Searchlight Pictures has released first look photos of Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes in Mark Mylod’s dark comedy “The Menu” along with a November 18 release date set.
Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult play a couple who travel to a coastal island to dine at an exclusive restaurant where the chef has prepared a sumptuous menu, with some surprising surprises. Hong Chau, Janet McTeer, Judith Light, Reed Birney, Paul Adelstein and John Leguizamo co-star. [Source: The Playlist]
Everything Comes Back To Me
Sony Screen Gems romantic drama “It’s All Coming Back To Me,” previously titled “Text for You,” has set a release date of February 10, 2023. Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Sam Heughan and Dion star in the film written and directed by Jim Strouse.
The story centers on a woman who, after tragically losing her fiancé, begins sending romantic messages to her old cell. It seems the number has been transferred to a man across town who suffered from the same heartbreak. The two meet and feel an undeniable connection and, with the help of Celine Dion’s music, take the opportunity to make love again. [Source: Deadline]
I love my dad
Magnolia Pictures has acquired the North American rights to James Morosini’s SXSW festival “I Love My Dad” with plans to release the film in theaters August 5, and on demand August 12.
Morosini plays a young man who is captured by his hopelessly estranged father (Patton Oswalt) in a desperate attempt to reconnect. The problem is, the son falls in love with this imaginary girl and wants to meet her in person. Claudia Sulewski, Lil Rel Howery, Amy Landecker, Ricky Velez and Rachel Dratch are co-stars. [Source: Variety]
Guillermo del Toro’s “Nightmare Alley: Vision in Darkness and Light”, the black-and-white version of his recently nominated Oscar noir classic starring Cate Blanchett and Bradley Cooper, has set an April 25 release date on Hulu. [Source: ]
Best Weapon: Maverick
A new featurette is out for “Top Gun: Maverick” and it dives into the grueling three-month pilot training module the film’s cast goes through to ensure a high level of realism for the film.
Tom Cruise himself helped design training modules for some of his co-stars. Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Glen Powell, Lewis Pullman, Charles Parnell, Ed Harris and Val Kilmer can also be seen in the film, which opens May 27.