At The Movies
Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny
Experience the return of legendary hero, Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford),
in the fifth installment of this beloved swashbuckling series of films. Finding
himself in a new era, approaching retirement, Indy wrestles with fitting into a
world that seems to have outgrown him. But as the tentacles of an all too
familiar evil return in the form of an old rival, Indy must don his hat and pick
up his whip once more to make sure an ancient and powerful artifact doesn't fall
into the wrong hands.
Black Mirror (Netflix)
A series of stand alone dramas, sharp, suspenseful,
satirical tales that explore techno paranoia, Black
Mirror is a contemporary reworking of The
Twilight Zone with stories that tap into the
collective unease about the modern world, particularly
regarding both intended and unintended consequences of
new technologies and the effect they have on society and
individuals. Each story features its own cast of unique
characters, including stars like Bryce Dallas
Howard, Alice Eve, Tom
Cullen and Jerome Flynn.
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Extraction 2 (Netflix)
Back from the brink of death, commando Tyler Rake (Chris
Hemsworrh) embarks on a dangerous mission to save
a ruthless gangster's imprisoned family. Extraction 2 is
an exceptional sequel that raises the bar for action
packed thrillers. Building upon the success of its
predecessor, this film delivers an adrenaline fueled
experience that leaves viewers on the edge of their
seats from start to finish. With its captivating
storyline, intense performances, and breathtaking action
The effects of fentanyl are considered the cause of death for Adam
Rich, the child actor known as “America’s little brother” for his role on
the hit family dramedy Eight is Enough.
When Taylor Swift took to the stage at U.S. Bank
Stadium in Minneapolis Saturday night, she continued her tradition of
surprising fans with unexpected song choices. For her Minneapolis show, Swift
delivered a doozy: Dear John, a ballad from her 2010 Speak
Now album that has long been rumoured to be a diss track aimed at
ex-boyfriend John Mayer.
Are Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds about to be star
bakers? The couple visited the iconic white tent on the set of The
Great British Bake Off, posing for photos with baking
competition show judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith
and sharing them on social media.
Taylor Swift was one of the stars invited to join Meghan
Markle on her now cancelled Archetypes podcast, but decided to take a
pass. That’s among the details to emerge from an intensive report from the
Wall Street Journal detailing the implosion of the $20-million
deal that Meghan and Prince Harry had signed with Spotify,
which the streaming service unceremoniously cancelled earlier this month.
Henry Cavill has previously discussed James Bond as
the role that got away, revealing he was in the running to star in Casino
Royale before Daniel Craig ultimately got the part.
Gwen Stefani has just dropped her new single, True Babe.
Stefani recorded with Swedish producing team Jack & Coke along with Los
Angeles based KThrash, who co-wrote the track with Stefani and songwriter
Vanna White is reportedly making a power play at Wheel
of Fortune following news of longtime host Pat Sajak’s
impending retirement. A new report from Puck claims that White has hired “an
aggressive new lawyer” to negotiate a long overdue salary increase.
Kim Cattrall continues to bestow her icon status wherever she
goes. In her latest series, Glamorous, Cattrall leads a makeup company
that hires a queer, non-binary makeup artist and online influencer, Marco, as
Rihanna is hanging up her Savage X Fenty CEO jacket. As the
Barbados born beauty entrepreneur steps down from the top position at the
lingerie brand, Hillary Super, former CEO at Anthropologie
Group, will be stepping into her heels on June 26.
Pete Davidson will remain on TV screens for another season of his
Peacock series Bupkis. The show works as a semi autobiographical series,
with Davidson, 29, taking on the lead role as a fictionalized version of
himself. The series follows him as he navigates familial bonds and the
challenges of stardom.
Magnum P.I. is coming to a close at NBC. The drama series, which
was canceled by CBS last year before NBC picked it up, will not continue
past the upcoming second part of Season 5.