A Quarter Mile at a Time: Emotional Intelligence in The Fast Saga

"I don’t have friends… I got family." When talking about the Fast Saga, it is hard to not bring up that oh so infamous and often memed line that, by itself, defines the entire franchise. The ‘friends are family’ trope is a well-worn one that has been done well (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2)…

Sundance 2020: ‘Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren & Stimpy Story’ Review – Ethics Get Questioned by the Ugly Truths of a Beloved Cartoon

Ren & Stimpy, the widely known program Nickelodeon probably wants people to slowly start forgetting. The scrawny chihuahua and blue-nosed cat blew up the cartoon industry in the early 90s, making way for the massive wave of animation auteurism that gave birth to many classics. It is completely fair to say that Spongebob Squarepants, Courage the…

Byron Howard & Jared Bush Set To Direct Disney’s Next Animated Film – Will Center On A Latinx Family (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Byron Howard and Jared Bush are set to direct Walt Disney Animation’s next film. Sources say that the film will center on a Latinx family, which is a huge step for Walt Disney Animation Studios. The studio has recently wrapped and released ‘Frozen 2’, which (excluding ‘The Lion King’) has become…

‘Babylon’ Character Details Revealed – Film Eyeing July Start Date in Los Angeles (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Damien Chazelle’s ‘Babylon’ is eyeing to begin filming in July in Los Angeles. We have also learned some new details regarding the two lead characters. Brad Pitt and Emma Stone are already signed on to star in the film however, these actors will not be in the lead roles. Sources say…

‘Uncharted’ Now Eyeing To Begin Filming In March In Berlin & Spain – Ruben Fleischer Finalised To Direct (EXCLUSIVE)

UPDATE: Chung Hoon-Chung has joined the crew as cinematographer for the film. Chung is known for his previous work as cinematographer on ‘IT’, ‘Zombieland 2: Double Tap’, ‘Earthquake Bird’ and ‘Hotel Artemis’. He has recently wrapped as cinematographer on Edgar Wright’s next film ‘Last Night In Soho’. We have learned that following the film’s release…

Brian Kirk Set To Direct ‘Citadel’ For The Russo Brothers & Amazon Studios (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Brian Kirk is set to direct an undisclosed amount of episodes for The Russo Brothers’ upcoming Amazon series ‘Citadel’. Brian Kirk is known for his recent film that was produced by The Russo Brothers ‘21 Bridges’. However, Kirk is no stranger to the small screen, as he has directed episodes of…

Francis Lawrence Set To Direct ‘Little Nemo In Slumberland’ Adaption For Netflix – Jason Momoa Set To Star (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Francis Lawrence is set to direct an adaption of Windsor Mccay’s ‘Little Nemo In Slumberland’ for Chernin Entertainment and Netflix. The film will follow the story of the book where a young girl, Nema, with the help of a large half-man/half-monster creature, travels to a mystical land in her dreams in…

Sandra Oh Cast In Iris K Shim’s ‘Umma’ – Produced By Sam Raimi (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Sandra Oh has joined the cast in the lead role of Iris K. Shim’s upcoming horror film ‘Umma’. Sam Raimi is set to produce the film through his production company, Raimi Productions. The production company was recently established and was previously behind Alexandre Aja’s ‘Crawl’, the story finding herself trapped in…

Sundance 2020: ‘Jumbo’ Review – An Out of the Ordinary, Yet Niche Love Story

No other film this year will take you on an emotional ride like Jumbo- quite literally. One of Sundance 2020's more unaccustomed films, this is the first feature from Belgian director/screenwriter Zoé Wittock. This could not be a louder proclamation of a debut; Wittock has gravitas and is here to shake conventional filmmaking. Rooted in…

‘The Report’ v. ‘Dark Waters’ – Two True Important Stories of Systemic Injustices

The Report and Dark Waters are a pair of recent releases about two very different yet equally important real-world topics. The former is a political drama while the latter is more of a legal thriller, but both are tasked with finding a way to unload boatloads of information onto an audience while still being an…