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The second trailer has arrived online for Knight of Cups, the latest film from acclaimed director Terrence Malick, which stars Cate Blanchett, Christian Bale and Natalie Portman. Watch it below after the official synopsis…
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Rick (Bale) is a slave to the Hollywood system. He is addicted to success but simultaneously despairs at the emptiness of his life. He is at home in a world of illusions but seeks real life. Like the tarot card of the title, Rick is easily bored and needs outside stimulation. But the Knight of Cups is also an artist, a romantic and an adventurer.
In Terrence Malick’s seventh film a gliding camera once again accompanies a tormented hero on his search for meaning. Once again a voiceover is laid over images which also seek their own authenticity. And once again Malick seems to put the world out of joint. »
- Amie Cranswick
Christian Bale is pondering the ever changing realities in Hollywood in the newly released trailer for his upcoming romantic drama, ‘Knight of Cups.’ The clip follows the Oscar-winning actor as he portrays Rick, a screenwriter who’s being pulled into the sexualized and hard-partying landscape of L.A. The video, which was released by the film’s distributor, Broad Green Pictures, also features the lead character’s introspective narration of his life, which is one of the signature styles of the drama’s writer-director, Terrence Malick. Besides Bale, Malick’s latest drama includes a supporting ensemble cast that features Natalie Portman, Cate Blanchett, Teresa Palmer, Wes Bentley, Joe Manganiello, Nick Offerman, Imogen Poots, Antonio Banderas, Joel [ Read More ]
- Karen Benardello
From Broad Green Pictures, watch the brand new trailer for Knight Of Cups .
The cast includes Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman, Brian Dennehy, Antonio Banderas, Freida Pinto, Wes Bentley, Isabel Lucas, Teresa Palmer, Imogen Poots, Armin Mueller-Stahl and the voice of Ben Kingsley.
Rick is a slave to the Hollywood system. He is addicted to success but simultaneously despairs at the emptiness of his life. He is at home in a world of illusions but seeks real life. Like the tarot card of the title, Rick is easily bored and needs outside stimulation. But the Knight of Cups is also an artist, a romantic and an adventurer.
In Terrence Malick’s seventh film a gliding camera once again accompanies a tormented hero on his search for meaning. »
- Michelle McCue
Writer Scott Snyder has created a name for himself in the comic book world with his Batman series and, lately, the ongoing horror comics, Wytches. Another series his fans adore is American Vampire, a genre bending reimagination of vampire folklore, mainly surrounding Skinner Sweet, a new breed of the species who leaves a mark in various stages of American history. In one of the earlier issues, he saves an aspiring actress Pearl Jones during the 1920s silent film era after she is attacked by Hollywood vampires. She becomes a vampire herself, which leads to a life of revenge.
Episode seven of American Horror Story focused its energy on The Countess (Lady Gaga) and her journey to what made her the woman she is today. The Countess, it turns out, was an extra during the 1920s in Hollywood, lusting after Rudolph Valentino (Finn Wittrock, returning as a different, yet much more »
- Jovy Skol
Spoiler warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen “American Horror Story: Hotel” episode seven, titled “Flicker.”
From ghosts to vampires, the Hotel Cortez holds countless horrors — that’s no secret. But in episode seven of “American Horror Story: Hotel,” we learn that something horrifying is being hidden behind the walls, and it has been kept a secret so well that not even the Countess (Lady Gaga) noticed.
Perhaps most importantly, though, we learn even more about the Countess’ backstory and, for the first time, see her pre-ancient blood virus. And, in a rare occasion, we see her genuinely, truly scared.
With Will Drake (Cheyenne Jackson) taking a heightened role at the hotel due to his relationship with the Countess, he leads some construction workers through renovations, and they’re surprised to find a brick wall. Will instructs them to tear it down, and it turns out to be »
- Alex Stedman
"I really like you. I hate to see it end." Well, that ending sure was a kick in the pants, was it not, American Horror Story: Hotel, fans? Just when John (Wes Bentley) believed he was being led to the 10 Commandments Killer by TV's creepiest child of the moment, Wren, she chose instead to throw herself in front of a truck. Still, this episode had some stunning reveals, and inched us closer to the Killer's identity. According to actually 30-something-year-old Wren, she has been helping a "Man"/"He" with The 10 Commandment Killings. So….Which male character could be The Killer? Let's break it down and rank all the male characters. 7. (Finn Wittrock): Not »
Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and/or own this week via various Digital HD providers such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical exclusives for rent, priced from $3-$10, in 24- or 48-hour periods The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (action-comedy; Henry Cavill, Armie Hammer, Alicia Vikander, Hugh Grant; rated PG-13) Meru (Himalayan big-wall-climbing documentary; Conrad Anker, Jimmy Chin; rated R) We Are Your Friends (drama; Zac Efron, Emily Ratajkowski, Wes Bentley; rated R) #Horror (horror; Chloë Sevigny, Natasha Lyonne, Balthazar Getty; premieres 11/20 on cable Mod and in theaters; not rated) Criminal Activities...
- Robert B. DeSalvo
At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered.
New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only
"Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation"
Are you ready to go "Rogue"? Tom Cruise's spy thriller, fifth in the M:i series, earned raves from just about everyone, and it's available on Digital HD on November 17. That's about a month before the Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand release -- with tons of special features -- on December 15.
Here's a behind-the-scenes clip from the special features -- available on iTunes Extras and Blu-ray Combo Pack -- with Tom Cruise explaining how he completed the underwater sequence from the film. He learned how to hold his breath for up to 6.5 minutes, which is crazy impressive.
Paul Rudd, always a charmer, has his Marvel superhero origin story out on Digital this week, »
- Gina Carbone
Middle East distributor Front Row Filmed Entertainment has secured 20 titles out of the American Film Market (Afm), which ended Wednesday.
The deals are led by the Nicolas Winding Refn-produced remake Maniac Cop directed by John Hyams and the Antonio Banderas lead thriller Faith from Wild Bunch. Both will be co-distributed with long-time associate Teleview International across the Middle East.
The Dubai-based firm, which acquires distribution rights for the Middle East and North Africa, has also closed a deal with Protagonist Pictures for The Discovery starring Nicholas Hoult and Rooney Mara; while from Hanway Films the titles include horror feature The Devil’s Candy, which debuted at Toronto, and Lone Sherfig comedy drama Their Finest Hour And A Half starring Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin and Bill Nighy.
From Embankment Films, Front Row has acquired the English-language remake of French »
- email@example.com (Michael Rosser)
What do you do when something you love goes off the deep end?
If that something is person, you support him to the best of your ability and try to get him the help he needs. A person who goes off the deep end is suffering, and you, as a human, should do your best to make that person better.
What about when that something is fiction? Is it okay to enjoy watching?
It’s really fun.
Ahs is one of a new kind of television show, like Fargo and True Detective, which tell a complete story each season but then start over from scratch, with a new cast, new characters, and a new premise. Unlike those other two shows, »
- Martha Thomases
There's been a lot of hype about the casting of Lady Gaga in American Horror Story: Hotel (the show's fifth season). Co-creator Ryan Murphy is so confident in her performance that he's offered her a role in season six. But, will the ratings live up to expectations? Could this season crash and burn so badly that the series is cancelled by FX? Seems unlikely but stay tuned.
American Horror Story: Hotel revolves around the mysterious Hotel Cortez in Los Angeles. It catches the eye of an intrepid homicide detective (Wes Bentley) and is host to the strange and bizarre. including its a bloodsucking fashionista owner (Gaga). The rest of the cast includes Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Denis O'Hare, Lily Rabe, Kathy Bates, Emma Roberts, Angela Bassett, Chloë Sevigny, Finn Wittrock, Mare Winningham, Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson, Naomi Campbell, and Max Greenfield.
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“Being in a sexual situation with the Countess, having to sign a nudity waiver about how it was going to go, that was the scariest [moment],” laughed Angela Bassett, whose character, Ramona, had a romantic relationship with Lady Gaga’s the Countess.
The cast of FX’s horror anthology spoke to reporters on the set of the show Wednesday, talking about their real-life fears and shooting this particular dark — and sexy — season of “American Horror Story.” And they all have different ways of dealing with all of that.
Bassett, for instance, said Gaga told her to feel at ease for their steamy scene, and they’re even able to joke about it now. In fact, Bassett revealed »
- Alex Stedman
Last season, Freakshow delighted fans by connecting the world of Elsa Mars to the fan favorite season of Asylum. With Pepper, American Horror Story finally created a Meta effect that wasn’t present in previous seasons, leaving viewers wondering if Ryan Murphy would entice them with some more connections. This episode of Hotel didn’t waste any time by introducing us to Bartholomew, son of The Countess (Lady Gaga) and the result of a failed abortion at the infamous Murder House from season one. What’s really interesting is the performing “doctor” is the original home owner of Murder House and his assistant is murdered by the undead fetus upon ejection. While largely unseen for most of the episode, Bartholomew is a menacing presence, both unpredictable and pretty scary as some sequences actually made me jump and a bit tense. While the show has been entertaining, it was nice to »
- Jovy Skol
I don’t know what we saw more of in this episode: man-ass or blood. What about man-ass covered in blood, like Wes Bentley’s very fine form as he stumbled around the Hotel Cortez covered in the gore of two Swedish girls? There was also Cheyenne Jackson’s pert bubble butt in bed with the Countess and Mr. Wu’s delicious, blood-slicked backside. This show is single-handedly trying to balance out the ratio of male-nudity-to-female-nudity on television after Game of Thrones so decidedly tipped the scale in one direction.Aside from his wonderfully gruesome naked body, there is nothing at all I find interesting about John Lowe. Not one single thing. If you took all of his parts out of this season, I think it would be absolutely perfect. Granted we’re only at the halfway mark of this season, but I just find his alcoholic-going-slowly-insane shtick to be fairly tedious, »
- Brian Moylan
Spoiler alert: Do not read on unless you’ve seen episode six of “American Horror Story: Hotel,” titled “Room 33.”
Ryan Murphy and Co. have said from the beginning that if any “American Horror Story” season resembles “Hotel,” it’s season one, “Murder House.” But episode six of “Hotel,” titled “Room 33,” made that connection much more literal by bringing the Countess (Lady Gaga) straight to the place that’s going to seem very familiar to “Ahs” fans.
The episode kicks off in 1926, with the Countess arriving at the infamous haunted home that housed the unsuspecting Harmon family in season one. Matt Ross returns as Dr. Montgomery, who the Countess turns to when she’s pregnant and wants to abort the baby. Dr. Montgomery does, but the baby comes out alive — and kills the nurse. Now, it all becomes clear: The Countess is the mother to one of “Murder House’s” terrors »
- Alex Stedman
FX has ordered the sixth installment of the groundbreaking and award-winning anthology limited series American Horror Story. It was announced today by John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks and FX Productions. The as-of-yet untitled sixth installment will air on FX in 2016 with the next chapter of the Emmy and Golden Globe winning franchise co-created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. John Landgraf had this to say.
"With the sixth installment coming next year, American Horror Story has unquestionably joined the ranks of television's landmark series. From Murder House to Hotel, Ahs has pioneered a new television form as well becoming FX's highest rated show, while also pushing every conceivable boundary of creative excellence and audacity. This is even more remarkable because Ryan and co-creator Brad Falchuk tear up the playbook every year, challenging the entire creative team to come up with something even more spectacular, frightful and entertaining. You could »
Hotel Cortez has been a popular destination for viewers tuning into American Horror Story: Hotel this fall, so it may come as no surprise that FX has renewed American Horror Story for a sixth season that will premiere next year:
Press Release (via TheHollywoodTimes): Los Angeles, November 10, 2015 – FX has ordered the sixth installment of the groundbreaking and award-winning anthology limited series American Horror Story, it was announced today by John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks and FX Productions. The as-of-yet untitled sixth installment will air on FX in 2016 with the next chapter of the Emmy® and Golden Globe® winning franchise co-created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.
“With the sixth installment coming next year,American Horror Story has unquestionably joined the ranks of television’s landmark series,” Landgraf said. “From Murder House to Hotel, Ahs has pioneered a new television form as well becoming FX’s highest rated show »
- Derek Anderson
FX will continue to tell its American Horror Story. The cable network has renewed Ryan Murphy’s anthology series for a sixth season. “With the sixth installment coming next year, American Horror Story has unquestionably joined the ranks of television’s landmark series,” John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks and FX Productions, said on Tuesday. “From Murder House to Hotel, Ahs has pioneered a new television form as well becoming FX’s highest rated show — while also pushing every conceivable boundary of creative excellence and audacity. This is even more remarkable because Ryan and co-creator Brad Falchuk tear up the playbook every year, challenging the entire creative team to come up with something even more spectacular, frightful and entertaining. You could not ask more of an artist, their team or a series and with every new installment they deliver.” The current season of American Horror Story, titled Hotel, stars Lady Gaga, »
- Chris King
FX has announced that the network has renewed anthology series “American Horror Story” for another season, debuting in 2016; no word yet on a theme or subtitle yet, nor who will return from the current season. “From ‘Murder House’ to ‘Hotel,’ ‘Ahs’ has pioneered a new television form as well as becoming FX’s highest-rated show — while also pushing every conceivable boundary of creative excellence and audacity,” FX Networks CEO John Landgraf says in the press announcement. In Live +3 ratings, FX’s measurement of choice, “Hotel” is averaging 6.9 million viewers (up 1 percent vs. last season's “Freak Show”). Of note this season, Angela Bassett returned, and was joined by newcomer Naomi Campbell. They are joined by star Lady Gaga, as well as series regulars Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, as well as Wes Bentley, Chloë Sevigny and Matt Bomer and Cheyenne Jackson. I'm sure some of these folks will be returning. »
- Tambay A. Obenson
“American Horror Story” has been renewed by FX for a sixth installment set to debut in 2016, Variety has learned. The upcoming round of the anthology series has yet to land a theme or title.
The renewal comes in the midst of “American Horror Story: Hotel,” the fifth installment of the award-winning phenomenon, which is currently airing Wednesday nights.
Through four weeks, “American Horror Story: Hotel” was averaging a 3.7 rating in adults 18-49 and 6.9 million viewers overall in Nielsen’s “live plus-3” estimates, up 7% in the demo and 1% above the scores of “Freak Show” one year ago. It wins its Wednesday timeslot in same-day demo ratings over the broadcast network dramas (“Nashville,” “Chicago Pd” and “Code Black”). The Oct. 7 premiere of “Hotel” was the second most-watched telecast in FX history, behind »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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