29 Jan

Spoiler Discussion: WandaVision Episode 4 “We Interrupt This Program”

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On the January 29, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by weekend editor Brad Oman and special guest Sean Gerber (of the MCU Fan Show) to have a spoiler discussion about WandaVision Episode 4 “We Interrupt This Program” Opening Banter:  In The Spoiler Room: WandaVision Episode 4 “We Interrupt This […]

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29 Jan

‘Willow’ TV Series Finds New Director in ‘I’m Not Okay With This’ Co-Creator Jonathan Entwistle

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The Willow TV series pilot headed to Disney+ was supposed to be directed by Jon M. Chu, but Chu recently left the project due to personal reasons. Now, the show has found a new director – Jonathan Entwistle, director and co-creator of I’m Not Okay With This. Entwistle also directed episodes of the show The End of the F***ing […]

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29 Jan

‘WeCrashed’ TV Adaptation Ordered to Series By Apple TV+ as Anne Hathaway Joins Cast Alongside Jared Leto

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The WeCrashed TV adaptation just got itself a series order from Apple TV+. The show is based on the podcast of the same name which chronicled the rise and fall of WeWork, a commercial real estate company once valued at $47 billion dollars until it all came crashing down due to mismanagement and a general lack of vision. The […]

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29 Jan

‘Cloverfield’ is Finally Getting a Direct Sequel, But It Won’t Be Found Footage

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As early as January of 2008, there were discussions about a possible sequel to Matt Reeves’ giant monster movie Cloverfield. The franchise expanded in new directions with the great 10 Cloverfield Lane and the not-so-great The Cloverfield Paradox, but a proper follow-up never materialized – until now. Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot have hired British screenwriter Joe Barton, […]

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29 Jan

‘Elvis’ Movie From Director Baz Luhrmann Delayed Until 2022

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Baz Luhrmann‘s Elvis was one of the first movie productions to be affected by the COVID-19 when star Tom Hanks announced he and wife Rita Wilson had both tested positive for coronavirus. Now, a year later, things have come full-circle and Warner Bros. is officially delaying the movie to 2022. Originally, Elvis was supposed to open this […]

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29 Jan

‘Three Men and a Baby’ Remake Hires ‘Brockmire’ Director Mo Marable

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Disney turned on the Content Spigot and unleashed a torrential flow of announcements during its Investor Day presentation at the end of last year. One of the seemingly endless number of projects that were confirmed was a remake of the 1987 comedy Three Men and a Baby. Zac Efron has been attached to star for […]

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29 Jan

‘Summer of Soul’ Review: A Joyous Celebration of a Forgotten Music Festival [Sundance 2021]

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The 1969 Woodstock music festival, which featured performances by artists like Joni Mitchell, Jimi Hendrix, and The Who, seared its way into the public consciousness almost immediately and became an almost mythical touchstone for the anti-establishment movement of the 1960s. But that same summer, 100 miles away, the Harlem Cultural Festival – which would later […]

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29 Jan

Watch: ‘The Farewell’ Director Lulu Wang Shot a New Short Film on an iPhone and You Can Watch It Now

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Lulu Wang reunited with her team from the Golden Globe-nominated The Farewell to shoot a film on Apple’s fancy new iPhone in honor of Lunar New Year. In the short, Nian, Wang puts a new twist on an old Chinese folktale in an 11-minute short that manages to capture a feeling of Studio Ghibli-style magic. Watch the […]

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29 Jan

‘Coda’ Review: A Coming-of-Age Charmer That Makes a Familiar Tune Feel New Again [Sundance 2021]

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The coming-of-age genre is well-trod at this point. There are few innovations, and even fewer surprises, and yet we constantly return to it like an old song we used to love — maybe you’ve outgrown it, but you never get over the fondness for it. Like many of its coming-of-age predecessors, Siân Heder‘s Coda hits all the […]

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29 Jan

Cicely Tyson, Hollywood Trailblazer in TV and Film, is Dead at 96

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Trailblazing Hollywood icon Cicely Tyson, perhaps best known for her Oscar-nominated turn in 1972’s Sounder, has died. She was 96. Variety reports that Emmy and Tony-winning actress Cicely Tyson, whose career in theater, film, and television spanned seven decades, died Thursday afternoon at the age of 96. A family statement did not reveal the cause. “I […]

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