This may seem like a ton of movies, but this list barely scratches the surface of all the great titles featured on Paramount+. In addition to all the previously mentioned films, the streaming service also has great comedies like Let it Ride, Election, and Tropic Thunder, out-there ‘90s movies like eXistenZ, Trainspotting, and Face/Off, a whole lot of romance with the likes of Romeo and Juliet, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, and Grease Live, and then Samuel L. Jackson greats like Shaft.
If you want even more streaming options after reading about all these great films, take a look at our lists on the best movies on Netflix and best Amazon Prime movies, both of which are updated regularly.
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Leslie Odom Jr. may have have been the one to win the Tony Award for Hamilton but that musical won many other awards because of the combined work of a number of performers on the stage, as well as the design team and crew. Leslie Odom Jr. made his feature film debut in Redtails, a movie about the Tuskegee Airmen, where he played one of several pilots. He also recently appeared in Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express, a film that is, much like the Knives Out sequel, a whodunit with an incredibly impressive cast.
Not merely content to cheer from the sidelines, Alexandra Daddario paid tribute to the supposed resurrection of Bennifer in a very special photo on Twitter. Copying Jennifer Lopez’s recent outfit that may or may not have contained a flannel from the collection of Ben Affleck, Daddario posed for the shot in what looks like a hotel lobby. But the A+ caption work is the clincher, as fans of Halloween should heed the following message:
Lori Harvey is a successful model with a whopping 3.7 million followers at the time of writing this story. But she’s still got an air of mystery about her, especially where her relationship with Michael B. Jordan is concerned. As such, the public is no doubt thrilled to get a peak behind the curtain of this power couple.
A Jazzman’s Blues was directed and written by Tyler Perry and just wrapped production. The flick stars Ryan Eggold, Amirah Vann, Joshua Boone, Solea Pfeiffer, Brent Antonello, Milauna Jemai Jackson, and Brad Benedict. The story itself is an investigation into an unsolved mystery from 40 years prior and should be a good follow-up to Perry’s A Fall From Grace. It also sounds like the type of juicy content Netflix loves.
In fact, you can see a look from the set from Tyler Perry’s full Instagram post, below.
On the subject of old friends, it looks like two might be easily spotted in this picture. Most notably, and clearest of all, would be our look at the return of Allan Leech’s Thomas Branson. Sitting at the head of the table, the potential future heir to Downton Abbey may be the figure we’re seeing sat down to a meal and a conversation with the household staff.
We’ve had to wait longer than initially expected for John Wick: Chapter 4 due to a certain pandemic wreaking havoc on the film industry, but the next installment of the Keanu Reeves-led action franchise is finally about to begin principal photography. As such, in recent weeks, we’ve been learned who will be joining Reeves in the Chapter 4 cast, and today brings word that Army of the Dead actor Hiroyuki Sanada will be part of that lineup.
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Comic book movies are everywhere, but none have had the unprecedented life of Zack Snyder’s Justice League. After years of fan campaigning, the blockbuster was finally released as a four-hour streaming event on HBO Max. The Snyder Cut is currently available for home purchase abroad, and the titular filmmaker is thanking fans for its performance ahead of the US release.
Phase Four of the MCU is already underway with the Disney+ series WandaVision, The Falcon And The Winter Soldier, and Loki, but we’ve yet to see the first film in phase four. That will soon change, however, as the highly anticipated Black Widow is finally almost here! Black Widow finally gets her own movie, with Scarlett Johansson reprising her role as the titular character, of course, alongside Florence Pugh, David Harbour, O-T Fagbenle, Rachel Weisz, William Hurt, and Ray Winstone. Following the events of Captain America: Civil War, this next installment in the MCU sees Natasha Romanoff on the run and forced to confront her history as a spy and a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past.
We haven’t seen a Marvel Cinematic Universe film since summer of 2019, so fans are eagerly awaiting Black Widow (and those who saw test screenings are already comparing it to another MCU installment). After many delays due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Johansson’s movie will finally arrive on July 9 in theaters and simultaneously on Disney+ with Premier Access. Some critics have already seen early screenings, and they’re sharing their thoughts on social media, so let’s take a look.
Seeing the clip showed just how much effort goes into making those MCU action scenes appear otherworldly. Marvin Ross was able to play off the moment without injuring himself, which is a feat. Ross’s actual slip-up was barely noticeable, but his recovery made the moment seem scripted rather than an outtake. The way he caught himself before sticking the landing spoke to how professional and talented he is as a stunt performer. Honestly, the outtake was so good, it could’ve made the final cut for Spider-Man’s amazing introduction.
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