Le Mans ’66 / Ford v Ferrari - trailer
Batman and The Punisher. I’m in. (Though weirdly it’s called LE MANS ’66 in the UK, but FORD V FERRARI in the USA.)
Dolemite is My Name - trailer
Will Eddie Murphy be as superb as he was in DREAMGIRLS ?
The Aeronauts - trailer
The last time Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones teamed up was for the TV movie of the week, THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING . Let’s hope this is a step up.
Zombieland: Double Tap - trailer
The first felt fresh. Will the sequel add anything to the genre?
The Witcher - teaser
I want this to be epic in a LORD OF THE RINGS sense.
The Boys [season one]
THE BOYS [season one] ★★★★½
Power corrupts. What if the likes of Superman are malevolent? Whether cinema or television, this is one of the best superhero genre offerings out there. Intelligent, dark, and funny. Wait till you get to the scene with the dolphin, you’ll never look at Aquaman in the same way! Violent and sweary, it sh*ts on corporate greed and a myriad of other targets.
Jack Black - birthday
It is actor Jack Black’s birthday. His top 5 films:
- HIGH FIDELITY
- KING KONG
- KUNG FU PANDA
- MARGOT AT THE WEDDING
- TROPIC THUNDER
The Irishman - teaser trailer
THE IRISHMAN will close the London Film Festival 2019. I. Cannot. Wait.
The Mandalorian - trailer
Is it just me, or is one of the most exciting things about the new STAR WARS television show Werner Herzog’s presence? (The visual effects are very nifty too.)
Peter Stormare - birthday
It is actor Peter Stormare’s birthday. His top 5 films:
- 22 JUMP STREET
- JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2
- THE BIG LEBOWSKI
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