"Yes. Maybe even beyond the DCEU. I say yes! In fact, we've already seen it a little and it's my dream, vision and sincere belief that Barry Allen can truly, at the height of his powers, travel anywhere." Ezra Miller previously appeared alongside Grant Gustin's Barry Allen during an episode of The Flash on The CW as part of the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover. That helped to establish the idea of the DC multiverse being a bridge between the movies and TV shows. There is still no word yet on when filming will begin but The Flash movie is set to arrive in theaters on June 3, 2022. We'll be sure to keep you posted as further details are made available. You can check out the full Q&A from the official DCFanDome.com website. … [Read more...] about Wonder Woman & the Flash Team-Up Movie Teased by DC Director Andy Muschietti
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Each year, Cannes brings out some of Hollywood's biggest stars and 2016 is no exception. Opening night on Wednesday saw the premiere of Woody Allen's new film, Café Society, with stars Kristen Stewart and Blake Lively among attendees. And on Thursday, director Jodie Foster premiered her new movie, Money Monster, with actors Julia Roberts and George Clooney walking the red carpet. … [Read more...] about Cannes Film Festival: The 21 Movies Up For the Palme d’Or Prize
The Great Gatsby (2013) After The Great Gatsby opened in May 2013, Vulture writer Kyle Buchanan paid special tribute to the film’s introduction of Jay Gatsby, saying, “It’s a scene that’s so over-the-top that it might have hit the moon, and when this magical moment happened onscreen, you had no choice but to laugh, cry, or applaud.” For the record, we laughed and applauded: It’s one of the great moments in recent movies in which a director (Baz Luhrmann) and his star (DiCaprio) are sharing one big, knowing chuckle with their audience. The whole film is wrapped up in that moment, and it’s why DiCaprio is so good in this remake, even though the movie itself is exhausting and misguided. As Gatsby, the unattainably impressive man of wealth and status, DiCaprio projects the kind of movie-star wattage we just don’t see much anymore, at the same time hinting at the romantic duress that renders all his achievements ultimately meaningless. As in … [Read more...] about Every Leonardo DiCaprio Movie Performance, Ranked
History Although Cheech & Chong pioneered the modern pot comedy, the subgenre has its roots in the counterculture of the 1960s. Recreational drug use skyrocketed during the turbulent decade, and as the new generation of American filmmakers and actors began to experiment with marijuana, they incorporated it into their movies as well. The Beatles films were clearly drug-influenced, although they didn’t feature many overt references to the stuff. Easy Rider was the most notable hippie era stoner film, with the plot involving two counterculture bikers traveling cross-country, selling drugs along the way. Although the movie is a drama, Jack Nicholson appeared in a star-making supporting role and provided the film’s comic relief. Other significant late 60s/early 70s drug films include The Trip and Wild in the Streets. These are also dramas, but perhaps the earliest notable use of marijuana in a Hollywood comedy came in 1968 with Peter Sellers’s I Love You, Alice B. … [Read more...] about A Definitive Guide to Stoner Comedies
Four years later, while Akki continued his stint as Khiladi, Juhi was relegated to playing his didi married to a greedy Mohinish Bahl in Suneel Darshan’s trite family drama, Ek Rishtaa: The Bond of Love. … [Read more...] about PIX: Kabhi sweethearts kabhi siblings!