1 Mar

Hulu’s ‘Castle Rock’ Cast Adds Another ‘It’ Star

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Another connection has just been added to the Stephen King multiverse. Actor Chosen Jacobs, who portrayed the young Mike Hanlon in Andy Muschietti’s smash hit movie adaptation of King’s It last year, has become the latest addition to Hulu’s Castle Rock cast. Keep reading to find out who Jacobs will play on the mysterious new […]

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1 Mar

David Lowery’s ‘Peter Pan’ Will Be a ‘Rollicking Adventure’ Film With ‘Grounded Emotion’

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Sooner or later, Disney will get around to remaking all of their animated films as live-action. Their 1953 Peter Pan is one of many animated titles in the process of being remade, and they’ve hired A Ghost Story director David Lowery to get the job done. Producer Jim Whitaker recently provided an update on the live-action Peter Pan. Hollywood […]

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1 Mar

Pixar’s ‘Coco’ Is Filled With ‘The Shining’ References/Easter Eggs

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What do Coco and The Shining have in common? Not much — aside from The Shining uber-fan and Coco co-director Lee Unkrich. The director has a long-running tradition of placing sly homages to the Stanley Kubrick horror film in all of the Pixar films he has worked on since 1995’s Toy Story. And more than 20 years later, he’s keeping up […]

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1 Mar

Marvel Moves Up ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Release Date to April 27

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Ask, and ye shall receive a faster release of Avengers: Infinity War. At least, you will if you’re Robert Downey Jr. In an unforeseen turn of events, the Avengers Infinity War release date has been moved up from its initial May 4 date to April 27, 2018. Merely three months before Infinity War was scheduled to fly into theaters, […]

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1 Mar

New ‘Cobra Kai’ Teaser: ‘The Karate Kid’ Bully Takes a Young Kid Under His Wing

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Looking to finally make a splash in the original programming game, YouTube Red has a new series called Cobra Kai that picks up where The Karate Kid left off. Or at least it picks up about 30 years later with a grown-up Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) trying to turn his life around by reopening the […]

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1 Mar

‘Cloak & Dagger’ Trailer: Superheroes Get Split-Screened for Freeform

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Marvel and Freeform (formerly ABC Family) have released a trailer for Cloak & Dagger, their new superhero series aimed at the young adult crowd. But what secrets lie within? Watch the latest Cloak and Dagger trailer below, and join us for a very serious and not-at-all-joking attempt to get to the bottom of this new […]

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1 Mar

‘Ready Player One’ Extended TV Spot: Go Anywhere, Be Anyone, Dance If You Want To

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This weekend, Steven Spielberg has a contender for Best Picture at the Oscars in the form of The Post. It’s not likely the film will come away with the top prize, but Spielberg will have plenty to distract himself with since a new film from the director arrives in theaters later this month. Ready Player […]

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1 Mar

‘Westworld’ Season 2 Photos: More Mysteries to Unravel

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Westworld is returning for an all-new season of violent delights in April, and a handful of Westworld season 2 photos have arrived for you to obsess over. As you await Westworld season 2, feast your eyes on some intriguing new images courtesy of Entertainment Weekly. These season 2 pics are appropriately mysterious, and vague enough to raise a […]

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1 Mar

Cool Stuff: ‘Batman: Gotham City Chronicles’ Board Game Available Now On Kickstarter

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From time to time we like to cover tabletop games on this site, especially when they are pop culture related. Part of the reason is that I’m a huge tabletop gamer, and so is /Film managing editor Jacob Hall (who is out on vacation this week, probably playing board games). On Tuesday, Monolith Board Games […]

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1 Mar

‘American Crime Story’ Review: ‘Descent’ Begins The Downward Spiral

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This week’s American Crime Story review takes a look at the latest episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace, “Descent.” Spoilers follow. 1996, La Jolla It’s a full year before Andrew Cunanan’s killing spree, and now we’re going to start to learn what makes him tick. The Assassination of Gianni Versace’s backwards narrative has kept Andrew mostly […]

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