14 Dec

‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Casts ‘Walking Dead’ Star Sonequa Martin-Green as Lead

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After scouring the universe in search of a lead, Star Trek: Discovery has finally found one. Sonequa Martin-Green, who currently stars on The Walking Dead, will play the lieutenant commander aboard the U.S.S. Discovery. It’s the latest in a wave of exciting casting news for the sci-fi series, which is scheduled to launch on CBS All Access next year. […]

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14 Dec

‘Arrival’ Ineligible for Best Original Score Oscar; See the Shortlist of Contenders

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Johann Johannsson’s (Sicario) heart pounding Arrival score was disqualified as a contender in the Best Original Score category. The Academy deemed Leslie Barber‘s Manchester by the Sea and Kathryn Kluge’s Silence scores ineligible as well. They were ruled out for not being “substantial enough,” but the exclusion of Arrival had to do with Max Richter‘s “This Bitter Earth.” Below, check out the […]

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14 Dec

‘Unforgettable’ Trailer: Katherine Heigl Declares War on Rosario Dawson

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Unforgettable belongs to a surprisingly large subgenre: the “Jealous Woman Stalks The Woman Who Stole Her Man” thriller. If you aren’t familiar with this very specific kind of tale, you probably don’t go to movie theaters from January through April or have access to the Lifetime network. Anyway, the first trailer for this movie has […]

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14 Dec

‘The Goldbergs’ Will Wax Off With a ‘Karate Kid’ Episode

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The ABC sitcom The Goldbergs is deeply entrenched in the nostalgia of the 1980s. Currently in its fourth season, the series has paid tribute and featured plenty of homage to favorites like The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Dirty Dancing, The Goonies, Say Anything, A Christmas Story and more. So it should come as […]

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14 Dec

‘Pacific Rim’ and ‘Godzilla’ Sequels Get New Titles

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Pacific Rim: Maelstrom and Godzilla 2 are Pacific Rim: Maelstrom and Godzilla 2 no more, as Legendary has just announced new titles for both films. The former is currently in production with director Steven S. DeKnight and star John Boyega, and the latter is in pre-production with Krampus director Michael Dougherty. Find out the new Pacific Rim and Godzilla sequel titles below.  Buried […]

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14 Dec

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘Vivo’ Coming From Sony Animation

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It’s becoming increasingly apparent that Lin-Manuel Miranda doesn’t just write like he’s running out of time — he works at a pace that’d make Alexander Hamilton himself implore Miranda to take a break. With Disney’s Moana still in theaters, Sony has set a date for Vivo, its own animated film featuring songs by Miranda. Kirk DeMicco (The Croods) is […]

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14 Dec

What Kinds of Rides Is Universal Studios Building For Super Nintendo World?

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You can learn a lot about theme park patents. Or nothing at all. Like with any industry, Disney and Universal Studios (as well as their various competitors) tend to file many patents for technology that they don’t even intend to utilize in the near future. They just want to make sure they have a particular ride […]

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14 Dec

‘The Lion King’ and ‘The Breakfast Club’ Among 2016 Additions to The National Film Registry

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Every year since 1989, the National Film Registry has added films to its roll that “represent important cultural, artistic and historic achievements in filmmaking” and will be preserved in the Library of Congress. They’ve announced their picks from this year, including staples from John Hughes, Wes Anderson, Alfred Hitchcock, Rob Reiner, Robert Zemeckis and much […]

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14 Dec

Netflix’s ‘Lost in Space’ Series Casts Ignacio Serricchio as Don West

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Yeah, we live in a reboot culture and yeah, it can get tiresome to see properties with familiar titles revived every few years like clockwork, but I can get behind a new version of Lost in Space because the core concept is so simple and sound. One family, stranded in outer space with some allies […]

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14 Dec

Emma Stone’s ‘Cruella’ to Be Directed by ‘Mozart in the Jungle’ Co-Creator Alex Timbers

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How do you build a whole movie around a woman whose claim to fame is trying to kidnap cute little puppies so she can turn them into coats? We wouldn’t know, but apparently Alex Timbers does. The Broadway vet and Mozart in the Jungle co-creator has just been tapped to direct Cruella, a 101 Dalmatians live-action retelling starring Emma Stone as […]

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