This November, book a ride on the famed Orient Express to soak in the Eurasian countryside, spend some quality time with a few familiar faces… and witness murder most foul. The latest adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic 1934 mystery is, itself, a throwback to lavish ’30s-era studio productions like Grand Hotel, which billed themselves as being filled with “more stars than there are Heaven.” In this case, Orient Express director Kenneth Branagh — who also stars Christie’s mustachioed detective, Hercule Poirot — surrounds himself with a cast that appeals to every audience demographic from Judi Dench and Derek Jacobi to Daisy Ridley and Leslie Odom Jr. The just-released second trailer for the film showcases its A-list ensemble and production values, which should go a long way towards making Christie’s oft-adapted story feel fresh and new.
2018 marks the 125th birthday of Beatrix Potter’s vegetable-jacking bunny, Peter Rabbit, who made his first appearance in an 1893 letter the author sent to a friend’s 5-year-old son. Directed by Easy A‘s Will Gluck, the new Peter Rabbit — which hops into theaters on Feb. 9 — possesses a distinctly 21st century attitude and sense of humor. For example, the present-day Peter (voiced by Corden) and his forest pals even throw a raucous house party in the humble abode of Mr. McGregor (Domhnall Gleeson).
As master of macabre hits milestone birthday, we ask him to revisit the adaptation that he believes didn't get a fair shake.
Bernie Casey, the former NFL star known for his work in the films “Boxcar Bertha” and “Revenge of the Nerds,” died on Tuesday in Los Angeles after a brief illness, Variety has confirmed. He was 78. Casey made his film debut in the 1969 sequel “Guns of the Magnificent Seven.” He then acted alongside fellow... Read more »
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