20th Century Fox has just released "Making History" - WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES and Weta Featurette. "Making History" highlights Andy Serkis' amazing performance in WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES and the incredible VFX work done by Weta Digital to bring this movie to life.Read More
Nathan Fillion (Castle, Firely) has had a long and varied career, in both film and television but what he loves doing most is lending his voice to characters on the big and small screens.
His latest voice work can be heard in Pixar’s Cars 3, where Fillion voices Sterling, a suave chief executive coupe who becomes the new sponsor of once-glorious racer Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson).Read More
Brazilian born actress Alice Braga stars in USA Network’s (Bravo in Canada) Queen of the South as Teresa Mendoza. This adaptation of Arturo Pérez-Reverte’s best-selling novel, La Reina Del Sur, follows Teresa’s journey as she learns the tools of the trade and positions herself as the leader of the very drug cartel that had her on the run.Read More
Australian actress Yvonne Strahovski is not one to shy away from tough roles, but playing Serena Joy in the TV series, The Handmaid's Tale is one of the hardest she's had to take on in her career.Read More
Available on Blu Ray today - xXx: Return of Xander Cage. After 15 years, Vin Diesel is back as the adrenaline junkie/secret agent in xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. X has been laying low after faking his death after 2002’s xXx. (Ice Cube starred in the 2005 sequel xXx: State of the Union.) Now he’s back, hunting down a group of fellow thrill-seekers to retrieve a dangerous device called Pandora’s Box.Read More
The Promise is a star-studded period drama set around the Armenian Genocide directed by Terry George. The film centres around Oscar Isaac, as an Armenian medical student; Christian Bale, as an American journalist; and Charlotte Le Bon, as the Armenian woman both men come to love, and is set against the Armenian Genocide in Turkey at the outset of World War I.Read More
Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival announced its full film line-up for the upcoming 24th edition, April 27–May 7, at a press conference this morning at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema in Toronto. From 2,906 film submissions, this year’s slate will present 230 titles from 58 countries in 13 screening programs, with work by female filmmakers representing close to 48 per cent of the official selection.Read More
When you get the opportunity to play an evil movie villain there's no thinking it over.
Elizabeth Banks jumped at the chance to be in the new Power Rangers movie playing Rita Repulsa, one of the most evil characters in the franchise!