An official US trailer has been released for Hotel Mumbai. The movie recounts the true story of the 2008 terrorist attack on the Taj Hotel in Mumbai, India.
Starring in Hotel Mumbai is Dev Patel, Armie Hammer, Nazanin Boniadi, Anupam Kher, and Jason Isaacs. It’s directed by Anthony Maras, who is making his feature directorial debut, from a screenplay penned by Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World and Happy Feet writer John Collee.
You can find an official synopsis and the new trailer, as well as a recently released poster, below.
20th Century Fox has announced release dates for the recent hit Sorry to Bother You on digital, Blu-ray, and DVD, as well as a list of the bonus features that will be included in the home video release.
The movie is directed by hip-hop artist and activist Boots Riley, and stars Lakeith Stanfield as a struggling telemarketer who discovers the magical secret to achieving career success, which leads him into a strange new world. Tessa Thompson, Danny Glover, Terry Crews, Patton Oswalt, Jermaine Fowler, David Cross, Omari Hardwick, Steven Yeun, and Armie Hammer also star.
Continue below for the release dates and bonus features for Sorry to Bother You, as well as the Blu-ray and DVD specs and a look at some cover art.
It’s easy to say that indie darlings will be one of the most talked about films of the year, but for a film like Sorry to Bother You, it may live up to that.
Boots Riley‘s directorial effort is being hailed as one of the most wildly innovative films of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, and now it will hit theaters later this year. And believe me, the things that this trailer has, it is so out there, it’s going to make you want to see it as soon as it opens. Check out the first trailer for the film below.
Pixar’s Cars 3 is a huge change of pace for the franchise. The film sees Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) blindsided when a new generation of faster, more powerful, and younger racers join the racing circuit. Determined to stay in the sport that he loves, Lightning goes through a new-age training regiment with the help of Cruz Ramirez (Cristela Alonzo), an eager young technician who has her own plans for winning. And while they might not agree on which training method works, they discover they need each other to reach their goals more than they realized.
We were fortunate enough to attend the press day of Pixar’s latest animated film where the attendees talked about who inspires them, some of their personal struggles, how one person can make the difference, and more. Check out what they had so say here below.
Director: Brian Fee
Screenwriters: Kiel Murray, Bob Peterson, Mike Rich
Cast: Owen Wilson, Cristela Alonzo, Armie Hammer, Larry the Cable Guy, Bonnie Hunt, Nathan Fillion, Kerry Washington, Lea DeLaria
Distributor: Walt Disney Pictures
Rated PG| 109 Minutes
Release Date: June 16, 2017
One of the things that continues to impress me about Pixar’s Cars franchise is its resiliency and heart. Though it is considered to be one of Pixar’s weakest franchises, it managed to become a trilogy. It may not resonate as much with fans as some other Pixar films do, but Cars has continually shown that it has what it takes to be great. Even if it that means it needed to take two “very safe” films to get there. So Cars 3 doesn’t take any huge risks, it takes an unconventional approach to possibly ending Lightning McQueen’s (Owen Wilson) story.
While that is a bit refreshing for the franchise, it does come with its own set of issues and concerns. All of it depends on how you look at it. Check out my full review below.