6 Sep

Clip: ‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’ Short Film ‘The Master’ Has Jackie Chan Battling a Chicken

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Jackie Chan has shown off a lot of impressive moves and battled a lot of formidable foes over the course of his career. But in the first clip from The Master: A Lego Ninjago Short, his tiny plastic counterpart meets his match… in the form of an annoying little chicken voiced by Abbi Jacobson. The short film, […]

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6 Sep

Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson Are Returning for ‘Shanghai Dawn’

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Jackie Chan quickly rose to fame in the United States in the late 1990s thanks to his co-starring turn alongside Chris Tucker in the action comedy Rush Hour, which turned into a franchise. But let’s not forget about the other buddy comedy that Hollywood brought Jackie Chan into alongside Owen Wilson. Shanghai Noon followed Jackie […]

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6 Sep

Shia LaBeouf Was Almost in David Ayer’s ‘Suicide Squad’

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Later this fall, Shia LaBeouf will be seen in American Honey, Andrea Arnold’s lovely and rambling indie drama about a magazine crew traveling across the U.S. But he almost spent 2016 as part of a very different ragtag group of misfits. The actor reveals he was considered for a part in the Warner Bros. DC supervillain […]

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6 Sep

Joe Wright’s ‘Darkest Hour’ Gets Fall 2017 Release Date; Ben Mendelsohn, John Hurt & More Join Cast

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Joe Wright is coming off an enormous misfire. The filmmaker behind Atonement and Hanna took a huge swing with Pan, his biggest project to date, and it may have lost Warner Bros. around $150 million. Thankfully, the financial failure of Pan doesn’t seem to be slowing down the talented filmmaker. He recently directed a new episode of Black Mirror, and now his Winston […]

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6 Sep

‘Stranger Things’ Was Inspired By a Creepy, Supposedly Real Experiment Called The Montauk Project

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Stranger Things has quickly become a pop-culture phenomenon after being released on Netflix about a month and a half ago. Since then the internet has been full of theories about The Upside Down, its monstrous inhabitant known as the Demogorgon, the telekinetic girl known as Eleven, and the experiments conducted by the company under the […]

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6 Sep

Rumor: ‘Game of Thrones’ Adds Angela Lansbury for Season 7

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Game of Thrones fans were none too pleased to learn that the next (and penultimate) season would return later than usual and run shorter than normal. On the bright side, though, it sure sounds like season seven will be worth the wait. Recently we heard Jim Broadbent was joining the next run of episodes for a “significant” role, and […]

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6 Sep

‘Ready Player One’ Set Photos Reveal ‘Oasis’ Ad, VR Goggles, More ’80s References, and a Dystopian Reality

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The future doesn’t look too bright in Ernest Cline‘s Ready Player One. The world is dealing with an ongoing energy crisis that has shattered society and the economy. People want to escape the world of 2044, and they do so with the virtual reality called OASIS and a pair of VR goggles. Steven Spielberg‘s film adaptation is […]

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6 Sep

‘The Bad Batch’ Clips: Jason Momoa and Suki Waterhouse Navigate a Cannibal-Infested Wasteland

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With summer blockbuster season behind us and fall festival season in full swing, we’re starting to get a peek at some of the more offbeat entertainments coming up on the horizon. One title we’ve been particularly interested to see is The Bad Batch, the second feature from director Ana Lily Amirpour. Her debut, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, […]

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6 Sep

Narcos Season 3 & 4 Announced, Find Out Who It Will Follow

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Netflix releaseed Narcos Season 2 on Friday and if you’re like me you’ve binge-watched most of it over the holiday weekend. The streaming service isn’t going to wait a month to announce that the show will continue like they did with Stranger Things. This morning Netflix revealed an announcement teaser trailer which unveils the series’ […]

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6 Sep

‘Hacksaw Ridge’ Early Buzz: Mel Gibson’s War Drama Is Powerful, Grisly But Also Traditionalist & Unsubtle

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There’s some big buzz surrounding another anticipated premiere out of the Venice Film Festival. This time, it’s Mel Gibson‘s return behind the camera for the first time in 10 years that is garnering plenty of attention. Hacksaw Ridge is a war drama based on the true story of Desmond Doss, a young Seventh Day Adventist […]

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