Every year, I reveal an updated list of my favourite films ever, but I’ve never before announced my most beloved TV shows. So here’s my Top 15, as of today. Feel free to mock and argue with my choices. I’m just being honest…
Paramount Pictures have announced the release date for George Clooney’s upcoming film as director, scripted by the Coen Brothers: Suburbicon will hit theaters on November 3, 2017.
“Moonlight” director Barry Jenkins will write and direct a one-hour drama series based on Colson Whitehead’s best-selling book, “The Underground Railroad” currently in development at Amazon.
Jason Katims’ wonderful NBC series Parenthood features an eclectic extended family of delightful characters, young and old, those born into and married into the Braverman clan. Let’s rank those characters and reveal our favourites!
The new trailer for Zack Snyder’s Justice League has hit the web, one year since the release of Batman v Superman, and by god does it look abysmal.
Ahead of tomorrow’s highly-anticipated trailer, Zack Snyder’s upcoming Justice League movie has debuted 5 new character posters and another sheet featuring the team assembled (minus Superman).
Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have debuted a teaser poster for July’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, featuring the web-slinger, some groovy-looking headphones and Avengers Tower!
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy sequel has debuted a set of stylish character posters, featuring new images of its eclectic cast. Among those included are Gamora, Rocket, Groot and Kurt Russell as Ego The Human Planet!
Warner Bros. have debuted the first teaser poster for November’s Justice League, and confirmed that a new trailer will arrive this Saturday!
The Fast & Furious franchise turns up a gear, as Charlize Theron and Helen Mirren join the star-studded cast for the darkest, most personal thrill ride yet.
The upcoming third instalment of FX’s acclaimed series Fargo has debuted a one-minute trailer, giving us our first look at the cast (and their Minnesotan accents).
Beauty and the Beast, a musical, a fairytale and a film targeted primarily as a female audience, took $170m in the US this weekend. That’s the sixth biggest opening in US box office history, trailing behind a Star Wars, a Jurassic Park and three Marvel movies. Basically, it’s the biggest film ever that isn’t just men playing with toys. It’s women playing with toys! Of that top 6, Beauty is one of the weaker films: it’s unoriginal, lacks fresh energy and features a truly terrible performance from Emma Watson (keep in mind, this beat the openings of EVERY Harry Potter movie). So why did audiences flock in their millions to this release? Here’s a few takeaways from its success…
Martin McGuinness, the former Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland and one of the key figures in the country’s peace process, has died aged 66 in Derry.
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast remake, starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens, was unsurprisingly a phenomenal success this weekend, earning the biggest-ever March opening and the largest debut for a PG release.
A vacuous Emma Watson almost spoils this live-action fairytale, rescued by Alan Menken’s stunning soundtrack.