12 MIGHTY ORPHANS is not just a football movie in the vein of FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS and other football movies, according to director Ty Roberts and star Martin Sheen. 12 MIGHTY ORPHANS is based on the true story of Texas football coach Rusty Russell's (played by Luke Wilson) formation of a football team at an orphanage whose team went all the way to the playoffs.
Andy Señor Jr. took the Broadway production of the Rent musical to Cuba in 2014. The stage play director and filmmaker Victor Patrick Alvarez documented their struggles in bringing the musical to Cuba, and revisiting their parent's homeland in the new HBO documentary, REVOLUTION RENT, executive produced by Neil Patrick Harris. Adding to the pressure was their families' disapproval of them going to the Communist country.
Diego Boneta and Alexandra Daddario are in a Romeo and Juliet-type of relationship in DIE IN A GUNFIGHT, a stylish action movie coming to select theaters, on digital and On Demand on July 16, 2021, and on Blu-ray and DVD on July 20, 2021. Watch the new trailer and check out the poster.
Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski, (The Handmaid's Tale), J.K. Simmons, Jasmine Matthews, and Keith Powers fight alien monsters in THE TOMORROW WAR. While the actors show bravery on screen, the actors’ fear of heights set in when it was time for their high-flying stunts.
Jessica Henwick (Iron Fist, LOVE AND MONSTERS) is the latest actor to join Rian Johnson's KNIVES OUT sequel for Netflix. The actress joins returning star Daniel Craig along with a few other recognizable names. See the cast list so far.
Texas-native Luke Wilson and 12 MIGHTY ORPHANS costar Vinessa Shaw play real-life couple Rusty and Juanita Russell in the new movie based on a true story of a Texan hero. During the Great Depression, football legend Rusty Russell moved his family to Fort Worth to form a football team at an orphanage. CineMovie talks to the actors about portraying the selfless couple who changed the lives of a few young men through the game of football. Watch the video below.
The stars of IN THE HEIGHTS were triple threats in Jon M. Chu adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway musical with impressive performances in massive musical numbers. Melissa Barrera, Leslie Grace, and Gregory Diaz IV tell CineMovie which scene was the most terrifying to shoot.
IN THE HEIGHTS director Jon M. Chu pulled off a massive musical number in a community pool for the cinematic adaptation of the Broadway musical featuring over 600 extras and dancers. It wasn't an easy shoot, in addition, the water in the pool was freezing and the talent was ready to walk off because of the cold. The director did something to show them they weren't alone. See what he did.
In the new preview for FREE GUY, we get to see more of the supporting characters like the villain played by Taika Waititi,Lil ReyHowery, Stranger Things'Joe Keely and Jodie Comer. Watch the action-packed trailer.
Loki’s Mobius, played by Owen Wilson, knows everything there is to know about the God of Mischief in the new Disney+ series, but the actor playing the TVA agent is not familiar with the MCU or Loki of Asgard. Before the production, Tom Hiddleston sat down with Wilson to give him the 411 on the anti-hero’s misadventures, and out of those “Loki lectures,” as the actors refer to it, the script started to take shape with some of Wilson’s takes on the beloved character making their way onto their quirky banter.
Lin-Manuel Miranda originated the lead role of Usnavi in the Broadway production of IN THE HEIGHTS over a decade ago. Miranda cast Anthony Ramos to take over the role for the cinematic adaptation. CineMovie asked the multi-talented artist if giving up the role to a younger actor was a difficult decision.
The Loki series is not what you’d expect. The new Disney+ series is a time traveling crime thriller. The first two episodes are heavy on the exposition between Owen Wilson’s Mobius and Tom Hiddleston’s anti-hero, and light on the action but it is full of intrigue with a set up that’ll keep viewers tuned in.
IN THE HEIGHTS movie finally arrives in movie theaters and on HBO Max this Friday. Warner Bros. has released the first eight minutes of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway musical adaptation directed by Jon M. Chu.