1 Mar

Now Stream This: ‘Casino Royale’, ‘Blue Ruin’, ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’, ‘Waterworld’, ‘Tales From the Hood’ and More

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(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) It’s time for a fresh batch of streaming titles, hot from the oven. As usual, I’ve scoured the streaming service landscape to bring you back the goods. In this edition, you’ll find […]

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1 Mar

‘Us’ Likely to Scare Up a $40 Million-Plus Opening Weekend at the Box Office

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Early box office projections for Jordan Peele‘s Us are in, and the horror film appears to be headed towards a $40+ million opening weekend if all goes well. That’s not exactly mega blockbuster territory, but it’s not bad, either. As is the case with most films out of the Blumhouse horror movie factory, Us had a relatively meager […]

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1 Mar

‘Game of Thrones’ Beer is Coming This Spring Just in Time for the Final Season

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The final season of Game of Thrones is coming in April. If you’re a hardcore fan of the HBO fantasy series, then you might already be planning your own premiere party. But don’t wrap up the grocery list just yet, because there’s one item you’re gonna want to get ahold of for your gathering. HBO […]

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1 Mar

The Morning Watch: Animating ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’, Creating ‘Wandering Earth’ Space Suits & More

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The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch how Adobe gave the filmmakers behind Spider-Man: […]

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1 Mar

‘Hellboy’ Trailer: It’s Time to Give Evil Hell

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A new Hellboy reboot trailer is here, and it gives us a better look at David Harbour‘s new take on the big red demon. But does it do a better job of selling the movie than the last trailer, which left some people underwhelmed? You’ll have to decide for yourself. Watch the Hellboy trailer below. Hellboy Trailer There is […]

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1 Mar

Superhero Bits: ‘Constantine’ Revival May Be in the Works, ‘Aquaman 2’ Character Rumors & More

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Could the Constantine series with Matt Ryan be getting a revival? When was Thor‘s hammer first called Mjolnir in Marvel Comics? Did you know there’s a “lost” episode of Batman: The Animated Series in an old Batman video game? What does Samuel L. Jackson have to do in order to learn his lines as Nick […]

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1 Mar

‘Clifford the Big Red Dog’ Set for Fall 2020, ‘Rugrats’ Pushed Back, ‘Are You Afraid of the Dark?’ Disappears

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Paramount Pictures has shuffled around their release date calendar for a bunch of their family programming coming in the next couple years, including two Nickelodeon movies. Clifford the Big Red Dog has been set for a fall 2020 release date. It’s taking the weekend that was previously slated for the new Rugrats movie, which has […]

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1 Mar

‘Critters: A New Binge’ Trailer: Shudder Made a ‘Critters’ Original Series, Just For You

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The Critters are back in the Shudder Exclusive short-form series Critters: A New Binge. The series looks cheesy as hell – and that’s exactly as it should be. We’re talking old school Critters puppets running (or rolling, I guess) around, causing mayhem. Critters: A New Binge continues a story that started all the way back in 1986 with the […]

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1 Mar

Kumail Nanjiani to Star in Spy Action Comedy ‘No Glory’ for Adam McKay

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Kumail Nanjiani is teaming up with Adam McKay‘s Gary Sanchez Productions for No Glory, a spy action comedy based on a true story. Sam Bain, writer of the horror comedy Corporate Animals and the extremely dark (but funny!) comedy Four Lions, will adapt a still-unpublished manuscript from National Security Operative and author Scott Shephard. Specifics about the story are […]

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1 Mar

‘Stockholm’ Trailer: Ethan Hawke and Noomi Rapace Invent Stockholm Syndrome

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As Ethan Hawke storms into a bank, gun blazing and bad wig flying, it’s easy to understand the origins of the term “Stockholm syndrome.” The phrase, which refers to captives developing an irrational sympathy for their captors, was first coined in 1973 after four hostages acted sympathetically with their captors during a bank robbery in Sweden. […]

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