Melissa Benoist made her film debut in the 2008 American road drama ‘Tennessee’ directed by Aaron Woodley. The film received mixed reviews from critics and earned a 33% approval score on Rotten Tomatoes. She next appeared in television series and shows such as ‘Blue Bloods’ (2010), ‘The Good Wife’ (2010), ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’ (2010), ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ (2010), and ‘Homeland’ (2011). In 2012, she became a part of the American musical comedy-drama television series ‘Glee’ created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan. She played the role of ‘Marley Rose’ and remained a part of the show until 2014. Benoist starred as ‘Nicole’ in the 2014 American psychological drama film ‘Whiplash’ directed by Damien Chazelle. The film saw wide critical acclaim upon release and was a decent box office success, grossing over $49 million on a $3.3 million budget. In 2015, she joined the lead cast of the American superhero television series ‘Supergirl’ as Kara Danvers / Supergirl. The series ran for 6 seasons and aired its final episode in 2021. Benoist also won 3 ‘Saturn Awards’ and 2 ‘Teen Choice Awards’ for her performance in the series. She was next seen in films and televisions series such as ‘The Flash’ (2016-2019), ‘Arrow’ (2016-2020), ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ (2016-2020), ‘Billy Boy’ (2017), ‘Waco’ (2018), and ‘Batwoman’ (2019). She last appeared in the American adult animated stop motion sketch comedy television series, ‘Robot Chicken’ in 2020.
Based on real-life events, the movie focuses on the events leading to and the aftermath of the April 15, 2013 Boston Marathon bombings by brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Police sergeant Tommy Saunders, FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers and Commissioner Ed Davis join forces along with first responders to help people and bring the terrorists to justice.
This neo-Western romantic drama film revolves around Luke and Sophia, whose relationship gets affected by their conflicting career paths. Eventually, an old man helps them resolve the barriers in their relationships.
Danny Collins is an aging rock star who decides to change his life after he discovers a 40-year-old letter written to him by John Lennon. He even reunites with his illegitimate son and his family, but over time, his past demons return and start to haunt him.
Jay and Silent Bob lose the rights to their names after being defeated in a court case by Saban Films. Determined to take revenge against the company, they set off to Los Angeles to stop the shooting of the film that they are producing.