Movie Review: WONDER WOMAN

WONDER WOMAN poster | ©2017 Warner Bros.

Rating: PG-13 Stars: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, Elena Anaya, David Thewlis, Said Taghmoui, Ewen Bremner, Eugene Brave Rock, Lucy Davis Writer: Allan Heinberg, story by Zack Snyder & Allan Heinberg and Jason Fuchs, based on the DC Comics character created by William Moulton Marsdon Director: Patty Jenkins Distributor: Warner Bros. Release Date: June 2, 2017 After all of the DC Comics/Warner Bros. big-screen darkness of the past decade or so, it is a pleasure to report that, while it is completely serious, WONDER WOMAN has a sense of joy that feels genuine and earned. […]Read On »

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Exclusive Photos from the WONDER WOMAN World Premiere in Hollywood

Gal Gadot at the World Premiere of WONDER WOMAN

Warner Bros. Pictures’ held the World Premiere of WONDER WOMAN May 25th at The Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. It was definitely a huge premiere. Hollywood Boulevard was closed from Vine Street to the theatre. Security was tight, because of the recent trouble in Manchester, England. Walking the blue carpet were the stars of the film, which included: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Connie Nielsen, Danny Huston, Elena Anaya, Ewen Bremner, Lucy Davis, Eugene Brave Rock, Samantha Jo, Jacqui-Lee Pryce, Brooke Once, Madeleine Vall Beijner, Ann Wolfe, Mayling Ng, Patty Jenkins (Director), Charles Roven (Producer), Jason Fuchs (Writer), Allan Heinberg […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: THE LOTTERY creator Timothy J. Sexton on fertile storytelling

THE LOTTERY poster - Season 1 | ©2014 Lifetime

In Lifetime’s new series THE LOTTERY, Sundays at 10 PM, human women have become infertile – the youngest children on Earth are six years old. However, a medical breakthrough has allowed a small number of embryos to be fertilized. The U.S. President, played by Martin Donovan, decides to hold a lottery to determine which women will be allowed to carry the potential new generation. LOTTERY creator/executive producer Timothy J. Sexton has, in broad terms, dealt with the prospect of human extinction before. He was one of the screenwriters (including the film’s director Alfonso Cuaron) for 2006’s CHILDREN OF MEN, based […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: MAGIC CITY creator Mitch Glazer talks Season 2

MAGIC CITY - Season 2 poster | ©2013 Starz

In MAGIC CITY, now in its second season on Starz Friday nights at 10 PM, things are more tense than ever for 1959-eraMiami hotel manager Ike Evans (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). He’s been to jail, he’s at odds with his not-so-silent partner Ben “the Butcher” Diamond (Danny Huston, who earned a Golden Globe nomination for his performance in first season), Ben’s boss Sy Berman (James Caan) has arrived on the scene, Ike’s wife (Olga Kurylenko) and sister-in-law (Kelly Lynch) are at odds and his sons are creating problems of their own. Additionally, the area is filling up with anti-Castro Cubans who […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: MAGIC CITY star Olga Kurylenko has the magic touch

Olga Kurylenko in MAGIC CITY - Season 1 | ©2012 Starz

In Starz’s new Friday night series MAGIC CITY, created by Mitch Glazer, Miami’s Miramar Hotel is where it’s all happening. Hotel manager Ike Evans, played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, has thought his job was a dream, but with the return of his silent partner, gangster Ben “the Butcher” Diamond (Danny Huston), it’s turning into a nightmare. Further complicating Ike’s life is his gorgeous new immigrant wife Vera, played by Olga Kurylenko. Kurylenko, who hails from the Ukraine, has been best known until now by U.S.audiences for her action roles in HITMAN and the most recent James Bond film QUANTUM OF […]Read On »

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Interview: MAGIC CITY’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan Mobs His Way Through Miami

Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Ike Evans in MAGIC CITY | (c) 2012 Starz

In Starz’s drama MAGIC CITY, which airs Fridays at 10 PM, the Miramar Hotel in 1959Miami is awash with both glamour and crime. In the series created by Mitch Glazer, celebrities visit, as do mobsters and Cubans fleeing revolutionaryHavana. Jeffrey Dean Morgan plays Ike Evans, the hotel manager who presides over this little kingdom, which – along with his new wife (Olga Kurylenko) and two sons (StevenStrait, Christian Cooke) – is everything to him. Ike built theMiramar with help from silent partner Ben “the Butcher” Diamond (Danny Huston). Unfortunately for Ike, Ben is now much less silent, leading to a […]Read On »

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Interview: WRATH OF THE TITANS composer Javier Navarrete fights for gods and men

WRATH OF THE TITANS soundtrack | ©2012 Water Tower Records

In WRATH OF THE TITANS, a menagerie of ancient beasts and angry gods are unleashed upon the world of men, all due to the declining prayers directed at Zeus and his brethren on Mount Olympus. However, Hollywood’s cinematic worship towards ancient Greece’s supreme being, let alone legendary deities in general, is more than boisterous given the current films inspired by the mythic clashes of old. Not only are these pictures a boon for today’s CGI effects wizards to indulge in their Ray Harryhausen-inspired love of stop-motion giant monsters, but they’re equally heaven-sent for composers to unleash the own musically epic […]Read On »

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Movie Review: WRATH OF THE TITANS

WRATH OF THE TITANS movie poster | ©2012 Warner Bros.

Rating: PG-13 Stars: Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Edgar Ramirez, Toby Kebbell, Rosamund Pike, Bill Nighy, Danny Huston, John Bell Writers: Dan Mazeau & David Leslie Johnson, story by Greg Berlanti & David Leslie Johnson & Dan Mazeau Director: Jonathan Liebesman Distributor: Warner Bros. Release Date: March 30, 2012 WRATH OF THE TITANS is actually more or less okay, but there are a number of elements that offer themselves up for nitpicking criticism at the outset. For one thing, while “titans” was being used figuratively to describe large and imposing beings and monsters in this movie’s forerunner, 2010’s CLASH […]Read On »

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