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First Trailer For Bryan Fuller’s Starz Series ‘American Gods’ Will Make You Believe

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As the prospect of more “Hannibal” grows ever more distant following its cancellation on NBC, Bryan Fuller has moved on to Starz, where next year he’ll be unveiling “American Gods.” It’s the series adaptation of the book by Neil Gaiman, bringing together a cast which includes Ricky Whittle, Ian McShane, and Pablo Schreiber, to tell the […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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The Queen Comes Home In First Teaser For ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 7, Plus Season 6 Blooper Reel

13 hours ago

Okay, so you’re going to have wait slightly longer for “Game Of Thrones” season 7, which is scheduled to arrive next summer, instead of the spring as it usually does. But don’t think for one moment the team behind the show are kicking back and taking it easy. Work has started on the seventh season, and […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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See Who Is Stepping Into The World Of ‘The Walking Dead’ With New Trailer For Season 7

16 hours ago

“Yes, who was at the receiving end of Negan’s bat will be revealed in the first episode,”  executive producer Greg Nicotero confirmed to EW about the start of the seventh season of AMC‘s smash hit, “The Walking Dead.” I watch the show, but even those who I do know that tune in, who may be […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Warner Bros. Finally Decides Who Should Write The ‘Aquaman’ Script

16 hours ago

Following the disastrous critical reception to “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice,” and the box office results which didn’t hit the mark Warner Bros. was hoping for, chatter emerged that James Wan was beginning to get cold feet about directing “Aquaman.” Essentially, the talk was that Wan didn’t want to step into a franchise that was […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Supervillains Come Out To Play In Over 20 New Images From ‘Suicide Squad’

17 hours ago

With Warner Bros. clearly spending an insane amount of money on marketing “Suicide Squad,” releasing a handful of character trailers this week, with more to come, here’s the question I’m wondering: does this mean they’re going to keep the movie out of their San Diego Comic Con presentation tomorrow? The studio has a lot to […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Video Essay Explores The Parallels Between Stanley Kubrick’s ‘Barry Lyndon’ And Fine Art

17 hours ago

There’s a reason Stanley Kubrick‘s “Barry Lyndon” won several Oscars, including Best Cinematography, Art Direction, and Costume Design: It seamlessly replicates William Makepeace Thackeray‘s novel “The Luck of Barry Lyndon” and creates a stunning atmosphere in which a lurid young Irishman (Ryan O’Neil) destroys his privileged life by spying and amounting large debts. ‘Lyndon,’ aside from boasting a beautiful […]

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- Samantha Vacca

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‘The Seventh Fire’ Is A Devastating Look At The Cycles Of Drugs & Crime In A Native American Community [Review]

17 hours ago

If 2016 has been a bad a year for blockbusters and sequels, as we recently posited, at least the same can’t be said for documentaries. In fact, it’s been a banner year for the genre, with doc directors churning out some of the most thrilling and emotionally resonant films of the year. One such example, […]

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- Gary Garrison

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‘Les Miserables’ Miniseries On The Way From The Team Behind ‘War & Peace’

18 hours ago

I didn’t watch the miniseries adaptation of “War & Peace” earlier this year, but that’s on me, because by most accounts it was pretty good. So, as I figure out some time to square away and catch up, the team behind the show are moving ahead and taking another classic property to the small screen. […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Korean Zombie Thriller ‘Train To Busan’ Needs More Brains [Review]

18 hours ago

Montreal — In what will undoubtedly be called “Snowpiercer”-with-zombies in countless reviews (well, including this one), director Sang-ho Yeon’s “Train To Busan,” making its North American premiere at Fantasia Film Festival, has a hook that sells the sizzle in a few short words: On a train hurtling across South Korea, passengers must fight to survive […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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‘Pete’s Dragon’ Soundtrack Features Songs By St. Vincent, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Leonard Cohen, The Lumineers & More

19 hours ago

You may not remember, but Disney’s original “Pete’s Dragon” from 1977 was actually a musical. While David Lowery’s 2016 version won’t feature actors belting it out on camera, the newly released tracklist shows that it won’t be pushing music to the side. Disney has enlisted a talented set of musicians to fill the “Pete’s Dragon” […]

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- Hildi Gabel

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Ash Promises To “End This Horse Pucky” In The New Trailer For ‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ Season 2

19 hours ago

There’s a new promo for season 2 of the Starz series “Ash Vs. Evil Dead” and it might just win the award for bloodiest trailer of the year (so far). Fans of the “Evil Dead” franchise shouldn’t be surprised at the content unveiled here. Over-the-top gore, lewd jokes, outrageous characters, and a lead character with […]

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- Charles Dean

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The Movies That Changed My Life: ‘Childhood Of A Leader’ Director Brady Corbet

20 hours ago

Actor-turned-filmmaker Brady Corbet has had an interesting career. While he did TV work on his way up, even from a very early time in his career he was picking good projects. Starting with Catherine Hardwicke‘s “Thirteen” in 2003, by the time 2011 had rolled around he had already starred in films by Michael Haneke, Gregg […]

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- Rodrigo Perez

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Stand Tall With The First Poster For ‘Wonder Woman’

21 hours ago

There’s just one day to go until Warner Bros. is expected to drop all kinds of goodies during their panel at San Diego Comic Con. And among many of the hoped for reveals, will the be the first trailer for “Wonder Woman.” But today we get a little tease with the first poster. Read More: […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Liam Neeson Steps Into The Korean War In New Trailer For ‘Operation Chromite’

21 hours ago

During the Korean War, an elite group of South Korean Navy Special Forces went undercover to successfully infiltrate the North Korean command center. This true story hasn’t yet received the big screen attention it deserves, until now. “Operation Chromite” is coming, and it promises that audiences will finally see the story of those brave Korean […]

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- Charles Dean

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Don’t Get Your Hopes Up, Idris Elba Says “There Hasn’t Been Any Talks” About Playing James Bond

21 hours ago

It’s time for the semi-regular Who Is Going To Play James Bond update, which means another actor saying that despite the wild chatter, internet petitions, and vigils, they are not in the running at the moment for 007. This time, the word comes from Idris Elba, the baddie in this weekend’s “Star Trek Beyond,” who […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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John Cho Says Sulu’s Gay Kiss Cut From ‘Star Trek Beyond’

22 hours ago

While it hasn’t reached “Ghostbusters” like propositions, this weekend’s “Star Trek Beyond” has a minor “controversy” (if you can even call it that) all its own. Earlier this month, it was revealed that Sulu would be gay in ‘Beyond,’ but the news was met with disapproval by George Takei, who originally played the character. Even though […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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‘Looking: The Movie’ Provides A Fitting Tribute And Closure To The HBO Series [Review]

23 hours ago

The romantic and winsome “Looking” had two near-perfect seasons on HBO before it was cut down in its prime. Apparently, us audiences were more into dragons and sword play than the low-key romantic dramatics of a group of gay friends in San Francisco. Thankfully, HBO has delivered closure on the series in the form of […]

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- Katie Walsh

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Ridley Scott Introduces Extended Clip From ‘The Man In The High Castle’ Season 2 Plus New Teaser Trailer

23 hours ago

Here’s a fun fact that you might not know: “The Man In The High Castle” was Amazon‘s most-streamed original series last year. That’s impressive stuff, and perhaps reason alone to put it on your radar, because season two is coming, and it looks like it’s going to be raising the stakes even more. Read More: […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Possession Takes Hold In First Trailer For ‘The Exorcist’ TV Series

23 hours ago

Ever since William Friedkin scared the world with “The Exorcist” in 1973, he’s set a bar so high for films about demonic possession that even decades later, very few movies manage to get close. The sequels to his film couldn’t get there, and countless exorcism pics are often more insipid than inspired. But can a […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Get Cookin’ With The New Red Band Trailer For ‘Sausage Party’

22 July 2016 5:09 AM, PDT

“Zootopia,” “Finding Dory,” and “The Secret Life Of Pets” have all been massive animated hits this year, but also four quadrant crowdpleasers that are perfect for any age group. That brings us to “Sausage Party,” definitely an adults only affair. While some seemed to think that “Deadpool” was ushering in a new era for R-rated movies, […]

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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