The rules of Bodies Bodies Bodies is simple, all lights are turned off in David’s (Pete Davidson) remote mansion, and a few slips of paper determines which member of the group is the “killer.”
Director Mukunda Michael Dewil brings to theaters a gripping thriller, COLLIDE which chronicles three couples over the course of one fateful night in a restaurant set in Los Angeles.
Two years have passed, but tonight we are finally getting a new season of HBO’s Industry. The show, created and written by Mickey Down and Konrad Kay, followed a group of young graduates as they vied for a spot at a prestigious bank in London, Pierpont. Much like its sister show, Succession, Industry deals with business, sex, money, drugs, and everything that comes with the territory at working at a major company. This season, the show has expanded to include a new cast of characters, to join our main cast, who are no longer graduates, but full-time employees at Pierpoint. We meet Celeste (Katrine de Candole) one of the show’s few female execs who takes a liking to Yasmin, Venetia (Indy Lewis) a new graduate at Pierpoint not afraid to challenge the status quo, and Danny aka DVD (Alex Akpobome), an employee from the New York office here to make changes at Pierpoint London, although no one really understands his true intentions.
I got the opportunity to speak with newcomers Katrine, Indy, and Alex, as well as creators Mickey Down and Konrad Kay, and writing executive producer Jami O’Brien ahead of the premiere and they gave me the dish on how these new characters are shaking things up, what it was like to join the cast this season, what to make of the dynamic between Harper and Eric, and what it means to earn your spot versus being given it. Watch the full SPOILER FREE interview on YouTube.
Industry premieres August 1st at 9 pm on HBO and HBO Max. New episodes release each week.
Katie Holmes directed, produced, and is starring in the new film “Alone Together!”
Watch High School Musical: The Musical The Series Season 3 now streaming on Disney+!
Corbin Bleu’s success as a Disney star, musician, dancer and actor has been iconic to say the least. In 2006, He starred in High School Musical for one of his most memorable roles as Chad Danforth. After over 14 years since High School Musical 3, Corbin is back as a Wildcat. He returns to the HSM franchise playing himself in High School Musical: The Musical The Series.
The Knockturnal recently interviewed Corbin while he was promoting this new season of HSMTMTS. We talked about the amazing mind and leadership of director Kenny Ortega. Corbin told us about how Kenny helped create this amazing franchise and brought out greatness in the cast. We talked about the friendships he built during the years making these films and the emotional conclusion of HSM 3.
Corbin shared his excitement and optimism for the previous and future seasons of HSMTMTS. He is grateful that the series continues the legacy of the original films, while creating something unique for the current generation. Working on set with this cast of Wildcats was a fantastic experience for Corbin. There was a mutual respect between him and the younger actors, he explained to the Knockturnal. We even tried to get some insider info about the show’s season 3 soundtrack, but he declined to comment on whether he sings in the new season. We’ll have to tune in for the new music and episodes as Corbin and the HSMTMTS cast go to summer camp.
Corbin also told us about how he is proud of the diversity of roles he’s been able to work during his career. His producing, acting in film, his music and theater performances have provided some amazing experiences so far.
HSMTMTS season 3 is now streaming on Disney+ as HSM fans everywhere look forward to Corbin’s return to the franchise.
Exclusive: Neil Patrick Harris, Tisha Campbell, Marcia Gay Harden, Tuc Watkins, Emerson Brooks, & Brooks Ashmanskas Talk ‘Uncoupled’ [Video]
Stream Zombies 3 now on Disney+!
The popular Disney movie series Zombies concludes with Zombies 3. The final film in the trilogy is filled once again with amazing acting, dancing and music from our beloved characters. Leading the crew once again is Milo Manheim as the zombie football star Zed and the girl cheerleader Meg Donnelly. They shine once again with their beautiful romantic duets and leading their epic dance offs. Their town and school in Seabrook has changed dramatically since their first film. The zombies, wolves, and humans in Seabrook now face an alien invasion.
The Knockturnal spoke with the Zombies 3 stars. Milo and Meg star once again in the lead roles. Appearing in all three of the Zombies films is Carla Jeffery as Bree, Trevor Tordjman as Bucky and Kylee Russell as Eliza. The werewolves return again after first staring in Zombies 2. The leading werewolves include Chandler Kinney as Willa, Ariel Martin as Wynter and Pearce Joza as Wyatt. Appearing as the aliens for the first time in the Zombies universe is Terry Hu as A-spen, Matt Cornett as A-lan and Kyra Tantao as A-li. We spoke to this cast about their dancing, acting and music in this film. They shares their stories of team bonding and working together to create this epic film.
Zombies 3 is now available for streaming only on Disney+.
Ana de la Reguera is not afraid to be embarrassed.
In fact, she made an entire television show putting her embarrassing moments on full display.
The pilot begins with Ana being born to an audience of gynecologist students. According to her, it’s a true story….mostly. The series is full of truths, half-truths and stretched truths from the Mexican-born actress’ life. She’s not shy with giving the gory details, in either the show or in the interview. It’s chock-full of TMI. The show is funny, provocative, poignant and above all always true to Ana — from the silly to serious moments.
De la Reguera has a storied career as both a telenovela and Hollywood star, known to American audiences for her roles in “Narcos,” “Goliath” and “Nacho Libre.” Her fictionalized self in “Ana” navigates her career in film and personal life both North and South of the border.
She talked to the Knockturnal about drawing from personal experiences, being vulnerable, producing a bilingual show, representing LGBT characters, the impact of social media, shooting and living in both the US and Mexico, her favorite places to eat in Mexico and much more.
The second season of “Ana” kicked off July 22. It is available for streaming on Amazon Prime.
Fans of APPLETV+ are extremely excited because the beloved British comedy television series “Trying” has returned for season 3, and The Knockturnal was able to speak with lead actors, Rafe Spall and Esther Smith!
Steph Curry, Kelly Rowland, Michael B. Jordan and More Show Support at the Red Carpet Premiere of Jordan Peele’s New Sci Fi Horror Film, NOPE
From the director and writer of box office hit Get Out and Us, Jordan Peele introduces the sci-fi horror film, NOPE.