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Kurt Russell receives acclaim for his new Godzilla series

Monarch: Legacy Of Monsters has earned praise from critics and fans alike.The actor stars alongside his son Wyatt Russell as older and younger versions of the same character, Lee Shaw, in the Apple TV+ series. The show is part of the MonsterVerse franchise, which spans 2014’s Godzilla, Kong: Skull Island, and other projects.Created by Chris Black and Matt Fraction, Monarch: Legacy Of Monsters follows members of the Monarch organisation as they encounter Godzilla and other monsters over the course of 50 years.

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Taylor Swift’s ‘The Eras Tour’ movie battles Martin Scorsese at the box office
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour topped the US box office for a second week, seeing off competition from Martin Scorsese’s Killers Of The Flower Moon.According to Deadline, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour took $32million (£25.5m) in its second weekend in the region, a 67 per cent drop. Globally, film has taken $164.8million following its release on October 12 in the US across AMC theatres and October 13 in other territories.Killers Of The Flower Moon, meanwhile, took $23million (£18.9m) in its opening weekend at the US box office, which is the third best opening for Scorsese, following 2010’s Shutter Island ($41m) and The Departed ($26.9m) in 2006.Scorsese’s film, however, topped the worldwide box office with $44million (£36.2m), with Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour slipping to second with $41.5million (£34.1m) globally in its second week (via Screen Daily).While Scorsese’s latest film may struggle to become profitable against its estimated $200million budget, the opening numbers are considered a success due to its lengthy 206-minute running time and the fact it’s a period movie skewed towards adults.Killers Of The Flower Moon, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and Lily Gladstone, is also set to release on Apple TV+ at an unconfirmed date.In a five-star review, NME wrote: “Each conversation between De Niro and DiCaprio is an exercise in clever euphemism and while some may find the tempo a bit too stately, the story of an entire people’s eradication deserves to be told in full.
‘Killers Of The Flower Moon’ soundtrack: every song in Martin Scorsese’s epic
Martin Scorsese‘s Killers Of The Flower Moon lands on Apple TV+ this week, and comes complete with an epic soundtrack.The film, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro, is based on a series of murders in the Osage tribe in 1920s Oklahoma.A synopsis reads: “In the 1920s, members of the Osage Native American tribe of Osage County, Oklahoma, are murdered after oil is found on their land, and the FBI decides to investigate.”In a five-star review of the film, NME wrote: “This is among Scorsese’s most important work. Popular music from the 1920s, Native American songs and Robbie Robertson’s bluesy score help round off this remarkable Western, a film that will linger in the minds of its audience for a long time.”Alongside a score from Robbie Robertson, who died in August of this year after completing the score, the film’s soundtrack features a host of popular music from the 1920s and Native American songs.1. ‘(Intro) The Sacred Pipe’2. ‘Osage Oil Boom’3. ‘My Land…My Land’4. ‘Heartbeat Theme/ Ni-U-Kon-Ska’5. ‘They Don’t Live Long’6. ‘The Wedding’7. ‘Tribal Council’8. ‘Reign Of Terror’9. ‘Insulin Train’10. ‘Tulsa Massacre Newsreel’11. ‘Shame On Us’12. ‘Too Much Dynamite’13. ‘Not If it’s Illegal’14. ‘Salvation Adagio’15. ‘Still Standing’16. ‘Tupelo Blues’ – Rayna Gellert, Kieran Kane, Philip Jamison & David Mansfield17. ‘Livery Stable Blues’ – Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks18. ‘The Gallop, Chasse, Pas de Bourree’ – Adam Nielsen19. ‘Metropolis (A Blue Fantasie)’ – Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks20. ‘Mollie’ – Andy Stein21. ‘Wahzhazhe (A Song For My People)’ – Osage Tribal SingersTalking to NME about his relationship with Robertson and his score for the film, Scorsese said: “We knew each other for 50 years.
Martin Scorcese suggests Oscars flop ‘Shutter Island’ was a mistake
Martin Scorcese has suggested in an interview that he regrets his decision to direct Shutter Island, the mystery thriller that came out in 2010.READ MORE:‘Killers Of The Flower Moon’ review: Martin Scorsese’s heartbreaking true crime chillerAhead of the release of his upcoming eighth collaboration with Leonardo DiCaprio, Killers Of The Flower Moon, Scorcese revealed to GQ that he now thinks Shutter Island may not have been the right project for him at the time.Scorcese’s success at the Oscars with The Departed in 2007, sending him home with the award for Best Director, “encouraged [him] to make another picture with Shutter Island.” But the nine-time Oscar nominated director said that at this point, he perhaps should have picked something else instead.He told GQ, “It turned out I should have gone on probably to do Silence,” referring to his 2016 historical drama starring Liam Neeson, Adam Driver and Andrew Garfield. The movie was not one of Scorcese’s great successes, making a loss at the box office, however it has been seen as a great “passion project” of his.Shutter Island, the 2010 psychological thriller about a remote psychiatric facility which saw Scorcese collaborating with DiCaprio for the fourth time was received well at the time and became his second highest grossing film worldwide following Taxi Driver.However, it received no Academy Award nominations at the 2011 ceremony, making it the director’s only feature film released in the last 20 years to have received no Oscar recognition.Scorcese also shared with GQ that he viewed Shutter Island, released by Paramount Pictures, as “the last studio film I made,” with his recent projects being funded independently.
'The Afterparty': Jack Whitehall on Streaking and Seducing Elizabeth Perkins in Season 2 (Exclusive)
On the second season of the acclaimed TV show from executive producers Chris Miller, Phil Lord and Anthony King, Jack Whitehall plays the smug entrepreneur, Sebastian Drapewood, who gets caught up in the mystery surrounding the murder of Edgar Minnows (Zach Woods), after serving as the groom's best man before his untimely death.Not long after finding Edgar's body, Detective Danner (Tiffany Haddish) is called in to help Aniq (Sam Richardson) and Zoë (Zoë Chao) with solving the whodunnit before the authorities arrive. Sebastian's interrogation comes halfway through the season, following interviews with and revelations from the bride, Grace (Poppy Liu), Edgar's adopted sister, Hannah (Anna Konkle), and family friend, Travis (Paul Walter Hauser), with each of their stories told through specific genres, or what Miller calls, «mind films.» Zach Wood, John Cho, Zoe Chao, Paul Walter Hauser, Ken Jeong, Poppy Liu and Vivian Wu in 'The Afterparty' season 2.While recounting his version of events — which plays out like an type of heist or crime film during his interrogation — a number of things about Sebastian are revealed, including the fact he's the person seen streaking the night of the wedding by Vivian (Vivian Wu), Feng (Ken Jeong) and others.
Tom Holland fans defend actor from homophobic abuse over ‘The Crowded Room’ scene
Tom Holland have defended the star from homophobic comments over a scene in his recent Apple TV+ series The Crowded Room.The psychological thriller focuses on the real-life story of Billy Milligan who was arrested for his involvement in a New York shooting in 1979, and through a series of interviews with Rya Goodwin (Amanda Seyfried) audiences learn about his mysterious past.During one scene, which has circulated online in recent days, Holland’s character is seen having sex with a man in a club, before doing drugs and performing oral sex.However, many fans have been forced to defend the actor from homophobic reactions to the moment, with one tweeting: “PEOPLE ARE ONLY WEIRDED OUT BY TOM HOLLAND DOING THAT SCENE BECAUSE OF RAMPANT HOMOPHOBIA !”.Another added: “Why are people so mad about tom holland playing a queer character? the homophobia today is bonkers,” while a third wrote: “The fact that a single scene on an Apple Plus show featuring Tom Holland has brought out so much homophobia from the stupidest people is… actually it’s not even a little surprising, it’s just annoying.”Many more have shared their reactions:PEOPLE ARE ONLY WEIRDED OUT BY TOM HOLLAND DOING THAT SCENE BECAUSE OF RAMPANT HOMOPHOBIA !— jabba (@jabbagfx) July 16, 2023why are people so mad about tom holland playing a queer character? the homophobia today is bonkers— luma