Over the course of one feverish day, a harried narcotics detective (David Morse) and his reluctant partner (Mike Vogel) frantically track down a recently released convict (Cory Monteith) who knows a secret from the past.
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“What I love about Logan is he’s got a wicked sense of humor,” the actor said.
The legendary horror writer had little patience for Michael Bay’s take on the Hasbro toys.
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” was so busy travelling the multiverse that it never found time to explore the Internet. A sequel would change that.
The 92-year-old actor claims that a company illegally used his likeness to imply he was endorsing their product.
The interactive website appears to promote a fictional amusement park that exists in Peele’s upcoming film.
Flayed minds, full hearts, can’t lose.
“I’d be excited but I’d be apprehensive as well, because Hugh [Jackman] is so associated with the role,” Egerton said of the potential opportunity.
“I hope I never settle,” actor Ṣọpẹ Dìrísù tells IndieWire ahead of “Mr. Malcolm’s List.” “I want to do everything.”
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CAA’s acquisition of ICM made Hollywood’s biggest agency even bigger. But WME and UTA aren’t exactly turning over their client lists.
The season villain actually freaked out Brown IRL on the set of “Stranger Things 4.”
Critics of the show have accused Disney of trying to “re-engineer the discourse around kids and sexuality.”