22 May

‘Once Upon a Time’ Showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis Tapped to Tell Apple’s ‘Amazing Stories’

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It looks like it will be a happy ending — or a happy beginning — for Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis. The duo behind ABC’s uber-popular Once Upon a Time has been tapped by Apple to be the Amazing Stories showrunners, the reboot of Steven Spielberg‘s beloved sci-fi and fantasy anthology series from the late ’80s. Horowitz and Kitsis will […]

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22 May

‘The Staircase’ Trailer: Netflix Reopens the Case in Relaunch of Classic True-Crime Series

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It feels appropriate that the grandfather of true-crime series will be making its way to Netflix. The hub of acclaimed true-crime docuseries like Making a Murderer and Wild, Wild Country, the streaming service is now relaunching the classic true crime TV series The Staircase with all-new episodes. The Staircase trailer combines the thrilling episodes that first aired on Canal+ […]

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22 May

Damon Lindelof’s ‘Watchmen’ HBO Series Will Not Be an Adaptation or a Sequel…and That’s a Good Thing

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Adapting Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons‘ bold and brilliant Watchmen is a fool’s errand. And Damon Lindelof, who is spearheading a television version of the iconic comic for HBO, knows this. In a new letter, the divisive writer and producer has revealed that his take on the material will not be a direct adaptation of […]

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22 May

George Lucas Contributed This Moment in ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’

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This weekend, Solo: A Star Wars Story hits theaters and fans will finally get to see if Ron Howard was able to save the once troubled production that removed directors Phil Lord & Chris Miller from the director’s chair. Most of the movie ended up being reshot by Howard, but there’s one small moment that didn’t […]

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22 May

Michael Bay is Making a Movie for Netflix, Ryan Reynolds to Star

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Michael Bay, the director of great trash (The Rock, Armageddon) and bad trash (most of the Transformers movies) alike, has always been the kind of filmmaker who shoots his films for the biggest, loudest screens possible. Good or bad or something in-between, his films have been blockbusters in the truest sense of the word – […]

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22 May

Ryan Reynolds Was Originally Against the ‘Deadpool 2’ Credits Scene, But Now It’s Canon

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As soon as Deadpool 2 hit theaters last weekend, fans wanted to talk about the hilarious mid-credits scenes. We took a deep dive into what happened during the credits, mostly because a couple moments raised some big questions about the future of Deadpool. Now some new details have come to light that provide some answers […]

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22 May

Here is the Trevor Noah Cameo in ‘Black Panther’ That You Might Have Missed

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It’s unexpected cameo season! Even better than Christmas is the time of year when all the news stories come out about how Daniel Craig played a Stormtrooper, or how Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi cameo was a Beastie Boys reference. Oh, and then there was Matt Smith in Thor: Ragnarok, and that one special cameo […]

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22 May

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’: Behind-the-Scenes Clashes, Harrison Ford’s Reaction, and More

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Solo: A Star Wars Story hits theaters this week, and Variety has a detailed cover story about the film’s famously troubled trip to the big screen. The entire piece is absolutely worth reading, but if you’re pressed for time, I’ve gathered a few of the best revelations from the article below. Improv’s Role May Have […]

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22 May

How the Parallels Between Westworld and Shogun World Reflect Some of the Most Famous Movies of All Time

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This week’s episode of Westworld, “Akane no Mai,” finally walked us into Shogun World, a sister park set in Japan’s Edo period. As different as the costumes, culture, and scenery are, viewers looking forward to the introduction of a brave new world, unlike anything we had seen on the show before, may have been slightly […]

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22 May

Charlize Theron to Star as Megyn Kelly in Movie About Disgraced Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes

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Less than two years after Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes resigned amid reports of sexual harassment and misconduct, Hollywood is already planning a feature film. A Roger Ailes movie is in the works under Annapurna Pictures, with Charlize Theron headlining the untitled film directed by Jay Roach (Trumbo). In a piece of casting that’s probably […]

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