The cinematic jazz duo of ‘La La Land’ actor Ryan Gosling with writer and director Damien Chazelle are back with a story–known and unknown–that changed the way we view our planet relative to the infinite, mysterious space around it.
Neil Armstrong is the focus. 1961-1969 are the years. And the moment was historic.
Now for the first poster.
Now the first trailer just released online.
We’ll just have to wait and see if ‘First Man’ has the right stuff to live up to the legacy of NASA and Neil Armstrong, its fearless leader.
Jimmy’s Daily Planet keeps up with new movie trailers. I also have lots of young nieces and nephews.
Featuring a brand new trailer from Disney, today’s blog post is for them.
And Disney’s Christopher Robin is for anybody with an active, playful imagination.
Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to go to your local movie theater…a lot.
During the next three months–last week of May through July–there are a few indie films in Solo: A Star Wars Story (May 25), Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (June 22) and Mission: Impossible – Fallout (July 27) that will be hitting theaters nationally and globally. For any summer blockbuster-loving movie fan, this lineup of beloved franchises is insane. Almost as insane as the official trailer for the latter movie in the list above that recently debuted online.
Sometimes the most appropriate reaction is just that simple.
FYI – If you have not seen the latest episode of The Big Bang Theory, watch the show before watching the deleted scene below.
After that special Big Bang Theory season 11 finale last night, it’s time to let everything sink in. All of the cameos, the story, surprises, plus the fact that this wonderful sitcom has been on the air for 11 seasons. Will season 12 be the final year? The answer is very likely yes. But we’re getting way ahead of ourselves with that right now.
Right now–as in right now–watch a very sweet deleted scene from last night’s episode. Trust me. The showrunners have been promoting this moment throughout today for fans everywhere to check out. And for good reason.
Few other sitcoms these days pull the heartstrings quite like The Big Bang Theory.
Congratulations Amy & Sheldon (ShAmy) in the fictional world and, once again, RIP Stephen Hawking in the real world. At least for a brief moment in time, those two worlds were joined together.