Sunday, July 23, 2017

'Dunkirk' Review

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By Diego Coya
            After a year and a half of anticipation, I have finally seen Dunkirk. Any film that Christopher Nolan directs is automatically my most anticipated film of that year. This is because Nolan is my absolute favorite director of all time. Furthermore, it’s as if any movie he releases is like a cinematic event that always pays off.  Needless to say, when I heard that he was going to direct a World War II film regarding the Dunkirk Evacuation, my excitement was through the roof.

Dunkirk is based off the true story of 400,000 Allied soldiers (Belgium, French, British Empire) who were surrounded by German forces, and were trying to survive at any costs possible. These soldiers were stuck on the beaches and harbor of Dunkirk from May 26th – June 4th, 1940. Civilians had to use their boats to try to rescue these civilians, and this film is exclusively about the Dunkirk Evacuation. The film is also told in three perspectives: (Land, Sea, Air). The Land follows the story of the soldiers who were stuck on the beach, the air is about the British Air pilots trying to take down the German airplanes, and the Sea is when the viewer is watching civilians trying to rescue the soldiers.

 The film is constructed in a nonlinear structure, with the land having a time structure of a week, the sea having a timing structure of a day, and the air having a time structure of an hour. Having seeing the film twice, I can say with pure confidence that Dunkirk is without question the best film of 2017. Not only is this one of Christopher Nolan’s best films, but to me, it is one of the best films of the decade so far. Dunkirk is unlike any World War II film out there; it is such a unique film, from its storytelling, non-linear structure, and originality that it has to it. You may be asking, “How can a World War II film be original?” trust me, Nolan’s vision and style is shown throughout this film.
 One thing that should be noted is that despite the fact that Dunkirk takes place during World War 2, this is not a war film. This is more of a tale of survival, and how these people were struggling to survive and tried to get home as much as they can. If the viewer goes in expecting Steven Spielberg's Saving Private Ryan, or Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge, you may walk out very disappointed. There is also hardly any character development (more on that later), and many of the clich├ęs the viewer naturally sees in war films is not present here. As stated before, this is unlike any World War II film there is out there.

Dunkirk has an all-star cast which includes Fionn Whitehead, Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance, Harry Styles, Cillian Murphy, and Kenneth Branagh. Everyone delivers a very strong performance; no one is stronger than the other, they are all top notch. This is an acting debut for both Harry Styles and Fionn Whitehead, and they were outstanding in the roles they had. The film does not have much dialogue; many of the actors convey their emotions through body language, and facial expressions every time something horrifying was going to happen. Despite the fact that there are many explosions, bullets, and airplane engines, this is kind of like a silent film in a way. I most definitely see future acting careers for both Whitehead and Styles.

Even though everyone in the cast delivered a great performance, there is no denying that the star of this movie is writer/director Christopher Nolan. Dunkirk is probably his most challenging and arguably his best directed film. The way Nolan incorporates suspense, tension, and Hans Zimmer’s brilliant and incredible score, showcases how much of a mastermind Nolan is. Nolan also used little to no CGI, Real naval destroyers were used, thousands of extras, and most of what the viewer sees is practical effects. It honestly shows how committed and dedicated Nolan was, and this is a project that he wanted to tackle on for a very long time, which explains why he made the film as realistic as he can.
For those who were worried about the film being PG-13 instead of R, those worries will leave your mind once you see the film. This is an incredibly intense film that doesn’t let you breathe for a second. Since this movie is exclusively about the event, there are no moments where characters sit around and talk about their personal lives. Every minute, any solider is in danger, and it puts the viewer is on the edge of their seat. The way to see this film is in IMAX. Because 75% of the film is filmed with IMAX cameras, and it really increases the overall experience with the film. Hans Zimmer score is one of his absolute best, it’s almost as if the score was its own character. It really helps intensify the tension in the film.

Regarding the character development, there is none of that to be found in this film. There is not even a main character, everyone gets equal billing and the movie is exclusively about the event. This might be a problem for some people because usually there’s always a scene where characters talk about their back stories and this makes the viewer connect with the characters. I never saw it as an issue because Nolan intentionally did not want to make the film about the characters, but rather about the event that happened. Dunkirk is a film about heroism, people coming together, and hope. There are so many scenes that Nolan conveys these messages which I won’t spoil here because this is a film that must be seen on the big screen.

Overall, Dunkirk is a cinematic achievement that is ambiguous, masterful, and another classic from Christopher Nolan. He managed to make a World War II that has no main character, hardly any dialogue, and a PG-13 rating work really well. Theaters are expensive, especially IMAX theaters. However, if you can see it on the big screen, I implore you to do so. I have a very strong feeling that we are going to be hearing about this until Oscar Season comes along. Expect nominations for Best Picture, Director (fingers crossed), Sound, Score, and more. I seriously cannot wait what Nolan does next, whatever it is, I will be instantaneously excited. In Nolan we trust!!!



Rating: 10/10

First trailer for 'The Shape of Water' gives a glimpse at the next film from Guillermo del Toro

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By Darian Scalamoni
            Visionary director Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy) has a film coming out later this year that just received a trailer and it happens to be one of my favorites thus far in 2017. The movie, titled The Shape of Water is described as an “other-worldly fairytale” and reminds me a lot of some of his other tremendous work so check it out below!

            The Shape of Water centers on a lonely, mute woman named Elisa who works in a hidden, high-security government lab in which another life form is trapped within the depths of the underground. The secret classified experiment showcases the relationship and bond that forms between Elisa and this creature in the mysterious, sci-fi flick. I think this original story is exactly what cinema needs right now. It features a terrific cast of character actors and looks to be one of the best that 2017 has to offer.

            Check out the trailer below for The Shape of Water! The film stars Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spencer, Michael Shannon, Michael Stuhlbarg, Richard Jenkins and Doug Jones. The Shape of Water will be released worldwide on December 8th!

            What’d you guys think of the trailer for The Shape of Water? Do you think del Toro will have his first bona fide hit since Pan’s Labyrinth? Sound off in the comments and let us know!

First trailer for 'The Snowman' has Michael Fassbender hunting down an icy killer

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By Darian Scalamoni
            With Comic-Con and D23 happening this week, we’ve gotten tons of new footage and trailers for some of our favorite franchises and properties but we’ve also received trailers from some auteurs that deserve plenty of attention. One of those is the first trailer for Tomas Alfredson’s (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Let the Right One In) next movie, The Snowman.

            The movie, based on the novel of the same name, follows a detective who discovers a murder from one he suspects is a serial killer who goes by the moniker, “The Snowman’. He works alongside a recruit who aims to take down the madman before he racks up more innocent people’s deaths at his icy hands. It’s a chilling trailer (no pun intended) and appears to be a rather interesting horror/crime movie for the end of the year. With all the terrific talent attached though along with a pretty unique premise, I’m looking forward to checking this one out in theaters.

            Watch the trailer below for The Snowman! The film stars Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, Val Kilmer, J.K. Simmons, Chloe Sevigny and Charlotte Gainsbourg. The Snowman hits theaters on October 20th.

            How do you guys feel about the first trailer? Are you excited to see The Snowman in theaters? Let us know in the comment section!

Ben Affleck is the latest to exit 'Triple Frontier'

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By Darian Scalamoni
            It seems that Triple Frontier has been a doomed project from the start. For over a year, many stars have joined and dropped out of the project that has moved from Paramount to Netflix. Variety is now reporting that Ben Affleck joins the long list of stars who have exited the project.

            Originally, the film was to star Channing Tatum, Tom Hardy and recent Oscar-winner, Mahershala Ali. Tatum and Hardy dropped out and were replaced by both Ben and Casey Affleck. Casey Affleck is still on board to our knowledge but the elder Affleck is focusing on his role as Batman going forward. This is more unfortunate news for a movie that I was originally anticipating quite greatly. Having two Oscar winners on board still is enticing but with many stars dropping out of the latest from J.C. Chandor has me questioning if this movie will get made at all.


            Ben Affleck will be seen next as Batman in Zack Snyder’s Justice League which hits theaters on November 17th. He’s also set to reprise his role as Christian Wolff in an untitled sequel to his 2016 movie, The Accountant.

First trailer for 'Only the Brave' reveals the incredible true story about the fire on Granite Mountain

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By Darian Scalamoni
            The latest film from Joseph Kosinski (Tron: Legacy, Oblivion) lives the fantasy realm and enters reality with a true story. His latest feature, Only the Brave follows the Granite Mountain Hotshots, a group of firefighters based out of Prescott, Arizona. In the summer of 2013, the team fought the Yarnell Hill fire which led to the death of 19 brave crew members and that’s displayed in the trailer below.

            This trailer looks to be a very dramatic telling of these events and though Kosinski isn’t one of my favorite directors, I’m interested to see his take on the Granite Mountain team. The trailer has tons of emotion and a rather intriguing cast so I’m interested to see this drama when it finally hits theaters in the fall.

            Check out the trailer below for Only the Brave! The movie stars Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Taylor Kitsch, Jeff Bridges, Jennifer Connelly, James Badge Dale and Andie McDowell. Only the Brave hits theaters on October 20th!  

Jon Watts officially set to return to direct sequel to 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

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By Darian Scalamoni

            In what comes as not very shocking news at all, Deadline reports that Jon Watts will return to direct the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming. The most recent incarnation of the popular superhero has netted almost $500 million thus far and got sparkling reviews for the first collaboration between Marvel Studios and Sony.

            Tom Holland will return as Peter Parker for the sequel but will first appear in Avengers: Infinity War on May 4th. This is great news but expected, as Watts’ has garnered great critical acclaim for what many are labeling Homecoming as the best Spider-Man movie to date. I thoroughly enjoyed the recent take on Spider-Man and think Watts’ style added to the overall enjoyment of the movie.


            Now, the speculation begins on who will be in the sequel in terms of characters. Who will be the villain? Rumors have been speculating that Kraven the Hunter and Mysterio are some names that are being floated around but we’ll have to wait and see ultimately which character Spidey will battle next. 

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Warner Bros. sets up 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers' remake

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By Darian Scalamoni
            In what has been quite possibly the busiest week in the industry, we have tons of news, trailers and casting announcements so we’ll start with one that dropped just a couple of days ago. According to Collider, the classic sci-fi/horror movie, Invasion of the Body Snatchers is getting a remake at Warner Bros.

            The original 1978 movie is regarded as one of the best horror movies of all-time and follows a group of people who discover that the human race is being replaced by aliens who are clones. It starred Donald Sutherland, Brooke Adams, Jeff Goldblum, Veronica Cartwright and Leonard Nimoy and is a classic of Hollywood. The studio has recruited David Leslie Johnson, who’s worked closely with the studio in the past, to write the script. He wrote Orphan, The Conjuring 2 and is working on the third installment for The Conjuring as well so he’s dealt with horrific territory before.


            I think this is a great time to remake this classic movie but I just hope the new take takes advantage of the unique storyline provided in the original. Johnson being attached to write is also a good get for Warner Bros. so now all we have to do is wait on cast and a director!

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Ridley Scott, Dan Gilroy and Greta Gerwig all set Oscar season release dates for their respective films

By Darian Scalamoni
            With Summer blockbuster season rapidly nearing its end, most of our movie news has been based around whatever films we’ll be seeing come Oscar season. Well, we now know that three more films are going to be joining the always crowded race for those coveted golden statues.

            The first film is Greta Gerwig’s solo directorial debut titled Lady Bird. The movie follows a teenager who lives in Sacramento taking off to live in New York City. Lady Bird stars Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf, Lucas Hedges, Timothee Chalamet and Tracy Letts and looks to be in the same vein of Frances Ha.

            The next two films just started filming recently but are almost wrapped and are having very quick turnarounds to hit theaters in December and November, respectively. The first is All the Money in the World, Ridley Scott’s latest that stars Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Spacey and Michelle Williams which follows the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III, the heir to the Getty oil fortune. This is not to get confused with the FX series, Trust, about the same topic that hits TV screens in January and stars Hilary Swank, Brendan Fraser and Donald Sutherland. All the Money in the World will hit theaters on December 8th.

            The last movie is formerly known as Inner City, now going by the title of Roman Israel, Esq. Directed by Dan Gilroy, who last blessed us with the amazing film, Nightcrawler directs Denzel Washington as a Los Angeles attorney who is offered a job at a prestigious law firm after his longtime partner dies. He then takes on a massive case that could have some long-term repercussions. Washington stars alongside Colin Farrell and Carmen Ejogo in the crime/drama that has a limited release on November 3rd and could hit wide release later in the month.


            These are three movies that I’m absolutely enticed to see but what do you guys think? Are you excited for Lady Bird? All the Money in the World? Roman Israel, Esq? Let us know in the comment section!

Felicity Jones set to play Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 'The Basis of Sex'

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By Darian Scalamoni
            It was announced a couple of years ago that a Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic was being made with Natalie Portman set to play the Supreme Court justice. Now, two years later, we have news on her replacement as another Oscar nominee takes Portman’s place. According to Deadline, Felicity Jones will star in the movie titled On the Basis of Sex.

            The movie that will follow the life of Ginsburg has been in development since 2015 and has Marielle Heller (The Diary of a Teenage Girl) at the helm as director. It’ll finally begin filming later this year as Jones stars as Ginsburg fighting for equal rights over the years. It is sure to be an Oscar-baity movie for Jones who returns to prestigious roles after her blockbuster role in a galaxy far, far away in Rogue One.

            Jones recently signed on to star in Swan Lake from Luca Guadagnino who’s latest movie, Call Me by Your Name is expected to be one of the biggest movies towards award season this year. Jones was nominated previously for playing Jane Hawking in The Theory of Everything in 2014.


            How do you guys feel about Felicity Jones playing Ruth Bader Ginsburg? Are you happy that Natalie Portman was replaced or would you have rather seen her portray the Supreme Court justice? Sound off in the comments below!

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Matt Damon to play Robert F. Kennedy for Nikolaj Arcel in 'RFK'

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By Darian Scalamoni
            We’ve seen the Kennedy’s in many different biopics over the years whether it be John, Robert and even Jackie, as she got her film treatment this past year for which Natalie Portman was nominated for Best Actress at the Academy Awards. Now, Robert F. Kennedy is getting another movie based on his life, but this time, there’s some pretty A-list talent attached. According to The Tracking Board, Matt Damon will play the iconic politician in RFK which will also be directed by Nikolaj Arcel, whose latest movie, The Dark Tower hits theaters in just a couple of weeks.

            The movie will cover all the years of Robert F. Kennedy’s life, the younger brother of John F. Kennedy. He served as the U.S. Attorney General under both JFK and President Lyndon B. Johnson before becoming a Senator in 1965 until he was assassinated in June 1968. Damon has been wanting to do this movie for many years now, being one of his many passion projects and it looks to move full speed ahead now that Arcel is attached to direct. Expect the film to be in the thick of the 2018 awards race if the movie debuts before the end of next year.

            Damon has some high-profile releases upcoming as he’ll star in Downsizing, the latest from Alexander Payne that also stars Kristen Wiig, Laura Dern and Christoph Waltz. He’ll also star in George Clooney’s latest titled Suburbicon which also stars Oscar Isaac and Julianne Moore. Both of those movies are expected to be big players in the upcoming Oscar race.


            What do you guys think about this movie finally coming together with Damon attached to play RFK? Do you think Nikolaj Arcel is the right guy to direct this film? Sound off in the comments and let us know!

First trailer for 'The Disaster Artist' gives a look at the shooting of the worst movie ever made

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By Darian Scalamoni
            Though there’s usually a debate by many on what exactly is the best movie of all-time, there is almost an overwhelming roar by anyone (if they’ve seen it) that Tommy Wiseau’s, The Room is the worst movie of all-time. Now, James Franco is directing and starring in The Disaster Artist which shows the making of the movie back in the early 2000s.

            The Disaster Artist is based on the book of the same name that was written by Greg Sestero, one of the stars of The Room, and showcases the shooting of the 2003 cult classic. This trailer has an absolute hilarious scene that sees some of the stars of the film and makes me so excited for this movie that I’ve genuinely watched the trailer over ten times already. A rough cut of the movie aired at SXSW and got tons of positive buzz so that also keeps my expectations high for this. If you haven’t seen the original movie that The Disaster Artist is based on, please go see that to understand even more about the source material.

            Check out the trailer below for The Disaster Artist! The movie stars James Franco, Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Alison Brie, Zac Efron, Josh Hutcherson, Jacki Weaver, Ari Graynor and Jason Mantzoukas. The Disaster Artist opens worldwide on December 8th!

'Ant-Man and the Wasp' casts Walton Goggins in unspecified role

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By Darian Scalamoni
            It’s hard to go just a couple of days without seeing some sort of casting news for a superhero film with multiple cinematic universes happening with Disney, Warner Bros. and Fox. Collider announced some casting news yesterday with Walton Goggins signing onto Ant-Man and the Wasp.

            Goggins is the latest new addition to the cast to the movie that also has added Hannah John-Kamen and Randall Park. Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas, Michael Pena and T.I. will also return to the sequel of the successful Marvel movie from 2015. There are no details yet on who Goggins will play in the movie but I’m excited about this casting news. I’m hoping he’ll be playing the villain but having him join the MCU is a treat for sure.


            Goggins has a pretty lengthy career in both television and film as he currently stars in Six and Vice Principles on TV. He also has roles in Maze Runner: The Death Cure and Tomb Raider coming out in 2018 alongside Ant-Man and The Wasp which begins filming at the end of this month. How do you guys feel about Walton Goggins being cast in this MCU entry? Who would you like to see him play? Comment below and let us know!

New trailer for 'Blade Runner 2049' has Ryan Gosling trying to discover the future of humanity

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By Darian Scalamoni
            The 1980s sci-fi classic, Blade Runner is getting a sequel if you didn’t already know due to the multiple reports here on our site. Ridley Scott won’t return to the directing chair for this one but he will produce and Denis Villeneuve (Arrival, Sicario) will direct a terrific cast that stars Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford who will reprise his role as Rick Deckard. The upcoming movie just got its second trailer and you can view that below!

            Blade Runner 2049 takes place 30 years after the events of the first film as Gosling plays LAPD officer K, the newest blade runner who goes on a journey to find Deckard. Roger Deakins, also known as, the godfather of cinematography will shoot the movie that looks incredible visually. After viewing this trailer, it has crept up to my top 10 most anticipated for the remainder of the year. We get more story details in this preview as well as a better look at Jared Leto’s villain character who looks to be the creator of the replicants.

            Check out the new trailer for Blade Runner 2049 below! The movie stars Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Robin Wright, Jared Leto, Barkhad Abdi, Dave Bautista, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Lennie James and Mackenzie Davis! Blade Runner 2049 opens in theaters on October 6th, let us know if you’re looking forward to seeing this film in the Fall!

Katherine Waterston replaces Michelle Williams in Jonah Hill's directorial debut, 'Mid 90s'

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By Darian Scalamoni
            We reported months ago that Michelle Williams would star in Jonah Hill’s directorial debut, Mid-90s but now, we’re getting news that she’s dropped out of the project and Hill has cast the replacement. According to The Playlist, Katherine Waterston will replace Williams in the movie.

            Waterston will play the mother of the lead character, Stevie who navigates his way through the Los Angeles skateboarding scene that also involves drugs, drinking and sex amongst his coming of age. Stevie will be played by Sunny Suljic, who is set to appear in Yorgos Lanthimos’ upcoming movie, The Killing of a Sacred Deer. Lucas Hedges, the recent Oscar nominee, will play Stevie’s older brother in the film as well. Waterston is becoming a high-profile actress and though she doesn’t have the same name recognition as Williams, I think she’ll work well with Hill and could be a good choice for this role.


            Waterston was seen earlier this year starring in Alien: Covenant and has multiple other movies set to be released this year. Those other 2017 releases include, Steven Soderbergh’s, Logan Lucky and Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s, The Current War. She’s also signed on to return as Tina Goldstein in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 2 which hits theaters on November 16th, 2018.

First trailer for 'Crown Heights' has Lakeith Stanfield wrongfully convicted in Sundance drama

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By Darian Scalamoni
            Lakeith Stanfield has truly grown rapidly in Hollywood as one of the busiest young actors in the industry. From his first role in Short Term 12, he’s become a mainstay on television and film with roles in Atlanta, Dope, Get Out and War Machine. Now, he’s leading a film of his own titled, Crown Heights that premiered at Sundance Film Festival and we have the first trailer for you guys below!

            Crown Heights follows Stanfield as Colin Warner in the true story of a man who was wrongfully convicted of murder at the age of 18 in the streets of Brooklyn. Meanwhile, Colin’s childhood friend, Carl “KC” King pushes himself to the limit trying to fight to get Warner’s freedom. The trailer seems to have a lack of focus and could be an acting showcase for Stanfield and Nnamdi Asomugha, the former NFL player but other than that, I’m not jumping out of my socks for this one based on the preview.

            Check out the trailer for Crown Heights below! The movie stars Lakeith Stanfield, Nnamdi Asomugha, Nestor Campbell, Gbenga Akinnagbe and Bill Camp. Crown Heights hits theaters on August 25th! Comment below and let us know what you think of the movie based on Colin Warner’s conviction below!

Monday, July 17, 2017

New trailer for 'Wind River' has Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen investigating an icy death

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By Darian Scalamoni
            We may be in the heart of the Summer, but Taylor Sheridan’s upcoming, snowy thriller, Wind River just got a new trailer. The writer of Sicario and Hell or High Water has this high-profile movie on many people’s most anticipated of the year once it goes to a wide release in August.

            The movie follows a homicide that takes place in Wyoming, while a local hunter, played by, Jeremy Renner and FBI agent, played by Elizabeth Olsen investigate the chilling landscape in a Native American reservation. This trailer is better than the last and I’m excited to see Sheridan on duty as director here. His last two scripts were some of my favorites among the respective years but going behind the camera is a more difficult task to tackle than just writing a script.

            Check out the trailer below for Wind River! The movie stars Elizabeth Olsen, Jeremy Renner, Gil Birmingham, Jon Bernthal, Julia Jones, Kelsey Asbille and James Jordan. Wind River opens everywhere on August 4th.

First look reveals Al Pacino as legendary Penn State football coach, Joe Paterno in upcoming HBO movie

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By Darian Scalamoni
            The Joe Paterno biopic that HBO has been developing for years has just begun filming. Legendary, Oscar winning-actor, Al Pacino is set to play the late Penn State football coach and the premium network has revealed a first look image of Pacino as Paterno which you can see above.

            The currently untitled project, directed by Barry Levinson (The Wizard of Lies, Sleepers) is based on the winningest coach in college football history who deals with the sexual abuse scandal by assistant coach, Jerry Sandusky which challenges his legacy and has him answering questions regarding the victims. It’s pretty remarkable how much Pacino looks like Paterno and I’m enticed to see how this film will turn out.


            Check out the first image of Pacino above! The movie also stars Riley Keough, Kathy Baker, Greg Grunberg and Annie Parisse. The movie currently doesn’t have an official release date but expect it to air on HBO at some point in 2018.

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Evan Peters to return as Quicksilver in 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix'

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By Darian Scalamoni
Though earlier reports before casting didn’t expect to see James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult returning for the sequel to X-Men: Apocalypse, we now can confirm that they did re-up their contracts to appear in X-Men: Dark Phoenix. THR is now also reporting that Evan Peters, who appeared as Quicksilver in Apocalypse and Days of Future Past will also return to play the mutant speedster in Dark Phoenix.

            Many were nervous when Peters wasn’t seen in the recent first day of shooting photo that featured the cast and he also could’ve potentially had a scheduling conflict with the upcoming season of American Horror Story but he will, in fact, return in his role. This is great news as Quicksilver is one of the most beloved new characters in the most recent X-Men movies.


            Peters joins McAvoy, Fassbender, Lawrence, Hoult, Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan, Alexandra Shipp, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Jessica Chastain in Dark Phoenix. He’ll appear in Dabka later this year with Al Pacino and Barkhad Abdi as well as American Animals with Blake Jenner.