28 Sep

‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ May Feature Spider-Man in a New Suit

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Spider-Man may be getting a costume change in Spider-Man: Far From Home. While new duds are expected with every Marvel film (got to sell more of those toys), this new Spider-Suit may be familiar to fans who are eager to get a hint at what the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel will be about. Set videos taken from […]

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28 Sep

‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Deleted Scenes Reveal More About the Quantum Realm, Walton Goggins

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Two new Ant-Man and the Wasp deleted scenes have been released ahead of the Marvel film’s Blu-ray release next month. While both have tiny running times, one offers a larger glimpse into the grander world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The other gives us a more Walton Goggins, which is, well, just as good. USA Today […]

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28 Sep

‘Dark Phoenix’ Details: The X-Men Timeline, Genosha, Jessica Chastain’s Mysterious Character & More

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The first trailer for Dark Phoenix, the next installment of the X-Men franchise, arrived earlier this week. Considering all the rumblings about trouble behind the scenes, the trailer gave us a promising look at the second attempt to bring one of the most beloved and iconic comic book story arcs to the big screen after […]

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28 Sep

‘Surfer: Teen Confronts Fear’ Delivers an Incompetent, Bizarre and Worthy Successor to ‘The Room’

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In popular cinematic discourse, few phrases are as poorly-applied as “so bad it’s good.” That phrase suggests a continuum of quality, with a sweet spot in which a movie can entertain despite – or because of – its ineptitude. That’s nonsense. Any continuum of quality would have to exist three-dimensionally to account for the vastness […]

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28 Sep

‘Daredevil’ Season 3 Teaser: Wilson Fisk is Ready to Let the Devil Out

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Wilson Fisk is one of the most complex villains to come out of the Marvel TV universe (probably besting most of the villains on the Cinematic side too), so it’s a welcome return for Vincent D’Onofrio‘s character in the upcoming third season of Netflix’s Daredevil. The latest Daredevil season 3 teaser smartly spotlights the Kingpin, as he finally […]

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28 Sep

Midnight Madness: An Oasis of Oddity Inside the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival

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The Toronto International Film Festival is best-known these days as a Big Daddy of the awards season. Major films that premiere at TIFF – of which there are many – tend to do so with glamorous red-carpet events, stars congregating outside any one of the gorgeous theatres in the closed-to-traffic festival zone. Many are slick, […]

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28 Sep

‘Halloween’ Clip Reunites Michael Myers and Laurie Strode

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Halloween fans have been waiting for this moment for a long time. In this pulse-pounding clip from the new Halloween movie, Jamie Lee Curtis‘ Laurie Strode faces off against her ultimate boogeyman: Michael Myers. Laurie has been waiting for 40 years for this moment, and even though she thought she was prepared, Michael isn’t going to […]

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28 Sep

How the Finer Parts of ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Were Influenced by an Oscar-Nominated Sci-Fi Short

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(Welcome to The Movies That Made Star Wars, a series where we explore the films and television properties that inspired or in this case help us better understand George Lucas’s iconic universe. In this edition: The Leviathan) Ruairí Robinson isn’t a filmmaker that’s a household name, but maybe he should be. He’s an Academy Award […]

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28 Sep

‘Gambit’ Movie Will Be a Romantic Comedy, Says Producer

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Superhero movies have tackled every genre from the heist, to the Western, to the spy thriller. Now, the comic book movie may finally meet that much-derided, often undervalued, genre: the romantic-comedy. And that genre crossover will happen with…Gambit? X-Men producer and director of the upcoming Dark Phoenix, Simon Kinberg, teased that the upcoming Gambit movie set to star Channing […]

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28 Sep

The Streamer’s Guide to the 2018 New York Film Festival: What Non-Festgoers Can Watch at Home

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Most of the big movies of the fall have now premiered (although a few obvious exceptions remain to be unveiled) after their bows at Venice, Telluride and Toronto. Now it’s time for smaller, regional festivals to help further sort the wheat from the chaff. The New York Film Festival (NYFF), which kicks off this week, […]

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