Ian McKellen plays a career conman who gets more than he bargained for when trying to swindle his latest subject in The Good Liar.
Tag: Helen Mirren
The outset of Disney’s The Nutcracker and the Four Realms establishes the main character as an intelligent girl who builds and corrects machinery as a way of fixing her problems.
John and Ella Spencer sally forth on an impromptu geriatric road trip bound for ‘The Ernest Hemingway Home’ in Key West, Florida (between Miami and Cuba), in their RV named The Leisure Seeker.
The Leisure Seeker is a charming comedy featuring two of the all-time Hollywood greats in Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland, about a couple in their twilight year’s adventurous road-trip.
Winchester is loosely based on true story of the wealthy heiress Sarah Winchester (Helen Mirren) and her mansion of endless rooms, which lays claim to be the most haunted house in America.
The recently released teaser trailer for new Disney fantasy film The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, initially came over eleven months before the film is set to hit cinemas in November of this year, creating early hype for Disney’s newest live action fairytale film.
Helen Mirren stars as widow Sarah Winchester in this supernatural film directed by Michael and Peter Spierig, depicting the tale of Winchester House, a real life haunted house in San Jose, California.
Winchester is an upcoming film by Aussie directors the Spierig brothers and stars Academy Award Winner Helen Mirren and fellow Aussie Jason Clarke.
‘The latest combination of F words and numbers is here’ as the latest film in the billion-dollar Fast franchise gets a funny Honest Trailer.
The Fate of the Furious is pure, cinematic entertainment; a perfect film for the big-screen experience, in case you were expecting anything less.
Good guys turn bad and bad guys turn good in the second official trailer for the 8th film in the Fast & Furious franchise.
Collateral Beauty sees Howard (Will Smith), the owner of a successful ad agency, grieving the death of his young daughter. In an attempt to free him of his grief, and save the ad agency from bankruptcy, his friends throw together a ‘well-meaning’ scheme where actors appear to him and present themselves as the physical embodiments of Love, Death, and Time.
Yes, the film formerly known as Fast 8 has had a title change to The Fate of the Furious, and today we get the explosive first trailer for the film.