The wole world remebers ‘BORAT’, a character created by Sacha Baron Cohen and made famous to the whole wide world in 2006’s film ‘Borat:(Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan)’, where the made-up Kazakh TV personality travels around the US and is basically pi**ing people off.
It was huge at that time, with a budget of aprox $18 million and grossed over $260 million worldwide ($128 million is US alone).
Reports about an upcoming sequel surfaced on the Internet a couple of weeks ago and were soon proven to be true. Amazon bought it and will be be streaming on October 23.
Even this time the complet title is trippy: ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan and is another mockumentary comedy film.
‘Free Guy’ is a take on what may possibly happen if an NPC (non-playable character) would become aware of the fact that this world he’s living in is a videogame.
As you’ll see in the trailer below: ones own (repeatedly) death, looting and violent behavior is normal and happens on daily basis. But happens when one of the exposed starts defying it?
Because of the global pandemic the initial planned release in July has been postphoned to December. I hope there’ll be no further delay, I mean – you’ve got a great concept, Ryan Reynolds (amazing actor) as the lead and some romance going on. Will he be able to save his world?
On the same day Disney’s streming service – Disney+ – launched in eight more countries, (Portugal, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Belgium and Luxembourg), the company released the first trailer for the second seasons of ‘The Mandalorian’.
‘The Mandalorian’ is the first live-action series set in the ‘Star Wars’- universe and successful, with a rating of 8,7/10 from over 188 000 users on IMDb. There are eight episodes (the whole first season) with a length of in between 29 to 38 minutes available on D+.
The series has became a pop-culture phenomena a lot thanks to “Baby Yoda”.
The next epic sci-fi adventure is ‘Dune’. Based on the classic work with the same name, written by Frank Herbert, it follows a brilliant and gifted young man – Paul Atreides (played by Timothée Chalamet) – destined for greatness.
It has a STELLAR CAST with Jason Momoa (‘Game of Thrones’) , Josh Brolin (‘Avengers’), Dave Bautista (‘Guardians of the Galaxy’), Oscar Isaac (the ‘Star Wars’- sequels), Stellan Skarsgård (‘Chernobyl’), Rebecca Ferguson (‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’) and Zendaya (the new ‘Spider-Man’- trilogy).
‘Friends’ was HUGE, THE BIGGEST PHENOMENON on TV and a lot of it it’s attributed to like… everything?
Nah, joke aside, it was a well produced sitcom following a cast dealing with their everyday life and mixed with a great portion of humor. I mentioned the characters and every single article or post about the show should do so. They are unique to each other and the chemistry inbetween is perfect.
You’ve got [PICTURE ABOVE] Phoebe, Chandler, Rachel, Ross, Monica and Joey, all of them LOVED by viewers mostly because of what they are. It was common to have a favorite back then, mine was Joey, without doubt. I mean who could get angry with him? He was like the perfect friend.
‘Friends’ aired between 1994 to 2004 and rewatching it today, with the newly gained insight since then has actually made me switch to Chandler as my favorite. His sarcasm just clicks with me and I LOVE every single one of his scenes.
There is a big chance some of you are too young to be familiar with this show or the cast so I want to introduce you to ‘Sarcasm 101’ with Chandler Bing, an SNL sketch from 1998:
‘The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’ is a sitcom from 1990 – 1996 with Will Smith as the lead and it was the breakthrough for his career.
A reboot of the series has been in talks but nothing official confirmed. And that until a couple of days ago when it was publicly made that indeed it’s in works.
The awesome stuff here is that there was an unofficial [fan made] trailer released last year and produced by Morgan Cooper and turned the show it into a drama. Could be cool, right?
Well, Will Smith will return to his roots; this time as a producer, the same Morgan Cooper, the maker of the viral “fake” trailer, will serve as the co-writer, director, and the executive producer. His video is now the OFFICIAL trailer.
Both Netflix and HBO Max seem interested, according to reports.
Here’s the trailer:
I was sceptical at first because the original formula was perfect and nothing could match it. All the characters were like that (imagine Carlton’s dance moves, buttler Geoffrey’s sarcasm, Uncle Phil- yeah you get the idea), the humor perfectly timed and it was a joy to watch.
However, after seeing the trailer, they have the possibility to do something above the normal. They don’t have to match anything, they need to do their own thing and I put my hope that they will achieve something GREAT.
PSA to all ‘Rick and Morty’ freaks: Adult Swim has teased the fifth season with a footage introducing a new nemesis of Rick and even taking shots at DC and Marvel.
There is no release date [yet] announced but the most common guess is that we’ll have to wait shorter than we did before from season three (October 2017) to season four (November 2019). Adult Swim has ordered 70 more episodes back in 2018 and ten of these made up the latest season, so there are 60 left.
The show is available in 31 countries on Netflix and in all of these, the show is streaming at least up-to-and-including season 4A. Season four was released in two parts/batches (with half year in-between) – often referred to as 4A and 4B, of five episodes each.