24 Feb

‘The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling’ Trailer: Judd Apatow Digs into the Comedian’s Life and Legacy

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Next month will mark two years since we lost comedian Garry Shandling all too soon at the age of 66. But rather than stewing about it this whole time, director Judd Apatow decided to pay tribute to the comedian who brought us fantastic stand-up comedy, The Larry Sanders Show, and a memorable senator turned Hydra […]

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24 Feb

Disney Parks Bits: ‘Up’ Bird Show Coming to Animal Kingdom, Lamplight Lounge Replaces Cove Bar

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Walt Disney World and Disneyland always have something new and exciting to offer us. Whether it’s a Star Wars land not so far, far away, or the upcoming 20th anniversary of Animal Kingdom, Disney Parks always has something new a-brewin’. Disney Parks has unleashed a slew of announcements for its theme parks. From an Up-inspired bird show, […]

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24 Feb

This Week In Trailers: My Hero’s Shadow, Birthmarked, Flint Town, NEAT: The Story of Bourbon, Prodigy

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Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week […]

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24 Feb

Superhero Bits: ‘Flashpoint’ Directors Not Finalized, Skrulls May Appear in ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ & More

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Which Orange is the New Black star is interested in playing Batgirl? Do you need a Batman Begins golf cart? Which comic was Joss Whedon interested in adapting before he left Batgirl? Will the Skrulls be introduced in X-Men: Dark Phoenix before they appear in Captain Marvel? What is the Black Panther box office total […]

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24 Feb

Cinemark Bans Large Bags From Theaters, MoviePass CEO Explains Its Weird Business Model

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Here’s a couple pieces of movie theater news to take you into the weekend. Cinemark, one of the major theater chains in the United States, has officially banned large bags from its theaters. And for those of you who are still wondering exactly how the heck the MoviePass business model works, company CEO Mitch Lowe […]

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24 Feb

Daily Podcast: Foreign Films/TV You Should Be Streaming, Blair Witch, Dark Tower, Mute & More

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On the February 23, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, including Blair Witch and Dark Tower tv shows, a Making a Murderer sequel, the first reactions to Duncan Jones’ Mute. In Our Feature Presentation, we’ll be talking about […]

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24 Feb

Watch: 30-Minute ‘Annihilation’ Interview with Director Alex Garland

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Writer/director Alex Garland‘s new movie Annihilation was /Film’s most anticipated movie of 2018, and it didn’t disappoint. It’s an intense, unsettling piece of science fiction that will send you staggering out of the theater holding your mushy brain in your hands. Now, a new 30-minute Annihilation interview with Garland sheds some light on the making […]

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24 Feb

The Best TV Shows & Movies Leaving Netflix in March 2018

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Everything comes to an end, including movies streaming on Netflix. As February gives way to March, several great movies and TV shows will flee the streaming service and be buried in the cold, cold ground, never to return again (maybe). To make sure you don’t miss out, here’s a list of the great stuff leaving […]

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24 Feb

‘The Beach’ is Getting a New Adaptation, Says Alex Garland

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Alex Garland‘s new movie Annihilation is in theaters right now, but the filmmaker got his start as a writer when his debut novel The Beach was published in 1996. The book was adapted into a movie in 2000 starring Leonardo DiCaprio, and now Garland says that a new adaptation is in the works. Read on for […]

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23 Feb

‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Will Be Free For Underprivileged Kids at AMC Theaters

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Ava DuVernay‘s upcoming movie adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time has the potential to have a huge influence on a whole generation of young viewers. An organization called Color of Change wants to make sure the film has the opportunity to inspire every child who wants to see it, not just the ones whose parents […]

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