Thor and Jane Foster’s breakup has been one of those background subplots shrouded in mystery from the rest of the Avengers, though, to the rest of us who can see Natalie Portman’s real-life career flourishing beyond the bounds of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it makes perfect sense. The breakup was disappointing to some fans (me, I shipped it, it’s the purest relationship in the whole series and it’s OVER and I’m SAD ABOUT IT), but rest assured that Thor: Ragnarok will finally give us an in-universe explanation. Kinda.
Lady Gaga has always been something of an enigma: from meat dresses to giant eggs to killing it at the Super Bowl, it’s impossible to predict what kind of inspired nonsense the artist will get up to next. A new documentary from Emmy-nominated Chris Moukarbel (Banksy Does New York, Me at the Zoo) attempts to give the viewer an inside look into Gaga’s life, from trips to the store to football games on her journey to create her most recent album Joanne.
Netflix’s scramble to cut some kind of deal with Disney after the company announced their own Disney-exclusive streaming service last month seems to have come to naught, as CEO Bob Iger announced that Marvel and Star Wars movies would also be among the films appearing exclusively on the new app Disney hopes to launch by 2019. Better get those Moana viewings in fast, folks.
Mean Girls is finally, finally coming to Broadway. Rumors of a musical have abounded for years, and now Tina Fey and Lorne Michaels are bringing it to us as early as next spring. That’s so — well, you know.
It just wouldn’t be Hollywood without directors of massively successful movies talking jive about other directors’ massively successful movies. James Cameron is the latest offender, offering up some boiling hot takes about Patty Jenkins’ summer hit Wonder Woman. Apparently, it wasn’t feminist enough for ol’ James.
The Happytime Murders is an R-rated comedic murder mystery that imagines a Los Angeles where humans and Henson-like puppets somehow coexist. It’s been in the works since 2008, with a number of people joining and then leaving as the project foundered. A year ago, Jamie Foxx was attached to star, but he left the project. Now, Melissa McCarthy is leading the project, and her Bridesmaids co-star Maya Rudolph joined up this week to help solve crime.
So, how about that Bad Boys sequel? We haven’t heard anything about Bad Boys 3, a.k.a. Bad Boys for Life, for a while, and that might be because it’s being shelved. One of the stars, Martin Lawrence, does seem to think so.
In the new Star Wars trilogy, the First Order is basically the Empire Part II, complete with a number of ships and vehicles of war that are direct callbacks to what their predecessors had 80 years prior. You’d think they’d hire some new architects. Today brings news of two very cool, very scary-looking First Order vehicles: the sinister AT-M6, and the equally-sinister Dreadnought.
Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman is the kind of ambitious picture that regular studios would side-eye: an epic spanning decades and employing de-aging technology to make its stars look younger based on where a scene falls in the film’s timeline. Paramount had its eye on the project before Netflix made Scorsese a better deal, and while a lot of people are side-eyeing Netflix’s model — especially when it comes to their relationship with brick-and-mortar movie theaters (or lack thereof) — Robert De Niro says the funding Netflix offered for the project made it their best option.
It’s almost the end of the month, which means it’s time to check out what kind of new stuff is coming to your favorite streaming services in September. Amazon Prime has some good ones this month, including a ton of classics and a new new films that you should definitely check out if you missed them in the theater.
Bryan Singer’s Queen biopic, aptly titled Bohemian Rhapsody, is kicking off, and now that it has a Freddie Mercury, it’s been hard at work casting the other three bandmates. Today, the three actors who will lend their support to Rami Malek’s Mercury, have been found.
Emma Stone has come a long way from her La La Land character Mia’s humble barista origins: she’s now the highest-paid actress of this year, thanks mostly to last year’s Damien Chazelle film that rocketed her around the awards circuit last winter.
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