The film from Harry Potter and Paddington producer David Heyman, was initially slated for release in cinemas on 3 April.
Based on the Donald Ray Pollock novel of the same name, the multi-generational film that explores PTSD stars Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson.
This weekend is a perfect occasion to explore the different corners of the animation medium that, far too often, doesn’t get paid its dues.
"Getting fan letters from creepy old men when you’re a child – that messes you up,” says Matilda star Mara Wilson.
“Happy Endings” fans got a bit of an epilogue to the ABC sitcom on Monday when the cast reunited for a coronavirus fundraiser.Eliza Coupe, Elisha Cuthbert, Zachary Knighton, Adam Pally, Damon Wayans, Jr. and Casey Wilson met up in character via Zoom last night for new episode “And The Pandemmy Goes To…” The 28-minute performance doubled as a benefit for Color of Change and José Andrés’ World Central Kitchen supporting Black Lives Matter and COVID-19 relief efforts.In the virtual episode, Penny (Wilson) announces her engagement to a doctor, a relationship that lasts until she gets dumped midway through the meetup. By the end of their Zoom call, Penny not only has a new fiancé, she’s married. We’re just not so sure how legal the nuptials are.Also Read: '30 Rock' vs 'Parks and Rec' Reunion Ratings: Reunited, but Does NBC Feel So Good?Not to be a one-upper, but Alex (Cuthbert) reveals that she had a baby in April. The reunion’s much-teased surprise guest turns out to be Derrick (Stephen Guarino), her baby daddy. Drama!There are plenty of callbacks in the episode — including more meta ones — to the sitcom’s original run.Meanwhile, Jane (Eliza Coupe) and Brad (Damon Wayans Jr.) have weird Zoom sex in front of the whole group, and Dave (Knighton) is oblivious to the entire pandemic and has planned the worst restaurant opening of all time.Watch the whole thing via the video above.Also Read: 'The Parent Trap' Reunion: Lindsay Lohan, Dennis Quaid, More Stars Reminisce on Iconic Lines, Favorite MomentsAt the time of this writing, the “Happy Endings” reunion had raised just under $23,000 for World Central Kitchen, according to the YouTube fundraiser page.Here is the “Happy Endings” synopsis:Alex and Dave have been together for 10 years and are about to be married. But, in the middle of their perfect wedding, a helpless romantic rollerblades into the church and professes his love for Alex with a grand, overblown speech right out of the end of a bad romantic comedy. To Dave’s surprise, Alex runs out with the rollerblader leaving his life absolutely destroyed. Now Dave, Alex, and their mutual group of tight-knit old friends must figure out a way to stay together despite the fact that the rock-solid couple, that had always united them, has now shattered apart. This is the story of the other side of the happy ending.“Happy Endings” is a Sony Pictures Television series created by David Caspe. It ran from 2011 to 2013 on ABC.Read original story Watch the ‘Happy Endings’ Reunion Episode Here (Video) At TheWrap
EXCLUSIVE: Fresh from an earnings report that saw it add 10 million subscribers during the pandemic, Netflix has just set its most financially ambitious feature film so far. Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans are set to star in The Gray Man, with AGBO's Joe & Anthony Russo directing their first blockbuster since setting the all-time […]
The brutal thriller, starring Chris Hemsworth, was released on Netflix at the height of the coronavirus lockdown.
Gotham City is coming to HBO Max. The streaming service has given a series commitment for a spinoff of Matt Reeves’ upcoming “The Batman” that will be set inside the Gotham City Police Department.Per HBO Max, the untitled series “will build upon the motion picture’s examination of the anatomy of corruption in Gotham City.”“Boardwalk Empire” creator Terence Winter will write the project, with Reeves and his 6th and Idaho production company producing with Warner Bros. TV. Reeves and Winter will executive produce alongside “The Batman” producer Dylan Clark.Also Read: 'The Batman' Director Matt Reeves Signs Overall TV Deal With Warner BrosReeves is helming Warner Bros.’ newest take on the Caped Crusader, which will see Robert Pattinson take over the role. “The Batman” is scheduled to hit theaters in October 2021, and also stars Zoe Kravitz, Paul Dano, Colin Farrell, John Turturro, Jeffrey Wright, Peter Sarsgard and Andy Serkis. It is not clear yet if any of the film’s cast will appear in this new series, though Wright is portraying Police Commissioner Jim Gordon.“This is an amazing opportunity, not only to expand the vision of the world I am creating in the film, but to explore it in the kind of depth and detail that only a longform format can afford — and getting to work with the incredibly talented Terence Winter, who has written so insightfully and powerfully about worlds of crime and corruption, is an absolute dream,” said Reeves.The series would be the second to focus on the Gotham police, following Fox’s “Gotham” which starred Ben McKenzie as Gordon in the days before Bruce Wayne became Batman. It joins other DC Comics-based TV projects at HBO Max, that include a “Green Lantern” series from Geoff Johns, a J.J. Abrams-produced “Justice League Dark” and an animated Aquaman show. Elizabeth Banks the executive producing the comedy “DC Super Hero High” as well.“We are so fortunate to have such great partners in Matt, Dylan, and Terry and unprecedented access to a wealth of IP from our partners at Warner Bros. and DC,” said Sarah Aubrey, head of original content, HBO Max.Along with creating “Boardwalk Empire,” Winter co-created the short-lived “Vinyl” and served as a writer, director and executive producer on “The Sopranos.”The HBO Max series will also be executive produced by 6th & Idaho’s Daniel Pipski and Adam Kassan; Rafi Crohn will co-executive produce. Warner Bros. International Television Distribution will distribute the series globally.Read original story TV Spinoff of ‘The Batman’ About Gotham City PD in the Works at HBO Max At TheWrap
Luke Evans and Josh Gad will reprise their roles from 'Beauty and the Beast' for the new streaming series.
Charlie Kaufman opens up about working with Netflix on I’m Thinking Of Ending Things, and says that studios have ruined movies.