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Venture to the Nine Hells in Neverwinter: Infernal Descent

Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios has announced that Infernal Descent is now available for Neverwinter on PC. This latest major update will provide players with an epic adventure in the Forgotten Realms, and is based on the Dungeons & Dragons tabletop adventure, Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus. Infernal Descent sees the conflict between devils and demons […]

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‘Honey, I Shrunk the Kids’ Director in Talks to Return for Reboot Starring Josh Gad (Exclusive)

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‘Honey, I Shrunk the Kids’ Director in Talks to Return for Reboot Starring Josh Gad (Exclusive)
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” director Joe Johnston is in negotiations to helm Disney’s upcoming reboot of the film franchise, “Shrunk,” with Josh Gad in talks to star.

Gad pitched the story idea to Disney earlier this year, and the studio jumped on board the idea of reviving the classic 1989 pic starring Rick Moranis. “Shrunk” will mark the third sequel following the original film, with “Honey, I Blew Up the Kid” and direct-to-video “Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves” bowing in 1992 and 1997, respectively. Johnston was not involved with either film.

The studio met with other directors but felt bringing Johnston back was a perfect fit for all involved. David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman are producing through their Mandeville Films and Television banner, with Todd Rosenberg penning the script.

In the original film, Moranis plays Wayne Szalinski, a scientist and father who accidentally shrinks his teenage son and daughter, along with the two brothers from next door,
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‘Shazam’ Mid-Credits Scene Explained

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In the past couple years, Warner Bros has caved to the Marvel trend and begun including bonus scenes during and after the credits of a lot of its movies based on DC Comics. These things tend to exist to tease future movies in a franchise, and that’s exactly what DC is doing with them as Geoff Johns and co. try to rebuild the DC Extended Universe after the “Justice League” disaster. And the latest film in that filmic universe, “Shazam,” definitely has an eye toward the future of the Dceu.

That said, the mid-credits teaser on “Shazam” can be quite a head-scratcher if you don’t know what’s going on, because it gets a little bit obscure with the character it brings out for this extra scene. So let’s take a look at what exactly that bonus scene means.

(This is where the spoilers start for the
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Mike Angelo Joins Renny Harlin’s Heist Pic ‘The Misfits’

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Exclusive: Rising Asian actor Mike Angelo has joined veteran action director Renny Harlin’s heist pic The Misfits. Pierce Brosnan is starring in the project that starts principal photography in Abu Dhabi on February 18. Hermione Corfield and Jamie Chung are also in the cast.

Penned by Robert Henny, The Misfits centers on renowned criminal Richard Pace (Brosnan) who finds himself caught up in an elaborate gold heist that promises to have far reaching implications on his life and the lives of countless others. Angelo is playing Wick in the film which will be produced by Kia Jam and Dean Altit (Realms).

Multi-hyphenate Angelo, who is of Thai and Chinese descent, rose to fame as part of the Thai pop duo Golf & Mike before segueing to television. His credits include Asian series Delicious Destiny, Mr Swimmer and My Amazing Boyfriend.
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International Box Office Top 100 of 2018: Another Record Year, but Rise Is Slight

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International Box Office Top 100 of 2018: Another Record Year, but Rise Is Slight
International box office ticked up 1% over 2017 to a record $29.8 billion, helping to drive worldwide moviegoing up 2.7% to a new high-water mark of $41.7 billion. Most of the global increase came from North America, which surged 7% to $11.9 billion. “Avengers: Infinity War” became the seventh film to gross more than $1 billion internationally, with $1.37 billion. In all, 40 foreign titles hit the top 100 (23 of them from China), led by “Operation Red Sea” with more than $611 million — good enough for the sixth spot on the year’s international chart.

Rank Title (Distrib) Domestic B.O. 1. Avengers: Infinity War (Disney) $1,369,544,150 2. Jurassic World: … Kingdom (U) $891,740,973 3. Black Panther (Disney) $648,313,144 4. Venom (Sony) $642,239,919 5. Incredibles 2 (Disney) $634,164,141 6. Operation Red Sea^ (China) $611,516,097 7. Aquaman* (WB) $602,041,078 8. Mission: Impossible — Fallout (Par) $570,956,000 9. Detective Chinatown 2 (China) $530,160,486 10. Bohemian Rhapsody* (Fox) $519,253,170 11. Fantastic Beasts: … Grindelwald* (WB) $470,900,000 12. Dying to Survive^ (China) $463,140,547 13. Ready Player One (WB) $443,300,000 14. Deadpool 2 (Fox) $418,042,433 15. Ant-Man and the Wasp (Disney) $406,000,000 16. The Meg (WB) $384,400,000 17. Hello Mr. Billionaire^ (China
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Domestic Box Office Top 100 of 2018: Disney Paces Record Year

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Domestic Box Office Top 100 of 2018: Disney Paces Record Year
The domestic box office hit $11.9 billion in 2018, up 6.7% over the previous year, and smashing the record $11.38 billion set in 2016. The top three earners — “Black Panther,” “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Incredibles 2” — all bested 2017’s B.O. champ, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” ($517 million). Promisingly, in an era of increased entertainment options, more people went to the movies in 2018: Attendance is expected to rise more than 4% over the prior year. Disney took 26% of this year’s market share, outpacing Warner Bros., its closest rival, by more than $1 billion.

Rank Title (Distrib) Domestic B.O. 1. Black Panther (Disney) $700,059,566 2. Avengers: Infinity War (Disney) $678,815,482 3. Incredibles 2 (Disney) $608,581,744 4. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (U) $417,719,760 5. Deadpool 2 (Fox) $318,491,426 6. Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch* (U) $266,280,410 7. Jumanji: Welcome … Jungle† (Sony) $235,512,923 8. Mission: Impossible — Fallout (Par) $220,159,104 9. Ant-Man and the Wasp (Disney) $216,648,740 10. Solo: A Star Wars Story (Disney) $213,767,512 11. Venom* (Sony) $213,312,395 12. A Star Is Born* (WB) $199,807,885 13. Aquaman* (WB) $194,359,824 14. Bohemian Rhapsody* (Fox) $189,813,133 15. A Quiet Place
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24 Best Movies Of 2018, According To Rotten Tomatoes (And 6 Stuck With 0%)

By every measure, 2018 was an extraordinary year for movies. Every so often, there's an off year, and pundits begin to claim that audiences are losing their interest in the theatrical experience. Then something like 2018 comes along, delivering hit after hit after hit, and suddenly those same pundits are proven wrong. The biggest blockbuster of the year was Black Panther, which grossed $700 million domestically, according to Box Office Mojo. The lowest-grossing was a supernatural thriller called Realms, which made $147. You're reading that number correctly.

Of course, a movie's financial gross has nothing to do with its quality level. Plenty of terrible movies make a ton of cash, and even more great movies struggle to earn back their budgets. That's why we have film critics. They help steer viewers away from the worst of the worst and toward the best of the best.

Rotten Tomatoes aggregates reviews from hundreds of film critics.
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