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‘Gemini’ Trailer: Best Friends Kill Each Other All the Time
‘Gemini’ Trailer: Best Friends Kill Each Other All the Time
If all of my knowledge about Los Angeles was taken from movies I’ve seen (and, honestly, it is), I’d say that L.A. was full of high-profile murders, shifty-eyed detectives, and women who look very cool doing regular stuff. That’s certainly the vibe I get from the trailer of Aaron Katz’s Gemini, which stars Lola Kirke as an actress’s (Zoe Kravitz) personal assistant and buddy who gets wrapped up in a shocking murder mystery.
Meet the ’Human Friendipede‘ in New ‘Rough Night’ Trailer
Meet the ’Human Friendipede‘ in New ‘Rough Night’ Trailer
In just a few short weeks, Scarlett Johansson will band together with a group of the funniest women in showbiz for the nuttiest bachelorette party of their lives. It’s honestly astonishing we haven’t seen Kate McKinnon and Ilana Glazer in a movie together yet, but the time is now, and a new Red Band trailer shows us exactly the kind of hijinks we can expect.
‘Gemini’ Review: A Truly Thrilling Throwback Thriller
‘Gemini’ Review: A Truly Thrilling Throwback Thriller
Early on in Gemini, the new indie film from director Aaron Katz, John Cho’s Detective Ahn tells Lola Kirke’s Jill that it’s often some seemingly innocuous and overlooked detail that winds up being “the key to solving the whole thing.” That one line says as much about Gemini as its cool, reflective aesthetic, which tips its hat — without paying outright homage — to late ’80s and early ’90s thrillers, including films like Mulholland Dr., Lost Highway and the lesser-seen and under-loved Bad Influence.
Scarlett Johansson Gets Lit in ‘Rough Night’ Red Band Trailer
Scarlett Johansson Gets Lit in ‘Rough Night’ Red Band Trailer
Could this be it? Could Rough Night be the hilarious female ensemble comedy successor to Bridesmaids? A handful of films have made that promise since 2011; few have succeeded, many have disappointed, but Rough Night seems like a real winner based on this great red band trailer — appropriately released on International Women’s Day, no less. Starring Scarlett Johansson, Kate McKinnon, Ilana Glazer and Jillian Bell, you could hardly ask for a better ensemble of funny women.
First Look at Scarlett Johansson’s Comedy ‘Rough Night’
First Look at Scarlett Johansson’s Comedy ‘Rough Night’
Female-driven comedies are having what they call a “moment.” It’s like after Bridesmaids came out, studios discovered, hey, women can be funny too! The latest of these lady-driven entertainments is Rough Night, formerly titled Rock That Body (possibly renamed because of copyright issues with one Justin Timberlake), starring Scarlett Johansson, SNL’s Kate McKinnon, Zoe Kravitz, Ilana Glazer, and Jillian Bell, and Sony just released a first look.
‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ Unveils Full Voice Cast
‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ Unveils Full Voice Cast
FINALLY — no, really, for months we’ve been wondering when Warner Bros. might release a full cast list for The LEGO Batman Movie. Although several voice actors had already been announced, like Jenny Slate as Harley Quinn and Billy Dee Williams as Two-Face, there were plenty more that remained a mystery; like, who’s voicing Bane and Scarecrow and Riddler and all those other delightful Bat-villains? And now we finally know.
Zoe Kravitz Very Excited About the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Sequel
Zoe Kravitz Very Excited About the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Sequel
Zoe Kravitz was one of the surprise additions to the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them cast, and even more surprising when it was revealed in the movie that she plays Newt Scamander’s former love interest Leta Lestrange. She’s not in that movie for very long (not much more than a shot), but she’ll have a much bigger role in the sequels as the relationship between her and Newt is explored further.
A Key Character in ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Will Be in the Sequel
A Key Character in ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Will Be in the Sequel
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them made no secret of the fact that though it takes place an ocean and almost a century away, it’s still deeply tied to the Harry Potter universe. Johnny Depp plays the dark wizard Grindelwald, the Voldemort before Voldemort, in this movie and its sequels, and director David Yates is already casting for Dumbledore for the sequel, who we know used to be Grindelwald’s friend. Another character with close ties to Newt Scamander will appear in the Fantastic Beasts sequel, and bring the magizoologist’s past back with them. (Be warned: SPOILERS for Fantastic Beasts are contained in the following paragraphs.)

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