30 Sep

‘Batman: Unburied’ Audio Drama Coming to Spotfiy from ‘Batman Begins’ Writer David S. Goyer

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This past summer, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment struck a multi-year deal with Spotify to produce and distribute an original slate of narrative scripted podcasts based on the roster of popular characters from DC Comics, and the first one has just been announced. Batman: Unburied will bring the Dark Knight to the audio entertainment world, […]

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30 Sep

‘Belushi’ Trailer: The Life of Comedic Force John Belushi is Explored By Those Who Knew Him Best

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Following a deep dive into the history and legacy of The Comedy Store, Showtime has another chronicle of a comedy staple who left us far too soon. John Belushi was a tour de force. After breaking out on Saturday Night Live and National Lampoon’s Animal House, Belushi became one of the biggest comedy stars in […]

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30 Sep

‘Conan the Barbarian’ Series to Bring More Swords and Sorcery to Netflix the Streamer

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Before becoming King of Atlantis in Aquaman, Jason Momoa picked up a sword as Conan the Barbarian in the most recent feature film adaptation of the iconic fantasy character created by pulp fiction author Robert E. Howard. Since that didn’t turn into a new franchise, it’s time to give Conan another swing of the sword, […]

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30 Sep

‘Minari’ Trailer: Steven Yeun Searches for the American Dream in A24’s Sundance Darling

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One of the most acclaimed movies to come out of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival in January, Minari will finally be making its way to the rest of the world. Er, someday. A24 has released the first trailer for Lee Isaac Chung‘s immigrant drama, which stars Steven Yeun as a Korean dad who picks up his family […]

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30 Sep

Netflix’s ‘The Sandman’ Series Eyeing Tom Sturridge for Morpheus

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Netflix has found its Dream choice for the lead of its highly anticipated adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman. Velvet Buzzsaw and Far From the Madding Crowd actor Tom Sturridge is reportedly in talks to star as Morpheus, the title character and the anthropomorphic personification of Dream in Netflix’s The Sandman series, based on Gaiman’s groundbreaking graphic novel series. Collider […]

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30 Sep

‘The Godfather’ Making-Of Movie Casts Oscar Isaac as Francis Ford Coppola, Jake Gyllenhaal as Robert Evans

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Barry Levinson is making a movie about the making of The Godfather, and it’s already shaping up to have quite a cast. Oscar Isaac is set to play Godfather director Francis Ford Coppola, while Jake Gyllenhaal will play legendary producer Rober Evans. While The Godfather is considered today to be one of the greatest movies of all time, […]

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30 Sep

‘Snake Eyes’ Movie Will Be “More of a Martial Arts Film Than a Superhero Movie,” Says Star Henry Golding

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Paramount Pictures is banking on Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins to re-spark the dwindling embers of its G.I. Joe film franchise. One thing the new film has going for it, according to star Henry Golding, is that it is not just another a cookie cutter entry into the ever-growing genre of superhero cinema. In a new […]

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30 Sep

Dwayne Johnson Reveals the Cast of ‘Young Rock’ TV Series, Including Three Versions of Himself

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Back at the beginning of 2020, before we knew what trying times lay ahead, NBC announced a new series called Young Rock, a chronicle of the life of Dwayne Johnson as a kid, teen, college football player, and amateur wrestler. Now production is finally kicking off, and The Rock himself has revealed the main cast […]

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30 Sep

New on Blu-ray: The Alfred Hitchcock Classics 4K Collection, ‘Beetlejuice’ 4K, ‘The Elephant Man’, ‘Ghost Ship’

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The Alfred Hitchcock Classics 4K Collection Hey, you ever hear of this Hitchcock guy? Yeah, he’s a real one-hit-wonder; the guy’s going nowhere! But seriously folks, Alfred Hitchock remains one of the most talked-about filmmakers of all time for a reason: he was a master of the craft. That’s not to say old Hitch’s movies […]

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30 Sep

‘Borat 2’ Releases a Very Nice Teaser Tied to the Presidential Debate

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If there’s one thing that can be singled out as the key to comedy, it’s timing. And Sacha Baron Cohen certainly timed his teaser for his Borat sequel right, releasing a video from the “Republic of Kazakhstan” praising President Trump’s performance in last night’s U.S. presidential debates. But the funny thing is: he released it before the debate […]

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