31 Jul

Simon Pegg Offers a ‘Star Trek 4’ Update, Says Tarantino’s ‘Trek’ is Likely Six Years Away

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There’s a lot happening in the world of Star Trek. In addition to Star Trek: Discovery and other Trek shows coming to CBS, there’s also Star Trek 4, and Quentin Tarantino‘s possibly R-Rated Trek. Star Trek movie franchise actor Simon Pegg is making the rounds promoting Mission: Impossible – Fallout, which means he’s getting asked Star Trek questions every now and then. Pegg […]

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30 Jul

Amazon Studios to End Public Voting For Its TV Pilots

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To break into the increasingly crowded field of online streaming, Amazon Studios introduced a unique gimmick: Amazon TV pilots were posted online, and the public could vote for the one that would go to series. It was a fascinating experiment that went on for six years, long after Amazon Prime Video became one of the […]

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30 Jul

‘Disenchantment’ Teasers Introduce the World and Characters of the Animated Fantasy Comedy

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Disenchantment, Netflix’s latest animated comedy from The Simpsons creator Matt Groening, made a big splash at the San Diego Comic-Con with the debut of the first trailer. However, some viewers might be looking for a little more insight into what the series will bring to the table that makes it stand out from the rest […]

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30 Jul

We Could’ve Had a ‘Demolition Man’ Sequel Starring Meryl Streep as Sylvester Stallone’s Daughter

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Add this to the “What Could Have Been” file: at one point, producer Joel Silver came up with a great idea for a Demolition Man sequel. This proposed sequel would find Sylvester Stallone‘s cop from the past trapped in the future reuniting with his daughter – who is now older than he is. And that’s not […]

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30 Jul

‘Louder! I Can’t Hear What You’re Singin’, Wimp!’ is as Wild as Its Title [Fantasia Film Festival]

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Somewhere between Aggretsuko, A Star Is Born and Benny Hill shenanigans exists Satoshi Miki’s Louder! I Can’t Hear What You’re Singin’, Wimp!. An utterly delightful blend of headbanger rambunctiousness and proper coming-of-self sweetness. Open yourself to an international cinematic mindset that never takes itself seriously enough to abandon lively party vibrations that are assertively “silly,” […]

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30 Jul

Is MoviePass Dying in Real Time Before Our Eyes? Major Upcoming Releases Won’t Be Available on the App

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MoviePass had a near-death experience when they ran out of money last week. But after getting a quick $5 million loan to stay up and running, things somehow seem to have gotten far worse. Are we watching the death of the company play out before us in real time? Find out about the company’s latest […]

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30 Jul

‘Who Is America?’ Clip: Sacha Baron Cohen Gives Former Senate Candidate Roy Moore a Pedophile Test

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The third episode of Sacha Baron Cohen‘s headline-making comedy documentary series Who Is America? aired last night, and right on schedule, we have the clip that will easily be the most talked about from the latest installment of the Showtime series. Remember Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore? He’s the Republican who lost a special election […]

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30 Jul

Stan Lee Makes His First-Ever Cameo in a DC Movie

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Stan Lee‘s cameo power is so strong that he’s started to move across the aisle to DC movies. The Marvel Comics legend has become an ubiquitous presence in Marvel movies, appearing in both Marvel Studios and X-Men movies for the past few decades. But Lee does not belong to one cinematic universe, as shown by his […]

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30 Jul

Here’s Your ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ First Look at Pedro Pascal and His Glorious Hair

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Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins took to Twitter to reveal our first look at Pedro Pascal in the superhero sequel, and he looks…different. Pascal is almost unrecognizable, decked-out in extreme ’80s fashions and extreme ’80s hair. But who is he playing? See the Wonder Woman 1984 first look below. Can’t…Stop… Watching… @PedroPascal1 !!! #WW84 pic.twitter.com/6s7YdkGQNL […]

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30 Jul

Jack Reynor, Will Poulter and Florence Pugh Join New A24 Horror Film From ‘Hereditary’ Director Ari Aster

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Hereditary director Ari Aster already has his next horror film set up at A24, and the cast is starting to take shape. Jack Reynor, Will Poulter and Florence Pugh will star in the film, which has a synopsis that seems heavily inspired by the cult classic The Wicker Man (the original; not the one with Nic […]

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