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Donald Glover and Beyoncé voice Simba and Nala; Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen are Timon and Pumba; Chiwetel Ejiofor voices the villainous Scar and James Earl Jones reprises his role as the wise patriarch Mufasa. Judging by the box office returns of Infinity War ($2 billion) and the trailer’s record-breaking first 24 hours (289 million views), it’s not an exaggeration to predict that this could be the biggest movie of all time. All Rights Reserved. She leaves to go travelling and returns with a richer more worldly boy, played by the Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun. Karen Krizanovich.
By Worse yet, his suffering is so intense that he may not care; instead of life after death, he’s settling for death before death, a premature leave-taking that’s a betrayal not just of his gifts, but of the time on earth any of us are given.
When the going gets tough, the tough … hustle.
Donna Tartt’s 2013 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, about a boy whose mother is killed when a bomb explodes inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, hits the screen this fall, starring Ansel Elgort, Jeffrey Wright and Nicole Kidman.
Will Bedingfield. By But the fourth outing for the duo that built Pixar looks like more than just a nostalgia play. Timed to the 10th anniversary of the original horror-comedy, which has since become a cult hit, the sequel to Zombieland reconvenes the stars (Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin), director (Ruben Fleischer) and writers (Deadpool‘s Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick) that made the first a hit. Get WIRED Daily, your no-nonsense briefing on all the biggest stories in technology, business and science.
The plot details of Jordan Peele’s follow-up to Get Out have been kept under wraps, though Slashfilm reports that the horror/thriller has something to do with a couple (Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke) relaxing at a beach house with their kids until some visitors make their stay…not relaxing, if we are to judge from the movie poster.
The little plastic bricks continue to provide fodder for sequels: so far we’ve had a Lego Batman and a Lego Ninjago, and the possibilities are as limitless as the toy itself.
Greta Gerwig’s verdantly alive adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s evergreen 150-year-old novel—starring Saoirse Ronan as the ambitious and vibrant Jo March—captures the book’s spirit and heart. WIRED, By The film is better and more interesting than these gimmicks though – Scorcese delivers yet another classic gangster film.
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Here, he turns to outer space, where Brad Pitt plays an astronaut searching for his lost father and, while he’s at it, contemplating the role of humankind in the cosmos. Knives Out: Lionsgate; The Irishman, Marriage Story: Netflix; Parasite: NEON, The Disastrous Swedish Approach to Fighting COVID-19, Your Guide to Vote by Mail Deadlines in Every State, You can unsubscribe at any time. The kids who fell in love with Buzz and Woody in 1995 are old enough now to have kids of their own.
The live-action Pokémon film stars Ryan Reynolds as the voice of the electric character, with an accompanying deerstalker hat.
Buzz, Woody, Mr Potato Head and the rest of the toys are now in the possession of new owner Bonnie. How the hell did Uber lose $5bn in three months? The film comes out just a couple of months before The New Mutants introduces a new crop of specially gifted students.
Glass finds Bruce Willis, James McAvoy and Samuel L. Jackson entangled in a superhuman game of cat and mouse. Print + Digital Monte (Robert Pattison) and his baby daughter are the last survivors of a mission to the outer reaches of the solar system, but they’re hurtling towards a black hole. Perhaps the most hotly anticipated of Disney’s reboots of its animated classics — though this one, like director Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book, is more CGI than live-action, technically speaking — The Lion King brings together an A-list cast of voice actors.
Instead, it shows his ideas in practice, telling the story of an unlikely friendship between Mr. Rogers (Tom Hanks) and a sour journalist (Matthew Rhys) riven with anger issues.
The world doesn’t need another gangster movie, not even one from Martin Scorsese—or so you may have thought before The Irishman. Ana de Armas gives a wonderful performance as the young woman, a nurse who also happens to be an immigrant, at the heart of the intrigue. Their mission?
Idris Elba joins the cast as a new villain, with Deadpool 2 director David Leitch steering the ship…err, the Navistar MXT? Detective Pikachu only exists because of the success of Pokémon Go – the hit location and augmented reality game launched in July 2016.
Like any family reunion, there will be spats and eye-rolling and infighting. According to Lucasfilm, Episode IX will close out the Skywalker era before the next trilogy, to be helmed by The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson, kicks off with new characters.
It also cuts to the reason Alcott’s ideas still resonate: she knew how it felt to yearn for something more, even when you’re not sure what that something more is. This fact steadily drives Lee Jong-su into a deeper and deeper paranoia, and the film transforms into a harrowing mystery. This one takes its “everything is awesome” mentality into outer space, after a not-so-awesome space invasion leaves Bricksburg in shambles. He provides the voice and face (for facial motion capture purposes) of the adorably brilliant Pikachu, a detective working to solve the disappearance of his former partner with the help of his partner’s son (Justice Smith).
Where that movie was set in the underbelly of local TV news, this one, which hits Netflix a few days after its Sundance premiere and costars Rene Russo, John Malkovich and Toni Collette, explores the L.A. art scene. Our look at the best films of 2019 is a mixture of well-worn blockbusters and a few surprises you may not know.
Ari Aster’s Hereditary, which came out last year, was a rare thing: a genuinely terrifying, critically acclaimed horror film. It takes a courageous performer to embody a character who’s become almost so thoroughly intertwined with the vision of Heath Ledger’s bug-eyed, maniacally grinning mug.
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Florence Pugh stars, in a movie that could hardly be more different from the period films (Lady Macbeth, Outlaw King, the forthcoming Little Women) that have thus far dominated her career. Director Lorene Scafaria’s Hustlers is lively and funny, as well as a reminder that it’s often women—and their children—who suffer most when an economic system driven largely by men collapses. It’s a melancholy mob epic. Written by Emma Thompson, Last Christmas decks London in fairy lights and sprinkles it with glitter.
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Then it shifts into something far more complex.
In recent years, filmmaker James Gray has made beautiful movies set in 1920s New York (The Immigrant) and the depths of the Amazon rainforest (The Lost City of Z).
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Whatever the outcome of Guy Ritchie’s effort, it’s guaranteed to generate a Twitterstorm of opinions once the film finally drops. The concept for Brokeback Mountain director Ang Lee’s upcoming sci-fi action thriller — a hitman faces off against a clone of his younger self — first surfaced in the late 1990s.
It also sets the scene for the future of the Marvel series after the events of Endgame.
This is the first of several Dwayne Johnson movie appearances in 2019, but at least in this one he’s not the main event.
Distributor Paramount has described this Elton John movie as an “epic musical fantasy” focused on the early years of the singer-songwriter’s career. Finn’s bestselling debut novel about a reclusive New York City woman who watches as the lives of the family across the street unravel. Buzz Lightyear first appeared in Andy's toy collection in 1995.
The next smash Broadway musical to appear on the big screen (aside from The Lion King, which has made its way from film to stage and back to film again) is Andrew Lloyd Webber’s furry, early-’80s tale. By
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Directed by Craig Brewer, this movie is about ambition taking flight against all odds. Heading into a new year at the movies, there are a few things we can be sure about. Also features troll sex!