Foxtel is bringing the cinema home to its subscribers with the exclusive Australian premiere of Let Them All Talk – Sunday, February 7 at 8.30pm on Foxtel Movies or watch on demand.
Directed by Academy Award winner Steven Soderbergh, Let Them All Talk follows celebrated novelist Alice Hughes (Meryl Streep) and her two oldest friends, Roberta (Candice Bergen) and Susan (Dianne Wiest), on a momentous journey aboard an ocean liner to England, where Alice is due to accept a prestigious literary award.
While Alice attempts to restore the bond she once had with her college mates, her nephew Tyler (Lucas Hedges) – in attendance to keep an eye on the bunch – becomes attached to Alice’s new agent, Karen (Gemma Chan), who’s snuck onto the ship to confer with her client.
As the women reminisce and air old grievances with banter and bite, Alice harbors serious doubts about her much-anticipated next manuscript – and keeps the particulars of her personal life close to the chest.
Other big titles landing on Foxtel this month include The Crime Boss with Liam Hemsworth, available from February 13; Australian film Ellie and Abbie (and Ellie’s Dead Aunt) starring Zoe Terakes and Marta Dusseldorp (February 20); and Capone with Tom Hardy (February 27).
Foxtel is also home to a massive library of more than 1,000 recent hits and timeless classics available to Foxtel Movies subscribers including 1917, Judy, Jojo Rabbit, Emma, The Invisible Man and Scoob, as well as popular franchises such as the complete Harry Potter collection, The Godfather trilogy, Fast & Furious collection, Dirty Harry collection, Rambo collection, Bad Boys trilogy, Bourne collection, Ocean’s collection, Matrix collection, Back To The Future collection and the Despicable Me collection.