Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Ang Lee’s four-time Academy Award-winning martial arts fantasy masterpiece “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” is returning to theaters with a U.S. re-release of the 2000 release film set for February 17th.
Chow Yun-fat, Michelle Yeoh, Zhang Ziyi, and Chang Chen star in the celebrated adaptation, which scored a Best Picture Oscar nomination and was the first foreign-language film to break the $100 million mark in the United States. [Source: Twitter]
HBO Max’s cult series “Genera+ion,” which follows a group of queer Southern California high school students, has found a new home at Tubi. All sixteen episodes of the one-season dramedy, which was one of the initial series pulled from HBO Max due to cost-cutting in late August, will be available for streaming beginning February 1st. [Source: The Wrap]
Paramount has set a January 8th premiere date for the Jonathan Majors and Glen Powell-led aerial war drama “Devotion” on the Paramount+ service. Additionally, the movie will be available to purchase on digital at the same time.
The release comes a month and a half after the film’s theatrical release on November 23rd. Despite good reviews, the film only grossed $20 million from a $90 million production budget. [Source: Paramount+]
Beau Is Afraid
The new one-sheet has been released by A24 for “Midsommar” and “Hereditary” director Ari Aster’s new film “Beau Is Afraid” starring Joaquin Phoenix. Nathan Lane, Patti LuPone, Amy Ryan, Kylie Rogers, Parker Posey and Michael Gandolfini co-star.
The project is dubbed a decades-spanning surrealist horror film set in an alternate present with Phoenix as a super-successful entrepreneur dealing with mommy issues and supernatural threats.
— A24 (@A24) January 5, 2023