At The Movies
Elly Conway (Bryce Dallas Howard), an introverted spy
novelist who seldom leaves her home, is drawn into the real world of espionage
when the plots of her books get a little too close to the activities of a
sinister underground syndicate. When Aidan (Sam Rockwell), a spy,
shows up to save her (he says) from being kidnapped or killed (or both), Elly
and her beloved cat Alfie are plunged into a covert world where nothing, and no
one, is what it seems. Matthew Vaughn cast Henry Cavill
because "he needed someone who was born to play James Bond, which
Henry is, and then nick him before Bond's studio did."
The Private Eye
The life of private eye, Mort Madison (upcoming
comedy superstar Matt Rife), is spiraling
downward, when a beguiling, slightly familiar woman
hires him for his most unusual case. Private
investigator Mort Madison (Rife) has seen his better
days. A mysterious woman, Michelle (Clare Grant) hires
him to spy on David (Elliot), whom he believed to be her
lover. In the detective process Mort himself falls in
love with Michelle and decides the only way he can be
with her is by eliminating David from the equation. Mort
hopes this will entice Michelle to run away with him and
live happily ever after only to reveal a mind-blowing
twist. The 28 year old comedian, who went viral on
TikTok and gained a massive following, will take the
lead as a detective in the mystery romance comedy film.
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Masters Of The Air (AppleTV+)
During WWII, five miles above the ground and behind
enemy lines, ten men inside a bomber known as a "Flying
Fortress" battle unrelenting flocks of German fighters.
An Apple Original Series from Steven Spielberg, Tom
Hanks, and Gary Goetzman - the producers of Band of
Brothers and The Pacific. During World War II, airmen
risk their lives with the 100th Bomb Group, a
brotherhood forged by courage, loss, and triumph.
Masters of the Air featuring Austin Butler
and Callum Turner has one or more episodes
streaming with subscription on Apple TV+.
Gina Carano is suing Disney and Lucasfilm, accusing
the company of discrimination and wrongful termination, after she was fired from
The Mandalorian for voicing right-wing opinion on social media.
February kicked off with a slew of Grammy pre-parties before the big
awards night, which included a Miley Cyrus performance, a surprise
appearance by Celine Dion and Variety cover star
Victoria Monét going home with multiple statuettes.
Drake is said to have laughed off an alleged inappropriate video of the
rapper that has appeared online. A headboard in the video seemed to match the
one that Drake has on his $220 million private jet, but the rapper apparently
responded to its “leak” by sending a series of laughing emojis.
As word of country singer Toby Keith’s death spread, many were
raising their red Solos in sad tribute to the singer, who immortalized the
humble plastic cups in his 2011 hit Red Solo Cup. Keith,
who had stomach cancer, died Monday at age 62.
A crewmember who was working on the Marvel Studios series
Wonder Man died following an accident on set Tuesday morning at
CBS Radford Studios in Studio City.
James Cameron confirmed to People magazine that he already
has ideas locked in for Avatar 6 and Avatar 7, which would expand his
record breaking franchise well beyond the planned 2031 theatrical release of
Avatar 5 The Oscar winner is currently in post production on Avatar 3 and still
has around half of Avatar 4 left to shoot. Disney has the next three Avatar
movies on its theatrical release calendar.
In a huge deal for a film originating in the independent marketplace,
Paramount Pictures has acquired North American rights to the
Robbie Williams biopic Better Man.
For the first time, the Hallmark Channel presented at the
Television Critics Association press tour on Tuesday morning
with three panels: one featuring their Hallmark Mystery talent,
one highlighting their Loveuary film, Sense and
Sensibility; and the final with the cast of The Way Home.
Disney, Warner Bros. Discovery and Fox are
combining forces for a new sports streaming service that will include
programming from ESPN, TNT and Fox Sports.
Tom Holland will star as Romeo in a new version of Romeo &
Juliet in the West End this spring.