Tag: Comedy Starring Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Jeremy Renner

Warner and New Line’s Tag debuted with $14.6 million in 3,382 theaters. The R-rated comedy, starring Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Jon Hamm, and Jeremy Renner, is based on a Wall Street Journal article about a group of grown men who play a longstanding game of tag. Those over the age of 25 accounted for 78% of audiences, with an […]

Roseanne: Spinoff Alive and Well at ABC without Star Barr

The proposed Roseanne spinoff is still alive at ABC, and negotiations have moved to a new phase due to its star’s concessions.

Cannes Film Fest 2018: Euphoria, Valeria Golino’s Sophomore Jinx–Melodrma around Gay Businessman

The second feature of Valeria Golino (still beter known as an actress) may not be a sophomore jinx, but it certainly is a disappointing film, due to the retro (in the negative sense of the term) and old-fashioned representation of gay life in Italy. Riccardo Scamarcio plays Matteo, a rich, elegant gay businessman who decides […]

Deadpool 2: Ryan Reynold Witty and Funny Sequel

Fox’s Deadpool 2 should grab the second place slot in its sophomore weekend with $54.5 million from 4,349 theaters. The addition should give the “Deadpool” sequel an 11-day total of around $220 million. Starring Ryan Reynolds, Deadpool 2 sees the titular antihero forming the X-Force in an effort to save a young mutant from Josh […]

Mary Shelley: Elle Fanning as the Famous Writer

 Image: Courtesy of TIFF Directed by Haifaa Al-Mansour, Mary Shelley shows the young author (Elle Fanning) falling in love with married Percy Shelley (Douglas Booth), thus beginning a life of travel, infidelity and loss. She wrote the original concept for Frankenstein (at the Geneve home of Lord Byron, played by Tom Sturridge), Mary Shelley (born […]