Steven Soderbergh's retirement from the world of big-screen movies certainly didn't last long as the director is currently shooting LOGAN LUCKY, a heist film set in the world of NASCAR which will mark Soderbergh's first feature-film since 2013's SIDE EFFECTS. Production on LOGAN LUCKY has been underway in Atlanta for a week and now THR reports that there's been a
Over the course of ten seasons and over two hundred episodes, The X-Files dipped their toes into the world of comedy on several occasions and most of the time, it worked out fairly well. Twentieth Century Fox is looking to build an entire show around those types of comedic X-Files episodes with Ghosted, a new series which is set to star Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) and Craig Robinson
Loosely combining “Final Destination” and a drawing-room mystery, the thriller “Tell Me How I Die” is a movie that plays better in the imagination than it does on the screen. Dull and drab, the film squanders an attractive young cast and a killer title. Set almost entirely at a snowbound scientific
Jackie Chan tries recapturing his “Shanghai Noon” and “Rush Hour” magic with “Skiptrace,” which sees the sexagenarian kung-fu king teaming up with vulgar American comedian Johnny Knoxville on a globe-hopping, crime-stopping adventure. All the principals are plenty capable, but this is hardly any
In many ways, writer-director Damien Lay’s World War I caper “Game of Aces” is a pretty cool achievement for a film that reportedly cost just $500,000. It’s handsomely shot, feels authentic in time and place and has a credibly old-fashioned vibe that evokes a classic Hollywood tale of war and deceit.