30 Mar

‘Mission: Impossible 6’ Won’t Bring Back Jeremy Renner Due to Marvel Commitments

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Even though Mission: Impossible 6 will feature Tom Cruise tackling a stunt that tops anything else he’s done in the franchise before, he’ll have to pull it off without one of this newer teammates helping him out. Jeremy Renner has co-starred in both Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol and Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation as […]

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30 Mar

11 Women Who Could Play ‘Barbie’ Following Amy Schumer’s Departure

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Last week, Amy Schumer dropped out of Sony’s upcoming Barbie movie. And while Schumer’s casting was unconventional, the plot of the film is as well: the story follows a lead character who kicked out of a world of “perfect” women and finds herself on an adventure in the real world (Disney’s Enchanted seems to be the common […]

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30 Mar

‘The Book of Henry’ Trailer: Colin Trevorrow’s New Film is a Quirky Thriller

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The trailer for The Book of Henry, Colin Trevorrow‘s follow-up to his box office hit Jurassic World, has been dropped. Starring Naomi Watts and Jacob Tremblay, The Book of Henry‘s trailer has made it clear that the director has paired his quirky indie roots with his embrace of ’80s nostalgia. See the trailer below. The story […]

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30 Mar

‘Ghost in the Shell’ Early Buzz: A Visually Appealing, Often Familiar Piece of Science-Fiction

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Ghost in the Shell may come up short on humanity, but the early reviews suggest director Rupert Sanders‘ live-action remake of Mamoru Oshii‘s 1995 manga adaptation is satisfying eye candy. Some reviews note that the film features another exceptional performance from Scarlett Johansson, although some of the movie’s critics write that the script holds her back a little. Sanders’ second feature may lack […]

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30 Mar

VOTD: What Do Martin Scorsese’s Movie Cameos Reveal About The Filmmaker?

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Much like Alfred Hitchcock, director Martin Scorsese likes to make cameos in the movies he makes. They’re not always as overt as those that Hitchcock made, and there are probably some that weren’t even aware of, but they always have some kind of larger significance. Whether it’s revealing his own hand guiding his characters acting […]

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30 Mar

Jordan Peele in Talks to Direct ‘Akira’ for Warner Bros.

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Jordan Peele is the director of the moment, with his feature debut Get Out making waves critically and at the box office. And reportedly Warner Bros. has taken notice, courting the Key and Peele co-creator to direct the embattled live-action adaptation of Akira. The Tracking Board reports that Warner Bros. is “moving aggressively to lock in” Peele for […]

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30 Mar

‘Torso’ Movie Lines Up Director Paul Greengrass

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Paramount is hoping director Paul Greengrass and screenwriter Brian Helgeland – a terrific combo – can launch an Eliot Ness trilogy. The studio wants the Jason Bourne director and L.A. Confidential screenwriter to make another film about Ness, the man who led the Untouchables and helped bring down Al Capone. Greengrass’ film, titled Torso, is based on Brian Michael Bendis and […]

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30 Mar

LOL: ‘Billy on the Street’ Asks Muppets How to Get to ‘Sesame Street’ with Wonderful Results

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Billy Eichner is best known for screaming questions at people in public on his web series turned full fledged TV show Billy on the Street. It’s loud and hilarious, but it’s not necessarily appropriate for kids. But you can certainly let them watch this family friendly version of Billy on the Street that takes the […]

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30 Mar

CinemaCon Reactions: ‘Aquaman’, ‘Wonder Woman’, ‘Justice League’ & ‘Blade Runner 2049’

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Warner Bros closed out the third day of CinemaCon with a presentation of their upcoming film slate, which included an Aquaman concept trailer, three clips from Wonder Woman, a slightly extended Justice League trailer, and a behind the scenes featurette for Blade Runner 2049 that featured a bunch of new footage. Read on to hear my thoughts […]

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30 Mar

The Tobolowsky Files Ep. 73 – The Uncomfortable Balance between Lost and Found

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The Tobolowsky Files is back, and will be releasing weekly episodes for the next few months! In this episode: The most surprising thing about the future can be the past. The Tobolowsky Files is a podcast from the people who brought you the /Filmcast, featuring a series of stories about life, love, and the entertainment industry, […]

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