Would you pay $270 for a photo with Chuck Norris? The action star charges a pricey fee for an autograph and a snap at Supanova Comic Con in Sydney...But a shot with film icon Kathleen Turner will only cost you $60 Supanova Comic Con brings glittering Hollywood celebrities to Sydney this weekend, but if you want a photo with your favourite film star, it will cost you. Of the three Tinseltown icons, a fan photo with Chuck, 78, is among the most expensive, coming in at a fee of $150.
This is the fourth superhero movie review I will write this year. People have been asking me, are you sick of them? The answer is yes.
Vickilyn Reynolds needs you to know some things about Hattie McDaniel. The first African-American actor to win an Academy Award, as "Mammy" in 1939's "Gone with the Wind," McDaniel is often dismissed and conflated with the stereotypical maid roles available to her in Hollywood at the time.
The original "Jurassic Park" airs on NBC ahead of the release of "Fallen Kingdom." And the comedian Howie Mandel narrates "Animals Doing Things."
According to the Hollywood Reporter , Wesley Snipes and Tituss Burgess have joined Eddie Murphy for upcoming Netflix film about the life and work of Rudy Ray Moore, The film revolves around the life of Rudy Ray Moore, best known for financing and starring in Dolemite, which appeared in 1975 and has been described as "one of the great blaxploitation movies" of the 1970s. The character was "the ultimate ghetto hero: a bad dude, profane, skilled at kung-fu, DRESSED TO KILL and hell-bent on protecting the community from evil menaces.
"Incredibles 2" is finally in theaters after 14 years, and with a 95% critics score on Rotten Tomatoes as of Friday morning, it seems to be worth the wait. But the Pixar follow-up is far from the only sequel to take so long to be made.
Bryan Mills in "Taken" inflicts pain and saves those he loves from scuzzball criminals with no idea they could hurt so badly.a Courtesy/Twentieth Century Fox Marlin might seem over-protective, but when Nemo, and later Dory, go missing, it's a good thing that this clownfish will never give up in finding those closest to him.
He battles dinosaurs and intergalactic creatures, so it's no surprise that Chris Pratt easily bested Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon in a game of "Box of Lies" on Thursday. How the game works is both players must take turns trying to stump each other about what item is hidden inside their mystery boxes.
Netflix has a lot of content, but some would say it's too much -- it can be hard to dig through it all to find what's worth watching. But that's where we've got you covered with our monthly updates on the best new movies on Netflix.