30 Nov

Theme Park Bits: A Web Series About Disney Superfans, DCA’s Secret Bar, Universal’s Holiday Parade And More

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In this edition of Theme Park Bits: You can dry off from a soaking ride on Grizzly River Run at Disney California Adventure.  The biggest superfans of all Disney superfans are getting the spotlight on a new web series. See how Shanghai Disneyland’s Treasure Cove could’ve looked a lot different based on unearthed artwork. Get […]

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30 Nov

That Dog From ‘Widows’ Also Starred in ‘Game Night’ and Netflix’s ‘Insatiable’

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Several actors in Steve McQueen’s new heist film Widows have appeared in multiple movies this year: Carrie Coon was in Avengers: Infinity War, Elizabeth Debicki was in The Tale and The Cloverfield Paradox, Daniel Kaluuya was in Black Panther, and Brian Tyree Henry is having a heck of a year by appearing in If Beale […]

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30 Nov

The Morning Watch: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Accepts Mark Twain Prize, The Original Cinematic Universes & 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, Julia Louis-Dreyfus accepts the prestigious 2018 Mark Twain […]

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30 Nov

‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Early Buzz: As Expected, Pretty Much Everyone Loves This Movie

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The social media embargo for Mary Poppins Returns has lifted like an otherworldly nanny floating up into the sky, and the early buzz is rolling in. Do critics find the Emily Blunt-starring Mary Poppins sequel magical? Does Lin-Manuel Miranda shine in his first big screen role? Does director Rob Marshall rekindle the spirit of the original? Or is […]

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30 Nov

‘Daredevil’ Cancelled By Netflix, But Might End Up On Disney+

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The Marvel Netflix characters may have survived Thanos’ snap, but their days on the streaming service are all but over. Daredevil has been cancelled by Netflix after three seasons, making it the latest Marvel Netflix show to get the boot. Over the last few months, Netflix has pulled the plug on Iron Fist and Luke Cage, making Jessica Jones and […]

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30 Nov

Superhero Bits: ‘Young Justice’ Enhanced Editions, Margot Robbie Wants Poison Ivy in the DCEU & More

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What DC Comics character does Margot Robbie want to on screen with Harley Quinn? What did Aquaman have to remove in order to lower its rating in the United Kingdom? What storyline would entice Anthony & Joe Russo to come back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Who would Tessa Thompson like to direct a Valkyrie […]

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30 Nov

Daily Podcast: Blue Beetle, Sundance 2019, Dear Evan Hansen, Console Wars, and More

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On the November 29, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest TV and film news, including a Blue Beetle movie, Dear Evan Hansen, Console Wars, the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, and A24. And in a […]

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30 Nov

British Film Institute Says It Won’t Fund Movies That Depict Villains With Facial Scars

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For as long as I can remember, scars have been used as a visual shorthand for villainy in movies. I can’t count the number of henchmen I’ve seen who have scars across one eye, and major characters like Le Chiffre from Casino Royale, The Joker from The Dark Knight, and Kylo Ren from the new […]

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30 Nov

‘State Like Sleep’ Trailer: Katherine Waterston is Haunted by Her Husband’s Death

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Katherine Waterston stars in the noir thriller State Like Sleep as a widow who is haunted by the mysterious death of her celebrity husband (Michiel Huisman). The first State Like Sleep trailer released by The Orchard follows her as she soon discovers a web of secrets that sends her deep into the seedy underbelly of Brussels, where […]

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30 Nov

New Netflix Mystery Series Will Be Based on the Swedish ‘Young Wallander’ Novels

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Kurt Wallander has appeared in nine films, one Swedish series, one BBC series, and yet this fictional Swedish detective is hardly known in the States. But that may soon change, as Netflix has ordered Young Wallander, a series, loosely based on Henning Mankell‘s book series. Netflix has ordered the Young Wallander TV series, which is set in contemporary […]

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