23 May

AT&T CEO Stupidly Suggests Recutting ‘Game of Thrones’ Into 20-Minute Episodes for Mobile

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(Welcome to The Soapbox, the space where we get loud, feisty, and opinionated about something that makes us very happy…or fills us with indescribable rage. In this edition: AT&T’s suggestion to recut Game of Thrones episodes.) This morning, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson spoke at J.P. Morgan’s Global Technology, Media, and Telecom Conference and offered his thoughts about the future of […]

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23 May

Star Wars Bits: ‘Han Solo’ Filming Updates, the Return of Lando Calrissian, and More

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In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Some Han Solo filming updates, including a video from the set Rumors about Luke Skywalker’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi wardrobe Does The Last Jedi contain “the most shocking truth in Star Wars history”? Tons of people are naming their children “Kylo” Billy Dee Williams reprises his role of Lando Calrissian […]

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23 May

Kevin Smith Sent Out Golden Tickets to Fans for Roles in ‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’

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Earlier this year, fans of Kevin Smith‘s series of films known as the View Askewniverse were delivered some sad news when they learned that both Clerks 3 and Mallrats 2 (which was meant to be turned into a TV series), were both dead. However, the bad news did come with some good as the writer/director […]

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23 May

Brace Yourselves for a Fast-Paced ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7

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At its core, HBO’s wildly popular fantasy series Game of Thrones is a chess game. The early seasons involved a handful of characters slowly and methodically plotting their political maneuvers and adapting to situations around them in the hopes of securing the coveted Iron Throne for themselves, while others waited in the wings, quietly accruing power and preparing to strike. But […]

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23 May

Ron Perlman Gives His Blessing to ‘Hellboy’ Reboot Star David Harbour, Describes Abandoned ‘Hellboy 3’

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It’s been nine years since fans last saw Mike Mignola’s comic book character Hellboy on the big screen, and though there was a metric ton of discussion about another Guillermo del Toro-directed sequel, we know that his version of Hellboy 3 is never going to happen. But all is not lost: we learned earlier this month that Mignola is taking the […]

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23 May

Roger Moore Was My James Bond

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Everyone has their James Bond. For my uncle, it was Sean Connery. When I was around 10 years old, he visited from up north and sent me on a mission. I was to scour the local Blockbuster (remember when that was a thing?) and return with a James Bond movie on VHS (remember when that was […]

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23 May

Bill Condon Reveals ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Mistake in Alternate ‘Days in the Sun’ Sequence

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Though the remake of Beauty and the Beast was pretty loyal to the animated adaptation that Disney brought to the big screen in 1991, it also added some details to the story, including a few original songs. You’ll be able to see even more of the movie when Beauty and the Beast arrives on home […]

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23 May

/Answers: The Greatest Movie Pirates to Sail the Seven Seas (or Outer Space)

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Every week in /Answers, we attempt to answer a new pop culture-related question. This week’s edition, tying in with the release of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, asks “Who is your favorite movie or TV pirate?” As always, we have submissions from the /Film writing crew and podcast team. If you’d like to share your pick […]

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23 May

TV Bits: ‘Preacher,’ ‘Master of None,’ ‘Hotel Transylvania,’ and ‘Orphan Black’

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In today’s edition of TV Bits: A Preacher season two featurette. The trailer for the final season of Orphan Black. A new look at Fear the Walking Dead. And a quick promo for the Hotel Transylvania series. In a month’s time, Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun), and Tulp O’Hare (Ruth Negga) will happily reenter our lives with season two of Preacher. […]

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23 May

Five Great Ridley Scott Audio Commentaries

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In 1965, Sir Ridley Scott made his directorial debut with the short film, Boy and Bicycle. His illustrious filmmaking career began with a short that cost him $120 and starred his brother, the late Tony Scott. It led to a career nothing short of spectacular, one never lacking passion or longevity. He’s a filmmaker who’s been ahead of the curve, created […]

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