Heidi Klum may have stepped away from the “regular” version of America’s Got Talent last year, but she’s still part of the judging panel for the show’s internationally themed spin-off, America’s Got Talent: The Champions. Of course, one of the things that makes The Champions so appealing to Klum is its shorter, seven-episode season. But what she really loves about it is that she literally has no idea what she’s going to see and hear next! (Click on the media bar below to hear Heidi Klum)
America’s Got Talent: The Champions airs Mondays at 8/7c on NBC.
To fans of the G.I. Joe universe, Snake Eyes is a beloved character. Now, after figuring into the first two G.I. Joe movies, the character is getting its own spin-off film. The appropriately (if not obviously) named Snake Eyes features Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding in the title role, and he told us the best thing about the film is getting a chance to learn about the man behind the mask. (Click on the media bar below to hear Henry Golding)
As witnessed by Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark and The Gift, Katie Holmes doesn’t mind a scare or two, and in the trailer for Brahms: The Boy IIshe may have landed her creepiest picture to date.The narrative centers on a young family (Holmes is the matriarch) who movies into an estate’s guest house. The young son makes a new friend with a life like doll whom he says is named Brahms. Christopher Convery (Gotham), Owain Yeoman (The Belko Experience) and Ralph Ineson (The Witch) round out the cast.
One factor that could ensure a sequel’s creative success is continuity, and The Boy filmmaker William Brent Bell and scribe Stacey Menear are back from the latest go round. The Boy, released in 2016 and toplined by The Walking Dead’s Lauren Cohan, made over $74 million internationally (its budget was estimated at $10 million.
Holmes looks absolutely convincing and invested in the story, as the trailer is downright scary. Check out the trailer and tell us what you think!
Based on the Dark Horse comic book series, Resident Aliencenters on Harry (Alan Tudyk), an alien who crash lands on Earth and attempts to pass himself off as a small town doctor.
A veteran of his share of TV series (Firefly, Suburgatory, Powerless) and films (3:10 to Yuma, Tucker and Dale vs Evil), Tudyk is a master at being a chameleon. Thus playing an alien in human form should be as easy as pie for Tudyk.
Click on the media bar to hear Tudyk explain how the series slightly differs from the comic book series:
Co-starring Sara Tomko and Corey Reynolds, Resident Alien premieres this summer on SyFy. Are you a fan of Tudyk’s work and is Resident Alien on your radar? Feel free to comment below!
Director Guy Ritchie (Aladdin) returns to his adrenalized gangster based roots (Snatch, RockNRolla) with The Gentleman. The feature centers on Mickey (Matthew McConaughey), an American expat who heads a money making marijuana empire in London. When rumors surface that he may be selling off his business, a plethora of predators attempt to muscle in on his territory.
Colin Farrell, Hugh Grant, Michelle Dockery, Henry Golding, and Charlie Hunnam (who worked with Ritchie in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword) are just several of the A-list talent featured in the ensemble.
Click on the media bar to hear McConnaughey discuss who he was influenced by director Guy Richie’s “eye for detail” and style during the making of the film.
The Gentlemen, which is also penned and produced by Ritchie, hits theaters January 24.
Sam Mendes took a lot of risks in the way he shot 1917, but they’ve paid off with a Golden Globes win for Best Drama, and the film will certainly score several Oscar nominations next week as well. The biggest decision Mendes made was to shoot the film so that it appeared to be one long take in real time. Doing so required a lot of rehearsals and a lot of precision from the cast and crew, but they came together and made it look seamless. It meant putting in a lot of extra time and extra effort, but Mendes says he had a clear vision for the film, which required this particular style of shooting. (Click on the media bar below to hear Sam Mendes)
When you hear that NBC has a new series with Bone Collector in the title, odds are your mind will flash back to the 1999 Denzel Washington/Angelina Jolie film. And you wouldn’t be wrong. As one of the show’s stars, Arielle Kebbel, told us, Lincoln Rhyme: The Hunt for the Bone Collector is based on the same series of novels, with a few twists new to the series. (Click on the media bar below to hear Arielle Kebbel)
Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt of the Bone Collector airs Fridays at 8/7c on NBC.
With Underwater, Kristen Stewart dives into the horror/action genre for the first time, something she said she wanted to do to escape her comfort zone. Why did she choose this one in particular? When she was first approached about the film, she says she was struck by how different Underwater was from other scary movie on so many levels. (Click on the media bar below to hear Kristen Stewart)
On its surface, sure, Like A Boss might be an outrageous workplace comedy about women trying to make it in the business world. But two of its stars, Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne, say it goes much deeper than that. Yes, it’s funny, but they told us the most important thing about the movie is how it portrays the relationships between the women and how they help each other get through difficult situations together. (Click on the media bar below to hear Tiffany Haddish & Rose Byrne)