2 May

‘Logan’ Black & White Screening Locations Announced, Most of America Is Screwed

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Earlier this year, we learned that director James Mangold was already working on a black and white version of Logan. However, it wasn’t until last week that we learned this special version of the film would debut on the big screen in addition to being part of the home video release. At the time, there […]

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2 May

Video Essay: Why ‘The Force Awakens’ Is A Better Written Movie Than ‘Rogue One’

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When I got out of the premiere for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, one of the first questions I got was: how does the first Star Wars standalone film compare to JJ Abrams‘ Star Wars: The Force Awakens? And for me the answer was simple, while both movies are good, The Force Awakens is better because […]

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2 May

‘The Big Sick’ Trailer: This Could Be the Best Comedy of the Summer

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You might think it’s a little bold to proclaim that The Big Sick will be the best comedy of the summer. And while reactions from trailers can tend to be hyperbolic in the moment, in this case, we’ve actually already seen the movie in question. The Big Sick debuted at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, […]

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2 May

/Answers: Great Comic Books That Need to Be TV Shows

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Every week in /Answers, we attempt to answer a new pop culture-related question. This week’s edition asks “What comic book or graphic novel needs to be adapted into a TV series?” As always, we have submissions from the /Film writing crew and podcast team. If you’d like to share a comic that you think would make a great television […]

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2 May

‘Wonder Woman’ TV Spot: ‘You Will Soon Find Out’ Who Wonder Woman Is

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“Who is this woman?” “You will soon find out.” That dialogue exchange has been echoing throughout the spate of TV spots promoting Wonder Woman, the newest film in Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe and the first solo female superhero movie of the modern age. And we will, with Wonder Woman hitting theaters in a month. […]

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2 May

‘Better Call Saul’ Review: Who Came Out On Top in ‘Sabrosito’?

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(Every week, we’re going to kick off discussion about Better Call Saul season 3 by answering one simple question: who came out on top when the credits rolled?) The majority of concerns voiced about Better Call Saul have been about the show’s dual nature. Strictly speaking, the show’s a two-hander, with Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) going down one path and […]

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2 May

Writers Strike Narrowly Averted After ‘Tentative Deal’ Is Reached

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There won’t be a writers strike, thanks to a tentative new deal reached by Writers Guild negotiators and representatives from the Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers. Hollywood (and film and TV viewers) can breathe a sigh of relief, as writers return to work as usual Tuesday, allowing productions to continue uninterrupted. But more importantly, […]

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2 May

James Gunn On That Incredible ‘Guardians 2’ One-Take, Post-Credit Scenes & His ‘Guardians 3’ Return

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits theaters in the US this week, after making it’s international debut last week. I sat down with writer/director James Gunn to talk about the challenges of the sequel, including the incredible one-take opening sequence, how he filmed Kraglin and Rocket in the same scene when they are played by the […]

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2 May

Chris Pratt’s Favorite ‘Guardians Vol. 2’ Moment, Rehearsing with Kurt Russell, and More [Interview]

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After nearly three years, the Guardians are coming back to the big screen this Thursday night in Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and it’s great to finally have the chance to hang out with that bunch of a-holes again. Two weeks ago, I met actor Chris Pratt (who plays Peter Quill, aka Star-Lord) on the balcony […]

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2 May

‘The Mummy’ Featurette: The Monster Has Big Plans for Tom Cruise

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We can usually rely on Tom Cruise to save our world in the movies. But in The Mummy, he helps to bring about its destruction by discovering one pissed off mummy, an ancient princess (Sofia Boutella) to be exact. Once again, the world will call upon Tom Cruise to save us all in Alex Kurtzman‘s film (even if […]

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