Queen is one of those bands that everyone sings along with when one of their trademark tunes comes on the radio. So it should come as no surprise that a rock biopic bearing the title of one of their most famous songs topped the box office last weekend.
Bohemian Rhapsody, the story of the unique rock band Queen and their energetic frontman Freddie Mercury, landed at the top of the box office this weekend. While projections had the movie making somewhere in the mid-$30 million range, the rock biopic exceeded expectations impressively with $50 million. But how did the rest of the box office openers fare? Read More »
Tiffany Haddish is a busy woman. Following her breakout role in last year’s mega-hit comedy Girls Trip, the hilarious actress/comedian parlayed her newfound fame into a leading role on the TBS series The Last O.G., and she’s also appearing in a trio of movies this year, including a new one for Paramount called Nobody’s Fool. Check out the first trailer below, which sees Haddish as a former jailbird who learns a shocking secret about her high-powered sister’s relationship.
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The Academy Awards are this Sunday and if you are anything like me you have a. . .mild interest in watching. Competition in the arts is, lets face it, a little silly. The Descendants and Tree of Life are both about troubled families, and are both brilliant, but how on earth do you compare the two?
But still, but still. . . the films nominated for major categories are almost always worth taking a look at. And some of ’em may have slipped under your radar. Hence this week’s feature on Recent Oscar Nominees You Probably Haven’t Seen.
To help narrow our focus, I decided to only pick Oscar nominees from the last 20 years. Since I normally select eight titles (I’ve been consistent, in case you haven’t noticed) I decided to do one from the Best Picture, Actor, Actress, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Director, Foreign Language and Animation categories. Sorry Best Original and Adapted Screenplays, we’ll get you next time. Read More »