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Watch: Colin Firth, Stanley Tucci cope with dementia in ‘Supernova’ trailer

Watch: Colin Firth, Stanley Tucci cope with dementia in ‘Supernova’ trailer

Entertainment
Jan. 4 (UPI) -- Bleeker Street released a trailer Monday for the new film Supernova. Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci star. The trailer shows partners Sam (Firth) and Tusker (Tucci) drive an RV on one last road trip. The trailer reveals that it is their last trip together because Tusker has early onset dementia. Advertisement Supernova promises good humor on the road as the couple struggle to fit both their bodies on a small bed. However, the film also promises to deal with the severity of Tusker's condition. Tusker displays difficulty reading, buttoning his shirt and remembering things. He even suggests setting Sam free of the burden of taking care of him as his condition worsens, but Sam commits to seeing their relationship through, for better or worse. Firth won an Academy Award for his r...
‘Home Improvement’ crossover teased in ‘Last Man Standing’ trailer

‘Home Improvement’ crossover teased in ‘Last Man Standing’ trailer

Entertainment
Dec. 5 (UPI) -- A new trailer for Last Man Standing shows Tim Allen's character, Mike Baxter, meeting Tim Taylor, the role he played on the sitcom Home Improvement. The ninth and final season of Last Man Standing is set to premiere on FOX on Jan. 3. Advertisement A 30-second preview released Friday shows Taylor -- dressed in his signature Binford T-shirt and tool belt -- shaking hands with Baxter in the kitchen of Baxter's home. "Tim Taylor. They call me 'the Tool Man,'" Taylor introduces himself, with his trademark primate-like laugh. "That's a little annoying," Baxter tells him. In another scene, Baxter is seen sporting a substantial beard. "I could play Santa Claus," he says as he strokes his facial hair. Allen also played the Christmas icon in three holiday-themed movies in The Santa ...
Watch: ‘Songbird’: KJ Apa, Sofia Carson deal with mutated virus in new trailer

Watch: ‘Songbird’: KJ Apa, Sofia Carson deal with mutated virus in new trailer

Entertainment
Oct. 29 (UPI) -- KJ Apa and Sofia Carson are four years into a quarantine due to a new COVID-23 virus that has mutated in the trailer for upcoming pandemic thriller, Songbird. The film, from director Adam Mason and producer Michael Bay, takes place in a world where infected Americans are forcefully placed into quarantine camps after the COVID-23 virus has killed millions. Advertisement Apa, of Riverdale fame, plays courier Nico who is immune to the virus and falls in love with Sara (Carson) despite the couple being unable to see each other. Sara is suspected to have become infected, leading Nico to race across a dystopian Los Angeles in order to save her before she is placed into quarantine or worse. Craig Robinson, Bradley Whitford, Peter Stormare, Alexandra Daddario, Paul Walter Hauser ...
Watch: HBO Max releases trailer for ‘West Wing’ reunion special

Watch: HBO Max releases trailer for ‘West Wing’ reunion special

Entertainment
Oct. 8 (UPI) -- HBO Max released a trailer for A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote, a reunion special of Aaron Sorkin's White House-based drama featuring most of the original cast in a staged reading of a classic episode. The trailer for the special, which streams Oct. 15 on HBO Max, features The West Wing stars Martin Sheen, Bradley Whitford, Allison Janney, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, Rob Lowe and Dule Hill performing a staged reading of Season 3 episode "Hartsfield's Landing" at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles. Advertisement This is Us star Sterling K. Brown joins the cast as Leo McGarry, the role plated by late actor John Spencer. The special is a benefit for When We All Vote, a nonprofit aimed at increasing voter registration and participation. The act breaks will f...
Halo Infinite Xbox Series X trailer divides fans

Halo Infinite Xbox Series X trailer divides fans

Technology
Media playback is unsupported on your device Microsoft has given gamers a first look at Halo Infinite's gameplay.The firm said that the game's map was more than twice the size of that in the sci-fi franchise's last two entries combined.It also promised "more complex visual effects" than before on its forthcoming Xbox Series X console.However, some gamers voiced disappointment on social media at the quality of the graphics shown within the demo. This may in part be down to the art style of Halo Infinite, and the live stream being broadcast in high definition at 1080p.A trailer uploaded soon afterwards in 4K showed the detail and lighting to much better effect. ...