At The Movies
Former FBI Hostage Rescue Team leader and U.S. war
veteran Will Ford (Dwayne Johnson) now
assesses security for skyscrapers. He's on assignment in
China when he finds the tallest, safest building in the
world suddenly ablaze, and he's been framed for it. A
wanted man on the run, Will must find those responsible,
clear his name and somehow rescue his family, which is
trapped inside the building, above the fire line.
A Quiet Place
A powerful and evil force threatens to attack a family whenever they make a
noise, causing them to plunge into lives of silence. Any move they make, they
live with the terrifying threat of being ambushed at any moment. With their
existence on the line, they will need to develop a plan to escape their perilous
circumstances. The question is whether or not time has already run out on their
aspirations to lead normal lives.
Showtime has confirmed an order for Who Is America?, a half-hour
satirical series from comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, which
premieres this Sunday. Cohen is writing and directing the seven-episode series
which “will explore the diverse individuals, from the infamous to the unknown
across the political and cultural spectrum, who populate our unique nation.”
Little to nothing is known about the Marvel Studios’ forthcoming
Captain Marvel, but we do know that the pic has been wrapped.
Brie Larson, Academy Award-winning actress and star of
Marvel’s first female-led superhero movie, posted a captionless picture of the
Captain Marvel clapperboard with a decorated calendar announcing that July 6 was
the last day of shooting. Of course, true to Marvel Cinematic Universe form, no
secrets or hints were given away from this photo.
Gal Gadot, whose portrayal of Wonder Woman has
endeared her to moviegoers of all ages, took some time off from filming
Wonder Woman 1984 to visit patients at Inova Children’s
Hospital in Virginia, showing up in full costume.
Disney / Marvel's Ant-Man And The Wasp took flight in 41
offshore markets this session, supersizing to $85M for its international box
office bow. The Paul Rudd / Evangeline Lilly sequel
buzzed in about 45% ahead of the first film and landed above industry
expectations, despite the lack of some key markets in this early mix.
Stan Lee has withdrawn his $1 billion lawsuit against his former
company Pow! Entertainment less than two months after its filing. In the
suit, Lee said he was taken advantage of when he was in an emotionally and
physically fragile state.
Bravo has ordered a late night talk show that will be executive produced
by Jerry O’Connell and Andy Cohen. Titled Real Men Watch
Bravo, the show will be also be hosted by O’Connell. Set to premiere this
fall, each episode will feature O’Connell alongside a panel of male celebrities,
comics and tastemakers, discussing the buzziest Bravo moments and a variety of
topics steeped in pop culture.
Paramount Network has given a pilot order to 68 Whiskey
(working title), an adaptation of Israeli TV series Charlie Golf One,
from Imagine Television Studios, the TV arm of Ron
Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment,
and CBS TV Studios.
The Japanese superhero Ultraman is coming to Netflix in the form
of a new Ultraman anime series. When one thinks of Ultraman, one might conjure
up images of a guy in a suit fighting monsters on a set made up to look like a
cityscape. But that’s not the route Netflix is taking. The anime adaptation
should arrive on the streaming service in 2019.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin were spotted in the
Bahamas shortly after news broke about their surprise July 7 engagement and
she's definitely sporting a massive rock. According to Twitter user
Azy Manzur, his friend met the couple on their getaway and shared a
photo, including a shot of Hailey's left hand.