Looks like Netflix has a new prestige drama headed our way – can you dig it? I sure hope so, because it’s called The Dig, and it looks like the type of movie where everyone is dressed very well and behaves very properly. That’s not a knock, either – sometimes that sort of movie can be just what the doctor ordered. In The Dig, a widow hires an archeologist to excavate some burial mounds on her estate – and they may or may not contain treasure. I know the “burial mounds” thing makes this sound like a horror movie in disguise, but it’s not. Check out some The Dig first look images below.
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David Bowie passed away nearly five years ago after giving us a life full of incredible music, mesmerizing style, and endless inspiration. He’s a legend who deserves the ultimate biopic about his life and career. Unfortunately, the upcoming movie Stardust starring Johnny Flynn as the iconic recording artist doesn’t look like the kind of cinematic tribute that fans are waiting for.
The first Stardust trailer has arrived, and it looks like it’s desperately trying to be Bohemian Rhapsody, but with a much smaller window into David Bowie’s life and absolutely zero songs from The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, or any of his albums from over the years. Considering the movie seems to be leading to the creation of his famous persona, that feels like a problem. Read More »
With Bohemian Rhapsody cleaning up at the box office (and earning Oscar nominations to boot), it was only a matter of time before a David Bowie movie reared its glittery head. Stardust is that movie, and it will star Johnny Flynn as the young Bowie making his first visit to America in 1971. Marc Maron will also appear in the film as Bowie’s publicist, and Jena Malone will play Bowie’s wife at the time, Angie. But can anyone really capture the essence of David Bowie (other than Tilda Swinton)?
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Posted on Wednesday, November 12th, 2014 by Angie Han
Anne Hathaway earned a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her showstopping solo in Les Misérables, but in her new movie Song One she’s the one watching in awe as someone else provides the music. Kate Barker-Froyland‘s indie romance stars Hathaway as an anthropology Ph.D. candidate who returns to her estranged family in Brooklyn after a car accident puts her brother (Ben Rosenfield) in a coma.
In an attempt to get to know the man her brother has become, she starts to seek out the artists he loved best. Eventually she falls for his very favorite musician of all, a folk singer named James Forester (Johnny Flynn). Watch the Song One trailer after the jump.
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