Odds are, you've probably heard or seen something about the film "Crazy Rich Asians" which hits theaters today. "Good Morning America" has put together a cheat sheet to give you all the information you need before you buy your ticket. 1. The movie has historic and cultural significance: "Crazy Rich Asians" stars Constance Wu as Rachel Chu, a New Yorker who travels to Singapore with her boyfriend, Nick Young, played by Henry Golding, only to discover that his family is one of the wealthiest in Asia.
The late John Lennon's son, Sean, took to his Instagram page on Monday to post a photo of himself with Paul McCartney's son, James. The Lennon and McCartney boys are both singer/songwriters -- as is George Harrison's son, Dhani -- and Beatles fans have long been curious about what would happen if the Fab Four members' various musical progeny actually collaborated.
"The Bachelorette" is coming to a close and "Bachelor in Paradise" and "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" are making their triumphant returns. Television's famous family is back (did they ever really go away?) for the 15th season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." You can keep up with them on E! starting at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The worlds of Saul Goodman and Walter White will finally collide.
The movie doesn't yet have a title but Paramount has revealed a breathtaking shot of the kick-butt "Women of the New Terminator" movie. Against a background of a bombed-out highway, the photo shows actresses Natalia Reyes, a shredded and scarred Mackenzie Davis, and yes, original "Terminator" series star Linda Hamilton, looking fierce. Hamilton played Sarah Connor in James Cameron's 1984 original and in its 1991 blockbuster sequel, "Terminator: Judgment Day." In the original film, Connor is a waitress who learns the son she has one day becomes the savior of mankind in a war against the machines.
From a handful of new Netflix releases to a few very different new films hitting the theaters, "Good Morning America" has compiled a rundown of what you'll want to pay attention to this week in pop culture. At last, viewers will get to see “Die Hard” institution Bruce Willis get skewered by Edward Norton, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Cybill Shepherd and (surprise guest) ex-wife Demi Moore when “The Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis” airs on Comedy Central.
Actresses Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska are set to answer the call from Charlie, in a "modern and global" retelling of "Charlie's Angels" directed by "Pitch Perfect" star Elizabeth Banks. The Sony Pictures project, set for a September 27, 2019 release, will also be co-written by Banks. "'Charlie’s Angels,' for me, is one of the original brands to celebrate the empowered woman since its debut in the 70s," Banks notes in a statement.
Although Angela Bassett stars in "Mission Impossible -- Fallout," out this weekend, fans are still buzzing about her other blockbuster hit, "Black Panther." The actress, who played Queen Ramonda in the super hero flick, said she knows exactly where we might find her character in the forthcoming sequel. "Black Panther" centers on Chadwick Boseman's Prince T'Challa, who becomes reigning king of the fictional African country of Wakanda.
"Coming to America" is coming to theaters, again. The 1988 Cinderella-esque comedy, starring Eddie Murphy as Prince Akeem, who traveled to New York's Queens to find a bride, is celebrating its 30th anniversary Tuesday. It will be called "Coming 2 America," according to the sequel's IMDb page.
An awards show, TV premieres and a slew of new music releases: This is a big week for pop culture. Between a juicy new novel, the Season 2 premiere of "GLOW" and Hugh Grant's return to TV, we wish you the best of luck trying to cram it all in before the week ends! The revamped version features actress Liza Koshy as the host, and like the original, will feature two teams competing for prizes by answering trivia questions, taking on physical challenges, and of course, completing a wacky obstacle course.
AMC Theatres introduced a new subscription-based program on Wednesday aimed at giving MoviePass some competition. AMC Stubs A-List, which rolls out June 26, will allow members to see three movies each week for a monthly fee of $19.95. "We believe that our current and future loyal guests will be interested in this type of program, as AMC Stubs A-List rewards guests with something that no one else offers: the very best of AMC, including IMAX, Dolby Cinema and RealD 3D up to three times per week, for one simple, sustainable price," AMC Theatres CEO and president Adam Aron said in a statement obtained by CNN Money.
Brolin stopped by "Good Morning America" Wednesday to chat about the new movie and what it's like to work with his "Avengers: Infinity War" co-star, Benicio Del Toro, on more than one project. Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin brought #SicarioMovie to New York City at last night's special screening.
A new week is starting, which means there's a whole slew of new movies, TV premieres and albums coming your way. "Good Morning America" compiled some of the week's most noteworthy moments in entertainment, to help you create your best week in pop culture.
Directed by and starring Bradley Cooper, the movie also features Lady Gaga, also known as Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanott, in her big screen debut. Gaga, completely without the glam trappings, plays an aspiring singer/songwriter named Ally, while Cooper plays singer Jackson Maine. Dave Chappelle, Sam Elliott and Andrew Dice Clay co-star in the movie, which is due to hit theaters Oct. 5.
With temperatures climbing every day, some may find comfort in cranking the air conditioning and settling in to watch a movie or a favorite TV show.Netflix, Hulu and Amazon have announced new titles coming to their streaming services for this month, and, per usual, there's something for everyone.Netflix will be rolling out season two of its original shows "Queer Eye" and "Glow," while Hulu has good news for "Lord of the Rings" fans: all three fantasy films are available today.Meanwhile, 2018 Oscar-nominated films "Disaster Artist" and "Ladybird" are rolling out on Amazon. ...
Filmmakers behind the new children's movie "Show Dogs" have announced that the film will be further edited to appease critics who have deemed it inappropriate for younger audience members. Amid outrage that dog show judging scenes depict one canine telling another that he should be comfortable having his genitals touched, Global Road Entertainment stated that they would be removed from the film. The updated version of "Show Dogs," which is rated PG, will be available this weekend.
A new clip released today shows the first time Han Solo and Chewbacca come together to pilot the Millennium Falcon as they try to outrun some serious Imperial entanglements. In the clip, Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) and Qi’ra (Emilia Clarke) are at Falcon’s controls as a frustrated Chewbacca (Joonas Suotamo) watches from behind. “Since when do you know how to fly?” Han asks as TIE fighters close in.
A new "Ocean's 8" trailer was released today, giving fans another glimpse into the upcoming female-fronted film. The heist movie, a spinoff of the "Ocean's 11" franchise starring George Clooney, follows Sandra Bullock's Debbie Ocean, a relative of Clooney's Danny Ocean, as she recruits a team of thieves to help her rob the fashion event of the year, the Met Ball. The star-studded cast includes Mindy Kaling as a jewelry forger, Rihanna as a computer hacker and Helena Bonham Carter as a fashion designer.
"The Breakfast Club" star Molly Ringwald is sounding off about her iconic 1980s film, writing in a recent New Yorker op-ed that many scenes don't hold up -- especially after the #MeToo movement has shed more light on sexual harassment issues that permeate our society. In her essay, Ringwald, 50, recalled feeling uneasy when her daughter asked to watch the 1985 John Hughes' film with her, "but my daughter insisted that her friends had already seen it, and she said she didn’t want to watch it for the first time in front of other people," she wrote. "The Breakfast Club" centers on five high school students, who meet while serving a Saturday detention.
It's Easter and many are celebrating Christianity's holy holiday. No judgment here! In fact, while you're sitting on the couch, enjoying Easter, here are some family-friendly, faith-based films to keep you in the holiday spirit.
The actor took to social media to make it clear that he did not know that a dog had been allegedly mistreated during filming and added that he has made his feelings known to producers. "I’ve just been made aware and seen a video from the set of a film I worked on in China. My heart is broken to see any animal treated this way," Morrison tweeted Friday.
It's finally here! Marvel released a new "Avengers: Infinity War" trailer and fans are freaking out -- for good reason.The lengthy trailer -- it clocks in at 2 minutes and 18 seconds -- features tons of our favorite superheroes, including the "Avengers," "Guardians of the Galaxy," "Doctor Strange," "Spider-Man" and the latest fan favorite, "Black Panther."'Avengers: Infinity War' trailer debuts on 'GMA,' features Thanos, heroes united and more'Avengers: Infinity War' stars announce Marvel's new charitable campaignBut before we give all of the details away, here's what you might have missed:1. ...
After millions of moviegoers packed theaters around the world, there's been one resounding question on the minds of all "Black Panther" fans -- was Erik Killmonger really a villain? Killmonger, portrayed voraciously by Michael B. Jordan, was the forgotten son of Wakanda, abandoned in Oakland, California, after his father, Prince N'Jobu was suddenly killed.
Sharpe's review, which has been cracking up the internet, has now been viewed nearly 560,000 times. "At the time it seemed logical and then the next day, I was like, 'Hey, did I just meet Black Panther,'" Sharpe added.
After "Notting Hill" star Emma Chambers died last week her co-star took to Twitter to remember the British actress in a sentimental tweet.Chambers died of natural causes on Wednesday, her agent confirmed to ABC News. She was 53.The actress' "Notting Hill" co-star Hugh Grant remembered Chambers on Twitter Saturday, writing: "Emma Chambers was a hilarious and very warm person and of course a brilliant actress. Very sad news."Emma Chambers was a hilarious and very warm person and of course a brilliant actress. Very sad news. ...
Marvel's blockbuster hit "Black Panther" is making a positive impact far and wide, and actress Danai Gurira said the movie's unique perspective is transcending in ways she never imagined. Gurira, 40, told "Good Morning America" there is a "reclaiming" taking place in Africa right now.