Today is the day!!! Incredibles 2 hits theatres and is already breaking records becoming the biggest animated film opening EVER beating Finding Dory!!!! It’s rumored to open with $170M. I was fortunate enough to attend the press junket and came away with some humorous and juicy details from the cast and director Brad Bird (who also voices the fantabulous Edna Mode). Here are some excerpts from that event… Question: Not a second goes by between Incredibles and Incredibles 2. What was behind the decision to pick it up right away instead of having like an older Violet, an older Dash, an older Jack-Jack. BRAD BIRD: I just thought it was…
Remember those kids from the neighborhood? You know the ones that you spent every waking day with over the weekends bike riding all over the city or grabbing a showing of the latest hot flick with or the ones you cried with when that one boy you were completely in love with had his arm around someone else? Of course you do. So, imagine taking one of those games you loved as a kid to a whole new level for more than 30 years? Well, that’s exactly what Shawn, Chris, Brian. and Mike from Spokane, Washington did and it garnered enough national attention to be made into a feature…
Kicking off the countdown to “Incredibles 2” opening day, 25 content creators will dust off their super suits and join filmmakers and fans to celebrate INCREDIBLES DAY.
This 45 minutes documentary narrated by Kristen Bell gets down to the nitty-gritty of what it takes for this adorable creature to survive in its natural habitat after being nurtured and taken care of by Chinese scientist Rong Hou and "the bear whisperer" himself...wildlife biologist Ben Kilham.
Say what you want about Joaquin Phoenix, but the boy can act his buns off. In the new psychological thriller You Were Never Really Here, Phoenix is a former soldier turned FBI agent, no nonsense hitman-on-a-mission who now devotes his time rescuing kidnapped young women from a sex traffickers.
Yup! That’s right. I’m Black Irish! My Grandmother was a ‘Gregory’!!! So, in addition to sniffing some Corn beef Cabbage (I don’t eat beef), grabbing a green donut or some beer…I may set down and grab a look at some of my favorite Irish flicks. Happy St. Paddy’s Day and I hope you have a safe and enjoyable one. Here’s some of those flicks I was talking about… BROOKLYN Starring Saorsie Ronan, Brooklyn is a coming of age story about a young Irish girl who has to choose which she loves more…her country or the love of her life. THE COMMITMENTS ln 2016 – The Commitments Turned 25: Irelands…
In this delightful version, the house next door to the bunny nook is taken over by the inhabitant's nephew leaving the Peter and his family to believe that the torture may end with this new generation. No such luck! Not only is the new owner not a bunny lover, but threatens to ruin Peter's relationship with Bea, which goes deeper than either one of them realize.
Jane Fonda is a tough cookie. Icon. Movie Star. Wife. Mother. Activist. Half rose-petal. Half thorn. The rose petal is very girly and flirty when recalling the men in her life and how each one of them had a role in shaping the Jane Fonda we know and admire today. The thorn has never been one to shy away from a challenge in her personal or professional life and shows no signs of slowing down now
KCET is blasting off 2018 with some timeless classics this month
The Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society has announced the winners of their Inaugural LAOFCS Awards. Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water takes home Best Picture as well as Best Actress, Best Male Director, and Best Score. Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird wins Best Independent Film, Best Female Director, and Best Performance by an Actor or Actress 23 and Under.