30 Sep

‘1917’ Featurette Teases a War Epic Told in One Continuous Shot

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Cinephiles and casual movie-goers alike often go gaga over the idea of scenes, and even entire movies told in one continuous shot. Not only is it a technical achievement, but it also looks pretty darn cool, too. Sam Mendes‘ World War I film 1917 is the latest piece of entertainment to rely on this trick, tellings its […]

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30 Sep

Michael Bay Gives Sneak Peak at ‘Six Underground’ Trailer, Which Drops Tomorrow

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Michael Bay took to Instagram to post a video of himself looking, and sounding, very sleepy, all in the name of teasing his upcoming Six Underground trailer. You get about a split-second look of someone (maybe Ryan Reynolds?) jumping off a building, but mostly you just get Bay in his editing suite/screening room, hyping up the […]

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30 Sep

The Latest ‘El Camino’ Teaser Brings Back Another ‘Breaking Bad’ Character

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So much of El Camino, the Breaking Bad sequel-movie, is shrouded in secrecy. Sure, we know it’s about what happened to Jesse Pinkman after he drove off shrieking like a madman in the series finale. But how many other Bad characters will be making an appearance? It was previously confirmed that Jesse’s old drug-dealing buddies Badger and Skinny […]

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30 Sep

‘Castle Rock’ Season 2 Trailer Ups the Misery in Hulu’s Stephen King Series

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Misery loves company in the second season of Hulu’s Stephen King extravaganza, Castle Rock. Season 2 of the horror series turns its attention to Annie Wilkes, the psychotic nurse from King’s novel Misery, played by Lizzy Caplan. The official Castle Rock season 2 trailer is full of eerie shots of other familiar King places, including the Marsten House from Salem’s Lot. […]

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30 Sep

New ‘Birds of Prey’ Posters Bring Plenty of Color into Harley Quinn’s Life, New Trailer Arrives Tomorrow

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This week brings Joker to theaters, and along with the debut of the Clown Prince of Crime’s origin story, we’ll be getting a proper glimpse at the upcoming spin-off focusing on his Clown Princess of Crime, the totally insane Harley Quinn. A new trailer for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley […]

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30 Sep

‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Teaser Reveals We’re Not In Hawkins Anymore

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You knew it was coming, but now it’s official. Netflix has renewed Stranger Things for season 4, and they’ve released a tantalizing teaser as well. There’s no real footage here, but there is a telling tagline: “We’re not in Hawkins anymore.” In other words, get ready to move beyond the same old, same old. The news […]

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30 Sep

‘Frozen 2’ Filmmakers Reveal New Details About the Sequel [Set Visit]

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A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to visit Walt Disney Animation in Burbank to take an early look at some footage from Frozen II, the highly-anticipated sequel to the 2013 mega-hit. Returning directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck and their team spent the last four years making this film, which is only the […]

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30 Sep

‘Frozen 2’ Sneak Peek of New Song Takes Us “Into the Unknown”; Soundtrack Available for Pre-Order

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Are you ready for the new Frozen 2 song to be stuck in your head from now through eternity? Well too bad, because you’re going to be humming Idina Menzel‘s vocals for the Frozen 2 new song “Into the Unknown” for at least two months until the soundtrack, which has been made available for pre-order now, hits shelves. […]

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30 Sep

The De-Aging in ‘The Irishman’ Isn’t Perfect, But It is Essential

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Digital de-aging is either the scourge of cinema or an exciting new tool for filmmakers, depending on whom you ask. But the effects in Martin Scorsese‘s new gangster epic The Irishman lie somewhere in between. This conversation comes on the heels of the technology’s busiest year yet, with studios smoothing out the faces of their […]

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30 Sep

New ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ and ‘The Mandalorian’ Photos Tease a Return to a Galaxy Far, Far Away

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Fall is officially upon us, which means we’re that much closer to returning to a galaxy far, far away with two different stories set during two different time periods in the Star Wars universe. First, we’ll meet The Mandalorian five years after the events of Return of the Jedi in the first live-action Star Wars […]

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