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Woody Allen’s “Wonder Wheel” to close the 2017 New York Film Festival

31 July 2017 7:53 AM, PDT | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

Last week, rumors were swirling around that the last piece of the major New York Film Festival gala puzzle had been filled, namely that Woody Allen’s new project Wonder Wheel was going to be the Closing Night selection. Well, a few days later, that was confirmed, so the big three titles at Nyff are now set. Allen’s Wonder Wheel joins Opening Night selection Last Flag Flying from Richard Linklater and Centerpiece selection Wonderstruck from Todd Haynes to lead the way. We’ll have a full Nyff slate soon enough, but for the moment, the focus will be on Allen, his film, its Oscar possibilities, and the Closing Night selection historically. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, in terms of this particular festival, getting to be the closer is traditionally a pretty big deal for a flick. Nyff just seems to usually end on a bang. »

- Joey Magidson

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Trailer Watch: Tig Notaro’s “One Mississippi” Returns For Second Season

26 July 2017 12:00 PM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

One Mississippi

The last time we saw Tig Notaro’s “One Mississippi” alter-ego, she was still oscillating between life crises and a new lease of life “down on the bayou.” The comedian’s semi-autobiographical dark comedy — the first season of which saw Tig make a soul-searching return to her hometown for a painfully hilarious family reunion (of sorts) — is set to return to Amazon Prime on September 8.

Vulture reports that the show’s second season will see Notaro “facing a new batch of misfortunes and cantankerous locals.” We get to meet one of those “cantankerous locals” in the newly released trailer, which sees Tig getting into an argument with a homophobic receptionist who tries to have her thrown out of the local hospital. Also glimpsed making a return to the series is Notaro’s real-life wife Stephanie Allynne in the role of radio-station sound engineer, and potential love interest Kate.

Notaro co-created “One Mississippi” with Diablo Cody (“Young Adult,” “Juno”), and the first season saw a couple of women directors take the helm, with Nicole Holofcener (“Enough Said,” “Please Give”) and Shira Piven (“Welcome to Me,” “Fully Loaded”) directing four out of the six half-hour episodes between them. The show also has a female showrunner in Kate Robin (“Six Feet Under”), and both Robin and Allynne were numbered among the six women writers credited on the first season.

Notaro — who was thrust into the mainstream spotlight after her post-cancer-diagnosis stand-up performance went viral — has spoken to Deadline about her collaboration with Robin and the emotional experience of penning the show. “It’s like a big therapy session, our writer’s room,” the comedian said. “I mean, every day somebody is crying or sharing something they never told anyone.”

Check out the trailer for Season 2 of “One Mississippi” below.

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Trailer Watch: Tig Notaro’s “One Mississippi” Returns For Second Season was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Alice Thorpe

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Q&A: Director Matt Eskandari on Creating a Claustrophobic Atmosphere for the Swimming Pool Thriller 12 Feet Deep

11 July 2017 11:23 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Whether you're afraid of the water or not, finding yourself trapped beneath a pool cover might fall into your "worst nightmare" category, and that's exactly what two sisters face in 12 Feet Deep, the new thriller from Matt Eskandari. With the swimming pool-set film out now from MarVista Entertainment, we caught up with director and co-writer Matt Eskandari for our latest Q&A feature to discuss working with Tobin Bell (Jigsaw from the Saw movies), the challenges of filming underwater, and much more.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Matt. How and when did you and Michael Hultquist first come up with the idea for 12 Feet Deep?

Matt Eskandari: I'm still ashamed to admit it, but even as a grown man, I still cannot swim. I have extreme anxiety around large public pools. The smell of chlorine and the loud reverberated sounds inside get me on edge. »

- Derek Anderson

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“Wonderstruck” from Todd Haynes is the Centerpiece of the 2017 New York Film Festival

6 July 2017 10:22 AM, PDT | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

Earlier today, the New York Film Festival teased us all with another announcement in regard to their 2017 slate. This follows on the heels a few weeks ago of picking Richard Linklater’s new movie Last Flag Flying as the Opening Night selection. The Centerpiece has now been selected by the powers that be, and it’s none other than Wonderstruck, the new film from Todd Haynes. I’ll confess, like I did last year, to this not being one I had pegged for Nyff, or at least not one of the main galas, but this certainly makes it a contender to pay more attention to. It was on my radar as a Oscar player before, but it’s definitely going to be getting some extra consideration from me now. For those wondering more about this flick, here’s just a taste. The film tells the story of a young boy »

- Joey Magidson

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CAA Signs ‘The Knick’ Alum Eve Hewson (Exclusive)

29 June 2017 4:54 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CAA has signed The Knick alum Eve Hewson, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. She previously was with UTA.

The Irish actress and daughter of Bono played Lucy Elkins in Steven Soderbergh’s period medical drama for Cinemax. She will next appear opposite Charlie Hunnam in a remake of the 1973 prison escape drama Papillon and star as Maid Marian opposite Taron Egerton in Lionsgate’s Robin Hood: Origins.

Hewson’s previous credits include Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies, Nicole Holofcener’s Enough Said and Paolo Sorrentino’s This Must Be the Place.

She continues to be managed by Cynthia Pett at Brillstein.

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- Rebecca Sun

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CAA Signs ‘The Knick’ Alum Eve Hewson (Exclusive)

29 June 2017 4:54 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

CAA has signed The Knick alum Eve Hewson, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. She previously was with UTA.

The Irish actress and daughter of Bono played Lucy Elkins in Steven Soderbergh’s period medical drama for Cinemax. She will next appear opposite Charlie Hunnam in a remake of the 1973 prison escape drama Papillon and star as Maid Marian opposite Taron Egerton in Lionsgate’s Robin Hood: Origins.

Hewson’s previous credits include Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies, Nicole Holofcener’s Enough Said and Paolo Sorrentino’s This Must Be the Place.

She continues to be managed by Cynthia Pett at Brillstein.

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- Rebecca Sun

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New DVD Releases: When To Buy The Latest Movies In July 2017

28 June 2017 7:04 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

The Fate of the Furious. Enough said. »

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Quiz: From Baby Driver to The Italian Job, how well do you know these movies with awesome car chases?

26 June 2017 8:03 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Quiz: From Baby Driver to The Italian Job, how well do you know these movies with awesome car chases?Quiz: From Baby Driver to The Italian Job, how well do you know these movies with awesome car chases?Zachary Dent6/26/2017 10:03:00 Am

Car Chases in Movies

Test your knowledge on these movies with awesome car chases!

One of the most buzzed-about movies of the year so far, Baby Driver, opens June 28th! This film is from Edgar Wright, the writer/director of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead. Enough said, right?

It's about a young getaway driver (Ansel Elgort), who after being coerced into working for a crime boss, finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail. This cast is rounded out by Kevin SpaceyJon Hamm, Jamie Foxx, Lily James, and Jon Bernthal. This one's been buzzed about since the »

- Zachary Dent

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25 Father’s Day Books That Cover All of Dad’s Interests

15 June 2017 2:12 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

This article originally appeared on Real Simple.

What do you get for the father who has everything? He already has every power tool on the market, season tickets to see his favorite teams, and enough cool techy toys to last him a lifetime. Although he might not fancy himself a big reader, there’s nothing more thoughtful, or personal, than a book picked just for him.

The great thing about giving books as gifts is that even the father who thinks he’s learned it all can still explore a new world, learn more about his favorite hobby, or be »

- Real Simple Staff

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Laff 2017 Women Directors: Meet Whitney Cummings — “The Female Brain”

14 June 2017 7:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

The Female Brain

Whitney Cummings is a Los Angeles-based comedian, actor, writer, producer, and director. Best known for creating and starring in the NBC series “Whitney,” she also co-created and co-wrote the Emmy-nominated CBS comedy series “2 Broke Girls,” along with Michael Patrick King. Her acting credits include “Unforgettable,” “The Wedding Ringer,” “Made of Honor,” and “The Ridiculous Six.”

The Female Brain” will premiere at the 2017 La Film Festival on June 17.

W&H: Describe the film for us in your own words.

Wc: The film is a neurology comedy — not that I even have any idea what that means! We made a movie that depicted how our reptilian/primal brain undermines our modern day relationships. When conflict happens in scenes, brains are superimposed over the actors to show which neuro-chemicals are being released. The only way I know how to describe it is that it’s like a sexy, funny “Magic School Bus.”

W&H: What drew you to this story?

Wc: I read Louann Brizendine’s book “The Female Brain.” I was fascinated by all the things I learned about not only female brains, but the brain in general. I was shocked that they don’t teach us about our brains in school. It’s so unfair that we go through life being labeled as “crazy” or feeling like jerks when a lot of our behavior can be explained by our primal brain reactions.

I was so relieved to find out that a lot of my nutty behavior, and the behavior that frustrated me about the men I was in relationships with, could often be explained by primordial neuro-chemicals. It led me into a wormhole of trying to learn about the difference between nature and nurture, and to have more patience for people in times of stress given I now know how powerful cortisol and adrenaline can be.

Similarly, I have more patience and even compassion when people do selfish things given how strong the pull of dopamine is. I felt the need to be an evangelist and spread the word of the neurological gospel, but of course needed to do it in a funny way, so I or the viewer wasn’t bored out of their minds.

W&H: What do you want people to think about when they are leaving the theater?

Wc: I want them to have the same sense of relief I had when I read the book, and the same feeling you get after leaving a comedy show. Nothing makes me feel less alone than when someone admits to something and you think “I thought I was the only person who did that!”

The idea of the movie is to reveal private moments we’ve all had but maybe are too embarrassed to talk about, or too ashamed to be honest about. I hope that moving forward, when someone in a relationship gets jealous or hurt, they can maybe use the science to feel less guilt or shame and to calm themselves down, i.e. “that wasn’t personal. This is just adrenaline. My primordial brain thinks I’m in danger but I’m really not.”

Our brains have not evolved fast enough to catch up to modern technology and to how safe our current environment is. Often, our instinct to snap into fight or flight mode is obsolete and just makes a mess of harmless situations that can easily be explained by neurology.

I hope everyone leaves the theater with an interest in how our brains work, and maybe just a bit more patience for themselves and for others. After this movie I hope people leave with a new vocabulary for how to talk about their behavior and feelings.

W&H: What was the biggest challenge in making the film?

Wc: Making an independent film is so hard and requires so much surrender. I think that was the hardest thing for me — to detach from the plan I had in my head and to allow for the curve balls to change the movie into what it was meant to be.

I got great advice from a friend who is a director who said, “you have three movies: the one you write, the one you shoot, and the one people see,” and that really helped me. Casting, location changes, weather, and technology fiascoes — these forces all get involved and fate starts directing the movie at a certain point.

Letting go and accepting that not everything was going to be the way I had it in my head was very challenging. Also as a comedian, I tend to want everything to be funny all the time, but this movie, whether it was because of the incredible cast or the subject matter, wanted to be more emotional than I anticipated so I had to surrender to that as well. I’m proud that it has so much heart but I didn’t quite envision it that way initially.

W&H: How did you get your film funded? Share some insights into how you got the film made.

Wc: Making an independent film is a Rubik’s Cube of complications and weird math equations that I’ll never quite understand, and it had a bizarre road but finally it landed with Erika Olde at Black Bicycle Entertainment, an incredible woman who is supporting female-driven films.

She’s brave and fearless and a champion of risk and all things fresh and new. I was lucky enough to have her support and patience. She responded to the script and trusted me for some reason, so we jumped off this cliff together and managed to pull it off, but not without a couple premature gray hairs.

W&H: What does it mean for you to have your film play at the Laff?

Wc: I’m honored to be able to screen the movie for the first time in La. It’s where we shot the movie, it’s where I learned about movies, it’s where our film business is. I’m glad that other parts of the country get to film movies these days, with so much shooting in Georgia and New Mexico, because it’s great for their economies and the overall health of the business.

However, there was something special about shooting in La — being able to sleep in my bed, get actors I would not get to have if we shot out of state, and now screening it here, the original home of the business and so many passionate movie geeks.

This is an unapologetically commercial movie, and with other festivals being so specific, Laff just feels very right and welcoming to the vibe of this weird neurology movie.

W&H: What’s the best and worst advice you’ve received?

Wc: I love this question. Some good advice was “80 percent of directing is casting.” I found out that this is very true. I cast people I’m super fans of, people I admire, people I love watching, and people I know are kind and patient humans.

It really paid off because when things take a wrong turn and you’re shooting at 4 am, actors being patient, kind, and still funny under an incredible amount of pressure despite being completely exhausted is invaluable.

The worst advice? Shoot on film.

W&H: What advice do you have for other female directors?

Wc: Go through your budget like a hawk. Understand what everything means — every acronym, every shorthand. Learn the economics of a budget so you can be empowered to understand what it means to go into overtime, so you know where you can cut, compensate, what you need and what you don’t need, and what you can and can’t compromise. This isn’t just for women, it’s for everyone.

Also, hire other women and wear sunscreen.

W&H: Name your favorite woman-directed film and why.

Wc: I love Nicole Holofcener. Her movies are so complicated and dimensional yet so simple. “Enough Said” was incredible, charming, and special. I loved “Lovely & Amazing” and how she is able to show women as vulnerable and fragile and emotional but never as pathetic victims. She has a very impressive relationship with the truth and has an uncanny ability to know how much information to give the viewer.

I love how bravely she attacks uncomfortable topics. She also has great patience, she really lets the stories unravel at a pace that isn’t too slow, but still makes the viewer earn the payoff. Okay, I’ll stop now.

W&H: There have been significant conversations over the last couple of years about increasing the amount of opportunities for women directors yet the numbers have not increased. Are you optimistic about the possibilities for change? Share any thoughts you might have on this topic.

Wc: I’m very optimistic. I have tons of girlfriends directing their films, so I actually see a ton of progress every day in my inner circle, so maybe I think it’s better than it actually is since I know so many female directors.

For me, the key was just writing something for myself. I wrote the script with Neal Brennan and we hustled to get it made — if someone else had written it I would have been on a list to direct it. I have no idea how directors get hired in the studio system so I like sticking to generating my own material so I’m not waiting around to win the lottery.

Laff 2017 Women Directors: Meet Whitney Cummings — “The Female Brain” was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Joseph Allen

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Drew Barrymore’s 11 Greatest Life Lessons, As Seen on Instagram

3 June 2017 5:00 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Drew Barrymore‘s had her share of bumps in the road, but we’re forever in awe of the Santa Clarita Diet star’s always-positive attitude — particularly when it comes to tackling life’s biggest challenges, like what to do when faced with a handful of extra ripe bananas (spoiler: make an Insta-worthy batch of banana bread).

Barrymore is just like that. And can you blame her? With two adorable daughters, a crazy-cool career and a thriving makeup line, the actress-turned-entrepreneur knows a thing or two about living a fulfilling life, from family to career and everything in between.

In fact, »

- Grace Gavilanes

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Logan Lucky, Murder on the Orient Express, The Mountain Between Us, and more make our weekly movie news

2 June 2017 12:41 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Logan Lucky, Murder on the Orient Express, The Mountain Between Us, and more make our weekly movie newsLogan Lucky, Murder on the Orient Express, The Mountain Between Us, and more make our weekly movie newsZachary Dent6/2/2017 2:41:00 Pm

This week we got a pile of new trailers thrown our way! We've got those, plus a couple of posters and clips in this week's movie news!

A new trailer and poster dropped for Logan Lucky ​this week! This one's from director Steven Soderbergh who brought us classics like the Ocean's franchise and Magic Mike. Logan Lucky follows two brothers (Channing Tatum and Adam Driver) who attempt to pull off a heist during a Nascar race in North Carolina. It's got a star-studded cast with the likes of Daniel CraigKatie Holmes, Hilary Swank, Katherine Waterston, and Seth MacFarlane. The trailer is an absolute blast and we already suspect some award »

- Zachary Dent

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Murder On The Orient Express, Baby Driver, It comes at Night, and Rough Night make our daily movie news

1 June 2017 1:04 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Murder On The Orient Express, Baby Driver, It comes at Night, and Rough Night make our daily movie newsMurder On The Orient Express, Baby Driver, It comes at Night, and Rough Night make our daily movie newsZachary Dent6/1/2017 3:04:00 Pm

We've got a few new trailers, a fresh clip, and a poster that's hot off the presses in today's movie news!

The first poster and trailer for Murder on the Orient Express just landed! This sports a stellar cast which includes  Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Penélope Cruz, Daisy Ridley, Judi Dench, Kenneth Branagh, Josh Gad, and Willem Dafoe.

From the novel by Agatha Christie, Murder on the Orient Express tells of thirteen stranded strangers & one man's race to solve the puzzle before the murderer strikes again. This is one murder mystery we can't wait to solve! Check out the poster/trailer below and see Murder on the Orient Express in Cineplex theatres November 10th. »

- Zachary Dent

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Baby Driver, Valerian, The Mountain Between Us, and more make our daily movie news

31 May 2017 2:57 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Baby Driver, Valerian, The Mountain Between Us, and more make our daily movie newsBaby Driver, Valerian, The Mountain Between Us, and more make our daily movie newsZachary Dent5/31/2017 4:57:00 Pm

Buckle up! We've got a lot coming at you in our daily movie news! A couple new clips, a new poster, and a fresh trailer.

Baby Driver dropped a new featurette today in which Kevin Spacey introduces us to his character, Doc. This film is from Edgar Wright, the writer/director of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead. Enough said, right? It's about a young getaway driver (Ansel Elgort), who after being coerced into working for a crime boss, finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail.

This feels like Drive but for teens! It also has a great cast including Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx, Lily James, and Jon Bernthal. Check »

- Zachary Dent

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The Hitman's Bodyguard, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Valerian, and more make our weekly movie news

26 May 2017 2:46 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

The Hitman's Bodyguard, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Valerian, and more make our weekly movie newsThe Hitman's Bodyguard, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Valerian, and more make our weekly movie newsZachary Dent5/26/2017 4:46:00 Pm

A lot of new trailers, clips, and exciting news in general dropped this week! We've got it all coming at you to start the weekend off right.

We got some sad news this week, Sir Roger Moore passed away. Before we dive into our usual roundup of movie news we must acknowledge Roger Moore's illustrious career in Hollywood. He played the iconic character of James Bond 7 times between 1973 and 1985 (Live and Let Die, The Spy who Loved Me, and Moonraker being the most notable). He was the title character in the successful TV series The Saint. Many may also know him from the comedy The Cannonball Run. His career lasted decades but came to an end today when he passed away. »

- Zachary Dent

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The 25 Best Films Directed By Women of the 21st Century, From ‘Lost in Translation’ to ‘Persepolis’

26 May 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Female filmmakers are still an unfortunate rarity in Hollywood — USC Annenberg’s Media, Diversity & Social Change Initiative’s latest study about female directors in the industry recently delivered blunt findings like “the director’s chair is white and male” and “age restricts opportunities for female filmmakers” and even “one & done: opportunities for female directors are rare” — but that hasn’t stopped a compelling legion of creators to churn out excellent films for as long as the art form has existed.

The 21st century may be less than seventeen years old, but it’s already played home to a slew of instant classics, from established auteurs to rising indie stars and everything in between. Here are the 25 best.

Read More: The 25 Best Sci-Fi Movies of the 21st Century, From ‘Children of Men’ to ‘Her’

Behold, a bevy of riches…

25. “Tomboy,” directed by Céline Sciamma (2011)

A quietly gorgeous portrait of a plucky »

- Kate Erbland, Jude Dry, Zack Sharf and Chris O'Falt

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Baby Driver, The Silent Man, and Wind River make our daily movie news

25 May 2017 3:02 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Baby Driver, The Silent Man, and Wind River make our daily movie newsBaby Driver, The Silent Man, and Wind River make our daily movie newsZachary Dent5/25/2017 5:02:00 Pm

In today's daily movie news we have a couple clips and a new trailer coming at you!

Baby Driver dropped a new featurette this week in which Ansel Elgort introduces us to his character, Baby. This film is from Edgar Wright, the writer/director of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead. Enough said, right? It's about a young getaway driver (Elgort), who after being coerced into working for a crime boss, finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail.

This feels like Drive but for teens! It also has a great cast including Kevin Spacey, Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx, Lily James, and Jon Bernthal. Check out the clip below and see Baby Driver »

- Zachary Dent

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Baywatch, Cars 3, Baby Driver and more make our weekly movie news!

12 May 2017 1:16 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Baywatch, Cars 3, Baby Driver and more make our weekly movie news!Baywatch, Cars 3, Baby Driver and more make our weekly movie news!Zachary Dent5/12/2017 3:16:00 Pm

In this week's movie news we have a couple trailers, a vignette, a clip, and a sweet new poster!

A new Red Band trailer for Baywatch dropped this week and we're cracking up! They don't hold back in this one so viewer discretion is advised. 

A muscular Zac Efron and an even more muscular Dwayne Johnson team up on the big screen to play everyone’s favourite lifeguard beach babes. The Baywatch headquarters has lost its funding and it’s up to Mitch (Johnson) to get the company back on its feet. The company hires gold medalist – and very shallow - Matt Brody (Efron) as their PR representative, and his party antics rub Mitch the wrong way. Check out the trailer »

- Zachary Dent

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Baby Driver, Alien: Covenant, and The Beguiled make our daily movie news!

11 May 2017 2:30 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Baby Driver, Alien: Covenant, and The Beguiled make our daily movie news!Baby Driver, Alien: Covenant, and The Beguiled make our daily movie news!Zachary Dent5/11/2017 4:30:00 Pm

In today's daily movie news we have a new vignette, a couple of fresh clips, and some posters that just dropped!

Baby Driver dropped a new poster and a vignette today. This one is from Edgar Wright, the writer/director of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead. Enough said, right? It's about a young getaway driver named Baby (played by Ansel Elgort), who after being coerced into working for a crime boss, finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail. This feels like Drive but for teens! It also has a great cast including Kevin Spacey, Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx, Lily James and Jon Bernthal. The vignette features the director and some of »

- Zachary Dent

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Gotham -- The Good And Bad Of "These Delicate And Dark Obsessions"

2 May 2017 1:00 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Gotham returns with an all new episode focused on The Court of Owls.  Will the episode continue its decent story line from last week, or will it be character overload?  Read on to find out the good and the bad from "These Delicate and Dark Obsessions".

Photo Courtesy of Fox.

Good: The Return of Penguin -- Even though he has been a part of the entire season, it is good to see Penguin back to his vengeful ways.  When Cobblepot was mayor, and "in love" with Nygma, the character seemed to lack excitement.  Now that he has been wronged by the Riddler, he looks to be changing back into the character we all enjoyed.  His psychotic rage near the end of the episode helped restore my faith in the character, and the direction the writers look to be taking him.  Watch for he and Nygma to go head-to-head, much like »

- Mark Cook

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