The movie will explore the start of the British spy organization in the early 1900s.
And they’re going back to Chicago’s Cabrini-Green projects. Sort of.
The move turns the fall release into a summer tentpole.
The first glimpse of the actress in character as the doomed movie star.
Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement will perform new material they’ve been honing on tour.
Called Acid For the Children, it will chronicle “the dizzying highs and the gutter lows you’d expect from an LA street rat turned world-famous rock star.”
The latest adventure for Pixar’s favorite toys hits theaters next summer.
The Funk Lordz have also mapped out an extensive North American tour for this summer.
Die Cut, the hip-hop producer’s first new album in 12 years, is due out on March 2nd.
Made in secret, C.K.’s sophomore directorial effort will arrive on November 17th.
Physical copies will be available in early December.
So grab some green, chug a large Farva, and get ready for some shenanigans.