31 Mar

The Quarantine Stream: ‘WeWork: Or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn’ is a Fascinating Chronicle of the WeWork Saga

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(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: WeWork: Or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn Where You Can Stream It: Hulu, starting April 2. The Pitch: A documentary that chronicles the rise and fall of WeWork, a commercial […]

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31 Mar

‘Zola’ Trailer: A Viral Twitter Thread Becomes One of the Wildest Movies of the Year

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The true-ish story of a road trip gone to hell and back gets the big-screen treatment with Zola, a wild, provocative film from director Janicza Bravo. Taylour Paige plays a dancer who meets another woman, played by Riley Keough, and gets talked into going along on a trip to make some serious money. But nothing goes according to plan, […]

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31 Mar

The Morning Watch: The Evolution of Pixar’s Character Movement, How Board Games Adapt Movies & 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, see how the movement and expressions of the […]

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31 Mar

Superhero Bits: Marvel Leaving Diamond Comic Distributors, ‘Harley Quinn’ Has a Secret ‘Suicide Squad’ Guest Star & More

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Was the Justice League on Smallville terrible? Who will distribute Marvel Comics now that the company is leaving Diamond Comic Distributors? Who is the secret guest star that Harley Quinn‘s showrunner is teasing? Is that the Spear of Destiny in The Suicide Squad? Did you catch the Star Wars reference in last weekend’s The Falcon […]

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31 Mar

Live-Action ‘Powerpuff Girls’ Series Casts ‘Scrubs’ Star Donald Faison as Professor Utonium

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The CW’s live-action TV series based on the beloved animated show The Powerpuff Girls has found its Professor Utonium. Donald Faison, best known for playing the lovable goofball Turk on the sitcom Scrubs, has been cast in Powerpuff, the new title of the live-action series that picks up years after the animated show and details what […]

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31 Mar

‘Limbo’ Trailer: Waiting is a Group Effort

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In Limbo, a young Syrian musician comes to a Scottish island awaiting asylum. The Ben Sharrock-directed comedy-drama starring Amir El-Masry premiered at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival, where it was met with positive reviews, including one from us. Now, Limbo is headed to theaters, and ahead of its April release, you can check out a trailer below. Limbo Trailer Nominated […]

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30 Mar

‘Steps’, an Animated Musical Spin on the ‘Cinderella’ Story, Headed to Netflix With Producer Amy Poehler

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Amy Poehler and her Paper Kite Productions have another yet Netflix title on the way – Steps, an animated musical described as “a spin on the classic Cinderella story.” Unlike traditional Cinderella adaptations, this story focuses on the step-sister characters. But here’s a twist on the familiar formula: this time, it sounds like the stepsister characters are […]

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30 Mar

‘Trouble’: Danny McBride is Making an Animated Movie With Newly Launched Spire Animation

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Danny McBride can add animated movie filmmaker to his credentials — which already include actor, comedian, writer, director, and producer. The Righteous Gemstones star and creator is developing an animated movie titled Trouble with Spire Animation Studios, a newly launched studio from Ratatouille producer Brad Lewis. Deadline reports that Danny McBride’s Rough House Pictures is partnering with Spire Animation […]

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30 Mar

‘Mortal Kombat’ Release Date Delayed Again by One Week

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Fans have been patiently waiting for the latest big screen adaptation of Mortal Kombat to arrive. Even though it wasn’t one of the films slated for release during the coronavirus pandemic last year, it was bumped back a bit due to COVID-19’s continued impact on movie theaters into 2021. The movie from director Simon McQuoid was […]

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30 Mar

‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Makes Huge Box Office Internationally, But Don’t Expect the Same in the United States

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Godzilla vs. Kong doesn’t hit theaters (and HBO Max) until tomorrow, but the massive monster mash-up has already taken the international box office by storm. Overseas, the blockbuster battle opened up in 38 markets, raking in over $121.8 million, which is enough to set the record for biggest global box office debut during the coronavirus […]

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