American Grafffiti, Star Wars, Blade Runner, Indiana Jones — Harrison Ford has been in some of the biggest films and film franchises of all time. Over a career spanning six decades, Ford's films have made over $9 billion worldwide at the box office, making him one of the most successful actors ever. In this interview with Vanity Fair, Ford goes over his time making movies, from beginning to end.
Based on the surreal, sci-fi work Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag, Tales From the Loop takes the artist's world and builds it out into a new TV series. The show follows the adventures of the people who live above the Loop, a machine built to explore and solve the mysteries of the universe. Tales From the Loop premieres April 3rd on Amazon's Prime Video streaming service.
Nearly 30 years after the hooked urban legend slashed through cinemas, Jordan Peele is rebooting Candyman. Dubbed a spiritual sequel the original, the film goes back to the same Chicago neighborhood. Gentrification has changed the entire area but one thing still remains — a honey-covered boogeyman is still haunting those who say his name five times. Starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and the Candyman himself Tony Todd, the film will go to theaters on June 12, 2020.
During the recent memorial service for NBA legend Kobe Bryan, Nike paid their condolences with a video tribute. The two-minute clip honored the life and legacy of the sports icon with highlights from his career both on and off the court. Mamba Forever.
A24 has become the studio de jour for taunt psychological horror, and the upcoming Saint Maud looks like another strong addition to the portfolio. Written and directed by Rose Glass in her debut, Saint Maud follows a hospice nurse who has had a deep spiritual awakening and attempts to save a dying patient with her newfound powers. Starring Morfydd Clark and Jennifer Ehle, Saint Maud hits theaters April 3, 2020.
Food. Travel. Babies. In the second season of Ugly Delicious, chef David Chang continues his world-hopping quest for culinary delights with a slate of special guests and a unique take on the larger definition of eating. The series returns to Netflix on March 6, 2020.