31 Jan

‘Beauty and the Beast’ Final Trailer: A Tale as Old as Time Becomes New Again

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With about a month and a half to go until its release, Disney has unveiled one last trailer for Beauty and the Beast. Given that it’s a remake of the 1991 animated classic that everyone, their mother, and their pet dog has already seen, we’re not expecting too many jaw-dropping surprises from the movie. But it’s still […]

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31 Jan

Ben Affleck No Longer Directing Batman

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Even before Ben Affleck made his DC debut in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the plan has been for him to direct and star in a solo Batman movie. Over the past few months, talk about the project really began to heat up, and we were wondering if he was gearing up to get behind the […]

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31 Jan

Superhero Bits: Injustice 2 Gameplay, Michael Keaton Quoted Batman on Spidey Set & More

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Why does Stan Lee think that comic books need to have some kind of message or stand on social issues? What would Mahershala Ali look like as Green Lantern? Which comic book character would Taron Egerton like to see crossover with Kingsman: The Secret Service? Want to see a really weird version of the Spider-Man: […]

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31 Jan

‘Legion’ Featurette: David is the Key to Winning the War

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For most of his life, David Haller (Dan Stevens) has had others tell him what’s real. After spending a few more years (again) in a psychiatric institution, Charles Xavier’s son from the comics starts to seriously question his reality. It looks as if he discovers the truth about his powers in season one, which features […]

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31 Jan

Peter Capaldi Leaving ‘Doctor Who’ This Year

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Looks like it’s time for the Doctor to regenerate again. Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi has just confirmed the next season of the long-running British sci-fi series will be his last, after boarding the show back in 2014. He’ll be leaving hot on the heels of showrunner Steven Moffat, who’ll be replaced by Chris Chibnall (Broadchurch) starting in 2018.  […]

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30 Jan

James Cameron Teases The Future Of The Terminator Movies

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A couple weeks back we learned that in 2019 The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day director James Cameron will regain the rights to the franchise he started, and plans to “godfather” Terminator 6 with Deadpool helmer Tim Miller directing. In a new interview, the filmmaker teases how Terminator 6 might be relevant in today’s world. While speaking with The Daily Beast promoting his NatGeo […]

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30 Jan

Marvel’s ‘Cloak and Dagger’ TV Series Casts Cloak and Dagger

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Marvel Studios is ready to introduce its latest small-screen superheroes. First announced last year, Freeform’s Cloak and Dagger has just set Aubrey Joseph and Olivia Holt to star as Cloak and Dagger, respectively. The YA-ish comic book series centers around two very different teenagers who strike up a romance, drawn together by their strange powers.  As announced on Marvel.com, […]

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30 Jan

‘When The Street Lights Go On’ Trailer: When ‘Stand By Me’ Meets ‘Virgin Suicide’

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For me, the 2017 Sundance Film Festival was a lackluster year. I missed some of the big buzz films and whileI saw some good movies (The Big Sick being the best of the bunch), it just didn’t measure up to past years in Park City. I might be that bigger, more depressing things were happening […]

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30 Jan

‘Avatar 5’ Script Finished With Filming Beginning In August; Will ‘Avatar 2’ Be Delayed Again?

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James Cameron is a very busy man. He’s writing and prepping the next four Avatar sequels, producing a NatGeo documentary called Atlantis Rising (premiering January 29th, 2017) and developing a sixth film in the Terminator franchise. In a new interview, the filmmaker provides updates on the status of the Avatar sequels, but the answer makes […]

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30 Jan

‘The Lego Batman Movie’ Vehicles: See the Batwing, Bane’s Truck, Scarecrow’s Gyro-Copter & More

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The Lego Movie was a heartfelt love letter to the magic of play, a celebration of all the creativity and joy that these tiny plastic building blocks have brought to children and adults around the world for decades upon decades. But it was also an excuse to sell lots of Lego toys. Because who says you can’t […]

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