Posts by Kit Bowen

Kit Bowen

About The Author

A longtime movie lover, since her mother let her stay up late to watch old movies like To Kill a Mockingbird, Kit Bowen has turned her passion into a long and varied career in the entertainment business. A native Floridian, she landed in Southern California as a teenager, and eventually earned a B.A. in English at UCLA. For the past 15 years, Kit has been an online entertainment journalist, reporter and film critic, writing for Hollywood.com, Fandango, Movies.com, ExtraTV.com and ScreenPicks.com. Her crowning jewel, however, is her movie how-to guide, TheMovieKit.com, which brings to her loyal readers movie reviews, interviews, trailers, and more. Her reviews are also featured on Rotten Tomatoes. Just think of Kit as a mini-IMdb.
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Interview: Jim Sturgess and Abbie Cornish on Science Behind ‘Geostorm’

ScreenPicks' Kit Bowen had a chance to chat with "Geostorm" stars Jim Sturgess and Abbie Cornish about the real possibility of the film's premise.

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Interview: Tyler MacIntyre and Alexandra Shipp on Brilliance of ‘Tragedy Girls’

Alexandra Shipp and director Tyler MacIntyre talked about the fun of making the horror comedy "Tragedy Girls."

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‘I, Tonya’ Trailer: Margot Robbie Nails It as Tonya Harding

Margot Robbie might have a shot at an Oscar nom with her uncanny performance as disgraced US figure skater Tonya Harding in "I, Tonya."

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Podcast: Only the Brave, Geostorm, The Snowman, More

In this week's podcast, Kit Bowen and Joel Amos talk about the slew of new movies coming out this week, including the above!

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Interview: Oakes Fegley and Jaden Michael on Being ‘Wonderstruck’

ScreenPicks sat down with Oakes Fegley and Jaden Michael, the two very articulate young stars of "Wonderstruck, " and it was an amazing conversation. Check it out!

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Louis C.K. Channels Woody Allen with ‘I Love You, Daddy’

Comedian Louis C.K. is definitely paying homage to director Woody Allen with his new comedy "I Love You, Daddy."

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‘Jim and Andy’ Shows Jim Carrey’s Bizarre Journey in Playing Andy Kaufman

Ever wonder just how crazy Jim Carrey got portraying Andy Kaufman? The new Netflix documentary "Jim and Andy: The Great Beyond" shows us.

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Trailer: Chris Hemsworth Stars in War Drama ’12 Strong’

"12 Strong" is a powerful new war drama that looks at events that unfolded after the 9/11 terrorist attack, starring Chris Hemsworth.

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Interview: Director Simon Curtis Goes Inside ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’

ScreenPicks had the opportunity to sit down with "Goodbye Christopher Robin"'s director Simon Curtis to talk about the movie and his interpretation of the subject matter.

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Han Solo Movie Gets a Title… And It’s Pretty Straightforward

We no longer have to call the “Young Han Solo” movie untitled... find out the official title!

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This Newest ‘Black Panther’ Trailer Is All Kinds of Kick-Ass

If you weren't already excited about the next Marvel installment "Black Panther," you will be after watching this trailer.

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New Trailer for ‘The Alienist’ Shows More Serial Killer Drama

If you have been a longtime fan of Caleb Carr's riveting novel "The Alienist," then you've been waiting patiently for them to adapt it onscreen.

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Trailer: ‘The New Mutants’ Takes X-Men into Darker Territory

The new trailer for the upcoming "The New Mutants" isn't your typical X-Men type superhero movie.

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Podcast: The Foreigner, Happy Death Day, Wonder Women, More

In this week’s podcast, host Kit Bowen and special guest Scott Menzel discuss the many movies opening this week, including Jackie Chan’s drama The Foreigner; the horror comedy Happy Death Day; Marshall, a biopic of Thurgood Marshall starring Chadwick Boseman; Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, the true story about the origin of Wonder Woman; and finally the British drama Breathe, […]

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Final Trailer for ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Is Pretty Scary

The last trailer for Season 2 of "Stranger Things" is definitely letting us know it's going to be a scary season. Plus, we get more of Eleven!

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