19 November 2020 06:34
Several events took place today in the entertainment industry. From the trailer of the Tom and Jerry movie being released to Micheal B Jordan voted the sexiest man alive, many celebrities made headlines on November 18. Read ahead to know the entertainment news recap. Also read | Clare Crawley Admits She Is Ready To Have Babies With Fiance Dale Moss Also read | Suriya Surprises Fans By Sending Their Signatures At Highest Altitude In A Space Balloon Here is the entertainment recap for today George Clooney gave 14 of his oldest friends $1m in cash According to a report by Cosmopolitan, actor Geoge Clooney gave 14 of his oldest friends $1 million in cash. He did so because these friends of his had helped in every way possible to him when he was a struggling actor.
He also admitted that he had amassed a huge amount of wealth after the success of his 2013 film Gravity. Lil Wayne Faces Federal Charge For Gun Possession Rapper Lil Wayne has been charged on account of having a gun and bullets in possession when the police had searched a private plane in Miami last year. It was reported by The Miami Herald that Lil Wayne admitted that the gun was his. This federal offence could sentence him 10 years in prison. 'Tom and Jerry' movie trailer out Everyone's favourite animated cartoon Tom and Jerry are now going to be seen on the silver screen.
He also said that there is a time and place for everything. Michael is known for his work in the Marvel movie Black Panther and Creed. Nayanthara's Netrikann teaser out The teaser of Nayanthara's upcoming film Netrikann was released today. She plays the character of a blind woman in the film. She is going to go against the serial killer's character played by Ajmal in the film.
A new Tom and Jerry movie premiering in 2021 was not on my bingo card, but hey, anything's possible, right? In the trailer, which was released on Nov. 17, Tom & Jerry finds Jerry moving to a fancy New York City hotel ahead of an important wedding, causing the event's planner to hire Tom to get rid of him. Of course, classic Tom and Jerry shenanigans ensue as if there's one thing that always seems to elude Tom, it's Jerry. It's hard to figure out just who this movie is for, as it was originally intended to be released in 2009 before it got caught up in development hell and certainly feels like a product of that era. The interactions in Tom & Jerry feel less like Who Framed Roger Rabbit and more like Looney Tunes: Back in Action; they don't quite work, and the live actors feel like they're just interacting with green balls on sticks. Could I be wrong and the movie could be one of the best featuring the cat and mouse pair? Yes, and I certainly hope so with a cast that includes Chloë Grace Moretz, Michael Peña, Rob Delaney, Colin Jost, and Ken Jeong. Only time will tell when the movie premieres in theaters — you read that right — March 5, 2021. Tom and Jerry have been trying to kill each other for 80 years — and now, they'll continue that tradition in a new movie scheduled for release in theaters in 2021. The violently antagonistic cat and mouse will star in "Tom and Jerry," a hybrid live-action and animated film that sees the two square off in an upscale New York hotel. Per the trailer, conniving mouse Jerry has taken up residence in the molding, and eager-to-please employee Chloë Grace Moretz is charged with evicting him. Tom and Jerry take their cat-and-mouse game to the big screen. Watch the trailer for the new #TomAndJerryMovie now – coming to theaters 2021. pic.twitter.com/mk9tt850mP — Tom And Jerry Movie (@TomAndJerry) November 17, 2020 Tom arrives to help terrorize the mouse out of this house. But as anyone who's seen any iteration of "Tom and Jerry" knows, the cat rarely wins. In the trailer alone, Tom pinballs between two cars, is cartoonishly electrocuted, and is thrown in front of a bus by his tiny tormenter. Michael Peña, Colin Jost and Ken Jeong co-star with the Hanna-Barbera characters. Cartoon violence ensues. The film is scheduled for a March theatrical release. Studios are tentatively scheduling films for wide theatrical releases in 2021 with hopes that coronavirus cases will subside and it'll be safe to gather in enclosed spaces with strangers again. Blockbusters like the James Bond flick "No Time to Die" and Marvel's "Eternals" were delayed for months from their initial release date, though many theaters haven't survived months-long closures brought on by the pandemic. Some studios are releasing films on streaming platforms, like Disney with its would-be blockbuster "Mulan," or are screening them in theaters for a few weeks before they debut on demand. Warner Bros has debuted the first trailer for the live-action cartoon hybrid 'Tom & Jerry The Movie' featuring those age-old foes are still battling to the death. One of the most beloved rivalries in history is reignited when Jerry moves into New York City's finest hotel on the eve of "the wedding of the century," forcing the event's desperate planner to hire Tom to get rid of him, in director Tim Story's "Tom & Jerry The Movie." The ensuing cat and mouse battle threatens to destroy her career, the wedding and possibly the hotel itself. But soon, an even bigger problem arises: a diabolically ambitious staffer conspiring against all three of them. An eye-popping blend of classic animation and live-action, Tom and Jerry's new big-screen adventure stakes new ground for the iconic characters and forces them to do the unthinkable… work together to save the day. Directed By Tim Story, the film stars Chloë Grace Moretz, Michael Peña, Rob Delaney, Colin Jost and Ken Jeong. Also in trailers – Alicia Silverstone stars in trailer for 'Sister of the Groom' The film hits UK cinemas 2021. A debut trailer for Tom & Jerry: The Movie has been released. Starring the iconic cat and mouse enemies in their first live-action adventure, this one finds the adorable rodent Jerry moving into one of New York City's greatest hotels on the eve of "the wedding of the century". To combat this pest, the hotel's management employ relentless chaser Tom to sort him out once and for all. Related: 7 of the craziest real-life TV conspiracy theories In the trailer, we get our first glimpse of Kick-Ass' Chloë Grace Moretz, Catastrophe star Rob Delaney, MCU favourite Michael Peña and Ken Jeong mixing it up with the animated characters. The movie is directed by Ride Along's Tim Story and produced by Ready Player One's Chris DeFaria. Previously, Peña waxed lyrical about his experience working on the project, with particular emphasis on Moretz's talent. "Oh, man, that was so cool," he said. "Sometimes, you show up on these movies and the actor is still trying to find it. I don't know if they're not prepared or whatever, but it happens every so often. Warner Bros. Related: Chloë Grace Moretz rules herself out of any more Kick-Ass because of how the second film was handled "But, Chloë Moretz was so on the money… She knew the script, and she was just awesome to go back and forth with." Tom & Jerry: The Movie is scheduled to arrive in cinemas next year. Digital Spy has launched its first-ever digital magazine with exclusive features, interviews, and videos. Access the latest edition with a 1-month free trial, only on Apple News+. Interested in Digital Spy's weekly newsletter? Sign up to get it sent straight to your inbox – and don't forget to join our Watch This Facebook Group for daily TV recommendations and discussions with other readers. 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