Month: September 2019

As the Toronto Film Festival comes to a close and Hollywood preps to hand out some Emmys, the Specialty box office continues to churn out some original storytelling — and this week’s theme seems to be the concept of sound. The Sound of SilenceDistributor: IFC Films Michael Tyburski makes his feature film debut today with
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Anthony Harvey/Shutterstock When the alcohol’s flowing, sometimes Champagne Papi remembers Jimmy Brooks.  Late Thursday, Drakeshared a personal tidbit with his near-60 million Instagram followers. “Sometimes when I am drunk and bored in the club I stare down and see degrassi scripts….no rap [cap],” he wrote in a post.  As proof, the star uploaded a snap of
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Todd Phillips’ R-rated DC villain movie Joker arrived on tracking today with an indexed first choice among all audiences in the low 20s among moviegoers that exceeded a mix of both superhero movies and R-rated fare including Batman v. Superman, Suicide Squad, It, It Chapter Two, Logan, Venom, Halloween, Us, John Wick Chapter 3 and more. That’s a huge
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The 45th Saturn Awards are streaming live on WatchMojo at 9pm EST(6pm PST)! Click here to find the stream and set a reminder: https://youtu.be/kgnuE1fYbhk These films take us to the world of tomorrow… today! For this list, we’re looking at 21st century science fiction films that will become future classics, including “Inception” (2010), “Her” (2013),
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Mother, the much beloved L.A.-based denim brand is embracing its free spirited California roots with an inspired 18-piece capsule collection. Launched on 8/8, the date is symbolic in the mystical world as the time when the Lion’s Gate Portal opens, promoting spiritual openness and awakenings. And for this week only, you can shop the full
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El Norte, the acclaimed, Oscar-nominated epic about immigrants from Central America seeking the promise represented by life in U.S., returns to 200-plus movie theaters Sunday to mark National Hispanic Heritage Month and the film’s 35th anniversary. The revival, a presentation of Fathom Events and Lionsgate, marks the film’s first theatrical release since its 1984 debut and
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Rihanna‘s Diamond Ball is the place to be tonight in New York City.  Now in its fifth year, the annual gala benefits the star’s Clara Lionel Foundation, which she founded in 2012 and supports education, health and emergency response programs around the world.  Stars like Cardi B, A$AP Rocky, Normani and many more turned out for the philanthropic affair. This year’s
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Check out the official Little Monsters Red Band Trailer starring Lupita Nyong’o! Let us know what you think in the comments below. ► Sign up for a Fandango FanAlert for Little Monsters: https://www.fandango.com/little-monsters-2019-219658/movie-overview?cmp=MCYT_YouTube_Desc Want to be notified of all the latest movie trailers? Subscribe to the channel and click the bell icon to stay up
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Lionsgate will release Francis Ford Coppola’s recut of his 1984 film The Cotton Club in select theaters on Oct. 11, with a screening at the New York Film Festival prior on Oct. 5. The pic will arrive on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on Dec. 10 with exclusive new bonus material. The pic which stars Richard Gere, Diane
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Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic Another one is coming for DJ Khaled and wife Nicole Tuck. The music producer announced a major key moment on Thursday: They’re expecting a baby boy! (The duo are already parents to son Asahd Khaled, whose birth was live-streamed on Snapchat.) “God is the greatest,” he captioned a video of Tuck getting an ultrasound. “All I
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The world begins and ends with Rihanna, and so did Tuesday night. At 9:30 pm sharp, the superstar appeared front row center at her own Savage x Fenty fashion show, performing a dance routine choreographed by Parris Goebel that was fierce, fearless, and (in the parlance of Dance Moms) technically perfect. Kacey Musgraves screamed. Ashley
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Rupert Everett will take over for the previously announced Eddie Izzard as George in director Joe Mantello’s upcoming Broadway staging of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? co-starring Laurie Metcalf as Martha. The announcement was made today by producers Scott Rudin/Barry Diller/David Geffen, who said Izzard is leaving the production due to scheduling conflicts. The revival
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The Salinger siblings are all grown up. 25 years ago, Party of Five premiered on Fox, introducing viewers to a family of five siblings moving on after their parents’ tragic death in car accident. In an era where Beverly Hills, 90210 and Melrose Place were dominating the airwaves and headlines, a family drama about orphans—that
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