(CONFIDENTIAL) ‘Don’t Breathe’, the horror fill starring Costa Rican actor Daniel Zovatto, remained No. 1 at the box office in the U.S. and Canada. Moviegoers shelled out more than US$16 million dollars this weekend (not counting holiday Monday) to see the film directed by Uruguyan director Fede Alvarez, who is...
(CONFIDENTIAL) Have you had a chance to see Suicide Squad (Escuadrón Suicida)? Did you know that some of the jungle scenes in movie that is currently playing in Costa Rica, were actually shot in the Costa Rica jungle? No? This was confirmed by local film producer Sergio Miranda, who provided exclusive...
(Costa Rica Confidential) Although the new Star Trek movie has yet to open in Costa Rica, Confidential took a peek around the web to find out what we can expect when it does open, probably this week. So far only Cinemark is listing the Star Trek movie as "proximamente" (coming...
“Batman:The Killing Joke” will screen in Costa Rica on July 29 and 30. The limited engagement is to heighten the excitement even more, intended so that fans would be more eager to purchase the DVD. In the film, Mark Hamill voices The Joker and Kevin Conroy as the titular character. In...
Have we been looking at Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice all wrong? In the latest “How It Should Have Ended,” all of the many, many, many absurdities of Batman and Superman‘s (kinda-sorta) big screen battle are taken to task for being as inane as they are. From the opening silliness...
Jessica Jones, from the Netflix original series. Netflix will raise prices on about 17 million of its standard accounts starting next month, and most people have no idea, according to Wall Street analysts. Back in October 2015, Netflix announced it was raising its prices for new subscribers to $9.99/month. Previously, the...
There are talks that Quentin Tarantino will be making “Kill Bill 3.” The director said that he has plans for a third movie for the hit action franchise. “Oh yeah, initially I was thinking this would be my ‘Dollars Trilogy.’ I was going to do a new one every ten...
COSTA RICA EXTRA – If you are a fan of Star Wars, you cannot miss this opportunity to be included in the pages of La Nacion’s VIVA magazine and earn tickets to the new Star Wars movie, Episode VII, next month. On Sunday, November 29, at 10:30am for a group...
COSTA RICA EXTRA – Al Pacino is the life of the party as Danny Collins, on this tale of an aging rocker with a new lease on life. But Danny is sick of it. His manager (a priceless Christopher Plummer) unwittingly kills the golden goose when he gives Danny a...
Daniel Craig attends a photocall for “Spectre” at Corinthia Hotel London on October 22, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Mike Marsland/WireImage) COSTA RICA EXTRA via Huffpost – Bond, James Bond, is a misogynist. In a recent interview with The Red Bulletin, Craig discussed the upcoming Bond movie “Spectre” and how...
COSTA RICA EXTRA – Unless you are still stuck on Mars, the “Future” is here, today, at 4:00pm at the Cinemark Escazu. Today, October 21, is the day Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) and Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) arrived from the past in the 1989 film Back to the Future,...
Dwayne Johnson and Carla Gugino in “San Andreas.” Credit Warner Bros. Pictures (Via NYTimes.com) The big earthquake in “San Andreas” — excuse me, the “seismic swarm event” — has its pros and cons. On one hand, it tears the state of California asunder. On the other, it brings a family...
Mario Chacón who has been portraying Mikaol Yordan on television for the last eight years COSTA RICA EXTRA – The Costa Rican production “Maikol Yordan de Viaje Perdido” (Micheal Jordan in Lost Travel), the highest grossing film ever in Costa Rica, is headed to the rest of Central America and...
COSTA RICA EXTRA – The Costa Rican film “Viaje” scored its first praise from the international press on Wednesday, Stephen Holden of The New York Times calling it “the best entry I’ve seen in the competition”. The 70-minute black-and-white film by Costa Rican director Paz Fábrega, shown at the Tribeca...
COSTA RICA EXTRA (iNews.co.cr) If someone asked you what was the second most seen film in Costa Rican history, you might guess some hoary classic like “Gone with the Wind” or a newer blockbuster like “Avatar.” You most certainly would not, before last year, have guessed a locally produced...