2 May

Watch: Chris Pratt Solves a Rubik’s Cube During a ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Interview

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Plenty of people already love Chris Pratt because he’s charming and perfectly plays the sarcastic, occasionally reckless cosmic superhero known as Star-Lord. So it’s just icing on the cake to find out that in addition to being a solid actor and an all around great guy, Chris Pratt can also do a little bit of […]

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2 May

‘Saturday Night Live’ VFX Featurette Reveals Impressive Work Done on a Tight Schedule

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When it comes to examining a show like Saturday Night Live, it’s easy to only pay attention to the comedy and performances. After all, people watch the staple late night sketch series for laughs. But because the show is live where anything can happen, that makes the technical achievements behind the scenes even more impressive. […]

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2 May

Superhero Bits: Wonder Woman Marketing, Thor: Ragnarok LEGO Sets, Rogue Recasting & More

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What would Batman v Superman be like if it were a buddy comedy? Want a chance to be in Ant-Man and the Wasp? Is X-Men: Dark Phoenix looking to recast a younger version of Rogue? Did you know Warner Bros. has actually spent more on Wonder Woman marketing than on Suicide Squad at this same […]

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1 May

‘Joshua: Teenager vs Superpower’ Trailer: One Teen Rallies the People of Hong Kong

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Joshua Wong wasn’t born when Hong Kong was handed back to the Chinese government in 1997 after being under British rule and influence by western civilization. But that didn’t stop him from rallying against the Communist government for trying to take away some of Hong Kong’s autonomy that was promised in the “one country, two […]

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1 May

‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ Clips: Watch Nearly 10 Minutes of Guy Ritchie’s Medieval Epic

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Warner Bros. Pictures is hoping their investment in the medieval epic King Arthur: Legend of the Sword will pay off when the movie from director Guy Ritchie hits theaters in a couple of weeks. The studio recently enlisted the help of the movie-going public by having 200 AMC Theatres locations around the United States host […]

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1 May

See How a Scene from ‘Cars 3’ Evolves from Storyboard to the Final Cut

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Last week brought a brand new trailer for Cars 3, along with our reaction after seeing roughly half the movie. Easily the most impressive and promising element of the movie is the new character Cruz Ramirez voiced by comedian Cristela Alonzo, who gives the franchise a much needed bigger heart. But beyond that, Pixar Animation […]

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1 May

Here’s Everything We Know About the Netflix Hack So Far

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  This past weekend, a hacker attempted to extort Netflix into paying a ransom fee that would prevent the hacker from releasing the first ten episodes of Orange of the New Black season 5 to torrent sites ahead of the show’s official premiere next month. Netflix did not comply with those demands, and the hacker followed through […]

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1 May

‘Bond 25’ Reportedly Eyeing ‘Lucky Number Slevin’ and ‘Sherlock’ Director

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What kind of filmmaker is the perfect match for the James Bond series? On one hand, it seems like it should be a journeyman, the kind of director who is comfortable working alongside protective producers, a capable craftsman who knows how to deliver productions on time and on budget. But on the other, it seems […]

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1 May

Robert Downey Jr.’s ‘Doctor Dolittle’ Runs Away From ‘Star Wars: Episode 9’

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In news that everyone and their mother could have predicted, Universal’s upcoming Doctor Dolittle movie has vacated its May 24, 2019 release date…mainly because a little movie called Star Wars: Episode 9 decided it wanted that Memorial Day weekend and Star Wars gets what Star Wars wants and a talking veterinarian (even one played by Robert […]

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1 May

Matt Reeves Reveals What ‘The Batman’ and ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ Have in Common

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When Ben Affleck vacated the director’s chair of his upcoming film The Batman, we knew Warner Bros. would need to find someone special to step in if they wanted to keep fans buzzing about the film’s possibilities. Hiring Matt Reeves, the man behind Cloverfield and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, seemed like a pretty solid play. The dude has some […]

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