At The Movies
Nicholas Cage headlines this new Sci-Fi
Martial Arts franchise from Dimitri Logothetis,
Director/Producer of Kickboxer: Retaliation.
An ancient order of expert jiujitsu fighters faces a
vicious race of alien invaders in a battle for Earth
every six years, but when Earth's hero is defeated by
the leader of the invaders, the future of humanity hangs
in the balance. Nicolas Cage is a big Bruce Lee fan and
always wanted to make a martial arts movie. Director,
writer and producer Dimitri Logothetis originally wanted
Bruce Willis to play Wylie but Willis was
part of three movies deal with Moviepass and
couldn't take the role.
The New Mutants
A new generation of mutants have emerged in the world.
Five young mutants with horrific pasts are taken captive
and held in a secret facility. A doctor who tries to act
as a mentor provides them with guidance while also
performing painful experiments that make the youths feel
like they are uncontrolled and losing their minds. Each
teenager must deal with the traumas that preceded their
arrival to the compound to finally free themselves from
their fears. Only after they accomplish this task can
they work together as a team to find a way to stop the
nightmare and escape.
Alex Rider (Prime Video)
When Alex Rider learns that his uncle Ian has been
killed in the line of duty as a British spy, and not in
a car accident like he's been told, everything changes
for this otherwise normal teen. He is approached by Alan
Blunt, head of a shadowy offshoot of MI6 known as The
Department, who reveals that Alex has been unknowingly
trained since childhood for the dangerous world of
espionage. Pressured to help investigate his uncle's
death, and how it connects to the assassination of two
high-profile billionaires, Alex reluctantly assumes a
new identity and goes undercover in a remote boarding
school called Point Blanc. Isolated far above the
snowline in the French Alps, Point Blanc claims to set
the troubled teenage children of the ultra-rich back
onto the right track. But as he digs deeper, Alex
discovers that the students are in fact the subjects of
a disturbing plan by the mysterious Doctor Greif, a plan
which he will have to risk his life to stop.
Paramount Pictures has removed its Michael B. Jordan spy
thriller Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse from the theatrical release
schedule. The studio announced the move without comment but the move had been
expected. Amazon Studios was near a deal for the worldwide rights
to Without Remorse but Paramount and Amazon did not confirm the report.
While a lot of movie fans only know Marvel through the MCU, the true
origin of their iconic superheroes began in the pages of Marvel Comics. Stan
Lee is the man credited with putting Marvel on the map with the creation
of a host of grounded new heroes, from the Fantastic Four to The
Incredible Hulk. Filmmaker James Gunn, who followed
in Lee's footsteps with his take on the McU's Guardians of the Galaxy,
took to Instagram to honor Lee on his second death anniversary.
It's just hair, why not have some fun with it? It was a week of major hair
changes in Hollywood, with several stars showing off their bold new looks on
Instagram. Not only did Vanessa Hudgens chop off several
inches of hair from her signature brown locks, but Ciara decided to shake
things up by going blue ahead of the holiday season. Plus, Ariana
Grande decided to give one of the fall's most popular beauty trends a try,
casually debuting new bangs.
Lindsay Arnold is taking a moment to celebrate her postpartum
body. It was just this month that the Dancing With the
Stars pro welcomed her first child, a baby girl with husband Sam
Cusick. The couple recently revealed they named their newborn daughter, Sage
Jill Cusick. And now, Lindsay is sharing updates on her first few weeks as a new
Dwayne Johnson shared an important milestone: His Moana
character Maui's song You're Welcome from the hit 2016 hit
Disney movie, which he does actually sing himself, recently went four times
platinum last month.
The Lilo & Stitch ohana is expanding, with Jon M. Chu in talks to
direct Disney’s upcoming live action adaptation.
Six weeks before Wonder Woman 1984 is scheduled to open in
theaters on Christmas, Warner Bros. execs are considering whether
to push the highly anticipated superhero sequel to the summer of 2021, or keep
the movie on its Dec. 25 theatrical debut and then put it on the HBO
Max streaming service in early January.
Space Force has been renewed for Season 2 at Netflix. The
show’s first season debuted back in May. Production on Season 2 is currently
slated to begin in Vancouver in 2021. The show is inspired by President Trump’s
proposal for sixth branch of the military and centers around decorated pilot and
four-star general Mark R. Naird (Steve Carell), who has dreamed of
running the Air Force, but instead finds himself tasked with leading the newly
formed Space Force.
Will Smith is ready to tell viewers how he became the prince of a
town called Bel-Air, again. Smith shared a trailer for HBO Max’s Fresh Prince
of Bel-Air reunion special, as well as its premiere date: Nov. 19. The
special reunites Smith with the surviving cast of the 1990s NBC comedy;
Tatyana Ali, Karyn Parsons, Joseph Marcell,
Daphne Maxwell Reid and Alfonso Ribeiro, and
DJ Jazzy Jeff, who recurred on the show.
A Darkwing Duck reboot is in early development at Disney
Plus. No writer is currently attached to the project, but sources say it
will be executive produced by Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg,
James Weaver, and Alex McAtee of Point
Grey Pictures. McAtee will oversee the project for the company.