A British drug lord, played by Matthew McConaughey, tries to sell off his highly profitable empire to a dynasty of Oklahoma billionaires, in this weekend’s The Gentlemen.

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are back together for one last ride in Bad Boys for Life, beating all expectations with a $73.4 million debut during the four-day Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend. The film’s release marks the second-best showing ever for the holiday weekend. In celebration of the film’s release, Will Smith and Lyft teamed up to hit Miami for their version of ‘Bad Boys for Lyft’.  Smith, aka Detective Lowrey, got behind the wheel of a new 2020 Porsche Taycan surprising riders with the opportunity to be his partner in crime. (Hollywood Reporter) (The Drum)

Parasite made history at the 26th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards by taking home the Outstanding Performance By A Cast In A Motion Picture award (beating out Bombshell, The Irishman, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, and Jojo Rabbit), marking the first time a foreign-language film has won in this category. Other highlights of the night included Robert DeNiro receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Joker’s Joaquin Phoenix dedicating his Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Leading Role award to the late Heath Ledger, who previously played the comic book villain. For the complete list of SAG Award winners, click here. (Hollywood Reporter)

It’s that time of year again! SXSW has announced its features and episodic premieres for the 27th film festival, set for this March in Austin. To kick off the festivities, Judd Apatow will premiere The King of Staten Island, which stars Pete Davidson in a lightly fictionalized version of the SNL star’s own life story. The film is set for a June release from Universal Pictures. The anticipated hidden camera comedy Bad Trip, starring Tiffany Haddish, Eric Andre and Lil Rel Howery, has also been announced as part of the festival’s lineup. This year’s program was selected from 2,316 feature-length film submissions. (IndieWire)

Watchmojo and Noovie have teamed up for a list the top 10 anticipated movies of the next decade, plus a few honorable mentions. Expected to hit theaters in 2021, The Batman tops the list as the most anticipated film. Director Matt Reeves, who also directed Planet of the Apes, reportedly will be focusing on Batman’s reputation as the “world’s greatest detective.” Godzilla vs. Kong is next up on the list. Hitting theaters later this year, the showdown between Godzilla and Kong is a must see for moviegoers! Watch to see which other films made the cut! (Noovie)

Less than a year after buying 21st Century Fox’s properties for $73.1 billion, the Walt Disney Company is removing the “Fox” name from two of their major studios. The 20th Century Fox film studio will now become 20th Century Studios, and Fox Searchlight Pictures will become simply Searchlight Pictures. The changes have already begun as seen on the poster for Searchlight’s next film Downhill, and the film’s opening credits begin with “Searchlight Pictures Presents.” Call of the Wild, an upcoming family film, will be released under the 20th Century banner. The signature elements such as the swirling klieg lights, monolith, and triumphal fanfare will all remain the same.

CJ 4DPLEX, the company behind multi-sensory 4DX cinema technology that provides moviegoers with a variety of special effects to enjoy during their time at the movies including vibrating chairs, blowing winds, fog, and splashing water, announced that it had a record-breaking 2019, increasing 4DX-enhanced films’ domestic box office take by 73% from 2018. That’s a lot of fog! (Variety)

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