‘F9’ in theatres. Summer box office, in three words. It’s that time of year again, and Hollywood is wagering that moviegoers are eager to return to the movies. Because I’m still trying to plan out my post-vaccinated-hot-girl summer properly, the term “anxious” comes to me.
However, some films are made for the big screen, so let’s start this week’s what to watch with one of them.
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‘F9′ in Theatres: The Fast Saga’
Oh, the vehicles, the activity, the stunning women.
That’s pretty much the formula for every “Fast & Furious” movie, and the latest one appears to be sticking to it to the letter. Jordana Brewster, one of the stars, and I spoke a few weeks ago. She stated that she is quite pleased with the sequel.
“We get a lot of action because the girls (in the picture) are front and center,” Brewster added. “However, the picture has so much heart in that every character has their own story, and it also addresses a lot of questions for fans who have followed the franchise for the past nine films.”
Brian O’Conner, played by the late Paul Walker, is also mentioned in ‘F9’ in theatres. Brewster plays his character’s love interest, Mia Toretto, and the actor, who died in a vehicle accident on site in 2013, is remembered fondly by the cast and crew.
She stated, “There will always be so much affection for him.” “It seems like there are always these allusions to Paul and Brian.”Brian will always be a part of our universe, and Paul will always be a part of our universe.”The film “F9” will be released in theaters on Friday.
“Either everyone counts or no one counts”
That now-famous line from Los Angeles Police Detective Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch — the protagonist of both Michael Connelly’s series of novels and the Amazon Prime series based on them — is a good one for the times we live in.
As the series enters its seventh and final season, the mantra is also a good one to remember.This time, Titus Welliver’s Bosch is on the case of a terrible arson.If you’ve ever watched the show, you’ll know that such murders spell doom for the bad guys if Bosch is involved.
Season seven will be available to watch on Amazon Prime starting this Friday. During the 90th Annual Academy Awards Governors Ball Press Preview in Hollywood, California, on March 1, 2018, master chef Wolfgang Puck (center) lets it rain salt on a Miyazaki Wagyu steak, while chef Eric Klein (right) looks on.
For this documentary, bring a knife and fork. From his rough origins in Austria to his ascension as one of the world’s most recognized chefs, this Disney+ documentary follows celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck’s journey.
Puck had great dreams and ended up “creating a radically new American cuisine and coining the term ‘celebrity chef.'”For foodies or anyone who appreciates a good American dream story, this is a must-see. “Wolfgang” will premiere on Disney+ on Friday.
H.E.R. is on her way to being the first woman to receive the EGOT award.
She’s already won four Grammys, and her song “Fight for You” from the film “Judas and the Black Messiah” won her an Oscar for best original song in February. Chris Brown, DJ Khaled, Lil Baby, and Bryson Tiller are among the notable contributors on the album, which is her debut full-length release.
“Back of My Mind” is now available for streaming.