Now that Game Of Thrones is officially over, the actors on the show are free to pursue other projects, with Jon Snow himself, Kit Harington, trading the fantasy world for reality in The Death & Life of John F. Donovan.
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Gringo is reminiscent of the early Tarantino and Coen-brothers films that dominated the mid-90’s. Sadly, director Nash Edgerton lacks the skill and finesse to bring the multiple plots and double-crossing characters together with the same style.
Disney’s latest entry into the expanding Star Wars universe of films topped the Australian box office over its opening weekend, however, it failed to meet expectations domestically, as well as globally.
Solo: A Star Wars Story recalls the early days of one of the franchise’s most beloved characters, Han Solo, played here by Alden Ehrenreich. It’s an entertaining romp through the Star Wars extended universe, but fails to deliver anything fresh to audiences.
The highly anticipated film Solo: A Star Wars Story story finally gets a full trailer, only about 6 weeks out from its release, and it looks like fans will be in for a good time.
The first teaser trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story has finally dropped, an unprecedented 3 months shy of release, and thankfully it doesn’t disappoint.
Featuring an all-star cast and directed by Nash Edgerton, Gringo sees a down-on-his-luck employee get embroiled in a dangerous game with a Mexican drug cartel.
The Pursuit of Happyness is a rags-to-future-riches story of exceptional perseverance starring Will and son Jaden Smith. After an erroneous investment into a large stock of bone density scanners, Chris Gardner’s (Smith Sr.) life starts spiralling down when he discovers that his investment is hard to sell and is barely making ends meet. Chris’s life really hits the pits when wife Linda (Thandie Newton) leaves him and he is left with his son Chris (Smith Jr.) and no money. Chris’s inspiration for success comes in the form of a six-month internship at brokerage firm Dean Witter, where he is accepted but to his dismay finds out that it is unpaid and his chances of selection are one in twenty. During this period Chris is forced to live in shelters, toilets and dodgy motels as he struggles to keep himself and his son happy and inspired.