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'Transformers': One Way It's Kind of Brilliant
6 hours ago
They are critically reviled, written off as overstuffed and incoherent mish-moshes of extravagant explosions, loud noises, product placements, scantily clad women and terrible dialogue. (Anyone remember John Tutturo uttering the line "I am directly below enemy scrotum" in Revenge of The Fallen?)
But there’s one aspect of the series that doesn’t get enough credit — and it is actually kind of brilliant. It's the franchises reliance on a popular bastion of fiction known as secret histories, a concept that it's used to justify the perpetuation of this franchise »
- Josh Weiss
Jar Jar Binks Makes Incognito Plea to Ron Howard For Han Solo Movie Role
7 hours ago
Meesa thinks it's a long shot.
Jar Jar is in disguise for the nearly two-minute faux clip in which he praises Howard's work and says he knows the mostly unpopular Phantom Menace character would be a great addition.
"The best choice would be to put Jar Jar in the movie," says Jar Jar with his voice changed. "Jar Jar Binks is a beloved »
- Ryan Parker
'May I Have This Man' Trailer Shows A Lot of Pre-Wedding Stress
7 hours ago
The trailer for the indie May I Have This Man sees stars Anthony Rapp and Jonathan Bennett re-thinking some things.
The two star as soon-to-be-married Daniel and Christopher, whose pre-wedding stress is suddenly exacerbated by the arrival of Christopher's long-lost childhood friend.
May I Have This Man was written and directed by Joshua Tunick, and it's ensemble cast includes Alyson Hannigan and Thomas Dekker.
The movie hits theaters on July 7 and i available on VOD on July 11.
Watch the trailer in the player below.
- THR Staff
Munich Film Festival Honors Bryan Cranston with Lifetime Achievement Award
10 hours ago
Alongside the crowds of screaming Germans on the red carpet, who came out in force to see Cranston receive the Cinemerit Award, the lifetime achievement honor of the Munich International Film Festival, prominent festival guests could barely contain their excitement.
Sir Peter Jonas, the former head of the Bavarian State Opera and a living legend of the classical music scene, insisted on being the one to give the laudatory speech »
- Scott Roxborough
Weekend Box Office: 'Transformers 5' No Knight in Shining Armor
17 hours ago
The big-budget summer tentpole, opening Wednesday and directed by Bay, is headed for a five-day domestic debut of $64 million-$65 million, well behind any of the previous four installments in the toy-turned-film franchise.
That will include a Friday-Sunday take of roughly $40.5 million, a dismal showing considering box-office blockbuster Wonder Woman is projected to earn $26 million all the way in its fourth weekend. On Friday, Warner Bros. and helmer Patty Jenkins' superhero film became »
- Pamela McClintock
'The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin': Film Review | Provincetown 2017
17 hours ago
The key paradox to emerge from Jennifer M. Kroot's The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin is that the counterculture-era Dickens of San Francisco's Lgbt community was the son of an unapologetic white supremacist, whose connections helped him land his first TV writing gig, working for arch conservative Jesse Helms, of all people. Few readers devouring Maupin's cherished Tales of the City books can have guessed that the creator of Anna Madrigal, the enigmatic, weed-smoking trans landlady of 28 Barbary Lane, was in fact the great-great-grandson of a Confederate general who became a congressman in order to defend his slave-owner rights.
- David Rooney
Bradley Cooper Crashes Kris Kristofferson's Glastonbury Set to Film 'A Star Is Born' Scenes
22 hours ago
Cooper is directing and starring in the film alongside Lady Gaga. On Friday, he appeared onstage ahead of Kris Kristofferson's set and performed for the crowd and cameras, albeit with his guitar volume turned off to the audience, as NME reports. He and Gaga filmed similar scenes at Coachella in April.
Before leaving the stage, Cooper thanked the audience: "You guys were awesome, that was great — it's my sheer pleasure to introduce Kris Kristofferson."
- Colin Stutz, Billboard