14 Nov

‘Seberg’ Trailer: Kristen Stewart is the French New Wave Star

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Seberg seeks to tell the true story of French New Wave star Jean Seberg, famous for her work in films like Breathless. Kristen Stewart plays Jean Seberg, whose vocal support for the Black Panther Party in the 1960s made her the target of FBI harassment. Jack O’Connell, Margaret Qualley, Zazie Beetz, Vince Vaughn, and Anthony Mackie also […]

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14 Nov

Superhero Bits: Bruce Campbell Rants About Martin Scorsese’s Marvel Criticism, Captain Marvel in Emojis & More

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What did Bruce Campbell say in response to Martin Scorsese’s Marvel movie comments? How much is Marvel Comics #1 expected to fetch at auction? Want to see Captain Marvel played out in emojis? What roles did Chadwick Boseman, Karen Gillan and Chris Pratt originally audition for in the MCU? Who was responsible for making sure […]

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14 Nov

Brendan Gleeson Might Join Joel Coen’s ‘Macbeth’ Alongside Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand

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Joel Coen‘s take on Macbeth already has Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand as stars, and now it might add another heavy-hitter into the mix. Brendan Gleeson, known for his work in Paddington 2 and some other movies that aren’t Paddington 2, is said to be in talks to join the A24 movie based on the play by a hot up-and-comer […]

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14 Nov

‘Knives Out’ Clips: A Murder Mystery is Afoot and Everyone Seems to Be Inconvenienced

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The buzz is strong for Knives Out, the latest film from Looper and Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson. This time he’s reaching back to his roots by tackling another murder mystery. But instead of the film noir set in high school that we got with Brick, this time it’s a whodunit set squarely […]

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14 Nov

‘Little Women’ Clip: Florence Pugh Schools Timothée Chalamet on Love

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Amy March is probably one of the most hated characters in literary history. The youngest of the March sisters who come of age during the Civil War in Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, Amy was always a little bratty, a little spoiled, a little too typical of the kind of feminine girls that young female readers […]

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14 Nov

‘The Little Mermaid’ Live-Action Remake Finds Its Prince Eric in Jonah Hauer-King

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Disney’s live-action The Little Mermaid has finally found its Prince Eric. Jonah Hauer-King, whose credits include A Dog’s Way Home and the recent, non-Greta Gerwig-directed BBC adaptation of Little Women, has landed the role of the human who falls hard for mermaid Ariel, played by Halle Bailey. At one point Harry Styles was announced in Prince Eric role, but […]

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13 Nov

‘The Mandalorian’ Movie Could Happen, Says Disney’s Co-Chairman

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Just one day after the launch of Disney+ and the debut episode of The Mandalorian, Disney chief creative officer and co-chairman Alan Horn is already talking about the possibility of a The Mandalorian movie. Read his recent quote from an industry event below. Since Marvel Studios is developing shows for the new streaming service, could […]

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13 Nov

TV Bits: ‘Titans’, ‘Sandman’, ‘The Good Place’, ‘Halo’, ‘Fresh Off the Boat’, and More

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In this edition of TV Bits: DC Universe’s Titans has been renewed for a third season The terrific NBC comedy The Good Place is wrapping up with a 90-minute series finale and a post-show special Eli Roth’s History of Horror has been renewed for season 2 Fresh Off the Boat has been cancelled by ABC […]

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13 Nov

There’s a Major Prequel Trilogy Reference in ‘The Mandalorian’ – Could It Be a ‘Star Wars’ Gamechanger?

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The first episode of the Disney+ series The Mandalorian features a surprising reveal, one that ties back to the prequel trilogy and may have significant implications for the rest of the Star Wars franchise moving forward. There will be spoilers ahead as we dig into that last minute discovery. Baby Yoda A majority of the […]

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13 Nov

‘A Million Little Pieces’ Red Band Trailer: Aaron Taylor-Johnson is a Recovering Addict

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Drug addiction recovery is always difficult to watch, but Aaron Taylor-Johnson‘s road to recovery as a young drug addict in A Million Little Pieces is straight up violent. It’s rare that you’ll find a red band trailer for a film based on a memoir of a recovered drug addict, but A Million Little Pieces warrants one when it […]

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