Watch Dwayne Johnson and the Jumanji: The Next Level cast pick a film crew member to body swap with so that they can learn more about their craft.
Movies opening in L.A. for Dec. 8-15 include the docudrama "Bombshell" starring Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie, plus the sequel "Jumanji: The Next Level" with Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black and Kevin Hart
It’s been a long time since we heard anything from Doctor Who, not counting the announcement that WarnerMedia’s HBO Max streaming service will soon be the sci-fi show’s digital home, but finally—finally—the Doctor has emerged from her magic police box with a new trailer for the show’s next season and the reveal of when we can finally see that new season. Luckily, that date is relatively soon: New Year’s Day, a.k.a. January 1, 2020. That’s only a month or so!
The actress, 32, wowed in a strapless purple floor-length dress as she joined her co-stars; Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, 47, Jack Black, 50, and Kevin Hart, 40, for Jumanji: The Next Level on Tuesday.
The actress, 32, arrived alongside her the actor, 47, and Kevin Hart, 40, at Jumanji: The Next Level's London premiere, which was held at the BFI IMAX on Thursday.
The actress, 32, cut a stylish figure in a powder blue and crushed velvet jumpsuit for the Jumanji: The Next Level premiere in Berlin on Wednesday.
David Harbour steals this first-look teaser as the Russian super-soldier Red Guardian who may or may not have gotten too fat for his super-suit.
He underwent major back surgery following a devastating car crash in Malibu, California, back in September.
Titans has been taking its sweet arse time to show us the goods—the goods being Dick Grayson embracing his Nightwing identity that the series has been teasing for weeks. We’ve watched as the Titans went their separate ways because of Dick’s betrayal, leaving the former Boy Wonder broken, alone, and feeling as if there’s nothing left in the world for him. But that’s all about to change.
by WorldTribune Staff, November 27, 2019
Let us hush the Marvel discourse for just a minute to savor the final trailer for Martin Scorsese’s epic mob drama, The Irishman, which lands on Netflix next week. It’s the most revealing look yet at the story, which follows veteran and working man Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro) as he stumbles into the labyrinthian world of organized crime, eventually becoming an integral cog in the fabled disappearance of union boss Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino).