23 May

‘Dark Phoenix’ Clip: Magneto and Xavier Have A Last Stand-Off Over Jean Grey

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It’s the same-old routine in every X-Men story: Magneto and Professor X argue over how mutants should live in the world in a debate that turns violent, with their mutual teams facing off in an epic battle. But this time, it’s personal. The new Dark Phoenix clip depicts the familiar scene of Magneto (Michael Fassbender) and Charles […]

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23 May

The Best TV Shows & Movies Leaving Netflix in June 2019

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Summer is pretty much in full swing, and even though there are plenty of movies hitting theaters for blockbuster season, there are even more you can watch at home on Netflix. However, some of the titles in Netflix’s library won’t be around much longer, especially when it comes to Disney titles leaving now that the […]

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22 May

‘Child’s Play’ Remake Makes Chucky More Sympathetic, If That’s Something You’re Interested In

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Sympathetic villains can often be intriguing, but sometimes you just can’t beat a straight-up-evil antagonist. While watching the films in the original Child’s Play franchise, I never once stopped and thought, “I sure wish Chucky were more sympathetic!” But that’s apparently exactly what we’re getting in the upcoming Child’s Play remake, at least according to Lars Klevberg. Klevberg […]

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22 May

The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to Netflix in June 2019

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You know the drill: new month, new movies. June is coming, and bringing it with it a whole new slew of titles you’ll be able to stream on Netflix. Check out the best new TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in June 2019. Movies Coming to Netflix in June 2019 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse […]

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22 May

‘Tales of the City’ Trailer: Laura Linney Reunites With the Family She Left Behind

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With his Before trilogy, Richard Linklater proved himself king of making movies that take place years apart and feature the same characters aging in real time. But that’s not the only ongoing fictional story to use that approach. A new Netflix show called Tales of the City will continue a television story which began as a 1993 […]

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22 May

‘Just Cause’ Movie Adaptation Being Written By ‘John Wick’ Writer Derek Kolstad

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If you threw some comic books, a couple third-person shooter video games, and some B-list action films from the 1980s into a special Movie Blender™, you’d probably end up with the John Wick movies. Then again, depending on the specific content of those ingredients, you might instead end up with the destruction-heavy adventure story Just Cause. So it’s […]

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22 May

‘Doctor Who’ Season 12 Images Reveal the Return of an Old Platoon of Monsters

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With the Doctor’s regeneration from Peter Capaldi into Jodie Whittaker in the 11th season of the Doctor Who revival, the series got its own facelift, with all-new planets and all-new monsters introduced to the show. But despite Whittaker’s enthusiastic turn as the 13th Doctor and a few standout episodes, Doctor Who just didn’t feel like Doctor Who anymore. […]

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22 May

Daily Podcast: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and Christopher Nolan’s Tenet

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On the May 22, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, weekend editor Brad Oman, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and Christopher Nolan’s next movie. Opening […]

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22 May

Video: /Film Visits ‘Hollywood Dream Machines’, the World’s Largest Museum Exhibit of Sci-Fi Vehicles

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At Los Angeles’s Petersen Automotive Museum, they don’t need roads – all they need is enough room to feature some of the coolest vehicles from your favorite science fiction, fantasy, and superhero films, TV shows, and video games in a new exhibit. It actually turns out they barely meet that requirement: some of the vehicles […]

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22 May

Exclusive: Get Your First Look at the ‘Booksmart’ Vinyl Soundtrack and Hear a Track from the Score

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Booksmart is opening wide this weekend, and by all accounts, it’s a must-see. Early buzz for Olivia Wilde‘s feature directorial debut has been overwhelmingly positive ever since SXSW, and now more audiences will have a chance to catch it. In anticipation of the impending release, we’re debuting an exclusive look at the Booksmart vinyl soundtrack, as […]

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