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What The Weeds Cast Is Doing Now, Including Mary-Louise Parker

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During its celebrated eight-season run, critics and audiences alike were certainly high on Showtime's
Weeds. Starring Mary-Louise Parker in one of her most acclaimed performances, along with Justin Kirk, Elizabeth Perkins, and Kevin Nealon in supporting turns, this darkly comedic series from
Weeds 4.20, which is now in development. With the announcement of this decade-later continuation, we asked ourselves, "What is the
Weeds cast doing now?" Let's take a look and find out!
Mary-Louise Parker (Nancy Botwin)
As Nancy Botwin, a PTA soccer mom who maintains her upper-middle-class lifestyle by being a weed dealer, Mary-Louise Parker plays the protagonist in Showtime's

Box Office: 'Mortal Kombat' Nears $20M Overseas As 'Nobody' Nears $35M Global

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Box Office: ‘Mortal Kombat’ Nears $20M Overseas As ‘Nobody’ Nears $35M Global
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Godzilla Vs. Kong ($80.5 million domestic and $390 million worldwide), Warner Bros.’ next would-be theatrical savior (relatively speaking) continued its slow global roll.
Mortal Kombat, an over/under $95 million R-rated adaptation of the popular and long-running video game series, earned another $5.7 million from 6,128 screens in 28 markets. That brings its global cume to $19.2 million, including $9.6 million in Russia. The James Wan-produced and Simon McQuoid-directed action fantasy opens in North America this Friday, and it damn-well better contain both babalities and friendships! Don’t save that gold for the sequel, give the fans what they want in the first movie!

Godzilla vs. Kong tops $80 million at North American box office

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Godzilla vs. Kong dominated the domestic box office for the third weekend in a row with an extra $7.7 million in ticket sales, SYFY WIRE has confirmed. The kaiju-on-kaiju smackdown (which is also available to stream on HBO Max until the end of the month) now stands tall in North America with $80.5 million, and is expected to be the first pandemic-era release to hit $100 million between the U.S. and Canada.
Even if that doesn't happen, though, the Warner Bros./Legendary project is still the highest-grossing movie of the planet-wide health crisis — both domestically and globally. It's a rather commendable achievement in a time when major theaters are: A) operating at limited capacity in order to maintain social distancing and B) contending with hybrid theatrical/streaming rollout plans for major studio blockbusters. "Given the impaired marketplace,"

Riders of Justice Trailer Sends Mads Mikkelsen on a Revenge Fueled Mission

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Riders of Justice Trailer Sends Mads Mikkelsen on a Revenge Fueled Mission
Riders of Justice Trailer Sends Mads Mikkelsen on a Revenge Fueled Mission
Magnolia Pictures has released a new trailer for Riders of Justice, which arrives in theaters next month.
Riders of Justice. This is the latest to star Mads Mikkelsen (
Doctor Strange,
Casino Royale), and he's been quite busy as of late. The actor is seemingly joining every major franchise under the sun. Be that as it may, he is still finding time to star in original projects. In this case, he is in a gritty thriller as an ex-military man who is carving out a path of revenge on behalf of his late wife.

Following Rumors, See What Star Wars' Daisy Ridley Could Look Like As Spider-Woman

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The rumor mill's been pointing to Daisy Ridley possibly suiting up as Spider-Woman.

'Chaos Walking' — unsettling sci-fi that exposes men's thoughts

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April 15, 2021
In Chaos Walking, Todd Hewitt is learning to be a man – and in Prentisstown, ostensibly the only settlement to survive humanity’s arrival on the planet New World, this means keeping your thoughts to yourself.
Something about the planet makes men’s consciousness audible and visible to others. As such, they must constantly hide their thoughts by focusing on something else, rehearsing daily chores or even just reciting their own names again and again. Women were unaffected, apparently, but rarely glimpsed aliens called the Spackle killed them all years ago, condemning the settlement to eventual extinction.
If this account of things seems a little off, imagine it delivered by an especially troubled-looking Mads Mikkelsen, who plays Prentisstown’s mysterious mayor. Watching his settlement’s secrets come to light, one by one, is one of this film’s chief pleasures.

Mads Mikkelsen Joins Indiana Jones 5

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Mads Mikkelsen Joins Indiana Jones 5
Mads Mikkelsen Joins Indiana Jones 5
Hannibal and Fantastic Beasts 3 star Mads Mikkelsen has boarded Indiana Jones 5 in a lead role opposite Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
Hannibal star's casting in the upcoming movie sequel comes shortly after the announcement that Phoebe Waller-Bridge had also signed on to be a part of the cast in a lead role. The two will join a returning Harrison Ford who will also be back as the titular adventurer for the fifth time.
Plot details, along with information about who
Mads Mikkelsen will be playing, have yet to be revealed. What we know is that James Mangold will be directing the movie after taking the reins from Steven Spielberg, the director behind all four previous installments. Spielberg will still be on board to produce alongside Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, and Simon Emanuel. John Williams, the composer who worked on the score of all four prior movies, also returns to compose

Your Weekly Roundup of New Movies: "Nina Wu" Is a Darkly Surrealist Character Study Based on True Events

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Your Weekly Roundup of New Movies: “Nina Wu” Is a Darkly Surrealist Character Study Based on True Events What to see and skip that's streaming or in theaters.
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*** Nina Wu is a struggling actress living in Taipei. When her agent nabs her an audition for a plum role in a '70s espionage thriller, she hesitates after learning it requires full-frontal nudity, though ultimately goes through with it. She earns the part, but discovers that the on-set environment is dangerous and brutal—the director is abusive in his quest to elicit Nina's best performance, and the (mostly male) crew members do nothing to intervene. As Nina begins to unravel, repressed memories leak through the cracks, and she questions how she actually got the role in the first place. The answer is horrific, almost as horrific as the fact that Nina Wu is inspired by true events. Written by and starring Wu Ke-Xi in the titular role, this darkly surrealist character study takes inspiration from Satoshi Kon's 1997 anime masterpiece

Empire Issue Preview: Tom Hiddleston, Ray Fisher, Army Of The Dead, Attack The Block Turns 10, George A Romero

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After a few years away from our screens, Tom Hiddleston is back, and brighter than ever – returning to the iconic role of Marvel’s Loki in a brand new Disney+ series. And in the new issue of
Empire – on sale Thursday 15 April, and available to pre-order online now here – you can read a world-exclusive new interview with the man himself, giving the first word on
Loki, talking his time away from the spotlight, and looking back on his career so far, working with some of the very best filmmakers around today.
There’s plenty more inside too, from a double whammy of zombie madness, to a major new Ray Fisher interview – here’s a sneak peek inside the issue.

Tom Holland fully resembles Spider-Man in incredible gymnastic display

Tom Holland has wowed his Instagram followers as he resembled Spider-Man during an impressive gymnastics showcase

Godzilla vs. Kong repeats atop the box office and becomes the highest-grossing movie during pandemic

Warner Bros. continues to prove its hybrid release strategy comprised of theatrical and simultaneous drops on HBO Max is paying off, with Godzilla vs. Kong setting a new record.

'Godzilla Vs. Kong' Fires Up $70M; Easily Top-Grossing Pic To Date At Domestic B.O. During Pandemic – Monday Update


‘Godzilla Vs. Kong’ Fires Up $70M; Easily Top-Grossing Pic To Date At Domestic B.O. During Pandemic – Monday Update
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Monday AM: 
Godzilla vs. Kong had a better than expected Sunday of $3.8M, off 38% from Saturday which puts the Legendary title’s second weekend at
$13.88M, -56% for a running total of
$70M. It’s conceivable that the monster fourthquel gets past $90M, and $100M wouldn’t be shocking at the domestic box office. What’s interesting is that on Saturday AM, rival industry sources believed 
GvK would hit $70M on the nose by EOD Sunday. If you haven’t already, read how 

Chaos Walking review: Unsettling sci-fi that exposes men's thoughts

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In
Chaos Walking, Todd Hewitt (Tom Holland) is learning to be a man – and in Prentisstown, ostensibly the only settlement to survive humanity’s arrival on the planet New World, this means keeping your thoughts to yourself.
Something about the planet makes men’s consciousness audible and visible to others. As such, they must constantly hide their thoughts by focusing on something else, rehearsing daily chores or even just reciting their own names again and again. Women were unaffected, apparently, but rarely glimpsed aliens called the Spackle killed them all years ago, condemning the settlement to eventual extinction.

Godzilla Vs. Kong Wins Second Weekend at the Box Office, Breaking Pandemic Record

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Warner Bros./Legendary's Godzilla vs. Kong has earned $69.5 million domestically, which easily makes it the highest grossing movie of the pandemic..

'Godzilla vs. Kong' tops North American box office with $13.4M

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'Godzilla vs. Kong' tops North American box office with $13.4M. Godzilla vs. Kong is the No. 1 movie at the North American box office for a second weekend, earning an additional $13.4 million in receipts, BoxOfficeMojo.com announced Sunday.

Chaos Walking review – dreary sci-fi romp wasn't worth the wait

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Chaos Walking review – dreary sci-fi romp wasn't worth the wait
James City A.M.'s film editor and a regular on both TV and radio discussing the latest movie releases
It’s never a promising sign when a movie is released that should have been on our screens several years ago. Chaos Walking, an adaptation of Patrick Ness’ sci-fi novel, began principal photography in 2017, with a view to a 2019 release date. Poor test screenings resulted in extensive reshoots followed by a delay due to the Global Pandemic. Over three years on from the initial shoot, we finally get to see the end product. 

Empire Podcast #459: Riz Ahmed And Darius Marder

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On an episode of the Empire Podcast so uncharacteristically short it could qualify for inclusion in Sam Clements' 90 Minutes Or Less Film Fest, Chris Hewitt sits down with Riz Ahmed and Darius Marder, the star and director of the phenomenal
Sound Of Metal, to talk about how they pulled off one of the year's best dramas (and, because it's about a drummer, drumas).
And then Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer to talk about more Easter egg shenanigans, discuss which movie monsters could do with a hug (which then segues into a chat about the best movie hugs), take a look at the week's movie news including a boatload of trailers, and review

Godzilla vs Kong destroys the box office competition with a pandemic-best $32M domestic debut


After more than a year of paltry (and non-existent) opening weekends due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the box office is roaring back to life with Godzilla vs. Kong.
Warner Bros.' massive monster mash-up debuted with a pandemic-best $32.2 million over the three-day opening weekend, with $48.5 million over its first five days, since its March 31 debut in theaters, via Deadline.
The big-screen adventure from director Adam Wingard has also been a huge hit overseas, with $236.9 million from foreign markets for a worldwide total of $285.4 million from just 12 days in theaters, while also being available worldwide on HBO Max.
Box office hit: After more than a year of paltry (and non-existent) opening weekends due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the box office is roaring back to life with Godzilla vs. Kong

'Godzilla vs. Kong' tops box office with $32.2M in opening weekend

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April 5, 2021
Godzilla vs. Kong was the No. 1 movie at North American theaters this weekend, earning $32.2 million in receipts. The opening is the highest amount a film has raked in during its debut in the past year, where the coronavirus pandemic has kept people out of theaters and watching films at home.
Wonder Woman 1984 held the record with $16.7 million when it premiered in December and
Tom and Jerry scored $14 million when it opened in February.
 Last week’s No. 1 movie was
Nobody, which opened with $6.7 million. Coming in at No. 2 at cinemas this weekend is
The Unholy with $3.2 million, followed by

'Godzilla vs. Kong' tops box office with $32.2M in opening weekend | HOT 98.1

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Godzilla vs. Kong was the No. 1 movie at North American theaters this weekend, earning $32.2 million in receipts. The opening is the highest amount a film has raked in during its debut in the past year, where the coronavirus pandemic has kept people out of theaters and watching films at home. Wonder Woman 1984 held the record with $16.7 million when it premiered in December and Tom and Jerry scored $14 million when it opened in February. Last week's No. 1 movie was Nobody, which opened with $6.7 million. Coming in at No. 2 at cinemas this weekend is The Unholy with $3.2 million, followed by Nobody at No. 3 with $3.1 million, Raya and the Last Dragon at No. 4 with $2.1 million and Tom and Jerry at No. 5 with $1.4 million. Rounding out the top tier are The Girl Who Believes in Miracles at No. 6 with $580,000, The Courier at No. 7 with $450,000, Chaos Walking at No. 8 with $380,000, The Croods: A New Age at No. 9 with $210,000 and French Exit at No. 10 with $193,000.The total box office business for this weekend in Canada and the United States was about $45 million.'Godzilla vs. Kong' Doubles Expectations With Almost $50 Million on Opening WeekendVia www.indiewire.comWith minimal competition, and as a film that begs for theatrical presentation, the opportunities...04/04/2021 3:54 PM Editorial credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com

'Godzilla vs. Kong' tops box office with $32.2M in opening weekend | KKMI

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Godzilla vs. Kong was the No. 1 movie at North American theaters this weekend, earning $32.2 million in receipts. The opening is the highest amount a film has raked in during its debut in the past year, where the coronavirus pandemic has kept people out of theaters and watching films at home. Wonder Woman 1984 held the record with $16.7 million when it premiered in December and Tom and Jerry scored $14 million when it opened in February. Last week's No. 1 movie was Nobody, which opened with $6.7 million. Coming in at No. 2 at cinemas this weekend is The Unholy with $3.2 million, followed by Nobody at No. 3 with $3.1 million, Raya and the Last Dragon at No. 4 with $2.1 million and Tom and Jerry at No. 5 with $1.4 million. Rounding out the top tier are The Girl Who Believes in Miracles at No. 6 with $580,000, The Courier at No. 7 with $450,000, Chaos Walking at No. 8 with $380,000, The Croods: A New Age at No. 9 with $210,000 and French Exit at No. 10 with $193,000.The total box office business for this weekend in Canada and the United States was about $45 million.'Godzilla vs. Kong' Doubles Expectations With Almost $50 Million on Opening WeekendVia www.indiewire.comWith minimal competition, and as a film that begs for theatrical presentation, the opportunities...04/04/2021 3:54 PM Editorial credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com

'Godzilla vs. Kong' tops box office with $32.2M in opening weekend | Mix 94.5

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'Godzilla vs. Kong' tops box office with $32.2M in opening weekend | Mix 94.5 - KMGE-FM
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April 5, 2021
Godzilla vs. Kong was the No. 1 movie at North American theaters this weekend, earning $32.2 million in receipts. The opening is the highest amount a film has raked in during its debut in the past year, where the coronavirus pandemic has kept people out of theaters and watching films at home.
Wonder Woman 1984 held the record with $16.7 million when it premiered in December and
Tom and Jerry scored $14 million when it opened in February.
 Last week’s No. 1 movie was
Nobody, which opened with $6.7 million. Coming in at No. 2 at cinemas this weekend is

'Godzilla vs. Kong' tops box office with $32.2M in opening weekend | WLGZ-FM Djro Broadcasting LLC

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April 5, 2021
Godzilla vs. Kong was the No. 1 movie at North American theaters this weekend, earning $32.2 million in receipts. The opening is the highest amount a film has raked in during its debut in the past year, where the coronavirus pandemic has kept people out of theaters and watching films at home.
Wonder Woman 1984 held the record with $16.7 million when it premiered in December and
Tom and Jerry scored $14 million when it opened in February.
 Last week’s No. 1 movie was
Nobody, which opened with $6.7 million. Coming in at No. 2 at cinemas this weekend is
The Unholy with $3.2 million, followed by

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