Here are our pop culture picks for Sept. 13-19, including the best deals we could find for each.
Reynolds called his "Switching Channels" love interest overrated in an interview last year, months before his death.
Christopher Nolan’s next movie now has a title and a rounded-out cast, as Warner Bros. announced on Wednesday that it is called “Tenet.”John David Washington leads the previously announced cast that also stars Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki. And joining the project are Dimple Kapadia, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh.Filming has also now begun on “Tenet,” which is being filmed on location across seven countries and is described only as an action epic evolving from the world of international espionage. Nolan will further be shooting “Tenet” in a combination of IMAX and 70mm film.Also Read: Christopher Nolan Is Trying to Make Sure His Movies Won't Look Weird on TVWarner Bros. has additionally unveiled the creative team on the project. Hoyte van Hoytema (“Dunkirk,” “Interstellar”) is the director of photography, Nathan Crowley is the production designer, Jennifer Lane is the editor, Jeffrey Kurland designed the costumes, Andrew Jackson is the visual effects supervisor, and Ludwig Göransson, an Oscar winner for “Black Panther,” is composing the score.Nolan is producing the film with Emma Thomas based on his own screenplay, and this will be the director’s 10th feature. Thomas Hayslip is serving as executive producer.Pattinson previously told USA Today that he was “sworn to secrecy” in discussing “Tenet,” but that he was blown away by Nolan’s action epic.Also Read: The Oscar Legacy of 'The Dark Knight': Christopher Nolan's Hit Changed the Rules, But Did That Even Matter?“I got locked in a room to read the script — I don’t have it myself,” Pattinson told USA Today. “I’ve been a little wary of doing big movies for years and years, but there’s just something about Chris Nolan’s stuff. He seems like the only director now who can do what is essentially a very personal, independent movie that has huge scale. I read the script and it’s unreal.”Caine has starred in nearly every Christopher Nolan movie dating back to “Batman Begins,” and he had an uncredited voice part in “Dunkirk,” which also starred Branagh. Posey is best known for “In Bruges” and her work in the Harry Potter films as Fleur Delacour. Taylor-Johnson will next star in the third “Kingsman” film. Kapadia is a Bollywood star.Warner Bros. is distributing “Tenet” worldwide and has slated the film for a July 17, 2020 release.Read original story Christopher Nolan’s New Film Gets a Title as Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Caine Join the Cast At TheWrap
Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Alan Arkin stopped by Today to promote their movie, Going in Style, even though, well, they didn’t really get around to promoting their movie.
In the upcoming senior-citizen heist comedy Going In Style, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Alan Arkin star as a retired trio who decide to take matters into their own hands when banks obliterate their pensions — by robbing those very same financial institutions to get their money back. In keeping with his character’s old-school ways, Freeman has some words of advice for today’s new-school viewers in a clip (watch it above), debuting exclusively at Yahoo Movies. Freeman explains to those among us who can’t make a move without their smartphones that all is not lost if they need to figure out how to get to a particular destination, but, say, their device has gone dead with no charger in sight.
Oscar-winning actor Sir Michael Caine, 84, recently opened up and shared his thoughts on mortality. In an interview with the Sun, the veteran actor revealed, “I know my days are numbered, and that’s the main worry.”
The controversy surrounding this year’s lack of diversity at the Academy Awards has seen a new player enter the game - Michael Caine. While chatting with the BBC’s Nick Robinson, the legendary actor talked about the situation in a way that could be best described as out of touch. There are zero reasonable people who are arguing that mediocre performances in movies should result in Oscars because of race.