Sometimes a title just doesn’t help a movie.
Not that directors Anthony and Joe Russo had much choice in titling “The Gray Man,” their new Netflix spy thriller starring Ryan Gosling — they’re adapting the novel of the same name, about a shadowy CIA assassin on the run.
Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.
— Netflix places one of its biggest bets yet on “The Gray Man,” a globe-trotting action thriller starring Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans and Ana de Armas.
Tom Holland has bravely stripped off his Spider-Man costume to play a gritty, heroin-addicted veteran in the new movie “Cherry,” looking in no way like a superhero...
Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week...
The Peach Music Festival, a four-day gathering of jam bands at Montage Mountain in late July, announced its much-anticipated lineup today.
Phil Lesh, a founding member of the Grateful Dead, headlines this year's event with his band Phil Lesh and Friends.
"Breaking In" NEW
Gabrielle Union as a desperate mother hellbent on saving her two children being held in an impregnable home. With Billy Burke, Richard Cabral, Christa Miller. Written by Ryan Engle, story by Jaime Primak Sullivan.
Editor's note: There are no new movies scheduled to play in Aiken this weekend at Aiken Regal Mall 8, according to Fandango.com.
"Avengers: Infinity War"
Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and the rest unite to battle their most powerful enemy yet – the evil Thanos – who's on a mission to collect the Infinity Stones.
'Avengers: Infinity War' director Joe Russo feels it's important that superheros "feel pain".
The American film director, who is co-helming the project alongside his brother Anthony, has underlined the importance of giving some human-like characteristics to on-screen heroes in order to make them more relatable.