Movie septologies are rare, which is a shame, because some series deserve it.
“I wanted, when Al comes out the door, for it to be a real crowd coming to their feet," Fogelman says. So he found his extras at a Chicago concert in Los Angeles.
In “Get Hard,” out Friday, a millionaire (Will Ferrell) is sentenced to prison and decides to learn the skills he needs by binge-watching “Orange Is the New Black.” That doesn’t work, so he hires Kevin Hart to teach him how to survive behind bars.
“I wanted Caleb to look like he’s not a superhero,” Elgort says. “It wouldn’t make sense in this film if he ran like everyone else, if it looked like he could keep up."
"In that world [of the movie] there’s a lot of deception and change of hearts, so it was good to not really know who’s good and who’s bad,” Morel said.
In “The Gunman,” out Friday, Sean Penn plays a man hired by a company to protect its mining interests in Africa.
“The Hunting Ground” looks at the range of experiences survivors of sexual assaults face — not only the repercussions of the assault itself, but of navigating through their school’s often-nonexistent support structures.
The film is about how various industries have whipped up debates around such well-researched things as cigarettes, pharmaceuticals, household chemicals and, now, climate change.
In “Cinderella,” out Friday, our titular princess (Lily James) learns the power of footwear when she’s given a pair of glass heels that are so high she might as well be walking on her tiptoes
Suns Cinema founders hope to raise $12,500 in 29 days to put toward electronic equipment, furniture and renovations at the space, a former cellphone shop at 3107 Mt. Pleasant St.