In Wakefield, Bryan Cranston plays a successful New York lawyer, who, upon returning to his perfect suburban home one night, decides to take a nap in the attic above his garage. Days turn then into weeks, and weeks into month, as Howard Wakefield scavengers food from the trash, grows out a scruffy beard, and spies on his family from a rear window — all the while dissecting the trivialities of his seemingly idyllic (but clearly not idyllic) life. Cranston doesn’t want you to think about Walt while watching Wakefield, and the characters couldn’t be more different.
With a box office debut that beat expectations and a plan for six films from Haim Saban’s production company, Saban Entertainment, one’s not putting the cart before the horse if they start talking about a sequel to Power Rangers. “I think the most interesting thing for me would be, where we left off, the stakes being raised even more, to a global scale could be kind of fun,” said Dacre Montgomery, who plays the Red Ranger. RJ Cyler said he is looking for his character, the Blue Ranger, to make a connection of the romantic variety.
On Friday, a new generation of Power Rangers will assume the mantle, but before Ludi Lin, Naomi Scott, Dacre Montgomery, R.J. Cryler, and Becky G. morphed into their new suits, they had to first secure the parts. Yahoo welcomed the five new Power Rangers to our Los Angeles studios, and they told our Khail Anonymous exactly how they got the part.
Sneak peek at some of the movie-related toys that will test fans' willpower and wallet this year
First of the promo art for upcoming films studios will be revealing before and during the annual pop culture event running from July 21-24