The WONDER WOMAN 1984 cast and director gathered virtually at DC Fandome Saturday morning to take fan questions and reveal a new trailer that shows Kristen Wiig's various transitions into Cheetah, and how it is that Chris Pine's Steve Rogers is able to return to 1984.
CHEMICAL HEARTS stars Lili Reinhart ("Riverdale'), Austin Abrams ("Euphoria"), Kara Young (HAIR WOLF, "The Punisher") and Coral Peña ("The Enemy Within"). Based on the book by Krystal Sutherland, Kara and Coral play high school teens who are friends with the main protagonist Henry. While Henry falls for his mysterious new classmate Grace (Reinhart), La (Young) and Cora (Peña), figure out their own relationship as gay, yet it's far more simple in comparison to the complicated love affair between Henry and Grace. The actress talk about the significance of portraying LGBTQ characters in a film aimed at young adults.
THE NEW MUTANTS finally hits movie theaters August 28 after a 2-year delay because of the Disney/FOX merger, bad timing with other superhero films and then movie theaters closed. Now in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, star Anya Taylor-Joy, Alice Braga and director Josh Boone say maybe the universe had different plans and now the horror thriller is more timely.
Kenneth Branagh returns as Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot from MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS. The Agatha Christie character is at it again solving a murder mystery in DEATH ON THE NILE with a star-studded cast that includes Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Tom Bateman (CHILD'S PLAY), Rose Leslie ("Game of Thrones," "The Good Fight"), Letitia Wright (BLACK PANTHER), Annette Bening, Russell Brand and Sophie Okonedo. Watch the stylish new trailer for the October 23rd theatrical release.
Voter suppression is at an all-time high in the coming 2020 elections, and a new timely documentary, ALL IN: THE FIGHT FOR DEMOCRACY, produced by voting rights activist and former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams arrives in theaters September 9 and on Prime Video September 18. Watch the new trailer.
Disney+'s THE ONE AND ONLY IVAN is the perfect family movie to watch and discuss in your living room when it premieres Friday, August 14. Adapted from Katherine Applegate's book, the screenplay by Mike White isn't subtle about the subject matter, but sometimes we need a kick in the head when it comes to animal captivity.
Angelina Jolie and 10-year-old Brooklyn Prince voice circus elephants in Disney+'s THE ONE AND ONLY IVAN premiering August 21. The two actresses recorded together so Brooklyn suggested both wear elephant onesies. Jolie obliged which made the actress very happy. Listen to how it all came about from the endearing young actress below.
'The Boys.' Antony Starr aka Homelander and Aya Cash, the new Supe - Stormfront tell CineMovie to expect a big blow out between the two in season 2 premiering September 4. They also drop some other clues in our Zoom interview with the actors. Watch below.
At first glance, SPUTNIK's premise appears to rip off ALIEN but the Russian sci-fi only borrows that concept and elevates into something more original. Don't come looking for an action-filled movie, however, it will have you on the edge of your seat.
Charlie Plummer gives an outstanding performance as a schizophrenic teen in WORDS ON BATHROOM WALLS. The young actor lost the role of SPIDER-MAN to Tom Holland, but everything happens for a reason, and perhaps his path was a different one. No doubt this breakthrough role will propel him into stardom, in additon to making him the next hot thing for young teens. Watch video below.
The virgin. The floozy. A sex-starved teen and the jock, all walk into a cabin in the woods, and one by one they die a horrible death. MURDER IN THE WOODS is just like every other teen slasher movie out there except this one stars a Latinx cast, and written and directed by Latinx filmmakers. Usually I'd applaud the effort, but sadly MURDER IN THE WOODS is a carbon copy of past movies, and a missed opportunity to inject new life into the slasher/horror genre with Latinx flavor.
Remember "The Star Wars Holiday Special" back in 1978? Disney has announced a follow-up to the Holiday special in LEGO form for Disney+ airing Tuesday, November 17. The cast of the new STAR WARS movies will return in an animated version in the "LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special.” The Disney press release reveals the story directly follows the events of STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER, so in a way we're getting a sequel.