Jennifer Lopez leads a band of merry strippers in Lorene Scafaria's Hustlers. Adapted from the New York magazine article "The Hustlers at Scores" by Jessica Pressler, the film follows a group of dancers who started swindling money from the real wolves of Wall Street. Also starring Constance Wu, Cardi B, Keke Palmer, Lizzo, and Lili Reinhart, the film is slated for release September 13, 2019.
Inspired by actual events, The Red Sea Diving Resort follows the brave agents and Ethiopians that smuggled Jewish refugees from Sudan to Israel in the '80s. The undercover operation was run through a deserted holiday village on the coast of the African nation. Starring Chris Evans, Michael K. Williams, Haley Bennett, Michiel Huisman, Greg Kinnear, and Ben Kingsley, the film is slated for release on July 31, 2019.
When you hear the names Melissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish, you instantly think comedy. While the pair would undoubtedly make an unstoppable comedic duo, their upcoming film leaves the humor behind. In The Kitchen, McCarthy and Haddish are joined by Elisabeth Moss as mob wives in 1978 Hell's Kitchen whose husbands are sent to prison. The women then take over the Irish mob operations in order to fend for themselves while their men are away. Penned and directed by Straight Outta Compton writer Andrea Berloff, the film will go to theaters August 9, 2019.
It's one of the unlikeliest friendships in sports history — Dale Earnhardt and Michael Waltrip. Earnhardt was one of the most respected and talented drivers in NASCAR, and Michael Waltrip hadn't won a race in over 450 starts, but that's who Dale chose to drive for him and his team. Waltrip's first win at the 2001 Daytona 500 would also be one of the darkest days of his life — the day Dale Earnhardt died in a crash during the race.