29 May

‘Japan Sinks: 2020’ Trailer: A New Sci-Fi Disaster Anime From the Creator of ‘Devilman Crybaby’

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Masaaki Yuasa is one of the hardest working filmmakers in the anime industry right now. On top of directing hit anime series like Devilman Crybaby and Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken, he’s also made time to helm artful, critically acclaimed films like The Night is Short, Walk on Girl, and Ride Your Wave. And the amazing thing about a Yuasa project […]

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29 May

‘Chernobyl’ Director Johan Renck to Direct Miniseries Adaptation of ‘The Magus’

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Director Johan Renck made waves last year with his Emmy-winning miniseries Chernobyl, and he’s about to follow it up with another miniseries. Neal Street Productions is confirmed to be in talks with Johan Renck to helm of an adaptation of John Fowles‘ cult classic 1965 novel The Magus, a famously cryptic tale involving psychological traps […]

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29 May

‘Primer’ Director Shane Carruth Shares Pitch Trailer for His Unmade Movie, ‘A Topiary’

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Writer/director Shane Carruth has only directed two films in the past sixteen years: his breakout time travel movie Primer in 2004, and the cerebral drama Upstream Color in 2013. He’s previously teased other projects that never came to pass, and now he’s shared a pitch trailer for one of those potential features, titled A Topiary. But Carruth […]

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29 May

‘Perry Mason’ Trailer: Matthew Rhys Tries to Solve an Unspeakable Crime

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Things get dark and moody in the latest trailer for Perry Mason. This update on the old school courtroom drama show has the lead character in the 1930s, before he became a criminal defense attorney and made his bones as a private eye. Matthew Rhys leads a great cast that includes John Lithgow, Tatiana Maslany, Juliet Rylance, […]

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29 May

Video: More Secrets of Dok Ondar’s Den Of Antiquities in ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’

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Take a virtual field trip to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge to explore more of Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities! Every item in his shop has a story behind it, some more dangerous than others. Inside Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities there are many artifacts, relics, and treasures…. today we are only going to focus on some of […]

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29 May

Disney World Cancels All Ride and Dining Reservations, Universal Plans Hotel Reopening

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As we near the summer re-openings of Disney Parks and Universal Orlando, we’re getting more information about how the theme parks will change procedures to protect the health and safety of their guests amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. When the Walt Disney World Resort reopens next month (depending on Florida governor approval), it will […]

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29 May

Paramount Got Nervous About ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ Because Leonardo DiCaprio’s Character Changed From Hero to Villain

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Martin Scorsese‘s upcoming Killers of the Flower Moon has the great director working with two of his most famous collaborators, Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio. You’d think that would be enough to sell any studio on the project, but Paramount had serious issues with Scorsese’s $200 million-plus budget. In order to get the film made, Scorsese […]

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29 May

‘The Trip to Greece’ Review: Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s 10-Year Food Odyssey Comes to a Bittersweet End

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Few could have guessed that a simple BBC travelogue series that followed two British comedians riffing and doing Michael Caine impressions would take off, but the Trip movies have been a comforting part of our pop culture landscape for the past decade. Like a warm blanket. Or a nicely grilled scallop. For 10 years, Steve […]

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29 May

Hear an Exclusive From the ‘Shirley’ Soundtrack, One of the Year’s Best Film Scores

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Shirley, a fictional portrait of The Haunting of Hill House author Shirley Jackson, is one of the year’s most fascinating movies, and it comes accompanied with an unconventional, hypnotic score courtesy of Tamar-kali (Mudbound). Ahead of Shirley‘s impending release, we’re debuting an exclusive track from the Shirley score. Hear it below.  Shirley Soundtrack Milan Records will release the Shirley soundtrack on […]

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29 May

How Did This Get Made: A Conversation With Al Ruddy, Producer of ‘The Godfather,’ ‘Megaforce,’ and ‘Ladybugs’

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This week, the gang at How Did This Get Made? covered Megaforce (1982), an over-the-top action film directed by famed stuntman, Hal Needham.  The first person I got in contact with was Megaforce’s producer, Al Ruddy. But unfortunately, he replied, “I’m participating in a German-produced documentary on the film currently and with my other projects, […]

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