For his latest film, Wes Anderson is showcasing his love for the The New Yorker and all things journalism. The story will take place in 20th-century France and centers around the outpost for an American newspaper. The director has brought along his usual cast of characters including Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Frances McDormand, Adrien Brody, and Tilda Swinton along with newcomers Timothée Chalamet, Benicio del Toro, Jeffrey Wright, and Elisabeth Moss. The French Dispatch is slated for release on July 24, 2020.
In October, King Princess dropped Cheap Queen but instead of releasing a new single off her debut album, the Brooklyn-based singer took a step back at the request of her fans. Today, she released a Cody Critcheloe-directed video for the track "Ohio" from the 2018 EP Make My Bed. To tease the song's release, she posted the opening lyrics "How's it been in Ohio?" on a billboard in Columbus, Ohio where she was performing at the time.
Tom Brady hates cats. Seriously — he said it on national television. Or maybe it's just the 2020 edition of a bad lip reading of the NFL. The most popular sport in the US gets a very unflattering makeover with another round of terrible interpretation.
Another story. Another sleeve. Takeshi Kovacs is back in the second season of Altered Carbon, this time played by Anthony Mackie in the starring role. The new season starts February 27 on Netflix.
The Leftovers writer Damon Lindelof returns to cinema with The Hunt. In a Purge meets Hunger Games scenario, 12 strangers find themselves in an open field. Unbeknown to them, they are being hunted down by a group of globalist elites lead by Hilary Swank. Directed by Craig Zobel, the newest nightmare from Blumhouse Productions is slated for release on March 13, 2020.
Valentine's Day is almost here — whether you love it or hate it, the candy will flow and millions of flowers will be sacrificed to the people we care about. Unless you're alone. It's hard to get away from people in the Information Age, but here are the candidates for the loneliest person ever.