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Geostorm's Jim Sturgess on blockbuster movies and climate change
23 hours ago
The new blockbuster film comes at an interesting moment. While many regions have been plagued by hurricanes and earthquakes, it seems like unfortunate timing to visit the topic of climate change on the big screen. However, it is an issue that we need to face, and the horrors of what a "geostorm" would entail might give audiences enough awareness to do some research and do their part in preserving our Mother Earth.
Geostorm isn't the only recent film to tackle this issue, though it may be the most obvious. Darren Aronofsky created an elaborate metaphor for the way humans are destroying the planet with his polarizing film mother!, and Paul Schrader visits the existential crisis this »
- Adriana Floridia
Andrew Garfield, Claire Foy and Andy Serkis talk their true story Breathe
18 October 2017 8:53 AM, PDT
Garfield takes on the true story of Robin Cavendish, a man who was diagnosed with polio at the age of twenty-eight and who became an advocate for the disabled. In order to play the role, Garfield had to try and understand what it would mean to be paralyzed. The film also follows the strength of his marriage with his wife Diane (Claire Foy), making this an incredible love story about perseverance in the face of tragedy.
You can hear all the details in our interview with Garfield, Claire Foy and first time director Andy Serkis below! Breathe opens at select Cineplex theatres on October 20th. Click here for tickets and showtimes! »
- Adriana Floridia
The Snowman's Rebecca Ferguson talks making a murder mystery in the cold
18 October 2017 8:15 AM, PDT
“It’s by a studio from America and an incredible Swedish director,” Ferguson says over the phone from London. The 34-year-old actor’s mom was English but her dad was Swedish and Ferguson, whose full name is Rebecca Louisa Ferguson Sundström, was born and raised in Stockholm.
“I got to work with Michael Fassbender, run around in deep snow in Norway — which, by the way, if you’ve never been, you should go. It is breathtakingly beautiful up there!”
A beautiful locale for an ugly tale.
It’s hard to avoid horrific violence in any story written by Jo Nesbø, »
- Bob Strauss - Cineplex Magazine
Miles Teller talks playing the hero in Only the Brave and Thank You for Your Service
18 October 2017 7:52 AM, PDT
Miles Teller talks playing the hero in Only the Brave and Thank You for Your ServiceMiles Teller talks playing the hero in Only the Brave and Thank You for Your ServiceJim Slotek, Cineplex Magazine10/18/2017 9:52:00 Am
Even before he starred in last year’s boxing movie actually called Bleed for This, Miles Teller proved he was willing to bleed for his craft — all over his drum kit in his breakthrough, Oscar-nominated film Whiplash, for example.
Teller, whose acting has been defined by extreme choices of late, is back on screen testing his limits in two movies this month, playing a firefighter battling a killer blaze in Only the Brave and an Iraq War veteran in Thank You for Your Service. Both films are based on true stories.
- Jim Slotek, Cineplex Magazine
Solo: A Star Wars Story and Murder on the Orient Express top today's news!
17 October 2017 2:45 PM, PDT
First off, we Finally got to hear something about the project which until now was known as Untitled Han Solo Project. Well, we don’t have to resort to mysteriously calling it that anymore, because director Ron Howard took to Twitter today to confirm that the official title is Solo: A Star Wars Story. Alden Ehrenreich plays a young version of the space cowboy Harrison Ford made so famous, with Emilia Clarke, Paul Bettany, and Woody Harrelson also starring. It hits theatres May 25th.
Hey #Twitterville we just wrapped »
- Amanda Wood
Five reasons to see The Foreigner
17 October 2017 1:42 PM, PDT
Five reasons to see The ForeignerFive reasons to see The ForeignerScott Goodyer10/17/2017 3:42:00 Pm
The action movie has Chan playing a humble businessman with a buried past who seeks justice when his daughter is killed in an act of terrorism. Pierce Brosnan also stars, teaming up again with GoldenEye director Martin Campbell.
Here are 5 reasons why you need to check this movie out:
1. The Stunts
Jackie Chan has endured many years of long, hard work and a ton of injuries to establish international success via his early beginnings in Hong Kong's martial arts movie industry. Making his way to North American audiences in 1995 with Rumble in the Bronx, this was the first time we saw an action star do his own stunts as he ran up walls and bounced off cars. It was very impressive and Jackie hasn't slowed down. »
- Scott Goodyer
Halloween make-up tutorial: Pennywise from It the movie
17 October 2017 8:44 AM, PDT
Halloween make-up tutorial: Pennywise from It the movieHalloween make-up tutorial: Pennywise from It the movieScott Goodyer10/17/2017 10:44:00 Am
Halloween is around the corner and with It in theatres, a lot of people will be doing the creepy Pennywise clown costume.
Of course, It stars Bill Skarsgård as the creepy clown. Based on the Stephen King book about a group of bullied kids who band together when a shape shifting demon, taking the appearance of a clown, begins to hunt them, this Halloween movie is a must see on the big screen!
So how do you pull off Pennywise on a budget? In this make-up tutorial, our very own Tanner Zipchen gets in the make-up chair to demonstrate how you can re-create this scary clown look.
Watch the video below (with a very special scary ending) and check out the movie It, now playing in Cineplex theatres!
For more It »
- Scott Goodyer
5 Reasons why you need to see Spider-Man: Homecoming (again)
17 October 2017 8:11 AM, PDT
One of the most beloved superheroes in existence, there's a reason why Spidey keeps making it back to the big screen. Now available at the Cineplex Store, this time, Peter officially joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe (not including his scene-stealing appearance in Captain America: Civil War last year), and it's this union of Spider-Man with the rest of The Avengers (well, really just his mentor Iron Man) that sets Spider-Man: Homecoming apart from the past iterations of this character.
We loved Spider-Man: Homecoming so much that we're giving you 5 reasons why you need to see the film for the first or second time (because we'll be heading back to relive the fun »
- Adriana Floridia
Black Panther roars into action in the second trailer!
16 October 2017 2:12 PM, PDT
It might be Monday, but it’s also… Black Panther trailer day!!!
We’re never far from the release of a dazzling superhero movie nowadays, but Marvel’s Black Panther looks like it’s on a whole new level of impressive. The second trailer dropped today, and it looks like one of the coolest things Marvel has ever released.
Chadwick Boseman (Marshall, 42) stars as T’Challa, the prince of technologically-advanced Wakanda who returns home upon the death of his father to reclaim his throne. When we say technologically advanced, we mean Advanced: flying ships that you steer by waving your hands and various weapons that crush cars and do other cool stuff are just some of what we caught a glimpse of. The cast is pretty stacked too, »
- Amanda Wood