31 Mar

‘The Peripheral’: ‘Midsommar’ Actor Jack Reynor Will Star In Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy Amazon Series

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Jack Reynor, AKA the guy who got stuffed into a bear at the end of Midsommar, has joined the cast of The Peripheral, a new Amazon series from Westworld creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. The Peripheral also stars Chloë Grace Moretz and Gary Carr and is based on a sci-fi novel from William Gibson, described as “a dazzling, hallucinatory glimpse into […]

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31 Mar

‘The Dark Crystal’ is Coming Back – as a Ballet

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While the pain of the The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance‘s cancelation still hasn’t faded (we deserve season 2, Netflix!) Jim Henson‘s creation will live on in some way or another. This time as…a ballet? That’s right, a ballet take on The Dark Crystal is in the works, and is coming to London’s Royal Opera House for its […]

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31 Mar

How the Music of ‘Star Wars’ Was Influenced by the 1942 Classic ‘Kings Row’

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(Welcome to The Movies That Made Star Wars, a series where we explore the films and television properties that inspired George Lucas’s iconic universe. In this edition: King’s Row.) George Lucas is the sort of filmmaker who takes his influences from everywhere. It doesn’t matter if they seem to fit at first. The way his mind […]

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31 Mar

Neil Gaiman Insists That ‘American Gods’ is “Not Dead” Despite Starz Cancelation

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It might take a miracle to bring back American Gods, but Neil Gaiman has faith that the fantasy drama based on his acclaimed novel is not dead. In fact, it’s “definitely not dead,” Gaiman assured fans following the show’s cancelation by Starz. But considering American Gods‘ three turbulent seasons at Starz, it might take a little prayer […]

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31 Mar

‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Star Wyatt Russell Wants to Bring Shades of Gray to the Marvel Cinematic Universe [Interview]

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The first episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier ended with a huge reveal: there was a new Captain America and he was played by actor Wyatt Russell. Episode two let us get to know John Walker, the soldier hand-picked by the United States government to fill Steve Rogers’ uniform after Sam Wilson gave […]

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31 Mar

Cool Stuff: Holy Bricks, Batman! It’s the Classic 1966 Batmobile LEGO Playset

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There have been a variety of Batmobiles released by LEGO over the years, including the massive Ultimate Collector Series version inspired by Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman movie. But for those looking for a more classic Caped Crusader car, LEGO will have you covered later this year. Reaching all the way back to the classic Batman […]

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31 Mar

Jar Jar Binks Will Not Be in the Disney+ ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Series

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Early last year, a rumor surfaced that Jar Jar Binks, notorious Gungan military commander and politician and arguably the most hated character in Star Wars, would be making his illustrious return to the galaxy far, far away in the Obi-Wan Kenobi TV series. Jar Jar, after all, was instrumental in the fall of the Republic and was […]

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31 Mar

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Shifts Release Date Back One Week

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Last fall should have marked the return of Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock and the slimy, hulking creature known as Venom. But the coronavirus pandemic came along and ruined all our excitement about seeing how many lobster tanks Venom jumps into this time. Thankfully, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is still on track to arrive […]

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31 Mar

‘The Mitchells vs. the Machines’ Trailer: Lord and Miller’s New Animated Movie Hits Netflix Next Month

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Pixar Animation gave us the superhero family The Incredibles to take on the threats of the world. Now, Sony Pictures Animation is giving is a much more dysfunctional family tasked with saving humanity in The Mitchells vs. The Machines. From The LEGO Movie directors and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse producers Phil Lord & Chris Miller, […]

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31 Mar

‘Death on the Nile’ Not Expected to Reshoot Armie Hammer Scenes in Wake of Sexual Assault Allegations

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Death on the Nile has faced more stalls than most other star-studded sequels of its caliber — first getting lost in the Fox-Disney reshuffle before the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic put a stop to 2020 release plans. But the latest one might the hardest to navigate for the Kenneth Branagh murder mystery film. It’s the problem […]

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