Justin Timberlake takes a dramatic turn in the new Apple TV movie, PALMER as a former convict trying to return to society while protecting a boy whose interest in girl things will subject him to bullying. The new preview has all the feels of a tearjerker. Watch trailer.
Mike Colter ("Evil," "Luke Cage") stars in FATALE with Hilary Swank and Michael Ealy. He talks about the FATAL ATTRACTION-like storyline with some twists and turns. Colter plays the best friend to Ealy's character who encourages him to cheat on his wife, and he explains why men have a tendency to do that.
"The Office" gained even more popularity streaming on Netflix but now the show starring Steve Carell, John Krasinski, Rainn Wilson and Jenna Fisher is leaving the streaming platform and going back home to NBC's new streaming platform, Peacock. The news was announced in a creative manner via Dunder Mifflin letterhead. Every single episode of "The Office" USA will be made available along with tons of extras such as bloopers, deleted scenes, SuperFan episodes and more. Take a look at the hilarious Dunder Mifflin memo.
Is WONDER WOMAN 1984 a worthy follow-up? Gal Gadot and Chris Pine return in WONDER WOMAN 1984 with Patty Jenkins once again at the helm. Pedro Pascal and Kristen Wiig join the cast as the villains. The sequel may not have the same impact as the first film but the DC superhero still represents something special.
Jamie Foxx sadly lost his sister DeOndra last month. While promoting SOUL, his latest film for Disney*Pixar, Foxx described how the film's message about appreciating the little things in life reminds him of how his sister lived her life and the lesson she taught him. Watch as he beautifully honors his sister.
And you get a Marvel series! You and you get a Marvel series! It seems the Avengers are assembling once again but on Disney+. Aside from Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Tom Hiddleston, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie and a baby tree, Groot, their fellow Avengers Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury, Don Cheadle's War Machine/James Rhoades and Ben Mendlesohn's Skrull character will each reprise their roles for spin-offs on Disney+. There will be a GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Holiday special and Groot shorts as well. Along with the previously announced new characters getting a series, a few more iconic comic book characters are joining the MCU. See the complete breakdown, and a few new previews for the upcoming series.
On Thursday the The Walt Disney Company’s Investor Day event, Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy announced Taika Waititi will indeed direct a new STAR WARS movie, and Patty Jenkins has joined the universe for ROGUE SQUADRON, a film focused on strarfighter pilots in-training. Waititi's STAR WARS film has no title or focus but Kennedy promised a "fresh" and "funny" approach.
The STAR WARS franchise on Disney+ is about to expand so that we may never leave our homes again. Thursday at the The Walt Disney Company’s Investor Day event, Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy announced an exciting array of STAR WARS spin-offs coming to Disney's streaming channel in addition to the Obi-Wan Kenobi and ROGUE ONE spin-off with Diego Luna. Seven new series are in the works for Lando Calrissian, Ahsoka, and lesser known figures. One of the biggest news was the return of Hayden Christensen as Darth Vader. See the full list of upcoming series and synopsis below.
Now streaming on Disney+ is SAFETY, the real-life story of Clemson University football SAFETY Ray McElrathbey played by Jay Reeves who secretly smuggled his 11-year old brother Fahmarr portrayed by Thaddeus J. Mixson into the dorm rooms while playing college football at Clemson University. He was willing to choose his brother over his athletic career but the college community eventually rallied around him and his young brother. The cast and director Reginald Hudlin talked about the film over a Zoom conference. CineMovie had the opportunity to ask Jay and Ray about this endearing story.
New in theaters and On Demand December 11 is WILD MOUNTAIN THYME with a great cast that includes Jamie Dornan, Emily Blunt, Christopher Walken and Jon Hamm. Dornan plays an odd Irish farmer Antony who’s clueless that his neighbor played by Blunt is in love with him. During a Q&A with the stars and director John Patrick Shanley after a virtual premiere, Blunt says this character may be closest to Dornan’s real personality. Dornan admits she may be on to something but he’s not built for the farm life like his character.