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Single Drunk Female: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Feel-good comedies with a smidge of dark humor are taking the world by storm, and Freeform is jumping into the game. "Single Drunk Female" is the latest in a long line of comedies exploring the life of a disastrous woman as she sets out to turn her life around. What does she need to change? There might be a hint or two hiding in ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Fox, Showtime, Hulu, Samantha, James, Henderson, Bernard, Mick, Harrington, Sabrina, Frannie, Jenni Konner, Samantha Fink, Single Drunk Female Cast Sofia Black D Elia

Will There Ever Be A Jingle All The Way 3? Here's What We Know

In "Jingle All The Way," Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as a stereotypical workaholic '90s dad named Howard on the dreaded Christmas Eve journey trying to track down the hottest toy of the season, the Turbo Man he neglected to buy his son weeks ago like his wife asked. On his toy hunt, he meets another father on a similar pursuit, mailman Myron (Sinbad). With Christmas on the horizon and his neighbor Ted (Phil Hartman) trying to insert himself between Howard and his wife Liz (Rita Wilson), Howard h...
Tags: Movies, Fox, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kevin Hart, Santa, Arnold, John Cena, Howard, Larry, Larry the Cable Guy, Jingle All the Way, Myron, Phil Hartman, Jeffrey Bezos, Ted Phil Hartman, Dwayne Johnson Dave Bautista

What James Cameron's Spider-Man Movie Would've Looked Like

Spider-Man is easily one of the most iconic superheroes out there — and he's certainly the most revisited one. "Spider-Man: No Way Home" will be the webslinger's eighth film, and one that will culminate the efforts of the two iterations that came before current Spidey, played by Tom Holland. The hero is a cherished childhood favorite for many, including James Cameron, the director behind massive blockbusters like the "Terminator" films, "Titanic," and "Avatar.""To me, there were all the superher...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Fox, Cameron, Sony, Leonardo Dicaprio, James Cameron, Marvel Studios, Ron Howard, Viacom, Michael Douglas, Peter, Cannon, Boyd, Collider, Mary Jane

Everything We Know About That '90s Show So Far

This will be well-remembered by members of Gen-X and Gen-Y, but the 1990s were a ripe time for 1970s nostalgia. There was "The Brady Bunch Movie" in 1996, a wave of '70s genre-inflected indie crime cinema inspired by the popularity of "Pulp Fiction" in 1994. And there was, for its many, many fans, the long-running "That '70s Show," the Fox sitcom with the Big Star theme song. If you don't own a Big Star record yet, rectify that immediately. Also watch the 2012 documentary "Big Star: Nothing Can ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Fox, Netflix, Bill Murray, Wisconsin, Wilmer Valderrama, Patrick Stewart, Leia, Fuller House, Fez, Danny Masterson, Masterson, Eric, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Donna

Tales From The Box Office: The Last Duel May Be The Last Movie Of Its Kind

Ridley Scott, the director behind such classics as "Alien" and "Gladiator," is one of our greatest living directors, and arguably one of the greatest ever. The man is on my personal Mount Rushmore of filmmakers. 2021 was shaping up to be a big year for the Oscar winner, as he had not one but two movies on deck for this year due to pandemic delays in the form of this week's "House of Gucci," as well as the historical epic "The Last Duel," which was released just last month. Unfortunately, the lat...
Tags: Wtf, Hollywood, Movies, France, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Disney, Fox, Netflix, Kings, Francis Lawrence, Ridley Scott, Nicole Holofcener, Scott, Marc Maron, Medieval France

Sandra Bullock Turned Down A Superhero Movie, But Won't Say Which One

Sandra Bullock would make a wonderful superhero. I mean, she helped save a speeding bus full of people in "Speed," magically saved her own love life in "Practical Magic" (a film I will defend forever), and saved herself -- maybe -- in "Gravity." Bullock recently appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" to chat about her new Netflix film "The Unforgivable," and let it drop that she'd been approached for a superhero film and turned it down because her son Louis told her not to take it. She kept which movi...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Hollywood, Movies, News, Marvel, Disney, Fox, Netflix, Egypt, Elizabeth Banks, Sandra Bullock, Rose Byrne, Justice League, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Hulu, Rotten Tomatoes

The 10 highest-grossing movies of all time at the worldwide box office

Chris Hemsworth as Thor in "Avengers: Endgame."Marvel Studios "Avatar" reclaimed its title as the biggest movie of all time this year, topping "Avengers: Endgame." It was re-released in China, earning $50 million. Disney dominates the list of the top 10 highest-grossing movies ever. "Avatar" took back its crown as the biggest movie in the world this year, topping Marvel's "Avengers: Endgame" over a decade after it was released.The 2009 James Cameron-directed sci-fi film earned an addition...
Tags: Star Wars, Media, Entertainment, China, Disney, Trends, Features, Fox, Box Office, Chris Hemsworth, Thor, James Cameron, Paramount Pictures, Marvel Studios, Box Office Mojo, YouTube Global

Cheaper By The Dozen: Everything We Know So Far About The New Reboot

You asked, and Disney answered. You may think that this year's Disney+ Day was a raging success because of the flood of first looks and teases for all things Marvel -- although it's important to note that things didn't go too smoothly. But we can all certainly agree that the crown jewel of that day belongs to the "Cheaper by the Dozen" reboot, the second of its kind and fourth film in this property overall. Fine, that might be a slight exaggeration, but clearly Disney believes that enough people...
Tags: Gabrielle Union, Movies, Zach Braff, Disney, Fox, Netflix, Steve Martin, Shawn Levy, Craig Titley, Luke Prael, Frank Bunker Gilbreth Jr, Ernestine Gilbreth Carey, Dozen Disney, Gail Lerner Black, Kenya Barris Girls Trip Shaft Black

Bohemian Rhapsody Screenwriter Challenges Studio Claims That The Movie Lost $51 Million

Screenwriter Anthony McCarten, who co-wrote the script for the Oscar-winning "Bohemian Rhapsody," has filed a lawsuit against co-producer Graham King and his production company, GK Films, one of the studios behind the film.Made on a budget of $55 million, "Bohemian Rhapsody" took in almost a billion dollars worldwide. It was the highest-grossing non-franchise film of 2018, but according to Fox, the film's distributor, it still has not turned a profit, and in fact lost $51 million.Disney has sinc...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Disney, Fox, Harry Potter, Warner Bros, Lucasfilm, Whitney Houston, King, Phoenix, David Prowse, GK Films, Graham King, Anthony McCarten, McCarten

Superhero Bits: Miles Morales Movie Rumors, Agatha Harkness Returns To Marvel Comics & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)In this edition of Superhero Bits:Agatha Harkness returns in the pages of Marvel Comics"Hawkeye" has a real archer in its castJennifer Lawrence shoulder's some blame for "Dark Phoenix"Keanu Reeves wants to be...
Tags: Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, News, Disney, Dc Comics, Fox, Netflix, Mother, Heath Ledger, Jupiter, Marvel Comics, Keanu Reeves, Vanity Fair, Hailee Steinfeld, Jeremy Renner

Every Bob's Burgers Thanksgiving Episode Ranked

The animated Fox comedy "Bob's Burgers" follows Bob Belcher and his family as they struggle to run their modest burger restaurant. With its sweet but wacky family dynamics, the show has a wide range of lovable elements: the endearing musical moments, the mile-a-minute puns, the camaraderie between the kids, and so much more. However, the cartoon is also known for its highly memorable annual Thanksgiving episodes. While Bob normally expresses his love for food through his beloved Burgers of the D...
Tags: Television, Movies, Turkey, Fox, Bob, Gayle, Gene, Linda, Mickey, Tina, Peck, Louise, Donna Summer, Belcher, Wharf, Bob Belcher

Ridley Scott Blames Those Stinkin' Millennials For The Last Duel Box Office

Ridley Scott has earned the right to shake his fist at the clouds like Grampa Simpson. After a long directorial career that has yielded such classics as "Alien," "Blade Runner," "Thelma & Louise," and "Gladiator," Scott delivered the one-two punch of "The Last Duel" and "House of Gucci" this year ... only for the first film to be met with indifference from general audiences. "House of Gucci" opens this week, and it has Lady Gaga in it, so maybe her starry presence will be enough to lure moviegoe...
Tags: Wtf, Hollywood, Movies, News, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Fox, Lady Gaga, Ridley Scott, Scott, Marc Maron, Maron, Facebook This, Thelma Louise, House of Gucci, 20th Century Studios

Disney+ And HBO Max Have Reached A Deal For 20th Century Movies Streaming Rights — Here's Why It Matters

As the streaming wars heat up and become increasingly complicated, a new deal has emerged between WarnerMedia and Disney that will be of interest to HBO Max, Disney+, and Hulu subscribers. Specifically, the two media giants have amended a previously existing deal that will now see certain 20th Century Studios (formerly Fox) releases shared between the streaming services. Meanwhile, HBO Max will retain exclusive streaming rights for others. It's complicated but interesting, and in some ways, mark...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, Disney, Fox, Warner, Hulu, 20th Century Fox, Ron, Tammy Faye, WarnerMedia, Quibi, WarnerMedia Disney, HBO Max, HBO Max Disney

Everything We Know About X-Men '97 So Far

Cue that theme song, because "X-Men: The Animated Series" is back! Honestly, Disney+ Day wasn't everything we hoped for, with the Mouse House releasing precious little new information. However, the knowledge that the much-loved cartoon would be making its triumphant return to the small screen as "X-Men '97" is one reason to get excited about Disney's future plans. The news was fittingly announced with the "Sad Wolverine" meme.Although a live-action film franchise would eventually earn legions of...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Fox, Charles, Hawkeye, Erik, Lenore Zann, Eric, Xavier, Chris Potter, Magneto, Mouse House, John Byrne, Charles Xavier, Chris Claremont

The House First Look: A Stop-Motion Dark Comedy Anthology Series Makes A Home At Netflix

A wildly unique story is coming to Netflix early in 2022. Stop-motion animation series "The House" is directed by Belgian couple Emma de Swaef and Marc Roels, BAFTA-award winner Paloma Baeza, and filmmaker Niki Lindroth von Bahr (whose apocalyptic animal musical short "The Burden" played at Fantastic Fest in 2017). "The House" is, according to Netflix, "an eccentric dark comedy about a house and the three surreal tales of the individuals who made it their home." The story is split into three str...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Peter Cushing, Disney, Fox, Netflix, House, Rosa, Raymond, Fantastic Fest, Nexus Studios, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, Paloma Baeza, Chris Noonan, Emma De Swaef

Everything We Know About Prey, The Predator Prequel, So Far

Like its titular monster, the "Predator" movie franchise has proven very hard to kill, even after multiple sequels and crossovers that've seen wildly varying results when it comes to their financial success and, most importantly, their actual quality. The plan was for Shane Black's 2018 quasi-reboot "The Predator" to usher in a shiny new era for the spine-ripping, skull-collecting aliens, but it wound up disappointing both critically and at the box office after a series of behind-the-scenes woes...
Tags: Dane, Movies, Disney, Fox, Hulu, Dan Trachtenberg, John Davis, Trachtenberg, Jack Ryan, Shane Black, Cloverfield Lane, Jeff Cutter, Naru, Dakota Beavers, Patrick Aison Tom Clancy, Central America No Prey

The 12 highest-grossing movies of 2021 at the worldwide box office

Vin Diesel in "Fast and Furious 9." Universal Pictures The worldwide box office is slowly recovering from the pandemic. China, the world's biggest theatrical market, has quickly rebounded and has produced the top two movies this year. Hollywood releases like "F9," "No Time to Die," and "Dune" have benefited from international markets. This year's Marvel movies haven't been approved for release in China, impacting their global grosses. 12. "A Quiet Place Part II" (Paramount)...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Media, Entertainment, Australia, China, Disney, Trends, Features, Fox, James Bond, Tokyo, Box Office, Daniel Craig, Woody Harrelson, Scarlett Johansson

All The Disney+ Day 2021 Trailers, First Looks, And News From Disney's Hype Extravaganza

Happy Disney+ Day! The Walt Disney Company took over the internet today to reveal a series of trailers, first look photos, and various announcements about upcoming movies and TV shows coming to Disney+ over the next couple years. This included a cavalcade of sneak peeks at upcoming Disney+ TV shows from Marvel Studios, a glimpse at the "Star Wars" series "Obi-Wan Kenobi," a new animated series from Pixar Animation, and the return of the  "Cars" franchise in TV form. Plus, we got first looks from...
Tags: Television, Movies, Zach Braff, News, Disney, Earth, Fox, Walt Disney Company, Will Smith, Chris Hemsworth, Pixar, Amy Adams, Lucasfilm, Hulu, Oscar Isaac, Peter Jackson

Secret Invasion First Look: Nick Fury And The Skrulls Play Spy Games

Nick Fury's vacation in space is about to end, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to contend with an invasion of rogue Skrulls. The Disney+ series "Secret Invasion" takes its name from a comic book miniseries and crossover event that involves "a faction of shapeshifting Skrulls who have been infiltrating Earth for years.""Captain Marvel" first introduced Skrulls into the MCU, and while it did play on their villainous comics history, it ultimately portrayed them in a more positive light, ...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Disney, Earth, Fox, Sony, Miami, Olivia Colman, Jennifer Garner, Marvel Studios, Emilia Clarke, Michael Douglas, Malcolm X, ElektrA, Kevin Feige

Fun Teaser Trailer for 'The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild' Sequel

"It's time to get… Buck Wild!" 20th Century / Disney+ have debuted the first teaser trailer for an animated sequel titled The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild, arriving in January directly on Disney+. And you thought they were done with this series! The first Ice Age opened in 2002, then they made four mediocre sequels, most recently Ice Age: Collision Course in 2016. Blue Sky Studios shut down after Disney bought Fox and the pandemic finished them off for good. But they're still keeping the ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Disney, Fox, Animation, Simon Pegg, To Watch, Blue Sky Studios, Crash Eddie

Disney's Latest Cheaper By The Dozen Remake Gets A Release Date

Disney+ Day is bringing us a major look at the future of the streaming service, assuring that there will be plenty of stuff for subscribers to stream at their heart's content. One such thing that will be available for our eyeballs in just a few months is the studio's "Cheaper By the Dozen" reboot, which now has a release date, as well as a logo. Check it out.The rebooted flick, which stars Zach Braff ("Scrubs") and Gabrielle Union ("Bring It On") in the lead roles, will be here in March of 2022....
Tags: Gabrielle Union, Movies, Zach Braff, News, Disney, Fox, Steve Martin, Frankie, Shawn Levy, Bonnie Hunt, Luke Prael, Kenya Barris Black Ish, Gail Lerner Grace, Quick Turnaround Reboot Disney

The Cowboy Bebop English Voice Cast Chat About The Show's Legacy [Interview]

The classic anime "Cowboy Bebop" is having another big moment in the pop culture zeitgeist. Not only is there a big-budget live-action adaptation coming from Netflix on November 19, 2021, but fans are discovering and re-discovering the anime series on streaming services. (You can watch all 26 episodes on Funimation, Hulu, and Netflix right now.) The series debuted in the U.S. in 2000, and the localization and dubbing are considered some of the best in anime history. Created by Shinichiro Watanab...
Tags: Japan, Television, Movies, News, US, America, Fox, Netflix, Broadway, Ed, Saban, Bandai, Steve, Wendy, Lee, Melissa

Ice Age: Adventures Of Buck Wild Trailer: Will The Ice Age Franchise Last Longer Than The Actual Ice Age?

At this point it's starting to seem like the "Ice Age" film franchise will last longer than the actual Ice Age. The sixth film in the series, "Ice Age: Adventures of Buck Wild," is headed straight to Disney+, and the first trailer is now available for all to see. And if you want to feel old, just know that the first "Ice Age" came out nearly 20 years ago. That's right: we've had two decades of "Ice Age" movies. And they say cinema is dead! In "Ice Age: Adventures of Buck Wild," we follow Buckmin...
Tags: Movies, News, Disney, Fox, Trailers, Eddie, Simon Pegg, William Scott, Josh Peck, House of Mouse, John C Donkin, Buckminster, Blue Sky Studios, Ray DeLaurentis, William Schifrin

Home Sweet Home Alone Review: A Perversely Enjoyable And Surprising Subversion

It was inevitable that there would be a new "Home Alone" movie. Years after the Walt Disney Company purchased 20th Century Fox in the hopes of, at the very least, mining its intellectual property for all it's worth, the "Home Alone" franchise is one of Fox's crown jewels. Deservedly or not, the series (though let's be honest, it's really just the first two movies) is seen as a holiday standby, and Disney never saw a franchise it couldn't extend just a little bit further. And so we have the new D...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Macaulay Culkin, Disney, Tom Hanks, Fox, David, Tokyo, Harry, Walt Disney Company, Illinois, Max, Rob Delaney, Kenan Thompson, Jeff, Delaney

The Emperor's Clothing Looks Deplorable

It's fair to say this pandemic is revealing the emperor's true clothing. Not just Trump's. Yours and mine, too.  Just this very week, I saw a quote from someone who said, "We don't like Trump, but we like his policies." Trump does represent the policy of the Republican party, which obviously a large percentage of voters chose in the last election. So, now we all get to experience Trump's policies when the tire meets the road in pandemicland. For those who were comfortable and voted for Tru...
Tags: Comics, Usa, Obamacare, Obama, Washington, Africa, Ukraine, Fbi, Fox, United States, Epa, Republican Party, Justice Department, US supreme court, Trump, Don

Every Mel Brooks Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

The laugh that turned Melvin Kaminsky into Mel Brooks was, as the filmmaker would later tell Conan O'Brien, "a giant mistake." At age 14, the stagehand and de facto understudy found himself hastily recruited to play a 70-something district attorney. In the middle of his terrified performance, Kaminsky dropped a glass of water. It shattered. His scene partner froze. The audience gasped. It was Brooks who finally walked upstage, tore his fake beard off, and pleaded, "I've never done this before!"T...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Molly, Cbs News, Nazis, Russia, Robin Hood, Orson Welles, Star, Fox, Alan Johnson, New York Times, Monty Python, Npr, Nielsen, Hitler

Avatar 3: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)James Cameron delivered the biggest hit of his majorly successful career with 2009's "Avatar." Returning to the sci-fi genre that made the "Terminator" and "Aliens" director a household name, "Avatar" has (on two separate occasions) become the highest-grossing movie in history. While it has taken a long time, it should come as no...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Fox, Pandora, Avatar, Cameron, Sigourney Weaver, James Cameron, Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, David Thewlis, Rick Jaffa, Jemaine Clement, Jake Sully, Joel David Moore, Tonowari

The Simpsons Is Parodying Prestige TV In A Two-Part Crime Thriller Featuring Brian Cox

"The Simpsons" is well-known for its "Treehouse of Horror" episodes, which became an annual Halloween tradition with the show's second season. However, Halloween has come and gone and we are now in Noirvember, the month when movie-lovers celebrate cinema's dark side. "The Simpsons" is ready to bring that spirit to TV this Sunday as it kicks off a two-part episode called "A Serious Flanders," where the show will briefly transform itself into "an Emmy-baiting crime drama, darker and prestigier tha...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Fox, Simpsons, Flanders, Timothy Olyphant, Brian Cox, Maude, Coen Brothers, Cox, Springfield, Rick, Ned, Olyphant, Matt Selman

28 best 'Star Wars'-themed gifts for fans of all ages

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. There are plenty of gifts out there for "Star Wars" fans. FancyMatsCo/Etsy "Star Wars" fans are always looking for new products to celebrate their favorite franchise. There are tons of great "Star Wars"-themed gifts out there, from cool Lego sets to comfy socks. Still looking for a gift? Check out our list of the All-Time Best products we've ever tested. "Star Wars" is well-known as one of the mos...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Star Wars, Entertainment, Disney, Trends, Adidas, Walmart, Best, Gifts, Fox, Lego, Nba, Darth Vader, Kano, Gift Guides

Czech Stop-Motion Animated Film 'Even Mice Belong in Heaven' Trailer

"I don't want a fox stalking me, even after death!" Goldwyn Films has unveiled an official US trailer for a stop-motion animated film from Czechia titled Even Mice Belong in Heaven, a fun little story about a mouse and a fox. This premiered at the 2021 Annecy Film Festival this year, and also played at the Karlovy Vary, Shanghai, and Edinburgh Film Festivals. A film about two mortal enemies - a little Mouse and a Fox, who after an unfortunate accident, meet in animal heaven. They lose their ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Earth, Fox, Animation, Shanghai, To Watch, Goldwyn, Czechia, Annecy Film Festival

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