At the time of his tragic death in 2016, twenty-seven-year-old actor Anton Yelchin was one of Hollywood’s most interesting actors.
Tag: Willem Dafoe
The Honest Trailers gang have hit a home-run with their latest Honest Trailer for the hit DC blockbuster movie Aquaman.
It would be remiss of this reviewer to discuss the psychological drama Vox Lux without commenting on the abhorrent manner which pop-star Celeste is endowed by fame; a by-product of a culture obsessed with celebrity in a system that benefits from the exploitation of trauma.
Russell Crowe won an Academy Award for his role in Gladiator (2000); a spectacle film containing chariot races, battles to the death, and scenes involving Crowe stroking wheat in a field. In a film that promises all the joy of caressing plants without any of the Gladiator action, At Eternity’s Gate enters this year’s award season as a little-known film that could potentially garner Willem Dafoe his first (overdue) Oscar.
James Wan’s Aquaman is the least serious entry into DC’s slate of films, and may even be the least serious comic-book movie we’ve seen to date.
DC is looking for a hit and if this final trailer for Aquaman is anything to go by, then this could be it.
See director James Wan and the cast of Aquaman talk about the making of the film in this new behind-the-scenes video.
Natalie Portman plays Celeste, a pop superstar with a tragic past in the upcoming musical drama film Vox Lux.
James Wan’s Aquaman gets a 5-minute extended trailer which features some gorgeous visuals, more plot details and exciting action!
DC’s Aquaman is getting his own solo film this year with James Wan in the director’s chair – here are the first images from the film!
Walt Disney World: The happiest place on earth – or so we thought.
Based on the 1934 best-selling novel by Agatha Christie, Murder on the Orient Express is a murder-mystery film directed by Kenneth Branagh, who also plays one of the lead roles as Detective Hercule Poirot.
Director Adam Wingard walked haplessly into the volley fire of internet-trench-warfare in August, as Netflix deployed it’s much anticipated American adaption of Death Note.
With all the buzz regarding the new Spider-Man movie and Tom Holland bringing to life the third attempt of the web-slinger in just 15 years, it’s fun to look back at what was attempted not that long ago. So if you wanted to see how Marvel’s rendition of the wall-crawling hero measures up to Sony’s earlier attempts, never fear, I’ve saved you from having to watch over 4 hours of Peter Parker crying over his dead Uncle Ben, again.