Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner has returned with a new series. The show brings back some Sterling Cooper alums like Christina Hendricks and John Slattery to follow eight different individuals from around the globe, all claiming to be descendants of the infamous Russian royal family. Also starring Aaron Eckhart, Diane Lane, Isabelle Huppert, Amanda Peet, Jack Huston, Kathryn Hahn, Noah Wyle, Paul Reiser, and Andrew Rannells, the series will arrive on Amazon Prime October 12, 2018.
You say, or more likely text, "OK" hundreds of times a day. The two-letter word is used worldwide to describe your mood, provide approval, or give acceptance. Taken from the phrase "oll korrect," the history of the expression dates back to 1839 going from a newspaper, to a political campaign, to quite possibly the most used word around the globe.
María Conde, along with her father and brother, is keeping the guitar company her grandfather started alive. In 1915, Felipe Conde began constructing guitars in a basement workshop in Madrid, Spain. Over 100 years later, guitars are still being made in the same workshop and with materials selected by the elder Felipe himself. María goes through the exacting process to build one of Conde's excellent flamenco guitars, from selecting wood to the final finishing touches.
From crashing weddings to tending your local bar, Bill Murray has a knack for showing up at random events. The actor's habit of unexpected meet-and-greets has spawned somewhat of an urban legend leaving a slew of fans with a story to tell. In this documentary, director Tommy Avallone has compiled those tall tales along with interviews and never-before-seen footage to try to find the root of these strange-yet-magical encounters. The film will be in select theaters and on-demand October 26, 2018.
After just over eight years on the air, the adventure is over. The world of Adventure Time is going away, along with Jake, Finn, Princess Bubblegum and the rest of the cast. To give them a proper send-off, Babish has recreated a collection of the best dishes from the series, all made with a healthy does of imagination.
You can talk about the glory of 70mm film — the color, the texture, what the format allows the camera to capture — but 70mm had a bigger role that had nothing to do with technical aspects or aesthetics. After the landmark 1948 court case that broke the monopoly of the big studios and their theater chains and changed the studio system itself, 70mm might be responsible for saving the film industry as a whole.