Taron Egerton

21 Nov 18
Arcynewsy

This is Robin Hood as we had never seen before: no green Kermit tights, no plumage in the cap and strictly without slaps. Taron Egerton plays the legendary outlaw as a haunted war veteran, fighting the corruption of wealth to help the impoverished, while also fighting the symptoms of PTSD, in the new Robin Hood […]

21 Nov 18
EYG- Embrace Your Geekness

This Thanksgiving break started today and I went to a Tuesday night opening.  With the available choices of Ralph Breaks the Internet and Creed 2, you may ask, “How did you wind up at Robin Hood?”  I was asking myself that question as well. The real answer is scheduling.  I planned out the five or […]

21 Nov 18
Imperfect Perfectionist

Hallo guys, Kemarin baru banget gue nonton film Robin Hood (2018) yang dibintangi oleh My Crush Man Everrrrrr si Taron Egerton tetap dengan British Accent yang tidak memudar sedikit pun sejak Mas nya membintangi Kingsman as Eggsy dengan karakter yang talented tapi tetep kocyaag saudara. As a Robin, karakter Eggsy yang vulnerable masih tetap melekat […]

21 Nov 18
File 770

(1) BACK TO BACK. The Hollywood Reporter asked, the fans answered: “Which Movie Franchise Should Return? ‘Back to the Future’ Tops New Poll”. They don’t care that director Robert Zemeckis declared three years ago that he would try to block a reboot of the franchise, “even after his death.” Of the 2,201 adults surveyed between […]

21 Nov 18
magstweetupdate

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20 Nov 18
The Scottish Sun
YOUNG actor Scott Greenan has revealed playing psycho Begbie’s son paved the way for him to break into action movies. The 18-year-old from Hamilton found fame last year when he faced down his jail-break dad — played by Robert Carlyle — in Trainspotting 2. Scott Greenan credits his Trainspotting role as Begbie’s son for his action movie break in Robin Hood Scott was still a pupil at St John Ogilvie High School in his home town when he got the role — while looking for a placement at acting school. But now he’s landed a part in big-budget flick Robin Hood as one of the outlaw’s gang and has set his sights on the bright lights of Hollywood. He says: “Hopefully I’m on my way but I need to keep going. “It shows you how unpredictable this business is because when I was looking for acting places, I got the part for Robin Hood. Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh admits he’d rather be Renton than Begbie “If I’d got a place I’d have missed this opportunity. “It’s so hard to dedicate time to studying because you have to dedicate a full year or more out your life and miss chances like these. “When my agent says I need to be somewhere I’m on the next train and throw myself into it. “Actors my age in Scotland shouldn’t be this lucky. Scott hit the big screen in Trainspotting 2 His brave character stood up to Robert Carlyle’s Begbie in the Scottish cinema hit “I’ve been able to ride this wave a little bit easier because there’s so many other actors in Scotland that are probably ten times better than me. “But because of a look or placement or timing I’m able to get these parts and it’s amazing.” His new movie means he is sharing the screen with stars like Jamie Foxx, Taron Egerton, Eve Hewson and 50 Shades Of Grey hunk Jamie Dornan when the medieval caper is released today. Starstruck Scott admits: “Before filming, I walked into a room and the whole cast was there to do a full read-through. “It was incredibly scary as I wasn’t expecting it. The most terrifying part was I had my little name tag on me and I looked at the one next to me and saw of all people it was Jamie Foxx’s name. “It was nuts and I couldn’t believe it. Jamie is super-cool. The Robin Hood reboot is released this month “We got to talking and he’s something else, so down to earth. “He recognised my Scottish accent and started asking about me and where in Scotland I’m from. Then me and Taron Egerton opened the script and it was so intense, it went from zero to 100 really quick. “It was so tense as the entire cast was there watching me read my lines, but although I was the youngest in the room, I was trying to be mature. “It was a little bit over-whelming but felt so good when I was done and realised it went well.” Scott plays crusader Clayton in the flick, which looks into the backstory of Robin Hood for the first time. It was the role of a lifetime because Scott shot all his scenes with Taron, below, who stars as the famous outlaw. During filming in Budapest, the pair became pals and Kingsman star Taron even took Scott out to dinner with his entourage. Scott says: “I’m one of the crusaders and my character worked a lot with Robin Hood before he became a hero, so it meant working a lot with Taron, which was awesome. “We were on a custom-made set and it was absolutely bonkers. It was like a fantasy land taking us back in time. “There was some amount of hi-tech stuff and pyrotechnics on set. It was like a whole medieval siege. “I’d used just swords and a shield before and thought that was as cool as it gets, but this was a whole other level. “Me and Taron became friendly and I was trying to find a way to break the ice. “But he had worked with younger actors before and asked me to dinner with him and his personal trainer and dietician. I have Taron’s phone number now but don’t want to text him too much. Scott makes his Robin Hood debut in cinemas tomorrow “You see him and Jamie Foxx having conversations on Instagram and I’m out of that league at the moment. “It’s hard to keep in touch with a Hollywood A-lister.” Scott also made friends with Peaky Blinders star Paul Anderson. And he reveals the 40-year-old is just as mental as his gangster persona Arthur Shelby Jr. Scott is also pals with Peaky Blinders star Paul Anderson He says: “Paul is amazing. He was so funny between and after takes when there was a break. “Paul was the guy that kept Taron going with his humour. “I think on set you need that one person who takes control to make it a fun rather than stressful experience. “I hadn’t watched Peaky Blinders while we were filming but after I got back from Budapest I watched it and realised I had missed a trick before. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV AND SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “It’s remarkable how similar he is in real life. “He’s insane but also a lovely guy and brilliant to work with.” With three major Hollywood films under his belt at the tender age of 18, Scott hopes things can get even better. He can’t say too much about the part, but his fourth flick is another biggie after he was cast alongside Margot Robbie in Mary Queen Of Scots, which comes out next year. Scott admits: “The experience of working with all these A-listers is incredible, but I don’t feel out of my depth. “It feels natural and the only way to keep that feeling is constantly striving to get bigger and better.” Robin Hood is released tomorrow – Wednesday, November 21. colan.lamont@the-sun.co.uk [bc_video video_id=”5840800326001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”New trailer for Robin Hood reboot starring Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Ben Mendelsohn and Eve Hewson”] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@the-sun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200
20 Nov 18
GayBuzzer

It was fun while it lasted: Taron Egerton, the hot Welsh actor, finally responded to all those “gay rumours” that flooded the internets a few weeks ago. “I’m certainly not going to stop calling my mates cuties and gorgeous”, he says. But… there’s a but. 28-year-old Taron Egerton got his big break on Kingsman: The Secret […]

20 Nov 18
Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle

Rating: 0/4 Yep. You’re seeing that correctly. Robin Hood is the first zero rating in this website’s history. From the first shot of the veiled Marian (Eve Hewson)’s cleavage, to the cultural appropriation of her Arabic outfit, Robin Hood signals cheap intentions. The film, meant to be a re-telling of a classic story (the story […]

20 Nov 18
Tiffany

Film Review: ‘Robin Hood’  Variety Robin Hood is a humorless heist movie with no heart: EW review  EW.com ‘Robin Hood’ Review: Revisionist History Has Never Been Dumber or More Boring  IndieWire Full coverage from Entertainment – Google News https://variety.com/2018/film/reviews/robin-hood-review-taron-egerton-jamie-foxx-1203033148/

20 Nov 18
UPROXX

The Pearson family rings in the holiday in an unconventional way while things heat up on AMC’s “The Little Drummer Girl.”

20 Nov 18
Redlands Daily Facts
It’s the holidays, and that means there are plenty of films coming out before the end of 2018. As usual, at this time of year, some of them are only dropping by for Oscar-qualifying runs, mostly documentaries and foreign-language films. However, there are plenty, like “The Favourite,” “Roma,” “On the Basis of Sex,” “If Beale Street Could Talk,” “Mary Queen of Scots,” “The Mule,” and “Vice,” that will staying around and be on academy members minds come nomination time. #gallery-1657827-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1657827-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1657827-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1657827-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Scene from “Ralph Breaks the Internet” Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures) Wood Harris stars as Tony ‘Little Duke’ Burton and (ctr) Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Creed in CREED II, a Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures film. Credit: Barry Wetcher / Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures / Warner Bros. Pictures © 2018 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved. A musical number from “Mary Poppins Returns.” (Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures) A scene from “Vox Lux” Photo Credit: Atsushi Nishijima Nicole Kidman stars as Erin Bell in Karyn Kusama’s DESTROYER, an Annapurna Pictures release. A musical number from “Mary Poppins Returns.” (Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures) A scene from “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” (Courtesy of Sony) NOV. 21 Creed II: Michael B. Jordan returns as Adonis Creed, this time going into the ring against Viktor Drago — the son of Dolph Lundgren’s Ivan Drago, who killed his father Apollo Creed in “Rocky IV.” Franchise creator Sylvester Stallone and “Westworld’s” Tessa Thompson are also back. Green Book: A bouncer at a New York City nightclub (Viggo Mortensen) takes a job as a chauffeur for a jazz pianist (Mahershala Ali) during a tour in the 1960s Deep South in this film based on real events. Directed by Peter Farrelly. Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2: In this sequel, the video-game character Ralph (John C. Reilly) and his pal Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) go viral when they discover a wi-fi router in their arcade. Robin Hood: In this latest re-imagining of the classic tale, a battle-tested crusader (Taron Egerton) and his Moorish commander (Jamie Foxx) rebel against the English king. There’ll be arrows and a Maid Marian (Eve Hewson). Roma: Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuarón (“Gravity”) follows the lives of a family in Mexico City during troubled times in the 1970s. Shoah: Four Sisters: A four-part documentary that consists of a quartet of Holocaust survivors in the final film from French filmmaker Claude Lanzmann. NOV. 23 Astral: “Walking Dead’s” Frank Dillane stars in this spooky flick about a man trying to connect with his dead mother. Becoming Astrid: Tells the story of the early years of Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, creator of “Pippi Longstocking.” 8 Remains: A young woman slips into a mirror world while being choked by a lover. The Favourite: This costume dramedy set in the early 1700s digs into the rivalry between Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz)  and her cousin, Abigail Masham (Emma Stone), to be the favorite of British Queen Anne (Olivia Colman, who will play Queen Elizabeth II in Season 3 of “The Crown.”) The Long Shadow: Documentary looks at slavery’s impact on contemporary racism. Shoplifters: Written and edited by Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda, the film won the Palme d’Or at Cannes for its story about a family of crooks and a young drifter. The World Before Your Feet: In a six-year trek captured in this documentary, a man walks 8,000 miles through the streets of New York City’s five boroughs. Write When You Get to Work: A romantic comedy set in New York City at a private school for girls. With Emily Mortimer, Finn Wittrock, Rachel Keller. NOV. 30 Anna and the Apocalypse: A small town faces a zombie outbreak during the Christmas holidays in this horror-comedy. Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer: When Blitzen decides to retire, a miniature horse sets out to take his place. With the voices of Josh Hutcherson, John Cleese, Martin Short, Samantha Bee. Everybody Knows: Iranian director Asghar Farhadi’s psychological thriller about a woman (Penelope Cruz) whose daughter is abducted when she returns to Spain for a family wedding. With Javier Bardem. Happy as Lazzaro: Ordinary teen Lazzaro is a sharecropper in rural Italy, but it turns out he may be a time traveler. Invisible Hands: Documentary looks at how the world’s largest corporations profit from child labor and child trafficking. The Mercy: In 1968, an Englishman (Colin Firth) sets out to become the first person to sail solo around the world without stopping. With Rachel Weisz and David Thewlis. Mirai: Animated film from Japanese director Mamoru Hosoda in which the present and past coexist for a young boy who meets his family at various points in their lives. Never Look Away: Germany’s Oscar entry tells the story of a young artist who flees to West Germany, but is still haunted by memories of his life under the Nazis and communists. The Possession of Hannah Grace: A morgue attendant believes a disfigured body is possessed by a demon. United Skates: Documentary spotlights a community who fights save the underground African-American subculture of roller-skating. [cq comment=”The following content will display as an info box.”] Related links 76 movies coming to theaters in fall 2018 For comic book kids, Stan Lee was The Man long before Marvel movies began Holiday gift guide 2018: Toys and more, for tots to teens Actors Tim Blake Nelson and Zoe Kazan tell tales of ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,’ the new Coen brothers’ movie [cq comment=”This is the end of the info box.”] DEC. 6 Clara’s Ghost: In this comic film by Bridey Elliott, a troubled young Connecticut woman finds comfort with a ghost. DEC. 7 All the Devil’s Men: A military officer hunts for a disavowed operative who once was a friend. Asher: An ex-Mossad agent (Ron Perlman) living in Brooklyn falls for the woman he was sent to kill. Ben Is Back: Lucas Hedges stars as a 19-year-old with substance abuse issues who shows up unexpectedly at his family’s home on Christmas Eve, which strains even his mom (Julia Roberts). Directed by Peter Hedges, Lucas’s dad. Bernie the Dolphin: A sister and brother attempt to save a beach and reunite a dolphin friend with his family. Divide and Conquer: The Roger Ailes Story: Documentary on the controversial late Fox News founder. Dumplin’: A plus-size teen daughter of a former beauty queen rattles their Texas town by entering the pageant her mother had won. If Beale Street Could Talk: Film from Barry Jenkins (“Moonlight”) is based on the novel by James Baldwin about a pregnant woman (Kiki Layne) who desperately tries to prove that her fiancé (Stephan James) is innocent of a crime. Mary, Queen of Scots: Saoirse Ronan plays the title character and Margot Robbie is her cousin Elizabeth I in a new telling of the infamous family rivalry, which ends badly for one of them. The Party’s Just Beginning: “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Karen Gillan wrote, directed and starred in his story of a young woman who is forced to confront her own demons after the suicide of a friend. Swimming With Men: Comedy stars Rob Brydon as a man trying to win back his wife and stumbles upon a solution in the form of a male synchronized swim team. Vox Lux: Follows the story of Celeste — played in her youth by Raffey Cassidy and as an adult by Natalie Portman — who lives through a school shooting as a teen and becomes a pop star after writing a song about the tragedy. DEC. 13 Bird Box: Sandra Bullock leaps into a post-apocalyptic horror universe as she and her children attempt to escape from an alien force that drives people violently mad. Maine: A young married Spanish woman hiking the Appalachian Trail alone connects romantically with an American hiker. DEC. 14 Avicii: True Stories: Documentary on the late Grammy-nominated producer, songwriter and artist Avicii (aka Tim Bergling). Capernaum: The Lebanese drama, which won the jury prize at Cannes, tells the story of a 12-year-old boy who sues his parents for bringing him into the world. Directed by Nadine Labaki. Mortal Engines: Peter Jackson (“Lord of the Ring” and “Hobbit” trilogies) co-wrote and produced this steampunk adventure that’s set in a future dystopian world about a city on wheels. The Mule: Clint Eastwood directed and stars in this story of an octogenarian in need of cash who becomes a drug runner for a powerful Mexican cartel. With Bradley Cooper, Laurence Fishburne, and Michael Peña. The Quake: Oslo gets ripped up in this Norwegian disaster film. Sicilian Ghost Story: A girl who is in love with an abducted boy searches for him in this film with fantastical elements from Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse: In this animated take on the comic-book hero, Spider-Man crosses into parallel dimensions and teams up with other versions of himself to stop a threat to reality. That Way Madness Lies: Documentary filmmaker Sandra Luckow traces her brother’s horrifying experience with a broken mental-health system Tyrel: During a boozy lost weekend, a man’s (Jason Mitchell) trip to the Catskills with friends turns very weird. DEC. 15 Springsteen on Broadway: A solo acoustic performance written and performed by Tony Award, Academy Award, and 20-time Grammy Award winner Bruce Springsteen. DEC. 19 Mary Poppins Returns: Emily Blunt stars as everyone’s favorite nanny in a sequel to the beloved Julie Andrews original. This one is set in Depression-era London where Mary drops in on the grown-up Jane and Michael Banks who are in need of some magic in their lives after a personal loss. With Lin-Manuel Miranda. DEC. 21 All is True: Kenneth Branagh, who directs, stars as William Shakespeare in this drama set in the final years of the Bard’s life. With Judi Dench, Ian McKellen. Aquaman: After being introduced in “Justice League,” the underwater superhero (Jason Momoa) gets his own film as he must battle to save the kingdom of Atlantis from destruction. Directed by James Wan. With Amber Heard and Nicole Kidman. Between Worlds: Nicolas Cage stars as a man haunted by memories of his dead family as he tries to help a woman (Franka Potente) stop her comatose daughter from crossing over to the spirit world. Bumblebee: In this “Transformers” prequel, set in the late ’60s, Hailee Steinfeld plays a young woman who discovers a lovable rusty yellow 1967 Volkswagen Beetle in a junkyard and soon is on the run with it from government agents. Cold War: A love story between a man and a woman set against the background of the Cold War in 1950s Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris. From writer-director Pawel Pawlikowski. Second Act: Jennifer Lopez stars as a 40-something woman who tries to break away from her humdrum middle-class career rife with sexism and ageism and break the corporate glass ceiling with an inflated résumé. Welcome To Marwen: Fantasy drama directed by Robert Zemeckis (“Forrest Gump”) is inspired by a 2010 documentary. It tells the story of a man (Steve Carell), who was the victim of a violent assault, who constructs a miniature World War II village in his yard to help in his recovery. DEC. 25 Destroyer: Follows the existential crisis of an LAPD detective (Nicole Kidman) who once worked undercover with a gang in the California desert. It ended badly, and years later, she must deal with the aftermath. Holmes and Watson: Comedy directed by Etan Cohen stars Will Ferrell as the master detective and John C. Reilly as his sidekick. With Ralph Fiennes as Moriarty. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] On the Basis of Sex: Inspiring true story of the early years of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Felicity Jones) who overcame sexism in her own career to bring a groundbreaking case that would overturn gender discrimination. With Armie Hammer. Vice: Christian Bale goes through a crazy transformation to play Dick Cheney in this story of former Vice President’s rise to power, from Adam McKay, the director of “The Big Short.” DEC. 28 Stan & Ollie: John C. Reilly plays another member of a famous duo, this time as Oliver Hardy to Steve Coogan’s Stan Laurel. The biopic finds the comic pair late in their careers, touring Britain with a stage show in 1953.
20 Nov 18
SCNG
It’s the holidays, and that means there are plenty of films coming out before the end of 2018. As usual, at this time of year, some of them are only dropping by for Oscar-qualifying runs, mostly documentaries and foreign-language films. However, there are plenty, like “The Favourite,” “Roma,” “On the Basis of Sex,” “If Beale Street Could Talk,” “Mary Queen of Scots,” “The Mule,” and “Vice,” that will staying around and be on academy members minds come nomination time. #gallery-1416937-4 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1416937-4 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1416937-4 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1416937-4 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Scene from “Ralph Breaks the Internet” Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures) Wood Harris stars as Tony ‘Little Duke’ Burton and (ctr) Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Creed in CREED II, a Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures film. Credit: Barry Wetcher / Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures / Warner Bros. Pictures © 2018 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved. A musical number from “Mary Poppins Returns.” (Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures) A scene from “Vox Lux” Photo Credit: Atsushi Nishijima Nicole Kidman stars as Erin Bell in Karyn Kusama’s DESTROYER, an Annapurna Pictures release. A musical number from “Mary Poppins Returns.” (Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures) A scene from “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” (Courtesy of Sony) NOV. 21 Creed II: Michael B. Jordan returns as Adonis Creed, this time going into the ring against Viktor Drago — the son of Dolph Lundgren’s Ivan Drago, who killed his father Apollo Creed in “Rocky IV.” Franchise creator Sylvester Stallone and “Westworld’s” Tessa Thompson are also back. Green Book: A bouncer at a New York City nightclub (Viggo Mortensen) takes a job as a chauffeur for a jazz pianist (Mahershala Ali) during a tour in the 1960s Deep South in this film based on real events. Directed by Peter Farrelly. Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2: In this sequel, the video-game character Ralph (John C. Reilly) and his pal Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) go viral when they discover a wi-fi router in their arcade. Robin Hood: In this latest re-imagining of the classic tale, a battle-tested crusader (Taron Egerton) and his Moorish commander (Jamie Foxx) rebel against the English king. There’ll be arrows and a Maid Marian (Eve Hewson). Roma: Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuarón (“Gravity”) follows the lives of a family in Mexico City during troubled times in the 1970s. Shoah: Four Sisters: A four-part documentary that consists of a quartet of Holocaust survivors in the final film from French filmmaker Claude Lanzmann. NOV. 23 Astral: “Walking Dead’s” Frank Dillane stars in this spooky flick about a man trying to connect with his dead mother. Becoming Astrid: Tells the story of the early years of Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, creator of “Pippi Longstocking.” 8 Remains: A young woman slips into a mirror world while being choked by a lover. The Favourite: This costume dramedy set in the early 1700s digs into the rivalry between Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz)  and her cousin, Abigail Masham (Emma Stone), to be the favorite of British Queen Anne (Olivia Colman, who will play Queen Elizabeth II in Season 3 of “The Crown.”) The Long Shadow: Documentary looks at slavery’s impact on contemporary racism. Shoplifters: Written and edited by Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda, the film won the Palme d’Or at Cannes for its story about a family of crooks and a young drifter. The World Before Your Feet: In a six-year trek captured in this documentary, a man walks 8,000 miles through the streets of New York City’s five boroughs. Write When You Get to Work: A romantic comedy set in New York City at a private school for girls. With Emily Mortimer, Finn Wittrock, Rachel Keller. NOV. 30 Anna and the Apocalypse: A small town faces a zombie outbreak during the Christmas holidays in this horror-comedy. Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer: When Blitzen decides to retire, a miniature horse sets out to take his place. With the voices of Josh Hutcherson, John Cleese, Martin Short, Samantha Bee. Everybody Knows: Iranian director Asghar Farhadi’s psychological thriller about a woman (Penelope Cruz) whose daughter is abducted when she returns to Spain for a family wedding. With Javier Bardem. Happy as Lazzaro: Ordinary teen Lazzaro is a sharecropper in rural Italy, but it turns out he may be a time traveler. Invisible Hands: Documentary looks at how the world’s largest corporations profit from child labor and child trafficking. The Mercy: In 1968, an Englishman (Colin Firth) sets out to become the first person to sail solo around the world without stopping. With Rachel Weisz and David Thewlis. Mirai: Animated film from Japanese director Mamoru Hosoda in which the present and past coexist for a young boy who meets his family at various points in their lives. Never Look Away: Germany’s Oscar entry tells the story of a young artist who flees to West Germany, but is still haunted by memories of his life under the Nazis and communists. The Possession of Hannah Grace: A morgue attendant believes a disfigured body is possessed by a demon. United Skates: Documentary spotlights a community who fights save the underground African-American subculture of roller-skating. [cq comment=”The following content will display as an info box.”] Related links 76 movies coming to theaters in fall 2018 For comic book kids, Stan Lee was The Man long before Marvel movies began Holiday gift guide 2018: Toys and more, for tots to teens Actors Tim Blake Nelson and Zoe Kazan tell tales of ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,’ the new Coen brothers’ movie [cq comment=”This is the end of the info box.”] DEC. 6 Clara’s Ghost: In this comic film by Bridey Elliott, a troubled young Connecticut woman finds comfort with a ghost. DEC. 7 All the Devil’s Men: A military officer hunts for a disavowed operative who once was a friend. Asher: An ex-Mossad agent (Ron Perlman) living in Brooklyn falls for the woman he was sent to kill. Ben Is Back: Lucas Hedges stars as a 19-year-old with substance abuse issues who shows up unexpectedly at his family’s home on Christmas Eve, which strains even his mom (Julia Roberts). Directed by Peter Hedges, Lucas’s dad. Bernie the Dolphin: A sister and brother attempt to save a beach and reunite a dolphin friend with his family. Divide and Conquer: The Roger Ailes Story: Documentary on the controversial late Fox News founder. Dumplin’: A plus-size teen daughter of a former beauty queen rattles their Texas town by entering the pageant her mother had won. If Beale Street Could Talk: Film from Barry Jenkins (“Moonlight”) is based on the novel by James Baldwin about a pregnant woman (Kiki Layne) who desperately tries to prove that her fiancé (Stephan James) is innocent of a crime. Mary, Queen of Scots: Saoirse Ronan plays the title character and Margot Robbie is her cousin Elizabeth I in a new telling of the infamous family rivalry, which ends badly for one of them. The Party’s Just Beginning: “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Karen Gillan wrote, directed and starred in his story of a young woman who is forced to confront her own demons after the suicide of a friend. Swimming With Men: Comedy stars Rob Brydon as a man trying to win back his wife and stumbles upon a solution in the form of a male synchronized swim team. Vox Lux: Follows the story of Celeste — played in her youth by Raffey Cassidy and as an adult by Natalie Portman — who lives through a school shooting as a teen and becomes a pop star after writing a song about the tragedy. DEC. 13 Bird Box: Sandra Bullock leaps into a post-apocalyptic horror universe as she and her children attempt to escape from an alien force that drives people violently mad. Maine: A young married Spanish woman hiking the Appalachian Trail alone connects romantically with an American hiker. DEC. 14 Avicii: True Stories: Documentary on the late Grammy-nominated producer, songwriter and artist Avicii (aka Tim Bergling). Capernaum: The Lebanese drama, which won the jury prize at Cannes, tells the story of a 12-year-old boy who sues his parents for bringing him into the world. Directed by Nadine Labaki. Mortal Engines: Peter Jackson (“Lord of the Ring” and “Hobbit” trilogies) co-wrote and produced this steampunk adventure that’s set in a future dystopian world about a city on wheels. The Mule: Clint Eastwood directed and stars in this story of an octogenarian in need of cash who becomes a drug runner for a powerful Mexican cartel. With Bradley Cooper, Laurence Fishburne, and Michael Peña. The Quake: Oslo gets ripped up in this Norwegian disaster film. Sicilian Ghost Story: A girl who is in love with an abducted boy searches for him in this film with fantastical elements from Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse: In this animated take on the comic-book hero, Spider-Man crosses into parallel dimensions and teams up with other versions of himself to stop a threat to reality. That Way Madness Lies: Documentary filmmaker Sandra Luckow traces her brother’s horrifying experience with a broken mental-health system Tyrel: During a boozy lost weekend, a man’s (Jason Mitchell) trip to the Catskills with friends turns very weird. DEC. 15 Springsteen on Broadway: A solo acoustic performance written and performed by Tony Award, Academy Award, and 20-time Grammy Award winner Bruce Springsteen. DEC. 19 Mary Poppins Returns: Emily Blunt stars as everyone’s favorite nanny in a sequel to the beloved Julie Andrews original. This one is set in Depression-era London where Mary drops in on the grown-up Jane and Michael Banks who are in need of some magic in their lives after a personal loss. With Lin-Manuel Miranda. DEC. 21 All is True: Kenneth Branagh, who directs, stars as William Shakespeare in this drama set in the final years of the Bard’s life. With Judi Dench, Ian McKellen. Aquaman: After being introduced in “Justice League,” the underwater superhero (Jason Momoa) gets his own film as he must battle to save the kingdom of Atlantis from destruction. Directed by James Wan. With Amber Heard and Nicole Kidman. Between Worlds: Nicolas Cage stars as a man haunted by memories of his dead family as he tries to help a woman (Franka Potente) stop her comatose daughter from crossing over to the spirit world. Bumblebee: In this “Transformers” prequel, set in the late ’60s, Hailee Steinfeld plays a young woman who discovers a lovable rusty yellow 1967 Volkswagen Beetle in a junkyard and soon is on the run with it from government agents. Cold War: A love story between a man and a woman set against the background of the Cold War in 1950s Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris. From writer-director Pawel Pawlikowski. Second Act: Jennifer Lopez stars as a 40-something woman who tries to break away from her humdrum middle-class career rife with sexism and ageism and break the corporate glass ceiling with an inflated résumé. Welcome To Marwen: Fantasy drama directed by Robert Zemeckis (“Forrest Gump”) is inspired by a 2010 documentary. It tells the story of a man (Steve Carell), who was the victim of a violent assault, who constructs a miniature World War II village in his yard to help in his recovery. DEC. 25 Destroyer: Follows the existential crisis of an LAPD detective (Nicole Kidman) who once worked undercover with a gang in the California desert. It ended badly, and years later, she must deal with the aftermath. Holmes and Watson: Comedy directed by Etan Cohen stars Will Ferrell as the master detective and John C. Reilly as his sidekick. With Ralph Fiennes as Moriarty. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] On the Basis of Sex: Inspiring true story of the early years of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Felicity Jones) who overcame sexism in her own career to bring a groundbreaking case that would overturn gender discrimination. With Armie Hammer. Vice: Christian Bale goes through a crazy transformation to play Dick Cheney in this story of former Vice President’s rise to power, from Adam McKay, the director of “The Big Short.” DEC. 28 Stan & Ollie: John C. Reilly plays another member of a famous duo, this time as Oliver Hardy to Steve Coogan’s Stan Laurel. The biopic finds the comic pair late in their careers, touring Britain with a stage show in 1953.
20 Nov 18
D2H NEWS

Taron Egerton and Jamie Foxx talk ‘Robin Hood’ remake ‘Robin Hood’ returns to the big screen in a fast-paced origin story. via FOX NEWS https://ift.tt/2DyZoN9

20 Nov 18
Movie Tuesday

Hunter Killer Gerard Butler (300) delivers what was in the trailer. An action movie filmed twenty years ago but screen today for some reason. Tough American check. Evil Russian villain check. Sex bomb love interest… nope, Russia are also the good guys… huh? So they made a traditional action film and just slotted a few […]

20 Nov 18
Rare

Alright, if you are one of those individuals that always cries for everything and anything, then I suggest you don’t watch this commercial. Because let me tell you, it hit me straight to the core. Mainly because I love Elton John, of course, but also because of the message behind it. Throughout the years, John […]