16 Jan

‘Creed 2’ Lands Romanian Boxer Florian Munteanu As Ivan Drago’s Son

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Back in November last year, we heard that Creed 2 might be looking for someone to play the son of Ivan Drago, the legendary boxer responsible for killing Apollo Creed in the ring at the beginning of Rocky IV in 1985. At the time, an MMA fighter named  Sage Northcutt said that he sent in […]

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16 Jan

Superhero Bits: ‘Black Panther’ Box Office Predictions, John Cena Joins New ‘TMNT’ Series

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Is there any chance that Yondu will return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Which villain is John Cena going to voice in Nickelodeon’s Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? How much could Black Panther make in its opening weekend? What do the prison stripes on the Guardians of the Galaxy‘s prison jumpsuits mean? Want […]

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16 Jan

Daily Podcast: Jacob’s Best Movies of 2017, Red Son, John Wick, Monsters

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On the January 15, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and senior writer Ben Pearson to talk about the latest news, including a Superman: Red Son movie, a John Wick and Monsters TV series. And in Our Feature Presentation, Jacob Hall talks about his top 10 […]

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16 Jan

‘Hitman’ TV Series Teased by DC’s Geoff Johns

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The CW has found a great deal of success by giving slightly less iconic superheroes the spotlight. Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow have created a DC universe that is more coherent and fun than anything in theaters. So why not bring one of the best and lesser known (at least to non-comics fans) characters of […]

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16 Jan

Sequel Bits: ‘John Wick 3,’ ‘Edge of Tomorrow 2,’ ‘Fantastic Beasts,’ ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ and More

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In this edition of Sequel Bits John Wick 3 has a working title! Stallone teases Expendables 4 yet again. Tom Cruise shows off some more crazy Mission: Impossible stunts! A new Fantastic Beasts sequel photo! Doug Liman might make Edge of Tomorrow 2 next! John Wick: Chapter 3 is moving along nicely. Case in point: the film now has […]

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16 Jan

YouTube Execs Address Logan Paul Suspension, Future Steps [TCA 2018]

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Robert Kinsel, YouTube’s Chief Business Officer, took questions from the Television Critics Association on Saturday. Many of those questions were about Logan Paul, the YouTube creator who posted a video featuring him discovering and laughing at a dead body in Japan. YouTube removed Paul from its Google Preferred advertising platform, removed him from the series Foursome, and […]

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15 Jan

‘Show Dogs’ Trailer: It’s ‘Miss Congeniality’ with Will Arnett and Talking Dogs

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While movies like Moana, How to Train Your Dragon and Inside Out may try to entertain kids with stories that are funny, touching and family friendly, there are other movies that try to appeal to the lowest common denominator of children’s entertainment. Thankfully, Show Dogs is not one of those movies. Instead, Show Dogs is […]

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15 Jan

‘Heathers’ TV Show Will Have a ‘Kill Bill’-Style Fight With Croquet Mallets, F-Bombs And More [TCA 2018]

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/Film had a one-on-one interview with Jason Micallef, developer and showrunner of the Heathers TV adaptation, after his Television Critics Association panel. We’ll bring you that full interview when the show premieres in March, but during out conversation, Micallef revealed that episode four would have a Kill Bill style fight scene with croquet mallets. One […]

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15 Jan

‘Paddington 2’ is the Fourth Film to Score 100% on Rotten Tomatoes With Over 100 Reviews

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The year has just begun, but one film has already netted the coveted “best reviewed film of the year” classification: Paddington 2. The film currently has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes with 196 positive reviews. This makes Paddington 2 the second family film in history, and the fourth film overall, to remain at 100% with over […]

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15 Jan

Paramount Network Will Not Credit The Weinstein Company on Their Co-productions [TCA 2018]

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Paramount Network, the rebrand of Spike TV launching January 18, presented to the Television Critics Association on Monday. In opening announcement, Kevin Kay, President of Paramount Network, TV Land and CMT, said that co-productions of Waco and Yellowtone would not credit The Weinstein Company or Harvey Weinstein. He elaborated on his decision in an executive […]

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