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Academy Award winner Al Pacino and Meadow Williams starring The American Traitor: The Trial of the Axis Sally, Historical drama arriving at select theaters on Memorial Day weekend via Vertical Entertainment and Redbox Entertainment. The film is directed by Michael Polish, which is based on a true story and follows the lives of American woman Mildred Gellars (Williams) and her attorney (Pacino), who struggle to regain her reputation.
Dubbed “Axis Sally” to broadcast Nazi propaganda for US forces during WWII, Mildred’s story reveals the dark side of a propaganda machine full of hatred for the Third Reich, her eventual arrest in Berlin, and the subsequent trial for treason against the United States after WWII. war.
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Mitch Bilge, Thomas Kretschman, Lalla Kent, Carsten Norgard, and Swain Temel complete the cast. The image based on William E. Owen’s novel, Sally’s Secret Axis, is also available upon request. William and Vance Owen’s book Axis Sally Confidential,
Lionsgate action thriller Endangered species It made its debut in select theaters today. Directed and co-written by MJ Bassett, the film is an adventure story that unfolds under a harsh African sun.
The film stars Rebecca Romijn, Philip Winchester, Isabel Bassett, Michael Johnston, Chris Fisher, and Jerry O’Connell.
Winchester plays Jack Halsey who takes his wife (Romaine), their adult children, and a friend on their dream vacation to Kenya. But while they venture alone in a wild park, their safari wagon is overturned by an angry rhino, leaving them injured and desperate. Then, as the two of them go in search of rescue, a fierce bloody encounter with a tiger and a clan of hyenas incites a desperate fight for survival.
In the drama of Daniel Lesovitz Port AuthorityPaul (Fionn Whitehead) arrives at stunning New York City Central Station with nowhere to go after being kicked out of his home in Central Pennsylvania.
A momentary encounter with Wayne (Lena Bloom), a similar-colored woman, prompts him to search for her. Soon the love blossoms in her beauty and self-confidence. But as the two learn more about each other, Paul’s erroneous accounts begin to emerge and the double lives he leads must be reconciled.
McCall Lombardi and Christopher “Africa” Quarles also participated in the tournament.
Momentum Pictures will release the film in limited theaters this weekend, followed by a digital release on June 1.
Moby opens up about his life and career in Moby Doc, A surreal biographical documentary that made its debut in today’s digital theaters and platforms from Greenwich Entertainment. Directed by Rob Gordon Pralver, the film will travel through his tumultuous personal life and iconic music from underground punk bands to a charismatic solo artist, and from struggling addict to vegan activist.
Docu promises to catch an unparalleled look at an artist who has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide, a longtime animal rights activist, and a man whose painful childhood shaped in profound ways. It features a number of interviews including with David Lynch and David Bowie, as well as music and archive footage.
Horror film Jason William Lee, FunhouseAlso available in theaters and upon request via Magnet Releasing this weekend.
In the movie, backup singer and famous ex-husband Casper is invited to compete in Funhouse, an online reality show “Big Brother”. To paraphrase and tarnish his reputation, Casper reluctantly accepts the offer. Along with 7 other C-list celebrities from around the world, he will be competing for a prize of $ 5 million.
At first, Funhouse is just as its name suggests, filled with wild times, budding friendships, love relationships, and rivalries brewing. To everyone’s surprise, the fun quickly turns into misery when the first challenge brutally kills a runner.
The pic stars Walter Skarsgård, Gigi Saul Guerrero and Khamisa Welcher.
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