"The Great Grass Race," a new web series from Menace Vision sends 12 contestants across America in a lawnmower traveling at a slow speed of 5.5mphs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Producer/director Cosmo Kiindarius talks about the competition show which sends six teams on the road who have to rely on the generosity of others to survive. This new series is not about who can make it across the finish line first but who earned the most points and minutes.
The new horror/slasher flick MURDER IN THE WOODS stars a LatinX cast in familiar roles in the genre. Actress Catherine Toribio plays Celeste, the sexy influencer who loves to antagonize the young group. The Bronx native talks to CineMovie about the role and what went on behind the scenes in creating her mutilated body.
'The Boys' star Erin Moriarty promises her scenes for season 2 will be some of the craziest things she's done but there's one thing she had to do that almost made her "sh** her bed." Find out what it was in this video interview with her costar Jack Quaid.
What do "The Boys" showrunners have against sea mammals? In season 2 of the Amazon Prime series, a poor whale feels Butcher's (Karl Urban) wrath when he rams a boat into the belly of the beast after Chace Crawford's The Deep puts the sea mammal in harms way. Crawford, Jessie T.Usher, Urban, Laz Alonso, Jack Quaid and showrunner Eric Kripke discuss the disturbing scene. In doing so, Crawford may have said something that may indicate his demise in the sophomore season. Watch below.
GET DUKED's premise is a hilarious one in that the Duke of Edinburgh aka Prince Philip is secretly killing off slackers in the Scottish Highlands. CineMovie talked to director Ninian Doff and the cast about this black comedy that's a cross between TRAINSPOTTING, THE PURGE and BEAVIS AND BUTTHEAD. CineMovie zoomed with the writer/director and stars Samuel Bottomley, Lewis Gribben and Viraj Juneja to talk about the wild movie, and whether they need to watch their backs with the British royals.
Directors David Darg and Price James were brought on to document David Arquette's return to the wrestling ring in YOU CANNOT KILL DAVID ARQUETTE, but they wanted to focus on his emotional journey as he was in a dark place when they met him. The filmmakers discuss the negative reaction he received from fans and wrestlers, and how training with Mexican luchadores turned his wrestling career around.
Karl Urban and Laz Alonso return as the Boys on #Amazon Prime's series, "The Boys." Urban's Butcher does something truly terrifying that he won't live down all season. A season 3 has been announced, and Urban gives us an update about the delay in shooting season 3.
In her first leading role, young Spanish actress Stephanie Gil plays Lucia in FATIMA, the true story of the three children who saw apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Fatima, Portugal in 1917. She tells CineMovie about her experience working on the film and the Miracle of the Sun event that changed a country.
CHEMICAL HEARTS stars Lili Reinhart ("Riverdale'), Austin Abrams ("Euphoria"), Kara Young (HAIR WOLF, "The Punisher") and Coral Peña ("The Enemy Within"). Based on the book by Krystal Sutherland, Kara and Coral play high school teens who are friends with the main protagonist Henry. While Henry falls for his mysterious new classmate Grace (Reinhart), La (Young) and Cora (Peña), figure out their own relationship as gay, yet it's far more simple in comparison to the complicated love affair between Henry and Grace. The actress talk about the significance of portraying LGBTQ characters in a film aimed at young adults.
David Arquette (SCREAM, NEVER BEEN KISSED) returns to the wrestling ring in YOU CANNOT KILL DAVID ARQUETTE. Wrestling fans were not thrilled to see the actor attempt a comeback after winning the WCW World Championship in 2000 in an apparent gimmick. He wants to set the record straight on that win, and earn fan's respect. He looked to lucha libre in Tijuana for training, and the experience ended up transforming his life. The YOU CANNOT KILL DAVID ARQUETTE documents his journey to overcome his personal issues and legitimately become a wrestler.
THE NEW MUTANTS finally hits movie theaters August 28 after a 2-year delay because of the Disney/FOX merger, bad timing with other superhero films and then movie theaters closed. Now in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, star Anya Taylor-Joy, Alice Braga and director Josh Boone say maybe the universe had different plans and now the horror thriller is more timely.