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Following an argument with her fiancé Ben, Michelle leaves New Orleans and drives through rural Louisiana. Late at night, she turns on the radio only to hear that there were continuous blackouts in major cities.
Distracted by a call from Ben, Michelle gets into an accident and is rendered unconscious. She wakes up in a concrete room chained to a wall, and is approached by a man named Howard, who explains that an unknown attack has taken place and that he brought her to his bunker after finding her on the side of the road.
Michelle meets Emmett, another survivor who witnessed the attack and fled to Howard’s bunker. During dinner, an unconvinced Michelle steals Howard’s keys and tries to escape, but discovers Leslie, a woman suffering from a severe skin infection, begging to get into the bunker. When Leslie dies from the infection, Michelle realizes Howard was right and stays.
As time passes, the trio begins adapting to living underground, and Michelle learns of Howard’s daughter Megan. When the air filtration unit breaks down, Howard asks Michelle to climb through the air ducts to reset the system. She discovers a window with the word ‘HELP’ scratched on the inside and a bloody earring that she recognizes from a picture of Megan. She shows the picture to Emmett, who recognizes her as a missing girl from his high school, Brittany.
They then discover a polaroid of Brittany wearing the same clothes loaned to Michelle. Realizing that Howard is dangerous, they begin to plan an escape and fashion a biohazard suit, but Howard discovers what they are doing. In defense of Michelle, Emmett accepts the blame and claims he was creating a weapon. After accepting an apology from Emmett, Howard summarily executes him with a revolver.
Michelle works to complete the biohazard suit but is discovered by Howard. She dumps a vat of perchloric acid on him, severely injuring him and inadvertently starting an electrical fire. She climbs back through the air ducts, puts on the suit, and escapes outside, where she realizes the air is not toxic. Moments later, a techno-organic extraterrestrial craft appears in the distance. The underground bunker explodes, killing Howard in the process and attracting the craft’s attention.
Michelle flees to Howard’s farmhouse, where she finds Leslie’s dead body. Toxic gas is released, forcing her to take shelter in Howard’s truck, which is then picked up by the craft as it attempts to consume her. However, Michelle assembles a Molotov cocktail and throws it into the craft, destroying it in an explosion.
10 Cloverfield Lane
Directed by: Dan Trachtenberg
Starring: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Goodman, John Gallagher, Mat Vairo, Jamie Clay, Cindy Hogan, Sumalee Montano, Suzanne Cryer, Bradley Cooper
Production Design by: Ramsey Avery
Cinematography by: Jeff Cutter
Costume Design by: Meagan McLaughlin
Set Decoration by, Michelle Marchand, Kellie Jo Tinney
Music by: Bear McCreary
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic material including frightening sequences of threat with some violence, and brief language.
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Release Date: March 11, 2016
On Friday night, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper went out to dinner in LA. What might have been a relatively innocuous outing — though it’s a surprising pairing, we’ll admit — got more interesting when Bradley rolled up on a motorcycle with Gaga on the bike behind him.
We last spotted Lady Gaga in Palm Springs in her bikini at the beginning of the month, while Bradley looked adorably smitten with Irina Shayk in NYC back in March. Luckily for us, the two converged for one mysterious nighttime adventure. Check out the pictures from their outing, and then find out everything we know about Gaga’s impending nuptials with Taylor Kinney.
This Labor Day weekend, Guardians of the Galaxy leads the box office and makes a record amount of money.
Topping the charts this Labor Day weekend, Guardians of the Galaxy not only outperformed at the box office, but it became the highest-grossing film this year with US total sales estimated at $247.6 million.
Only in theaters for a month now, the Marvel film pulled in $16 million on what was expected to be slow holiday box office. As the top performing movie of the year, the budget was $170 million in comparison to the over $270 million that it ranked in. It seems like people can’t get enough of this superhero film with Chris Pratt.
Bringing competition to the Marvel film, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles remain in second place with an estimated weekend domestic total of almost $12 million. So far the Ninja Turtles have brought in a total of about $162.5 million, making it come in over the budget of $125 million.
In third place, If I Stay brought in an estimated $9.2 million this weekend. After its first weekend at $16 million, Chloe Grace Moretz is drawing in the audience with her role as a young girl who has an out-of-body experience after a car accident leaves her in a coma.
A new movie, As Above/So Below, debuted at fourth place with around $8.2 million this weekend. The thriller is about a team of explorers that venture into the catacombs that lie beneath the streets of Paris. Haunted by visions and creatures, they must fight to survive.
Let’s Be Cops is still making the top five this weekend. Dropping to fifth place from fourth last week, the comedy with Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. as a fake police duo earned around $8.2 million this weekend. In its 3 weeks, the film has grossed $57 million domestically.
Here are the remaining films that made this weekend’s top 10.
6. The November Man, a new release, at $7.6 million
7. When The Game Stands Tall at $5.6 million
8. The Giver at $5.2 million
9. The Hundred Foot Journey at $4.6 milliochris
10. The Expendables 3 at $3.5 million
Jennifer Lawrence’s Hunger Games character Katniss lives in the future, but in her latest upcoming role, she plays a woman from the past – 1929, to be exact.
Starring opposite Bradley Cooper in Serena, set for a 2013 release, the actress, 21, plays his wife who can’t bear a child – and then commits a murder that involves a child her husband had before the marriage.
Glammed up in a fur-lined jacket with blonde curls, Lawrence is pictured next to her handsome on-screen husband, clad in a suit and tie, with a hat.
The movie, based on a 2009 novel by Ron Rash, is directed by Oscar winner (for the Danish drama, In a Better World) Susan Bier.
These young actors may soon match Brad Pitt and George Clooney as big-screen draws.
Who’s going to be Hollywood’s next crop of uber-famous movie stars? The Hollywood Reporter lays out who it thinks it’s going to be.
Chris Pine, 30
Biggest Hit: Star Trek: $258 million, Upcoming Blockbuster: Star Trek II
Taylor Lautner, 18
Biggest Hit: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse: $300 million, Upcoming Blockbuster: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn
Bradley Cooper, 35
Biggest Hit: The Hangover: $277 million, Upcoming Blockbuster: The Hangover II
Chris Hemsworth, 27
Biggest Hit: Star Trek: $258 million, Upcoming Blockbuster: Thor & The Avengers
Ryan Reynolds, 33
Biggest Hit: X-Men Origins: Wolverine :$180 million, Upcoming BlockbusterGreen Lantern
Shia LaBeouf, 24
Biggest Hit: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: $402 million, Upcoming Blockbuster: Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Taylor Kitsch, 29
Biggest Hit: X-Men Origins: Wolverine :$180 million, Upcoming Blockbuster: Battleship
Sam Worthington, 34
Biggest Hit: Avatar: $760 million, Upcoming Blockbuster: Clash of the Titans 2