Uncut Gems Finally Has A Netflix Premiere Date

So let’s say you haven’t seen Uncut Gems yet. Maybe things have been busy during your big quarantine, and you’ve been burning through your watch list faster than Sonic The Hedgehog sampling the entirety of a chili cook-off. Or maybe you’re just waiting for the film to hit Netflix. In either case, it happens to the best of us; but in the specific instance we’ve just invoked, you won’t have to wait too long for results. As it turns out, Uncut Gems will be headed to Netflix’s streaming library on May 25.

Tom Holland Reveals What Was Going On With Uncharted When Coronavirus Happened

Tom Holland updated people on what happened with Uncharted while chatting with Justin Bieber on Instagram Live. First off, I can’t wait to see if this interaction leads to these two forming an actual friendship. More importantly, I can only imagine how Holland felt finally arriving to work on Uncharted in Germany, then not only having to go back home to London, but, like the rest of us, having to quarantine to help flatten that coronavirus curve. What a series of unfortunate events.

12 Behind-The-Scenes Facts You Might Not Know About The James Bond Movies

As Pierce Brosnan was, at the time, under contract as a star of the hit NBC show Remington Steele, he was unable to partake in playing James Bond in 1987’s The Living Daylights. But, as we previously discussed, Timothy Dalton finally got to shoot his shot as Bond as a result, leaving Brosnan to finally get the role in 1995’s Goldeneye, after Dalton left the series before a potential third outing.

I Am Legend’s Alternate Ending Wrapped Things Up Way Better Than What We Got

Much like Richard Matheson intended, Dr. Robert Neville is the boogeyman for the Hemocytes. Instead of sacrificing himself out of spite as a savior of humanity, in the alternate ending, he opts to leave the Hemocytes alone having now seen them for what they truly are. Which is funny, because throughout the film, we see a Time magazine cover that names him a savior, with his own addition of a question mark after that very word. It’s as if the film is not only building his character with that moment, it’s also openly asking us to question our feelings for this character, and ultimately his ending.

Shazam! Director Gives Update About The Sequel

We’ll see how long this goes, because I mean, we were going to start shooting this year. But, I mean, who knows how long this will go on? I mean, it feels like every movie gets delayed now, so we’ll see what happens with Shazam!. But so far, I’ve been working on the script. We can still do that, so that’s being done and then, yeah, we’ll just see in a couple of months how it looks, you know?

Doctor Strange 2: What We Know So Far About The Multiverse Of Madness

Who Is Directing Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness?

The answer to the question of who is directing Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness is a complicated one, as it has changed over the course of the project’s development. As of right now, Sam Raimi will direct.

Scott Derrickson Was Originally Signed On

When the film was first announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Kevin Feige announced that Scott Derrickson, who directed the first Doctor Strange solo film, was going to be coming back and taking the helm of the sequel. At that time it was also confirmed that Derrickson would be taking care of the script alongside his longtime writing partner C. Robert Cargill.

Two Movies Are Heavily Benefiting From Netflix Releases Right Now

Badland, which came out just five months ago as both a limited theatrical release and on VOD, follows Kevin Makely’s Mathias Breecher, a detective who’s hired to hunt down the worst of the Confederate war criminals across the Old West, but he finds his resolve tested when he meets Mira Sorvino’s Sarah Cooke, a pioneer woman who’s far more than she seems. The cast also included Bruce Dern, Wes Studi, Trace Adkins and Tony Todd, among others. Unlike Blood Father, Badland wasn’t nearly as positively received, ranking at 43% among critics on Rotten Tomatoes.

Frozen II’s Josh Gad Wants To Play Olaf Again, But Not How You’d Think

Over the past few years, one Disney animated blockbuster has dominated pop culture. Frozen is a phenomenon, with fans of all ages refusing to let the musical adventure go. The House of Mouse broke new ground by producing a bonafide theatrical sequel with Frozen II, which made a ton of money at the box office before eventually heading to Disney+. Josh Gad voices the adorable singing snowman Olaf in the franchise, and he’s down to reprise his role again. Just not in the way you might think.