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“Batwoman” Backlash Sees Rose Exit Twitter

  When The CW announced the casting of Ruby Rose as Batwoman, it seemed like a natural fit. On the one had you have a charismatic Australian lesbian actress with a unique style and so far fairly solid early film career making the switch to TV. On top of that, …

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Disney Begins Production On Live-Action “Mulan”

  Disney Pictures has officially announced the start of production on their live-action feature adaptation of its 1998 animated film “Mulan”. Shooting will take place on location in New Zealand and China for a March 27th 2020 release. The epic adventure follows a fearless young woman who masquerades as a …

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Sony Plans A “Designing Women” Revival

  Sony Pictures TV is reportedly developing a revival of the classic 1990s sitcom “Designing Women” with original creator Linda Bloodworth-Thomason also onboard. The series, which ran from 1986 to 1993, centered on the lives of four women and one man working together at an Atlanta interior design firm. Dixie …

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Full Trailer: Steve McQueen’s “Widows”

  Following the teaser back in June, 20th Century Fox has now released the full trailer for “Shame” and “12 Years a Slave” filmmaker contemporary Chicago-set thriller Steve McQueen’s “Widows”. A remake of the 1980s Lynda La Plante mini-series, the story begins when an armed robbery goes wrong and the …

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First Stills Arrive From Netflix’s “Sabrina”

  Netflix has released the first official stills from “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” the upcoming TV series adaptation of the Archie Comics title and what is effectively a dark reboot of the “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” franchise. Set to debut October 26th, the horror series follows a young teen witch …

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Ethan Peck Is Spock In “Star Trek: Discovery”

  Ethan Peck (“In Time,” “Eden”) has been cast as Spock in the upcoming second season of CBS All Access and Netflix’s “Star Trek: Discovery”. Spock has been teased as a major figure in the show’s second season with the character having a serious personal link to the show’s lead …

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First Trailer: “The Guilty” – Dark Horizons

  The first trailer has been released for the high-concept and contained Danish thriller “The Guilty” which has been scoring rave reviews across film festivals throughout the year. Jakob Cedergren stars as a cop recently demoted to the night shift as an emergency dispatch responder. The boredom suddenly changes when …

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Mike Moh Is Bruce Lee In Tarantino’s “Hollywood”

  Last month came word that actor Mike Moh (“Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist,” “Inhumans”) had scored a supporting role in Quentin Tarantino’s currently filming 1969 Los Angeles-set ensemble piece “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”. At the time it wasn’t clear what role he would play. Today, The Wrap has …

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Quick News: Zone, Antlers, Atypical, Spider-Man

  The Twilight Zone “Get Out” filmmaker Jordan Peele has confirmed that the upcoming revival of “The Twilight Zone” will feature somebody in the role of the host that Rod Sterling previously held in the original 1959 version. Peele says no one has filled the role and that he himself …

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MoviePass Now Restricted To Two Films

  A week ago came the news that in an effort to stay solvent, movie ticketing subscription service MoviePass opted not to proceed with a $14.95 price hike. Instead, it kept itself restricted to a $9.95 subscription plan. However, its one movie ticket a day plan was thrown out the …

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New Details On McDonald’s Monopoly Film

  The other week came word of a high profile film deal for the rights to The Daily Beast article “How an Ex-Cop Rigged McDonald’s Monopoly Game and Stole Millions”. Ultimately it was 20th Century Fox and Ben Affleck and Matt Damon’s Pearl Street Films which won a fierce bidding …

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Photo Gallery: Fall’s 2018 Biggest Films

  With the Fall film season only a few weeks away, Entertainment Weekly has done a photo gallery with new stills from nearly five dozen of the biggest films opening before year’s end. Amongst them are new shots from “Suspiria,” “Creed 2,” “The Predator,” “Halloween,” “Mary Poppins Returns,” “First Man,” …

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First Photo: Shia LaBeouf In “Tax Collector”

  “Suicide Squad” director David Ayer has premiered the first photo of 32-year-old Shia LaBeouf in the upcoming crime thriller “The Tax Collector”. LaBeouf and Ayer previously worked on 2014’s “Fury”. Here they star in an original story but plot and character details are under wraps. Chris Long (“Mr. Mercedes”) …

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Berg Reveals Scrapped “Rundown 2” Details

  2003’s “The Rundown,” also known as “Welcome to the Jungle” in some circles, helped launch the career of Dwayne Johnson and teamed him up with “American Pie” alum Seann William Scott and blossoming action director Peter Berg. Berg is back in cinemas this month with the Mark Wahlberg-led “Mile …

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“Meg” Takes $44M Chomp Out Of Box-Office

  The Jason Statham-led “The Meg” beat expectations and scored a whopping $44.5 million opening at the box-office, more than doubling industry tracking estimates going into the weekend. “Meg” earned mixed reviews from critics and a good, but not great, B+ CinemaScore from audiences. Nevertheless should go on to snag …

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