The loving don’t stop for To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, which Netflix quickly granted a sequel after the teen romantic-comedy starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo became a surprise smash hit in 2018. Today, Netflix has revealed the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel release date which, fittingly, comes right before Valentine’s Day. The sequel, titled To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, premieres on Netflix in February 2020. But the announcement came with its own postscript: a third and final To All the Boys film is already in production.
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If the Netflix formula ain’t broke, then don’t fix it. And there isn’t a movie more built to the formula than the streaming giant’s upcoming romantic-comedy Falling Inn Love. Because get it? They fall in love…at an inn! Of course, there’s more to this Christina Milian-starring rom-com than that: the actress and singer stars as a city girl who moves to New Zealand to renovate an inn…and then she falls in love! It’s cheesy and generic, and you’re going to watch it and love it. Watch the Falling Inn Love trailer below.
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It’s August, which means it’s time for us to get our first trailers for Christmas movies. First on the docket: a romantic comedy starring Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding which seems all fluff and mistletoe, right? Probably not, if the title Last Christmas, which borrows from the beloved George Michael song that plays throughout the trailer, is anything to go by. Watch the Last Christmas trailer below.
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You can scrub the memory of the photorealistic lions out of your mind with the upcoming Lady and the Tramp live-action remake, which stars some very good real-life doggos. The canine cast of the Disney+ film is made up exclusively of rescue dogs, voiced by Tessa Thompson, Justin Theroux, Sam Elliott, Janelle Monáe, and more. See the Lady and the Tramp remake first look images.
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Romantic-comedies are happily seeing a resurgence lately, though they’re mostly relegated to the small screen. But when you’ve got charismatic heavy-hitters like Anne Hathaway and Tina Fey starring in your Amazon rom-com anthology series created by Sing Street director John Carney, any screen is worth it.
Hathaway and Fey are part of a sprawling cast for Modern Love, an upcoming anthology series based on the weekly New York Times column of the same name. Watch the Modern Love trailer below.
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Yesterday, the latest film from director Danny Boyle, had one of the all-time great movie premises: what if a struggling musician woke up to realize that the rest of the world had forgotten the music of The Beatles? The movie hit theaters at the end of last month and has made $68 million worldwide so far on a reported $26 million budget – not exactly a runaway hit, but not a failure, either.
Now writer Richard Curtis (Love Actually, Four Weddings and a Funeral, About Time) is sounding off about some of the alterations Boyle made to the screenplay, and you can judge for yourselves whether you think these Yesterday script changes improved or worsened the final product. Warning: spoilers ahead. Read More »
Last month, we got our first look at Steven Spielberg‘s remake of West Side Story starring Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler in the musical take on the classic star-crossed romance of Romeo & Juliet. That photo also included David Alvarez (Billy Elliott: The Musical) and Josh Andrés Rivera (Hamilton) as Maria’s brother and Sharks leader Bernardo and gang member Chino, respectively. But one key character was missing from that photo, and we’ve gotten a first look at her today. Read More »
Mike Newell‘s beloved 1994 rom-com Four Weddings and a Funeral is a bonafide classic that launched Hugh Grant to floppy-haired stardom and started a long partnership with the star and screenwriter Richard Curtis that blessed us with even more era-defining romantic-comedies. Now Four Weddings and a Funeral is getting a modern update for Hulu by notable rom-com lover Mindy Kaling. But this time, instead of a young and bashful Hugh Grant, we’re following the romantic trials and tribulations of Game of Thrones‘ Nathalie Emmanuel and her colorful group of American friends reuniting at a London wedding. Watch the Four Weddings and a Funeral trailer below.
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A live-action Disney remake of the 1989 film The Little Mermaid is inevitable. And since the studio’s track record with similar remakes of its animated classics is financially successful but creatively questionable, it’s frankly a bit hard to get genuinely excited about individual pieces of casting for future entries.
There are exceptions, of course: the entire cast of Jon Favreau’s The Lion King seems pretty perfect for their roles. And now The Little Mermaid may have joined its ranks by hooking two young actors for supporting roles: Jacob Tremblay (Room, The Predator) and Awkwafina (Ocean’s Eight, The Farewell). Read More »
Bill Condon, the Oscar-winning filmmaker who recently directed the live-action Beauty and the Beast for Disney, is back with a new movie, and this one does something that’s inexplicably never been done before: it pairs Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen on the big screen together for the first time ever.
The Good Liar, a twisty con man thriller based on the best-selling novel, looks like a throwback to the types of films that aren’t often made anymore: slick, well-produced, mid-budget theatrical events for adults. Check out the first trailer below and jump on the hype train early, because this looks like it could be a surprise favorite by the year’s end. Read More »