Cats

A lot of people are about to learn one of Broadway’s biggest secrets – which is that Cats is one of the weirdest musicals ever made. Most of the audiences for the stage show have simply expected to see actors jumping around in dopey costumes while singing about being a cat. Instead, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s… Continue reading Cats

Hobbs & Shaw

Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) in "Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw," directed by David Leitch.

Fans with moral fortitude knew to boycott 2017’s The Fate of the Furious over the repulsive development that crime lord Deckard Shaw was actually invited to a cookout after becoming a good guy in a convoluted twist – because, of course, there was a free seat at the table because Shaw had killed team member… Continue reading Hobbs & Shaw

Atlanta Prepares for The Suicide Squad

While prep work has already begun at Fayetteville’s Pinewood Studios, principal photography on director James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad isn’t expected to get underway in metro Atlanta until late September, lasting through January. Thankfully, Margot Robbie – whose related Birds of Prey is due for release Feb. 7 – will reprise her role as Harley… Continue reading Atlanta Prepares for The Suicide Squad

Avengers: Infinity War

First off, Captain America’s cell number has a 678 area code. So I guess that’s pretty cool. That’s about the only new thing of interest we learn about any of our beloved superheroes in the long-awaited Avengers: Infinity War. Otherwise, it’s two hours and 40 minutes of galaxy-spanning mayhem and physics-defying battle sequences, regularly peppered… Continue reading Avengers: Infinity War

Molly’s Game

Twelve years after a debilitating ski injury sidelines her Olympic aspirations, Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain) amasses a fortune running exclusive though illegal poker games at after hours clubs (Hollywood’s Viper Room was the actual location), using Hollywood actors to lure high stake players and eventually the Russian mob’s attention. When arrested in the middle of the… Continue reading Molly’s Game

Thor: Ragnarok

The film opens with Thor battling Surtur, a fire demon, before discovering that his mischievous brother Loki has taken Odin’s place as King back on Asgard! Though not on par with Winter Soldier or the Guardians movies, this break-in-the-action superhero flick is predominately a comedy with a cast that John Waters would kill for (since… Continue reading Thor: Ragnarok

November GA-Filmed Release/Premiere Dates

A Bad Moms Christmas, starring a lot of fake snow on McLendon Ave., opens in theaters November 1st… You can see Thor: Ragnarok, which did some shoots in Atlanta, beginning the night of November 2nd… The second season of IFC’s Stan Against Evil premieres November 1st at 10 p.m. ET…

The Mountain Between Us

If Alfred Hitchcock had made this film about survival in the High Uintas mountain range in Utah, the majority of the action would’ve centered around two strangers trapped in the fuselage of their wrecked propeller plane, which is exactly where Dutch-Palestinian director Hany Abu-Assad stages his best scenes. Unfortunately the couple ventures out into the… Continue reading The Mountain Between Us

The Dark Tower

Based on a series of short stories Stephen King wrote between 1978 and 1981, collected and subsequently expanded as his magnum opus, the eight-book Dark Tower series. Has the man ever had an original idea in his life? Well, not here, since Zebediah Killgrave was introduced in Marvel’s Daredevil #4 (dated October 1964) as The Purple Man… Continue reading The Dark Tower