Little Women Archives

Saturday Night Live released a new promo (Image: SNL screencap)
Earlier this week, we got a chance to check out this weekend's host Timothee Chalamet (Little Women, Dune) hard at work during rehearsals- and we can understand why When you're following a season line-up that's already included Chris Rock, Bill Burr, Issa Rae, Adele, John Mulaney, Dave Chappelle, and Jason Bateman, you know you have some[...]
Saturday Night Live returns this Saturday (Image: NBC)
After a not surprising "eh" return episode of NBC's Saturday Night Live (sorry but it's true, Jason Bateman and Morgan Wallen), this Saturday sees Timothee Chalamet (Little Women, Dune) as our ringmaster and Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band taking the night's musical guest Chalamet follows in a line of hosts this season that's[...]
Kathleen Gros Creating Anne Of Green Gables (Sort Of) Graphic Novel
Kathleen Gros is a cartoonist living in Vancouver, British Columbia, and is the creator behind the upcoming graphic novel Jo: An Adaptation of Little Women (Sort Of) from HarperCollins in September. Well, Gros seems to have now sold a thematic graphic novel sequel (sort of) with Anne, a contemporary middle-grade graphic novel inspired by the classic Anne[...]
Director M. Night Shyamalan at the Fox Winter TCA 2015 All-Star Party at the Langham Huntington Hotel, Pasadena. Editorial credit: Featureflash Photo Agency /
Today he hired Eliza Scanlen (Little Women), Thomasin McKenzie (Jojo Rabbit), Aaron Pierre (Krypton), Alex Wolff (Hereditary), and Vicky Krieps (Phantom Thread) in roles for the mystery project Shyamalan will, of course, write, produce, and direct the film, and Universal Pictures will release it That is all that anyone knows at this point, and with the shutdowns still[...]
Weekend Box Office: 'Bad Boys' Wins Again as Top Three Stays the Same
In yet another January horror bomb, The Turning placed sixth this weekend with a paltry $7.3 million and after The Grudge becomes the second horror film this month to receive an "F" from CinemaScore. The Box Office Top 10 for the weekend of January 24: Bad Boys For Life- $34 million 1917- $15.8 million Dolittle- $12.5 million The Gentlemen- $11[...]
Bad Boys 3
17-19 (Monday not included) Bad Boys For Life- $59.1 million Dolittle- $22.5 million 1917- $22.3 million Jumanji: The Next Level- $10 million Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker- $8.3 million Just Mercy- $7.27 million Little Women- $6.4 million Knives Out- $5.56 million Like a Boss- $5.3 million Frozen 2- $4.7 million Next week sees Guy Ritchie's mob comedy The Gentleman and horror film The Turning opening[...]
Warner Bros. Releases a New Batch of "Joker" Promotional Images
Rocketman, Dolemite is My Name, Uncut Gems, and The Farewell all missed Best Picture nods. See the full list of Oscars 2020 nominations down below.   Best Picture 1917 (Universal) Ford v Ferrari (Fox) The Irishman (Netflix) Jojo Rabbit (Fox Searchlight) Joker (Warner Bros.) Little Women (Sony) Marriage Story (Netflix) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Sony) Parasite (Neon) Actor in a Leading Role Antonio Banderas (Pain and Glory) Leonardo DiCaprio (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) Adam Driver (Marriage[...]
New Trailer and Poster for "1917" Show Desperate Men on a Desperate Mission
The other new opener bombed, as the new Kristen Stewart thriller Underwater only opened with $6.7 million. The Weekend Boxx Office for January 10: 1917- $36.5 million Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker- $15.3 million Jumanji: The Next Level- $13.3 million Like a Boss- $10.7 million Just Mercy- $10.2 million Little Women- $7.4 million Underwater- $6.7 million Knives Out- $5.7 million Frozen 2- $5.6 million Spies[...]
New Domestic and International Character Posters for "Jumanji: The Next Level"
Little Women also continues to impress, adding another $13.5 million to its total and its running total to $60 million It has a real shot at getting to $100 million, an impressive feat. Coming in at number four is Sony's remake of The Grudge Panned by critics, and scoring a rare "F" rating from audiences, it[...]
Bleeding Cool Writers Picks Their Top 10 Films of the Year
I would love to see how this would work as a two-episode format series-ender for the AMC modern classic. Kaitlyn Booth: Ford v Ferrari Parasite Little Women Knives Out Hustlers Marriage Story Jojo Rabbit Apollo 11 Booksmart 1917 Ford v Ferarri is one of the rare perfect films of 2019 There might be a few nitpicks things you could find if you spent time looking for them[...]
Barack Obama Picks His Favorite Films of the Year
It's our first offering in partnership with Netflix, and I'm excited about the other projects we've got in the works.  I can say that I agree with including Booksmart, The Farewell, Parasite, Marriage Story, and Little Women, as I have seen those films and they are great I am excited to check out the ones I[...]
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker- A Mess of a Movie, But Ultimately Enjoyable [REVIEW]
What a disaster. Rounding out the top five are last weeks champ Jumanji: The Next Level at a staying strong $26.1 million, Frozen 2 at $12.3 million, and Knives Out continued its awesome run, adding $6.1 million. The Weekend Box Office Top 10 for December 20: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker- $176 Million Jumanji: The Next Level- $26.1[...]