1 May

Ridley Scott on Neill Blomkamp’s Alien Sequel: “There Was Never Even a Script”

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In about two weeks, we’ll have a good idea of how hungry the world is for more Alien films. Sir Ridley Scott has a couple of sequels in mind, and he envisions himself ready to shoot one next year after he makes All the Money in the World. Right now, Scott is steering the Alien ship, and it probably won’t […]

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1 May

‘Silicon Valley’ Review: ‘Intellectual Property’ Delivers One of the Funniest Scenes in the Series to Date

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A hilarious episode of Silicon Valley is a guarantee at this point, but it’s the episodes where everything comes together all at once that are the most satisfying. Once we can catch our breaths from laughing, that is. In “Intellectual Property,” we have the first perfect comedic mash-up of the season, a key example of […]

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1 May

Dwayne Johnson Reveals New ‘Rampage’ Details, Plans to Redesign ‘The Jungle Cruise’

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Dwayne Johnson hasn’t slept since around 2005 or so and it looks like he won’t close his eyes for the foreseeable future. In addition to filming the video game adaptation Rampage, he recently signed on to headline Disney’s film adaptation of their beloved theme park attraction, The Jungle Cruise. And when he’s not making movies and […]

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1 May

Ranking All 48 (Mostly Great) Movies Released by A24

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General audiences don’t pay much attention to the distributors of most films (unless the distributor happens to be Disney). But most film distributors aren’t A24 Films, the little start-up distribution company that could. Founded in 2012 by Daniel Katz, David Fenkel, and John Hodges, A24 is one of the rare independent film distributors to build […]

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1 May

OMG Avatar Land Looks Incredible; Watch These Walk-Through and Ride Videos

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Over the weekend, Walt Disney World previewed Animal Kingdom’s Pandora: The World Of Avatar to a bunch of press. We weren’t invited, and we’ve decided to keep calling it Avatar Land because the official name is not very good (and it’s more fun to say). Anyway, we are living vicariously through the photos and videos […]

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1 May

New ‘Wonder Woman’ Photos and TV Spot Trace Diana’s Journey From Themyscira to London

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After the dearth of marketing materials for Wonder Woman, we have suddenly been blessed with a surge of TV spots, stills and advertising for the upcoming movie about the female superhero and goddess. Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment released six never-before-seen stills, both in front of and behind the camera, of Gal Gadot‘s Diana on […]

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1 May

‘5-25-77’ Trailer: This Love Letter to ‘Star Wars’ Arrives in Time for the 40th Anniversary

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We’ve been hearing about the Star Wars-themed coming-of-age tale 5-25-77 for nearly a decade. After starting production in 2004, the film debuted at the Hamptons International Film Festival in October of 2008 under the title ’77, but ended up going back to a release that that Star Wars fans will recognize as the exact day that George […]

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1 May

‘American Gods’ Premiere Review: ‘The Bone Orchard’ is One of the Most Fascinating TV Pilots in Ages

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16 years after the publication of Neil Gaiman‘s original novel and after three years of development at the hands of Bryan Fuller (Hannibal), Michael Green (Logan) and Starz, American Gods has finally arrived on television. And it’s spectacular. The only reason it’s not the television event of 2017 is because Legion has already arrived and was similarly refreshing […]

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1 May

‘House of Cards’ Season 5 Trailer: ‘One Nation, Underwood’

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I’m still a few seasons behind on Netflix’s House of Cards, so I can’t directly comment on the events showcased in the new trailer for the fifth season of the streaming service’s flagship series. However, I can say this much: this sure is one effective trailer, the kind of marketing that may nudge me into actually […]

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1 May

Spoilers Won’t Ruin ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ For You, James Gunn Says

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Welcome to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, where the anticipation is high and the spoilers don’t matter. That is, according to director James Gunn. The film is still a week out from its U.S. release, but fans are becoming especially defensive against spoilers, which abound thanks to advance screenings and an early premiere in Europe. […]

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