Aladdin (2019) Review

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A street rat Aladdin, just happens to be the diamond in the rough who can get into the cave and retrieve the magic lamp for Jafar, a power crazed Grand Vizier who wants to overpower the Sultan of Agrabah.

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Trailer: Aladdin (2019) Take 2!

We have yet more from Aladdin and this one does seem a lot better than the teaser trailer and then the first trailer we had first showing Will Smith in blue as the genie. This makes it lot a lot more epic with the different musical numbers and routines. I have been very dubious about the live action remake for this film due to my love for the animated version. This trailer however has made me a little more positive.

Flaunt Magazine #108 The Abandonment Issue

I have recently been sent some exclusive content from the 108th issue of “Flaunt Magazine” – The Abandoment Issue. Which features Benicio Del Toro who has recently starred in Wolfman.

The article/interview is in a very candid setting and lets you see another side of Del Toro.

The Feral Nature of Benicio Del Toro and the impossibility of man

written by Gregg LaGambina  photographed by Kurt Iswarienko

A puerto rican man with a hangdog look rubs at his tired eyes. A blossom of hard silver—a lion’s head worn on his left ring finger—stares back out at the room, upside down. Rain whips at the windows, sounding like handfuls of small marbles thrown by hoodlums in search of a dumb fight. A patio table hops and upends, its umbrella snapped open by a gust, dragging the entire contraption out into the street. An old lady draped in clear plastic, a yellow cane hooked around her thin left wrist, peers into the storefront, agape. A quick glimpse of messy teeth disappears behind the cloud of her exhale.

                “She was looking at you!” exclaims the Puerto Rican man, startled, as the woman backs into the storm and continues along her path.

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News: Ritchie & Timberlake To Team Up For Movie

Hmmm I think Justin would be very good in “Guys and Dolls” as we know he can sing. I am still rather shocked by Jason Statham as I really do not think that he will be able to sing.

Guy Ritchie has reportedly lined up Justin Timberlake to star in a remake of Guys And Dolls.

The director is said to have roped in movie hardman Jason Statham to show off his vocal talents in a reworking of the classic musical.

And now he’s asked Timberlake, who starred in 2006 crime movie Alpha Dog, to also appear in the new project, according to Britain’s The Sun newspaper.

A source tells the publication, “Work is really taking off for Guy at the moment and he is lining up talent for projects in the pipeline. Guy and Justin have known each other for a while through Guy’s ex-wife Madonna.

“Guy rates Justin as an actor. He thought he was impressive in Alpha Dog. He likes his personality. Justin would be ideal for Guys And Dolls because he can act, dance and sing.

“He would be a great box office draw into the bargain, as well as a safe bet to sell the soundtrack.”

News: Ritchie ‘Working On Guys And Dolls’

I think this is really interesting !!!

Guy Ritchie is set to branch out from the world of gangster cinema – the filmmaker is reportedly in Hollywood to begin writing a script for a remake of Guys And Dolls.

The director, best known for his London-based crime films, is said to have roped in movie hardman Jason Statham to show off his vocal talents in a reworking of the classic musical, which originally starred Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra.

A source tells British newspaper The Sun, “Guy has been on the case with the idea of making a musical recently. He had been throwing ideas around with Jason Statham about writing their own musical.

“Guy has had a lot of meetings with top studio bosses about other projects but the Guys And Dolls idea really tickled him.”

But Ritchie could be sticking to a familiar formula when shooting begins – he is apparently considering basing the song-and-dance classic in his native Britain.

The insider adds: “He is torn between keeping the script true to the original in New York and taking it to familiar surroundings in London.”