27 Feb

‘Star Wars Rebels’ Just Changed Everything We Know About ‘Star Wars’

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As Star Wars Rebels moves closer to its final episode, the series has been pushing the boundaries of what we expect from an animated Star Wars show. Just like The Clone Wars before it, Rebels has become a vital part of series canon, expanding the landscape of the films, books, and comics that make up […]

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27 Feb

Netflix is Set to Release a Total of 700 Original Movies and TV Shows This Year Alone

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If you watched a new Netflix original every day for the rest of the year, you still wouldn’t be able to finish the streaming service’s ungodly number of total TV shows and movies. Because Netflix is adding a whopping 700 original movies and TV series to its service in 2018. You heard that right. Netflix […]

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27 Feb

Matt Reeves’ First Netflix Movie Will Be Science-Fiction Thriller ‘Life Sentence’

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Matt Reeves is a busy man. Between prepping for the upcoming The Batman and vaguely hinting at another Planet of the Apes movie, the director recently signed a “first-look” deal with Netflix. And the Matt Reeves Netflix deal has already spawned its first project: Life Sentence. Reeves’ first production with Netflix, Life Sentence, is a science-fiction film based on a short […]

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27 Feb

New Blu-ray Releases: ‘Thor: Ragnarok,’ ‘Coco,’ ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ and More

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(Welcome to Not Dead Yet, a feature dedicated to new Blu-ray releases and what special features you should be excited about. Because yes, some of us still like to own physical copies of our movies.) Time for another Blu-ray round-up for all you physical media fiends out there. There’s so much good stuff here, folks. Thor: Ragnarok comes […]

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27 Feb

Steve Martin and Martin Short Team Up for a Netflix Comedy Special

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Netflix has been giving comedy specials to anyone and everyone, so much that it’s become a bit of a joke in the comedy world. But it’s still worth paying attention when they give a special to comedians who truly deserve it. Steve Martin and Martin Short have been partners in comedy for decades. Having appeared […]

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27 Feb

‘The Rocketeer’ Animated Series is Coming to Disney Junior in 2019

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Remember The Rocketeer, Disney’s 1991 pulp adventure about a stunt pilot who finds a prototype jet pack and uses it to fight Nazis? It’s an exuberant, stylish piece of work that manages to improve on the tone of Dave Stevens‘ already-wonderful comic book series, but it sputtered at the box office and failed to garner […]

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27 Feb

‘The Week Of’ Trailer: Adam Sandler and Chris Rock Butt Heads Over a Wedding

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Ever since Adam Sandler and Chris Rock starred together on Saturday Night Live in the ’90s, Rock has been a constant fixture in Sandler’s progressively crass repertoire — from The Longest Yard, to Grown-Ups and Grown-Ups 2. But as the two reteam in The Week Of for Sandler’s last movie in his original four-film Netflix deal, they seem to pull off a […]

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27 Feb

‘Shazam!’ First Look: Zachary Levi Sports a Classic Costume

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It seems like every “first look” we get of superhero movies these days are from a quickly snapped photo taken on set. The next movie on the list: Warner Bros.’ Shazam!, the solo outing for the DC Comics’ character played by Zachary Levi. And he’s wearing a curiously classic costume. The first photo leaked from the set […]

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27 Feb

‘New Mutants’ Adding a Character During Reshoots, ‘X-Force’ Movie Shoots in October & More

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As the possibility of a merger between Walt Disney Pictures and 20th Century Fox looms, the latter studio isn’t slowing down development on any of their projects. When it comes to any developments on films featuring Marvel Comics characters, it seems like the studio is trying to get as much off the ground as they […]

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27 Feb

20 Years Later, ‘Dark City’ Remains One of the Smartest Sci-Fi Films Ever Made

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Alex Proyas’ Dark City turns 20 today, a science fiction masterpiece that is at once undeniably influential in its field yet still overlooked by many fans of the genre. That commercial neglect may be due in part to the theatrical version, which opened with a studio-mandated voice-over narration that compromised Proyas’ vision – as well […]

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