David Ayer seems to have found a new muse with Will Smith. Smith still can’t seem to decide whether he is an action star or a dramatic star and is, at the moment, mediocre at both. Because he was brilliant at them both!
Bright revolves around Ward and Jakoby who roam around on a night patrol on to discover that the streets have a darkness underneath it. Oh, and one of them happens to be a demon.
Well, this seems to be a mash up of Ayer’s two films – End of Watch and Suicide Squad. What do you think?
Bright is out on Netflix in December!
Before film, artists once ruled the world. Now it’s cinema. And NOW we make movies about artists, which continues with Cezanne and I!
The historical drama revolves around two artists who became lifelong friends. One of them was writer Emile Zola whilst the
Cezanne and I looks to be a terrific artistic drama! We dare you to say the lead names 10 times fast – Guillaume Gallienne and Guillaume Canet. What do you think?
Cézanne and I is out 14th April!
You can tell what the team at Pixar are hoping to achieve with Cars 3. They’re hoping that it will leave all the other films coming out around the same time in the dust as it races towards a glorious swansong for the franchise (before they inevitably reboot the film with a brand new character in pole position).
While the latter may be achievable (née inevitable), the former is likely going to take some effort.
Everything you need to know about the film is in this trailer Lightning McQueen has had his day in the sun, and is now finding the younger and better-designed cars are hot on his tail. After suffering a crisis of conscience, he undergoes a new training regime (as well as a “tune up”) in order to show the world he isn’t obsolete.
Whether or not this will subtly imply that there are illicit substances that it’s OK to take to improve your performance in a competitive arena or that we all need to learn to grow old with dignity remains to be seen. But I think it’s safe to say that it’s one of the two…
Cars 3 is out in cinemas 16th June!
The news has broke that American actor, Bill Paxton, has tragically died at the age of 61. Paxton passed away after complications during surgery, his family confirmed. He leaves behind a wife and two children as well as scores of fans. The actor will be remembered for his roles in Aliens, Titanic, Predator 2 and Apollo 13 amongst his many screen credits.
A diverse talent, he starred in film as well as TV throughout his career. His first credited film role was as a Soldier in Stripes, alongside Bill Murray. He later had a small role in the first Terminator film. His break out role was as astronaut Fred Haise In Apollo 13. He won critical acclaim for his TV work in Big Love as a man with three wives and listened to an elderly Rose recount the doomed vessels maiden voyage in Titanic. He continued working up till his death and still has projects yet to be released.
My personal favourite and first encounter of Paxton’s has to be, Chet from Weird Science. As the older brother from hell he gets his comeuppance when designer woman Kelly Le Brock turns him into a giant…… well he looks like a pile of poo but you can make your own mind up.
News of the great actors passing has inspired social media tributes to his many roles. His final credits will be in The Circle and the Training Day TV series both released this year.
Amandla Stenberg is a prominent actress. She rose to fame in her (heartbreaking) role as Rue in The Hunger Games series, she is now appearing in great film, after great film.
As You Are looks to be her best yet!
Set in the early 1990s, As You Are revolves around the retelling of a relationship between three teenagers as it traces their friendship through the construction of memories, prompting by a police investigation.
This looks to be a stunning drama and a must see. What do you think?
As You Are is out later this year.
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