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Ocean’s 8 gets a batch of new images

With just two weeks to go until the Us release of Ocean’s 8, Warner Bros. has revealed a batch of new images from Gary Ross’ upcoming female-led Ocean’s spinoff featuring Sandra Bullock, James Corden, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Anne Hathaway, Sarah Paulson, and Rihanna; check them out here…

See Also: Watch the trailer for Ocean’s 8 here

The tide has turned and it’s a whole new “Ocean’s” when eight women plan and execute a heist in New York. Oscar winner Sandra Bullock stars in the title role, alongside Oscar winners Cate Blanchett and Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, with Rihanna and Oscar nominee Helena Bonham Carter. Oscar-nominated filmmaker Gary Ross is directing.

Ross directs from a screenplay he wrote with Olivia Milch (upcoming “Dude”), with Steven Soderbergh and Jon Kilik producing, Michael Tadross, Susan Ekins, Sandra Bullock, Diana Alvarez and Bruce Berman executive producing,
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Win Passes To The Advance Screening Of Ocean’S 8 In St. Louis

Ocean’S 8 opens in theaters on June 8 and Wamg has your passes to the advance screening in St. Louis.

Five years, eight months, 12 days…and counting. That’s how long Debbie Ocean (Sandra Bullock) has been devising the biggest heist of her life. She knows what it’s going to take—a team of the best in their field, starting with her partner-in-crime Lou Miller (Cate Blanchett). Together, they recruit a crew of specialists: jeweler Amita (Mindy Kaling); street con Constance (Awkwafina); expert fence Tammy (Sarah Paulson); hacker Nine Ball (Rihanna); and fashion designer Rose (Helena Bonham Carter). The target is a cool $150 million dollars in diamonds—diamonds that will be around the neck of world famous actress Daphne Kluger (Anne Hathaway), who will be centerstage at the event of the year, the Met Gala. The plan is rock solid, but everything will need to be flawless if the team
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Box office tracking suggests Ocean’s 8 will steal a big opening weekend

Opening weekend numbers have always been important to the success of a summer blockbuster, but now we live in an age where the pre-release tracking can also have a huge impact on the way a film is received, so if the buzz on Ocean’s 8 is to be believed, then Warner Bros./Village Roadshow will be pretty pleased with the figures that Deadline is reporting.

Opening on June 8th in the Us, industry number crunchers have it projected as high as $45m for the weekend. It’s a number comparable with the last gender switch franchise reboot, Ghostbusters, which opened with $46 million ($128.3 million domestic total) in 2016. While that film was deemed a commercial flop, largely thanks to the $140 million budget, Ocean’s 8 is estimated to have cost in the region of $70 million, so this will be a big score for the studio.

See Also: Sandra Bullock’s Debbie Ocean assembles
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Ocean's 8 Is on Track for a Great $45M Opening Weekend

Warner Bros. is getting ready to roll out its highly-anticipated female lead Ocean's 8, a spin-off of director Steven Soderbergh's Ocean's Eleven trilogy, and it seems this could be a sleeper hit of the summer. Early box office tracking has put Ocean's 8 between $30 million and $45 million for its opening weekend. While we'll have to wait about three weeks to see how it really fares in theaters, this high-profile spin-off has the advantage of debuting right in between some of this summer's biggest movies.

Ocean's 8 will be going up against Global Road's action-thriller Hotel Artemis and A24's thriller Hereditary, and while both of those movies will arrive in wide release, they likely won't get quite as wide a release as Ocean's 8, which will likely be somewhere between a 3,500 and 3,750 theater-count debut. The movie has an estimated production budget of $70 million, a modest figure that could mean
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‘Ocean’s 8’ Box Office Tracking Suggests a $45 Million Opening Weekend

‘Ocean’s 8’ Box Office Tracking Suggests a $45 Million Opening Weekend
It’s been more than ten years since Ocean’s 13 wrapped up director Steven Soderbergh‘s Ocean’s 11 trilogy, but now The Hunger Games director Gary Ross is reviving the franchise with a new female-led heist movie set in the same universe. The Ocean’s 8 box office tracking projections have arrived, and if they turn out to […]

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‘Ocean’s 8,’ One of This Summer’s Big Gambles, Plots to Steal $30 Million on Opening Weekend

After a May loaded with Marvel and Star Wars, June will see some different potential summer blockbusters storm theaters, aiming to give moviegoers a change of pace. Leading them is Warner Bros./Village Roadshow’s “Ocean’s 8,” an all-female spin-off of Steven Soderbergh’s “Ocean’s Trilogy” that is considered one of the riskier wide releases coming out this summer.

This is the second straight year Warner Bros turned to women to bring in big summer bucks. Last year, the studio had the movie of the summer, Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot’s “Wonder Woman,” which grossed $412.5 million during its domestic run and became the flag-bearer in the push for more major films that prominently feature women in the cast and crew.

“Ocean’s 8,” a decidedly different movie, isn’t expected to make nearly as much — as early tracking has its opening weekend set at roughly $30 million against a production budget of $70 million.
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"Ocean's 8" - More Footage

Sneak Peek more footage, plus images from "Ocean's 8", written and directed by Gary Ross, starring Sandra Bullock ("Gravity"), Anne Hathaway ("The Dark Knight Rises") and Damien Lewis ("Band of Brothers") opening June 8, 2018:

"...'Debbie' (Bullock), the estranged sister of 'Danny Ocean'...

"...attempts to pull off the heist of the century...

"...at New York City's star-studded annual 'Met Gala'.

"Her first stop is to assemble the perfect crew...

"...including 'Lou', 'Rose', 'Eight Ball', 'Tammy', 'Amita' and 'Constance'..."

Cast also includes Cate Blanchett, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter and Richard Armitage.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Ocean's 8"...
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The Last Word on ‘Free State of Jones’

So, being a bit of a history and geography buff, I had somewhere, heard a story about Jones County, Mississippi succession from the Confederacy, but I mostly recalled it as a curious little blip on the history of our country, and frankly, I wasn’t completely sure how real the story was. But, yes, the Free State of Jones, succeeded from the Confederacy, led by Newton Knight (Matthew McConaughey) a deserted Confederate soldier who with a group of other Confederates as well as some runaway slaves, lead a rebellion against some of the Confederates soldiers, who were basically raping the poor civilians of both their men and their property, seizing ten percent of food, and everything else they had. This was upsetting to Knight, for several reasons, not the least of which that, the rich in the South actually didn’t send their men to war.

The film was directed by Gary Ross,
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Ocean’s 8 character posters showcase Debbie Ocean’s crew

With the Us release of Ocean’s 8 just a month away, a batch of characters poster have arrived online for the upcoming female-led Ocean’s spinoff featuring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, and Awkwafina; check them out here…

See Also: Watch the trailer for Ocean’s 8 here

The tide has turned and it’s a whole new “Ocean’s” when eight women plan and execute a heist in New York. Oscar winner Sandra Bullock stars in the title role, alongside Oscar winners Cate Blanchett and Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, with Rihanna and Oscar nominee Helena Bonham Carter. Oscar-nominated filmmaker Gary Ross is directing.

Ross directs from a screenplay he wrote with Olivia Milch (upcoming “Dude”), with Steven Soderbergh and Jon Kilik producing, Michael Tadross, Susan Ekins, Sandra Bullock, Diana Alvarez and Bruce Berman executive producing, and Milch co-producing.
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Jeff Daniels Is at the Peak of His Career in Two Roles Decades and Worlds Apart — Career Watch

Jeff Daniels Is at the Peak of His Career in Two Roles Decades and Worlds Apart — Career Watch
Welcome to Career Watch, a vocational checkup of top actors and directors, and those who hope to get there. In this edition we take on Jeff Daniels, who’s riding the swells during the current television tsunami. He’s not only in constant demand, but the adroit character actor has become a star.

Bottom Line: Always a reliable working actor in movies, theater and television, 62-year-old Daniels broke out in his 50s with a huge career boost from Aaron Sorkin, who cast him as a gruff workaholic network anchor Will McAvoy in HBO’s Golden Globe- and Emmy-winning series “The Newsroom.” After playing the character, a news veteran trying to keep up with the times, Daniels hasn’t looked back. “I’m working in my 60s,” he marveled. “Look at any decade in my career: it’s not how they draw it up in star school. The only way to
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Jeff Daniels Is at the Peak of His Career in Two Roles Decades and Worlds Apart — Career Watch

Jeff Daniels Is at the Peak of His Career in Two Roles Decades and Worlds Apart — Career Watch
Welcome to Career Watch, a vocational checkup of top actors and directors, and those who hope to get there. In this edition we take on Jeff Daniels, who’s riding the swells during the current television tsunami. He’s not only in constant demand, but the adroit character actor has become a star.

Bottom Line: Always a reliable working actor in movies, theater and television, 62-year-old Daniels broke out in his 50s with a huge career boost from Aaron Sorkin, who cast him as a gruff workaholic network anchor Will McAvoy in HBO’s Golden Globe- and Emmy-winning series “The Newsroom.” After playing the character, a news veteran trying to keep up with the times, Daniels hasn’t looked back. “I’m working in my 60s,” he marveled. “Look at any decade in my career: it’s not how they draw it up in star school. The only way to
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‘Dave’ at 25: Why Kevin Kline Initially Turned Down the Role and Ivan Reitman Walked Away From the Political Comedy

‘Dave’ at 25: Why Kevin Kline Initially Turned Down the Role and Ivan Reitman Walked Away From the Political Comedy
During the production of the romantic comedy “Dave,” which celebrates its 25th anniversary on Monday, director Ivan Reitman would frequently drop by the editing room to see what editor Sheldon Kahn had assembled.

Reitman had watched about two-thirds of the movie when he realized one scene didn’t work — when Dave (Kevin Kline), a good-natured employment agency owner hired to impersonate the officious President Bill Mitchell after the Potus suffered a stroke, and the no-nonsense First Lady (Sigourney Weaver) return to the White House after sneaking out.

“I didn’t buy that Sigourney and Dave bonded when they went back into the White House,” Reitman said. “It was just that they snuck out and they talked a bit and then they snuck back. It didn’t feel that they had earned each other’s trust. It was just a movie movement instead of an earned movie moment.”

So they turned
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'Dave': THR's 1993 Review

On May 7, 1993, Warner Bros. unveiled Ivan Reitman's political comedy Dave in theaters. The film went on to nab an original screenplay nomination for Gary Ross at the 66th Academy Awards ceremony. The Hollywood Reporter's original review is below: 

Warner Bros. has a sleeper candidate for big box office in Dave, a charming satire of the U.S. presidency. Starring Kevin Kline as a sweet-natured Everyman who is asked to double as the president, and then gets stuck in the job, Dave should draw from every constituency. 

Serious moviegoers will be swayed by its many Being There-like similarities as Kline's...
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9 Riskiest, Priciest Summer Movie Gambles, From ‘Ocean’s 8’ to ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’

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The summer movie season is crucial for Hollywood. The four-month period typically accounts for roughly 40 percent of the yearly box office, goosed by out-of-school kids and the lure of both air conditioning and youth-friendly blockbusters.

Studios have even more on the line this year, to make up for last year’s abysmal box office from May through the end of August. The season brought in $3.8 billion, down 15 percent from 2016 and the worst box office in more than a decade.

While there were a handful of pay-offs and surprise hits — such as Warner Bros.’ “Wonder Woman,” Sony’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and Universal’s “Girls Trip” — last year’s summer season was wrecked by big-budget underperformers, including Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” Universal’s “The Mummy” and Paramount’s “Transformers: The Last Knight” and “Baywatch.”

Also Read: Summer's 5 Biggest Box Office Showdowns, Including 'Deadpool 2' vs. 'Solo' (Photos)

Surely Hollywood doesn’t want a repeat of last year. Here’s some of our picks for riskiest bets, that studios are likely praying pay off:

Overboard” (Pantelion, May 4)

Even for the beloved Anna Faris, the filmography of Goldie Hawn is sacrosanct and an inherent risk to reboot — to say nothing of the fact that this reverse-Pygmalion has also reversed its gender roles.

Faris plays a blue collar single mom down on her luck. Eugenio Derbez (“How to Be a Latin Lover”) plays a spoiled playboy whose permanent residence is a yacht — a version of Hawn’s character from the original 1987 comedy. Rough seas and a case of amnesia let Faris manipulate Derbez into believing he’s her husband, and he must support her misbehaved family.

When a trailer launched for the Pantelion comedy, social media did not take well to the optics of a white woman forcing a rich Latino male into lower-middle-class grunt work.

However, the film’s relatively low budget and winning stars — plus a rare film crossover for TV veteran Eva Longoria — has us curious to see if this ship will sail.

Also Read: 'Avengers: Infinity War' Expected to Assemble $100 Million During 2nd Weekend

Solo: A Star Wars Story” (Disney/Lucasfilm, May 25)

The production of Disney’s highly anticipated continuation in its Star Wars extended universe has been wracked with turbulence. The original directors for “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” Phil Lord and Chris Miller (“The Lego Movie”), were pushed off the project over creative differences with the studio — replaced by Ron Howard in mid-shoot.

There have been reports of questions about tone and Alden Ehrenreich’s performance in the role that Harrison Ford made famous. As if that weren’t enough, the stakes are higher — for often prickly “Star Wars” fans — given that this is the first of Lucasfilm’s post-Disney movies that revisits one of its most iconic characters (unlike the previous prequel “Rogue One,” which centered on mostly new characters).

The production budget for the film hasn’t been reported, but it’s probably a safe bet to say it’s in the same ballpark as “Rogue One” ($200 million) and “The Force Awakens'” ($245 million) — perhaps a bit more, given the additional shooting. Luckily, “Solo” appears to have a star performance from “Atlanta” creator Donald Glover, and it’s got that little known brand “Star Wars” behind it too, for what it’s worth.

Also Read: 'Solo' Featurette Teases Look at Daily Life in the Galactic Empire (Video)

“Ocean’s 8” (Warner Bros., June 8)

Like most franchises not named Marvel, the “Ocean’s” trilogy saw diminishing returns when George Clooney, Brad Pitt and the crew got together one last time in 2007. But Warner Bros. and writer-director Gary Ross (“The Hunger Games”) will try to breathe new life into the heist team-up with an all-female cast led by Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett.

There are two big challenges here: reigniting a franchise after more than a decade and rebooting a familiar property with female leads (especially after Paul Feig’s “Ghostbusters” disappointment two years ago).

The studio is hedging its bets, though. Despite an A-list cast that also includes Mindy Kaling, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina and Rihanna, the film’s $70 million production budget is just under the $85 million budgets of “Ocean’s 13” and “Ocean’s 11” — and a bargain compared to the middle installment’s $110 million cost.

Disney/Pixar

“The Incredibles 2” (Disney/Pixar, June 15)

What’s most incredible about this animated property is that it took Walt Disney Pictures 14 years to make a sequel. The monolithic film company does not usually let intellectual property with this kind of four-quadrant popularity sit still for long.

Brad Bird returns to direct the sequel with original voice stars Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson and Samuel L. Jackson — about a family or superheroes in a city where sacking the day results in collateral damage like, you know, dismantled skyscrapers and injured bystanders. Forced into hiding by legislation that make it illegal for them to use their special gifts, the family can’t seen to help saving the day when they’re called.

Millennials who watched the film in pajamas may be too old to rekindle significant box office numbers — but the enduring cultural relevance of the film (mostly thanks to a still-referenced character modeled after Vogue editor Anna Wintour) might make this gamble worth it for the mouse house.

“Sicario: Day of the Soldado” (Sony/Columbia, June 29)

Why exactly are we getting a sequel to 2016’s “Sicario”? Did anyone actually ask for this? Denis Villeneuve’s 2015 action thriller grossed $46.9 million domestically on a production budget of $30 million — not the kind of numbers that would ordinarily justify a follow-up.

Riskier still, original star Emily Blunt sits out the sequel — though Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin return for a run-in along the U.S.-Mexico border that may end more happily than their encounter in “Avengers: Infinity War.”

Marvel Studios

“Ant-Man and the Wasp” (Disney/Marvel, July 6)

We should say up top that this movie will likely be fine. There’s probably little to worry about, it being Marvel product and all.

The fact that the studio was even able to make one film based on this third-tier character, and survive its own director upheaval back in 2015 is a testament to Marvel Studios and the Marvel brand.

However, “Ant-Man and the Wasp’s” predecessor is one of Marvel’s worst performing films in the McU. The first “Ant-Man” pulled in a little more than $180 million domestically on a budget of $130 million. The only films in the McU with lower performing domestic totals are “Captain America: The First Avenger” ($176.7 million) and “The Incredible Hulk” ($134.8 million), which people oft forget is even part of the McU.

“Ant-Man and the Wasp” is coming just a little more than a month after the Herculean debut of “Avengers: Infinity War,” though. It seems pretty clear that superhero fatigue isn’t really a thing, and Marvel has already begun marketing the film with an “Infinity War” tie-in.

Disney

“Christopher Robin” (Disney, Aug. 3)

Didn’t we see this movie last year? No? It was a different film? After last year’s Fox Searchlight biographical drama “Goodbye Christopher Robin” about Winnie-the-Pooh creator A. A. Milne, Disney will release a fantasy comedic drama, “Christopher Robin,” about a grown up Christopher Robin (played by Ewan McGregor) who’s lost all sense of imagination.

Disney did not spend Marvel bucks on this film, but the studio has not had a great track record when it comes to live-action films that aren’t from Marvel, Lucasfilm or direct adaptations of its vault of animated classics.

“Crazy Rich Asians” (Warner Bros., Aug. 17)

Everything about “Crazy Rich Asians” is decadent summer fun, which makes the adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s best-selling novel perfect for the dog days of August. The risk here would be the same statistic that makes “Cra” so special — it’s the only studio film to feature an entirely-Asian cast in 25 years (last time was the tearjerker “The Joy Luck Club”).

Constance Wu and the hunky Henry Golding play a humble pair of engaged NYU professors, but as wedding plans ratchet up, Wu’s character starts pressuring her beau to meet his parents. Turns out he’s got the same social standing as Prince William in Singapore — and a bank account to match.

If it works, it will be a watershed inclusion moment. If it doesn’t, lagging Hollywood might be hesitant to greenlight anything similar. That can’t wait another 25 years.

“Happytime Murders” (Stx Entertainment, Aug. 17)

What’s risky about a film starring Melissa McCarthy as an alcoholic, world-weary detective in an raunchy R-rated comedy thriller? Well, this time she’s in the buddy of a bright, blue puppet.

Brian Henson, son of Muppets creator Jim Henson, directs the satire of gruesome murder mysteries — which garnered much attention at last month’s CinemaCon for footage of felt puppet hookers snorting ecstasy and engaging in silly-string orgasms.

As long as minors don’t wander into the theater unattended, we don’t see this one losing.

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Ocean’s 8 gets a new poster

Ahead of its release next month, a new poster has arrived online for the upcoming female-led Ocean’s spinoff Ocean’s 8 featuring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Rihanna, Sarah Paulson, Mindy Kaling, and Awkwafina; check it out below…

See Also: Watch the trailer for Ocean’s 8 here

The tide has turned and it’s a whole new “Ocean’s” when eight women plan and execute a heist in New York. Oscar winner Sandra Bullock stars in the title role, alongside Oscar winners Cate Blanchett and Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, with Rihanna and Oscar nominee Helena Bonham Carter. Oscar-nominated filmmaker Gary Ross is directing.

Ross directs from a screenplay he wrote with Olivia Milch (upcoming “Dude”), with Steven Soderbergh and Jon Kilik producing, Michael Tadross, Susan Ekins, Sandra Bullock, Diana Alvarez and Bruce Berman executive producing, and Milch co-producing. Filming is taking place in and around New York City.
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Sandra Bullock Says Sarah Paulson Tried Singing Like Rihanna on the Set of ‘Ocean’s 8’ (Video)

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Sandra Bullock Says Sarah Paulson Tried Singing Like Rihanna on the Set of ‘Ocean’s 8’ (Video)
While Sandra Bullock can’t reveal much about her upcoming film “Ocean’s 8,” the actress did share some fun moments she had with co-stars Helena Bonham Carter and Sarah Paulson on set.

“For some reason what’s coming to mind is that Helena Bonham Carter was like a cat,” Bullock responded to a fan’s question in a video for InStyle. “I could take the laser pointer, and just at random moments I would point the laser pointer on the floor and she would jump out of the chair and follow it like a human cat. It was incredibly impressive.”

And “Sarah Paulson trying to sing like Rihanna,” added Bullock. “Never sounded like Rihanna. But she tried! We had a pretty good time.”

See Video: Sandra Bullock Plans Epic Met Gala Heist in New 'Ocean's 8' Trailer

The film follows Debbie Ocean (Bullock) who is fresh out of prison when she recruits a team of thieves to rob the Met during the famed Met Gala in New York City. Her partners in crime include Cate Blanchett, Mindy Kaling, Anne Hathaway, Rihanna, Awkwafina, Paulson and Bonham Carter.

The film is scheduled to hit theaters on June 8, 2018. It is directed by Gary Ross, written by Ross and Olivia Milch, and produced by George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh.

Also Read: Petition to Dump Matt Damon's 'Ocean's 8' Cameo Hits Goal of 19,000 Signatures

Soderbergh’s “Ocean’s Eleven” trilogy grossed over $400 million at the domestic box office between 2004 and 2007. Each installment made over $100 million.

Watch the video below.



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‘Dude’ Review: Lucy Hale Sparks Up Netflix’s Raunchy, Girl-Powered Stoner Comedy

‘Dude’ Review: Lucy Hale Sparks Up Netflix’s Raunchy, Girl-Powered Stoner Comedy
The first time we see Lily (Lucy Hale) and her tight-knit pack of pals hotboxing her car, it’s played for laughs, a giddy act of rap-infused rebellion before the foursome make their way into yet another raucous party. The second time, it’s a year later, and all that joy is gone, replaced with four sad-eyed seniors sparking up in the hopes of getting through another grinding day at their crunchy high school. The tragedy that scars the girls — which first-time filmmaker Olivia Milch doesn’t try to hide or sugarcoat — looms large over the rest of the film, an otherwise raunchy stoner comedy about misbehaving teenage girls that could make a banger of a double feature alongside Kay Cannon’s similarly R-rated girl-powered feature, “Blockers.”

But while “Blockers” reveled in the bond between its central friends, “Dude” is more occupied with pulling apart those friendships, stretching them until they snap,
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11 Blockbusters You Can’t Miss This Summer Season

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This week, IndieWire will be rolling out our annual Summer Preview, including offerings that span genres, niche offerings for dedicated fans, a closer look at festival favorites finally headed to a theater near you, and plenty of special attention to all the new movies you need to get through a jam-packed summer movie-going season. Check back throughout the week for a new look at the best the season has to offer, and clear your schedule, because we’re going to fill it right up.

Read More: Check out our entire Summer Preview right here

Today — a look at eleven blockbusters (or would-be blockbusters) well worth your time and movie-going dollars.

Deadpool 2,” May 18

Not content to be in just one superhero blockbuster this year, Josh Brolin will trade in Thanos for Cable, the time-traveling cybernetic mutant who seems poised to clash with Deadpool over “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” breakout Julian Dennison.
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Trailer Binge: ‘Solo’,’ Ocean’s 8′, ‘American Animals’, ‘Hot Summer Nights’, ‘Picnic at Hanging Rock’, ‘Rocky and Bullwinkle’

Welcome to Trailer Binge, a recurring feature where we get a chance to catch up on some of the recent trailer releases in the past week. Whether it be indie releases, or recent movie and TV trailers that may have otherwise slipped through the cracks, Trailer Binge allows us to catch up on the seemingly constant onslaught of new new content being released each week.

In this edition of Trailer Binge, we take a look at trailers for ‘Ocean’s 8‘, ‘American Animals‘ and ‘Hot Summer Nights‘. Also we showcase trailers for the amazon studios Series ‘Picnic at Hanging Rock‘ and ‘Rocky & Bullwinkle‘, along with a brand-new Tv spot for ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story‘. Let the Trailer binge begin!

‘Ocean’s 8’ Trailer #2

Gary Ross, the filmmaker behind The Hunger Games and Pleasantville, co-wrote the screenplay with Olivia Milch. The film stars Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Mindy Kaling, Awkwafina, Sarah Paulson,
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Ocean’S 8 (2018) Movie Trailer 2: Sandra Bullock’s Robbery Took Over Five Years to Plan

Ocean’s 8 Trailer 2

Warner Bros. has released the second movie trailer for Ocean’s 8 (2018). We previously published the first movie trailer here.

Ocean’s 8‘s plot synopsis: “Debbie Ocean [, Danny Ocean’s estranged sister,] gathers a crew to attempt an impossible heist at New York City’s yearly Met Gala.”

Gary Ross‘ Ocean’s 8 [...]

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