She’s growing up on her own terms. Billie Eilish slammed haters who criticized her fashion choices.
26.05.2023 - 17:45 / deadline.com
“It was a contributor to the specialty box office, and I hope it will be again,” says Laemmle CEO Greg Laemmle of MoviePass, the subscription service that unsurprisingly went bankrupt in early 2020 after offering a movie a day for ten bucks a month.
A co-founder Stacy Spikes, who was pushed out amid strategic differences with new owners, including the $9.95 plan, acquired the assets out of bankruptcy in 2021. He relaunched MoviePass yesterday after months of beta testing. The movie-a-day-plan, which left the service subsidizing most tickets, “was never going to work,” Sikes tells Deadline. AMC had actually threatened to sue, saying the plan wasn’t sustainable and set consumers up “for ultimate disappointment down the road.” Its bankruptcy filing listed more than 12,000 subscribers it may have owned money to.
The new MoviePass has four tiers from $10 for 1-3 movies, to a limited availability $40 plan with 30 movies a month. Each plan also carries a specified number of credits, a new feature. So “On Friday or Saturday night you [use more credits] than a Tuesday matinee,” said Sikes. The old program didn’t differentiate, treating all tickets the same. Plans are for 2D standard screenings. They cost more in NY and LA. Tickets can only be reserved day of show.
Customers sign up through the MoviePass mobile app where they can buy and book seats for MoviePass partner chains directly. The company does’t list the names of its exhibition partners to date but the nation’s three biggest circuits AMC, Regal and Cinemark, are not on it. Tickets for their theaters, or any cinema in the U.S. that accepts Mastercard, can be booked via MoviePass but must be purchased (within 20 minutes, as previously) at the cinema with a MoviePass
She’s growing up on her own terms. Billie Eilish slammed haters who criticized her fashion choices.
A24’s Julia Louis-Dreyfus-starrer You Hurt My Feelings will top an estimated $1.7 million in limited nationwide release for the four-day holiday weekend, at the high end of expectations on 912 screens. That puts it at no. 8 at a domestic box office where Little Mermaid is making all the waves.
As the Writers Guild of America strike continues with no end in sight, rumours are swirling that the Directors Guild of America and SAG-ACTRA will be following suit when those unions’ contracts come up within the next few weeks.
Enough Said, to spin small-scale moral conflict into sharply observed, well-constructed comedy in You Hurt My Feelings (★★★★☆).In their previous outing, Louis-Dreyfus sparkled onscreen opposite James Gandolfini, playing an L.A. divorcée who discovers that the divorcé she’s dating happens to be recently divorced from the woman who’s become her new best friend.
Elizabeth Taylor Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ spoke out about the pending SAG-AFTRA strike authorization during the New York premiere of her new film “You Hurt My Feelings.” When the Emmy winner was asked if she will join the picket lines if the union calls for a stike, she told Variety on the red carpet, “You bet your fucking ass.” “I voted yes for the strike authorization,” Julia Louis-Dreyfus further explained before entering the screening at the DGA theater in Manhattan. “By the way, that doesn’t mean we’re striking. It just gives the board the ability to strike if they need to and I’m in favor of that. The issues that the Screen Actors Guild is facing are very similar to what the Writers Guild is facing; and even the DGA for that matter to certain extent…it’s time for us to stand up and get what we so rightfully deserve, which is a living wage, and particularly for the middle class in the Screen Actors Guild not to be squeezed out of the system all together.”
Chrishell Stause has taken a stance against death threats. Amid her ongoing drama with co-star Nicole Young, the alum and current reality star took to her Instagram Story with a message for anyone reading and watching. «It's been brought to my attention that Nicole's camp is reporting receiving death threats to several outlets. Being on a reality show on such a huge platforms makes for an influx of feedback and I am certainly not a stranger to death threats after six seasons,» Stause wrote.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is remembering the good and bad moments on the hit comedy show "Seinfeld." After making fans laugh for nearly a decade, the actress recalled the overwhelming emotion she felt when the sitcom came to a final close. "There was a real grief period when the show ended that was real and felt," she said in an interview with People. "Because we all loved each other so much." The "Veep" star continued to recall how the dynamic between her co-stars reflected off-screen just as much as on-screen.
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aired its final episode 25 years ago this month. The show and its lovable characters had not only become household names after nine glorious seasons on NBC, the show and its star-studded cast forever etched their names in pop culture lore and is now considered one of the greatest shows in television history.But there was also a sense of grief, and it was a feeling Julia Louis-Dreyfus says washed over her when the show aired the series finale in May 1998, drawing a whopping 76 million viewers. In the latest cover story, Louis-Dreyfus recalled her emotions after the hit show that launched her career came to an end.«There was a real grief period when the show ended that was real and felt,» she tells the outlet.
Louis Tomlinson's career has truly soared to new heights since he wrapped up his first-ever solo tour last year. In November 2022, he secured his first solo Number 1 album with Faith In The Future, going on to give fans a raw insight into his life in the Charlie Lightening-directed documentary All Of Those Voices.
Naman Ramachandran British actor Tobias Menzies, Emmy winner for Netflix’s “The Crown,” will next be seen in A24’s “You Hurt My Feelings,” directed by Nicole Holofcener. In the film, which bowed at Sundance earlier this year, Menzies plays Don, a psychologist whose long-standing happy marriage to author Beth (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) is upended when she overhears his honest reaction to her latest book. Menzies says that the initial brief provided by Holofcener was about a key aspect of his character – his insecurities about his looks and ageing. Going into the project, both Menzies and Holofcener, whose credits include comedy-drama films “Walking and Talking” (1996), “Friends with Money” (2006) and “Enough Said” (2013), were already keen to work with each other. The director cast the London-born star after watching “This Way Up,” the BAFTA-winning British television comedy in which he played straight man to stand-up comic Aisling Bea.
When Julia Louis-Dreyfus tied the knot with husband Brad Hall in 1987, she looked across the pond for inspiration when it came to her wedding gown.
“Isn’t it weird that I keep making my plots revolve around this?” Nicole Holofcener asks with a laugh. We’re talking about her new film “You Hurt My Feelings” (in theaters Friday), but we’re also talking about her very first feature, the wonderful “Walking and Talking,” in which a key moment of emotional turmoil occurs when a character accidentally overhears what another character really thinks of them.
Whoa! Ariana Madix has done several interviews since the big Scandoval reveal in the Vanderpump Rules finale. But ahead of the highly anticipated reunion, she’s revealing more than ever before.
Janelle Monáe, the non-binary, pansexual, futuristic superstar, is opening up about the softer, more sensual and indulgent shift she's taken in life that fans are getting a taste of with her new album, .In an intimate interview for 's Pride issue, the musician and star delves into her new era of liberation, and how the COVID-19 pandemic kicked off her new way to celebrate her autonomy and massive success.The 37-year-old explains to the outlet that she has «reoriented her world around pleasure» from a desire to quiet her mind and remain present. «I want things to feel so true to my life,» she explains. «I used to consider myself a futurist. I know what that means, to obsess about the next thing.
Matt Johnson’s film BlackBerry about the rise and fall of the world’s first smartphone passed $1.7 million its second week out with an estimated three-day gross of $525k in 595 theaters.
CANNES – Perhaps it was the fact we’ve reached the halfway point of the 2023 Cannes Film Festival and the media have reached an inevitable breaking point with lack of sleep. Or maybe it was the often (but not talways) demure personalities of “May December’s” Oscar-winning stars, Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman.
As Sanctuary, Zachary Wigon’s twisted tale of a dominatrix and her wealthy client, opens in NY and LA, David Lancaster of producer Rumble Films recalls a speedy 18-day shoot on a custom-made set in Brownsville, Brooklyn in late summer of 2021. It was Covid, so not the easiest time for indie financing.
Seinfeld.The actress became a comedy icon for playing Elaine Benes on the NBC sitcom. However, she wasn’t entirely fulfilled by the role when the show first aired in 1988, and subsequently asked co-creators Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld to give her character more to do.“Well, I never really approached it from the perspective of my gender, per se. I wanted to just play ball with everybody,” Louis-Dreyfus told The Daily Beast.“I’m not going to lie, in the beginning, I didn’t always have a lot to do in certain episodes.
Check the label on that garment hanging in your closet. If it reads “Made in China,” there’s a chance it was stitched together by one of the characters in Wang Bing’s documentary Youth (Spring), or someone like them.