It was an Eastwood family affair this past weekend in Hollywood for Stacy Poitras’ Art Gallery Exhibition.
The anticipated sequel sports an all-new cast of the best up and coming actors in Hollywood and about $150 million dollars worth of action-packed battle scenes, but is it worth watching?
Below are a few recent sightings!
Exclusive: ‘The Fate of the Furious’ Director F. Gary Gray Talks Walker Legacy, Music Influences and Hyper-Masculinity
The lauded “Straight Outta Compton” director discusses his helming of the new Vin Diesel starring “Fate of the Furious” film.
With a strong sense of self-awareness and appetite for insanity, the F. Gary Gray directed “The Fate of the Furious” is an entertaining genre film that relishes in its ridiculousness.
Another DC film, another miss. While Suicide Squad brings together a bunch of fun characters and actually takes the time to develop them, it misses on just about every other level of filmmaking.
The Knockturnal had the chance to interview Director David Ayer and pick his brain a bit about Suicide Squad
Featuring some of DC’s biggest bad guys, Suicide Squad appears to be a wild and exciting ride for comic book fans to enjoy.
We all were civilized people living two years ago in an overly media drawn world, so it’s no surprise that Edward Snowden is a name synonymous with whistle blowing and government conspiracies.
And that’s why they’re making a movie about him. But before we get into the details, Nicolas Cage is going to be in this. Who? Perhaps another journalist at The Guardian? Maybe some government employee who can pull off his or her Harvey Keital impression? The possibilities are endless, and we can’t wait just for him alone.
Oh right, the movie. Joseph Gordon-Levitt will star as Edward Snowden, with Shailene Woodley at Lindsay Mills, Melissa Leo as Laura Poitras, Zachary Quinto as Glenn Greenwald, and Tom Wilkinson as Ewan MacAskill. The film will also star Scott Eastwood, Timothy Olyphant, Keith Stanfield, Rhys Ifans, Joely Richardson, and of course, Cage.
Directed by Oliver Stone, who also wrote the film along with Kieran Fitzgerald, the film is set to come out May 13, 2016. It will detail all of the whistle blowing that Snowden, as a computer program who worked for the CIA and NSA, shared to The Guardian. He shared plenty of classified information about the US government and their surveillance programs around the world, and has now become an advocate for privacy rights. You can watch the trailer below.