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Vera Farmiga as well as Patrick Wilson have had great success with Witchcraft movies, low-budget creepers of demonic possession that make big money at the box office. The third film in the main series, Conjuring: The devil made me do itwill hit theaters (and HBO Max) on June 4th, which means it’s time for another Farmiga-Wilson surprise hit.
They work well together in films, playing real-life husband and wife exorcists who always get too close to the point. But, apparently, they cannot do this demonic business forever. So what could this pair of cute actors do together in the future? We have ideas.
Renowned pop singer and actor Leela “LJ” Japps (Farmiga) and a Himbo movie star with a heart of gold used by Cal Cambridge (Wilson). In the early 2000s, they were the most popular tabloid couple in the world – they starred in two films together (comedy-drama with good intentions Ms Maryland and the notorious bomb G-G, modern update Tooth) and Cal appeared in one of LJ’s music videos (for the song “LJ on the L Train”). In the years that followed, they separated, started their own families, and experienced the ups and downs of their wonderful careers. Now in their 40s and decidedly single, LJ and Cal find themselves yearning for each other. Either they always had to be together, or they just feel nostalgic. Throwing away the caution and pressure of journalism to the wind, they reunite, going to Key West – towed by the paparazzi – to see if there’s more in there. Niche Ganatra directs this sparkling, witty, melancholic romantic comedy about the real people behind the characters.
When a deadly pandemic breaks out, the Internet teeming with theories that it was not a natural occurrence. Did the virus somehow escape from a high-security, secret virology lab in the mountains outside of Denver? Dr. Dana Drake (Farmiga) is investigating a case with incredible help from local sheriff Nate Nixon (Wilson), who needs to settle scores after illness devastated half of his small town. Fighting off annoying bureaucrats and getting closer to the answer, Dana and Nate understand that they are dealing not only with biology, but also with some chemistry. Producer Lesli linka glatter, A leak it is a retrospective mystical novel with a distinctly modern resonance.
Callie Kent (Farmiga) on top of the world. Her third self-help book, You can get from here, is a runaway bestseller, she moved to a stunning townhouse in Brooklyn Heights, and her daughter Izzy (Babysitting club star Momona Tamada), just entered the city’s most elite private school. But suddenly everything collapses when an old photograph from Kelly’s youth pops up. Callie is the debut queen at the annual Omaha event. strong connections with some of America’s worst people… Did Callie know that she was participating in a ritual with a terrible historical context, or was she just an innocent child who knew nothing better? As Callie tries to win back Izzy’s respect, Nebraska-based conservative Congressman Lyle Standish (Wilson) begins speaking on her behalf. He believes there is nothing wrong with Masked Knights Ball, that Omaha’s wealthy oligarchs simply honor their legacy. Callie wants a protector like that? Who are they actually protecting? Who is an Callie Kent? Her identity breaks down as she spirals. Mike Whitea dark comedy about race, class and complicity.
Something is stirring underground. After a long period of inactivity, millions of insects are preparing to descend upon the world and begin their fleeting period of mating. This is an expected event, a strange fact known to science. Only the land has been so poisoned by poisonous and radioactive substances since the last flowering of the cicadas that this time they return to the wrong place. Brave cryptozoologists Kara Sandpiper (Farmiga) and Dylan Robichaux (Wilson) are the only ones who ring the bell for an impending super swarm, pleading with the President of the United States (Jimmy Smits) to do something before millions of Americans fall prey to a horde of deadly insects. It’s a race against time – and mother nature is in Roland EmmerichIntense disaster thriller featuring a music star Rita Ora as a popular social media influencer and conspiracy theorist.
Get rid of kinks!
All Keith Sussman (Wilson) wants to do this June is have some fun at Pride. It’s been a long year of social isolation, and he can’t wait to march in the parade, dance to the songs of his favorite divas, and maybe meet a handsome guy for a romantic party in early summer. But local bully Tanya Tumble (Farmiga) is thinking about another June. She thinks Pride has become too blatant, too child-unfriendly. She launches a campaign to clean up the annual orgy of the gay community by going to war against Keith and his ilk who want to express themselves as fully as possible. Promfrom Matthew Sklar writes melodies for this delightful musical comedy about sexual mores and changing norms, directed by Khaki creator Lucia Aniello… There are pivot turns not to be missed – from Daphne Rubin-Vega as local lesbian leather bar owner Darla Staples and Richard Madden as the love interest of Keith, Adam Steves – and a whole host of catchy earworms such as Claps for Chaps, Putting the P in Pride and Poppers Lament (Reprise).
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