31 Jul

‘The Dark Tower’ TV Series Will Be “Totally Canon” and Adhere Closer to Stephen King’s Books

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“The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed.” So begins author Stephen King’s magnum opus The Dark Tower, a multi-novel series that took King three decades to complete. How long the story will take to unfold across film and television screens has a lot to do with how well the first film performs when it lands in theaters […]

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31 Jul

‘Game of Thrones’ Review: ‘The Queen’s Justice’ Brings the Greatest Death in the Show’s History

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(In our coverage of Game of Thrones season 7, we’ll be examining each episode with one simple question in mind – which character is winning the game of thrones this week?) That’ll do, Game of Thrones. That’ll do. “The Queen’s Justice” isn’t just the best episode of Game of Thrones season 7 so far – […]

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31 Jul

‘Suicide Squad 2’ Loses Its Top Choice Director to ‘Jungle Cruise’

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Jaume Collet-Serra (The Shallows, Non-Stop, Orphan) has signed on to direct Dwayne Johnson in Disney’s Jungle Cruise. Taking on the movie adaptation of Disneyland’s classic theme park ride means that Collet-Serra must withdraw himself from possible directing duties on Suicide Squad 2. Jaume was the top choice for the Warner Bros’ superhero sequel, and with […]

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31 Jul

Here’s Your First Look at Zazie Beetz as Domino in ‘Deadpool 2,’ Rob Liefeld Compares the Film to ‘Rush Hour’

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Ryan Reynolds continues his streak as Deadpool 2‘s one-man marketing machine with the first look at Zazie Beetz as Domino, the mutant assassin frequently paired with Josh Brolin‘s strongman Cable. Beetz’s depiction is a departure from the comic book in the best way, forgoing Domino’s alabaster skin and straight black hair, and going for a Misty Knight-inspired afro […]

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31 Jul

‘Room 104’ Review: HBO’s New Anthology Series Kicks Off With a Creepy Kid

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(Each week, we’ll kick off discussion about Room 104 by answering one simple question: what’s the strangest thing in Room 104?) At first glance, Room 104 doesn’t seem like an especially noteworthy place. It can best be described as “beige.” Beige wallpaper, beige curtains, and beige carpet cover the drab motel room. But there’s something […]

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31 Jul

Spoilers Are Coming: Beware Leaked ‘Game of Thrones’ Episodes and Scripts From HBO Hack

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The things we do for love — of a show. But if you love not being spoiled for Game of Thrones, beware: hackers have breached HBO and reportedly plan to release episodes and scripts from upcoming Game of Thrones episodes. HBO has suffered a major cyberattack, with upcoming episodes of a few of its TV series and at least […]

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31 Jul

‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ Review: Exploring the Best Moments of Part 12

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(Each week, we’re going to kick off discussion about Twin Peaks: The Return by answering one question: what was the best scene of the episode?) Twin Peaks fans finally have the answer to a question they’ve been wondering about for 25 years: what happened to Audrey Horne (Sherilyn Fenn)? The Best Scene in Part 12 David Lynch and […]

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31 Jul

‘Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later’ is More Character, Less Nostalgia [TCA 2017]

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/Film sat down with Michael Showalter after a Television Critics Association panel for his TBS comedy Search Party, which returns for a second season this fall. With Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later premiering on Netflix this week, we had a chance to preview the follow-up to First Day of Camp as well. Showalter confirmed […]

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31 Jul

Bryan Fuller Originally Planned For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ to Be an Anthology Series

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Star Trek: Discovery might have truly and boldly gone beyond what any Star Trek series had done before, if original showrunner Bryan Fuller were still at the helm. Fuller, a passionate Trekkie who was long attached to the project before he left to devote all of his attention to American Gods, revealed that he had originally pitched Star Trek: Discovery to CBS […]

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31 Jul

/Film Daily Podcast: The Best Movies of 2017 So Far, & A Movie App Recommendation

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On the /Film Daily podcast for July 31, 2017, Peter Sciretta is joined by Hoai-Tran Bui who shares her favorite films of 2017 so far. Peter also answers a mailbag question about movie app recommendations. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes, Google Play, Overcast and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). […]

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