The stars were out on Friday night at the Tribeca Film Festival for the world premiere of 1950s crime drama ‘No Sudden Move’.
Exclusive: Emily Blunt, Jamie Dornan, Jon Hamm & John Patrick Shanley Talk ‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ [Video]
It is the sweetest and quirkiest film of 2020. Wild Mountain Thyme, a play turned film by John Patrick Shanley, is a love letter to Ireland and despite the big names on screen, no one beams more than The Land of Saints and Scholars.
“Houston, we have a problem!”
Not often does a movie come out that is this entertaining and fun to look at!
“Not everything is as it seems.”
We are excited to share the exclusive details about award-winner Jon Hamm, presenter John Krasinski and leading-man Chris Evans’ red-carpet looks for the 2016 Golden Globe Awards.
There’s something funnier about physical gag comedy. Almost all comedies these days are full of conversational humor, full of jokes that characters retort back to one another in an effort to make those comedies all the more hilarious. And then there’s Edgar Wright’s films, like Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, and more. If there’s only one thing that could be said about those films, it’s that they use physical humor to make you laugh and possibly choke on that popcorn.
That choking is exactly why we’re excited for Baby Driver, a new film he wrote and directed, starring Kevin Spacey, Jon Hamm, Ansel Elgort, and Jamie Foxx. The film revolves around a crime boss who forces a getaway driver to work for him as one of his employees is a trigger-happy cop killer. Spacey will play the crime lord who has worked his way up to earn that name, while Hamm will play the bank robber who kills cops, and Elgort will play the young getaway driver. Lily James will also play a waitress who acts as the love interest for Elgort, all the while Foxx is signed onto the project but his role is unknown at the current moment.
The film is set to come out March 17, 2017, however, so we’ll have a while to wait before it comes out.
Leading the pack are the usual shows in Mad Men, Game of Thrones, and Downton Abbey, while some new faces make their first appearances such as Better Call Saul, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Orphan Black