Are you ready for the weekend? Specifically, are you ready for a Long weekend? Of course, we are referring to the romantic comedy of the Stage 6 films from Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions.
Long weekend will debut in theaters today and mark the directorial debut of Steve Basilone, who also wrote the screenplay.
The romantic comedy stars Finn Wittrock as Bart who has a chance encounter with Vienna played by Zoë Chao. She’s a bit of a mystery, but the two end up having a connection and they have a whirlwind weekend together (hence the film’s title). As the two quickly and hard fall for each other, they fail to realize that the two are carrying secrets that could be their downfall… or the chance for a fresh start.
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The film also features Casey Wilson, Jim Rash and Damon Wayans, Jr. Long weekend is produced by Deanna Barillari, Laura Lewis, Theodora Dunlap, Sam Bisbee, Audrey Rosenberg and Jess Jacobs. Executive producers are Franklin Carson, Lance Acord and Jackie Kelman Bisbee. The film is produced by Invisible Pictures, Park Pictures, Fifty Seventh Street Productions and Rebelle Media.
Watch the trailer below.
The short movie Human voice is not just your ordinary short film. This is Pedro Almodóvar’s first English-language project – and Sony Pictures Classics is releasing it in theaters in Los Angeles, Miami and New York.
The human voice, which screened in 2020 at the Venice Film Festival and the BFI London Film Festival, stars Oscar-winning actress Tilda Swinton and is stamped with the Oscar-winning filmmaker’s iconic signature throughout.
Swinton takes on the role of a woman who watches time pass by the suitcases of an ex-lover who is supposed to come and collect them. Unfortunately, it never happens. She is also with her dog who does not realize that her owner has abandoned her.
During the three days of waiting, Human voice follows this woman’s emotional journey as she goes from helplessness to hopelessness and loss of control. However, the ex-lover finally calls, but she took a cocktail of pills which left her unconscious. Fortunately, he calls again but she finds that the voice on the other end is his.
Almodovarian hijinks ensue.
Watch the trailer below.
From the cinephile art of Almodovar to a slightly lighter family cuisine, the staging of Miguel Arteta Yes day will debut on Netflix today.
Based on the book by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and adapted by Justin Malen, Yes day follows parents Allison (Jennifer Garner) and Carlos (Édgar Ramírez) who decide to give their children a “yes” after feeling that they are saying no to them all the time. The rules are simple: children make the rules for 24 hours and everyone must obey them. Sounds like fun, right? Well, these kids had no idea they would be going on an adventure around Los Angeles – an adventure that brings the family together.
Yes day Also stars Jenna Ortega, Julian Lerner, Everly Carganilla, HER, Nat Faxon, Molly Sims, Fortune Feimster and Arturo Castro. Garner produces alongside Lawrence Gray, Ben Everard, Daniel Rappaport and Nicole King Solaka.
Watch the trailer below.
Artist Ephraim Asili makes his directorial debut with Inheritance which opens in virtual cinemas today.
Inheritance premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival before performing at the New York Film Festival and the Berlin Forum. The feature film chronicles the often overlooked 1985 bombings in Philadelphia.
Inspired by the time of Asili living in collectives of black artists, the film is described as a “remix of Jean-Luc Godard‘s The Chinese“. Inheritance mixes documentary footage of the Philadelphia liberation group MOVE bombing with a scripted tale about young black artists and activists trying to form their own collective. The film also features living members of MOVE and other activists like Sonia Sanchez and Ursula Rucker.
IFC Films will serve sci-fi thrills with To come true which comes out on VOD and hits theaters this weekend.
Written and directed by Anthony Scott Burns, To come true is a story gone wrong about studying sleep about a high school student Sarah (Julia Sarah Stone) who is at her lowest point. When she runs away, she struggles with loneliness and recurring nightmares. She enrolls in a college sleep study that offers the promise of safety and money and brings her an unexpected friend and confidant in supervising scientist Jeremy (Landon Liboiron).
What could possibly go wrong?
There is something curious about the debates and the observation. For some reason, Sarah’s dreams are getting worse. As the darkness begins to tighten, it’s clear that Sarah has unknowingly become leading him to a horrific new discovery.
In Dutch, Lance Gross plays Bernard James, Jr. who goes through the “Dutch” holder. He is a player who is just trying to dominate the streets and beyond by any means necessary. When he took control of the stolen heroin trade from an African drug lord, he quickly made it the most feared drug empire on the East Coast. As a result, there are plenty of people who want to defeat him, including a vengeful Mafia heir, an ambitious DA, and an upset former friend.
Dutch, which hits theaters today, is written and directed by Preston A. Whitmore II. The picture also features James Hyde, Tyrin Turner, Isabella Ferreira, Melissa Williams, Macy Gray and Jeremy Meeks with appearances from Michael Blackson, OT Genasis, Renny and Gunna.
Dark Star Pictures and Bloody Disgusting will release horror Honeydew in theaters today ahead of its on-demand and digital arrival on April 13.
Written and directed by Devereux Milburn, Honeydew follows a young couple (Sawyer Spielberg and Malin Barr) who are forced to seek refuge in the home of an aging farmer (Barbara Kingsley) and her particular son, when they suddenly start having strange cravings and hallucinations. carrying the bizarre rabbit hole.