28 Feb

/Filmcast Ep. 407 – Get Out (GUEST: Aisha Harris from Slate)

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David, Devindra and Jeff discuss Macon Blair’s impressive directorial debut, get pleasantly tickled by The Tickle King, and try to figure out WTF happened during the craziest Oscars moment ever. Be sure to read Harris’s take on the Oscars, and her review of Get Out. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, like […]

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28 Feb

Superhero Bits: Joker and Harley Quinn Get Fast Food, Green Lantern Cameo, Batman Board Game & More

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What kind of Batman board game is Monolith debuting at a Cannes game festival coming up? How did Jerry Seinfeld help convince Hugh Jackman that it was time to be done with Wolverine? Was there a Suicide Squad deleted scene with The Joker and Harley Quinn getting fast food? Will there be a Green Lantern […]

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28 Feb

Bigger CW Crossover Expected For DC Shows Next Season

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Last year there was a crossover between Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, The Flash, and Arrow. The crossover event, titled “Invasion!”, began with Supergirl and ended with Legends of Tomorrow, with The Flash and Arrow nice and comfy around the middle. The heroes teamed up to defeat the Dominators, but little of the action was featured in Supergirl, so it wasn’t the huge […]

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27 Feb

‘American Horror Story’ Election Story Won’t Feature Trump-Clinton

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Last month, showrunner Ryan Murphy revealed that American Horror Story season 7 would “be about the election that we just went through.” That was an American horror story indeed, but it turns out that the American Horror Story election season will not feature characters inspired by Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Learn the details, after the […]

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27 Feb

‘Godzilla 2’ Casts Vera Farmiga as Millie Bobby Brown’s Mom

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Vera Farmiga has faced all sorts of horrors onscreen, from a sinister adopted daughter in Orphan to a budding serial killer son in Bates Motel to the malicious spirits of The Conjuring. Her next new role will have her facing her biggest monster yet: Farmiga has just signed on for Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Michael Dougherty‘s sequel to Gareth […]

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27 Feb

‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Release Date Scheduled For Early Fall 2017

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The upside to being a movie and television fan in the age of the internet is that you can follow upcoming projects every step of the way! The downside to being a movie and television fan in the age of the internet is that you can follow upcoming projects every step of the way. This […]

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27 Feb

‘Smurfs: The Lost Village’ Preview: Smurfette and the Gang Explore the Forbidden Forrest

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The last two Surfs movies aren’t the most memorable kid films out there, but their success – they did great business overseas – proved there’s still plenty of love out there for these characters. The little blue humanoids are again starring in a movie, but this time, it’s a fully animated feature from director Kelly Asbury (Shrek […]

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27 Feb

Sequel Bits: ‘Bond 25,’ ‘Pacific Rim: Uprising,’ ‘Bad Boys For Life,’ ‘Jurassic World 2’

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In this edition of Sequel Bits: Naomie Harris feels pretty confident about Daniel Craig returning as James Bond. Will Ferrell says Step Brothers 2 will never happen. Joe Carnahan will make The Raid before Bad Boys For Life. Could Avatar 2 actually start shooting this year? Angelina Jolie is apparently considering Maleficent 2. John Boyega […]

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27 Feb

Russell Crowe Responds To Rob Liefeld’s ‘Deadpool 2’ Cable Fantasy Casting

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We know that Deadpool 2 will introduce X-Force’s Cable to Fox’s X-Men cinematic universe and there has been a lot of speculation about who might play the character on the big screen. When Deadpool director Tim Miller was still attached to the project, rumor had it he was pushing for Friday Night Lights star Kyle Chandler […]

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27 Feb

Interview: ‘Moonlight’ Star André Holland on Meeting the Kevins, Working With Soderbergh, and the Politics of Art

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Last night, Moonlight capped off its years-long journey to the big screen by taking home Best Picture at the 89th Academy Awards. For those following this year’s race, the film’s win didn’t come as a huge surprise (though the way that win was announced is another story). It topped a slew of year-end critics’ lists in December, and emerged […]

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