous comedy about two women who scammed millions in coupons. Watch the new trailer with Hauser (CRUELLA) stealing the show as always.
Shark icon and conservationist Valerie Taylor has been swimming with sharks and filming them underwater since the 70s. The shark expert and Taylor's husband shot the underwater footage of real sharks for Steven Spielberg's JAWS. Taylor is the subject behind the National Geographic documentary, 'Playing with Sharks' as one of the few women who documented shark behavior for decades. Taylor talks to CineMovie about her underwater exploits with sharks and introducing Chris Hemsworth to a Great White for his Nat Geo special, "Shark Beach."
After a long wait, Scarlett Johansson returns to play Natasha Romanoff in BLACK WIDOW along with Florence Pugh, David Harbour, and Rachel Weisz. To celebrate, CineMovie is giving away Fandango codes to see BLACK WIDOW in movie theaters. Read on to enter.
Val Kilmer has been documenting his life with home videos from his childhood and throughout his Hollywood career. The actor's videos have been compiled for a new Amazon Prime Video documentary that spans his Hollywood career, his fight with throat cancer, and addresses his reputation as a difficult actor.
Sofia Boutella (THE MUMMY, ATOMIC BLONDE), Jonny Lee Miller (TRAINSPOTTING), Brooklyn Prince (THE FLORIDA PROJECT), and Ismael Cruz Córdova (Ray Donovan, The Undoing) star in the sci-fi thriller, SETTLERS. The setting is the Martian Frontier in what seems like the Wild Wild West as settlers fight for a piece on the red planet. Watch the new trailer.
Stephen Lang returns as the eerie blind man in a sequel to DON'T BREATHE which takes place years after the home invasion. The new trailer reveals Norman Nordstrom now has a young daughter he longed for, but what is the story behind that new revelation? Norman is about to be attacked in his own home again by strangers, but it seems these men are there to rescue the young girl. We'll have to wait and see who's the villain and the hero.
There’s a film for everyone hitting movie theaters this weekend and on Digital. The next chapter in THE PURGE franchise racks up more bodies, THE BOSS BABY sequel entertains the whole family, and WEREWOLVES WITHIN is a riotous whodunit comedy for those looking for some escapism.
In Chris Pratt's new movie, THE TOMORROW WAR, actual footage from an F22 Raptor cockpit was used for the first time in cinematic history. Major Josh "Cabo" Gunderson shot the footage with a GoPro and appears in the shot. While we were on the subject of aliens and the military, we wanted to know from the Air Force Major whether their training includes encounters
THE TOMORROW WAR is your average action movie with some great intense moments, but what makes the Chris Pratt movie worth watching is the alien monsters. The creature design is the most original and scariest alien in a long time. Pratt brings heart to the movie, and Sam Richardson steals the show as the comedic relief. After watching it for a second time on a massive screen, the communal experience is a much better viewing option.