30 Apr

Peacock Sees 9 Million New Sign-Ups After Arrival of WWE and ‘The Office’

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Well, well, well, how the turntables. Peacock, NBCUniversal’s new streaming service that seemed like it was struggling to make an impact compared to fellow new competitors like Disney+ and HBO Max, has hit 42 million subscribers total in the U.S. And a lot of the new Peacock sign-ups can be credited to the addition of The […]

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30 Apr

The Morning Watch: The Sound of Being Deaf in ‘Sound of Metal’, ‘Clerks’ Retrospective with Kevin Smith & 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, find out how Sound of Metal created the […]

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30 Apr

Superhero Bits: ‘Titans’ Adds Scarecrow to Season 3, ‘Hellboy’ Board Game Expansion Packs & More

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When will the Spider-Man universe series Silk start shooting? Want to pick up some expansion packs for the Hellboy board game? Who is playing Scarecrow in the third season of Titans? What unanswered questions remain after The Falcon and The Winter Soldier finale? What Marvel movie was Eternals director Chloé Zhao originally considered for? Want […]

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30 Apr

‘Later With John Mayer’: Grammy-Winning Musician May Get His Own Talk Show on Paramount+

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John Mayer is about to have a TV show – again. The Grammy Award-winning musician behind songs like “Who Says,” “Daughters,” and “New Light” is the host of his own Instagram Live show called Current Mood (which he launched a few years back), he guest hosted The Late Late Show for multiple nights, and he […]

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30 Apr

‘Spiral: From the Book of Saw’ Clips Tease the Terrors to Come

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Spiral: From the Book of Saw is almost here, and it will either be a wonderful new revival of the horror franchise or a weird curiosity we all puzzle over. Either way, people are going to watch it, and until it opens next month everyone can tide themselves over with two new clips. In the […]

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29 Apr

‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Almost Ended With a Different Title

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When The Falcon and the Winter Soldier drew to a close last week, it had itself a new title – Captain America and the Winter Soldier. This title makes sense, since Sam Wilson has gone from Falcon to Captain America, and will be leading his own Captain America movie next. But according to Falcon and The Winter Soldier head […]

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29 Apr

‘The Staircase’ Series Casts Toni Collette as Kathleen Peterson

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The Staircase has found its Kathleen Peterson in Toni Collette. Collette joins Colin Firth in the HBO Max limited series, which is based on the true crime docuseries of the same name. The series tells the story of Michael Peterson, who was convicted of murdering his wife Kathleen. Peterson’s defense team argued that Kathleen’s death was […]

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29 Apr

‘Shotgun Wedding’ First Look: Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel’s Destination Wedding Goes Very Wrong

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The nuptials between Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel go to hell in Shotgun Wedding, a comedy about a destination wedding party that’s taken hostage. The Jason Moore-directed film is due out next year, but a first look arrived this week courtesy of Lopez, who posted some pics to social media. The images show Lopez and Duhamel looking […]

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29 Apr

The Planned ‘The Last of Us’ Movie Fell Apart Because the Studio Kept Demanding Bigger Action Scenes

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Back in 2014, Hollywood had set its eyes on The Last of Us, the critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic video game which earned raves for its cinematic ambition. So an adaptation to the screen should have been no problem, right? Wrong. After two years of development under Screen Gems and Sony, with game director Neil Druckmann penning the script […]

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29 Apr

Rian Johnson’s Production Company Launches New Label, Will Produce Low-Budget Films From New Directors

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T-Street, the production company founded by Knives Out and Brick director Rian Johnson and his longtime producer Ram Bergman, is expanding its reach. Their production banner is teaming up with MRC Films, the indie studio that developed and produced movies like Knives Out, Baby Driver, Ted, and The Adjustment Bureau, to launch a new untitled label […]

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