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Salma Hayek can do it all!
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"When your friends invite you for dinner and you end up doing all the work," she wrote alongside the snap, which shows her cooking dinner while holding Reynolds' daughter on her hip. "#hitmansbodyguard #ryanreynolds #tbt."
It's not surprising that Reynolds handed the chef's hat to his Hitman's Bodyguard co-star. The actor came clean about his kitchen skills in a recent interview with Men's Health.
"I am not innovative in the kitchen," he admitted. "If I cook, you'll have a structure fire. The firemen will kick down our door, take my wife »
By Thom Powers
“Resistance is a key theme in this year’s documentaries,” said Tiff Docs Programmer Thom Powers. “We pay witness to rebels challenging the status quo in art, politics, sexuality, religion, fashion, sports and entertainment. They speak powerfully to our times as audiences seek inspirations for battling powerful and corrupt systems.”
Tiff’s 2017 documentary lineup goes deep into the lives of boundary-pushing characters — Grace Jones, Jim Carrey, Jane Goodall, and Eric Clapton, to name only a few of the most famous. But the celebrity factor isn’t enough to make a great film. What sets these docs apart is their directors’ ability to a bring fresh perspective.
Then there are figures whose names you may not recognize, but they become unforgettable after you see them on screen. They include Scotty Bowers, who was »
- Sydney Levine
ThelmaA selection of films from the 2017 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival has been unveiled, with new films by Sebastián Lelio, Deniz Gamze Ergüven, Darren Aronofsky, Greta Gerwig, Guillermo Del Toro, Joachim Trier, Wim Wenders, and many more.Special PRESENTATIONSOpening Night: Ladybird (Greta Gerwig)Closing Night: Sheikh Jackson (Amr Salama)Battle of the Sexes (Valerie Faris & Jonathan Dayton)Bpm (Beats Per Minute) (Robin Campillo)The Brawler (Anurag Kashyap)The Breadwinner (Nora Twomey)Call Me By Your Name (Luca Guadagnino)Catch the Wind (Gaël Morel)The Children Act (Richard Eyre)The Current War (Alfonso Gomez-Rejon)Disobedience (Sebastián Lelio)Downsizing (Alexander Payne)A Fantastic Woman (Sebastián Lelio)First They Killed My Father (Angelina Jolie)The Guardians (Xavier Beauvois)Hostiles (Scott Cooper)The Hungry (Bornila Chatterjee)I, Tonya (Craig Gillespie)Mother! (Darren Aronofsky)Novitiate (Maggie Betts)Omerta (Hansal Mehta)Plonger (Mélanie Laurent)The Price of Success (Teddy Lussi-Modeste)Professor Marston & the Wonder Women »
Following an initial round of premieres and the announcement that Borg vs. McEnroe will open Toronto International Film Festival 2017, they’ve now announced their lineup for Midnight Madness and Documentaries. Leading the pack of our most-anticipated among midnight tiles is Brawl in Cell Block 99, which is S. Craig Zahler’s follow-up to Bone Tomahawk and will premiere at Venice beforehand. There’s also the latest film from Joseph Kahn, Bodied, which will open the sidebar, and the first trailer has landed.
On the documentary side, there is Frederick Wiseman’s Ex Libris – The New York Public Library, as well as new films from Morgan Spurlock, Heidi Ewing (Jesus Camp), Brett Morgen (Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck), and more. Check out the new additions below, along with images and trailers where available.
Midnight Madness Opening Film
- Jordan Raup
“The Disaster Artist” screened in March as a work in progress at South by Southwest, where it received a standing ovation. Critics were impressed with Franco’s performance as Tommy Wiseau in the film about the making of Wiseau’s 2003 so-bad-that-it’s-good film “The Room.” A24 and New Line have given the film an awards-season Dec. 1 release.
The 10-film Midnight Madness section also includes “Brawl in Cell Block 99,” starring Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Carpenter; the world premiere of Brian Taylor’s “Mom and Dad,” starring Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair; Seth Smith’s “The Crescent”; Ryuhei Kitamura’s action thriller “Downrange”; and U.K. director David Bruckner’s “The Ritual,” with Rafe Spall and Robert James-Collier.
Toronto International Film Festival 2017 Lineup (Photos)
- Dave McNary
The Canadian titles that are part of this year’s programme will be announced on August 9. The 42nd Toronto International Film Festival is scheduled to run from September 7-17 and will open with Borg/McEnroe.
Selections include Brett Morgen’s profile of primatologist Jane Goodall in Jane; the story of three Hasidic Jews who attempt to join the secular world in One Of Us by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady; Violeta Ayala’s Bolivian drug trade film Cocaine Prison; and Emmanuel Gras’ closing film Makala »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
Ryan Reynolds is getting candid on his fit figure.
The Deadpool star covers the September issue of Men's Health, flaunting his biceps in a simple fitted T-shirt paired with dark wash jeans. In his accompanying interview with the magazine, he opens up about his diet and fitness routine, favorite cheat meal and cooking at home for his wife, Blake Lively.
Art Streiber/Men's Health
"I am not innovative in the kitchen," he confesses. "If I cook, you'll have a structure fire. The firemen will kick down our door, take my wife away, and give her a better life."
Reynolds reveals his diet typically consists of eating "clean, whole foods" every two or three hours, but he admits he loves a good cheat meal every now and then -- and doesn't feel bad about it!
"Is it really unhealthy if it makes you so »
They are two of the Toronto International Film Festival’s wildest sections — for very different reasons — and this year’s slate of both Midnight Madness and Documentary offerings appear to signal another strong lineup for the festival. Thrills, chills, terror, and scares await movie-goers, all care of unbelievable real-life stories and slightly less true tales for genre fans of all stripes.
This year’s Midnight Madness section will open with Joseph Kahn’s provocative World Premiere of “Bodied,” and also offers up the World Premiere of “The Disaster Artist,” directed by James Franco and based on the making of Tommy Wiseau’s 2003 cult film, “The Room.” (The film previously screened as a work-in-progress at SXSW.)
- Kate Erbland
Author: Matt Rodgers
When it was released in March, it drifted by like a final reel escape pod, sadly unnoticed by the ticket buying public. You see, at the time anticipation for another science-fiction alien themed horror was at fever pitch, with everyone screaming loud enough to be heard in space about the forthcoming Alien: Covenant, which promised a return to the haunted house frightfest of the original.
Now the noise has subsided, and the franchise to which Life is indebted has struggled to deliver on the promise of a stripped back return-to-form, it’s time to suit up and revisit Calvin the Martian, and the crew of the ill-fated space station, to take a look at why Life is worth living all over again.
The set-up is refreshingly simple, »
- Matt Rodgers
Anticipation just keeps building for the Marvel Cinematic Universe's first female standalone movie, Captain Marvel.
Larson initially played it coy at a junket for her latest film, The Glass Castle, saying, "I may be getting ready, I may not be getting ready! Anything I say I feel is hyper analyzed."
But she did open up on the expectations that come with playing a beloved character.
"I mean, I feel pressure in that it's a character that people love and are inspired by and I see that, and so I want to do right by that. And I want people to feel like their character is honored."
Read: Comic-Con: 'Captain Marvel' Will Take Place in the 1990s & Feature the First McU Appearance of the Skrulls
However, Larson was adamant »
ZamaThe programme for the 2017 edition of the Venice Film Festival has been unveiled, and includes new films from Darren Aronofsky, Lucrecia Martel, Frederick Wiseman, Alexander Payne, Hirokazu Kore-eda, Abdellatif Kechiche, Takeshi Kitano and many more.COMPETITIONmother! (Darren Aronofsky)First Reformed (Paul Schrader)Sweet Country (Warwick Thornton)The Leisure Seeker (Paolo Virzi)Una Famiglia (Sebastiano Riso)Ex Libris - The New York Public Library (Frederick Wiseman)Angels Wear White (Vivian Qu)The Whale (Andrea Pallaoro)Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Martin McDonagh)Foxtrot (Samuel Maoz)Ammore e malavita (Manetti Brothers)Jusqu'a la garde (Xavier Legrand)The Third Murder (Hirokazu Kore-eda)Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno (Abdellatif Kechiche)Lean on Pete (Andrew Haigh)L'insulte (Ziad Doueiri)La Villa (Robert Guediguian)The Shape of Water (Guillermo del Toro)Suburbicon (George Clooney)Human Flow (Ai Weiwei)Downsizing (Alexander Payne)Out Of COMPETITIONFeaturesOur Souls at Night (Ritesh Batra)Il Signor Rotpeter (Antonietta de Lillo)Victoria »
Den Of Geek Jul 28, 2017
How can you try and change things, if life seems relentlessly bad?
Life, you don’t need us to tell you, can be pretty bleak at times. Be it problems at work, problems at home, problems with health, or something that doesn’t easily fit into any category. What can be worse is if you can’t see any logical solution, or only a bleak one. Most of us have had dark moments like that, and we daresay some of you are in the midst of them.
The problem too is the assumption from people around you – and there’s no callousness in this, it’s just life – may very well be that all is good. They don’t see the sleepless nights, they can’t tap into the endless worry. »
More than two months have passed since the Gosselin sextuplets turned 13, and the festivities are unfolding on this season of Kate Plus 8.
On Monday’s episode, Kate Gosselin treated Aaden, Alexis, Hannah, Leah and Joel to a day of camping and glamping. The kids played a slew of games together including archery tag before enjoying a bonfire, s’mores and cake. Kate and her 16-year-old daughter Mady, who is twin to Cara, put their creative skills to the test decorating a large tent for the family.
But there was one notable absence: Kate’s 13-year-old son Collin, who has »
- Char Adams
Life is an intense sci-fi thriller about a team of scientists aboard the International Space Station whose mission of discovery turns to one of primal fear when they find a rapidly evolving life-form that caused extinction on Mars, and now threatens the crew and all life on Earth.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson and Ryan Reynolds lead the cast of the film as a team of scientists aboard the International Space Station who discover a rapidly evolving life form that threatens the crew and all life on Earth. Joining them are international stars Hiroyuki Sanada, Ariyon Bakare, and Olga Dihovichnaya in the film, directed by Daniel Espinosa (Safe House) and written by Deadpool screenwriters, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. »
- Paul Heath
The top-notch Hollywood cast includes the likes of Jake Gyllenhaal , Rebecca Ferguson and Ryan Reynolds who star as a team of scientists aboard the International Space Station who discover a rapidly evolving life form that threatens the crew and all life on Earth. Hiroyuki Sanada, Ariyon Bakare, and Olga Dihovichnaya are also amongst the cast of Life, which is directed by Daniel Espinosa (Safe House) and written by Deadpool screenwriters, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick.
To co-inside with its UK home release, we caught up with Rebecca Ferguson to talk about her role as Dr. Miranda North.
Why do you feel the film and how it taps into our primal fears that makes it so scary?
- Paul Heath
Ryan Lambie Aug 1, 2017
Something dreadful lurks on the International Space Station, awoken from its centuries of slumber by curious scientists. A microscopic organism brought back from Mars soon displays a worrying ability to grow and break limbs - and before long, the station's crew realises that the creature has to be kept away from Earth at all costs.
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Writing duo Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick scored a huge hit with Deadpool last year, but Life, directed by Daniel Espinosa, represents something very different. A straight-ahead, tense genre thriller, it's not based on an existing franchise or comic book, »
But for the first time ever, the brothers are coming together in a new documentary to discuss Diana’s parenting style and the many ways her influence had shaped their lives.
In a promo for Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy — the documentary commissioned by the U.K.’s ITV network that will air in the States on HBO — William and Harry look through a private family album together that was assembled by their mother, »
- Dave Quinn
A celebration of all things that go bump in the night (and the people who fight those bumps in the night) in the genre world, the 43rd Annual Saturn Awards took place last night in Burbank, and both sides of the "march to war" in The Walking Dead were well-represented.
In addition to winning Best Horror TV Series, The Walking Dead was rewarded with Best Actor on Television (Andrew Lincoln) and Best Guest Star on Television (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). Read on for the full list of winners, which also include Millie Bobby Brown, Riverdale, Westworld, and many more:
Press Release: Burbank, Calif. – June 28, 2016 – The 43rd Annual Saturn Awards celebrated the best and the brightest in genre entertainment tonight, with Lucasfilm/Disney’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story capturing three statuettes in the Film Category, tying with Paramount’s science fiction thriller 10 Cloverfield Lane. One of the entertainment industry’s most highly-anticipated evenings, »
- Derek Anderson
It Would Be Cool
Ever since Marvel Studios reaquired the rights to Blade, there has been a lot of chatter about the Day Walker entering the Marvel Cinematic Universe in some capacity, with rumours of a Netflix series and even a female-led version. Original Blade actor Wesley Snipes even hinted at a return. In a new interview with Arrow to the Head, Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige has said it would “be cool” to have Blade in the McU, but there are no plans at the moment. “My tenure at Marvel started 17 years ago, and there were two things that sort of launched the modern era,” he said. “One was X-Men, which was the first thing that people said, “‘Oh, there’s life here.’ But a few years before that, there was Blade. A character nobody had heard of at all, had only appeared in a few issues of Tomb of Dracula or something, »
- Luke Owen
Ryan Reynolds and Deadpool 2 have just embraced the Skux Life, as Hunt for the Wilderpeople's Julian Dennison joins the cast of the highly-anticipated sequel with an epic new behind-the-scenes photo »
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