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HBO Max's Harry Potter Quiz Show Will Be Hosted By Helen Mirren

That's kind of weird, right? However, if you think about it, everything about HBO's upcoming "Harry Potter: Hogwarts Tournament of Houses" feels more than a little off. When the quiz show was announced back in May 2021, we questioned its very existence, and things have only become stranger since then. There are, of course, the obvious issues, like the fact that it's hard to be a Harry Potter fan in a world where J.K. Rowling seems hellbent on driving everyone away from the series with her transp...
Tags: News, Television, Slashfilm

Jessica Jones Star Krysten Ritter Really, Really Wants To Play The Marvel Hero Again

"Jessica Jones" may not have the instant name familiarity compared to other Marvel heroes like Captain America or Spider-Man, but after three seasons of a series over at Netflix, star Krysten Ritter managed to drum up a loyal following. Fans were devastated when Netflix canceled the show citing low-ratings as justification, but few were more heartbroken than Ritter. What Did Krysten Ritter Have To Say? As reported in an exclusive interview with Screen Rant, Ritter was asked about the possibility...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, News, Robert Downey Jr, America, Netflix, Jones, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Krysten Ritter, Don, Jessica, Ritter, Chloe, SlashFilm

First Teaser for 'Fluid Time' Romantic Thriller 'Needle in a Timestack'

"Don't regret the past… it's what brings us to where we need to be." Lionsgate has finally unveiled a teaser trailer for the sci-fi romantic thriller Needle in a Timestack, from director / producer John Ridley (of Jimi: All Is by My Side). Set in the near future, the film involves some kind of tech that lets people revisit the past somehow. Nick and Janine live in marital bliss until Janine's ex-husband warps time to try to tear them apart. As Nick's memories begin to disappear, he must deci...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Trailer, Sci-fi, NICK, Orlando, John Ridley, Don, Janine, To Watch, James Kirk, Timestack, Leslie Odom Jr Cynthia Erivo

The Purge 6 Already Has A Script, Will Bring Frank Grillo Back To The Franchise

The Purge will go on. Despite chatter ahead of the release of "The Forever Purge," which hit theaters this summer, that the fifth installment would end the long-running franchise, plans have changed. Now, we have word that Frank Grillo ("The Grey," "Captain America: The Winter Soldier") is set to make his return as Leo Barnes in "The Purge 6," with franchise creator James DeMonaco back in the saddle. The Purge 6 Is A Go In a recent interview with The Playlist, Grillo, who previously starred in "...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, America, Jason Blum, James, Don, Blumhouse, Blum, Grillo, Frank Grillo, Blumhouse Productions, James DeMonaco, DeMonaco, SlashFilm, Leo Barnes

West Side Story Trailer Highlights Tony & Maria’s Star-Crossed Love Affair

20th Century Studios has dropped a new trailer for Steven Spielberg’s long-awaited film adaptation of the classic Broadway musical West Side Story, which is scheduled to arrive in theaters on Friday, December 10. Its current theatrical release will see the film going up against Netflix’s star-studded sci-fi dark comedy Don’t Look Up. The new West Side Story trailer, which you can check out below along with the new poster, highlights the obstacles that will challenge Tony and Maria’s budding roma...
Tags: Video, Movies, Ansel Elgort, Drama, New York City, Netflix, Sharks, Maria, Steven Spielberg, Rita Moreno, Don, Tony, Lin Manuel Miranda, Justin Peck, Gustavo Dudamel, Kevin McCollum

Star Wars: Tales From The Galaxy's Edge — Last Call Review: New Adventures And Gear Make For An Enjoyable Follow-Up

"Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge – Last Call" brings the adventures on Batuu to an end with an update to the virtual reality experience that began last year. Picking up after the first installment of the VR video game, the next chapter puts you at the center of a new quest, this time brought on by one of the familiar faces from Black Spire Outpost in Disney's theme park world of Galaxy's Edge. Dok-Ondar takes a break from running his Den of Antiquities to hire your droid repair technicia...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Disney, James Cameron, Indiana Jones, Cool Stuff, Boba Fett, Don, Padawan, Jedi, Jedi Temple, Rhys Darby, SlashFilm, Batuu, Dok Ondar, Black Spire Outpost

Edgar Wright's Last Night In Soho Got Its Title After A Conversation With Quentin Tarantino

Edgar Wright and Quentin Tarantino are pals, and they even worked together briefly on one film "Grindhouse" back when it was a double feature and not sold separately as Tarantino's "Death Proof" and Robert Rodriguez's "Planet Terror." Wright directed "Don't," one of the funny fake trailers between the two movies. Tarantino also lent DVD commentary to "Hot Fuzz," the middle installment in Wright's Cornetto trilogy. Apparently, it was around the time of "Grindhouse," all those years ago, when Tara...
Tags: Movies, News, Quentin Tarantino, Cillian Murphy, Robert Rodriguez, Edgar Wright, Matt Smith, Tarantino, Soho, Don, Wright, Shaun, Focus Features, Scott Pilgrim, Grindhouse, SlashFilm

The 20 Best Kids Movies Of All Time

There's a common misconception that children's cinema, like children's television and children's literature, doesn't have to be good. Sure, kids may not be the most discerning consumers of media -- just ask any parent who has been forced to watch "Caillou" ad nauseum. But although they don't have as much experience as moviegoers, and they might not necessarily be able to articulate why a film is good or bad, children certainly know when they see something that provokes an emotional response. And...
Tags: England, London, Movies, California, Robin Williams, Boston, Macaulay Culkin, Southeast Asia, Roald Dahl, Disney, US, Los Angeles, Chicago, Debbie Reynolds, Paddington, Maine

Olivia Wilde Debuts Don’t Worry Darling Teaser Starring Florence Pugh

Actress-turned-director Olivia Wilde took to Twitter to confirm the official release date for New Line Cinema’s forthcoming crime drama horror Don’t Worry Darling. Starring Oscar winner Florence Pugh, and Grammy winner Harry Styles, the film is scheduled to make its debut in theaters on September 23, 2022. The announcement also comes with the release of the first Don’t Worry Darling teaser which you can check out below, providing us with the first footage of Pugh’s leading performance. In theat...
Tags: Video, Movies, Drama, Horror, Sydney, Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde, Florence, Chris Pine, Damien Chazelle, Don, Pugh, Carey, Silberman, Wilde, New Line Cinema

First Look at Olivia Wilde's Film 'Don't Worry Darling' Arriving 2022

Hello, darling… New Line Cinema has revealed a first look teaser for the film Don't Worry Darling, the next feature directed by actress Olivia Wilde following her acclaimed debut Booksmart a few years ago. The mysterious suburban crime thriller film is now set to open in September 2022, delayed from initial plans for a release this year. There is not that much known abut this project so far. A 1950's housewife living with her husband in a utopian experimental community begins to worry that h...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Olivia Wilde, Don, To Watch, Asif Ali

Don't Worry Darling: Florence Pugh And Harry Styles Furiously Make Out In Olivia Wilde's Psychological Thriller

Between Greta Gerwig, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Olivia Wilde, I couldn't be more thrilled about this great-actor-to-surprisingly-great-filmmaker pipeline in recent years. Gerwig has quickly established herself as one of the best and most in-demand writer/directors in the business right now and Gyllenhaal's "The Lost Daughter" recently premiered to positive reactions at the Venice Film Festival. After debuting with the very well-received comedy "Booksmart" in 2019, Wilde is now flexing her genre mus...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, News, Trailers, Harry Styles, Nolan, Olivia Wilde, Shia LaBeouf, Florence, Gyllenhaal, Don, Shane, Silberman, Wilde, Gerwig, Katie Silberman

The 13 Best Movies About The Devil Ranked

The devil is terrifying. Whether viewers are persons of faith or not, there's something about the devil that cultivates a distinct, almost existential kind of fear. The name alone, uttered in shadows and whispers, is enough to inspire a perennial, frosty chill. For certain audiences, the devil is very much real. For others, the movies he stars in are so chilling and so raw in their depiction of Old Scratch that until the lights go on, whoever is watching just might find themselves believing, too...
Tags: South Korea, New York, Movies, Los Angeles, Rome, House, Mpaa, Catholic, Roman Polanski, Ed, Greta Gerwig, Swift, Al Pacino, Bell, Devil, Aspen

What To Watch Before Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Film trailers are an act of escalation. At minimum, they exist to make the public aware of a project. At best, a trailer can turn a movie with buzz into something you must see, right now, no excuses. In the forever war for pop-culture dominance, trailers lead the movie studios' charge -- which means they're often battling each other for supremacy. Getting the internet's attention, however, is a perilous task; it's hard to do, and when it backfires, it backfires big.Which is why, on May 10th, 202...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Queens, Andy Serkis, Sony, Tom Brady, Knox, Woody Harrelson, Batman, Deadpool, Edward Norton, Eddie, Tom Hardy, Taboo, Grace, Natural Born Killers

Witness says R. Kelly kept her locked up, assaulted her

By Tom Hays | Associated Press NEW YORK — She was an unsuspecting radio station intern in 2003 when she pursued what she thought would be a career-making interview with a R&B superstar — R. Kelly. Instead, she had a horrific experience while locked in a darkened room for days, she’s now testified years later in lurid detail. She said she still lives with a strong belief she was drugged and violated by Kelly while she was unconscious. “I was sexually assaulted,” the woman told jurors on Thursday ...
Tags: New York, Celebrities, Crime, News, Sexual Assault, California, New York City, Sport, Fbi, Chicago, Soccer, Courts, Associated Press, Salt Lake City, Kobe Bryant, R Kelly

Every Texas Chainsaw Massacre Movie Ranked Worst To Best

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise has an identity crisis that goes deeper than interchangeable skin masks. To mainstream moviegoers in 1974, pleasantly removed from the sloppy-joe stylings of Herschell Gordon Lewis and his ilk, the standard of cinematic bloodletting sat with the black-and-white Bosco of "Night of the Living Dead" -- even "The Exorcist" opted for less sacred bodily fluids. All it took to traumatize a generation was $140,000 and a bunch of Lone Star amateurs. "The Texas Chain ...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Oxford, Mpaa, Dennis Hopper, Renée Zellweger, Viggo Mortensen, Massacre, Don, Hewitt, Motion Picture Association of America, Carson, R Lee Ermey, Sawyer, Henkel

Benedict Cumberbatch Improvised Calling Tony Stark A 'Douchebag' In Avengers: Infinity War

Don't ask me why, but nothing lights up certain circles of film fans quite like (usually unsubstantiated) claims that a certain scene or line of dialogue was improvised in a major movie or show. If true, it usually tends to be overblown or a simple case where everyone talked over alternate lines or ways to play specific moments that might not necessarily have been present in the script itself. In short, there's nothing inherently better about improvisation versus sticking to the script! All that...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, News, Robert Downey Jr, Cumberbatch, Liberace, Don, Sam Raimi, Stephen Strange, Scott Derrickson, MCU, SlashFilm

Get Your First Look At President Meryl Streep In Adam McKay's Don't Look Up

Imagine a world where an impending catastrophic event was bearing down on humanity and everyone just ... went about their normal business, blithely ignoring it. This scenario hits uncomfortably close to home these days for a number of reasons and, as you might expect from a filmmaker like Adam McKay, that's exactly the point. "Don't Look Up" will be the filmmaker's latest mix of comedy and politics, following a pair of scientists as they attempt to convince the world to take the threat of an onc...
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, News, Los Angeles, Netflix, Meryl Streep, Leonardo Dicaprio, Leo, Chris Evans, Adam Mckay, Don, Lawrence, Jennifer, DiCaprio, McKay, United States Check

Last Night In Soho Trailer: Thomasin McKenzie Witnesses A Murder From The Past In The New Edgar Wright Thriller

Edgar Wright is back with "Last Night in Soho," a film that has the genre-friendly filmmaker jumping into the horror-thriller territory. In the time-hopping story, Thomasin McKenzie plays a young woman in the present who has visions of a singer (Anya Taylor-Joy) in 1966 London. These visions turn hostile when McKenzie's character witnesses a murder – in the past. But is any of this really happening? Or is it a case of slowly-mounting madness in the spirit of films like "Repulsion"? You'll have t...
Tags: London, Movies, News, Trailers, Venice, Roman Polanski, Hot Fuzz, Edgar Wright, Soho, Don, Wright, McKenzie, Shaun, Terence Stamp, Sandie, Anya Taylor Joy

First Look at Adam McKay's 'Don't Look Up' with DiCaprio & Lawrence

"This will affect the entire planet." "I know, but it's like sooo stressful." Netflix has finally unveiled the first look teaser trailer for Don't Look Up, the epic new ensemble comedy from filmmaker Adam McKay, following his two outstanding political comedies The Big Short and Vice previously. The film tells the story of two low-level astronomers who go on a giant media tour to warn mankind of an approaching comet that will destroy planet Earth. The satire plays on the idiocy of humanity an...
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Trailer, Sci-fi, Netflix, Leonardo Dicaprio, Cate Blanchett, Adam Mckay, Don, Lawrence, DiCaprio, To Watch, Maga

Don't Look Up Trailer: Leonardo DiCaprio And Jennifer Lawrence Try To Warn Us About The End Of The World

There have been plenty of movies about the end of the world. Within that subgenre, a handful of them have been about an asteroid being on a collision course with Earth and threatening to destroy the planet. In 1998 alone there were two of them in the same year. Now director Adam McKay is trying his hand at the end of the world with "Don't Look Up," another story about a comet that spells extinction-level trouble for the citizens of this planet. The only problem is, when Kate Dibiasky (Jennifer L...
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, News, Earth, World, Netflix, United States, Meryl Streep, Leonardo Dicaprio, Trailers, Jonah Hill, Randall, Mount Everest, Adam Mckay, Don, Lawrence

Now Scream This: The Best Horror Movies Streaming Right Now

(Welcome to Now Scream This, a column where horror experts Chris Evangelista and Matt Donato tell you what scary, spooky, and spine-tingling movies are streaming and where you can watch them.)Matt: Welp, you've done it now. You've faked courage long enough to utter "Nattyman" into a mirror five times, and here comes Donato to drink all your Natty Lights and drop a few horror recommendations. Luckily for you, there are probably no cans of liquid gold in your refrigerator — so I guess I'm just lef...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Malcolm McDowell, Vincent Price, Earth, Mark Wahlberg, Nice, Anthony Hopkins, Chris, Wheatley, Don, Alice Cooper, Matt, Welp, Zooey Deschanel

Don’t Look Up Teaser & Photos: Leonardo DiCaprio Leads Netflix’s All-Star Pic

Netflix has finally dropped the first Don’t Look Up teaser trailer for Adam McKay’s upcoming star-studded sci-fi black comedy film, which will be led by Oscar winners Leonardo DiCaprio, and Jennifer Lawrence. The highly-anticipated film is currently slated to arrive in select theaters on December 10 and will be available for streaming on December 24. The teaser, which you can check out below along with the first-look photos, begins with a very anxious Leonardo DiCaprio, whose character is seemin...
Tags: Video, Comedy, Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, Ariana Grande, Meryl Streep, Leonardo Dicaprio, Streaming, Jack, Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill, Jason, Randall, Mount Everest

'Shang-Chi' is being pirated less than 'Black Widow' so far and it could be a big win for movie theaters

Marvel Studios Early data shows that "Shang-Chi" isn't being pirated as much as other Disney movies this year. "Shang-Chi" is only in theaters, while "Black Widow" and "Jungle Cruise" also streamed on Disney+. "Shang-Chi" could have a stronger hold at the box office in its second weekend than "Black Widow." See more stories on Insider's business page. Marvel's "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" dominated the box office over the weekend with $90 million over the four-d...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Media, Entertainment, Disney, US, Trends, Nato, Suicide Squad, Black Widow, Box Office, Marvel Studios, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Don

Hulu Is Raising Subscription Prices Next Month

Don't get too comfortable with your current monthly rate for Hulu. The streaming service has announced that they will be raising prices for their ad-supported and ad-free subscriptions by $1 starting on October 8. This applies to current and new subscribers, taking the ad-supported tier from $5.99 to $6.99 a month and the ad-free tier from $11.99 to $12.99 a month. Disney's Most Profitable Streamer The Hollywood Reporter has news on Hulu raising subscription prices in October. However, even th...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Disney, Espn, Hulu, Don, House of Mouse, SlashFilm, Atlanta Plus Hulu

Save the Whales! Official Trailer for 'Last of the Right Whales' Doc

"How important are these animals to us?" Very important! Don't let them disappear forever! IndieCan Ent. and HitPlay Productions have revealed an early promo trailer for a documentary film called Last of the Right Whales, made by award-winning filmmaker Nadine Pequeneza. I keep confusing the title as "The Last Rights" but it's actually about the endangered species of whale known as the North Atlantic right whales - which are dying faster than they can reproduce. With less than 400 remaining,...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Canada, Documentaries, North Atlantic, Cbc, Don, To Watch, Nadine Pequeneza

Shang-Chi Ending Explained: Keeping Track Of Character Amid Chaos

Another installment in the ever-growing Marvel Cinematic Universe means another round of breakdowns, speculation, and breathless "Ending explained!" posts to keep you occupied (or annoyed?) for the foreseeable future. Yet fear not, dear reader, because this "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" article will most assuredly not be a typical plot summary that merely regurgitates everything you already know. There'll be some rundown of the story here, but only in the pursuit of contextualizing...
Tags: Movies, San Francisco, Iron Man, Avengers, Ben Kingsley, Macau, Narnia, Don, Morris, Katy, Zhang, Li, MCU, SlashFilm, Shang Chi, Trevor Slattery

A.P. Bio Creator Mike O'Brien Talks The Evolution Of Jack In Season 4 And More [Interview]

The fourth season of "A.P. Bio" is streaming now on Peacock. The season starts off with quite the disruption in Jack's life, and the rest of the season gets even weirder than the already oddball third season that preceded it.Before the release of the fourth season, we talked to creator and showrunner Mike O'Brien about how the show has evolved since it first started at NBC. Plus, we talk about the incredible cast that makes up the class and how they almost weren't as integral to the show as they...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Nbc, Karen, The Office, Jack, Patton Oswalt, Anthony, Toledo, Helen, Don, Mike, Jim, Rodriguez, Toledo Ohio

Christopher Nolan's Filmography Predicted Our Current Masked, Muffled Reality

It's been a year now since Christopher Nolan's "Tenet," the movie that was supposed to bounce us back from the pandemic and save theaters, landed in the United States. For those who ventured out to see it, "Tenet" may have provided a surreal moviegoing experience — if only because the scene in the theater mirrored the one onscreen. In both of them, people had their faces covered in masks.There are any number of movies or TV shows that could be said to have "predicted" aspects of the real-world f...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Interstellar, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, United States, Steven Soderbergh, Nolan, Warner Bros, Fortis, Ridley Scott, Tom Hardy, Dunkirk, Coop, Tom, Don, Soviet Union

Will There Be A Sequel To Mortal Kombat? Here's What We Know

(Welcome to Will There Be a Sequel?, a series where we answer that question and explore what comes next.)Ahem. "MORTAL KOMBAT!!!" Okay, now that I have your attention, let's ask an important question: Will there be a "Mortal Kombat 2"? The recent "Mortal Kombat" reboot from Warner Bros. was a financial success, and the filmmakers spoke of potential sequels in the run-up to release. But nothing has been officially confirmed just yet. So the question remains: are we getting "Mortal Kombat 2," or h...
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Please Don't Listen to Joe Rogan

By Carly Tennes Published: September 02nd, 2021
Tags: Humor, Don, Joe Rogan, Carly Tennes

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