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    The Queen may be one of the most filmed and photographed people in history, but these previously unseen images – taken by the people who know her best of all – offer a rare glimpse of her at her most unguarded. They are taken from hundreds of private, home-made recordings which have been released to the BBC for a landmark TV documentary marking the Platinum Jubilee. The programme tells the story of her life before she ascended the throne in her own words, and shows how the family saw her at the time. In one poignant and carefree shot, the young Princess Elizabeth beams in the sunshine alongside her sister, Princess Margaret, and her much-loved father, King George VI, as the wind ruffles their hair. They are pictured together on HMS Vanguard for a 1947 tour of South Africa, the trip on which Princess Elizabeth turned 21 and made a historic pledge of duty to her future subjects. Princess Margaret and Princess Elizabeth with their beloved father King George VI onboard HMS Vanguard in 1947 A beaming Princess Elizabeth shows...
    Disney has been branded hypocritical for publicly condemning Florida's so-called 'Don't Say Gay' bill after the company removed 'overtly gay affection' from its films to appease foreign governments. Last month, LGBT employees and allies accused Disney and Pixar executives of 'actively censoring' gay tones in its feature films, despite the company's corporate push for diversity and inclusion. 'Nearly every moment of overtly gay affection is cut at Disney’s behest, regardless of when there is protest from both the creative teams and executive leadership at Pixar,' the employees alleged in a letter calling on the company to 'take a decisive public stand' against Florida HB 1557 - dubbed by critics as the 'Don't Say Gay' bill. The employees did not specify which content had tones of LGBT affection removed, DailyMail.com can reveal at least five recent feature films were altered to appease the views of leadership in China, Russia and the Middle East. Disney initially axed a same-sex kiss from its upcoming film Lightyear, but production insiders allege the kiss was reinstated after Pixar employees called on the entertainment company to take action against...
    ONE PIECE is a popular Japanese manga series that is written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda. In April 2022, the second teaser trailer for the next One Piece film dropped, and now fans want to know when they can be expecting it. 2One Piece Film: Red is the franchise's 15th filmCredit: Toei Animation When is the release date for One Piece Film: Red? One Piece first debuted in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine 25 years ago and was an instant hit among anime fans. Due to the success, there have also been several movies created, including the upcoming film, One Piece Film: Red. The movie is scheduled to hit theaters across Japan on August 6, 2022, but at this time, an international release date has not been revealed. Read More on The US SunANIME AUTUMN What to know about the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean premiere SLAYING MOVIE RECORDS Where to watch Demon Slayer in the UK and US What is One Piece Film: Red about? One Piece Film: Red will mark the franchise's 15th film and...
    In response to what the Chinese government perceived as Reeves snubbing China, last Monday China’s major streaming companies removed the “vast majority” of his filmography from their catalogs and “wiped search results related to his name in Chinese.” When users ran searches for “Keanu Reeves,” which in translates to “Jinu Liweisi” on the streaming platform iQiyi, users are told: “Sorry, no results related to ‘Keanu Reeves’ were found. Due to relevant laws, regulations and policies, some results are not shown.” Beloved movies like “The Matrix” trilogy and “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” as well as some of Keanu’s romantic movies like “Something’s Gotta Give” and “The Lake House” have been removed from Chinese streaming platforms. Alex Yu, a researcher at the U.S.-based China Digital Times, said, “It’s a curious case that’s worth following. We tend to think of the censorship machine in China as this really coordinated monster, but the fact that we’re seeing these conflicting signals [between the online and theatrical markets] suggest that some of these measures come from different places.” He added, “Why all of a...
    Actress, writer and director Maggie Gyllenhaal heads into Oscar Sunday as a nominee for her adapted screenplay for "The Lost Daughter."The last time she was nominated, it was for her work in front of the camera, for her supporting role opposite Jeff Bridges in the 2009 film, "Crazy Heart."Now, more than a decade later, she is the writer, director and one of the producers of the drama, "The Lost Daughter." The film and Gyllenhaal won big at both the Independent Spirit Awards and The Gotham Awards- best picture, director and screenplay honors. Now, she is honored to be Oscar-nominated for her adapted screenplay of the novel.This is actually Gyllenhaal's feature film directorial debut and her first movie screenplay."I've been making movies for 20 years. I know that, I mean, sometimes you make movies that just don't work at all. Sometimes, you make movies that you love that nobody else cares about. And to have the two come together, I know is very, very special," said Gyllenhaal.In the film, Best Actress nominee Olivia Colman sets out on a beach vacation that...
    HOLLYWOOD -- Actress, writer and director Maggie Gyllenhaal heads into Oscar Sunday as a nominee for her adapted screenplay for "The Lost Daughter." The last time she was nominated, it was for her work in front of the camera, for her supporting role opposite Jeff Bridges in the 2009 film, "Crazy Heart."Now, more than a decade later, she is the writer, director and one of the producers of the drama, "The Lost Daughter." The film and Maggie won big at both the Independent Spirit Awards and The Gotham Awards...best picture, director and screenplay honors. Now, she is honored to be Oscar-nominated for her adapted screenplay of the novel.This is actually Maggie's feature film directorial debut and her first movie screenplay."I've been making movies for 20 years. I know that, I mean, sometimes you make movies that just don't work at all. Sometimes, you make movies that you love that nobody else cares about. And to have the two come together, I know is very, very special," said Gyllenhaal.In the film, Best Actress nominee Olivia Colman sets out on a beach...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Going to the movies this weekend? You may have to pay extra to see the latest superhero flick.AMC is introducing "variable pricing."Tickets to "The Batman" could cost more than other movies playing in the same theater at the same time.In San Francisco, AMC is charging $1 extra on adult tickets for "The Batman" at the Metreon.The company's CEO says this is something AMC has been doing for years in Europe. Now, they are trying it in the U.S.
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Seeing the new movie “The Batman” in theaters may cost you more than other movies. AMC is testing a new pricing plan with the superhero movie. The company’s CEO says they’ve already been charging more for popular, newly released movies for years in their European theaters. “This is all quite novel in the United States, but actually, AMC has been doing it for years in our European theaters,” Adam Aron said. “Indeed, in Europe, we charge a premium for the best seats in the house, as do just about all other sellers of tickets in other industries — think sports events, concerts, and live theater, for example.” There are some theaters where you might not have to pay as much to see the new movie, starring Robert Pattinson. Riverview Theater in south Minneapolis, for instance, is selling tickets for $7 for adults and $5 for children and seniors.
    (CNN)"Reacher" is a simple creature, establishing one clear point of demarcation from Tom Cruise's "Jack Reacher" movies: Like the character in Lee Child's books (and unlike Cruise), this dude is really, really big. And in case you somehow didn't notice, that point is overtly made over and over, which naturally doesn't stop misguided thugs from testing their luck against him.Adding to an Amazon if-you-liked-the-movies series queue already populated by "Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan," "Reacher" is an unapologetic action vehicle that trades heavily on the physical presence of Alan Ritchson, who has bounced around superhero fare (most recently DC's "Titans"). He assumes the title role here as the former military investigator, who is part Sherlock Holmes, part Incredible Hulk.Ritchson is actually a little shorter than the 6'5" Reacher of the books, but he's big enough to dwarf practically everyone around him and prompt Military.com to rather snidely note that the character was finally "full size."Adapted from Child's first book "Killing Floor," the scrawny plot has Reacher walking into the small town of Margrave, Georgia, where he's hassled by the police as...
    (CNN)For those needing additional evidence that streaming has thrown a lifeline to movies for grownups, look no further than this weekend, which brings three of them, with two hitting theaters for reasons that have more to do with award requirements than commerce.Each of those films come with the pedigree of having actors behind the camera (a publicity bonus on the talk-show circuit), with George Clooney directing "The Tender Bar" (Amazon), an adaptation of journalist J.R. Moehringer's memoir featuring Ben Affleck as the protagonist's colorful uncle; and "The Lost Daughter" (Netflix), based on "My Brilliant Friend" author Elena Ferrante's book, starring Olivia Colman in the first film directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal.The third, "Swan Song" (Apple TV+), presents Mahershala Ali in a classic dual showcase. In a sci-fi concept set about 10 minutes in the future, he plays a dying man who must decide on replacing himself with a perfect replica imbued with all his memories.And it doesn't end there. Christmas Day marks the theatrical release of director Joel Coen's stark black-and-white version of "The Tragedy of Macbeth," starring Denzel Washington and...
    The trailer for “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” has dropped. The plot of the latest “Harry Potter” prequel, according to the trailer’s YouTube description, is, “Magizoologist Newt Scamander leads an intrepid team of wizards and witches to stop the evil Gellert Grindelwald.” (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) Whether it’s on a page, a stage, or on a screen, it’s all part of one Wizarding World. Continue the adventure with the new trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore Monday. #SecretsOfDumbledore pic.twitter.com/6LJDLbk9gy — Fantastic Beasts (@FantasticBeasts) December 10, 2021 Obviously, that’s not much, but as we can tell from the title, it’ll focus heavily on the character famous for mentoring Potter and leading Hogwarts. Give the trailer a watch below. As I’ve said before, I think the “Fantastic Beasts” movies have been pretty disappointing when compared to the original “Harry Potter” films. The original films are among the best movies ever made. The prequels aren’t even close. They come off as way too childish.   View this post on Instagram...
    If you are in the mood to watch Christmas movies, you should know that the number of Christmas themed movies has exploded in recent years and its trend is still increasing. Nothing sells better in Hollywood than Christmas movies, and as people spend more time in front of the screens, the most popular Christmas themed movies seem to be. This is nothing, but in 2021 alone, more than 200 movies and series are listed for release over the holidays on IMDb, according to BBC analysis. Trendy Christmas Movies The interest in Christmas movies is such that this year’s production number is four times higher than in 2011. Also, for many of us it will be at the top of the list of classic movies. This episode includes It’s a Wonderful Life (1946), Home Alone (1990) and Love Actually (2003). If the production company breaks this trend, Hallmark US will be the largest producer of films and series made around Christmas. Americans have been making the release season since 2009, however we were only talking about four...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- From the ultimate holiday gift guide to reviews of a few new holiday movies, Val and Ryan get you ready for the holidays!RELATED: Roz Varon's Weekender ReportVal also got to meet former President Barack Obama during his latest visit to Chicago. She talks about the experience and their conversation.Elmhurst Kid Stars in New Disney MovieTis' the season for holiday movies! Meet James McCracken, a 7-year-old Chicagoland native, who is starring in the new Disney feature, "Christmas...Again?!"EMBED More News Videos At just 6-years-old, James McCracken from Elmhurst auditioned and secured his first role as an actor in hte new Disney movie "Christmas...Again?!" At just 6-years-old, McCracken auditioned and secured his first role as an actor."Christmas...Again?!" centers around Rowena "Ro" Evestevez, an 11-year-old girl hoping for a traditional family Christmas despite her parent's divorce. However, news of her father's new engagement sours her holiday plans. McCracken plays Ro's future brother-in-law "Louie", who affectionately plays pranks on Ro in effort to show brotherly love.To celebrate this career milestone, McCracken's elementary school, Conrad Fisher Elementary, hosted a movie screening in his...
    Prime Video’s new series “Reacher” looks like it’s going to be awesome. The series Alan Ritchson as Jack Reacher is based on the books from Lee Child, which were also turned into a pair of movies with Tom Cruise. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Now, Amazon is taking a crack at the legendary series about Reacher hunting down bad guys, and it looks pretty interesting. Give the trailer a watch below. Most notably, the trailer for “Reacher” paints a hell of a more lighthearted vibe than the movies with Cruise. The movies with Cruise were relatively serious and dark. “Reacher” appears to be way more mellow and funny.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Jack Reacher (@jackreacherbooks) I’m not saying that because it’s necessarily a bad thing. I’m saying it because that’s simply how it appears. What I will say is that anyone who watched Ritchson in “Blue Mountain State” knows he’s a funny guy and can steal a scene. He was hands down the...
    New York City travel during Covid-19: What you need to know Concerning New Variant Hits Hong Kong; Stocks Fall: Virus Update Have Excellent Credit? These Cards Are for You Ad Microsoft $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Experts Urge Americans to Refi Before 2022 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/21 SLIDES © New Regency Productions 20 of the best movies set in winter weather Conjuring images of snowy landscapes, barren trees, and frigid temperatures, winter weather imparts an instant and identifiable tone. It’s no wonder that a number of key films use this particular season as a constant backdrop. Rarely does the mere use of weather render such an immediate impact as it does when characters are exhaling steam as snow falls in an ever-present...
    Opinion: It shouldnt have taken all this to convict Ahmaud Arberys killers Prosecutors in the trial of Ahmaud Arberys killers explain why they had faith in the jury Have Excellent Credit? These Cards Are for You Ad Microsoft $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Experts Urge Americans to Refi Before 2022 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/51 SLIDES © Getty Images What was the greatest year for film? Eighty-one years ago, the still quite young art of motion pictures hit a pinnacle that, to this day, most film buffs consider unequaled. "Gone with the Wind", "The Wizard of Oz, "Mr. Smith...
    You can just feel the love for Jack Kirby in this image of Arishem the Judge, a key Celestial introduced in "Eternals"Marvel Studios First things first, let it never be said that as a film critic I refuse to be brutally honest even when it involves my favorite film studio. I’m only human, yet I realize that I often may seem too willing to proclaim certain films the best that a respective genre has to offer. The truth is I go with my gut, and if a movie moves me to an unexpected place of enjoyment or enlightenment or euphoria, that definitely informs my final opinion. Given the 2.5-stars below, it should be abundantly clear that Marvel Studios’ latest, “Eternals,” is far from my favorite MCU film; however, it’s important to note that for all the reasons I didn’t love “Eternals,” it very well may be one of the most important movies yet released by the studio, if only for all the doors it kicks open and all the beloved characters who are likely to come roaring through...
    Gifts That Make Life A Little Bit Easier When is Michael Thomas returning? Injury details, updates with Saints WR out vs. Seahawks Spend $500, Pocket $200 Fast with This Top Card Ad Microsoft $300K Refi in this Economy? 2.01% APR 15 year Ad Microsoft Transfer Your Debt and Pay 0 Interest Until 2023 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/21 SLIDES © Elaine Chung No matter what genre you’re watching, the best movies always have us playing detective. There’s nothing more exciting than trying to keep one step ahead of a filmmaker’s breadcrumb trail—and, nothing more satisfying than predicting an ending before it happens. (Or, better yet, leaving a theater dumbfounded by a plot twist you’d never expected.) If you fancy yourself a cinema sleuther, there’s few genres as titillating as the...