Bill Nighy Has the Answer; HBO Max Price Hike; Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret Trailer

In today's Movie News Rundown: Bill Nighy has the perfect answer to personal questions; HBO Max has announced its first price hike; watch the trailer for the movie adaptation of Judy Blume's classic 1970 book Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret


Bill Nighy Is Clever: The Living star has a brilliant answer to personal questions, like why he's been seen on nights out with Vogue editor Anna Wintour. "I’d love to answer that,” Bill Nighy recently said, responding to a personal question in The Daily Telegraph. “But if I did, I’d be involving the readers in something very close to gossip, and I know they’d never forgive me for that.”


Speaking of LivingI interviewed Bill Nighy about his role in Living — a charming film about a man who spontaneously decides to give his mundane life the boot and starts finding joy in everything he does — one year ago when the film premiered at Sundance. He told me all about procrastination and the dreams of being in a band that he tossed aside for acting.


HBO Max Price Hike: The streaming service announced today that its first price hike since launching in May 2020 is imminent. Starting on Feb. 11, it's increasing the monthly subscription price from $14.99 to $15.99. According to the announcement, the increase will "allow us to continue to invest in providing even more culture-defining programming and improving our customer experience for all users."


Gerard Butler: Got the "nicest" email from Robert Downey Jr. after his action movie Olympus Has Fallen came out in 2013. Downey told him "We need more of these movies" in that very kind email, which Butler described in an Uproxx interview. Butler is talking about this now that he has a new action movie coming out called Plane.


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