Sex, murder and puppets all find a perfect place in the Brian Henson directed movie. The Happytime Murders is an R rated American puppet movie. Todd Berger and Dee Austin Robertson are the writers of the story for this movie. Christopher Lennertz is the music composer for the movie. The movie was produced by Brian Henson, Jeffrey Hayes, Melissa McCarthy, and Ben Falcone. The movie was shot in Los Angeles, California, USA by Mitchell Amundsen, director of photography. Brian Scott Olds is the film editor for the movie.
An American television show, Legends of Tomorrow, is a science-fiction and action superhero film. The show is based on DC Comics’ Characters and was developed by Marc Guggenheim, Phil Klemmer, Greg Berlanti, and Andrew Kreisberg.
Daniel James Chan and Blake Neely composed the television series, Legends of Tomorrow.
Sarah Nicole Jones, Vladimir Stefoff, Grainne Godfree, and Glen Winter produced the series with Sarah Schechter, Keto Shimizu, Marc Guggenheim, Chris Fedak, Phil Klemmer, Andrew Kreisberg, and Greg Berlanti as the executive producers.
An American action and drama series, SIX is directed by David Broyles and William Broyles and was aired on the History Channel. Dennis Smith and Marco Beltrami are the composers of the series. The show was produced under Paint Rock Productions, The Weinstein Company, and A+E Studios. Leslie Linka Glatter, Bruce C. McKenna, Alfredo Barrios Jr., Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, David Broyles, Barry Jossen, Nicolas Chartier, David C Glasser, William Broyles, and Geroge W. Perkins are the executive producers of the show.
The Kill Team is an American war movie that was written and directed by Dan Krauss. The composer for the movie is Zacarias M. de la Riva. The movie was produced by Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey, Adrian Guerra, and Isaac Klausner. The executive producers of the movie include Miguel Angel Faura, Mark Godfrey, Dan Krauss, Alison Thompson, and Nuria Valls.
The Kill Team was shot in the Canary Islands, Spain by cinematographer Stephane Fontaine. The film was edited by Franklin Peterson.
The movie was premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 27, 2019, and was released theatrically and streaming on October 25, 2019. It has since then been released in over 10 other countries. The movie was produced under the production banner of Nostromo Pictures, Temple Hill Entertainment, Marc Graue Recording Studios: Voiceover and Post. The movie was distributed by A24, and ten other distribution companies.
A fantastic war film, 1917, has its storyline by Krysty Wilson Cairns and Sam Mendes.
The film was directed by Sam Mendes and produced by Sam Mendes, Jayne Ann, Callum, Brian Oliver, Pippa Harris, Tenggren, and McDougall.
The film was released in the United Kingdom as well as in the United States. The film got its music by Thomas Newman, Editing by Lee Smith, and Cinematography by Roger Deakins. It was produced under Dream Works Pictures, New Republic Pictures, Amblin Partners, Reliance Entertainment, and Neal Street Productions companies.
It’s an amusingly self-reflexive minute in a humorless motion picture about kids who have war games as the impact of their exceptionally grown-up military preparing. As he irately moves spaceships and troops across PC screens, he looks, by turns, similar to a super excited kid, a symphony director, Mickey Mouse as the Sorcerer’s Apprentice and even a Christ figure.
At the point when the story opens, Ender (Asa Butterfield) believes he’s simply one more half-pint with a screen stuck in his neck that permits the specialists, represented by Colonel Graff who, since he’s played by Harrison Ford, ought to have been called Gruff, and a therapist, Major Anderson (Viola Davis), to watch every potential warrior’s words, mind-sets, and tears. Graff accepts that Ender might be the youngster to lead them each of them, a lesson he lectures as Ender is tried first on Earth and afterward in the space flight school where the motion picture gets its game on.
An American television series, Future Man is a comedy, science fiction, adventure, and action genre series. Kyle Hunter, Howard Overman, and Ariel Shaffir are the creators of the series. Halli Cauthery is the composer of the series, Future Man. The series, Future Man is produced by Mychelle Deschamps, Josh Hutcherson, and Shawn Wilt as the producers. It also includes Evan Goldberg, Ben Karlin, Kyle Hunter, Seth Rogen, Matt Tolmach, James Weaver, and Ariel Shaffir as the executive producers.
The cinematography of the series was done by Cort Fey and Brandon Trost, The editing is done by Brent White and Tirsa Hackshaw. It is shot in the single-camera set up. The series, Future Man is produced under the Point Grey Pictures, Turkeyfoot Productions, Sony Pictures Television, and Matt Tolmach Productions production company banners.
The movie is a sequel to the Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-man Homecoming. The American movie is an action movie under the sci-fi genre. The movie is based on the Marvel Comic Book written by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. The movie was written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers. The music for the movie was composed by Michael Glacchin.
Spider-Man: Far from Home was directed by Jon Watts. The movie was produced by Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal. It also included Victoria Alonso, Avi Arad, Eric Hauserman, Louis D’Esposito, Thomas M. Hammel, Stan Lee, Rachel O’Connor, and Matt Tolmach as executive producers. Nicola Rosada also worked as line producer (Italy), with David Minkowski and Matthew Stillman as co-producers (Czech Republic).
An American television series, Marvel’s The Punisher is an action, conspiracy thriller, crime drama genre series.
Steve Lightfoot is the creator and is the adaptation of the novel by John Romita Sr., Gerry Conway, and Ross Andru with the name Punisher. The series is also known as The Punisher and Tyler Bates is the composer of the series. The series is produced by Gail Barringer as the producer and it also includes Cindy Holland, Laura Delahaye, Alan Fine, Joe Quesada, Jim Chory, Steve Lightfoot, Tom Shankland, Allie Goss, Kris Henigman, Stan Lee, Karim Zreik, and Jeph Loeb as the executive producers.