George Michael-Inspired ‘Last Christmas’ From Paul Feig & Emma Thompson Tunes Up At CinemaCon

She pitched the idea to Feig and he took to it. When she was pitched the idea (not from Feig), her response was, "No, not really, I don't like the song." Then she thought of the lyrics "Last Christmas/I gave you my heart/…" and she said, "I think I can think of something," the Oscar-winning scribe said onstage Wednesday at CinemaCon.
Last Christmas opens on November 15.” />
Mamma Mia, so here they go again. Michael hits are wall to wall in the trailer with scenes that will make you swoon if you have a heart, i.e., Golding and Clarke ice-skating and the latter crossing her rendition of the hit song "Last Christmas." Uni does these jukebox movies right, i.e.
She meets her opposite in the suave Henry Golding, and fireworks happen in what the Crazy Rich Asians actor calls "a love letter to London." The film shot from December to February, "the longest Christmas," said Golding. In the trailer shown in the room Wednesday, Emilia Clarke plays a slacker who works in a Christmas shop which she so hates.
Look out Love, Actually, because there's a new Christmas romantic comedy coming down the pike: Universal's Last Christmas. Paul Feig was looking to do a holiday movie like It's a Wonderful Life, and Emma Thompson was asked to write a movie inspired by the George Michael hit "Last Christmas."

‘Men In Black’ Spinoff First-Look Photo: Chris Hemsworth & Tessa Thompson Will Neuralyze You, Pal

It's been more than 20 years since veteran fed Tommy Lee Jones recruited outsider Will Smith to join his secret governmental agency that keeps an eye on aliens living as humans in New York City. Have a look below (not above). Fast-foward to 2018, and the Men in Black franchise is spinning off with Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson leading the way — and now we have our first look at the pair on the set ofin F. Gary Gray's film.
Liam Neeson, Emma Thompson, Rafe Spall and Kumail Nanjani also star in the sci-fi comedy, which Sony will release the on June 14.
Hemsworth took to Instagram to post an image of himself alongside his Thor: Ragnarok co-star Thompson in costume — but not in character — as Agents H and M, respectively. Whether either is a hint at the moniker of the as-yet-untitled pic is a topic for discussion. The accompanying slew of hashtags goes beyond mere #mib and strays into #legendsinblack and #revegers4life.” />
Here is the photo Hemsworth posted today: