Harry Hamlin teams up with Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Sally Field and Rita Moreno
Let’s set the scene with a group of a women on a mission to travel to see the one and only Tom Brady in the 2017 Super Bowl. Then add in the names Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Sally Field and Rita Moreno. With that equation, you get the premise of the new movie “80 For Brady”.
‘Christmas at the Holly Hotel’ movie to show at Capitol Theatre Wednesday
HOLLY, MI - A movie set at the Holly Hotel is now available for viewing. “Christmas at the Holly Hotel,” will be shown 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7 at the Capitol Theatre, located at 140 E. 2nd St in downtown Flint. The movie had its world premiere on Dec. 4 at the Redford Theatre, shattering records, according to the Holly Hotel Facebook page. Approximately 2,000 guests came to the Redford Theatre, setting a record for the largest Michigan independent movie premiere ever. When Kathy’s parents, the owners of Michigan’s Historic Holly Hotel, ask her to return for Christmas, things become less clear for her.mlive.com
Big Ten players poll: ‘Love and Basketball’ still beloved as favorite movie
When we polled more than 20 Big Ten basketball players this week at Big Ten media days as to their favorite basketball movie, “Love and Basketball” won out easily with nine votes. The movie, first released in 2000, stars Omar Epps and Sanaa Lathan as childhood friends who grow up and eventually in love both with each other and with basketball. And no, it’s not just a chick flick, although the movie received eight votes from women’s basketball players. “Space Jam” received votes from Jacy Sheldon of Ohio State and Alexis Markowski (the sequel starring LeBron James released last year received no votes). The others: “Hoosiers” (Sam Griesel, Nebraska), “White Men Can’t Jump” (Jalen Pickett, Penn State), “Glory Road” (Chucky Hepburn, Wisconsin), “He Got Game” (DeeDee Hagemann, Michigan State), Above The Rim (Seth Lundy, Penn State).mlive.com
Ann Arbor’s Michigan Theater to launch series of films centered around women’s stories Friday
ANN ARBOR – The Michigan Theater has partnered with Toyota to add a Diversity Film Series kicking off this month in its Virtual Movie Palace. In celebration of Women’s History Month, the series will start with four films centered around women’s stories during the month of March. AdBelow are the four feature films in the series, with synopses by the Michigan Theater. The film opens virtually on March 12. AdThe film opens virtually on March 26.
Award-winning actresses shine on the screens this weekend
Movie Reviewer Greg Russell joined Kim DeGiulio for Reel Talk to discuss “Fatale” and “Pieces of a Woman”, starring two multi-award-winning actresses. Greg spoke to Hilary Swank and Michael Ealy about their new film, “Fatale”, which is in theaters and streaming on demand. Greg gave the movie a solid three out of five reels. Greg gave the movie four out of five reels. Watch the video about to see the interviews with Hilary Swank and Ellen Burstyn.
Detroit is ‘very cool’: Actor Jon Hamm implores people to visit city after filming new movie
Enter: No Sudden Move, a feature film set in Detroit in the 1950s that has brought a star-studded cast to Metro Detroit for filming this fall. Beginning in September, stars like Jon Hamm, Don Cheadle and Benicio del Toro began production in Downtown Detroit and surrounding neighborhoods. “We all stayed in a hotel in Downtown Detroit...and, by the way, Detroit: If you get the chance, go visit. “But also strange making a movie where everybody has to be in masks until three seconds before they start rolling the cameras. The movie is slated to release on HBO Max, but no official release date has been set at this time.
Does "American Sniper" movie complicate real-life murder trial?
Does "American Sniper" movie complicate real-life murder trial? CBSN's Vinita Nair and Michelle Miller talk to Eriq Gardner, senior editor at The Hollywood Reporter, about the controversy surrounding "American Sniper." Could the movie complicate a murder trail that's already underway?cbsnews.com
Chilling effect feared in wake of Sony's cancellation of "The Interview"
Chilling effect feared in wake of Sony's cancellation of "The Interview" Movie fans and filmmakers are condemning Sony's decision to shelve "The Interview," starring James Franco and Seth Rogen, as "un-American." Sony decided to not release the film after hackers made threats to theaters and moviegoers. John Blackstone reports.cbsnews.com