As witnessed in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, and the overlooked noir The Killer Inside Me, Casey Affleck knows how to command the screen. With Manchester by the Sea, he plays an emotionally withdrawn custodian, but even in the narrative’s most silent spaces it’s hard to [...]
Kate Beckinsale, who’s getting her share of Oscar buzz for her memorable work in Love & Friendship, gets back into world beating mode as Underworld heroine Selene. The latest installment, Underworld: Blood Wars, has Selene, along with her allies David (Divergent’s Theo James) and Thomas (Charles Dance), attempting to stop the bloody war between [...]
Hollywood Outbreak was invited last month to a Dishonored 2 hands-on event in Downtown Los Angeles. Media members were given ample time to experience the game at The Edison, one of the area’s most visually stunning bars (the venue’s steampunk vibe perfectly complements Dishonored 2’s aesthetic).
Although I’m relatively [...]
Aaron Paul, seen earlier this year in the military thriller Eye in the Sky, goes the mystery route with his latest effort Come and Find Me. The picture, directed and penned by Zack Whedon, centers on a Los Angeles based graphic designer named David (Paul) whose girlfriend (Annabelle Wallis) vanishes.
David’s exhaustive search to find [...]
Edgar Allan Poe once wrote about the idea of our lives being wrapped in a dream within a dream, and the new series Falling Water explores the intimate link between our dream world and waking life. Seen through the viewpoints of three seemingly unconnected people (David Ajala, Will Yun Lee, Lizzie Brocheré), the show’s narrative [...]
It’s another polarizing week on CinemAddicts, as Anderson Cowan and I have totally different opinions on filmmaker Paul Schrader’s (Auto Focus, Adam Resurrected) latest movie Dog Eat Dog. While I thought the story of three criminals (Nicolas Cage, Willem Dafoe, Christopher Matthew Cook) was another audacious outing from Schrader, Cowan had an entirely different reaction. [...]
Sure to be remembered come Oscar time, Loving is the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving (Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga), an interracial couple whose civil rights case Loving v. Virginia reached all the way up to the Supreme Court.
The picture, while showing the couple’s trials and tribulations in dealing with [...]
Mel Gibson, who was seen earlier this year in Blood Father, is once again behind the camera with the war drama Hacksaw Ridge. The picture, which is getting its share of Oscar buzz, centers on the true story of WWII Army medic Desmond T. Doss (Andrew Garfield). Doss, a pacifist who served during the Battle [...]
NBC is currently in negotiations to bring the classic comedy hit Will & Grace back to television. Just a few weeks ago, the cast reunited for a special episode which aired online to endorse Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Will & Grace ran for eight seasons (1998-2006), and the show continues to run on televisions all [...]
Academy Award winners Ron Howard and Tom Hanks have made many successful films together. Going back to 1984 with the comedy hit Splash, the pair have continued to work together over the years. Howard has also directed Hanks in Apollo 13, The Da Vinci Code, and Angels and Demons. Now you can add another film to the list with Inferno. the third film [...]