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Halloween Kills Has Almost No Deleted Scenes Because David Gordon Green Hates Wasting Money [Exclusive]

"Halloween Kills" is finally making it way to theaters after a Covid-induced delay, and director David Gordon Green along with producer Jason Blum are ready for folks to see it.In an interview with /Film's Jack Giroux, Blum shared that the film didn't change too much from when it was originally supposed to premiere in October 2020. "I think we got to spend a little more time with it, but the movie that you saw existed 12 months ago. It hasn't changed from when we were going to release it last ye...
Tags: Movies, News, Green, David, Jason Blum, Blu Ray, David Gordon Green, Blum, Blumhouse Productions, Halloween Kills, Jack Giroux Blum, Blum Halloween Kills

Halloween Kills Producer Jason Blum On Why Sequels Are Difficult [Interview]

In 2018, Blumhouse surpassed expectations with "Halloween," David Gordon Green's sequel to John Carpenter's 1978 slasher classic. Surpassing expectations wasn't anything new to Blumhouse, but the production company delivered a hit reboot that most audiences weren't expecting. Not just a hit, but more importantly, a well-liked return to the world of Laurie Strode and Michael Myers. Three years later, the horror icons return in "Halloween Kills." "Halloween" is one of the bigger Blumhouse titles. ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, David, John, Leigh Whannell, Jason Blum, Ouija, John Carpenter, Mike, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Michael Myers, Mike Flanagan, Laurie Strode, Scott Derrickson?You

29% Of Fans Said This Was The Best Season Of Schitt's Creek

(Welcome to Survey Says, a feature where we conduct a movie-related survey for a random group of people and explain why they're completely right, completely wrong, or somewhere in between.)Canadian comedy series "Schitt's Creek" is a prime example of the type of show that easily could have faded into obscurity in the era of Peak TV. But thanks to stellar writing, pitch-perfect performances, an all-important bump in popularity when it began streaming on Netflix, and a wonderful balance between sa...
Tags: Television, Movies, New York City, Ted, David, Netflix, Roland, Rose, Moira, Patrick, Johnny, Stevie, Creek, Alexis, Michael Emerson, Schitt

13 Movies Like The Wolf Of Wall Street That Are Definitely Worth Watching

"The Wolf of Wall Street" is one of the best films of the 21st century. Martin Scorsese has never lost his touch, but his biographical dark comedy quickly ranked among his finest work. Scorsese is no stranger to long runtimes, but crafting a three-hour black comedy that's consistently engaging is an amazing achievement.Scorsese set the all-time record for the most swearing in a film, and the movie's excessive sex, drugs, and general debauchery courted controversy throughout its release. Some Aca...
Tags: New York, London, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Wall Street, New York City, America, Fbi, Afghanistan, David, Croc, Bud, Oliver Stone, Leonardo Dicaprio, Steven Soderbergh, Josh Brolin

Halloween Kills Interview: Anthony Michael Hall on Portraying Tommy Doyle

The highly anticipated horror film Halloween Kills is out this week and marks the return of Michael Myers. Joining a cast filled with returning faces is Anthony Michael Hall as Tommy Doyle, who was previously portrayed by Brian Andrews and Paul Rudd. “Minutes after Laurie Strode, her daughter Karen and granddaughter Allyson left masked monster Michael Myers caged and burning in Laurie’s basement, Laurie is rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, believing she finally killed her li...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Horror, Karen, David, Jamie Lee Curtis, Nancy, Michael, Jamie, Kyle, Myers, Lindsay, Carpenter, Tommy, Laurie, Haddonfield

Fever Dream Interview: Director Claudia Llosa & Author Samanta Schweblin Talk Netflix Adaptation

Horror-thriller Fever Dream is now streaming on Netflix. Based on the Spanish novel, it takes place in Argentina and deals with several environmental problems in the country. “A young woman lies dying far from home. A boy sits beside her.  She is not his mother. He is not her child,” says the official synopsis. “Together, they tell a haunting story of broken souls, an invisible threat, and the power and desperation of family.” ComingSoon Editor-in-Chief spoke with Fever Dream director Claudia Ll...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Spain, David, Netflix, Argentina, Streaming, Amanda, Claudia, Claudia Llosa, ComingSoon, Movie News, Megan McDowell, Samanta Schweblin, Samanta, Claudia She

Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 11 Trailer: Larry David Loves Humanity, Hates People

Larry David is on a roll. The curmudgeonly creator of HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" only produced two seasons of the acclaimed comedy series during the entire decade of the 2010s (in 2011 and 2017), but with a completed season last year and an upcoming new season in 2021, he seems to have settled into a creative groove.Today, HBO released a full trailer for the eleventh season of the show, which gives us a glimpse at some of the season's big guest stars as well as Larry's latest annoyances. Curb ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, David, Jon Hamm, Trailers, Seth Rogen, Julie Bowen, Larry David, Andy, Brooks, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Larry, Richard Kind, Richard Lewis

Stellan Skarsgaard & Dave Bautista Interview: Dune

The latest adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune is making its way to the screen on October 22 when the film premieres in theaters and on HBO Max. The film features an incredible cast and epic science fiction story with warring factions, alien races, and political scheming. Including in this cast are Stellan Skarsgård as Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, the leader of House Harkonnen and enemy of Duke Leto Atreides (Oscar Isaac), and his nephew, Glossu Rabban played by Dave Bautista. Screen Rant spoke to ...
Tags: Hbo, Greece, Entertainment, Tech, Dave, David, Denis, Abba, Dune, Frank Herbert, Mamma Mia, Denis Villeneuve, Bautista, Dave Bautista, Skarsgård, Stellan

10 Brendan Fraser Performances You Need To Revisit

Remembered for his classic good looks and nostalgic charm, it is impossible not to love Brendan Fraser. Not only has he been a part of the most memorable movies of the last few decades, but Fraser continues to make an impact on generations of movie-goers. From his action-centric roles to his more kid-friendly performances, Fraser's body of work is truly something to admire. And as the Brendan Fraser renaissance continues to take shape thanks to the likes of "Doom Patrol," "No Sudden Move," and M...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, David, Harvard University, Connecticut, Broadway, Christopher Walken, Bill, Vietnam, Steve Buscemi, Bill Condon, Humphrey Bogart, SilverStone, Boone

The Many Saints Of Newark Cinematographer Treated 'No Bullsh*t' As A Mantra [Interview]

Kramer Morgenthau has had a remarkable year. The cinematographer, who's currently in Boston working on the musical "Spirited," shot both "Respect" and "The Many Saints of Newark." Both period pieces are striking contrasts, expressing a wide range in visual storytelling. They're epics covering years in time, and yet, have an intimacy about them.  The Aretha Franklin biopic wasn't the only movie that had Morgenthau thinking about music, though. The cinematographer, who's shot many music videos and...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, News, Aretha Franklin, Boston, David, New Jersey, David Chase, Miles Davis, Newark, Terry Gilliam, Alan, Tony, Jennifer Hudson, Franklin

Ani-Gamers Podcast #163 – Star Wars Is Anime

Much to our chagrin it’s time to talk about Star Wars content. Evan reviews Star Wars: Visions , a surprisingly varied anthology from star anime creators like Hiroyuki Imaishi and Eunyoung Choi. But before that, David and Evan discuss the final Smash Bros. Ultimate character (yes, it’s Sora), the upcoming Super Mario Bros. animated movie, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl , and Metroid Fusion . Lots to talk about this episode, including a full rundown of every short in Visions ! Topics incl...
Tags: Star Wars, Video Games, David, Nintendo, Mario, Super Smash Bros, Anime, Chris Pratt, Shell, Mario Bros, Kingdom Hearts, Evan, Metroid, Evan Minto, Scott Gratton, Hiroyuki Imaishi

Scream First Look: Neve Campbell And Courtney Cox Go Back To School

It looks like the fifth time is the charm for the Ghostface franchise as Paramount (via Entertainment Weekly) debuts the first look photos from "Scream," the 2022 sequel that reunites surviving members of the original cast along with some fresh new blood. There are over a dozen new photos to pour over, including our introductions to series newcomers Jenna Ortega as Tara, Melissa Barrera as Sam, Jack Quaid as Richie, Jasmin Savoy Brown as Mindy, Mikey Madison as Amber, Mason Gooding as Chad, Kyle...
Tags: Movies, News, David, LIV, Courtney Cox, David Arquette, Wes Craven, Gillet, Neve, Courteney, Neve Campbell, Dylan Minnette, Marley Shelton, Jenna Ortega, Tyler Gillett, Matt Bettinelli Olpin

The Voice 21: Biggest News Stories From The Cast This Week (Oct 8)

As the competition heats up on The Voice season 21, this has been another eventful week of news stories, from coach Ariana Grande getting mixed reactions to Ed Sheeran joining the show as a mentor. With the introduction of Ariana as a new coach, The Voice season 21 premiered on Monday, September 20 on NBC. Since then, dozens of aspiring singers have performed in their Blind Auditions for a chance to join one of the coaches' teams.Alas, it's been harder than ever for coaches Kelly Clarkson...
Tags: Nbc, Entertainment, Tech, David, Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande, John Legend, Voice, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Ari, Ariana, Team Blake, NBC Since, Kelly Clarkson Blake Shelton, David Vogel

Netflix’s 2021 Holiday Slate Includes Films, Series & Specials

Netflix has revealed the streamer’s 2021 holiday slate with 28 new additions including films, series, and specials beginning November 1. You can check out the full slate below! RELATED: Netflix’s Locke & Key Season 2 Trailer: New Magic Will Be Forged November 1 The Claus Family When his grandfather suddenly falls ill, holiday-hating Jules learns of his family’s magical legacy and realizes he’s the only hope to save Christmas. Directed by: Matthias Temmermans Written by: Matthias Temmermans and...
Tags: TV, Movies, California, Scotland, La, Holiday, David, Netflix, Hawaii, TV News, Streaming, Norway, Jim Broadbent, Santa, Raul, Keanu Reeves

The Schitt’s Creek Monopoly game is simply the best… at least as far as Monopoly games go.

If you’ve been missing your “Ew, David!” fix, or Moira’s capacious vocabulary (see what I did there?), I give you the ultimate family game night board game: The brand new Schitt’s Creek Monopoly game. Let’s just say that if you are ever going to get me to play Monopoly, this is the version that will […]
Tags: Games, Shopping, David, Humor, Pop Culture, Board Games, Moira, Gifts For Women, Gifts For Men, Entertainment + Media, Gifts For Teens + Tweens, Toys + Playthings, Creek Monopoly

The 14 Best '80s Halloween Movies To Watch This Spooky Season

The '80s is a decade that conjures up a great deal of nostalgia. For many of us who grew up in the era, Friday nights were often spent perusing the local video store for the latest VHS releases. And when Halloween rolled around, we'd head to the horror section to make our picks, seeking something a bit spookier to match the season. This year, as autumn kicks into high gear, you might find yourself in the mood to relive those simpler times by cueing up some classic '80s Halloween fare. Well, if y...
Tags: Halloween, UK, London, Movies, Geena Davis, New York City, Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Disney, David, Maine, Guillermo Del Toro, Jack, Sam, Alec Baldwin, King

The 15 Best Spielberg Protagonists Ranked

Over past 50 years, Steven Spielberg has been one of the prolific and successful directors in Hollywood, with more hits under his belt than almost any other filmmaker. His work, whether historical drama or action adventure, is deeply human, and one of his most unique qualities is how easily he makes audiences fell in love with the universes that he creates. In order to do this, Spielberg needs both characters that spark the imagination, and actors with the charisma and talent to breathe life int...
Tags: Post, Hollywood, Movies, Washington Post, France, Indianapolis, Artificial Intelligence, David, Ford, Meryl Streep, Leonardo Dicaprio, Drew Barrymore, Jurassic Park, Liam Neeson, Graham, Mark Rylance

Week of October 5 New Releases | 4K, Blu-ray, Digital, and DVD

Welcome to ComingSoon’s week of October 5 new releases column. We’ve highlighted this week’s 4K, Blu-ray, Digital HD, and DVD releases below.  Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon or other retailers. Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Escape Room: Tournament of Champions The sequel to the box-office hit psychological thriller that terrified audiences around the world. In this installment, six people unwittingly find themselves locked in another series of escape rooms, slowly uncovering ...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, TV, Movies, Australia, John Cleese, Stephen King, Digital, David, Nba, Cape Town, TV News, Anime, Lebron James, Melbourne, Cia

The Exorcist Reboot Will Be 'Fresh, New' And 'Really, Really Scary,' Jason Blum Promises

With the "Purge" siren still winding down and the battery still beeping on the "Paranormal Activity" franchise, Blumhouse has dipped their hands into another horror honeypot: The Exorcist franchise.As David Gordon Green's Blum-backed "Halloween" excised everything beyond John Carpenter's first two original Michael Myers tales, the new "Exorcist" project aims to continue the original 1973 William Friedkin film about the demonic possession of a young girl while pretending that its other sequels ne...
Tags: Movies, News, David, Jason Blum, John Carpenter, Regan, Ellen Burstyn, Burstyn, Linda Blair, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Blum, Michael Myers, William Friedkin, Danny McBride, MacNeil

Batwoman Season 3 Episode 2 Synopsis Confirms Killer Croc Appearance

A new synopsis for Batwoman's upcoming episode confirms Killer Croc's appearance in season 3. The series created by Caroline Dries for The CW began airing in 2019 as a part of the network's Arrowverse franchise. Initially, the show focused on the adventures of Ruby Rose's Kate Kane, as she becomes Gotham City's new vigilante following the disappearance of her billionaire-philanthropist cousin Bruce Wayne. But Rose quit Batwoman after season 1, forcing the show to find a new heroine for season 2...
Tags: Entertainment, Tech, Gotham, David, Batwoman, Gotham City, Batman, Kate, Cw, Jada, Alice, Ruby Rose, David Ayer, Mary, Luke, Ryan

Michael Gandolfini On Playing A Young Tony Soprano: 'Everyone Trusted Me'

"The Many Saints of Newark," creator David Chase's movie prequel to "The Sopranos" TV series, is ringing in the month of October in theaters and on HBO Max. The film's young star, Michael Gandolfini, is the son of the late James Gandolfini, and he takes over the iconic role of Tony Soprano that his father originated.Playing such a famous character — and having your parent's shadow hang over you — comes with a lot of pressure. Michael was only 8 years old when "The Sopranos" aired its finale in 2...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, David, Ocean, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Leonardo Dicaprio, Robert De Niro, Paul Thomas Anderson, David Chase, James Gandolfini, Newark, Scorsese, Anderson, Michael, Martin Scorsese

The 18 Best Horror Movies On Shudder Right Now

Remember when there were only a handful of streaming services, and subscribing to one or two was a clever way to cut costs instead of paying for cable? We've since been so inundated with different streaming platforms that to subscribe to them all is essentially just giving yourself a curated (but not much cheaper) cable package. That said, if there are specific things you're interested in, genre-specific streaming services like Shudder can be a great opportunity to make sure you're surrounded by...
Tags: Japan, England, Hollywood, London, Movies, Bela Lugosi, Vincent Price, America, David, House, Italy, Guillermo Del Toro, Marilyn Monroe, Tigers, Dennis Hopper, Francis

The Umbrella Academy Season 3 Checks into Hotel Oblivion for 2022 Return

In celebration of the Hargreeves siblings’ birthday, Netflix has released a brand new promo for the highly-anticipated third season of The Umbrella Academy, confirming that the dysfunctional superpowered family will make their return in 2022. It has also been confirmed that some episodes of the new season will take place at Hotel Oblivion, which was the title of Gerard Way’s third volume in The Umbrella Academy comics. Further details about Season 3’s plot are still being kept under wraps, but g...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, David, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Comic Book, Dallas Texas, Christopher, Sloane, Allison, Eisner, Vanya, Tom Hopper, Gerard Way

David Chase Signs Huge HBO Deal, Could This Mean More Sopranos?

"The Sopranos" prequel movie "The Many Saints of Newark" is now streaming on HBO Max, and it's not going to be the last time we'll see something new from "Sopranos" creator David Chase on HBO. Chase has just signed a five-year, first-look deal to develop content for HBO, HBO Max, and Warner Bros. Pictures Group. As of right now, there's no indication of what Chase is going to end up making, but everyone will automatically assume this means more "Sopranos." Again: there's no confirmation of that ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, David, Chase, David Chase, Newark, Warner Bros, Uproxx, Terry, Tony, Rockford, Tony Soprano, Toby Emmerich, Gandolfini, Warners

The Many Saints Of Newark Director Alan Taylor On The Big Question That Lingers Over The Film [Interview]

Alan Taylor's direction in "The Many Saints of Newark," as "The Sopranos" creator David Chase called it, is "no bullsh*t." Taylor had worked for Chase before, having directed several standout episodes of the original HBO series. And with the prequel film, Taylor was still working directly with Chase. They didn't always see eye-to-eye, even on the ending, but Taylor always felt he was heard by his collaborator. The director received acclaim for his work in television before he transitioned to fea...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, David, Chase, David Chase, Newark, Taylor, Ray, Don, Harold, Tony, Sally, Johnny, Vera, Jon Bernthal

The Umbrella Academy Season 3 Confirmed For 2022, Will Take Place At The Hotel Oblivion

Today is a big day for fans of Netflix's "The Umbrella Academy": it's October 1, the date in which the show's main characters were born under mysterious circumstances. To celebrate, Netflix has revealed a new teaser video on the show's official page (it's in the "Trailers and More" section) which reveals two things: "The Umbrella Academy" season 3 will premiere in 2022, and the third season will take place (at least partially) at the "Hotel Oblivion." What Is The Hotel Oblivion? "Hotel Oblivion"...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, California, David, Netflix, Reginald, Gerard Way, Umbrella Academy, Reginald Hargreeves, Spaceboy, Steve Blackman, Aidan Gallagher, Ben Justin H Min, Umbrella Academy Season, Sparrow Academy

How The Many Saints Of Newark Star John Magaro Stepped Into Steven Van Zandt's Shoes [Interview]

"The Sopranos" is a show full of larger-than-life characters, and that is especially true about Silvio Dante. Actor Steven Van Zandt is a tough act to follow -- there's just nobody else like him. And yet, actor John Magaro stepped comfortably into his shoes for the new prequel film, "The Many Saints of Newark." For the actor, it was an intimidating role for a variety of reasons.Helping to both ease and maybe heighten any fears was his own friendship with Van Zandt, who worked on "Sopranos" creat...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Dave, David, David Chase, Newark, Alan, Steve Buscemi, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, Spielberg, Steve, Michael, Steven, Tony

Jason Blum Says Day-And-Date Release For Halloween Kills Was His Idea

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the movie industry in more ways than we know, but one change has become abundantly clear: Hybrid releases are all the rage. In the early months of the pandemic, Warner Bros. made big waves when it announced the plan to release its entire 2021 movie slate on HBO Max and in theaters simultaneously. Nearly a year later, with theaters across the country finally reopened, hybrid releases aren't really fading away.Paramount has gotten comfortable debuting family films...
Tags: Movies, News, David, Canada, United States, Warner Bros, North America, Jason Blum, Paramount, Clifford, Jamie, Vince Vaughn, Collider, Blumhouse, Blum, Freaky

Why You've Got Mail Is Dated In The Most Fun Way Possible

In 1998 the late, great filmmaker Nora Ephron — patron saint of the cutesy romantic comedy — devised a plan to duplicate the success of her 1993 hit "Sleepless in Seattle" by reuniting America's sweethearts Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in a loose remake of Ernst Lubitsch's 1940 classic "The Shop Around the Corner," set in her hometown of New York City. What Ephron wound up with was, while wildly successful at the time, a movie that seems to encompass so many distinctly dated '90s motifs when viewed th...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, New York City, America, Tom Hanks, David, Budapest, Aol, Ibm, Starbucks, Warner Bros, Nora Ephron, Seattle, Marvel Studios, Dave Chappelle, Stewart

The 10 Apple TV Shows That Justify A Subscription

With multiple Emmy Award wins for "Ted Lasso" and the launch of prestige titles like "Foundation," Apple TV+ has been gaining momentum, becoming more of a must-have for viewers in the streaming age. Unlike the big guns — Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+ — Apple TV+ isn't a service that gives you access to an extensive library of old movie titles. It relies more on new and original content.As a result, it has had to up its acquisition game. We already put together a list of 10 Apple TV+ m...
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