A laid-back, quirky comedic actor, East Coast-born Matty Cardarople grew up entertaining friends and family in Exeter, New Hampshire. After settling in Los Angeles, he studied acting at The Beverly Hills Playhouse and has been studying with Lesly Kahn & Co. for several years. Discovered by actor Owen Wilson, Cardarople has appeared in several films, TV shows, including Netflix original series A Series of Unfortunate Events (streaming now), Drillbit Taylor, Dumb & Dumber To, The Big Sick, recent TV series Selfie and Jurassic World. I caught up with Matty to ask him about his Netflix show and to talk about The Big Sick, which was just bought by Amazon for $12 million at Sundance.
Tell me about Orlando and how he fits into the A Series of Unfortunate Events show?
Orlando is also known as Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender. He is a henchman to Count Olaf. »
- Tai Freligh
The Academy Awards are less than a week away. Just in time for the ceremony, Screen Junkies has released its Honest Trailer for the nine Best Picture nominees, explaining why they “Really got nominated.”
“It’s that time of the year when L.A.’s pretty narcissists use their awards to take shots at DC’s ugly narcissists,” begins the trailer. “As these nine films compete for Hollywood’s highest honor…because back when it was only five, the Academy couldn’t trick you into rooting for something you actually saw.”
After poking fun at the narrative for eight of the nine nominees, the trailer takes on the most nominated of all, “La La Land,” which earned 14 nods, tying a record previously set by “All About Eve” and “Titanic” “Best Costume Design? What »
- Yoselin Acevedo
Cool Stuff is your geekarific holiday shopping guide published all year round. In today’s edition, we take a look a look at Cuyler Smith‘s “Trading Cards 2” cards, Hasbro’s Star Wars Darth Vader black series centerpiece diorama, Batman vs Harley Quinn Battle Statue from DC Collectibles, Funko Pop takes on HBO’s Westworld, a beautiful three giclee […]
- Peter Sciretta
Fans of the 1987 film The Princess Bride (us included) are always excited to reminisce about the romantic fantasy classic. The movie is memorable for so many reasons (like Robin Wright's breathtaking beauty, Elwes's breathtaking beauty, Andre the Giant, and R.O.U.S.s), but it may be most famous for its quotable lines. The movie is available on Netflix, and in celebration, we've rounded up the best quotes, which, incidentally, you can still use in your everyday life. Related:Bet You Forgot These Actors Were Also in The Princess BrideCary Elwes Reveals a Behind-the-Scenes Look at The Princess BrideAll of the Romantic Comedies That Are Coming Out This Year »
- Shannon Vestal Robson
Queen Of Spain review
Told primarily in its native tongue, but with some English, mostly coming from the American actors in the picture, Trueba’s film is set in 1950s Spain where returning actress Macarena Granada (Cruz) is welcomed home to shoot a Hollywood-financed historical production. We’re introduced to the actress and via reels of archived footage from the day, some real, some enhanced with Cruz’s likeness skillfully inserted. We’re painted an instant picture of Granada’s life up-to-now, both private and professional before quickly shifting to the then present-day and the character of Blas Fontiveros (Antonio Resines), who has also returned home after a long period of time missing. »
- Paul Heath
The film will explore the wrestler’s upbringing in France as André René Roussimoff, his wrestling career, and his forays into Hollywood. Diagnosed in his 20s with acromegaly — gigantism — Roussimoff became one of the most celebrated professional wrestlers of his era and starred in the 1987 Rob Reiner movie “The Princess Bride.”
“For more than 20 years, Andre the Giant’s larger than life personality and unique charisma captured the imagination of fans around the world,” said WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon. “I will always value our friendship, and am proud to tell the story of the ‘Eighth Wonder of the World’.”
Titled “Andre the Giant,” the documentary is also Simmons’ first project at HBO since his talk show “Any Given Wednesday” was canceled in November. Simmons signed a deal in 2015 to host the »
- Daniel Holloway
Staying home this Valentine's Day, and looking for some good movie recommendations? FandangoNOW surveyed movie fans on the top 10 movies to watch this Valentine's Day, and once the list was set we asked our friends at Vivino, the world's largest wine community, to help pair a wine to each movie. The results are, in a word, intoxicating... and the movies are pretty awesome, too. In what may be a surprising and inspiring choice to top the list, 1987's The Princess Bride was...
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The Space Between Us, Rings, and the Flashback Film Fest top Tanner's What to Watch weekend previewThe Space Between Us, Rings, and the Flashback Film Fest top Tanner's What to Watch weekend previewTanner Zipchen2/3/2017 12:17:00 Pm
This weekend in theatres we have The Space Between Us, Rings, and the Flashback Film Fest is back with an incredible lineup of classics returning on the big screen!
The Space Between Us stars Asa Butterfield as the first and only child born on Mars, whose only interaction with Earth life is through a webcam. Upon finally travelling to Earth, he is determined to find both his father and the girl he knew through his computer. However, his Martian body can’t handle Earth’s gravity, so he literally risks his life to have a normal teenage Earth experience.
Rings is the next installment of The Ring franchise. Thirteen years after the horrid events from the original series, »
- Tanner Zipchen
Your favourite movies are back on the big screen with our Flashback Film Fest!Your favourite movies are back on the big screen with our Flashback Film Fest!Scott Goodyer2/2/2017 10:01:00 Am
It's time to flashback to your favourites! The Flashback Film Fest is back! Once a year, Cineplex brings beloved modern classics back to the big screen.
We've got an incredible lineup this year of classics coming back to the big screen like The Princess Bride, Jurassic Park, Trainspotting, Blade Runner and much more! The festival runs across Canada at select Cineplex theatres from Feb 3rd-9th!
Our very own Tanner Zipchen and film critic Richard Crouse sat down and talked about how excited they are for this cross-Canada festival. Watch the video below and for more information including the full festival lineup and tickets - click here!
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- Scott Goodyer
Fifty Shades Darker, Get Out, John Wick: Chapter 2 and all of the movies you must watch in FebruaryFifty Shades Darker, Get Out, John Wick: Chapter 2 and all of the movies you must watch in FebruaryAdriana Floridia2/2/2017 9:39:00 Am
We're into the dead cold of winter, and there's no better place to escape than at a Cineplex theatre.
Luckily, there's tons of great new films to watch in theatres this month. It's a wide variety too, from erotic romances just in time for Valentine's day, action thrillers if that's more your style, and even satirical horror films. What a time to be alive!
We also are still catching up with Oscar contenders, which will be a big part of our watch list leading up to the big ceremony on February 26th. If you're feeling a bit nostalgic, you can also check out our Flashback Film Festival that has »
- Adriana Floridia
Classics like The Princess Bride, Titanic, and Wayne’s World in our February Events Guide!Classics like The Princess Bride, Titanic, and Wayne’s World in our February Events Guide!Jenny Bullough1/31/2017 10:02:00 Am
Ugh, February. The holidays are long over, winter’s charm has faded into dirty snow, and spring can’t come soon enough. Which makes it the perfect time of year to be comforted by some of your favourite, classic movies! What, you didn’t think Cineplex was just the place to go for new movies, did you? In case you didn’t already know, through our Event Cinema programming, every month you can see classic films back on the big screen as well as live theatre presentations, Broadway musicals, and more! Here are a few choice highlights from our February Events Calendar:
Feb 2: Amadeus – National Theatre Live
In Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, »
- Jenny Bullough
Spoiler alert: Do not read unless you have seen “Homeland’s” Jan. 29 episode, “The Covenant.”
Carrie learns a hard lesson and finagles her way out of a jam as only she can. Saul bares down on a bad guy with fast-talking intensity, furrowed brow and formidable beard. And Quinn gets a good chunk of his groove back in the third episode of “Homeland’s” sixth season, “The Covenant.”
The episode written by Ron Nyswaner and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter finds our characters doing what they do best, albeit in a slightly different context than in past seasons. This episode felt like a table-setting for more dramatic developments to come. But it is always a pleasure to watch these great actors — Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin and Rupert Friend — bring to life telling moments big and small that add to depth to their characters.
Meanwhile, the episode also lays the track for renewed suspicion of F. Murray Abraham’s »
- Cynthia Littleton
Ryan Gosling is on his way to winning big at the 89th Annual Academy Awards!
The 36-year-old actor was nominated for an Oscar for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role for La La Land on Tuesday, gushing over the prestigious accomplishment in a statement obtained by Et.
"I'm very grateful to the Academy for recognizing my work in La La Land," Gosling, who stars opposite Emma Stone in the Damien Chazelle-directed musical, explained. "It was a true collaboration, so to see everyone else's wonderful work on the film acknowledged so generously makes it even more special."
This is his second nomination in this category. In 2007, he was nominated for his role in Half Nelson, where he portrayed a drug-addicted junior high school teacher in the inner city. He lost the accolade to Forest Whitaker, who won for »
Start stockpiling popcorn and reserve a spot on your couch for a full day, because the F This Movie! podcast (hosted by Daily Dead’s Patrick Bromley) has announced the lineup for their sixth F This Movie Fest, and it’s going to pack quite the genre punch.
The communal viewing experience kicks off at noon, and fans from around the world can interact with each other from the comfort of their own homes by tweeting comments accompanied by #fthismoviefest.
You can read the full details below, and be sure to visit F This Movie! online for more information on this event as well as insightful cinematic discussions.
From F This Movie!: “The world’s only all-Twitter film festival returns!
You knew it was coming, »
- Derek Anderson
The Glasgow Film Festival has announced the full line-up for the 13th edition of the festival, which runs between March 15th and March 19th.
This year’s programme includes 9 world and international premieres, 65 UK premieres and 67 Scottish premieres, including the likes of John Butler’s Irish coming-of-age charmer Handsome Devil and Mad To Be Normal starring David Tennant as infamous Scottish psychiatrist R.D. Laing.
UK Premieres include Raoul Peck’s I Am Not Your Negro, Terrence Malick’s Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey, Cate Shortland’s Berlin Syndro, while the festival also features the first Scottish screenings for films such as Paul Verhoeven’s Golden Globe-winning Elle, Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire; Lone Scherfig’s Their Finest, Olivier Assayas’s Personal Shopper, and Hope Dickson Leach’s The Levelling.
See Also: Horror Channel FrightFest announces 2017 Glasgow Film Festival line-up
“I am thrilled that the 2017 festival is bringing so many UK premieres to Glasgow audiences, »
- Gary Collinson
The full programme for the 2017 Glasgow Film Festival (Feb 15-26) has been revealed.
The festival will host 65 UK premieres, 67 Scottish premieres and nine world and international premieres.
Other highlights include UK Premieres of Raoul Peck’s I Am Not Your Negro, Terrence Malick’s Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey [pictured], Cate Shortland’s Berlin Syndrome and Aki Kaurismäki’s The Other Side of Hope.
Inspiring generations with their uncanny abilities to bring us closer to the great wonders (and horrors) of this universe, Guillermo del Toro and H.P. Lovecraft are among the group of creators and works being inducted this year into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a new exhibit at the Museum of Pop Culture.
Press Release: Seattle – The Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) announced a new exhibition commemorating the 20th anniversary Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame and named the new inductees for 2016. The Hall of Fame honors the lives, work, and ongoing legacies of science fiction and fantasy’s greatest creators, and as the program marks its 20th year, it has expanded eligibility to recognize the genre’s most impactful creations. For the 2016 year, the Hall of Fame will induct Star Trek, Blade Runner, and authors Terry Pratchett and Douglas Adams. »
- Derek Anderson
ScreenJunkies is continuing their Fan Appreciation Month with the next installment of Honest Trailers as voted on by their viewers. Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure was the first one to get the Honest Trailer treatment this monthafter coming in at #5, and now we have the movie that landed the #4 spot. The Princess Bride […]
- Ethan Anderton
Honest Trailers’ whole thing is taking the piss out of movies, so it’s a testament to the power of Rob Reiner’s The Princess Bride that the Screen Junkies guys can’t find too much to complain about when breaking down the film. Sure, the sets are crappy, the music is cheesy, and the action isn’t actually that exciting, but even the snarkiest of YouTube series isn’t immune to the film’s charms. In fact, the voice-over starts by describing The Princess Bride as “a satire of all those sappy, swashbuckling medieval love stories that happens to be the best sappy, swashbuckling medieval love story ever made.”
Still the video gets in some solid jabs about The Princess Bride’s “really, really polite action,” its obsession with catchphrases, and the somewhat questionable development of its central romance. But maybe the best gag is the one that demonstrates »
- Caroline Siede
Ok, if you're an 80s baby you probably love The Princess Bride. Just like me. And if you have kids, you've probably passed this love down to them, keeping that love going and growing. It's true, The Princess Bride- similar to The Wizard of Oz- had a forgettable theatrical run but ended up becoming a beloved film for generations to come.
There are very few people out there who've seen The Princess Bride who can't quote the hell out of it or share with you what a soft spot they have in their hearts for it. That's what makes this news so troubling (not really):
The Princess Bride has gotten...An Honest Trailer!
Yes, you know the ones. The trailers that mock and rip apart movies by revealing plot holes, absurd ideas, and generally taking the piss out of things.
So here it is, courtesy of Screen Junkies, »
- Mario-Francisco Robles
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