Hiddleston, while seemingly too old in his mid-30s to play the young Hank, does a fine job in capturing the ghostly golden god, whose expressive eyes can go from tender to menacing in a flash. He’s got his gangly swagger down, too, and at least a workable approximation of that haunting voice.
“While we can’t yet answer all of the questions associated with rehabilitating at-risk animals, we continue to witness amazing transformations, dogs that conquer their anxiety and fear despite years of devastating behavioral damage. These transformations change the trajectory of their lives,” said Matthew Bershadker, president and CEO of the ASPCA.
The fact that the film took 14 years to arrive —Nia Vardalos is again the star and writer — is both a blessing and a curse. It may have stoked huge interest — the original was a ginormous sleeper hit — but it also implies that we’re about to see something worth the wait. Instead, the script is a tired pastiche of what seem like the same gags we heard the first time. Greek families are big and affectionate! Greek families get involved in each other’s business! Greek families smother you with love! And so on.
“Garry Shandling was one of the most brilliant people I have ever known,” Billy Crystal tweeted. Steve Martin lauded Shandling’s “beautifully unpredictable mind” in a Twitter post.
Despite the popular 1970s television series starring Lynda Carter, this is the first time the lasso-wielding crusader has been in major live-action film
Studio estimates say “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” has earned an impressive $27.7 million from its preview screenings
The emotional fury of Cassavettes meeting the meandering lens of Terrence Malick.
“Someone’s got to go and get the key,” says creator and director Michael Counts, one of the early pioneers of immersive theater, during a backstage tour. “Use your imagination to figure it out.”
“As is the case with most movies based on historical events, ‘Spotlight’ contains fictionalized dialogue that was attributed to Mr. Dunn for dramatic effect,” Open Road said. “We acknowledge that Mr. Dunn was not part of the archdiocesan cover-up.”