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Especially for the true-blue fans!
The Downton Abbey movie has arrived. After a two-year wait since the series ended, fans were finally able to head to theaters to catch the Crawleys and the Downton Abbey staff go back to their old antics.The plot revolves around a royal
Fans spotted the cast filming in New York City!
Heads up, To all The Boys fans: It could be very, very possible that the third TATBILB film is already in the works!The To All the Boys I've Loved Before franchise has been hard at work since announcements of a sequel were
Talk about lavish. The very first full-length trailer of Crazy Rich Asians has finally dropped, and it's as opulent as we hoped it would be!The two-minute clip opens with an invitation from Nick Young (Henry Golding) to Rachel Chu (Constance Wu): “We’ve been
And it's crazy good!
Before the first official trailer drops on April 23, Warner Bros. Pictures gives us a teaser of the film adaptation of Kevin Kwan's bestselling novel, Crazy Rich Asians—around 20 seconds of glorious film footage.Lead actors, Constance Wu (Rachel Chu) and Henry Golding
You need to see Araminta’s wedding gown!
Though the movie’s slated for release next year, fans of the novel were treated to a first look via Entertainment Weekly’s behind the scenes photos. However, one major thing did not go unnoticed: Araminta’s gold wedding gown. IMAGE instagram.com/entertainmentweeklyWhile the book describes
What do you think?
Looks like we've got a handsome breakout star on our hands! Henry Golding, an English-Malaysian television host and personality currently based in Singapore, has been cast to play male lead Nick Young in the upcoming film adaptation of Kevin Kwan's bestselling novel
...and it just might be released this year.
We've been aching for something to fill the Crawley family-shaped hole in our hearts, and we'll be getting our relief way sooner than expected: a Downton Abbey movie is in the works!via GIPHYAccording to actor Jeremy Swift, who played the perpetually cranky butler
We're crazy excited for this upcoming film adaptation.
It's official! Warner Bros. has acquired the adaptation rights for Kevin Kwan's hilarious best-selling novel Crazy Rich Asians, and a film version is definitely in the works.This, as Revelist.com puts it, is "the first movie Hollywood literally cannot whitewash." Overdue as things