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Edgar Wright’s ‘Last Night In Soho’ lands autumn 2020 release date

Edgar Wright’s ‘Last Night In Soho’ lands autumn 2020 release date
Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie, and Matt Smith star in psychological thriller.

Focus Features said on Wednesday (Aug. 7) it will release Edgar Wright’s London-set Last Night In Soho from Working Title in North America on September 25, 2020.

Universal Pictures International will release the film internationally. Little is known about Wright’s follow-up to Baby Driver, except that it is a psychological thriller that stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie, and Matt Smith.

Rounding out the key cast are Michael Ajao, Synnøve Karlsen, Diana Rigg, Terence Stamp, and Rita Tushingham.

Wright co-wrote the screenplay with Krysty Wilson-Cairns (Penny Dreadful), and the producers are Nira Park,
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Alicia Keys, ‘La La Land’ Trio & Kyle Jarrow Team On Musical Drama Series For Showtime

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Alicia Keys, ‘La La Land’ Trio & Kyle Jarrow Team On Musical Drama Series For Showtime
Showtime has given a series commitment to an untitled musical drama executive produced by multiple Grammy winner Alicia Keys and the Oscar, Tony and Grammy winning team of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. Pasek and Paul also will contribute music to the series, produced by Fox 21 Television Studios. Kyle Jarrow (SpongeBob SquarePants musical) will write the series and executive produce with Oscar-nominated producer Marc Platt, Emmy winner R.J. Cutler, and Emmy winner Adam Siegel (Grease: Live!)

The as-yet untitled series traverses generations to tell an emotionally complex family story that interweaves modern-day and 1959 Detroit, centering on a mystery uncovered by a young musician who moves back to her childhood home.

“We have always been intrigued by the prospect of doing a Showtime musical series,
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Chris Evans Has Portrayed 8 Different Comic Book Characters

With Avengers: Endgame slowly disappearing from the limelight, it looks like Chris Evans has officially ended his long-running tenure as Captain America. While it was a bittersweet moment for sure, fans are beginning to accept the changes which have recently hit the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and if one thing’s certain, it’s that the future is going to look very different moving forward.

In the midst of his departure from the McU though, some folks have started to look at his entire filmography and discovered something quite intriguing. Throughout the last two decades, Chris has played over a half a dozen comic book roles spanning close to 20 movies. While a good chunk of that can be attributed to his stint as Captain America, if you dig deeper, you’ll find he has quite an extensive history of characters which got their start in comics.

In fact, we’ve gone
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What Chris Evans Has Done for Captain America

Mark Harrison May 7, 2019

Who’s strong and brave, here to save the American way? We salute Chris Evans’ turn as Marvel Studios’ star-spangled man

This article comes from Den of Geek UK.

This feature contains Major spoilers for the ending of Avengers: Endgame.

When it comes to comic book movies, Captain America: The First Avenger was far from Chris Evans’ first rodeo. Having previously appeared in films like the Fantastic Four movies, The Losers, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, and Push, he may have played more comic characters than any other actor working today. And yet, his turn as Steve Rogers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is unquestionably his best work.

But to look back on his eight years in the part is to ask not what Captain America has done for the actor, but what Chris Evans has done for the character. Marvel Studios essentially embarked on its initial
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Captain Marvel Can Sing! Brie Larson Beautifully Covers Ariana Grande's 'My Everything'

Captain Marvel Can Sing! Brie Larson Beautifully Covers Ariana Grande's 'My Everything'
Looks like Brie Larson is an Ariana Grande fan just like the rest of us!

In a series of videos posted to her Instagram Story on Friday night, the 29-year-old Captain Marvel actress performed a cover of Grande’s 2014 song “My Everything.”

“I cried enough tears to see my own reflection in them,” she sings, “and then it was clear, I can’t deny I really miss him/ to think that I was wrong/ I guess you don’t know what you got ’til it’s gone/ pain is just a consequence of love/ I’m saying sorry for the sake of us.
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Competition: Win ‘Gangsta’ on DVD

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To celebrate the home entertainment release of Gangsta, available on Digital HD 19th October and on DVD 29th October, we have a copy of the DVD up for grabs, courtesy of Signature Entertainment!

From the up-and-coming directors of Bad Boys for Life and rumoured to be attached to Beverly Hills Cop 4, a hapless group of underdogs bite off more than they can chew in a wannabe gangster story filled with outrageous humour and chaotic gangland violence alike.

Inspired by their experiences as Moroccans growing up in Belgium, El Arbi and Fallah pull no punches in lifting the curtain on not just the criminal underbelly of Antwerp’s drug trade, but also the prejudices ingrained in even those we’re supposed to trust, in this criminally hilarious gangster comedy. Clutching his Gucci cap like a treasured status symbol, Matteo Simoni’s lead performance imbues wannabe gangster Adamo with an adorable Ali
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‘Birds of Prey’ Star Mary Elizabeth Winstead Gives Us Her ‘Strong,’ ‘Emotional’ Take on The Huntress

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‘Birds of Prey’ Star Mary Elizabeth Winstead Gives Us Her ‘Strong,’ ‘Emotional’ Take on The Huntress
Mary Elizabeth Winstead is no stranger to big screen comic book adaptations, having played Ramona Flowers in Edgar Wright’s 2010 cult hit “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.” She has also portrayed her share of strong female characters in titles including FX series “Fargo” and 2014 biographical crime drama “Kill the Messenger.” Winstead’s new role as Huntress in Warner Bros.’ upcoming female-led “Birds of Prey” is a completely new and different story, though.

“I’m going to start training, and I’ll be learning how to shoot a bow and arrow, too — which is new for me,” Winstead told TheWrap during an interview for her latest film, a dramedy called “All About Nina,” in theaters this weekend.

TheWrap reported earlier this week that Winstead, along with Jurnee Smollett-Bell (“Friday Night Lights”), have been cast in the Margot Robbie-led DC anti-hero team-up “Birds of Prey.”

Also Read: 'Birds of Prey': Jurnee Smollett-Bell,
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Dwayne Johnson’s Father, WWE veteran Rocky Johnson, to get the biopic treatment

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Dwayne Johnson’s father, retired WWE wrestler Rocky Johnson, is set to be the subject of a new biopic from indie filmmakers Jonathan and Justin Gajewski.

The Canadian Gajewski twins will produce the biopic after optioning the rights to tell the story behind the Canadian Wrestler who retired in 1991. “We are very excited to bring Rocky Johnson’s incredible story to the world,” said the filmmakers in a statement. The duo are also writing the screenplay for Ring King.

During his wrestling career, he became a National Wrestling Alliance (Nwa) Georgia Champion and an Nwa Southern Heavyweight Memphis Champion, as well as winning many other championships. Along with his partner Tony Atlas, Johnson was a part of the first black tag team to win the World Tag Team championship in the World Wrestling Federation, now known as the WWE.

Also in the news – Chris Evans, Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson
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Biopic of The Rock’s father Rocky Johnson in development

In news coming out of the Toronto Film Festival, THR is reporting that indie filmmakers Jonathan and Justin Gajewski have optioned the life rights to Rocky Johnson, WWE Hall of Famer and father of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, for a biopic entitled Ring King.

“We are very excited to bring Rocky Johnson’s incredible story to the world,” said the Gajewskis, who are producing the film through their Jg Brothers production company. Their previous credits include assistant director roles on the likes of Suicide Squad and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.

Rocky Johnson was born in Nova Scotia and began his pro-wrestling career in the mid 1960s, initially working in an around Toronto before becoming a top Nwa contender and eventual World Wrestling Federation Superstar. In the WWF, he would team with Tony Atlas, the duo becoming the first ever black tag team to hold the Tag Team Championship.

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Toronto: Biopic on Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Father in the Works

A biopic of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's father, Rocky Johnson, is in the works.

Toronto-based filmmakers Jonathan and Justin Gajewski are developing Ring King, a feature about the Canadian wrestling superstar and father of the top Hollywood action hero after optioning the life rights to Rocky Johnson, now 73 years old.

The Gajewski twins will produce the biopic via their Jg Brothers production banner after completing earlier assistant director credits on a host of movies and TV series shot in Toronto, including Suicide Squad, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and the Minority Report miniseries.

“We are very excited to ...
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Infinity War Gets the Scott Pilgrim Treatment in New Fan-Made Trailer

The YouTube channel The Unusual Suspects has cut a new trailer for Avengers: Infinity War, following the movie's Blu-Ray release, and has made it into a replica of the Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World trailer from 2010. The music, comedic timing, and graphics from Edgar Wright's video game-themed movie all seem to work perfectly in this remarkably clever cut of Avengers: Infinity War.

The trailer puts a bit of a focus on the Guardians of the Galaxy and Thor, who were some of the more comedic characters in Avengers: Infinity War. In the style of Edgar Wright, the trailer cuts the humorous banter of Thor and the Guardians in a hilarious way, with the music and sound effects adding even more emphasis to the comedy of the moment. Even Peter Dinklage's Eitri earns himself a laugh in this trailer mash-up, with his line, "that's what killing you means," being even funnier in this context.
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Funko’s Sdcc exclusive movie collectibles include Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Mad Max: Fury Road and The Royal Tenenbaums

Funko has unveiled its San Diego Comic-Con exclusive movie themed collectibles which includes a Pop! vinyl figure Matthew Patel & Demon Chick two-pack and a Vnyl Scott Pilgrim & Ramona Flowers two-pack from Edgar Wright’s acclaimed comic book movie Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, a Vnyl Richie & Margot two-pack from Wes Anderson’s comedy-drama The Royal Tenenbaums, and a Pop! Ride Nux Car from George Miller’s post-apocalyptic action thriller Mad Max: Fury Road; check them out here…

Ramona’s first evil ex and his demon chick are ready to battle! Didn’t you get his e-mail explaining the situation?

What do you know about Ramona Flowers? She & Scott are now available in a Vynl. 2-pack!

Your love for this Vynl. 2-pack doesn’t have to be a secret!

Witness me! The iconic vehicle from Mad Max: Fury Road is now a Pop! Ride and limited to 5000 pieces!

See Also: Funko
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Milos Forman, Oscar-Winning Director of Amadeus, Dies at 86

Milos Forman, Oscar-Winning Director of Amadeus, Dies at 86
Milos Forman, the Oscar-winning director of One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest and Amadeus, has died at age 84. According to his wife Martina, Forman passed away of a "brief illness" late Friday night in the United States. He was surrounded by his family when he passed, and the passing was a gentle, peaceful death. The Czech-born director is survived by his wife Martina and his four children, Peter, Matej, Andrew, and James.

Throughout his career, Forman directed 20 different projects, from documentaries to fictional dramas. He received three Oscar nominations, with two of them turning into wins for his work on One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Amadeus. His third nomination he did not receive a win for was The People vs. Larry Flynt. Said Directors' Guild president Thomas Schlamme, following the death of the director.

"Milos was truly one of ours. A filmmaker, artist, and champion of artists' rights.
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Edgar Wright Reveals His Last Jedi Cameo

Edgar Wright Reveals His Last Jedi Cameo
Now that Star Wars: The Last Jedi has finally hit theaters, one of the surprise cameos has just been revealed, with filmmaker Edgar Wright sharing a photo from the set with the director in full costume as a Resistance fighter. The filmmaker took to social media today to share his photo from the set that was taken last June, where he's seen alongside his big brother Oscar Wright and frequent collaborators Joe Cornish and Leo Thompson. Here's what the director had to say on Twitter earlier today, confirming when he shot this cameo.

"If you are looking for my cameo in Star Wars: The Last Jedi this is my grubby Resistance costume. With big brother Oscar, Joe Cornish & Leo Thompson. Shot this cameo on June 23rd, 2016. Thanks to @rianjohnson for making it happen."

Joe Cornish is best known for directing Attack the Block, and he also wrote the script for Ant-Man with Edgar Wright,
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Action-Packed Trailer For The Superhuman Martial Arts Film Kill Order

I've got an awesome trailer that you've gotta watch today for a sci-fi martial arts film called Kill Order. This trailer is packed with some extremely cool action sequences that might impress you. The film stars Chris Mark as David, a quiet high school kid is suffering dark memories from a horrific past. When a group of armed men storm into his classroom, David's instincts kick in and he kicks some major ass with the superhuman strength and abilities that he didn't know he had.

The film was written and directed by first-time feature filmmaker and veteran stunt coordinator James Mark, who previously worked on the stunts for Edgar Wright's Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim. Here's the official synopsis:

Chaos erupts when a group of armed men break into a high school classroom. They target David, a quiet kid who secretly suffers
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Exclusive ‘Kill Order’ Trailer Reveals the Action-Packed Superhuman Martial Arts Movie

Today, we're happy to debut the trailer for Kill Order, a new sci-fi actioner that ups the martial arts ante with superhuman skills. Chris Mark stars as David, a quiet high school kid suffering from some seriously dark memories he doesn't understand when a group of armed men swarms his classroom, forcing David to defend his life and unleashing his previously unknown strength and abilities. The film is written and directed by first-time feature filmmaker and veteran stunt coordinator James Mark, who previously lent his stunt skills to Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and Pacific Rim. …
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Cool Stuff: Mondo’s Black Friday Deals Include ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’, ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ & More

Cool Stuff: Mondo’s Black Friday Deals Include ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’, ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ & More
Today is Thanksgiving, when families all round the country gather to stuff their faces with delicious food and argue about politics. Then we follow that up with Black Friday, when we forget about all the things were were thankful for so we can run through the aisles of various retails outlets for discounted electronics, appliances […]

The post Cool Stuff: Mondo’s Black Friday Deals Include ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’, ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ & More appeared first on /Film.
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Vision Films Nabs ‘The Scent of Rain & Lightning’; House Of Film Acquires ‘Little Gandhi’ — Afm Briefs

Vision Films has acquired the international sales rights to thriller The Scent of Rain & Lightning, which will be presented at the annual American Film Market in Santa Monica. Blake Robbins directed the film, which stars Maika Monroe (It Follows), Mark Webber (Scott Pilgrim vs. The World), Will Patton (Falling Skies), Bonnie Bedelia (Parenthood), Justin Chatwin (Shameless), Aaron Poole (The Void), Logan Miller (Before I Fall), Brad Carter (True Detective) and Maggie Grace
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5 Reasons why you need to see Baby Driver

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5 Reasons why you need to see Baby Driver5 Reasons why you need to see Baby DriverAdriana Floridia10/10/2017 10:46:00 AMDirector Edgar Wright is kind of a big deal. Although he may not be a household name yet, with his latest film, Baby Driver, surely even non-film aficionados will soon know who he is. Most famous for his "Cornetto" trilogy, comprising of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End, and all made with collaborators Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, these three films are something of cult classics. He also directed the Toronto-set Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, which many consider a masterpiece of stylistic filmmaking. Baby Driver follows in its footsteps as an equally stylistic crime film about Baby (Ansel Elgort), a young getaway driver who's paying a debt to a mob boss (Kevin Spacey). It's a story we've seen before, but it has never quite unfolded like it does in Baby Driver,
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Bodied Review [Fantastic Fest 2017]

From the moment Bodied opens with a promotional advert for the Killafornia Battle League (in which we’re *immediately* told to “suck a dick!”) to the very last insert-rap-lyric-here outro line, director Joseph Kahn and co-writer Alex Larsen assassinate political correctness with pop-culture lyricisms and heat-seeking regard. Ninjas of the rapped word in their ranks, racial appropriation and misrepresented social justice tenacity in their crosshairs. We no longer can share a single thought without offending someone, somewhere, who wants to score uncashable “woke points” – and Kahn wants to make their fragile little minds explode. This is two straight hours of offensive battle rap bars, non-stop hilarity, layered introspection and the most stylized, take-no-prisoners commentary on what a black-and-white minefield our behavioral ethics have become.

That, and it’s the most motherflippin’ fun you’ll have in a theater of any kind this year, the next, and probably many to come.
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