Entertainment One of the best movies of the year: The praise hymns for the new Nicolas Cage movie promise a real highlight
Ben Wheatley: 'Blue-collar' action movies are 'out of fashion'
Ben Wheatley thinks movies like 'The Meg' have "gone out of fashion" so he's looking forward to reigniting the genre with the shark story's sequel.The 48-year-old filmmaker is set to direct 'Meg 2: The Trench' - a follow-up to the 2018 action movie about a giant prehistoric shark - and is looking forward to bringing back to cinemas the sort of blockbuster that used to be hugely popular.
No, it's not all bad, but the very large times ofbelongs to the past. Instead, he is now passionate about the independent direct-to-DVD segment, where he returns to some cucumbers and again strong surprises such as " " or " ". That's the exceptions.
Now Nicolas Cage seems to be able to show a real board in his VITA again after the meetings of his last films - Behavior's behavior failed. "" by , in which a truffle hunter (Cage) does everything to get back to his kidnapped pig will be overwhelmed with praise hymns.
Orange Is the New Black star plays a racist Karen in new horror movie
Get Out meets SNL.
"Pig" receives applause and Nicolas Cage can hardly believe it even
Video: Horror Made in Germany: This Netflix movie is not for weak nerves (Glomex)
in the course of the premiere of "Pig" in Los Angeles said Nicolas Cage a few days ago, baffled over the almost continuous positive response (eg ". Also, Nicolas Cage has been extremely: " I could not imagine a movie removed from 'John Wick' as 'Pig'. " instead, "Pig" should be a deep-string, existentialist drama about the primeval connection of man and nature.Amazon Prime Video Cancelts His Interesting Serial Project - Despite the Perfect Role for Nicolas Cage
Also explains Nicolas Cage that a return to the blockbuster cinema is no longer for him to the debate: "I do not know if I'll ever return to the Jerry Bruckheimer's spectacles again because I think that there is a fear of anxiety in the studio system, which is quite suffocating. "
Sarah Ferguson in talks to turn book 'Her Heart for a Compass' into TV series .
The Duchess of York is looking into a 'Bridgerton-inspired TV adaptation of her debut adult novel.The 61-year-old Duchess of York is said to be in talks with streaming platforms to turn her book into a TV series in the style of Julia Quinn's "Bridgerton" series. She is "already working on a treatment" of her novel.