28 Nov

VOTD: ‘Star Wars’ Explores the 42-Year Evolution of Stormtroopers So Far

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Until Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the sci-fi soldiers known as Stormtroopers were just faceless bad guys with terrible aim who loved talking about different models of ships, calling for back-up, and generally getting their ass kicked. Then FN-2187 came along and put some humanity behind the white armor and helmets. But it’s been a […]

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28 Nov

The Morning Watch: A ‘Jumanji’ Thanksgiving, Tony Hawk Reviews Skateboarding Scenes & 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 as the cast of Jumanji: The Next […]

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28 Nov

/Filmcast Ep. 544 – Jojo Rabbit

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Happy Thanksgiving from Slashfilmcast! David and Devindra review Jojo Rabbit, the latest film by Taika Waititi. Find out whether the mix of humor and drama work well together in this WWII satire. Stay for the after dark as the duo cartalk about Ford, Ferrari, and Tesla. Read about how James Mangold captured 100mph in Ford v Ferrari here. […]

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28 Nov

Superhero Bits: New ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Concept Art, Stan Lee Tried to Adapt ‘Power Rangers’ & More

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Did you know Stan Lee and Marvel tried to adapt the show that became Mighty Morphin Power Rangers? Want to see a bunch of Avengers: Endgame concept art? Will Crisis on Infinite Earths end with a cliffhanger for the holiday hiatus? Want to see some photos of Willem Dafoe‘s cut cameo in Zack Snyder‘s cut […]

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28 Nov

‘The Crown’ Season 4 Will Bring Claire Foy Back for a Flashback

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Claire Foy‘s reign as Queen Elizabeth II on The Crown has come to an end, but we haven’t seen the last of her. While Olivia Colman has taken over the role of the older Elizabeth, Foy will be returning for a flashback scene next season. The third season of the Netflix series about the monarchy recently […]

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28 Nov

‘Daniel Isn’t Real’ Review: When Imaginary Friends Go Bad [Denver Film Festival]

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This review contains mild spoilers for Daniel Isn’t Real.  Imaginary friends have a way of getting a little dicey in media. They start out sweet. They act as a companion and build up the confidence of their hosts. Then the next thing you know they’re telling you to put glue in your sister’s shampoo and […]

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28 Nov

Martin Scorsese Directing Documentary About 1970s New York City Music Scene

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Martin Scorsese can’t stop, won’t stop. He just delivered The Irishman, one of his best films, and he’s also working on Killers of the Flower Moon. You’d think he might want to take a break, but no – he’s already got something else lined-up: a new documentary. The doc is about the 1970s New York City music […]

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28 Nov

‘Honey Boy’ Director Alma Har’el on Working With Shia LaBeouf and Finding an Ending in the Editing Room [Interview]

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It may become necessary to redefine to word “autobiographical” when referring to the latest work from director Alma Har’el, Honey Boy, based on an original screenplay by actor Shia LaBeouf, who not only fashioned the story of a child actor’s relationship with his domineering father on his own experience growing up, but also cast himself […]

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27 Nov

Theme Park Bits: Space 220 Delay, Galaxy’s Edge Wins Awards, and More

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In this edition of Theme Park Bits: A new Epcot restaurant is being delayed. The Darth Vader merchandise in Galaxy’s Edge looks a bit funky for a reason. And more! If you’ve visited Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge since it opened in both Disneyland and Walt Disney World, you’ve no doubt made the pilgrimage to browse […]

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27 Nov

‘Butt Boy’ is the Kind of Wild and Crazy Cinematic Discovery You Hope to Find in 2019

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One of the joys of attending several film festivals every year is finding and celebrating the wildest and most unique genre movies from around the world. This year, the crown for wildest discovery goes to Butt Boy, a film that has been making the festival rounds, but one that should be seen by everyone. Meet Chip […]

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