At The Movies
After he and his wife are murdered, marine Ray Garrison
(Vin Diesel) is resurrected by a team of
scientists. Enhanced with nanotechnology, he becomes a
superhuman, biotech killing machine, Bloodshot. As Ray
first trains with fellow super soldiers, he cannot
recall anything from his former life. But when his
memories flood back and he remembers the man that killed
both him and his wife, he breaks out of the facility to
get revenge, only to discover that there's more to the
conspiracy than he thought.
After contributing significantly to a series of high stake bets, Diamond
District New York City jewelry store owner, Howard Ratner (Adam
Sandler), soon finds himself in an abundance of debt. Maintaining relations
with his rich and famous buyers, while caring for his family, and defeating his
adversaries, Ratner dedicates himself to pulling off the most intricate heist in
history for the sake of his top sellers and his girlfriend. Armed with
unapologetically raw charisma and a noted gift of gab, Ratner knows no limits in
his ongoing pursuit for financial freedom and independence.
The Walt Disney Company is taking the edge off of “social
distancing” from the coronavirus this weekend, by streaming the animated
blockbuster Frozen 2 three months ahead of schedule. Disney
Plus aims to surprise families this Sunday with “some fun and joy during
this challenging period,” referring to the global pandemic of Covid-19, which on
Friday was declared a national emergency.
Penélope Cruz and Winona Ryder have given their
support to Johnny Depp in his ongoing defamation case against
ex-wife Amber Heard. Both women have submitted declarations on
behalf of Depp, who sued Heard in 2019 after she wrote an op-ed for the
Washington Post, in which she characterized herself as a victim of
domestic abuse, according to court documents obtained by People.
One of the few studios that are determined to carry on regardless is Warner
Bros., with both The Batman and The Matrix 4 set to
continue shooting, although there have been rumors hinting that upcoming DCEU
sequel Wonder Woman 1984 could end up being delayed.
Marvel Studios has chosen to halt production on Disney+
originals Loki and WandaVision due to coronavirus concerns just a few
days after The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was shut down.
These are also not the only Marvel or Disney titles which have been affected by
the ongoing global impact of coronavirus. Earlier this week, we learned
production on The Little Mermaid and Shang-Chi and the
Legend of the Ten Rings had been shut down and
that Disney had removed Mulan, The New Mutants, and
Antlers from its release schedule.
Simone Biles is holding the USA Gymnastics
accountable. Biles, who turns 23 today, isn't letting the USA Gymnastics forget
about their shortcomings and lack of initiative when it came to investigating
Larry Nassar's sexual abuse allegations.
Rumors of a romance between The Bachelor star Peter
Weber and his producer, Julie Laplaca, have been deemed to be
bogus. But the idea of the talent dating the crew isn't so far-fetched. Weber
and Laplaca had sparked dating rumors over the holidays after she shared a photo
of her celebrating New Year's Eve with "Pilot Pete," and after his father posted
a photo of her out to dinner with the reality star's family.
Stassi Schroeder is showing off her house glow-up. Earlier this
year in January, the star of Bravo's Vanderpumps Rules and
her boo, Beau Clark purchased a luxury Hollywood Hills home for a
whopping $1.7 million and became the proud owners of a stunning
Mediterranean-style property complete with all the amenities that the newlywed
couple could want or need.
Rudy Gobert, the 27-year-old NBA star who preliminarily
tested positive for coronavirus, is apologizing to the league and his Utah
Jazz teammates for being “careless.” The basketball player issued the
apology via Instagram on Thursday, one day after the National Basketball
Association announced they were suspending the rest of their season amid news
that Gobert had contracted the flu like Covid-19 virus.
As Quibi readies itself for launch on April 6, Jeffrey
Katzenberg and Meg Whitman’s mobile short form streaming
service has just opened a casting call soliciting participants for its revival
of Legends of the Hidden Temple. The ’90s cult-classic game show series
sent players on the hunt for hidden treasures protected by mysterious Mayan
temple guards, ensconced in all manner of obstacles.
Following host Trish Regan‘s controversial, on-air comments about
the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, Fox Business’ Trish
Regan Primetime is officially on hiatus.