At The Movies
Rambo: Last Blood
When a friend's daughter is kidnapped, Rambo (Sylvester
Stallone) crosses the U.S.-Mexico border to bring
her home but finds himself up against one of Mexico's
most ruthless cartels. Almost four decades after he drew
first blood, Sylvester Stallone is back as one of the
greatest action heroes of all time, John Rambo. Now,
Rambo must confront his past and unearth his ruthless
combat skills to exact revenge in a final mission. A
deadly journey of vengeance, Rambo: Last Blood marks the
last chapter of the legendary series.
An ex-con of great musical aptitude, Rose-Lynn Haven is a mother on a mission.
Desperate to leave Glasgow in pursuit of her dreams, Rose-Lynn has her sights
set on Nashville, where she hopes she'll strike it big as a country singer. The
only thing standing in her way is her discouraging mother, Marion. Marion, who
forces Rose to accept a cleaning job, can't be bothered with her daughter's
lofty ambitions. Fortunately, the people Rose works for are in her corner.
The Bayside gang is reuniting, but Zack Morris isn’t invited, for
the time being, at least. Mark-Paul Gosselaar, who played the
good-looking yet incorrigible Zack in NBC’s beloved Saved by the Bell
series, said he was never approached to take part in the show’s forthcoming
TV sequel, which will reprise roles from Mario Lopez and
Say goodbye to that Fomo. If you weren't one of the lucky guests to attend
Rihanna's highly anticipated Savage X Fenty show during New
York Fashion Week, fret not. Photos from the larger than
life event are officially out, so fans of the legendary star can finally gaze
upon all the goodies from the brand's latest collection. Plus, since the runway
was filled with industry leaders like Anna Wintour, Gigi
Hadid and Bella Hadid, and top celebs such as Normani,
Cardi B, Kacey Musgraves and more, it will fill like you were
watching the show right beside them.
The Breaking Bad sequel movie, El Camino: A Breaking Bad
Movie, will receive a limited theatrical release alongside its arrival on
Netflix. The film will premiere on the streaming service October 11th, while
screenings will be held between October 11th and 13th in 68 cities, including
New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Albuquerque, New Mexico (where the movie and
show were filmed).
Aaron McGruder’s The Boondocks reboot is coming to
HBO Max with a two season order. The new series will debut in Fall
2020 with a 50 minute special, followed by 24 more episodes.
New Zealand is about to become Middle earth once again as Amazon has
revealed that their Lord of the Rings series will
undergo production in Auckland. The country was famously used throughout
Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit
trilogies, building many of the series’ most famous sets from scratch on
location which have now become tourist hot spots.
Of all the streaming platforms that have yet to debut, which include Disney+,
Apple TV+, HBO Max, and Peacock, among others,
there’s going to be a huge number of choices for folks looking for original
content and are willing to spend a monthly fee to get it. However, despite those
massive companies about to enter the streaming game, Quibi might be the
most interesting platform that is soon to debut. Kiefer Sutherland
& Boyd Holbrook are set to star in The Fugitive
remake for the Quibi streaming service.
“Pilot Pete” is coming in for a landing. During Tuesday’s
Bachelor in Paradise finale, ABC confirmed weeks of speculation that
The Bachelor Season 24 will be headlined by Bachelorette
Hannah’s second runner-up, aka Peter Weber, a Delta
Airlines pilot from California.
Arrow's Queen family reunion just keeps getting bigger and bigger! TV
Guide has confirmed that Thea Queen (Willa Holland) will
return in a recurring role for the final season of Arrow, where she'll reunite
with her brother Oliver (Stephen Amell) and nephew William (Ben
n an episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show that aired on Wednesday, host and
singer Kelly Clarkson reunited with the three people that helped make her
famous: Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and Randy
Jackson. This marked the first time all three original American
Idol judges have reunited together with Clarkson since she won the first
season of the show in 2002, which kickstarted her now-Grammy-winning
music career, not to mention her new status as a TV star.