Check out this new funny Honest Trailer for Sony’s smash hit Venom starring Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams and Riz Ahmed.
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Tom Hardy has a special kind of charisma that compliments his aesthetic and makes him all the more attractive, even when bonded with a parasite that turns him into a terrifying, monstrous, alien thing.
Two cool new movie clips from Ruben Fleischer’s Venom movie have dropped, featuring Tom Hardy and Riz Ahmed in key roles.
Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock does not appear to bond too well with the Venom symbiote in the latest trailer for Sony’s Venom.
Fans get their first look at the alien symbiote known as ‘Venom’ in the latest trailer for the upcoming Sony film of the same name, starring Tom Hardy.
If you think the premise behind Amy Schumer’s latest romp I Feel Pretty seems familiar, you’d be right. Switch out Schumer for Jack Black and insert Tony Robbins in place of a motivating SoulCycle trainer and you’ll find this well-intentioned romantic comedy bears a striking resemblance to 2001’s Shallow Hal.
Fans of movies based on Marvel comicbook characters have been waiting for years for a decent portrayal of Spider-Man’s most famous foe, and finally, Tom Hardy and Ruben Fleischer are giving the people what they want.
I Feel Pretty is the latest comedy film featuring Amy Schumer, one that promotes a positive body image message, with the actor/comedian’s signature style layered on top.
Eleventh Hour replacement Christopher Plummer excels as oil tycoon J.P. Getty in Ridley’s Scott’s heavily publicized kidnapping drama, All the Money in the World.
Plummer replaces Kevin Spacey in the role of J. Paul Getty, the world’s richest man (at the time), in this kidnapping-action film from acclaimed director Ridley Scott.
All the Money in the World is based on a true story that appears to feature some powerhouse performances from Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg.
Hollywood often sets the truth aside in favour of telling a better story. Sometimes the truth doesn’t have that perfect three-act structure they’re looking for, and that’s okay. Alternatively, in some rare cases, the film differs from reality, because the truth is just too insane to believe. For instance, Hugh Glass of The Revenant (2015), did not crawl across the country after being mauled by a bear to seek vengeance for the murder of his son, he just did it because he was pissed at John Fitzgerald; Glass didn’t even have a son.
Hugh Jackman stars as P.T. Barnum, the man who invented ‘show business’ in this upcoming musical by Australian director Michael Gracey.
There’s not too much I can say about Kenneth Lonergan’s latest film, Manchester by the Sea, without explaining the extreme weight of it. The film’s protagonist, Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck), bares a personal guilt so large, its force is felt so deeply that you start to wonder how powerfully trauma can be transferred from screen to seat.