18 Mar

‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 2’ Trailer: Being Wicked Never Felt So Good

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Just like magic, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is back in no time at all with its second season. Or rather, part 2 of the Netflix teenage fantasy-drama series, based on the streaming service’s confusing labeling of its recent original shows. But you know who’s not confused? Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka), who has fully embraced the wicked side […]

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18 Mar

How ‘Wolverine: The Lost Trail’ is Blazing the Trail for the New Medium of Podcast Audio Dramas

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In a cramped, soundproofed room, Richard Armitage is ordering a drink. Or rather, he’s ordering a drink as Logan, aka Wolverine, the lead character in the upcoming Marvel and Stitcher podcast drama, Wolverine: The Lost Trail. Standing around a cheap IKEA table and clinking glasses full of water, Armitage and co-star Rodney Henry, who plays a young […]

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18 Mar

New ‘Toy Story 4’ Merchandise Confirms ‘Incredibles 2’ Easter Egg and More New Characters

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Toy Story 4 is coming to theaters this summer, whether you like it or not. The sequel feels like it has a bit of up an uphill battle to justify its existence after the ending of Toy Story 3 provided such a prefect conclusion. But since they have a new kid to play with in the […]

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18 Mar

See the First Poster for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

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Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio look lean, mean, and a little Photoshopped in the very first Once Upon a Time in Hollywood poster, which gives us a new look at Quentin Tarantino‘s highly anticipated film. The duo take center stage in the poster, which will be Tarantino’s ode to the year 1969, a year of great political […]

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18 Mar

WTF: An ‘Alien vs Predator’ Football Video Game Was Once in Development for SEGA Genesis

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Even though the Alien and Predator franchises have both gone in some weird directions over the years, their individual missteps pale in comparison to the insanity of the Alien vs Predator franchise. The war between these two interstellar species began in Dark Horse comic books back in 1989, and it came to arcades not long […]

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18 Mar

The Morning Watch: ‘Mortal Engines’ VFX Breakdown, Limitations of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Part 2, & 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, the second part of a video essay diving […]

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17 Mar

‘Creed 2’ May Have Almost Featured Another Cameo…By Apollo Creed’s Ghost?

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Creed II continues the legacy connection to the classic Rocky franchise by having Michael B. Jordan‘s character Adonis Creed face-off with Viktor Drago (Florian Munteanu). He just so happens to be the son of Rocky Balboa’s dangerous opponent Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren), the man responsible for the death of his fellow boxer Apollo Creed (Carl […]

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17 Mar

‘Captain Marvel’ Favorite Goose the Cat Gets the Purrfect Funko POP Figures

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Captain Marvel is only in its second weekend at the box office (which added considerably more cash to the movie’s haul), but it’s already a certified hit. Even though Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn are the stars, there’s one breakout character that fans can’t get enough of, and they’re not human. It’s […]

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17 Mar

Theme Park Bits: New Harry Potter Ride Details, E.T. Lawsuit, Disney World Ticket Prices and More

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In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Universal has announced details of its new Harry Potter attraction, including an opening date. Walt Disney World ticket prices have gone up again. The family of a boy who suffered an injury on Universal’s E.T. ride is suing. The Indiana Jones stunt show is getting an update. And […]

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17 Mar

‘Pet Sematary’ Review: Scary As Hell, and One of the Best Stephen King Adaptations Ever [SXSW]

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The best Stephen King adaptations do not adhere rigidly to the author’s text but rather remain true to the general spirit of the work. Think The Shining. Think Misery. Think even the 2017 adaptation of It. These works bear a strong resemblance to the words King used, but also forge their own identities, and tell their own stories […]

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