The stars of KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE Halle Berry and Pedro Pascal sat down with CineMovie's Valentina Patruno to talk about their kick ass roles in the sequel, and how are better spies - the British or the Americans.
Tom Welling joins season 3 of "Lucifer" and he's getting in the way of Lucifer's (Tom Ellis) plans to confess his real nature to Chloe. Now that there are two Toms on set, how do they navigate the name game? CineMovie sat down with the "Lucifer" stars to talk the new season and secrets from the set.
Peter Cullen and Frank Welker, the renowned voices of Optimus Prime and Megatron in the Transformers franchise, sat down together to talk about their voice over work in TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT which arrives on Blu-ray and DVD September 26. The veteran voice actors reveals some cool behind the scenes details about their time in the recording booth and what it’s like working with director Michael Bay.
It’s not easy overpowering Tom Cruise's presence on screen but actor Alejandro Edda commands Cruise’s character in AMERICAN MADE. Edda explains to CineMovie how he got over his intimidation of acting opposite Cruise, a few funny Tom Cruise stories and adventures with the super star. The Mexican actor also shares his experience in the recent Mexican earthquake while he was visiting his hometown of Puebla.
THE EXORCIST star Alfonso Herrera is currently shooting the second season of the FOX series in Vancouver. The Mexican-native tells CineMovie it's been rough being away from his home country in a time of need after the devastating earthquakes hit his hometown of Mexico City and the surrounding areas in Puebla, Morelos and earlier this month in Oaxaca. He explains how he's been coping being so far away from home and how others can help those in need. Watch below.
Dave Franco, Justin Theroux, Fred Armisen, Abbi Jacobson, Olivia Munn, Kumail Nanjiani, Michael Peña, Zach Woods, and the legendary Jackie Chan voice LEGO characters in the The LEGO NINJAGO® Movie, and they are revealing a few behind the scenes secrets.
2017 has seen one more film added to the list of perplexing creations. Based on the cultural phenomenon formed by a humble social app, The Emoji Movie had great potential, if handled with original vision and wit. The plot is set in the city of Textopolis, where Gene, a multi-expressional emoji, heads out to become as normal as other emojis and their single expressions. Unfortunately, the enthusiasm that went into its development, such as casting award-winners James Corden (Into the Woods, 2014) and Ilana Glazer (Broad City, 2014-2018), as well as T.J. Miller (Silicon Valley, 2014-2017) and Anna Faris (I Give It a Year, 2013), was not enough to impress its more demanding audiences. Critics on Rotten Tomatoes pointed out, among other things, a weakness in taste, plot and purpose, apart from it being little more than a promotional tool. Even though the $179,535,817 global box office likely soothed Sony Pictures Animation’s wounded pride, the fact remains that this flop may have damaged any dreams of future productions of this kind.
There's been plenty of movies about firefighters such as BACKDRAFT, LADDER 49, THE TOWERING INFERNO and countless others, but they've mostly been fictional. ONLY THE BRAVE, starring Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Taylor Kitsch, Jeff Bridges and Jennifer Connelly, tells the true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots and their heroic acts. Watch the new trailer.
It’s often an unwritten rule that the originals are always better than the remakes. This seems to apply not just with music but with movies too. We’ve seen it many times where an old film gets remade to bring it into the modern era, only for it to fall flat on its face. Some people often question the reasoning behind trying to reinvent a classic, as why should anyone try and fix something that isn’t broken?
Dolores Huerta along with Cesar Chavez fought to unionize farm workers, and she did it as a mother of 11. A new documentary, DOLORES, directed by Peter Bratt and produced by Carlos Santana, retells history from her point of view as a woman struggling against the biased norms that women should stay home with the children. CineMovie spoke to the iconic figure and DOLORES director Peter Bratt about the documentary and how it relates today in the age of Trump.