At The Movies
A crew of astronauts on a multi generational mission
descend into paranoia and madness, not knowing what is
real or not. A look into real human nature type film
from the perspective of teenagers who where literally
bred to be earth saving astronaunts and find a future
home for humanity. But when the teen boys find emotions
and start to destroy their ship. Featuring some talented
up and coming young actors, the plot is a good parody of
how religion (in this case the fear of god/aliens to
explain the unexplainable) has shaped human history and
The Circle (Netflix)
The Circle is back. The reality show that took the
internet by storm is making its season 2 debut on
Netflix this week, and even though we’ve been
basically living in our own version of The Circle, the
outright goofiness of the show’s first season is enough
to have us, at least, a little excited about this next
outing. Plus, as the trailer suggests, this season is
gearing up for some new twists and turns: Lance
Bass on The Circle?!
For one man (Nicholas Cage), a job at a
defunct amusement park is supposed to just be a source
of income. As a drifter, after all, he's never really
had a steady stream of money. But what's supposed to be
a simple janitorial job turns into so much more once the
new janitor realizes that the animatronics seem to be
turning against him. Possessed and wild, they are intent
upon destroying each other, and any human in their path.
Not your usual type of B-movie, but a B-movie that knows
what it is and works it stellarly. It's campy and cheesy
at times, yet it has a very uniquely Willy's Wonderland
feel that really makes you want to immerse yourself in
the little world going on there. In a time of a
Pandemic, it's great to have something schlocky and out
there to not just distract you but to kind of tickle a
bit of nostalgia in you.
Nomadland emerged as the clear overall winner on the second and final
night of the 2021 BAFTA film awards weekend. Chloe Zhao’s
critically acclaimed exploration of the nomad community in the American West
took home the best film award, plus leading actress for Frances
The Real Housewives of Orange County star Braunwyn
Windham-Burke is single again after splitting from her girlfriend
Kris last month. The Bravo star publicly came out as a lesbian, and announced
she was dating Kris, in an interview with GLAAD last December. "I'm
finally comfortable enough to say: I like women. I'm gay. I'm a member of the
Lgbtqia+ community. I'm a lesbian," Braunwyn declared at the time, making
her coming out the first in the Real Housewives franchise.
Godzilla vs. Kong, the new special effects extravaganza that imagines a
battle royale between two of cinema’s most famous monsters, has surpassed $350
million at the global box office. What makes Godzilla vs. Kong’s box office
performance so impressive is that it is also available in the U.S. on HBO
Music legend Quincy Jones received the Icon Award,
while veteran music supervisor Maureen Crowe received the
Legacy Award, at Sunday night’s 11th annual Guild of Music
Sally Phillips, the British actor known for her role in all three
Bridget Jones movies, will head the cast of Australian comedy
drama film How to Please a Woman. Pitched as a warmhearted look at
sexuality and vulnerability at all stages of life, the film casts Phillips as a
50 something woman who has the inspired idea of launching an all male house
cleaning service. But she must ask herself questions when the business grows out
During the April 11 episode of Home Town, Erin Napier
and Ben Napier announced they were expecting another baby girl.
They are already the proud parents to a three year old daughter named Helen. The
special reveal on HGTV also occurred after Ben's brother Jessie and his
wife Lauren revealed they were having a baby.
Nick Cannon is gearing up to welcome twins. The Masked
Singer star’s girlfriend, Abby De La Rosa, took to Instagram
to share a video of her maternity photoshoot and revealed that she and Cannon
are expecting twin boys.
After 11 seasons, Shameless has come to an end. The series finale of the
R-rated Showtime dramedy was released on-demand at midnight on Sunday,
April 11 and aired on the cable channel in the evening.
Selena Gomez looks like she's having a bloody good time on the set
of her new TV series. The Lose You to Love Me singer was spotted wearing
a white turtle neck with a large blood stain on the front while filming a scene
for her new Hulu series Only Murders In the Building, which she
stars in and executive produces.
Travis Barker took to Instagram to post a photo of himself
throwing a drumstick in the air. He tagged his new girlfriend Kourtney
Kardashian in the post, which also had quite the eyebrow raising caption.
"All day I dream about sex w/ you," the blink-182 drummer teased.
Henry Cavill and his new girlfriend are playing mind games with
each other, but in a good way. The 37 year old Justice League
star's relationship with Natalie Viscuso is now Instagram
official, as they both shared a photo of themselves engaged in a seemingly
intense chess match.
Matthew Perry gave fans a sneak peek at his preparations for the
highly anticipated Friends reunion by sharing a photo of himself in the
makeup chair onset before deleting the image.
Streaming service Netflix Inc reached a deal to offer new Spider-Man
movies and other films from Sony Pictures to U.S. customers after
they play in theatres. The five year arrangement will begin with the 2022 slate
of movies, which is scheduled to include Marvel film Morbius, best
selling book adaptation Where the Crawdads Sing and
Brad Pitt thriller Bullet Train.