The princesses from Disney films have gathered for their second session of Dungeons & Dragons. That’s right, Damsels, Dice, and Everything Nice is back for their second episode. This time, the princesses (with Belle as the DM) discuss how they all know each other and then a small brawl breaks out. My favorite part is that Tiana’s Druid is named Aly Gator. This is followed closely by Megara’s use of necromancy.
Damsels, Dice, and Everything Nice is a webseries created by Kailey Bray. Also, the episode is only 10 minutes long so it’s not a great time investment. Definitely something fun for Disney and D&D fans. More episodes are planned and you can stay up to date by following their Twitter account.
Taron Egerton steps up to the mic for Rocketman music video
Though most know him for his hard-hitting action chops from the Kingsman franchise, actor Taron Egerton is also graced with singing skills. For the upcoming Elton John biopic Rocketman, the 29-year-old star took to the mic to recreate the subject character’s songs, including the title track. Paramount Pictures has debuted hte music has debuted the official music video for Egerton’s cover of the song, which you can check out in the player below along with the new Dolby poster in the gallery!
The film will focus on Elton John’s beginnings, starting when he was a prodigy at the Royal Academy of Music and carrying over to when he reached global stardom through his influential and enduring musical partnership with his songwriting collaborator Bernie Taupin. It will look at the performer’s life past the glitter saturated image we have grown so accustomed to associating with the performer.
Rocketman stars Taron Egerton (Kingsman: Secret Service) as the famed singer/songwriter, along with Jamie Bell (TURN: Washington’s Spies), Richard Madden (Game of Thrones), and Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom).
BAFTA nominee Dexter Fletcher (Wild Bill, Eddie the Eagle) will be directing the film from a script by Oscar-nominated writer Lee Hall (Billy Elliot). Matthew Vaughn and his Marv Films will be producing the film alongside Elton John with his Rocket Pictures partner David Furnish.
Rocketman will soar in theaters wide on May 31.
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Matt Dillon’s Five Best Films
ComingSoon.net is counting down our five favorite films starring Matt Dillon, who has had many terrific roles over his four-decade career. Check out our choices in the gallery below!
An 80s teen idol turned serious 21st century actor, Matt Dillon always manages to bring a level of grit and realism to whatever he happens to be starring in. Across the world of film and television, Dillon has proven his ability as a leading man time and time again. Still, for whatever reason, he seems to be criminally undercast. Still, there are certain filmmakers who know his worth and give him plenty to work with.
Looking like a mix of Jim Carrey and Billy Crudup, Dillon obviously has a knack for both drama and comedy. He’s an Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominated actor, to be sure, but his performances are often deserving of so much more than just a nomination. Dillon is a bona fide winner, and is best roles prove this to be true.
What are your favorite Matt Dillon movies? Let us know in the comments below!
If you’re a fan of Marvel comics, or maybe you just want to check out a few, there’s a free and legal solution to get your hands on some comics. Rakuten Overdrive has partnered with Marvel to bring 600 graphic novels to Overdrive and their app Libby. For instance, if you’ve never read the Civil War comics, now you can read at least some of them. I’ve included a sample below.
If you already have a library card, you can use that to login and borrow these comics, or you can create a free account on Overdrive to access them as well. Even if you’re not looking to read Marvel comics, they have plenty of other books and comics for you to check out.
Zoey Deutch & Glen Powell to reunite in Netflix’s Most Dangerous Game
Set It Up duo Zoey Deutch (Before I Fall) and Glen Powell (Hidden Figures) have been tapped to star in Netflix and Treehouse Pictures’ brand new romantic comedy film titled Most Dangerous Game. The upcoming film will also be written by Set It Up writer Katie Silberman which is scheduled to begin production in 2020.
“The pairing of Zoey and Glen’s undeniable spark with Katie’s razor sharp dialogue was such an important factor in the success of Set It Up and we cannot wait to build on that even more with Most Dangerous Game,” Producer Justin Nappi said. “While it was clear that audiences were clamoring for a sequel, we are excited by the thought of creating a new, distinct film that explores different romantic comedy tropes while still being anchored in everything that we loved about the first movie.”
Most Dangerous Game will also be executive produced by Deutch and Powell along with Silberman and Treehouse Pictures’ Juliet Berman and Nappi to serve as producers. Further details about the film’s plot is still being kept under wraps.
Set It Up was the first collaboration between Deutch and Powell. It premiered last June and follows the story of two overworked assistants, who team up to trick their bosses into falling in love with each other, in order to make their jobs and lives much easier. The film also starred Lucy Liu (Charlie’s Angels) and Taye Digs (Private Practice).
Deutch’s notable film credits include Beautiful Creatures, Vampire Academy, Dirty Grandpa, Before I Fall, The Disaster Artist and Flower. She will next be seen in the long-awaited Zombieland sequel titled Zombieland: Double Tap opposite Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin.
Powell is best known for his role as John Glenn in the award-winning biopic drama Hidden Figures starring alongside Taraji P. Henson. He will next be seen in the action sequel Top Gun: Maverick which is set for release on June 2020.
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