Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri filmmaker Martin McDonagh is reportedly getting the band back together. According to Deadline, In Bruges stars Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson are re-teaming with the director on his next feature project, The Banshees of Inisheer. Set on a remote Irish isle, Banshees follows the abrupt dissolution of a lifelong friendship.
Directed by: Nat Faxon & Jim RashWritten by: Nat Faxon, Jesse Armstrong & Jim RashStarring: Will Ferrell, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Zach Woods, Zoë Chao & Miranda OttoRuntime: 79 minutesRelease date: Feb 14, 2020 (Limited)Rating: R (for language and some sexual material)Genre: Drama, ComedyStudio: Searchlight Pictures It’s a beautiful day and you’re planted on the deck of
You think you’ve seen Nicolas Cage? Think again. He’s only been a vision up till now. A faint specter passing through the night. But soon the real Nic Cage will explode into a million glowing pieces all over the screen! I’m obviously talking about the actor’s forthcoming magnum opus, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.
It’s Oscar night this Sunday! Whether you see the Academy Awards as Hollywood’s annual orgy of self-congratulation or a yearly celebration of outstanding achievements in a year in film, those coveted gold statues represent the most prestigious honor in the industry and the highest form of recognition a filmmaker can receive. That said, the Academy
The Producers Guild unveiled the year’s best in film and TV producing Saturday at the 31st annual PGA Awards at the Hollywood Palladium, with Universal’s 1917 taking the top film prize. It keeps the momentum going strong for Sam Mendes’ World War I epic, which is produced and financed by Amblin Partners and New Republic, after it picked up
The EE British Academy Film Awards took place in London on Sunday. Approximately 6,700 BAFTA members voted for the nominations spanning 39 feature films. British theater director and filmmaker Sam Mendes’ WWI epic 1917, which landed nine nominations, took home seven wins including Best Film, and Outstanding British Film. BAFTA, the British Academy of Film and Television
The Writers Guild of America handed out its top awards of the year in concurrent ceremonies on both the East and West Coasts on Saturday night, with big winners including Parasite and Jojo Rabbit on the film side and Succession and Barry in TV. The other major film winner was Jojo Rabbit by Taika Waititi, which won
Looks like Skid Row is about to get some new residents. According to Full Circle Cinema (a site I’ve never heard of in full honesty), Rocketman star Taron Egerton is currently in talks to star in Warner Bros.’ upcoming Little Shop of Horrors remake. Speculation has it that Egerton will take on the lead role
1917 was the big winner at the 34th annual ASC awards, that’s the American Society of Cinematographers. Roger Deakins took home top honors, winning the Theatrical Release trophy. The Hulu originals The Handmaid’s Tale, History’s Project Blue Book and AMC’s The Terror: Infamy took the top TV awards. Across town at about the same time Saturday, 1917 and its director Sam Mendes won
We are experiencing the gold rush of reboots, where seemingly any old intellectual property can be mined for nostalgic worth. At the same time, the previous decade saw a horror movie boom, with a years-long string of critical and financial success from the genre. The stars have seemingly aligned for the inevitable return of one