Ridley Scott Drama ‘All The Money In The World’ Hits Blu-Ray In April

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All The Money In The World, director Ridley Scott’s film that centers on the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer) hits Blu-ray and DVD April 10 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Michelle Williams co-stars as the teenager’s mother Gail with Mark Wahlberg playing John Paul Getty’s (Christopher Plummer) advisor.

Scott, one of cinema’s most ambitious filmmakers, replaced Kevin Spacey with Plummer after his first cut was finished. The director managed to reshoot Spacey’s scenes with Plummer and stay on course with the release date.

The movie contains eight deleted scenes, and three featurettes (“Ridley Scott: Crafting a Historical Thriller,” “Hostages to Fortune: The Cast,” and “Recast, Reshot, Reclaimed”).




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Alicia Vikander Takes On “Bad Ass Being” Role With Tomb Raider

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It was the director Alex Garland’s taught sci-fi thriller Ex Machina which turned Alicia Vikander’s career around, and in the ensuing years she received an Oscar nod for her work in The Danish Girl and starred in the underrated drama The Light Between Oceans.

Tomb Raider is yet another big challenge for Vikander, since she not only takes on the shoes filled by original franchise star Angela Jolie, but she also has the responsibility of doing justice to adventurer Lara Croft. Millions of gamers and cinephiles are waiting to see if Vikander has the right stuff to pull off the role. One of the many great news is the film is directed by Roar Uthaug, the Norwegian filmmaker who received heaps of praise for his excellent and refreshingly character 2015 disaster feature The Wave.

Click on the media bar to hear Vikander talk about the joys of playing the “bad ass” being known as Lara Croft:


Co-starring Walton Goggins, Tomb Raider opens nationwide March 16.


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Elisabeth Shue: Bruce Willis Gives A Killer Performance In ‘Death Wish’

dw_02742_r_crop_rgbIn the new remake of 1974’s Death Wish, Elisabeth Shue plays a vital role: Her death becomes the trigger for her husband — played by Bruce Willis — to turn into a vigilante out for justice at any cost. While the film is understandably dark and violent, Shue thinks the gripping performance turned in by Willis will have you cheering for him until the end. (Click on the media bar below to hear Elisabeth Shue)

Death Wish is now playing in theaters.

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Adam Levine: ‘The Voice’ Is About Coaching, Not Judging

NUP_180362_0424.jpgHaving been on The Voice since the very beginning, Adam Levine knows how much work goes into doing the job, and it’s not easy. Levine says he and his fellow Voice coaches have a much more difficult task than judges on other competitions, but that working so closely with their contestants is also much more rewarding. (Click on the media bar below to hear Adam Levine)

The new season of The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday nights at 8/7c on NBC.

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Why ‘Black Panther’ Feels So Special To Sterling K. Brown

Black Panther is making Hollywood history in many ways. Of course, the film broke all kinds of box office records when it opened. But, more significantly, it’s taking a genre that has traditionally lacked diversity and showing that superheroes can come in any color. Sterling K. Brown of This Is Us, who is also featured in Black Panther, gives us his personal take on why it’s such a significant film. (Click on the media bar below to hear Sterling K. Brown)

After dominating the box office for the last two weekends, Black Panther is still playing in theaters everywhere.

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