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Here’s Where You Can Rent Every ‘Die Hard’ Movie

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, “Hey, where can I watch this thing?” In this edition: the Die Hard franchise.) Before Bruce Willis became the king of making direct-to-video movies filmed in Eastern Europe, he was that guy from Moonlighting who ended up getting cast as John McClane in the first Die Hard and subsequently helped redefine what an action star could be. Come out to the coast, have a few laughs, and read on to discover where you ca...
Tags: Movies, Microsoft, New York City, Features, Fox, Timothy Olyphant, Justin Long, Alan Rickman, Eastern Europe, Bruce Willis, Kevin Smith, Jeremy Irons, Mcclane, Jai Courtney, Willis, John McClane

‘Shang-Chi’ Featurette: How the Latest MCU Movie is Tied to the First ‘Iron Man’

One of the greatest advantages Marvel has over its competition is a built-in sense of history and continuity. Only Fox’s now-defunct X-Men franchise even came close to matching the MCU in terms of length, but fans have long complained about the fast-and-loose approach to maintaining continuity in those movies led to many a recasting and narrative dead-end. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is Marvel’s next installment and #ItsAllConnected is clearly at the forefront of this latest featu...
Tags: Movies, News, Fox, Marvel Studios, Michelle Yeoh, Katy, Liu, Kevin Feige, Tony Stark, MCU, Tony Leung, Awkwafina, Ronny Chieng, Shang Chi, Simu Liu, Wenwu Awkwafina

Tubi Makes Deal with STX, Will Stream ‘Den of Thieves’, ‘The Edge of Seventeen’, and More

The Internet is choked with streaming services and, at this point, some people might not know a Tubi from a Quibi. However, Tubi, which is a division of Fox Entertainment and purports to offer over 30,000 titles, has at least one thing going for it that other services don’t: it’s free. It has also now entered into a content deal with STXfilms which will give it an exclusive AVOD (advertising-based video on demand) window for movies like Den of Thieves with Gerard Butler and 50 Cent, I Feel Pret...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Mahershala Ali, Molly, Michael Bay, Disney, Julia Roberts, Fox, Mark Wahlberg, Woody Harrelson, Gael Garcia Bernal, Jennifer Garner, Gerard Butler, Hailee Steinfeld, Melissa Mccarthy

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Season 8 Trailer Promises One Last Ride

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is coming to an end this August, and the conclusion will be bittersweet. I’ve loved the show since its launch, but I’m also ready to let it go. Not only is it time for everyone to take a breather from cop shows, but I also think the series has more or less run its course. I will always cherish the laughs it brought me, but I also think it’s okay to say goodbye. A new Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 8 trailer awaits you below. Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Trailer Brooklyn Nin...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Nbc, Fox, Trailers, Amy, Jake, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Andy Samberg, Universal Television, Dan Goor, Brooklyn Nine Nine Season, Gina Linetti, Michael Hitchcock, Joel McKinnon Miller

Jake Johnson Shares Two of His Favorite Jokes From ‘New Girl’

New Girl is a gift that keeps on giving. It’s been 10 years since the Fox comedy debuted, and it’s been three years since it wrapped with its seventh season. In the years since, it’s proven itself as a show that only grows funnier with repeat viewings. With every rewatch, there are new jokes to be found and appreciated. Series star Jake Johnson is still laughing about New Girl, too, specifically about the elusive mind of his character, Nick Miller. Nick Miller is a simple person, simultaneou...
Tags: Features, TV

A Comprehensive Eddie Murphy Documentary From Oscar Winner Angus Wall is Deep in Production Right Now

Eddie Murphy is one the most influential comedians of all time. Though his feature film output across the past couple decades has left something to be desired — with the exception of turns in Dreamgirls, Dolemite is My Name, and the surprisingly decent Coming 2 America — he was a comedic force of nature in the 1980s and even into most of the 1990s. Soon we’ll get the whole story of Eddie Murphy’s life and career in the form of a new comprehensive documentary that’s now in production. Collider...
Tags: Movies, News, America, Fox, Netflix, Davis, Chicago Bulls, Eddie, Ava Duvernay, Social Network, Eddie Murphy, John Fox, John Davis, Angus Wall, Bryan Fogel, Dolittle Dr Dolittle

That ‘Die Hard’ Prequel Has Died Harder Than Hans Gruber

There have been rumblings about a Die Hard prequel since as far back as 2009. Back then, there was a comic book called Die Hard: Year One from Boom! Studios that focused on John McClane before the events of the first movie, when he was earning his badge in 1976. Then an entirely different idea took form as a film prequel with the same title. Since then, it’s been talked about every now and then, and it ended up going by the title McClane. But thankfully, we can now confirm that the Die Hard pre...
Tags: Movies, News, Fox, James Bond, Batman, Walt Disney, Bruce Willis, Mcclane, John McClane, Hans Gruber, Len Wiseman, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Bonaventura

The New ‘Predator’ Movie Will Follow the First Predator Who Came to Earth

Fans of the Predator franchise have been eagerly awaiting more news on the super secretive latest installment from 10 Cloverfield Lane director Dan Trachtenberg. Well, the wait is temporarily over, as we now have a bit more light to shed on the upcoming installment. A Slip of the Tongue? Collider announced a fair bit of information today on Trachtenberg’s addition to the franchise, the biggest part of which was the name, supposedly Skulls . That’s been its working title, which was ma...
Tags: Movies, News, Earth, Fox, Davis, Arnold, Olivia Munn, Dan Trachtenberg, Bechdel, Collider, John Fox, John Davis, Trachtenberg, Shane Black

Batwoman Season 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.) The CW’s Batwoman series has weathered some pretty significant obstacles (it’s kind of a big deal when your main star leaves your show after the first season), but it has finally had some time to establish its new identity. The show’s second season wrapped up last month, but here is everything we know about the third season so fa...
Tags: TV, Movies, Fox, Bruce Wayne, Cw, Ruby Rose, Greg Berlanti, Geoff Johns, Sarah Schechter, Kate Kane, Robert McLachlan, Marquis Jet, Renee Montoya, Camrus Johnson, Ryan Wilder, Javicia Leslie

The Simpsons Season 33 Sets First All-Musical Premiere with Kristen Bell

During The Simpsons‘ recent [email protected] panel, executive producer Matt Selman confirmed that the upcoming 33rd season of Fox’s long-running animated series will be starting off with its very first all-musical episode titled, “The Star of the Backstage.” It is set to feature all original songs, with Frozen star Kristen Bell signing on as the singing voice of Julie Kavner’s Marge. The Simpsons Season 33 is slated to make its debut on September 26. “The premiere this year is the most musical epi...
Tags: Comedy, TV, Movies, Fox, TV News, Kristen Bell, Hulu, The Simpsons, Bart, Lisa, Simpson, Selman, Marge, Dan Castellaneta, Matt Selman, Yeardley Smith

Sling TV is the cheapest way to watch the Olympics without cable

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Sling TV is giving all subscribers free access to the Olympic Channel during Tokyo 2020. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider If you want to watch the Olympics without cable, Sling TV is one of your cheapest options. New subscribers can get their first month of Sling's Blue plan for just $10 (normally $35/month). NBC, NBCSN, and USA are all included on Sling Blue, and the Olympic Channel is free through A...
Tags: Reviews, Deals, Usa, Nbc, Entertainment, Sports, Samsung, Trends, Tech, Fox, Olympics, Streaming, Tokyo, Lg, Cnbc, Sling TV

Diane Ademu-John Joins Dune: The Sisterhood as Showrunner

Dune is one of the most highly anticipated films of the year, and ahead of its release later this year, HBO has found the showrunner for its television series based on the famous franchise.   RELATED: The Battle For Arrakis Begins in Denis Villeneuve’s Dune Trailer According to a report from Variety , Diane Ademu-John will join the prequel series as writer, showrunner, and executive producer of Dune: The Sisterhood. Jon Spaihts was initially attached to run the series but stepped down in Nov...
Tags: Action, Drama, Sci-Fi, TV, Diane Ademu-John, Dune, Dune: The Sisterhood, Hbo, Hbo Max, Streaming, TV News

Legendary and Imagine Entertainment May Be the Latest Hollywood Companies to Be Acquired

The pool that holds Hollywood’s current system is getting shallower and shallower by the day. Legendary Entertainment, the production company behind many Christopher Nolan films, the “Monster-verse” that most recently included Godzilla vs Kong, and the upcoming Dune, has reportedly gained increased attention for a possible impending merger. And that’s not all, as there are rumors of an Imagine Entertainment acquisition also heating up. Let’s tackle this one at a time. Legendary As per Dea...
Tags: Amazon, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, News, Disney, Fox, Netflix, Middle East, Lucasfilm, Godzilla, Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Kong, Denis Villeneuve, Kevin Mayer

Interview: Aliens: Fireteam Elite Dev Explains Picking Aliens-Inspired Direction Over Alien

Aliens: Fireteam Elite appears like a bit of a generic co-op shooter, but it isn’t without its merits. Cold Iron Studios is behind the game, which is a big license for a team’s first title. Granted, the developer is made of veteran talent that has worked on such franchises like Star Trek, Dungeon and Dragons, and Marvel, but that last one never got off the ground. Senior Gaming Editor Michael Leri spoke to Cold Iron Studios CEO Craig Zinkievich about the game, how he approached adapting multiple...
Tags: Games, Movies, Interviews, Horror, Star Trek, Fox, Cameron, Aliens, Ridley Scott, Jean Pierre Jeunet, James -RSB- Cameron, Cold Iron Studios, Smartgun, Michael Leri, Aliens: Fireteam Elite, Fireteam Elite

The CW's Batwoman Is Bringing DC Hero Renee Montoya Into the Fold

The CW’s Batwoman is bringing a familiar DC character into its third season, and she’ll be played by a familiar face, too. Victoria Cartagena, who played former Gotham City cop Renee Montoya on Fox’s Gotham, is now joining the Batwoman cast as... Renee Montoya.Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Gotham, Fox, Batwoman, Birds Of Prey, Gotham City, Rosie Perez, Cw, Sykes, Ben Mckenzie, Ruby Rose, Leslie, Jim Gordon, Fictional Characters, Kate Kane

Superhero Bits: ‘Black Widow’ Almost Had a Doctor Doom Easter Egg, Renee Montoya is Coming to ‘Batwoman’ Season 3 & 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: Renee Montoya is coming to Batwoman season 3 Mark Hamill won’t be in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Did Yelena Belova get snapped in Avengers: Infinity War? There was alm...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Superman, Dc Comics, Gotham, Fox, Iron Man, Scarlett Johansson, Gotham City, Thanos, Jon Favreau, James Gunn, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Mark Hamill

Gotham’s Victoria Cartagena is Renee Montoya in Batwoman Season 3

According to Deadline, Victoria Cartagena (Manifest) is returning to the DC Universe as she officially joins Javicia Leslie in the upcoming third season of The CW’s Batwoman. Cartagena has been tapped to portray the series regular role of DC hero Renee Montoya, a character which she previously played in Fox’s Gotham. I guess #Reneemontoya and I have some unfinished business So very excited to join this new group of talented artists, writers & crew who are doing their thing over here! They have ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Gotham, Fox, TV News, The Cw, Batwoman, Dc, Ava Duvernay, Cw, Comic Book, Geoff Johns, Sarah Schechter, Warner Bros Television, Berlanti Productions, Rachel Skarsten

Adrien Brody Joins Cast of Next Wes Anderson Film

Adrien Brody and Wes Anderson are no strangers to one another, and Brody is once again teaming up with the prolific director on his next film, according to a report from Deadline. RELATED: Chapelwaite Trailer & Key Art Released for EPIX’s Stephen King Series According to the report, Brody is expected to join fellow Wes Anderson staples Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton in Anderson’s next film, which is set to shoot in Spain sometime in the future. Not much is known about the upcoming film other than...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Spain, Fox, Wes Anderson, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Grand Budapest Hotel, Los Angeles Lakers, Adrien Brody, Anderson, Epix, Brody, Pat Riley, Swinton, Movie News

Wes Anderson’s Next Movie Adds Wes Anderson Regular Adrien Brody

Yo, Adrien. Wes Anderson casting news tends to have the feel of watching something along the lines of the MCU circa Phase One, with Nick Fury roaming around the Marvel universe and recruiting individual Avengers for the inevitable team-up down the line. This one is no different, as Deadline reports that Adrien Brody has apparently joined the cast for Anderson’s next upcoming feature. We know little in the way of actual details about this project, but we do know that it’s shaping up to be a t...
Tags: Movies, News, Spain, Fox, Wes Anderson, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Grand Budapest Hotel, Adrien Brody, Anderson, Murray, Brody, MCU, Dmitri, Swinton, Adrien Wes Anderson

Yaohu Mimi ~Sex in the Foreign World~ Purges Evil Through Great Sex

Yaohu Mimi ~Sex in the Foreign World~ has players helping a stray fox spirit return home by eradicating the human world of evil, this vital task naturally involving the sexual relief of countless males, and bound to have players eager to witness all the ways she’ll be violated. Fox spirit Mimi is handed the task […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Fantasy, Fox, English, Anime, Fetish, Mimi, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Kemonomimi

Interview: Mark McGrath Talks Dark Side of the 90s

Building upon its successful Dark Side of the Ring documentary series, Vice premiered a spin-off called Dark Side of the 90s. The first episode chronicled trash television and Jerry Springer’s rise, while next week’s will focus on the legendary club The Viper Room. The series is hosted by Sugar Ray frontman Mark McGrath. RELATED: Dark Side of the 90s Trailer Teases Vice TV’s Newest Docuseries ComingSoon Editor-in-Chief Tyler Treese got to speak to Mark McGrath about Dark Side of the 90s prior to...
Tags: TV, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Documentary, Fox, Ethan Hawke, Wwf, Rupert Murdoch, Seattle, Vice, Secret Santa, Times Square, Katie Couric, PAUL, Jerry Springer

‘Fear Street’ Director Leigh Janiak on Picking Perfect Needledrops, Crafting Kills, and Writing a Queer Love Story [Interview]

Netflix’s Fear Street movie trilogy, based on the young adult novels by R.L. Stine, are an exciting excercise in telling a compelling story through three shorter stories. The first film, Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is a hard hit of nostalgia for anyone who grew up in the Scream era. It introduces us to the town of Shadyside, where the people are cursed and everyone’s pretty miserable, but teenager Deena (Kiana Madeira) wants more for herself. She also wants more for her girlfriend, Sam (Olivia Wel...
Tags: Movies, Features, Fox, Netflix, Mpaa, Ohio, Kmart, Kate, Cleveland, Bowie, Jane, Soundgarden, Pixies, Cinemax, Soderbergh, Stine

The ‘Loki’ Season Finale Features the First MCU Character Previously Owned by Fox

When Disney gobbled up Fox (like it gobbled up Marvel and Lucasfilm and will gobble up your soul), the possibility of the X-Men and Fantastic Four joining the MCU suddenly became more probable, if not an outright inevitability. Fans were excited about the prospect, and we now know that Marvel Studios has a new Fantastic Four movie in the pipeline. However, the season finale of Loki (now streaming on Disney+) featured a character who made their first-ever appearance in a Fantastic Four comic. No...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Disney, Fox, Sony, Deadpool, Lucasfilm, Ryan Reynolds, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Loki, Merc, Nathaniel, Tech Times, Kang

The Man From Toronto: 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.) Alfred Hitchcock perfected the “wrong man” thriller subgenre, but that isn’t going to stop Hollywood from regularly trying to top him. The next contender is The Man From Toronto, which Sony Pictures Releasing is putting in theaters early next year. Find out everything we know about The Man From Toronto so far. The Man From Tor...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, New York City, Toronto, Fox, Army, Sony, Woody Harrelson, Kevin Hart, Pauly Shore, Alfred Hitchcock, Northwest, Blumenthal, Steve Tisch, Ramin Djawadi, Red Hill

The 355: 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.) The movie industry is just starting to recover from pandemic restrictions, making it easier than ever to lose track of specific movies and release dates as they get lost in the shuffle of new releases. Take, for instance, a certain upcoming action movie called The 355 that features an international group of spies joining forces t...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Superman, Fox, Morocco, Paris, Shanghai, Sherlock Holmes, Cia, Mason, Simon Kinberg, Jordan Peele, Edgar Ramirez, Theresa Rebeck, Sebastian Stan

‘The French Dispatch’ Review: Wes Anderson’s Whimsical New Masterwork is a Symphony of Excess [Cannes]

Watching Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch is a delirious experience. It’s akin to being a guest at some amazing meal, with each course more stunning than the last, and just as you wish to take in a moment to admire each dish, the crumbs are whisked away for a new treat to be delivered by nimble servers. It’s a film that weaponizes whimsy in ways that will dazzle die-hard fans of the director. As long as your heart is open, your ears attuned to the pace of the proceedings and eyes accustomed t...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, France, Features, Fox, Frances Mcdormand, Wes Anderson, Kansas, Tilda Swinton, Jarvis Cocker, Cannes, Adrien Brody, Mediterranean, Anderson, Alexandre Desplat, Benicio Del Toro

‘The Suicide Squad’ Star David Dastmalchian is Accomplishing His Dreams, and He Wants the Same For You [Interview]

What a time for David Dastmalchian. For starters, we’ll soon see him as Polka-Dot Man in The Suicide Squad. What was once an obscure comic book character may soon be, thanks to James Gunn and the actor, a character we won’t soon forget. Dastmalchian is also in the adaptation of one of the most celebrated science fiction novels of all time, Dune. It’s the actor’s third collaboration with filmmaker Denis Villeneuve, who previously cast him in Prisoners and Blade Runner 2049. Plus, the actor recen...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Los Angeles, Features, Chicago, Fox, Williams, Tennessee, Adaptation, James Bond, Suicide Squad, William Shakespeare, Batman, Denis, Kansas City, James Gunn

‘Black Widow’ Clip: David Harbour is Russia’s Version of Captain America, and No Prison Can Hold Him

Black Widow, the 24th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is almost upon us. In preparation for the movie’s July 9 release in theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access, Marvel Studios has unveiled a new clip featuring David Harbour on the grounds of a Russian prison: a scenario that may be very familiar to fans of his character, Jim Hopper, on Netflix’s Stranger Things. Harbour recently spoke about the Halloween-like experience of suiting up for his role in the MCU. His character in Black Wi...
Tags: Movies, News, Jimmy Kimmel, Russia, Disney, America, Fox, Netflix, Black Widow, Hopper, Harbour, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Loki, Matt, MCU, Stranger Things

‘Guys and Dolls’ Remake Coming From Modern Musical Veteran Bill Condon

Bill Condon, who helmed the musical Dreamgirls, is set to direct the Guys and Dolls remake for TriStar Pictures. The film will be based on the musical featuring music and lyrics by Frank Loesser, adapted from two short stories by Damon Runyon. The show first premiered on Broadway in 1950 and was later adapted into a 1955 movie starring Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra. Rumblings about a remake have floated around for years, but it now looks like a real remake is finally picking up traction. ...
Tags: Movies, Chicago, Fox, Broadway, Marlon Brando, Channing Tatum, Musical, Dolls, Frank Sinatra, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Bill Condon, Remakes, Damon Runyon, TriStar Pictures, Kinsey, Nathan

James Cameron Was High on Ecstasy and Listening to Sting When He Created John Connor

The history behind one of cinema’s best sequels is a wild one. In an oral history of Terminator 2: Judgment Day for The Ringer, director James Cameron, star Arnold Schwarzenegger, and others shared some previously-unheard tidbits about the making of the action classic. Cameron wanted T2 to be his Wizard of Oz There’s a pretty massive tonal difference between Terminator and its sequel. The first film is kind of an action-movie slasher, with Linda Hamilton‘s Sarah Connor serving as a machine...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Fox, Sequels, Cameron, Skynet, John, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Connor, James-Cameron, Ilm, Sarah, Arnold, Hamilton, Finn, The Terminator

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