Funny man Felipe Esparza will debut two original comedy specials, "Felipe Esparza: Bad Decisions" and "Felipe Esparza: Malas Decisiones" September 1 in both English and Spanish. A first for a Netflix comedian to record a stand up special in two languages.
A new film about the FBI's assassination of Black Panther Fred Hampton and the FBI informant who betrayed the trust of the Black Panther is being told in JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH starring Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield. Kaluuya delivers a powerful performance as Hampton in the new preview. Watch.
Nothing irks me more than bad acting, and PAYDIRT is full of it, mostly coming from the female characters who are only there to be objectified. Starring Luke Goss (THE HARD WAY, HELLBOY II, BLADE II) and Val Kilmer (THE DOORS, HEAT, TOMBSTONE), the film from writer/directer Christian Sesma is rife with bad dialogue, an unwatchable performance by Kilmer and a perpetuation of the Latino stereotype.
In his first leading role, Bobby Soto stars with Shia LaBeouf in David Ayer's (SUICIDE SQUAD, END OF WATCH) THE TAX COLLECTOR, a crime thriller set in the hood of Los Angeles. Shia plays a character named Creeper, and adopts a Chicano accent for the role of an enforcer along with Bobby's "David" character. Watch below what Soto had to say about working with the quirky actor, and his interesting story of how he met the director and coming from the same barrio.
Rocsi Diaz cohosts with "The Miz" on USA's "Cannonball" competition show. The Emmy Award-winning television host tells CineMovie she calls herself the "ringmaster" when it comes to reigning in WWE star Mike "The Miz" Mizanin and comedian Simon Gibson on the show. She also tells us she wouldn't mind sliding down one of those massive slides without the obstacles, of course.
David Ayer (SUICIDE SQUAD, FURY) takes to the streets of Los Angeles once again for THE TAX COLLECTOR starring Bobby Soto, Shia LaBeouf and George Lopez. The violent crime thriller has the B-movie vibe while the story is cliché from start to end. You get the impression the END OF WATCH and HARSH TIMES writer/director dug up this one up from his archives because it feels dated like one of those 70s Mexploitation films. Fans of that sub genre may enjoy this one.
Disney has finally decided to send MULAN to Disney+ in addition to a theatrical release in limited markets where COVID-19 has not shut down movie theaters on September 4. However, the live adaptation will be offered as a "premium access" for an additional cost of $29.99. Does this move reflect additional theatrical releases are coming to the streaming platform?
We're just one month away from the season 2 premiere of Amazon Prime's "The Boys" out September 4, and to tease the new season, a new trailer has arrived with a few surprises. Stormfront, the new character played by Aya Cash, may prove Homelander a boy scout next to her evil antics as she has a masterplan to summon all the supes of the world for something sinister. That in turn may have some of the supes joining the Boys team. Watch the trailer and check out the two new artwork for each team.
Academy Award® nominee and best-selling author, journalist and filmmaker Sebastian Junger and Emmy®-winning filmmaker Nick Quested bring the human story behind the Central America's migrant caravan through Mexico in a new documentary for the National Geographic Channel. BLOOD ON THE WALL premieres Wednesday, September 30, at 9/8c on National Geographic. Watch the compelling trailer and new poster.
Taylor Russell stars in WORDS ON A BATHROOM WALL as a high school student tutoring a fellow student who suffers from schizophrenia (Charlie Plummer). CineMovie talked to the 26-year-old actress about her new movie, and whether she thinks looking young is a blessing or a curse.
Animation is one industry that may not see too much of a slow down with the COVID-19 guidelines. Pixar Animation Studios announced this week that their next original film, LUCA, will be released Summer of 2021. The first image was released.
Amazon Studios announced Thursday they've acquired Regina King's ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI, her directorial film debut. Based on true events, the film centers on Muhammad Ali's friendship with Malcom X, football star Jim Brown and singer Sam Cooke one night after winning his first World Heavyweight Boxing match in 1964 when segregation laws kept him away from the celebrations.