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Jon Stewart’s ‘Irresistible’ With Steve Carell to Hit Theaters This May

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Jon Stewart’s ‘Irresistible’ With Steve Carell to Hit Theaters This May
Focus Features will release the latest film from director Jon Stewart called “Irresistible” on May 29, 2020, the distributor announced Wednesday.

Steve Carell, Chris Cooper and Rose Byrne star in the political comedy that the former “Daily Show” host both wrote and directed.

Irresistible” is a satire about what happens when a small Wisconsin town becomes the main attraction of our political circus. After the Democrat’s top strategist Gary (Steve Carell) sees a video of a retired Marine Colonel (Chris Cooper) standing up for the rights of his town’s undocumented workers, Gary believes he has found the key to winning back the Heartland. However, when the Republicans counter him by sending in his brilliant nemesis Faith (Rose Byrne), what started out as a local race quickly becomes an out-of-control and hilarious fight for the soul of America.
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Jon Stewart’s Next Movie ‘Irresistible’ Gets Focus Features Release Date

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Focus Features said Wednesday that it has set a May 29, 2020 domestic release date for Irresistible, the new film written and directed by Jon Stewart.

The political satire, produced by Stewart and Plan B Entertainment, revolves around what happens when a small Wisconsin town becomes the main attraction of our political circus. After the Democrat’s top strategist Gary (Steve Carell) sees a video of a retired Marine Colonel (Chris Cooper) standing up for the rights of his town’s undocumented workers, Gary believes he has found the key to winning back the Heartland.

However, when the Republicans counter him by sending in his brilliant nemesis Faith (Rose Byrne), what started out as a local race quickly becomes an out-of-control and hilarious fight for the soul of America.

Topher Grace, Natasha Lyonne, Mackenzie Davis, Cj Wilson and Will Sasso co-star. Universal Pictures International will release internationally.

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2020 Movie Release Date Schedule

As we once again come upon the end of another year in film, we find ourselves looking forward to the films scheduled for release in the coming year. As in previous years, there should be something to pique everyone’s interest in 2020. There will be the usual sequels and big blockbusters, as well as a plethora of additional titles in multiple genres to choose from. We hope you this find this list of upcoming movies and their release dates useful and that it helps you plan what you’re going to look forward to over the next twelve months.

If you’re wondering what came out during 2019 and what you may need to catch up on, just head here! Meanwhile, the list below gathers all of the titles we know (right now at least) that are coming in 2020 by their current release date. Remember, these dates are subject to change.
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5 Book Adaptation Series We're Looking Forward To In 2020 (5 We're Not)

Adapting books and short stories for film and television is a trend that has only become more popular over time. Some of the largest and most successful film franchises and television series such as Harry Potter and Game of Thrones were adapted from book series.

Related: 5 Of The Best Adaptations Of A Christmas Carol (& 5 Of The Worst)

This trend is continuing into 2020 with books being adapted into more films and television series such as Disney's Artemis Fowl, The Witches, and China Rich Girlfriend. Here is a look at five television series set to premiere in 2020 that are adapted from books that we are looking forward to, and five that we are not.
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It’s Die Hard with fairies ... and a walk on part for the author in Artemis Fowl film

After 25 million sales of his Artemis Fowl books, Eoin Colfer tells of his own film debut

He is a former primary school teacher whose Artemis Fowl fantasy novels have sold more than 25 million copies in 44 languages. Now Ireland’s former children’s laureate, Eoin Colfer, will delight fans worldwide by appearing as an extra in Artemis Fowl, Disney’s forthcoming feature film directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh and starring Dame Judi Dench.

Describing his one scene, filmed in the north of Ireland, Colfer said: “I walked across a field with a lot of other people. It wasn’t too taxing – although I did manage to get it wrong a few times. The only direction they gave was: ‘Walk across the field and don’t look at the camera.’ I must have looked at the camera about 20 times. I have a new respect for actors.”
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Joe Johnston in talks to direct Josh Gad in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids reboot

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Joe Johnston is in talks with Disney to direct a reboot of his 1989 comedy Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, which has Josh Gad (Frozen) attached to star.

The new film, titled Shrunk, was first revealed back in May of this year, and will see Josh Gad taking on the role of Adam Szalinski, the now-adult version of Wayne Szalinski’s (Rick Moranis) son, who found himself blown up to an enormous size in the 1992 sequel Honey, I Blew Up the Kid.

Johnston, whose credits include the likes of Rocketeer, Jumanji, Jurassic Park III and Captain America: The First Avenger, made his directorial debut on the 1989 film, which proved to be a huge hit at the box office upon its release, grossing $223 million worldwide (over twelve times its $18 million budget).

Shrunk will extend Gad’s ties with Disney, the actor having worked with the studio on Frozen,
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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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Judi Dench to receive outstanding achievement honour at 2019 Screen Awards

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From her supporting role in the 007 franchise to titles such as ‘Philomena’, Dench’s films have made $6bn at the worldwide box office.

Dame Judi Dench is to be honoured with Screen International’s Outstanding Contribution to UK Film award.

The award recognises the achievements of an individual or company whose contributions to UK film have had a significant impact on the reputation of the industry, both locally and internationally.

It will be presented to the Oscar and Bafta award-winning actress at the Screen Awards on November 28 at The Ballroom, Southbank.

The award is sponsored by Screen Scotland.

Now in their 10th year,
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‘Are You Afraid of the Dark’ Revival Gets a Premiere Date – Meet the New Midnight Society (Video)

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Nickelodeon formally introduced its new Midnight Society from the upcoming “Are You Afraid of the Dark?” revival, and find themselves in the middle of their own scary story.

The three-episode revival follows an entirely new group of kids who tell a terrifying tale about the Carnival of Doom, only to have the events of the story come to life. It will air over three consecutive Fridays — not the original show’s Saturday night timeslot — beginning on Oct. 11.

Watch the show’s full-length trailer in the video above.

Also Read: With 'All That' and 'Are You Afraid of The Dark,' Nickelodeon Bets Its Future on Its '90s-Era Past

The new members of the Midnight Society are: Gavin, played by Sam Ashe Arnold (“Best.Worst.Weekend.Ever.”); Akiko, played by Miya Cech; Louise, played by Tamara Smart; Graham, played by Jeremy Ray Taylor; and Rachel, played by Lyliana Wray. The Carnival of Doom’s ringmaster,
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'Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting' Sets Cast With Indya Moore, Tom Felton (Exclusive)

Netflix has set the cast for its latest family feature — Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting.

Tamara Smart, who next will be seen in Disney's Artemis Fowl, and Pete's Dragon actress Oona Laurence will lead the streaming feature, which has also set Pose breakout Indya Moore and Harry Potter alum Tom Felton.

Alessio Scalzotto and Ian Ho are also set for Babysitter's Guide, which has already begun principal photography in Vancouver.

Based on the first book in the series by Joe Ballarini from Harper Collins imprint Katherine Tegen Books, the film will follow first-time babysitter Kelly Ferguson, whose charge ...
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Spider-Man, Spicer and Splashy First-Looks: Everything We’re Looking For at D23

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As if Disney hasn’t owned enough weekends this year at the box office, the biennial D23 Expo will light up Anaheim, Calif. over the next three days to celebrate the content monolith.

From a new Netflix-competing streaming platform to scores of movie and series reveals — along with a few hot controversies to confront — plenty of news will be spilling out of the massive convention center dressed in mouse ears, superhero capes and stormtrooper garb.

One bullet already dodged — an early Friday panel surrounding “Dancing With the Stars,” which airs on Disney-owned ABC. In the days leading up to D23’s kickoff, social media snowballed with backlash against ABC’s decision to cast former White House press secretary Sean Spicer on its latest season. While Spicer’s inclusion could well provide a short-term ratings fix for the declining dancing show, the amount of negative press and allegations of political
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Nickelodeon’s ‘Are You Afraid of the Dark?’ Reboot Teaser Submits New Scares for Your Approval (Video)

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Nickelodeon is getting dark.

The kids network released the first teaser for its upcoming revival of the classic ’90s series “Are You Afraid of the Dark,” and the new version looks a fright more more sinister than the original. The teaser, which you can watch above, shows a new batch of kids gathered around a campfire, submitting fresh scary stories for the approval of the Midnight Society.

The trailer features ominous music and more soundbites of screaming than we ever expected to hear on the channel that brought us “Spongebob,” “Zoey 101,” and almost every other beloved kids show. Then it asks the time-worn question anew: “Are you afraid of the dark?”

Also Read: 'Henry Danger' Musical Special Posts 2-Year Ratings High for Nickelodeon Series

The new three-episode miniseries follows an entirely new group of kids who will tell a terrifying tale about the Carnival of Doom, only
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Josh Gad to lead ‘Honey I Shrunk The Kids’ legacy sequel

Josh Gad has been lined up to take the lead in the ‘Honey I Shrunk the Kids’ legacy sequel, ‘Shrunk’ for Disney Studios.

The film is said to be set three decades after the original films in which Rick Moranis played scientist and inventor Wayne Szalinski, the man responsible for the child-shrinking machine.

Gad will play the grown-up son of Moranis’s Szalinski, Adam who then follows in his father footsteps and shrinks his own kids. The new project will reportedly be set in the same universe as the original movies albeit three decades later.

Also in news – Chris Pine to take the lead in action thriller ‘Violence of Action’

The original movie kicked off the franchise in 1989 with Joe Johnston making his directorial debut. It told the story of an inventor who accidentally shrinks his and his next door neighbour’s kids to a quarter of an inch with
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Honey, I Shrunk The Kids Reboot In The Works With Josh Gad

Gad damnit, our Disney overlords will leave no stone unturned, no matter how unnaturally small they may be. Yep, that’s right, Honey, I Shrunk The Kids is getting the reboot treatment, with everyone’s favorite obnoxious snowman, Josh Gad, set to star! While only independently confirmed by a writer at /Film at the moment, this possibility was listed among many potential reboots to be made for Disney Plus, the new streaming service you’ll be forced to buy at some point.

In a twist, this project seems destined for a wide distribution theatrical release, not a simple streaming-only debut. On top of that, it’s simply going to be called Shrunk. Also, it doesn’t seem to be a full reboot. Well, not exactly anyway. It’s currently being called a “legacyquel,” which is, uh, a word I have not heard before.

The story goes that this upcoming re-imagining
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Indiana Jones 5 Is Still Coming in 2021 Confirms Disney

Indiana Jones 5 is still on track to make its 2021 release date. Disney confirmed the news in its latest production slate earlier this week. The news comes after strong rumors that This is Us creator Dan Fogelman has taken over for Jonathan Kasdan to rewrite the script after he had taken over for David Koepp (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull). Fans were not excited to hear the news, but it appears there is nothing to worry about at this time.

Steven Spielberg will helm Indiana Jones 5 and it is set to star Harrison Ford, who is looking forward to the opportunity to take on the role again. The movie was first announced back in 2016 and it has been a slow moving development process since then. Spielberg is currently working on his remake of West Side Story, which hits theaters at the end of next year, so there
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Disney Announces Three New Star Wars Films And Untitled Marvel Movies

The Walt Disney Studios has unveiled its upcoming slate following the recent acquisition of the Fox film studios, including changes to previously dated films and a number of major additions.

After kicking off with the record-setting success of Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame, The Walt Disney Studios’ 2019 summer slate includes Disney’s Aladdin on May 24, Fox’s Dark Phoenix on June 7, Pixar’s Toy Story 4 on June 21, Fox’s Stuber on July 12, and Disney’s The Lion King on July 19. Fox 2000’s The Art of Racing in the Rain moves up to Aug. 9, and Fox Searchlight’s Ready or Not will release on Aug. 23, while three films move to later dates: Ad Astra (9/20/19), The New Mutants (4/3/20), and Artemis Fowl (5/29/20).

The Studios’ 2019 slate rounds out with Fox’s The Woman in the Window on Oct. 4 and Ford V. Ferrari on Nov. 15, Disney’s Maleficent: Mistress of Evil on Oct. 18 and Disney Animation’s Frozen 2 on Nov.
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‘Dora And The Lost City Of Gold’ Moves Release Date After ‘Artemis Fowl’ Flees August

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‘Dora And The Lost City Of Gold’ Moves Release Date After ‘Artemis Fowl’ Flees August
2Nd Update: Dora and the Lost City of Gold is moving again, but not by that much. Paramount is moving the release date for its live-action feature adaptation of the hit Nickelodeon show from July 31 to August 9.

The news comes in the wake of Disney pushing Artemis Fowl off August 9 and sending it to May 29 next summer. No surprise if more release date changes come from other rivals in the wake of Disney’s revamped theatrical release slate this morning.

Dora will know share the marquee with CBS FilmsScary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Warner Bros’ crime noir The Kitchen and Bleecker Street’s Brian Banks.

Updated, April 12: Paramount’s live action take on Nickelodeon’s hit TV toon series Dora the ExplorerDora and the Lost City of Gold — will now open on July 31. That’s a Wednesday and it will give her a jump before
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Disney Announces 63 Movie Release Dates Through 2027

Disney just announced a batch of new release dates for movies up through 2027. That's not to say they have their full release calendar planned up through then, but the next few years are pretty well set in stone and it's clear, with the purchase of Fox officially done, that few other studios stand a chance against the Mouse House's onslaught of blockbusters, franchise flicks and otherwise appealing crowd-pleasers. This includes release dates for 3 new Star Wars movies, all four of James Cameron's Avatar sequels, The New Mutants and much more.

Following the dramatic success of Avengers: Endgame thus far, The Walt Disney Studios' 2019 summer slate includes Guy Ritchie's Aladdin on May 24, Dark Phoenix, the last of the proper Fox X-Men movies, on June 7, Pixar's Toy Story 4 on June 21, Stuber, a buddy cop comedy from Fox, on July 12 and Jon Favreau's The Lion King on July 19. Elsewhere,
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Disney delays Avatar sequels and The New Mutants, pulls the plug on Gambit and announces new Star Wars trilogy

Following the completion of the Fox takeover earlier this year, The Walt Disney Company has announced an updated release schedule through to 2027 (!), which includes several delays – Artemis Fowl, Indiana Jones 5 (again), The New Mutants (again) and the Avatar sequels (again) – as well as dates for three brand new Star Wars movies.

First up, here’s Disney’s plan to dominate the Christmas season for the next eight years:

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – December 2020

Avatar 2 – December 2021

Untitled Star Wars – December 2022

Avatar 3 – December 2023

Untitled Star Wars – December 2024

Avatar 4 – December 2025

Untitled Star Wars – December 2026

Avatar 5 – December 2027

Via Fandango, here’s a full list of the Disney/Fox schedule as it currently stands:

Disney, Fox release a number of release date changes and confirmations, including Avatar 2 in December 2021, Ad Astra (Brad Pitt in space) to September 2019, New Mutants and Artemis Fowl pushed to 2020, and guesses as to which Marvel movie is which!
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‘Gambit’ and Three More Untitled Fox/Marvel Films Removed From Disney Slate

Amid a slew of release slate announcements, Disney removed four Fox/Marvel projects from its list of upcoming films, including a planned “X-Men” spinoff, “Gambit,” starring Channing Tatum.

The slate removal signals the end of 20 years of Fox films based around the “X-Men,” dating back to the original 2000 blockbuster that made Hugh Jackman into a star with his performance as Wolverine. 12 films in the franchise have been released, including the Oscar-nominated “Logan” and the “Deadpool” spinoff films. The series will conclude with the already-produced horror spinoff “The New Mutants,” which Disney moved from August 2019 to April 2020.

Also Read: Disney Bumps 'New Mutants' and 'Artemis Fowl' to 2020

Moving forward, it is expected that any films involving Marvel characters owned by Fox will now be developed by Marvel Studios, though it will be a few years before they join the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

“It’s all just beginning and the
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