At The Movies
Shazam! Fury Of The Gods
The continuing story of teenage Billy Batson who, upon reciting the magic word
SHAZAM!, is transformed into his adult Super Hero alter ego, Shazam. Bestowed
with the powers of the gods, Billy Batson and his fellow foster kids are still
learning how to juggle teenage life with having adult Super Hero alter-egos. But
when the Daughters of Atlas, a vengeful trio of ancient gods, arrive on Earth in
search of the magic stolen from them long ago, Billy aka Shazam and his family
are thrust into a battle for their superpowers, their lives, and the fate of
their world. Zachary Levi reprises his titular role.
Pinball: The Man Who Saved The Game
The story of Roger Sharpe, GQ
journalist and real life pinball wizard who in 1976
helped overturn New York City’s 35 year ban on pinball.
An unsettled writer with a fantastic mustache, Roger
Sharpe finds solace and confidence in the one thing he's
mastered: pinball. He soon learns the game is illegal in
1970s New York City when a police raid destroys the only
machines he can find. Learning what it means to take a
chance, Roger embarks on a crusade to save the game he
loves the most.
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The Consultant (Prime Video)
When a new consultant, Regus Patoff, is hired to improve
the business of the app-based gaming company CompWare,
employees experience new demands and challenges that put
everything into question, including their lives. The
Consultant is an American black comedy thriller
television series created by Tony Basgallop,
based on the novel of the same name by Bentley Little
and starring Christoph Waltz as the
titular character, with Nat Wolff,
Brittany O'Grady, and Aimee Carrero
in supporting roles. The series follows the employees of
a mobile gaming company whose leadership is taken over
by a sinister consultant, played by Waltz. The
Consultant premiered on Amazon Prime Video on February
24, 2023 to positive reviews, with critics praising
Lindsay Lohan is expecting her first child. The Mean
Girls star announced her pregnancy in an Instagram post on Tuesday,
sharing an image of a baby onesie with “Coming soon…” written on it. The post
was captioned “We are blessed and excited!”
While the print version of the iconic magazine stopped publishing in 2020,
Playboy is relaunching as a digital publication and will compete with adult
sites such as OnlyFans, which require viewers to pay for content from
creators. Playboy issued a media release, saying: “Playboy is reasserting its
role as the hottest platform for the world’s most creative, daring, sexy, fun
and thoughtfully rebellious creators.” Playboy also released a special edition
cover shoot, featuring internet personality and actress Amanda Cerny,
a former Playboy Playmate.
Mira Sorvino is “incredibly hurt and shocked” her late dad Paul
Sorvino’s “irreplaceable, enormous contribution” to cinema was left out
of the Oscars’ In Memoriam segment.
Avril Lavigne didn't let a naked protestor steal her moment at the
2023 Juno Awards. The Canadian singer/songwriter kicked the woman,
who interrupted her speech at the annual event, off the stage.
Winning best picture at the Academy Awards, Everything
Everywhere All at Once capped off a ground-breaking awards season and became
the most-awarded best picture winner since 2008’s Slumdog Millionaire.
The Little Mermaid trailer is making a splash, with a fresh look
at the film that stars Halle Bailey as Ariel during the 2023
Oscars telecast. Bailey appeared opposite Melissa McCarthy,
who plays the villainous Ursula, to show off the trailer.
There's bittersweet news for Prime Video's series A League of
Their Own. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the
series is set to return for a second season. However, it will be the show's last
chance at bat, and it will only consist of four episodes, half the episode count
of Season 1.
The Last of Us was officially renewed for a Season 2 by HBO
in January, but the creators are planning “more than one season” to tell the
much larger story from the video game’s sequel, The Last of Us: Part
True Detective and EDtv buddies Matthew
McConaughey and Woody Harrelson are reuniting on screen once
again, this time for a new Apple TV+ comedy from creator David
Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, John Stamos
and others are joining together to ride the good wave in honor of the 60th
anniversary of legendary rock band The Beach Boys.
Chris Rock’s Selective Outrage comedy special,
Netflix’s first foray into live programming, debuted at No. 7 on Netflix’s
U.S. TV Chart with just a day and change of availability.
With their upcoming Hot Summer Nights tour, TLC and
Shaggy hope to have a ball with special guests En Vogue and
Nicole Scherzinger is putting her past behind her. This month, the
singer debuted her new song Freedom at Sydney WorldPride in
Australia and the lyrics throw some shade at her Pussycat Dolls
The Bella Twins are leaving WWE to start a new
chapter in their lives and will now formally go by their real names, Brie
and Nikki Garcia.