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“Panther” Writer On The Tony Stark Problem

  Appearing at a SXSW panel over the weekend, “Black Panther” co-writer Joe Robert Cole spoke about the Marvel Cinematic Universe and how, if “Iron Man” was released today, it probably wouldn’t work as it did back then due to the change of politics and cultural attitudes. Tony Stark is, …

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“Fantastic Beasts” Sequel Trailer Tomorrow

  Warner Bros. has released a tease for the first trailer for “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” which is set to go online tomorrow. Fans everywhere are encouraged to join together, via social media with the hashtag #WandsReady, as the adventure in the Wizarding World continues in the new …

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Eccleston Hated Being In “Thor” & “GI Joe”

  As part of a new profile piece for The Guardian, acclaimed thespian Christopher Eccleston has spoken about some of his past work and, as usual, is brutally honest about his time in those films and shows – quite a few of which he didn’t care for. Talking about some …

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Huge Voice Cast For Apple’s “Central Park”

  Apple has beat out several others to acquire the animated musical comedy series “Central Park” from 20th Century Fox TV and given the project a two-season, 26-episode straight-to-series order. “Bob’s Burgers” creator Loren Bouchard created and co-writes the series with Nora Smith and actor-writer Josh Gad. Gad also lends …

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McKellen, Mirren Team On Condon’s “Liar”

  Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren are set to star in the Bill Condon-directed thriller “The Good Liar” for New Line Cinema. Based on the novel by Nicholas Searle, McKellen plays career con artist Roy Courtnay who attempts one last big score after meeting a wealthy widow named Betty McLeish …

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“The Americans” Final Season Trailer

  FX have released the trailer for the sixth and final season of its critically acclaimed Cold War spy drama “The Americans”. In the new season, which runs for a shorter ten episode length, KGB spies Philip (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth Jennings (Keri Russell) struggle to keep their cover as …

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Cameron Diaz Won’t Return To Acting?

  After knocking out three to four films per year each year between 2010-2014, actress Cameron Diaz suddenly stopped making movies with the “Annie” remake being her last film. Diaz, who is still a young 45 years old, decided by choice to walk away and her “The Sweetest Thing” co-star …

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Jason Todd Is Coming To “Titans”

  It has been revealed that the seventh episode of the live-action “Titans” TV series will be titled “Jason Todd,” suggesting some sort of appearance in the series from the second Robin who replaced Dick Grayson. We know the series will tell the story of Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites) and …

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Collette, Russo, Malkovich Join Gilroy’s Next

  Acting veterans Toni Collette, John Malkovich, Rene Russo along with Daveed Diggs (“Hamilton”), Tom Sturridge (“On the Road”), Zawe Ashton (“Nocturnal Animals”), Natalia Dyer (“Stranger Things”) are all set to join “Nightcrawler” and “Roman J. Israel, Esq.” director Dan Gilroy’s third directorial effort which has been setup at Netflix. …

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“Dark Phoenix” Offers Drama Over Action

  Many of the complaints about “X-Men: Apocalypse” tied to the film using bombast and spectacle over any actual story arc or character development. Tye Sheridan, who starred as Scott Summers (a.k.a. Cyclops) in the film, says the upcoming follow-up “X-Men: Dark Phoenix” is focused much more on drama this …

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Killmonger’s Father Says He’s A Villain

  One of the most interesting topics of discussion about “Black Panther” has been that of Michael B. Jordan’s sympathetic villain Erik Killmonger. A complex character, the mercenary is fuelled by righteous anger and driven by both personal pain and noble motives. However, the means to his ends include arms …

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Eisenberg Keen To Return As Lex Luthor

  Currently at SXSW for a documentary he produced, actor Jesse Eisenberg spoke briefly with Variety about his role as Superman’s arch-nemesis Lex Luthor in the DC Films universe. Eisenberg took on the role in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” serving as that film’s main antagonist, and reprised the …

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First Trailer: “Sorry to Bother You”

  Boots Riley’s “Sorry to Bother You” premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival to an interesting reaction. On the one hand reviews were mostly quite good, though the film was a little divisive. Most notably though, all called it outright bizarre with its plot twists and social commentary worked …

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“Wrinkle” Stumbles In Box-Office Launch

  Hurt by weak reviews and a soft B CinemaScore, Ava DuVernay’s “A Wrinkle in Time” film adaptation opened to $33.3 million in second place in North America over the weekend. Sold mostly on both its diversity and themes of self-empowerment, along with Oprah in a lot of glitter make-up, …

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“Ready Player One” Draws Raves At SXSW

  Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi film adaptation of Ernest Cline’s “Ready Player One” premiered at SXSW on Sunday night to strong reviews, even as the screening was hit by a malfunction. During a climatic moment, the sound cut out and then the screen froze up. Organisers replayed the scene, the same …

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