Christian Bale, Margot Robbie and John David Washington lead the cast of David O. Russell’s AMSTERDAM, a crime drama based on a true event but the synopsis teases that there are some liberties taken with the story. The film also stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Robert DeNiro, Zoe Saldaña, Rami Malek, Chris Rock, Taylor Swift, Mike Myers and Matthias Schoenaerts. Watch the trailer and first images.
Joe Manganiello (Love, Death & Robots) and Dominic Monaghan (LORD OF THE RINGS) star in AMC+'s new science fiction series, Moonhaven. The actors discuss the broad themes of the show and whether they’d consider living on another planet like their characters. Watch the interview below.
THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER continue the quirkiness that started in RAGNAROK but the Taika Waititi’s MCU follow-up is all over the map as far as tone. That’s not to say LOVE AND THUNDER isn't as fun but it takes a more somber turn for the final act. Natalie Portman doesn’t disappoint, earning the Mjolnir, and Christian Bale is a worthy villain as Gorr.
Nathalie Emmanuel stars in the new horror flick, THE INVITATION. The trailer for the new movie reveals a twist which we almost spoiled here but part of the fun is the revelation so watch what happens when her character is invited to an English countryside wedding.
Prime Video’s The Terminal List series, based on Jack Carr’s novel, drags after the first episode with flat performances from Chris Pratt and most of the cast. The lackluster and unoriginal story is a cross between THE FUGITIVE and DEATH WISH, but the action gets better towards the end of the eight-episode season.
Baymax returns in an all-new adventure for Disney+'s 6-episode series, Baymax!. CineMovie sat down with the voice of Baymax, Scott Adsit to discuss the new series that finds the medical companion taking to the streets to help strangers.
Bollywood comes to the MCU with India's biggest star Farhan Akhtar joining the MCU as Waleed, leader of the Red Daggers in Ms Marvel's episode 4. Farhan chats with us about what it was like being part of the Marvel series and whether his fate is sealed in his debut episode or will be back to further mentor Kamala.
MINIONS: THE RISE OF GRU is the fifth feature film in the franchise, and you get what you came for - fun. A prequel to the DESPICABLE ME movies and an origin story, the animated flick is set in the 1970s to funky music which really sets the mood for some hilarious Minions and Gru antics.
The Sanderson sisters are back, and they're causing havoc in HOCUS POCUS 2 for Disney+. The first teaser trailer and first stills with Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy reprising their witchy roles. Not much is revealed in the teaser trailer except a new generation of witches summon the troublemakers. Check out the first preview and images.
From 20th Century Studios and New Regency comes a new horror thriller, BARBARIAN starring Goergina Campbell, Bill Skarsgård, Justin Long. A young woman books a rental home but another house guest is already renting it, and lets her stay. She makes the mistake of spending the night. Watch the new trailer and movie stills.
Baz Luhrmann’s ELVIS movie is the best biopic about the King. Luhrmann’s story recognizes Elvis Presley’s musical influences from the Black community and his interaction with the segregated group. Austin Butler captures the charisma of Elvis and those expressive eyes. Tom Hanks gets the job done as the despicable and manipulative manager.
Brad Pitt and company get character movie posters for BULLET TRAIN directed by David Leitch. Check out one-sheets Pitt, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Shannon, Benito A Martinez Ocasio aka Bad Bunny, Andrew Koji. Sandra Bullock is the only other cast member without her own poster unless she's in the panda costume.