Antonio Banderas, Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde and Annette Bening reunite in the moving ‘Life Itself’

Director and screenwriter Dan Fogelman has always worked with prominent actors. The first film he directed, “Danny Collins,” featured the starring role of Al Pacino and the Golden Globe-winning series “This is us” has been acclaimed for its performances. Now, in ‘La Vida Misma’, his most ambitious feature film to date, he brings together Oscar … Read more

Mash and murder are on the menu for San Antonio Botanical Garden’s screening of Sweeney Todd | Things to Do | San Antonio

click to enlarge Warner Home Video Don’t worry — the Botanical Garden’s screening of Sweeney Todd doesn’t come with a haircut. Nothing says a great night out like dinner and a movie. To that end, the San Antonio Botanical Garden is pairing director Tim Burton’s 2007 Academy Award-winning musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of … Read more

San Antonio native Marcella Ochoa penned the screenplay for Madres, which streams October 8 | Movies | San Antonio

click to enlarge Amazon prime Mothers premieres on Amazon Prime October 8 as part of Welcome to the Blumhouse. A horror movie fan since the age of 4, screenwriter and San Antonio native Marcella Ochoa long wanted to write a fright flick featuring Latinos. Ochoa’s grandparents, aunts and uncles were migrant farmworkers, and she felt … Read more

Antonio Banderas tells how with filming like ‘Indiana Jones’ (and what he likes least about them)

Antonio Banderas, who a few weeks ago boasted of his daughter Stella del Carmen in San Sebastián, has said that in the next few days he has to leave to shoot a fifth of Indiana Jones. “Let’s see if I survive that experience“, has related the actor in The Hormiguero, after commenting that after the … Read more

Antonio Banderas suffers a complicated schedule due to injury to Harrison Ford in “Indiana Jones 5” | celebs | nndc | TVMAS

All the deadlines were measured, but the injury suffered by Harrison Ford has disrupted them and Antonio Banderas he will have to combine rehearsals for “Company”, his new musical at the Soho Theater in Malaga, Spain, with the filming of “Indiana Jones 5” and the dubbing of “El Gato con Botas 2”. “It’s proving a … Read more

10 big movies hitting theaters and streaming services this October | Texas A&M University-San Antonio

Despite the lingering uncertainty amid the coronavirus pandemic, movies have been making a steady return to theaters after more than a year of setbacks and a new reliance on streaming. The box office is now shaping out to be incredibly busy this fall, with big films like “Dune”, “Halloween Kills” and “No Time to Die” … Read more

San Antonio bordello, Butch Cassidy hideout may be demolished for housing structure

A late 1800s brothel that outlaw Butch Cassidy and his gang are believed to have used as a hideout could soon be declared a historic landmark, adding a layer of protection from a developer’s plan to raze it and build an eight-story residential tower downtown. The city’s Historic and Design Review Commission is set to … Read more

Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas, one of the longest-lived couples in Hollywood thanks to Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith and a bouquet of flowers | People

Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas, who turn 52 and 77 years respectively this September 25, have been one of the most admired couples in Hollywood for just over two decades, although few bet on them. Over the years they have shown that neither crisis nor disease nor any obstacle can knock them down. With more … Read more

Chayanne: the time he lost the role of El Zorro to Antonio Banderas | History | Celebs | nnda nnlt | FAME

How did you lose Chayanne the role of “El Zorro”? The iconic character was played by Antonio Bandera, who gained a greater position in the film industry. However, the Puerto Rican singer had done the casting for the film “The mask of Zorro”, but something happened during the production that left him out of what … Read more

San Antonio brothel and outlaw hideout, a tie to West Side history, gets a nod as historic landmark

A site that was once a brothel run by famous madam Fannie Porter, an orphanage and a day care serving immigrants and the working poor in the primarily Mexican American “Laredito” neighborhood, could be designated a historic landmark. That would hamper plans by the owner, a company linked to Douglas W. Miller II of the … Read more