24 Jan

/Filmcast Ep. 501 – Glass

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  The cast returns for Glass, the much anticipated M. Night Shyamalan movie. Stay for the after dark on not one but two documentaries about the disastrous FYRE festival. Check out Dave’s video review of the Fyre Fraud and Fyre on Youtube, the skit Jeff mentioned of Waiters who are Nauseated by Food on the […]

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24 Jan

Superhero Bits: Meet the New Guardians of the Galaxy, ‘Reign of the Supermen’ Clip & More

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Who are the new Guardians of the Galaxy? Want to buy a fanmade version of the Batmobile from The Dark Knight Trilogy? Why is it hard to watch Warner Bros. comic book movies and TV shows on Amazon right now? Did you notice the inconsistency between the Captain America: Civil War credits scene and the […]

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24 Jan

Daily Podcast: 2019 Sundance Film Festival Most Anticipated Movies

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On the January 23, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about our most anticipated films of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes, Google Play, Overcast, […]

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24 Jan

‘Trading Paint’ Trailer: John Travolta is a Washed-Up Race Car Driver

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John Travolta‘s film choices have become increasingly, let’s say…interesting. After the 2018 two-fer that was Gotti and Speed Kills, the actor is ringing in 2019 with Trading Paint, a sports drama in which he stars as a washed-up race car driver for whom it’s “been a long time” since he was “somebody.” Cheers for unintentionally meta-dialogue! Trading Paint Trailer […]

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24 Jan

Charlie Cox Signed a Petition to Save ‘Daredevil,’ Talks Season 4 Plans Before Cancellation

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Charlie Cox is as sad about Daredevil‘s cancellation as you are. Like many fans of the blind superhero, the star of the Marvel-Netflix series was caught by surprise by the cancellation by Netflix. And you can’t blame Cox for being certain that Daredevil season 4 would happen — writers were already pitching and planning storylines for the […]

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24 Jan

Kate Winslet to Play a Detective in HBO Drama Series ‘Mare of Easttown’

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The last time Kate Winslet starred in an HBO show, she won an Emmy for her stellar performance in Mildred Pierce, a remake of the classic film noir movie from 1945. Now she’s heading back to the premium channel for a new limited drama series called Mare of Easttown, which is the brainchild of Out […]

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23 Jan

Calling All Vampires: Swedish Film Festival Will Screen a Movie Inside Sealed Coffins

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Do you love movies and the sweet embrace of death? Then I have some good news. The Goteborg Film Festival is offering “sarcophagus screenings,” where filmgoers will be offered the opportunity to watch a movie while sealed inside a coffin. Don’t worry, though: you’ll be safe and above ground. The coffins will have screens, speakers and air […]

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23 Jan

Could Disney Finally Cancel ‘The Simpsons’, and Make More Money In the Process?

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The Simpsons has been on for…*checks notes*…500 years, and it shows no signs of stopping. But that might change once Disney takes control of Fox properties as part of the big Disney/Fox deal. It’s not that Disney has anything personal against The Simpsons. Instead, it looks like the animated series is worth more dead than alive […]

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23 Jan

Sundance Michael Jackson Documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ is Already Stirring Up Controversy

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The Sundance Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland is facing backlash before anyone has even had a chance to see it. A new report reveals fans of the late singer are threatening to protest the screening of the documentary, leading local police to increase staff. The doc is a nearly 4-hour exposé investigating the allegations of sexual […]

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23 Jan

The Best TV Shows & Movies Leaving Netflix in February 2019

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Even though you should be spending part of this month catching up on the movies you might have missed that ended up nominated for Oscars, you’ll still want to hit up Netflix to check out some movies leaving the streaming service before the end of the month. They include one of the best zombie movies […]

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