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New Archie Comics Live-Action TV Show & Animated Series Planned

by Sandy Schaefer – on Jul 09, 2018 in TV News It seems Riverdale and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are just the beginning of Archie Comics on the small screen, now that publisher Jon Goldwater has confirmed plans for even more TV shows. In an example of things coming full circle, the Archie …

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‘The Favourite’ Trailer Answers Your Call For Something Dramatic


Once again, Yorgos Lanthimos has a little fun with the madness that lurks within all of us. Raise your hand if you like a little squirm with your entertainment. One, two, three, four, five, six of you. Ok, cool. About what I expected. Not everyone is down for some misery …

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Captain Marvel Filming Ends as Brie Larson Shares Photo

Filming on Captain Marvel is now complete. Well, principal photography anyway. Star Brie Larson took to Twitter to share a photo of the final slate for the upcoming Marvel Studios film, along with a countdown calendar that reveals that principal photography wrapped on Friday, July 6th. Marvel officially announced the …

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Warner Media Exec On Changes At HBO: “It’s Going To Be A Tough Year”

AT&T executive-turned-head of Warner Media John Stankey spoke at a town hall in New York and addressed the changes to come for HBO after the  $85.4 billion merger between AT&T and Time Warner. AT&T During the town hall, which also included HBO chief executive Richard Plepler, Stankey said that they won’t interfere too …

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‘Ant-Man And The Wasp’ Scores A Giant-Sized Opening Weekend

Perhaps one of the most underrated aspects of Marvel Studios’ dominance at the box office is their uncanny ability to have sequels outperform the previous films. Unless it’s a rare exception, common sense would dictate that a sequel will do less than its predecessor. But when it comes to the …

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Mark Cousins on Orson Welles’ Trumpian Characters, the Era-Defining Films of this Decade, and Ozu’s Sexuality


What can we tell about an artist from the places they’ve been, the films they’ve made or the sketches they’ve drawn? And what if that person happens to be Orson Welles? Such is the basis for The Eyes of Orson Welles, the latest time-hopping feature-length video essay from film historian …

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Comic-Con 2018 Schedule for July 21 Includes Deadpool 2 Uncut, & More

Deadpool 2 Extended Cut - Comic-Con 2018 Schedule

We’re getting closer and closer to the 2018 San Diego Comic-Con, and the /Film team will be on site learning all the latest updates about upcoming blockbuster movies and all your favorite nerdy TV shows you can’t stop binging. We’ve already got a line on the panel line-up for Thursday …

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Mia Rose Frampton in Trailer for Teen Drama ‘Hope Springs Eternal’

Hope Springs Eternal Trailer

Mia Rose Frampton in Trailer for Teen Drama ‘Hope Springs Eternal’ by Alex Billington July 6, 2018Source: YouTube “Who cares if you’re sorry, you have to do something about it.” Samuel Goldwyn Films has debuted the official trailer for a dramatic comedy for teens titled Hope Springs Eternal, from a …

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The Week in Movie News: Villain Roles for Jim Carrey and Idris Elba, a ‘Child’s Play’ Reboot and More | Movie News

Suicide Squad

Need a quick recap of the past week in movie news? Here are the highlights:   BIG NEWS Keri Russell heads to Star Wars: Actress Keri Russell is in talks to reunite with her Felicity and Mission: Impossible III director, J.J. Abrams, for an undisclosed role in Star Wars: Episode IX, the …

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The Best Star Wars Battle Just Happened in The Comics

by Andrew Dyce – on Jul 07, 2018 in Comics The best battle in Star Wars history just happened, but not in a movie – it’s in the comic book. The Star Wars comic series from Marvel, to be exact, following Leia, Luke, and Han in previously-unseen adventures of the …

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