1 Jan

Exiting ‘Doctor Who’ Star Peter Capaldi Comforts a Sad 9-Year-Old Fan

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Nothing can keep this Doctor away from comforting his fans. Peter Capaldi had an emotional exit from Doctor Who in this year’s Christmas special “Twice Upon a Time,” which saw the Twelfth Doctor regenerating into the Thirteenth Doctor played by Jodie Whittaker. It’s all a part of the history of Doctor Who, which has been replacing its stars since the long-running BBC science-fiction show […]

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1 Jan

Could We See More Than One ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Sequel?

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Luca Guadagnino‘s romantic drama Call Me By Your Name has been a major player in this year’s awards conversations, and without spoiling anything, the movie’s ending suggests a finality to the story of its two lovers. But we may not have seen the end of Elio (Timothee Chalamet) and Oliver (Armie Hammer) just yet. In a new […]

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1 Jan

‘Cleopatra’ Writer Says the Movie Won’t Be a Prestige Picture, Will Instead Be a Visceral Political Thriller

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A couple of months ago, we learned that Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve was in talks to direct Sony Pictures’ long-brewing Cleopatra movie about the famed Egyptian queen. Hollywood has been attempting to make a movie about her for the better part of the last decade, with directors like David Fincher and Ang Lee attached, and while Sony was once […]

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1 Jan

How Guillermo Del Toro Made ‘The Shape of Water’ For Less Than $20 Million; Watch a Fish-Man Featurette

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Guillermo del Toro has been a household name for genre lovers for years, but with his 1960s-set movie The Shape of Water earning critical acclaim and big awards buzz, he’s back in the mainstream spotlight. The Shape of Water is one of the most visually beautiful movies you’ll see this year – but del Toro used […]

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1 Jan

A ‘Micronauts’ Animated Series Will Bring Another Hasbro Toy Line to Life in 2019

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The Micronauts are coming to Earth. An animated series adaptation of the space toy line is being developed by Hasbro Studios, for a 2019 release. Micronauts was a popular line of sci-fi toys from the 1970s, itself based on the Japanese Microman cyborg toys. And as was the case with many ’70s and ’80s toys, Micronauts eventually became […]

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1 Jan

‘The Post’ Featurette: Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks Make a Powerhouse Duo

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The Post is about a historic, monumental collaboration between masters of their crafts, whose work has changed the world time and time again. It’s also about how the Washington Post went up against the federal government to bring the Pentagon Papers to the public. Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, Steven Spielberg – names that elicit awe and […]

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1 Jan

Purple Mike Wazowski? ‘Toys in the Hood?’ See Some of Pixar’s Wildest Scrapped Ideas

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Every movie has its early drafts, some of which never see the light of day. But the rise of concept art books and juicy “How Did This Get Made”-style oral histories have left nary a stone unturned in the vast movie development landscape. Pixar boasts some of the most critically acclaimed and universally beloved animated films […]

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1 Jan

‘Scorched Earth’ Trailer: Gina Carano is a Post-Apocalyptic Bounty Hunter

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Tell me if you’ve heard this one before. A grizzled badass without a lot to say wanders the wasteland of the post-apocalypse, dispensing justice against armies of bandits and slowly learning to care again after encountering someone who melts their icy heart. That’s the premise of many movies and it is also the premise of […]

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1 Jan

‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ VFX Breakdowns: Robot Arm, Beauty Bot & Poppy’s Jungle

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle may not be the height of realism in action filmmaking, but when it comes to the visual effects, there’s some impressive work done to bring the world of violent spies to life in Matthew Vaughn‘s comic book adaptation. Since it’s awards season, all of the visual effects houses are showing off […]

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1 Jan

The Morning Watch: ‘Star Wars’ Timelines, ‘Dunkirk’ Meets ‘Darkest Hour’ & More

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The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, a Star Wars video remix bridges the original […]

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