Argentinian filmmakers Mariano Cohn and Gaston Duprat have enlisted Penelope Cruz, Antonio Banderas and Oscar Martinez to skew the world of prestigious film festival such as Cannes, Venice and Berlin. Looks like a lot of fun and has left us wondering which film festival it will premiere at. Stay tuned.
Come for the latest Liane Moriarty adaptation starring Nicole Kidman, shot in Byron Bay and also starring Melissa McCarthy, Luke Evans, Tiffany Boone, Regina Hall, Bobby Cannavale, Asher Keddie, Grace Van Patten and Samara Weaving, stay for Michael Shannon gyrating on a bed in boxer shorts.
The Jackass gang is back - Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Dave England, Wee Man, Danger Ehren, Preston Lacy, and introducing Jasper, Rachel Wolfson, Sean “Poopies” McInerney, Zach Holmes, Eric Manaka - and is the mindless elixir we all need.
Killing Eve's Jodie Comer stars, with Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Adam Driver (and their hair), in this adaptation of Eric Jager’s book The Last Duel: A True Story of Crime, Scandal, and Trial by Combat in MedievalFrance, by Nicole Holofcener, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon. With its central theme of powerful men and a woman accusing one of them of assault, this certainly looks like a story for our times. And is the title of the film prophetic at all, considering Ridley Scott's first feature was The Duellists back in 1977 (not really, considering House of Gucci will be released the following month)?
From an original story by Wan and his better half Ingrid Bisu (who also appears in the film), and starring Annabelle Wallis (Annabelle), this looks like a bit of a throwback to the kind of late 20th century horror that the filmmaker grew up on.
John Boyega stars, with Olivia Cooke, Bill Skarsgård, Ed Skrein, Tim Blake Nelson, and Linda Lavin in support, for first time director Chase Palmer (one of the writers of It screenplay), co-adapting Sergio De La Pava's award winning novel. Looks like a cross between Snatch and The Verdict - where do we sign?