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Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson Scam the Hell Out of Rich Men in The Hustle Trailer

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Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson Scam the Hell Out of Rich Men in The Hustle Trailer
In the new trailer for The Hustle, Anne Hathaway adopts a posh British accent to play an experienced scam artist who takes Rebel Wilson under her very glamorous wing so they can scam a billionaire together - so, yeah, we're definitely seeing this.

The hilarious buddy comedy - which was originally titled Nasty Women and is a gender-swapped version of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels - was directed by Chris Addison and focuses on seeing Wilson and Hathaway's characters taking down the men who have wronged them. Previously, the roles were played by Steve Martin and Michael Caine in the 1988 crime comedy. Fortunately, the latest iteration of the caper promises stunning views of mansions, diamonds, Hathaway's extensive collection of gowns, and plenty of physical comedy from Wilson.

Tim Blake Nelson, Alex Sharp, Ingrid Oliver, and Emma Davies also star in the film, which will hit theaters on May 10.

Trailer 1:
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It’s payback time in new trailer for ‘The Hustle’

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Universal Pictures has released the second UK trailer for the all-female reboot of ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ ‘The Hustle’ starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson.

Directed by Chris Addison from a script by Stanley Shapiro, Paul Henning, Dales Launer and Jac Schaeffer the film stars Anne Hathaway, Rebel Wilson and Tim Blake Nelson.

The film is a fresh new take on the 1988 movie which starred Michael Caine and Steve Martin as two con artists trying to hustle a single female of her cash only for the duo the finally find out it was a double con.

Also in trailers – Jamie Bell is a confused White Supremacist in trailer for ‘Skin’

The film is released in the UK May 10th

The Hustle Synopsis

In the hilarious new comedy, Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson star as female scam artists, one low rent and the other high class, who team up to take down
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Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson are dirty rotten scoundrels in new trailer for The Hustle

Ahead of its theatrical release next month, a new trailer has arrived online for The Hustle, MGM’s upcoming remake of the 1988 Steve Martin/Michael Caine comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels which sees Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson lead a cast that includes Tim Blake Nelson, Alex Sharp, Ingrid Oliver, and Emma Davies; watch it here…

In the hilarious new comedy The Hustle, Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson star as female scam artists, one low rent and the other high class, who team up to take down the dirty rotten men who have wronged them.

The Hustle is set for release on May 10th.

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Anne Hathaway, Rebel Wilson Scam ‘Small-Minded Men’ in ‘The Hustle’ Trailer

MGM released a new trailer for The Hustle, a comedy starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson as scam artists teaming up to take revenge on the men who’ve wronged them. The film is a gender-bent remake of 1988’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrels with Steve Martin and Michael Caine, itself a remake of the 1964 Marlon Brando/David Niven comedy Bedtime Story.

As seen in the Avengers-parodying teaser, Hathaway plays a posh Englishwoman alongside Wilson’s raunchier, low-class character. In classic buddy-comedy fashion, plenty of hijinks ensue around the characters’ differences, and
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The Hustle Trailer #2 Jumps on the Avengers: Endgame Hype Train

The Hustle Trailer #2 Jumps on the Avengers: Endgame Hype Train
The Hustle is getting in on the Avengers: Endgame hype with a second trailer for the comedy. The Marvel Cinematic Universe sequel is arguably the most-anticipated movie of the year, so it is a wise decision to get in on the fun since the superhero adventure comes out this week. Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson are deemed the "Revengers" in the latest trailer, which pops up on the screen and turns to dust, parodying Thanos' Decimation. The trailer even takes some of the black and white color scheme from the Marvel movie trailers.

As far as new scenes, this The Hustle trailer is largely made up of footage we've seen previously with the added Avengers: Endgame stuff. However, it is effective and it could end up brining more attention to the comedy, which is always a good thing for the box office receipts. Wilson and Hathaway are already out promoting the movie,
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‘The Hustle’ Trailer: Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson Are Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

‘The Hustle’ Trailer: Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson Are Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
The Steve Martin/Michael Caine comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels gets an update with The Hustle, starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson. Hathaway and Wilson play con artists who team up with go after the men who have wronged them. Hilarity, unconvincing disguises, and questionable accents follow. Watch the latest The Hustle trailer below. The Hustle Trailer I have absolutely […]

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‘The Hustle’ Trailer: Anne Hathaway & Rebel Wilson Are Dirty, Rotten Female Scoundrels In New Comedy

As you’ve likely already heard, the upcoming MGM comedy, “The Hustle” starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson is a remake of director Frank Oz’s 1988 comedy “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” starring Steve Martin and Michael Caine as the criminal rivals. Originally titled “Nasty Women” which is better and a nice play on recent cultural politics, apparently, the optics on that one weren’t great and MGM retitled it “The Hustle.” But “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” was about two con men try to settle their rivalry by betting on who can swindle a young American heiress out of her money first.

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Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson Scam the Hell Out of Rich Men in The Hustle Trailer

In the new trailer for The Hustle, Anne Hathaway adopts a posh British accent to play an experienced scam artist who takes Rebel Wilson under her very glamorous wing so they can scam a billionaire together - so, yeah, we're definitely seeing this.

The hilarious buddy comedy - which was originally titled Nasty Women and is a gender-swapped version of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels - was directed by Chris Addison and focuses on seeing Wilson and Hathaway's characters taking down the men who have wronged them. Previously, the roles were played by Steve Martin and Michael Caine in the 1988 crime comedy. Fortunately, the latest iteration of the caper promises stunning views of mansions, diamonds, Hathaway's extensive collection of gowns, and plenty of physical comedy from Wilson.

Tim Blake Nelson, Alex Sharp, Ingrid Oliver, and Emma Davies also star in the film, which will hit theaters on May 10.

Trailer 1:
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Let There Be Light – the Christian film taking on the secular-industrial complex

Kevin Sorbo’s Godsploitation flick features a cynical atheist finding religion with help from Sean Hannity. Is it as bad as it sounds? We speak to its creators

Imagine a film in which Christopher Hitchens has been born again as The SimpsonsNed Flanders. And that he gets endorsement from Donald Trump’s preferred blowhard, Fox News’s Sean Hannity, for a Christian phone app to be deployed against the forces of darkness. You would watch that, right?

Let There Be Light is that movie. Released in the Us in 2017, but only now getting a UK release, it stars Kevin Sorbo as Sol Harkens, the self-styled “world’s biggest atheist”, who undergoes a cinematic conversion that for sheer verve rivals Michael Caine’s in The Muppets Christmas Carol.
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Benjamin Wallfisch and Hans Zimmer: A Scoring Bromance

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Benjamin Wallfisch and Hans Zimmer: A Scoring Bromance
A few years ago, Hans Zimmer wrote Ben Wallfisch a fan letter. Zimmer had just seen “The Escapist,” a film he didn’t like but whose music he admired. He never received a reply.

A few months later Zimmer was in London meeting a mutual friend, fellow composer Richard Harvey, and Wallfisch’s name came up. Later, when Harvey later told him Zimmer had written but not heard back, Wallfisch was mortified.

As both Zimmer and Wallfisch tell it, that very day Zimmer received an email from another Benjamin Wallfisch, a Texas lawyer, who wrote to say, “I think you meant to write the composer Ben Wallfisch.”

Zimmer, one of Hollywood’s most in-demand composers, had been impressed. “I looked at a video on YouTube, a piece that he had written for an orchestra in Holland,” the composer recalls. “I thought it was astonishing. Brilliant writing, and quite witty. And it had 254 views.
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Composer Benjamin Wallfisch Scores High in Versatility With ‘Hellboy,’ ‘Hostile,’ ‘Shazam!’

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Composer Benjamin Wallfisch Scores High in Versatility With ‘Hellboy,’ ‘Hostile,’ ‘Shazam!’
This month, three very different projects will showcase three sides of the same composer: a grand-scale symphonic score for a comic-book movie; a hardcore punk sound for a nightmarish supernatural tale; and a surprising combination of orchestra and electronics for an edgier-than-usual nature documentary.

The composer is London-born Benjamin Wallfisch, and his music for “Shazam!,” “Hellboy” and “Hostile Planet” couldn’t be farther apart in sound and style. But, as director James Marsh (“The Theory of Everything”) points out, “You can be versatile but boring, or you can be versatile and interesting in every genre that you take on. That is Ben’s great ability. He owns those choices and makes them his.”

In the past three years alone, Wallfisch has written an eerie and disturbing score for the Stephen King horror film “It”; earned Grammy nominations for his collaborations with Hans Zimmer on the all-electronic music for “Blade Runner 2049
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Child's Play Remake Reveals Mark Hamill's Chucky Laugh

This summer MGM and Polaroid director Lars Klevberg will unleash their new version of Chucky voiced by Luke Skywalker himself Mark Hamill, in their Child's Play Remake. Hamill's co-stars are set to include Aubrey Plaza as Karen Barclay, Andy's mother, Gabriel Bateman as Andy Barclay, Karen's 13-year-old son, Brian Tyree Henry as Detective Mike Norris, and Tim Matheson as the founder and CEO of the company that manufactures the Buddi doll. And today we have a quick video that gives us a look at just what the hell Mark Hamill will sound like as Chucky. Well, at least the little guy's laugh. You can check it out below.

This teaser reminded me of wayback in 2008 when we were hit with a teaser for Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight. That teaser merely consisted of Michael Caine's Alfred Pennyworth saying "Some men just want to watch the world burn" followed
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Guy Ritchie’s ‘Toff Guys’ Gets New Title, Chadwick Boseman In ’21 Bridges’, ‘Bad Moms’ Moms’ & More: Stx At CinemaCon

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Chairman of Motion Picture Group Adam Fogelson began Stx’s CinemaCon session this morning heralding the mini-major’s progress with female-driven fare.

“18% of our films are directed by women, and 64% have had women in the lead role. 14% have had entire female led teams” and how the mini-major is an “artist friendly studio…that attracts star talent not once, but brings them back again and again.”

“We know there is still work to be done and we applaud the 4% initiative, we know as an industry we can do better,” added Fogelson.

They showed trailers for this Friday’s Taraji P. Henson and Sam Rockwell drama The Best of Enemies, about Civil rights activist Ann Atwater school integration face off with C.P. Ellis, Exalted Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan, in 1971 Durham, North Carolina.

Also, shown a trailer for their geriatric $8M+ Afm pick-up Poms starring Diane Keaton who creates an elder
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Michael Caine and the decade of classic films, iconic characters and accompanying music

Tom Jolliffe looks at a career defining period of classic films for Michael Caine which included iconic characters, and music…

Everyone even vaguely into film knows Michael Caine. He’s an icon, so identifiable by his voice and mannerisms. He’s been in the business over 60 years and has worked solidly. More recently he will be most associated with his collaborations with Christopher Nolan, particularly for his part playing Alfred, Bruce Wayne’s butler in Nolan’s Bat trilogy.

Perusing Caine’s CV for his stand out picks is certainly tough. A career which has spanned that long, and pretty quickly establishing himself as an exceptional craftsman, means that he’s been a part of some pretty exceptional works. He’s had his share of duds, curios and oddities too of course, but Caine has been had a huge number of great films with his name attached.

However, I’m
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‘Pennyworth’ First Look: Some People Just Want to Watch This Prequel Series About Batman’s Butler

‘Pennyworth’ First Look: Some People Just Want to Watch This Prequel Series About Batman’s Butler
The people of Gotham City may have a love-hate relationship with Batman, but audiences don’t. With Ben Affleck out as the Caped Crusader and Joaquin Phoenix in as the Joker, Epix is going the small-screen prequel route with “Pennyworth.” Jack Bannon stars as Alfred Pennyworth, the trusty butler played in the past by the likes of Michael Gough, Michael Caine, and Jeremy Irons. Avail yourself of a brief teaser and first-look photo below.

The series follows “Bruce Wayne’s legendary butler, Alfred Pennyworth (Jack Bannon), a former British Sas soldier in his 20s, who forms a security company and goes to work with a young billionaire Thomas Wayne (Ben Aldridge), who’s not yet Bruce’s father, in 1960s London” — which is to say that the Dark Knight himself probably won’t be appearing in the show unless it continues long enough to show him as a soon-to-be-traumatized kiddo.
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David Oyelowo to make his directorial debut with ‘The Water Man’

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David Oyelowo is set to make his directorial debut with ‘The Water Man’ in which he will also star and produce.

Oyelowo will be reuniting with Oprah Winfrey who will serve as executive producer on the Emma Needall penned drama. Rosario Dawson, ‘This Is Us’ star Lonnie Chavis, Amiah Miller (War for the Planet of the Apes), Alfred Molina (Vice), and Maria Bello (History of Violence) will also star in the project.

The story centres on precocious young boy Gunner (Chavis) who, in order to save his ill mother (Dawson), runs away from home with a local misfit Jo (Miller), to find the legendary figure called the Water Man who has been said to have the power to cheat death. While extremely close to his mother, he and his father Amos (Oyelowo) are forced to learn about each other as Amos goes on the search for his son.

Also in
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The Quiller Memorandum

Michael Anderson directs a classy slice of ’60s spy-dom. In West Berlin, George Segal’s Quiller struggles through a near- existential battle with Neo-Nazi swine more soulless than his own cold-fish handlers. Harold Pinter supplies the circular dialogue, Alec Guinness the charming insincerity and Max von Sydow a devilish menace. Quiller is mesmerized by the seductive ambiguity of lovely Senta Berger. Does she love Quiller? Or is love dead in this brave world of deceit and subterfuge?

The Quiller Memorandum

Blu-ray

Twilight Time

1966 / Color / 2:35 widescreen / 105 min. / Street Date March 19, 2019 / Available from the Twilight Time Movies Store / 29.95

Starring: George Segal, Alec Guinness, Max von Sydow, Senta Berger, George Sanders, Robert Helpmann, Robert Flemyng, Peter Carsten.

Cinematography: Erwin Hillier

Film Editor: Frederick Wilson

Original Music: John Barry

Written by Harold Pinter from the novel by Adam Hall

Produced by Ivan Foxwell

Directed by Michael Anderson

The ’60s spy movie craze was a copycat game.
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8 Burning Questions About The Joker, Answered

The Joker is one of the most fascinating supervillains ever put in the pages of comics. In fact, he is one of the most fascinating fictional characters ever created, period. He’s so fascinating that an entire movie is being made about him – how many comic book villains can that be said for? Okay, Venom. But even Venom is a hero sometimes. The Joker is unequivocally a villain. In the words of Michael Caine’s Alfred, he just wants to watch the world burn. He doesn’t have any designs on world domination or purifying humanity – he just wants to create anarchy. Here are 8 Questions About The Joker, Answered.

Related: Everything We Know (So Far) About Joaquin Phoenix's Joker Movie
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Rob Lowe Does ‘Not Great’ Michael Caine, Paul McCartney Impressions (Video)

Rob Lowe Does ‘Not Great’ Michael Caine, Paul McCartney Impressions (Video)
We get it, Rob Lowe, you have famous friends.

On Wednesday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” the host of new Fox show “Mental Samurai” did a pair of very poor impressions. Don’t worry, Michael Caine and Paul McCartney — you don’t really sound like this.

At least Lowe knows his impersonations are “not great,” in his own words. The “Jkl” YouTube page went a bit further, referring to them as “terrible.”

Also Read: Bob Iger Says Disney Dealt With Joy Behar and Jimmy Kimmel's Past Blackface 'Privately'

Lowe’s Caine was Ok at first, but then it dipped into Sean Connery territory. His McCartney trended towards a stereotypical Indian accent, which is feedback Lowe says he’s heard during his one-man show.

Perhaps the impression explains McCartney’s expression in the selfie Lowe made the Beatle take.

Watch the video above.

Rob Lowe’s “Mental Samurai” airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Fox.
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Gravitas Ventures Launches Svod Service Gravitas Movies

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Indie distributor Gravitas Ventures on Tuesday launched Gravitas Movies, an ad-free streaming service that will showcase the company’s library of at least 1,000 movies. The price is $4.99 a month for the service, which is available as of today at gravitasmovies.com and via Comcast’s Xfinity X1, Apple TV and iOS devices, Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Android mobile and TV devices.

The service is up and running in the U.S., with a global rollout coming later this summer. The platform is powered by Float Left’s Flicast, Jw Player and Cleeng.

Gravitas Ventures, which employs a theatrical/digital distribution model, has been a staple at film festivals with a focus on genre and documentaries. It most recently showcased its docu The River and the Wall, featuring presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke, which premiered at SXSW.

Among the titles at launch include the Platoon reunion documentary Brothers in Arms with Johnny Depp,
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