A Star is born Now in theaters

The classic 1937 movie about a rising star who is coached by a fading veteran has been already been remade twice–most famously as a rock musical with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson in the 1970s–and this week, a fourth version arrives. This time, we have Bradley Cooper as a hard-living musician who discovers a talented unknown, played by Lady Gaga, and helps put her on her way to stardom. A Star is Born also marks Cooper’s directorial debut, and the buzz for this one very high, with reviewers singling out the songs, the chemistry between the leads, and Gaga’s performance. Expect big box office and many awards.


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Aquaman New Trailer 2018

Warner Bros. Pictures has revealed the new trailer for Aquaman at New York Comic-Con. Although the trailer contains several scenes we’ve seen already, it expands on most of them and details more of the upcoming movie’s explosive action and goofy humor.


Release Date: December 21, 2018

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald



The Harry Potter series could have ended in 2011, but the film universe in general is gaining strength. The success of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in 2016 led to the announcement of four other films, the first of which arrives in November. Eddie Redmayne returns as Newt Scamander, with Jude Law as the young Dumbledore, who has the help of Newt to help defeat the dark magician Grindelwald (Johnny Depp). David Yates directs once again, from a screenplay by Potter creator JK Rowling.


Release date: November 16.

Bohemian Rhapsody Movie Release date

Bohemian Rhapsody



This biography of the legend of Queen Freddie Mercury has been in development for many years, with several directors and stars linked to the project. Even when the cameras began to roll, the problems did not stop, director Bryan Singer was fired by the studio during production and was replaced by British filmmaker Dexter Fletcher. But the film is already finished and will be released in November. The protagonist of Robot, Remi Malek, assumes the role of iconic leader, and traces the rise of the band through the 70s to its success of world conquest in the 80s. It is produced by the band, and the trailer suggests that it could to be more a celebration of music than a look to the darker side of Mercury’s life. But it seems an absolute must for fans of Queen.


Release date: November 2.

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