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Slowly but surely, the 25th James Bond film is starting to take shape. A couple weeks ago, Craig was rumored to be on his way back to the franchise. Soon after that, MGM and Eon announced an official release date for the new flick, and just yesterday, the New York Times made a report that all but confirmed that Daniel Craig would be returning to the role of James Bond.
Related: Daniel Craig's Return To Bond Is A 'Done Deal'
So what’s next for the film? The next big slot to fill is the director’s chair. Who would be the one to take this upcoming film to fruition? Most recently, there have been rumblings around Christopher Nolan as a potential helmer, but he’s all but said that he wouldn’t do a film that wouldn’t need him, and by all accounts, their re-hiring of Daniel Craig »
- Joseph Medina
“Dunkirk” is finally upon us after months of anticipation, and it’s clear the long wait has been worth it. IndieWire has named the WWII epic the best movie Christopher Nolan has ever made and a certain Oscar contender in the months ahead. As audiences nationwide get to discover why the film is such a monumental war epic, questions as to who exactly is in the cast are bound to come up.
Unlike Nolan’s recent star-driven efforts like “Inception” and “Interstellar,” “Dunkirk” features an eclectic mix of relative newcomers, Oscar winners and the director’s reliable collaborators. Getting a blend of known and unknown talent was crucial for Nolan, as including too many stars would’ve distracted from the urgent nature of the story. In following mostly fresh faces, Nolan is »
- Zack Sharf
Meet Tommy Akhtar (Riz Ahmed), cricket fan, devoted son to an ailing father and deadbeat private eye. He’s got an office above a cab firm, a taste for cigarettes and bourbon, and a finely tuned moral compass that he keeps hidden behind a sharp cynicism. When Tommy walks into his office one morning to find high-class prostitute Melody seeking his help, he’s launched into a story that plays as an utterly original modern noir. He’s drawn into a murder investigation and a dangerous criminal underworld where he will discover dark secrets from his own past
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Set in West London, »
- Stacey Yount
Are you overwhelmed by how much television is available right now? Is life getting in the way of keeping up with the shows you wanna try out? We feel your tube-related pain. Here’s a handy feature that’ll help you locate the hidden gems in this era of Peak TV.
Network | AMC
Number Of Episodes | Season 1 consists of eight episodes; Season 2 got underway Monday
Episode Length | 60 mins.
RelatedPeak TV Treasure: People of Earth
Premise | In an alternative version of present-day England, »
After a major last year with The Night Of, Rogue One, and Jason Bourne this year, Riz Ahmed also brought a few films to Tiff. One of them was City of Tiny Lights, which comes from Dredd‘s Pete Travis, and follows Ahmed as a London detective who gets entangled in a missing-girl case as a complex web of lies bubble up. With the film picked up for U.K. distribution this April, the first neon-soaked trailer has now arrived.
We said in our review, “Ahmed shines in the lead role: something this charismatic actor has deserved since the wonderfully funny Four Lions. He embodies the hard-edged street-wise detective well without erasing the sense of empathy his characters always possess. We see the struggle endured between those worlds and know how Shelley’s leaving widened the void in his soul that Stuart’s death tore open. People like him from Mrs. »
- Jordan Raup
5 items from 2017
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