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Criterion Plans “Tree of Life” Extended Cut

  A considerably longer version of Terrence Malick’s Palme d’Or winning 2011 film “The Tree of Life” is coming to the Criterion Collection with a rep confirming a new take that’s almost an hour longer and comes in just short of three hours long at 179 minutes. The movie became …

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New “Halloween” Ending Getting Tweaked

  Filming on the new “Halloween” wrapped in February, but the crew will be returning to Charleston, South Carolina for a small bit of additional filming according to Bloody Disgusting. The site reports that the film is reportedly going back to “tweak” the ending following a recent test screening. Blumhouse …

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“Lost in La Mancha” To Get A Sequel

  Terry Gilliam’s “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” is finally slated to premiere at Cannes next weekend after a troubled production history that spans nearly three decades. The film famously came close to being made in 2000 with shooting beginning before the project fell apart due to natural disaster, …

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“Star Wars” Series Set 7 Years Post-“Jedi”

  Filmmaker Jon Favreau is joining the “Star Wars” universe soon with his involvement in a new live-action “Star Wars” series for Disney’s upcoming streaming service. The announcement came a while back, but there were zero details regarding what the series would actually be about. Now finally, Favreau himself has …

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Universal Scores Chastain Spy Thriller “355”

  Universal has picked up U.S. rights to the female ensemble-led spy thriller “355” starring the powerhouse team of Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o, Penelope Cruz, Marion Cotillard, and Fan Bingbing. The deal cost more than $20 million, with producers now aiming to sell to other markets in order to finance …

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CW Renews “iZombie,” Ditches “Wayward”

  The CW has renewed its on the bubble series “iZombie” for a fifth season just as the show is currently in the midst of its fourth season. While the renewal was good news, it was tinged with disappointment as the network has passed on the proposed “Supernatural” spin-off “Wayward …

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Animated Trailer: “The Death of Superman”

  A decade ago, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation released “Superman: Doomsday,” a VERY loose adaptation of the iconic comics storyline “Death of Superman” and a direct-to-video film that has largely been forgotten in recent years. Now the company is having a go at the same story again, this …

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Networks Cancel “Scorpion,” “Great News”

  CBS has cancelled both its think tank-themed drama procedural series “Scorpion” after four seasons, and its workplace comedy “Superior Donuts” after two seasons. Additionally, NBC has axed its workplace/family comedy “Great News” after two seasons. “Scorpion,” which followed a team of genius misfits who work as a Homeland Security …

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New “Incredibles 2” Clip As Tickets Go On Sale

  Disney Pictures has released a new sneak peek at the “Incredibles” sequel which shows off plenty of new footage including looks at a bunch of new supers and heralds the arrival of pre-sale tickets which are now available. The new film sees Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) off on a mission …

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NBC Picks Up “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

  It looks like FOX’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” has been saved from cancellation with actress Stephanie Beatriz, who plays Rosa Diaz on the series, tweeting out NBC has picked up the series for a sixth season. Subsequently, other cast and crew members and the network itself confirmed the news. Hulu was …

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Milla Jovovich To Lead “Monster Hunter” Film

  “Resident Evil” franchise director Paul W.S. Anderson, producer Jeremy Bolt and star Milla Jovovich are all set to reunite at Constantin Film for their next potential video game-to-film franchise – “Monster Hunter”. The story of the film follows an ordinary man in a dead end job who discovers that …

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ABC Cancels “Crossing,” “Deception,” “Inhumans”

  ABC has officially cancelled its freshman dramas “Inhumans,” “Deception,” “The Crossing,” and “Kevin Probably Saves the World” after one season each. Marvel and IMAX’s “Inhumans,” which was co-produced by Marvel Television and ABC Studios, proved nothing short of a disaster and its cancellation was seemingly assured (but not official) …