At The Movies
The story of Princess Diana is told exclusively through
contemporaneous archive creating a bold and immersive narrative of her life and
death. Turning the camera back on ourselves, it also illuminates the profound
impact she had and how the public's attitude to the monarchy was, and still is,
shaped by these events. The Princess doesn't seek to unearth anything new about
the Princess Diana story. Instead, it successfully focuses on how her life was
structured around fame and how she sought to both work within its confines and
break free from it.
The story of orphaned Sam (Eva Noblezada),
the unluckiest person in the world, Luck is the first
release from Skydance Animation, the new
home of disgraced former Pixar and Disney
executive John Lasseter, who clearly knows
a thing or two about falling on his feet. There’s much
to enjoy, a chase sequence with a lucky black cat (Simon
Pegg) is a giddy delight, displaying Jacques Tati
levels of audacious inventiveness. And the hazmat
bunnies who clean up spilt misfortune are both
functional and adorable.
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Paper Girls (Prime Video)
A few hours after 1988 Halloween night, four 12 year old
girls have to face a mission. Trapped in a complicated
conflict, they will travel in time to save the world.
People will say that its like Stranger Things
but the storyline and character arcs hit as being more
developed and emotionally realistic in Paper Girls. Mac
was just outstanding, especially considering the heavy
knowledge of what happens to her in the future. Paper
Girls featuring Camryn Jones is streaming
with a subscription on Prime Video.
Hollywood actress Anne Heche remained hospitalized in critical
condition, comatose and connected to a breathing machine on Monday, four days
after suffering severe injuries in a fiery Los Angeles car crash, a spokesperson
for the performer said.
John Travolta has led tributes to Olivia Newton-John,
who died Monday at age 73. The Grease star wrote that the actress, who
played Sandy Olsen to his Danny Zuko in the 1978 movie musical, “made all our
lives so much better.” The 68 year old actor wrote on Instagram: “My dearest
Olivia, you made all of our lives so much better."
Ashton Kutcher had a rare autoimmune disorder that robbed him of
his ability to see, hear, or walk. The That 70s Show star
says he is “lucky to be alive” after enduring a “super rare form of vasculitis,”
which “knocked him out” for a year a couple of years ago.
Actor Ezra Miller has been charged with felony burglary in
Stamford, Vermont, the latest in a string of incidents involving the embattled
star of The Flash. Vermont State Police said they responded to a
burglary complaint in Stamford on May 1 and found several bottles of alcohol
were taken from a residence while the homeowners weren’t present. Miller was
charged after police consulted surveillance footage and interviewed witnesses.
Rapper Fetty Wap was jailed after, prosecutors say, he threatened
to kill a man during a FaceTime call in 2021, violating the terms of his
pretrial release in a pending federal drug conspiracy case.
Paget Brewster is returning to her role as FBI Supervisory Special
Agent Emily Prentiss for the upcoming Criminal Minds revival on
Paramount+, and she is bringing with her a new look and a new attitude.
NBC is getting out of the Hulu business. In September, NBC series
will begin streaming new episodes next day on NBCUniversal’s streaming
service Peacock, the same arrangement it had for years with Hulu.
Ozzy Osbourne is back. The rocker, 73, returned to the stage Aug.
8 after undergoing what his wife Sharon Osbourne described as a "very major
operation" nearly two months ago. Ozzy was part of the grand finale for 2022
Commonwealth Games closing ceremonies held at Alexander
Stadium in his hometown of Birmingham, England.
Demi Lovato is all coupled up for the summer. A source close to
the Sorry Not Sorry singer tells E! News that she is
currently "very happy and in a great place," noting that Demi is in "a healthy
relationship with a musician boyfriend."
Christina Ricci isn't feeling altogether ooky about Jenna
Ortega filling her shoes. Ricci said as much while discussing the new
Wednesday Addams centric series with Variety. Specifically, Ricci, who
played the macabre obsessed Addams daughter in the '90s films, revealed that she
was "flattered" that Wednesday director Tim Burton asked her to
join the series.