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Lumina : Exclusive Interview with Actor Eric Roberts and Director Gino Mckoy 

©Courtesy of Goldove Entertainment Lumina : A terrifying sci-fi thrill ride, Lumina follows four friends desperately searching for their abductee friend in a DUMB — DEEP UNDERGROUND MILITARY BASE. Whether they find their friend or not, what they find in the desert of the US to the sands of the Sahara, will change their lives forever….

MaXXXine / Video Review / Above the Line vs Below the Line Episode 42

Check out more of our video interviews on our YouTube channel. Film Critic : Edward Douglas  Edward Douglas has been writing about movies for over 20 years. 13 of those years was at ComingSoon.net, followed by writing for outlets such as Film Journal, Den of Geek, The New York Daily News, Gold Derby, Below the…

Brad Pitt’s F1 Movie Reveals Official Trailer, Title and Poster

©Brad Pitt in ‘F1’ poster. APPLE TV+ Brad Pitt is hitting the track in the first-look poster for his upcoming Formula 1 movie. Apple Original Films, the studio behind the motorsports drama, also announced the feature’s title will be F1, in a post on X/Twitter. The studio also share the trailer of the movie at the…

RADIOACTIVE: The Women of Three Mile Island : Exclusive Interview with Director Heidi Hutner, Subjects Beth Drazba & Paula Kinney

©Courtesy of RADIOACTIVE: The Women of Three Mile Island Check out more of CinemaDaily US’ video interviews on our YouTube channel Heidi Hutner, Director, Writer, and Producer, is an associate professor of Literature, Sustainability, Women’s and Gender Studies at Stony Brook University, and a scholar of nuclear and environmental history, literature, film, and ecofeminism. She is…

THE CROW Director Rupert Sanders Explains ‘It’s a Very Scrappy Indie Movie’

As we know, yet another film adaptation of James O’Barr’s graphic novel The Crow is in the works, this time by director Rupert Sanders. Starring Bill Skarsgård and FKA Twigs, the Lionsgate film will debut in theaters on August 23. Several other adaptations had been made over the years, including Alex Proyas’s 1994 version starring…

A Man of Reason (Who is No Stranger to Action)

©Epic Pictures  Su-hyuk broods hard, very much like the other titular men in “man” films, like Man on Fire (either of them) and The Man from Nowhere. He too is a jaded man of action, who must rescue an innocent child from a powerful criminal organization. After ten years in prison, Su-hyuk has no intention…

‘The Bear’ Season 3 : A Show That Keeps Following Its Own Rules

Jeremy Allen White, @Courtesy of FX Networks After a remarkable Season 1 and an even better Season 2, The Bear is back with another ten episodes that reaffirm the complete freedom of Christopher Storer’s creation. The creator and co-showrunner with Joanna Calo uses in fact Season 3 as a chance to go deeper into the…

Beverly Hills Cop: Axel 4 : Eddie Murphy Conjures Up the Ridiculous in the Midst of Mayhem

©Courtesy of Netflix  After forty years, Eddie Murphy is still going strong as Axel Foley, the comic cop who traded the mean streets of Detroit for the meaner but greener streets of Beverly Hills. Murphy was an aspiring 22-year-old when he appeared in the original Beverly Hills Cop movie in 1984, which grossed more than…

Meet the Men of Pioneering Japanese Reality Dating Show “The Boyfriend”

Get ready for an unforgettable summer of love and friendship with The Boyfriend. The newly released trailer introduces audiences to the nine young men who spend a month together in a beach house, running a coffee truck and experiencing the highs and lows of falling in love. Expect a blend of romance, camaraderie, jealousy, and everything in between — including…

‘UnPrisoned’: Exclusive Video Interview with Actors Marque Richardson & Faly Rakotohavana

Check out more of our video interviews on our YouTube channel. Exclusive Video Interview with Actor Marque Richardson Even the seemingly most successful career-driven professionals may not have a clear path of where they wish to lead their personal lives. That’s certainly true for Kerry Washington’s protagonist of Paige Alexander, a family and marriage therapist…

Iconic ‘Chinatown,’ ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ Writer Robert Towne Died at 89

Photo by Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films – © 1990   Robert Towne, the legendary Oscar-winning auteur noted especially for scripting Chinatown, died on July 1 in Los Angeles at the age of 89. Over a career spanning more than half a century, Towne scripted some of the most iconic films of his generation. His writing…