Simply called Kingsman 3, it's set for theaters on November 8, 2019 in what’s being called the capper to the previous two-part series.
Reports on just who will be involved are mixed. Some stories indicate no actors are on board, but others claim Taron Egerton will reprise his role as Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin. Fans are hoping Colin Firth, Channing Tatum, Halle Berry and Jeff Bridges from the prior film will also appear.
The British Goldman has hinted that there will be third installment in the past, but this is the first confirmation. There are also rumors of a prequel in the works to the beloved action film, although its second chapter, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, killed off much of the secret organization.
No, you're not dreaming. Old Freddy has come a long way since the extra crispy child-murderer first popped up in Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984. Englund reprised the role over seven more movies, finally hanging up the claws for good — or so he said — after 2003's monster-mashup Freddy vs. Jason.
As a packed, emotional house discovered at the Tribeca screening of the show’s upcoming Kenya episode — the twelfth and final season premiere featuring "United Shades of America" host W. Kamau Bell — Bourdain wanted to emphasize a point that has sometimes gotten lost in his work. “I do my best,” he said of his exploratory travel around the world. “I look, I listen. But in the end, I know it’s my story. Not Kamau’s, not Kenya’s. Those stories have yet to be heard.”
The coda, which airs after the credits on the episode, is one that not even his producers quite understood when Bourdain wrote it. “We didn’t have any idea what he was talking about,” said director Morgan Fallon, with a small laugh. But after Bourdain died, they revisited the tape and “it was almost uncanny.” (This episode marks the last time that Bourdain’s narration will be featured on the show.)
The past week or so has been a busy one for fans of the Clown Prince of Crime, with more content pouring out onto the web than we can handle. From set pics to videos of Phoenix looking maniacal and even that clip of the actor in full Joker makeup which damn near broke the internet, there’s been a lot to take in. The goodies just keep on coming, too, with our first look at Deadpool 2 and "Atlanta" star Zazie Beetz arriving today via Just Jared.
Set in the Sydney of Beresford’s youth and based on the 1993 novel “The Women in Black” by his University of Sydney contemporary Madeleine St John, “Ladies” unfolds in the golden rays of summertime leading up to Christmas.
Cry Pretty also established 2018’s best-selling week for a female artist in any genre as the album sold 266,000 total copies in its first week of release, besting the mark set earlier this year by Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy.
Additionally, Cry Pretty also opened with the best-selling week for any country release in 2018, Billboard reports, and the best opening week since Luke Bryan
“We have paparazzi all over our set, at every turn. And it bums me out that they constantly put out their bad shots,” bemoaned Phillips on Instagram. “So I figure, may as well put out some good ones.”
The “Deadpool 2” star will play Sophie Dumond, a single mother struggling to make ends meet in Gotham City. And by the looks of Beetz in Phillips’ picture, the struggle is clear, with Sophie gripping the collar of her mutely-colored sweater while sporting unkempt hair and a distant, downtrodden gaze.
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Last night, the WWII zombie film from director Julius Avery and producer J.J. Abrams earned rave reviews at the genre-oriented film festival in Austin, with “Deadpool” creator Rob Liefeld and “Doctor Strange” writer C. Robert Cargill among those in the audience. Early tweets and reviews have been glowing, praising the film as a must-see for anyone who likes their horror films as enthusiastically nasty as possible.
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Comparisons have also been made to the video game series “Wolfenstein,” which has been putting a monster twist on the Nazis since 1981.
“I can’t even put a number to how many years I’ve been wanting a film adaptation of ‘Wolfenstein.
Variety caught up with the actor Saturday night at the premiere of his latest film, “Bad Times at the El Royale,” where Bridges reflected on the 20th anniversary of the cult hit. The “Only the Brave” star was amused at the thought of a “Big Lebowski” remake. Would he be interested?
“Yeah, if I was in it!” he said with a laugh.
“So many things flash,” he said, when asked about any memorable moments from filming “Big Lebowski.”
“I’m thinking of the day that I invited my wife to come, and my girls, to come visit me on set,” he said, launching into a story about a particularly memorable prank the cast had played on him. As he does with all of his films, Bridges was taking photos on set that day.
In a promo for the family comedy set in the ’80s, Beverly (Wendi McLendon-Covey) nonchalantly introduces Fredward, as she calls him, and asks, “Is there a Mrs. Krueger? Because I have a Rolodex.”
Patting him sweetly on the arm, she adds, “He’s just enchanting, very well-mannered,” then points out they have something in common. “We get our nails done at the same place.”
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Poor Bev. She must be oblivious to Freddy’s history of creeping into the dreams of teenagers and slashing them to pieces. Being the mama bear that she has proven to be when it comes to her three kids, she just might be the one person that can actually take him down.
Colette scored the highest per screen average since the limited release of Searching last month, earning $156,788 from the traditional four-screen L.A./N.Y. launch for a PSA of $39,197. Debuting at Sundance, the film stars Keira Knightley as Gabrielle Colette, the famed French novelist behind “Gigi” who struggled to earn credit for her work because of her domineering husband.
The Sisters Brothers stars Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly as the infamous 19th century assassins Eli and Charlie Sisters, who are sent to hunt down a chemist with a plan to strike it rich during the California Gold Rush. Also released on four screens, the Jacques Audiard-directed Western grossed $122,028 for a per screen average of $30,507.
In an effort to get the film out to the widest audience possible prior to the midterm election in November, “Fahrenheit 11/9” eschewed the traditional steady rollout release most documentaries take in favor of a wide release on 1,719 screens. But while independent trackers pegged the film for a $5-7 million opening, the film only grossed $3.1 million for a per screen average of just over $1,800.
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While that opening still ranks in the top 15 highest openings for documentaries, other Moore films
“Fahrenheit 11/9,” his scathing riff on the administration of Donald J. Trump, will
Davis writes that “roughly 40 years ago,” she had an appointment with the music exec “late in the workday. But I wasn’t suspicious.” “I was instead eager to try to place some of my
Canadian-born Renaud, who goes by “Doc” in the writers room, went to medical school to find a cure for paralysis after a motorcycle accident left him paralyzed at 19.
“When I went to medical school, the campus was not even accessible. I can’t tell you how
That takes its overseas total to $191.7 million for a global tally of $292.6 million. “The Nun” now ranks as the biggest “Conjuring” movie in 32 territories. It’s also the highest grossing Warner Bros. title of the year in 26 territories, including Colombia, Sweden, and Romania.
“The Nun” opened in Korea with $4.6 million on 824 screens, as well as France with $4.4 million in 348 locations. In Russia, it earned $4.3 million on 1,847 screens, making it the second-best opening for a horror film in that location. Other top launches included Italy ($2.9 million in 425 venues) and Norway.
Universal’s “Johnny English Strikes Again” came in third overseas with $17.2 million from 27 territories. Rowan Atkinson portrays the title character for the third installment in the Johnny English series. It opens in the U.S. in October. The British spy comedy picked
The estate-approved "Think: A Tribute to the Queen of Soul" arrives at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History this Tuesday and will exhibit until January 21st, 2019.
"This is an opportunity for people to come back and engage, reminisce and reflect," Wright museum board member Kelly Major Green told the Detroit Free Press. "It’s the beginning of a much longer expression of who Aretha is."
This $40 million Amblin-produced family film had been projected for an opening in the low $20 million range, but business picked up well after a $7.5 million Friday. Critical reception has been fairly solid, with a B+ on CinemaScore to join a 68 percent Rotten Tomatoes score.
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After inflation adjustment, this result matches the best opening for director Eli Roth, who up to this point has made gory horror films like “Cabin Fever” and the “Hostel” trilogy. His previous opening weekend best was scored by the first “Hostel” in 2006 with $19.5 million, which adjusts to $27.6 million in 2018 money.
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