A sea of press gathered inside of Manhattan’s Metrograph Theater on Wednesday night for the Hulu series premiere of Wu-Tang: An American Saga.
Blood Brother is a fast-paced thriller, set in a Gotham-esque city rampaged by crime, where a group of four childhood friends plots to rob an armored truck with horribly violent consequences.
Blindspotting is a current and wildly entertaining depiction of race and class set against the backdrop in the rapidly gentrifying city of Oakland, California.
At the premiere of her visual album, Double Dutchess: Seeing Double, Fergie posed on the red carpet holding a “Milf $hake,” one of the Fergie-themed cocktails featured at the event (created by mixologist Adam Seger of The Tuck Room), and wearing a glittery dress with 80s inspired shoulder pads.
Filmed in a mere six weeks and set almost entirely in a tiny house in mid-19th century Nova Scotia, Maudie recounts the life of folk artist Maud Lewis, played by Sally Hawkins, and her relationship with longtime partner Everett Lewis, played by Ethan Hawke.
Following his debut film Krisha, director and writer Trey Edward Shults once again proves he is a talented psychological horror filmmaker in It Comes at Night.
“I loved it. I loved the style of filmmaking. I loved the style of noir. I used to watch it with my dad” -Adrien Brody.