At The Movies
Based on the unbelievable, inspiring true story of a team of underdogs: a
struggling, working class gamer, a failed former race car driver, and an
idealistic motorsport exec who risk it all to take on the most elite sport in
the world. If you're a racing fan or you've had fun playing the Gran Turismo
games, then this entertaining underdog story is a must-watch movie. A high
octane movie on a true story that has to been seen to be believed.
Heart Of Stone (Netflix)
Heart of Stone dives into the world of unbridled
government controlled AI, delivering an action packed
thriller. The film's captivating portrayal of AI's
unchecked power makes it a must see for those fascinated
by the blend of technology and governance. While the
plot is a bit derivative, it is still an entertaining
action film that pays homage and utilizes the tropes of
the previous spy films of the past and present.
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The origins of the opioid crises in the United States,
as seen through the eyes of perpetrators, victims, and
truth seekers. Riveting mini series based on the Purdue
Pharma scandal with stellar performances from Uzo
Aduba, West Duchovny and an almost
unrecognizable Matthew Broderick.
Definitely worth a watch. It gives a tremendous insight
into the lengths drug reps go to, to get doctors to use
The DC superhero film Blue Beetle led weekend ticket sales
with an estimated $25.4 million, according to studio estimates, dethroning
Barbie from the top spot after a record setting run that left movie theaters
colored pink for a month.
The 2023 MTV Video Music Awards are starting
strong with the announcement of its first round of performers which includes
Demi Lovato, Karol G, Måneskin, and Stray
Kids. The event is set to take place live from New Jersey’s Prudential
Center on Tuesday, September 12.
People Puzzler is heading into the syndication broadcast fold this
fall as Debmar-Mercury clears the Game Show
Network series hosted by Leah Remini in more than 90 percent
of the U.S. The game show will make its debut across the country starting
Monday, September 11 across Fox, CBS, Nexstar, Scripps,
Hearst, Gray, Sinclair, and other networks.
And just like that … the Sex and the City sequel isn’t going
anywhere. Max has renewed And Just Like That for a third season. The news comes
just two days before the 11 episode second season drops its finale, which will
feature a cameo from Kim Cattrall, on Thursday, August 24.
Frasier has entered the building. The beloved sitcom starring Kelsey
Grammer as psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane returns with a “sequel series”
on Paramount+. Frasier returns to Boston, where he guides his adult son
Frederick (Jack Cutmore-Scott) and reunites with old
college pals, like new character Alan Cornwall, played by Nicholas
V10 Entertainment, which recently acquired America’s
Funniest Home Videos creator and producer Vin Di
Bona Productions, has partnered with Shorthand Studios
to expand the hit series’ online presence. Under the deal, Shorthand will go
through the show’s 30 year old library to upload more than 1,000 hours of
additional videos on YouTube and Facebook.
The Weeknd has done it again! In an Instagram post, Live
Nation U.K. announced that the Toronto-born star broke the Wembley
Stadium record by selling 87,000 tickets for his London concert on Aug. 18.
It’s not hyperbole to describe Oliver Anthony as an overnight
sensation, thanks to the out of the blue success of his hit song Rich
Men North of Richmond. After the video was posted to
YouTube, it’s racked up more than 33 million views in just 13 days.
Meanwhile, the song, which Anthony wrote, sang and produced, has climbed to No.
1 on the iTunes charts, and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard
Scooter Braun has finally responded to the headlines of
high-profile celebs who’ve cut ties with the Hollywood manager. It all started
when Canada’s Prince of Pop, Justin Bieber, reportedly axed his
relationship with the music industry mogul last week; however, both Bieber’s
camp and Braun have said this wasn’t true.
Miley Cyrus is leaning into her latest meme. In a new clip
promoting her upcoming single Used To Be Young, the 30 year old singer recreates
a viral meme from her Hannah Montana days.
After the disastrous outcome of 2017’s Fyre Festival, which saw
event founder and entrepreneur Billy McFarland get charged with
six counts of fraud, he’s out of prison and ready to host another Fyre Festival
for anyone who somehow doesn’t know what happened to the first festival.