“I swear to God I think we’re married in real life,” she told Entertainment Weekly while promoting the upcoming rom-com “Destination Wedding,” which reunites her and Reeves.
“In that scene, [director] Francis [Ford Coppola] used a real Romanian priest,” she explained. “We shot the master and he did the whole thing. So, I think we’re married.”
When they reconnected on the set of “Destination Wedding,” she reminded him that they each said “yes” to the “Do you take…?” question while filming with that ordained priest.
“Don’t you remember that? It was on Valentine’s Day,” she said, to which Reeves deduced,
The ensemble crime-drama Billionaire Boys Club quietly opened Friday in 10 theaters scattered in select states across the U.S. The indie film earned an abysmal $126 for the day following its release on premium VOD last month, according to those with access to theater grosses.
Put another way, that's a per location average of $12.60, which doesn't even equal two tickets if going by the current average ticket price of $9.27. For the full weekend, Billionaire Boys Club could have trouble hitting ...
Harbour characterized the curmudgeonly cop with a heart of gold’s outlook towards the town’s new development as a little more than complicated. “Clearly, he’s a
In April 2016, Berg – whose action film Mile 22 arrived Friday – said he was at work on a Rihanna film modeled after D.A. Pennebaker’s legendary Bob Dylan documentary Don’t Look Back.
While the documentary, which reportedly captured Rihanna at work on her 2016 album Anti, was expected to arrive in 2017, Berg told Slash Film that the movie should be out within two months.
“I think she’s an
Debra Messing assures us that David Schwimmer’s character on the upcoming 10th season of “Will & Grace” is nothing like his iconic “Friends” persona.
“He’s as far away from Ross as he can possibly get because he’s already mastered Ross,” Messing told Variety on Saturday night in Los Angeles at Project Angel Food’s Angel Awards, where she was honored with this year’s Founder’s Award. “I think people will be excited to see him in our world playing a different part.”
NBC announced earlier
Well, Smith has now taken to Facebook to provide another update, revealing that wrestling icon Chris Jericho is set to feature in the movie as “a nasty-ass South Florida streamer”.
Despite suffering a major heart attack earlier this year, Smith is showing no signs of slowing down. He’s gearing up to begin production on his return to the View Askewniverse, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, has another episode of The CW’s Supergirl in the pipeline, and recently teased that he’s working on what could become his biggest-budgeted project of his entire career.
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At the center of that critique is the fact that “BlacKkKlansman” is “being pushed as a true story and it is precisely its untrue elements that make a cop a hero against racism.” The film tells the story of Ron Stallworth, a black police officer who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan.
“It’s a made up story in which the false parts of it to try to make a cop the protagonist in the fight against racist oppression,” Riley argues. “It’s being
In his post, Riley recalled the actual history behind BlacKkKlansman, explaining that while he realizes directors in Hollywood take creative liberties in films that are based-on-a-true-story, he was disappointed with the director’s decision to portray the police in a more positive manner.
“The Handmaid’s Tale” had a tough, dramatic second season, and director Kari Skogland was in the thick of it. After directing the finale of Season 1, she oversaw four of the 10 episodes in Season 2, including the literally explosive episode in which 26 commanders from the repressive Gilead regime are killed by a bomb, along with 31 of their handmaids.
But the episode for which Skogland received her Emmy nomination is the one that followed that bombing episode and opened with a stark, beautiful memorial ceremony held in a snowy forest clearing.
The installment also featured Samira Wiley’s character, Moira, finally learning the fate of her lover, Odette, and Offred, the handmaid who was once known as June (Elisabeth Moss), reaching a cautious peace with Serena Joy (Yvonne Strahovski), for
Toots retreated from touring for three full years — the longest break he’s ever taken from performing — to recover as the lawsuit winded through court.
With a 92 percent Rotten Tomatoes score and an A on CinemaScore, Jon M. Chu’s adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s best-seller has earned acclaim both as a fun rom-com and as a rallying cry for Asian-Americans looking for more representation in media.
While the MPAA reports that Asian audiences account on average for about six percent of total domestic grosses last year, they accounted for 40 percent of this film’s opening weekend audience, according to comScore’s PostTrak, a demographic share unheard of for a Hollywood film.
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And with a $30 million budget, “Crazy Rich Asians
Warner Bros.’ highly anticipated romantic comedy launched above expectations with a five-day tally of $34 million when it opened in 3,384 locations. With a three-day weekend total of $25.3 million, “Crazy Rich Asians” swam by fellow Warner Bros. title “The Meg,” which earned $21.5 million in its sophomore frame. The shark thriller has amassed over $84 million in North America.
Jon M. Chu’s acclaimed movie — the first studio film in over 25 years since 1993’s “Joy Luck Club” to feature a nearly all Asian-American cast — carries a modest $30 million budget. Enthusiasm has been strong for “Crazy Rich Asians,” which arrives as Hollywood is being pressured to feature greater diversity on screen. It holds a strong 93% certified fresh rating on review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes, along with an A CinemaScore.
“Word of mouth is everything,” Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros.’ head of domestic distribution, said of the film’s better-than-expected launch.
“When I heard X’s recording, talking about my dear friend Peep I could not wait any longer to share this,” ILoveMakonnen wrote in the post. “@lilpeep @xxxtentacion coming Asap!!!!”
ILoveMakonnen added that he had co-written the track, likely titled “Falling Down,” before XXXTentacion’s death.
In the post’s audio,
Vedder, a diehard Chicago Cubs fan, prefaced the Bowie rendition with a long remembrance about attending the team’s World Series drought-ending win in 2016.
The band then welcomed Cubs co-owner Tom Ricketts and the World Series trophy onstage before the video screens segued to the recent heroics of Cubs rookie infielder David Bote, who hit a historic,
Wu plays Rachel Chu, an Asian-American economics professor who travels from New York City to Singapore to meet her boyfriend Nick Young’s family — which turns out to own the most
Prior to the boy band’s performance at the Colosseum at WinStar World Casino and Resort, the venue’s staff began clearing out the amphitheater when lightning was spotted in the area. However, 150 people “did not heed staff’s warnings,” a WinStar spokesperson told CNN, and soon faced heavy rains and 80 mph winds.
The sustained winds
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The song that plays over the final scenes of Crazy Rich Asians had to hit several important notes: It had to strike the right emotional tone for Rachel (Constance Wu)’s departure from Singapore, wistful yet strong; it had to work as an emotional throughline as the film checks in with the other key relationships in the movie — Nick (Henry Golding) and Eleanor (Michelle Yeoh), Astrid (Gemma Chan) and Michael (Pierre Png) — and it had to serve as a thematic closing statement for the film, the first studio product ...
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