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Exclusive: ‘Planetarium’ Interview Clip Featuring Natalie Portman

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HNS has an exclusive interview clip featuring Natalie Portman talking about her upcoming film ‘Planetarium.’ Check out what she has to say about playing this strong female lead below. ‘Planetarium’ has an upcoming theatrical release in New York on August 11th and in LA on August 18th. The film, which premiered at Venice Film Festival and […]

Lana Condor to Star in the Film Adaptation of YA Novel ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’

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Variety reported, Lana Condor (X-men: Apocalypse) has been cast as the lead in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. It’s the film adaptation of best-selling YA series of the same title by Jenny Han. Awesomeness Films and Overbrook Entertainment are producing while Susan Johnson is directing from a script by Sofia Alvarez. Condor will play Lara Jean Covey, […]

Film Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

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Check out our HNS Film Review of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets! Cast:                       Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen, with Rihanna, Ethan Hawke, Herbie Hancock, Kris Wu, and Rutger Hauer Director:                 Luc Besson Writers:                  Screenplay by Luc Besson.  Based on the comic book series Valerian and Laureline by Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Mézières, published by Dargaud. […]

Exclusive: Interviews with the Cast of ‘Don’t Come Back from the Moon’ at LAFF

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HNS attended the red carpet for upcoming indie film Don’t Come Back from the Moon at the LA Film Festival last week. Check out our exclusive interviews below with the director and the cast! Directed by: Bruce Thierry Cheung Screenwriter: Bruce Thierry Cheung, Dean Bakopoulos Producers: Jay Davis, Lauren Hoekstra Cinematographer: Chananun Chotrungroj Editor: Joe Murphy Music: Johnny Jewel Cast: Jeffrey Wahlberg, Zackary […]

Exclusive: ‘The Keeping Hours’ LA Film Festival Photos

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HNS attended the red carpet for the LA Film Festival premiere of ‘The Keeping Hours.’ Check out our exclusive photos from the cast and filmmakers below! The Keeping Hours Directed by: Karen Moncrieff Screenwriter: Rebecca Sonnenshine Producers: Jason Blum, John Miranda Cinematographer: Anastas Michos Editor: Tim Alverson Music: Adam Gorgoni Cast: Lee Pace, Carrie Coon, Sander Thomas, Amy Smart, Ana Ortiz, […]

Exclusive: ‘Izzy Gets the F*ck Across Town’ Interviews with Cast & Producers

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HNS attended the Los Angeles Film Festival red carpet for indie film Izzy Gets the Fuck Across Town. Check out our exclusive interviews below with Meghan Lennox, Ryan Simpkins, Alex Russell, Sheldon Bailey and Salme Geransar. USA (DIRECTOR/WRITER Christian Papierniak PRODUCERS Meghan Lennox, Christian Papierniak, Mackenzie Davis, Melissa Panzer CAST Mackenzie Davis, Alex Russell, Lakeith Stanfield, […]

Exclusive: Interviews from Documentary ‘Skid Row Marathon’

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HNS covered the red carpet at the LA Film Festival for the documentary Skid Row Marathon, which also took home the award for Best Documentary Feature. Check out our exclusive interviews below with Judge Craig Mitchell, Rafael Cabrera, Ben Shirley, composer Kim Planert and filmmakers Mark & Gabriele Hayes! SKID ROW MARATHON tells the story of how Los […]

DOWNTONABBEY Film Begins Production Next Year

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Downton Abbey is heading for the Big Screen with an official announcement from NBC Universal International Studios. “We are working on getting the script right and then we’ve got to figure out how to get the [cast] together because, as you know, people go on and do other things. But we’re hopeful to make a […]

Exclusive: ‘You Get Me’ Interviews with Bella Thorne, Nash Grier & More!

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HNS was on the red carpet at the LA Film Festival for upcoming Netflix original film You Get Me. Check out our exclusive interviews below with Bella Thorne, Nash Grier, Anna Akana and Director Brent Bonacorso! In the Netflix original film You Get Me, Tyler’s crazy in love with his perfect girlfriend Ali (Halston Sage), but […]

Film Review: ‘Cars 3’ is a Satisfying Passing of the Torch

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Check out our film review of Disney’s ‘Cars 3’ below! Review by Chloe Palka The first Cars movie was essentially about a hotshot athlete learning humility on Route 66. The second threw James Bond spy thriller elements into the mix. Cars 3 – which hits theaters today – is something else entirely. This is the first […]