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Joivan Wade Is Cyborg In “Doom Patrol”

  DC Entertainment has announced that Joivan Wade (“The First Purge,” ‘Doctor Who”) has joined the cast of the live-action “Doom Patrol” series for the DC Universe streaming service. The series follows a band of super-powered freaks who fight for a world that wants nothing to do with them. Wade …

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Saulnier’s “Dark” Has A Major Body Count

  “Green Room” and “Blue Ruin” filmmaker Jeremy Saulnier has released the first photo from his upcoming feature thriller “Hold the Dark” at Netflix. Additionally he’s spoken about the film and confirms it’s the goriest of his three films so far. He tells Empire: “This film has so many firsts …

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New “Maisel,” “Sunny” & “Fear” Promo Clips

  More TV promo trailers today starting with Amazon Prime Video releasing a new teaser trailer for the upcoming second season of its Golden Globe Award-winning series “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” which has Zachary Levi joining the cast in a recurring role. Amy Sherman-Palladino created the dramedy about a 1958 …

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Sony Scraps “Silver & Black” For Solo Films

  “Venom” isn’t even out yet, but it looks like the switch of that film from a likely R to a PG-13 is just the start of some major re-tooling of Sony’s planned mini cinematic universe. Variety reports that the studio will likely scrap its proposed “Silver & Black” film …

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Marvel Appeals To Disney For Gunn Re-Hire

  Walt Disney Pictures is currently in the middle of negotiations regarding the departure of James Gunn from the “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” franchise. When offensive joke tweets from almost a decade ago resurfaced last month via a conservative blog, Disney quickly fired him on the spot. Now …

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Winding Refn Will Stick With TV For Now

  As part of a new feature piece for Indiewire in which he discusses his new Amazon TV series, “Drive” and “Only God Forgives” filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn has also spoken about the current state of feature filmmaking and didn’t hold back on the industry. Refn’s series “Too Old to …

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ABC Was The Oscar Changes Instigator

  Further details have come to light in the wake of yesterday’s shock announcement regarding the addition of a ‘Popular Movie’ category at the annual Academy Awards event. Variety has posted a report suggesting the changes that have just been announced were the result of pressure from Disney-ABC Television Group …

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Margot Kidder’s Passing Ruled A Suicide

  The death back in May of “Superman” and “The Amityville Horror” actress Margot Kidder has now been ruled a suicide according to the Associated Press. Kidder’s daughter, Maggie McGuane, told the trade on Wednesday that she knew her mother had died by suicide and Park County Coroner Richard Wood …

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Brie Larson In Talks For “Just Mercy”

  Brie Larson is in final negotiations to re-team with her “Short Term 12” director Destin Cretton for his next film “Just Mercy” at Warner Bros. Pictures. Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx are also on board the true story film in which Jordan plays Bryan Stevenson, a gifted young …

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“The Meg” Heads For A Soft $20M Opening

  Maybe they should’ve gone for the R-rating after all. THR reports that Jon Turteltaub‘s big-budget sci-fi creature feature “The Meg” is on track for a soft $20-22 million domestic opening. For a film that cost a whopping $130 million officially ($150 million unofficially), that’s not good but the hope …

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Miyazaki’s Next Film Still Years Away

  Marking the second time he’s come out of retirement, nearly 80-year-old filmmaker and famed perfectionist Hayao Miyazaki is understandably taking his time to complete his next movie “Kimitachi wa dô ikiru ka” (aka. How Do You Live?”). The “Spirited Away” and “Castle in the Sky” helmer previously said late …

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James Wan Confirms No “Aquaman” Cameos

  Filmmaker James Wan has confirmed that despite being set in the ‘Worlds of DC’ universe, his upcoming “Aquaman” film at Warner Bros. Pictures will not feature any cameos from any of the other “Justice League” heroes. Talking to EW, he explains his vision was to focus the film’s story …

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Patrick Wilson Joins Emmerich’s “Midway”

  Patrick Wilson (“The Conjuring,” “Aquaman”) is set to join Luke Evans and Woody Harrelson in Roland Emmerich’s big-budget WW2 action film “Midway” for AGC Studios and Centropolis Entertainment. Based on the true story of the Battle of Midway which was a major turning point in the Pacific theater of …

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“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Remains Intact At NBC

  With beloved comedy series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” making the move from FOX to NBC, there is understandable concern that the show might undergo some creative overhaul as well – even though NBC Universal was already the producer of the show. Fear not. Despite the midseason start and shorter episode run, …

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Ben Schwartz To Voice “Sonic the Hedgehog”

  Actor and comedian Ben Schwartz has been tapped to voice the title character in the live-action/CG hybrid “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie at Paramount Pictures. James Marsden, Tika Sumpter and Jim Carrey also star in the film based on the classic SEGA games about a superfast blue hedgehog named Sonic …

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