“No running. No diving.
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In today’s episode of Bingeworthy, our TV and streaming podcast host Mike DeAngelo uncovers the mystery of Apple TV+’s latest mystery series, “Monarch: Legacy of Monsters.” The show follows multiple characters in different eras on a twist-filled journey to uncover the mysteries of the organization at the center of the Godzilla MonsterVerse films. The show stars Kurt Russell, Wyatt Russell, Mari Yamamoto, Anders Holm, Kiersey Clemons, Ren Watabe, and more.
“No running. No diving.
Monarch: Legacy Of Monsters has earned praise from critics and fans alike.The actor stars alongside his son Wyatt Russell as older and younger versions of the same character, Lee Shaw, in the Apple TV+ series. The show is part of the MonsterVerse franchise, which spans 2014’s Godzilla, Kong: Skull Island, and other projects.Created by Chris Black and Matt Fraction, Monarch: Legacy Of Monsters follows members of the Monarch organisation as they encounter Godzilla and other monsters over the course of 50 years.
Fast & Furious filmmakers have been fined £800,000 ($1million) after one of their stuntmen suffered brain damage after a fall during production.
viewing of “Violent Night.”The “Home Improvement” alum, who is known for his portrayal of Saint Nick in his “The Santa Claus” film franchise, prefers watching more wholesome, family holiday movies — like his own.“I can’t watch another Santa Claus movie. Especially when they’re bad Santas,” Allen, 70, told The Post in a joint interview with his daughter, Elizabeth Allen-Dick, while promoting “The Santa Clauses.”“I know there are people that like the ugly Santa movies but sometimes I’m like, ‘Eh, I don’t know if I like bad Santas.’ You know, dressed up with knives and stabbing,” he added. “I don’t like that.”The comedian stepped into Santa’s shoes as Scott Calvin in 1994’s “The Santa Clause,” going on to make two more films and his Disney+ series, which is now in its second season.While other actors (Ed Asner in “Elf,” Richard Attenborough in “Miracle on 34th Street” and Kurt Russell in “The Christmas Chronicles”) have played a light-hearted Kriss Kringle, David Harbour and Billy Bob Thornton have taken on darker versions in 2022’s “Violent Night” and 2003’s “Bad Santa,” respectively.“I’m not judging other shows,” Allen insisted.
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Mick Jagger, 80; Keith Richards, who turns 80 Dec. 18; and Ronnie Wood, 76, are throwing in with the American Association of Retired Persons as the sponsor of their Stones Tour ’24 Hackney Diamonds, which kicks off April 28 in Houston.The two-month stadium trek — which includes a headlining show at the New Orleans Jazz Fest on May 2 and a MetLife Stadium stop in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on May 23, before wrapping up in Santa Clara, California on July 17 — is behind the Stones’ new album “Hackney Diamonds.”The band released its first LP of original material since 2005’s “A Bigger Bang” — and its first since the 2021 death of beloved drummer Charlie Watts — in October.Reflecting on the 18 years since their last album of new material in September, Jagger quipped, “We’ve been very lazy.”But, he added, “We didn’t want to make just any record and put it out … Before we went in [to make ‘Hackney Diamonds’], we all said, ‘We’ve got to make a record that we really love ourselves.’ Other people may like it, other people may not.
The status of a new “Star Trek” film has been in a somewhat nebulous state for years now. Sometimes, Paramount will announce the development of a new film.
An imagined conversation between two eminent historical figures who may or may not have ever met — nobody seems to know — forms the heart of Freud’s Last Session, an intellectual fable from Sony Pictures Classics that grew out of a play and, before that, a book and an Ivy League seminar.
Alexander Payne, director of The Holdovers, said he gets pushback for the kinds of films that he makes but he plans to persevere and hopes there will be more space for “human” stories in theaters.
Godzilla: The King of Monsters,” VFX supervisor Sean Konrad told The Post. “So the way he looks is canonized in a certain way.
EXCLUSIVE: Getting a leg-up here on our Thanksgiving stretch preview, Apple Studios production of Ridley Scott’s Napoleon will invade the global box office via Sony this Wednesday, in what’s shaping up to be a $46M WW global start.
When Bradley Cooper’s sophomore directorial outfit Maestro, an ambitious and extravagant Leonard Bernstein biopic, debuted at Venice, none of the film’s stars or crew made it on to the red carpet. SAG was 51 days deep into its strike against the studios.
Pedro Pascal could soon join the Marvel Cinematic Universe‘s Fantastic Four, according to reports.According to a report from Deadline Hollywood, the Mandalorian and The Last Of Us actor is in talks with Marvel to play the role of Reed Richards, also known as Mr. Fantastic, in an upcoming film adaptation of the Fantastic Four.Per Deadline Hollywood‘s sources, the Chilean-American actor has yet to come to terms with Marvel over the aforementioned role, but that negotiations are “headed in the right direction”.
Fantastic Four movie.The news comes to us from trade bible Deadline who are reporting that, while the deal is far from done, there is some serious chatter about the Narcos and The Mandalorian star playing the big Marvel character in a forthcoming movie at the studio.
Fantastic Four,” which will bring one of the most well known superhero teams in all of comics into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is zeroing in on one of its main leads. Pedro Pascal is currently being eyed to play Reed Richards, aka Mr. Fantastic, a brilliant scientist who gains the ability to bend and stretch his body like rubber following exposure to gamma rays during a scientific expedition to outer space.
After months of speculation over who might play Reed Richards aka Mr. Fantastic in Marvel Studios‘ Fantastic Four, the wait may be finally over. While a deal is far from done, sources tell Deadline that three-time Emmy nominee Pedro Pascal is in talks to play the leader of the iconic superhero team.
who died Oct. 28 at his California home of an apparent drowning.LeBlanc penned a touching tribute Tuesday via Instagram about Perry, nearly a week after he paid his respects at the late actor’s funeral in LA. “Matthew,” he began.
Rafa Sales Ross Guest Contributor Five years after opening the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam with his feature debut “Kabul, City in the Wind,” Afghanistan-born, Netherlands-based filmmaker Aboozar Amini returns to IDFA to present his latest, “Kabul, Year Zero,” at the festival’s industry section, Forum. The choice to return to IDFA was an obvious one to Amini and frequent collaborator Jia Zhao of Silk Road Film Salon, who is co-producing “Kabul, Year Zero” alongside Julia Niethammer for Chromosome and Heejung Oh for Seesaw Pictures.