17 May

Edie Falco To Play Pete Davidson's Mom In Peacock's Biographical Comedy Series Bupkis

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Is there something we didn’t know about Pete Davidson’s life? If there is, that will be remedied soon, friends. At the NBC Universal Upfront presentation today, we learned from the Peacock segment that the role of Davidson’s mom has been cast for the upcoming autobiographical comedy “Bupkis.” What? You say you aren’t a writer, but you could probably […]

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17 May

Jerry & Marge Go Large Trailer: A Hilariously Legal Look At Gaming The Lottery

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Many people dream of winning the lottery, but few have ever managed to score big and change their lives forever. In the newest Paramount+ film, Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening are going to tell the story of a couple who did exactly that. “Jerry and Marge Go Large” is a comedic look at the real-life […]

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17 May

Chainsaw Man Trailer: Sharpen Your Teeth, Devil Hunters, For A Blood-Soaked Anime Adaptation

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Crunchyroll has nabbed the streaming rights to “Chainsaw Man,” the upcoming anime series adaptation of the popular manga by Tatsuki Fujimoto. The streamer plans to simulcast the series from Japan later this year, subtitled and dubbed, in over 200 countries and territories across the globe. “Chainsaw Man,” per Crunchyroll’s press release, takes place “in a supernatural world […]

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17 May

Rust Producer Plans To 'Complete The Movie,' Bringing New Film To Cannes Market

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Six months after the shooting on the “Rust” set that claimed the life of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza, “Rust” producers Alec Baldwin and Anjul Nigam have announced that they will be bringing a new movie to the Cannes market under their Persona Entertainment production company. Hutchins passed away on October 21, 2021, after […]

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16 May

David Cronenberg To Direct Film Based On His Book Consumed

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Body horror master David Cronenberg is having a busy year. His latest film, “Crimes of the Future,” is set to debut at Cannes this month. He also has a movie called “The Shrouds” in the works, with Vincent Cassel set to star. But in an interview with Variety ahead of Cannes, the filmmaker has revealed […]

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16 May

Men Director Alex Garland Thinks All His Films Are 'Surrealist'

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Director Alex Garland is venturing into the genre of folk horror for the first time with his 2022 film “Men.” The highly anticipated project is a new direction for the filmmaker but will still bear many tonal similarities to his acclaimed sci-fi films, “Ex Machina” (2014) and “Annihilation” (2018). “Men” stars indie darling Jessie Buckley […]

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16 May

The Book Of Solutions: Michel Gondry Is Finally Making Another Movie

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It’s been an awfully long time since Academy Award-winning writer/director Michel Gondry (“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind“) made a full-length film. The last ones were “Green Hornet” in 2011, “Mood Indigo” in 2013, “Microbe & Gasoline” in 2015, and a lot of shorts and music videos since then, as well as the TV series […]

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16 May

Jodie: Daria Spin-Off Transitions From Series To Feature Film, Sets Main Cast

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La la la la la … the “Daria” spin-off series, “Jodie,” is going to be a movie instead. The animated spin-off to the cult MTV series “Daria” has been in the works for some time, but now MTV Entertainment Studios has announced that it will be a feature film instead of a series, and they’ve […]

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16 May

Men Director Alex Garland Doesn't Like To Make Obvious Winks And Nods To His Inspirations

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Every great filmmaker will take inspiration from those who came before them. Quentin Tarantino serves as a great example of someone who is clearly inspired by the work of many artists, yet uses lessons of other masters of cinema to make something that feels entirely unique. Alex Garland, who film lovers likely know from his […]

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16 May

Moon Knight Composer Hesham Nazih On Scoring The Show's Most Beautiful Moments [Interview]

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Warning: spoilers ahead for “Moon Knight.” Adventure, fantasy, horror, and romance: Composer Hesham Nazih infuses the score for “Moon Knight” with a wide range of emotions. It all comes to an end in episode 6, “Gods and Monsters,” in which Nazih unleashes his biggest track yet (the propulsive “New Skillsets”) and introduces Scarlet Scarab with sounds of […]

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