Back in May, the Monaco Grand Prix was cancelled due to COVID-19. Although there wasn't a Ferrari on the track that weekend, there was still one on the streets. Director Claude Lelouch captured Scuderia driver Charles Leclerc racing around the principality's roads in a Ferrari SF90 Stradale, even taking His Majesty Prince Albert out for a spin. The short film was made with just 17 people, six iPhone 11 Pros, nine Go Pros, and one Sony Venice Camera and is the first post-quarantine film shot in Monaco and France.
Set four years after the blockbuster South Korean zombie hit Train to Busan, director Yeon Sang-ho is back with Peninsula. Jung-seok is a soldier on a special mission that stumbles on a band of apocalypse survivors and finds out the worst humans are capable of.
Domestic bliss comes with a price. A restless entrepreneur, Rory has kept his family on the move while pursuing his career, with the latest being a jump across the Atlantic to his native England. The landing is not a smooth one, with Rory struggling to afford their run-down English manor house and his family breaking under the isolation. Starring Jude Law and Carrie Coon, The Nest comes to theaters September 18, 2020.
Although Groundhog Day can never be remade, a loving reinterpretation produced by the Lonely Island guys is always welcome. The film stars Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti as two wedding guests who end up trapped at the Palm Springs venue to relive the day over and over again. Directed by Max Barbakow , the film was picked up for disruption by Neon and Hulu and will premiere on the streaming platform on July 10, 2020.
It's been just over three decades since we saw the Ghostbusters on the same screen — albeit this time a smaller one. Josh Gad brought the original cast of the '80s classic back together for a video chat, with everyone from Bill Murray and Sigourney Weaver to Ernie Hudson and even Rick Moranis — and Harold Ramis in spirit.
Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance and Rogue Squadron were released over 20 years ago, and true fans of the series were left with nothing but add-on game modes to scratch that dogfighting itch that's arguably the best part of Star Wars. But now the wait is over, with EA releasing Star Wars: Squadrons this fall for the first standalone starfighter combat game in a long while.