More On: Emily Blunt John Krasinski & Emily Blunt Returning For ‘A Quiet Place’ Sequel Marie Kondo is our Real Life Mary Poppins James Corden, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Emily Blunt Perform 22 Musicals in One Take on 'The Late Late Show' Mary Wickes, The Original On-Screen Mary Poppins, Was "Devastated" When Walt Disney Snubbed Her For The Iconic Movie Role There’s no denying the magic of Mary Poppins Returns. Hitting theaters in late 2018, the sequel to the iconic original of the same name features Emily Blunt as the legendary English nanny. Also starring Lin-Manuel Miranda, Emily Mortimer, Ben Whishaw, Colin Firth, and Meryl Streep, the film is an unmistakable hit, grossing almost $350 million at the worldwide box office. The musical not only earned four Oscar nominations (including Best Original Song for “The Place Where Lost Things Go”), but it’s also Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. Whether you’re experiencing this Disney favorite … [Read more...] about ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ is Now on VOD
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Bill Goodykoontz Arizona Republic Published 1:28 PM EDT Sep 12, 2018 Typically the fall movie season is when studios release their prestige pictures, the ones for which they have obvious Oscars hope. How’s that going to play out in a year in which we’ve already had a slew of terrific movies? Probably about the same. And let’s face it, while there have been some great movies in 2018 so far (“First Reformed,” “Sorry to Bother You,” “BlacKkKlansman” and “Black Panther” come immediately to mind), we’ve also been subjected to the usual amount of lame fare. Summer was rotten with sequels and reboots, and it looks as if that trend continues into fall. But that’s always the case. Mark it down: Several Academy Awards nominees will come from the crop of movies that come out over the next four months. (And I’m not talking about the “popular” Oscar, whatever that turns out to be.) It just feels a … [Read more...] about In a great year for movies, here’s what you need to know for fall
Sept. 28Hell FestGregory Plotkin (Get Out) directs the slasher flick about a serial killer on the loose in a horror-themed amusement park.Night SchoolTiffany Haddish is a GED teacher for dropout Kevin Hart in Girls Trip director Malcolm D. Lee’s back-to-school comedy. SmallfootA Yeti community panics when a “smallfoot,” aka a human, is spotted near their village. Channing Tatum, James Corden and LeBron James provide voices for the animated feature from director Karey Kirkpatrick (Chicken Run).Oct. 5A Star is BornDirector and star Bradley Cooper (American Sniper, Silver Linings Playbook) is joined by Lady Gaga in the fourth big-screen version of A Star is Born, a love story about a fading country singer who falls for his on-the-rise protege. Musicians Lukas Nelson, Jason Isbell and Mark Ronson play supporting roles.Private LifePaul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn are a couple struggling to have a child in director Tamara Jenkins’ (The Savages, Down and Out in … [Read more...] about Your guide to films screening in New Orleans this fall
So with the stars of "Mary Poppins Returns" - Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda - as guests on Tuesday, a musical number was obvious. A song from "Into the Woods", which Blunt and Corden previously co-starred in, was also in there. The single-take "Role Call" featured highlights from some of the most iconic movie musicals of the past 50 years, including Chicago, Guys and Dolls, and, of course, Blunt and Miranda's new film Mary Poppins Returns.Blunt and Miranda were joined Corden for the bit, which began with the trio in mostly black with sparkly red vests performing "Willkommen" from Cabaret.Talkshow host James Corden is known for getting guests to sing along in the privacy of a vehicle.Fans ofThe Late Late Show know that James Corden loves the musicals. Lawsuit adds to Facebook woes on data protectionThe impressive performance came to an end in a spectacular fashion, with Blunt, Corden and Miranda belting out "Dancing Queen" from Mamma Mia while wearing colorful boas and doing a … [Read more...] about Mary Poppins Returns Reviews: What CinemaBlend Thought Of The New Musical Sequel
Don't have time to read the complete Harry Potter series or an extra 19 hours and 39 minutes to watch the movies? "Potted Potter," which recently passed through the state, has boiled it all down to 90 minutes. Too intimidated by the Bard to even imagine reading his complete works? The Reduced Shakespeare Company, at the Mayo Performing Arts Center Feb. 21, will fill you in on 37 plays in 97 minutes. In our fast and furious world, it seems we're always looking for short cuts, life hacks, different ways we can get things done and off our to-do lists. The world of entertainment has adapted for our reduced attention spans, making movies with shorter shots and more movement. In years past, successful American TV shows had a standard 22-episode television season. That's been cut in half, or as New York magazine's Vulture section noted, "10 episodes is the New 13 (Was the New 22)." On "The Late Late Show with James Corden" in December, Lin-Manuel Miranda and … [Read more...] about Let’s make this quick. Theaters condense great works for busy lives.
The complete list of 2019 Teen Choice Awards winners was revealed Sunday night.“Pretty Little Liars” actress Lucy Hale and YouTube star David Dobrik co-hosted the awards show live from Hermosa Beach, California, handing out surfboards to fans’ favorite celebrities, movies, TV shows and music after weeks of online voting. People reports performers included OneRepublic, Mabel and Sarah Hyland; top winners included Shawn Mendes, the Jonas Brothers, “Avengers: Endgame" and longtime Syracuse football fan Stephen Amell (for Choice Action TV Actor). See the full list of TCA winners (noted in bold):MOVIES Choice Action Movie Ant-Man and the WaspAvengers: EndgameBumblebeeCaptain MarvelMen in Black: InternationalSpider-Man: Into the Spider-VerseChoice Action Movie ActorJohn Cena – BumblebeeChris Evans – Avengers: EndgameRobert Downey Jr. – Avengers: EndgameChris Hemsworth – Avengers: Endgame, Men in Black: InternationalSamuel L. Jackson – … [Read more...] about 2019 Teen Choice Awards: Winners list, photos