‘All the Money in the World’ Trailer: The story of the Getty family

With TIFF wrapping up this weekend, awards season is in full effect. You’ll have many studios pushing their films they believe can be a player for major awards. Many of those films have played at the Venice Film Festival and TIFF. Continue reading “‘All the Money in the World’ Trailer: The story of the Getty family”

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‘Unicorn Store’ Review: An uneven film that showcases Brie Larson’s comedic ability- TIFF 2017

Actors seem to have the most success transitioning into directing. It seems that actors have a better understand the undertaking of directing a film and lean on their acting while filming movies. Continue reading “‘Unicorn Store’ Review: An uneven film that showcases Brie Larson’s comedic ability- TIFF 2017”

Drew Goddard set to direct and write ‘X-Force’

After the unprecedented success of Deadpool it gave 20th Century Fox a way to take their Marvel characters rather than the prototypical X-Men and Wolverine films coming out every couple of years. The film gave them a blueprint of where they can take the universe and have much more weird and obscure properties. You can see the start of it with films like X-Men: Dark Phoenix, New Mutants, and X-Force. Both X-Men: Dark Phoenix and New Mutants have gotten great news regarding their production, actors, and script. But the same can’t be said for X-Force until now. Continue reading “Drew Goddard set to direct and write ‘X-Force’”

DC Developing a Joker movie outside of the DCEU with Scott Silver, Todd Phillips & Martin Scorsese

Before Wonder Woman was released it really seemed that the DCEU was back on track. That was followed by the slew of announcements at Comic-Con headlined by a Flashpoint film. Continue reading “DC Developing a Joker movie outside of the DCEU with Scott Silver, Todd Phillips & Martin Scorsese”

‘mother!’ Trailer: Aronofsky goes back to his horror elements

When news broke of Darren Aronofsky going back to the horror genre it was a welcomed news. Whenever he has used horror elements in his films he has done it in spectacular fashion with films like Black Swan and Requiem for a Dream. Continue reading “‘mother!’ Trailer: Aronofsky goes back to his horror elements”