Hulu snapped up domestic rights to Run from Lionsgate back in August (LG retain foreign theatrical); the pic from filmmaker Aneesh Chaganty originally was scheduled to be released in theaters over Mother’s Day weekend before Covid-19 hit. The movie about an isolated teen who discovers her mother’s sinister secret has notched a 93% certified fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes. The movie is also the No. 1 most-talked about Hulu Original Film on Twitter to date during its opening weekend. … [Read more...] about ‘Run’ Races To Hulu Record As Streamer’s Most Watched Movie Ever In Its Opening Weekend
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"Well, right now, we’re just looking at all options," Mason said of Fuller on ESPN 102.5 The Game. "She’s a complete competitor. She’s an option for us. So, right now, that’s where we sit." … [Read more...] about Vanderbilt Football Considering Female Soccer Player to Kick After Team Hit By COVID
7 Days Collections The film had to pass the weekdays test and the movie went on to do an OK business on the weekdays as well, even though there was a slight dip in the occupancy rates. The movie fetched approximately 14 Lakhs from the first week of its run. … [Read more...] about Maradona Box Office Collections: The Tovino Thomas Starrer Is In The Third Week Of Its Run!
A news report has revealed that the makers of Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan's upcoming comedy, Coolie No. 1, are in talks with single-screen theatre owners for release. A report in Bollywood Hungama said, that the stakeholders of the film - Amazon Prime, Vashu Bhagnani, and the Dhawans are exploring the possibility of a hybrid release this Christmas. … [Read more...] about Coolie No. 1 To Release In Single Screen Theatres And On OTT Platform?
Usually when a monologue features extensive appearances by the cast, it means a general lack of faith in the host’s ability to handle a few minutes of live television as a solo act. Here, the monologue is treated more as a sketch, with the cutaways to Kenan Thompson/Kate McKinnon and “reporting” by Leslie Jones a way to augment rather than hide Portman’s performance here. Portman’s slow-motion/freeze frame moment was fantastic, and demonstrated a willingness to throw herself into whatever the writers came up with for her. After the fairly abysmal Fox And Friends cold open, this monologue sent the tone for the next thirty minutes. … [Read more...] about Natalie Portman on ‘SNL’: 3 Sketches You Have to See