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Halloween Horror Nights 2021: Ranking All The New Mazes From Worst To Best

As I strolled into Universal Hollywood for the first time since Halloween Horror Nights 2019, emotions were a bubbly cauldron of excitement, hesitation, and curiosity. The pandemic isn't over — especially in Los Angeles with delta, mu, and lambda variant concerns — and yet I'm vaccinated, diligently wear my mask, and am ready to embrace SpookySeason™ (safely) once again. As much as I'd prefer to exclusively focus on marquee mazes filled with threats from Hill House's purgatorial inhabitants to M...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Amc, America, Los Angeles, Netflix, Pandora, House, Universal, Christ, Bates Motel, Medusa, Cool Stuff, Michael, John Carpenter, Luke

Everything We Know About The Mandalorian Season 3 So Far

Disney+'s "The Mandalorian," the live action Star Wars series that brought Baby Yoda (AKA Grogu) into our lives, has been greenlit for a third season. A lot happened in the season 2 finale of the show — Grogu headed off with a young Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and Din Djarin (AKA The Mandalorian, AKA Pedro Pascal, AKA The Best Dad) said goodbye to his de facto son and became the owner of the Darksaber.With things teed up as they are, "Mandalorian" fans were delighted to find out there'd be a th...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Jon Favreau, Pascal, Mando, Luke, Carl Weathers, Giancarlo Esposito, Pedro Pascal, Luke Skywalker Mark Hamill, Temuera Morrison, Carano, SlashFilm, Katee Sackhoff, Best Dad

Star Wars: Visions Villains Revealed, So Refresh Your Anime Rankings Again

I've said it before and I'll say it again: right from the start, "Star Wars: Visions" has looked like the creative revitalization that the franchise has sorely needed in the wake of "The Rise of Skywalker," and every new bit of information we've received in the time since has only made me more confident. StarWars.com has been gearing up for the impending release of the animated anthology series by teasing new character details, such as this earlier look at the protagonists of various episodes. T...
Tags: Japan, Television, Movies, News, Disney, Darth Vader, Luke, Darth Maul, Skywalker, Jedi, Phasma, Gwendoline Christie, Leach, Obi Wan, SlashFilm, Karre

Every Alfonso Cuaron Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón has managed to carve himself a place among Hollywood's all-star directors with movies such as "A Little Princess," "Children of Men," and "Roma". He made history multiple times at the Academy Awards with his movies: He was the first Mexico-born director to win best director for his sci-fi epic "Gravity" in 2014, and he won Mexico its first best foreign language film Oscar, as well as another best director trophy, for his intimate memoir "Roma" in 2019.Whether they...
Tags: Apple, Florida, England, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Mexico, New York City, US, America, Italy, Mexico City, Ethan Hawke, Alfonso Cuarón, Robert De Niro, Harry Potter

Star Wars: Visions Characters Revealed, Refresh Your Anime Rankings

"Star Wars: Visions" is coming to Disney+ on September 22, and it promises to deliver an interesting new twist on the "Star Wars" mythos, some of which already has Japanese roots. The series is a nine-episode anime anthology, with seven different Japanese studios behind it, and it actually shares its name with a museum exhibition that toured Japan over half a decade ago.This week, StarWars.com is promoting the series by teasing out (and just outright teasing) some character details from producer...
Tags: Japan, Television, Movies, News, Disney, Akira Kurosawa, Twins, Kylo Ren, Kurosawa, Dan, Luke, Kara, Jedi, Rimes, Kinema Citrus, Toshiro Mifune

5 Horror Movies To Stream If You Loved Malignant

James Wan is back in the horror game. Carrying his "Aquaman" clout straight into the bonkers genre project that he's seemingly always longed to do, the "Insidious" director has returned to the horror game with a big swing in the form of "Malignant." In a chat with Bloody Disgusting, Wan credits a handful of Italian and horror-centric directors, calling his latest "my version of a Giallo." He applies an apt metaphor to elaborate:"The best way I describe 'Malignant' is, growing up in the late '80s...
Tags: Movies, Sydney, Mpaa, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Leigh Whannell, Horror Movies, Maddie, Robert Altman, Daniel, Luke, Holly, Gabriel, Rex Reed, Jennifer Connelly, Yonkers, Sam Raimi

The 11 Best Star Wars Droids Ranked By Usefulness

Droids are one of the most ubiquitous and fantastic forms of technology in the Star Wars universe. Just about every character owns a droid, has access to a droid, or interacts with a droid in some capacity. Many of those droids are functional members of society, providing public or paid services, and some are confidants or even friends with their human counterparts. These robots utilize artificial intelligence far beyond what we are currently able to create, demonstrating a self-motivated genera...
Tags: Google, Star Wars, Movies, Disney, Siri, Ap, Rex, Shih tzu, Alexa, Luke Skywalker, Poe, Anakin Skywalker, Boba Fett, Rey, Luke, Marie Kondo

No Man Of God Star Elijah Wood On What It Was Like To Play Ted Bundy's 'Best Friend' [Interview]

Elijah Wood has an elaborate dance to perform in Amber Sealey's "No Man of God." The actor and producer plays FBI agent Bill Hagmaier, who goes toe-to-toe with serial killer Ted Bundy (Luke Kirby) before his execution. The two engage in long conversations without revealing all their cards to each other. A lot is spoken and unspoken by the two men on the opposite sides of the law. The same applies to Wood and Kirby. "No Man of God," which is now on VOD, is another film produced by Wood. For the l...
Tags: Movies, News, Ted, Fbi, Bill, Elijah Wood, Wood, Nicolas Cage, Luke, Mandy, Kirby, Ted Bundy, Frost Nixon, SlashFilm, Robert Cargill, Sealey

10 Things You Didn't Know About Squirrel Girl

The Marvel Comics universe is an ever-expanding world of superheroes and villains, each with their own unique abilities and personalities. Some are even considered "legacy" characters, having taken on the codenames of heroes or villains that came before them. And then, every once in a while, an underdog character comes along who strikes a chord with readers and becomes more popular than anyone ever expected. Squirrel Girl is one of those characters. Squirrel Girl, whose real name is Doreen Green...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Earth, Iron Man, Deadpool, Thanos, Stan Lee, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Jack Kirby, Nancy, Hawkeye, Wolverine, Murray, Freeform, Luke Cage

Interview: Elijah Wood Talks No Man of God, Psychonauts 2, and Favorite Kanye Albums

The Ted Bundy drama No Man of God is out now in theaters and VOD. Directed by Amber Sealey, the film stars Elijah Wood as FBI analyst Bill Hagmaier and Luke Kirby as the notorious serial killer. “In 1980, Ted Bundy was sentenced to death by electrocution. In the years that followed, he agreed to disclose the details of his crimes, but only to one man,” says the official synopsis. “During the early days of the agency’s criminal profiling unit, FBI analyst Bill Hagmaier met with the incarcerated T...
Tags: Music, Movies, Interview, Jay Z, Ted, Fbi, Kanye West, Bill, Elijah Wood, Kanye, Bundy, Yeezus, Luke, Tim, Tim Schafer, Luke Kirby

Here's How The Mandalorian Replicated Mark Hamill's Voice For Luke Skywalker's Return

Testing the limits of new technology is as ingrained in the DNA of "Star Wars" as lightsabers, fashionable bathrobes, and the hero's journey itself. Both the Original and Prequel trilogies pioneered new advances in special effects that laid the groundwork for the next generation of blockbusters that followed in their footsteps. "The Mandalorian" was the latest "Star Wars" production to attempt to live up to that established history of innovation by de-aging Mark Hamill for a surprise appearance ...
Tags: Star Wars, Television, Movies, News, Peter Cushing, Carrie Fisher, Jon Favreau, Lucasfilm, Mark Hamill, Leia, Luke Skywalker, Mark, Luke, Fisher, Skywalker, Hamill

The 20 Best Westerns Of All Time

Since the earliest days of cinema, westerns have been one of Hollywood's favorite genres. 1908's "The Great Train Robbery" was one of the most successful early films, while 1939's "Stagecoach" kicked off a golden age of westerns that lasted until the mid-20th century, making stars out of actors like Gary Cooper, James Stewart, Robert Mitchum, Henry Fonda, Glenn Ford, and Walter Brennan.While thought of as a hallmark of American movies, international westerns grew in popularity, too. European fil...
Tags: Vince Gilligan, Hollywood, Texas, Movies, Washington, Neil Young, Ford, Clint Eastwood, Arizona, Marlon Brando, Stanley Kubrick, Kansas, John Wayne, Beatty, Bill, Jackson

Interview: No Man of God Director Amber Sealey Discusses Ted Bundy Drama

The Ted Bundy drama No Man of God is out on August 27 in theaters and VOD. Directed by Amber Sealey, the film stars Elijah Wood as FBI analyst Bill Hagmaier and Luke Kirby as the notorious serial killer. “In 1980, Ted Bundy was sentenced to death by electrocution. In the years that followed, he agreed to disclose the details of his crimes, but only to one man,” says the official synopsis. “During the early days of the agency’s criminal profiling unit, FBI analyst Bill Hagmaier met with the incar...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Interview, Fbi, Bill, Elijah Wood, Bundy, Luke, Elijah, Kirby, Luke Kirby, Ted Bundy, ComingSoon, Sealey, Amber Sealey, No Man of God

Updates From Nosferatu, Oblivion Song, and More

Robert Kirkman’s Oblivion Song is coming to the big screen, with some help from Jake Gyllenhaal. A Witches of Eastwick reboot may be happening at Warner Bros. Go behind the scenes on the return of Apple TV+’s See. Plus, what’s coming on Archer and What We Do In the Shadows. To me, my spoilers!Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Amc, Apple TV, Juliette Lewis, Jake Gyllenhaal, Archer, Warner Bros, Christina Ricci, September, What We Do In The Shadows, Dan Stevens, Mad Max, Eastwick, Gambit, George Miller

Star Wars Bits: Visions, Disney Gallery, The Bad Batch, Heir to the Empire, The Mandalorian, Crimson Reign, and More!

In this edition of Star Wars Bits: A New Star Wars: Visions Trailer Debuts Mark Hamill in New Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian Clip The Biggest Moments of Star Wars: The Bad Batch and What’s Next Marvel’s War of the Bounty Hunters, Crimson Reign, and Life Day The Mandalorian Season 3 Starts Filming Next Month And more! A New Star Wars: Visions Trailer Debuts This week, Disney+ debuted the trailer and announced the voice casts for Star Wars: Visions, Lucasfilm’s upcoming anime-inspired ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Marvel, Disney, Darth Vader, Lucasfilm, Mark Hamill, Qi, Emilia Clarke, Cool Stuff, Luke Skywalker, Starwars, Dan, Luke, Imperial, Carl Weathers

‘Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian’ Clip Shows Mark Hamill on Set for His Big Scene

Star Wars has a long history of providing reveals, twists, and unexpected appearances that set the imaginations of audiences on fire worldwide. The extremely well-received Disney+ series The Mandalorian went so far as to bookend its first season premiere and second season finale with the respective reveals of Baby Yoda (no, I’m still not calling him Grogu) and, possibly even more shockingly, the appearance of young Luke Skywalker featuring a digitally de-aged Mark Hamill. We’ve known about the ...
Tags: Star Wars, TV, Movies, News, Disney, Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Luke Skywalker, Mark, Luke, Dave Filoni, Filoni, Carrie Fisher Star Wars, Disney Gallery, Baby Yoda, Grogu

Eric Vespe’s Favorite Movies of All Time

Ranking films is always, always, always a fool’s errand. The whole reason we like cinema in the first place is because we go into each and every film with our own unique baggage. Strike that, we go into each and every viewing of a film with that baggage. So, a movie you saw in your 20s might have bounced off of you, but when you watch it again a decade later you’re going in with 10 more years of life experience and it can hit you in a radically different way. A prime example of this phenomenon ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Stephen King, Orson Welles, Raiders, Earth, Features, Austin, William Powell, Fox, New Zealand, Jurassic Park, Terry Gilliam, Quentin Tarantino, John Lithgow, Casablanca

‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Set Image Reveals Mark Hamill Filming With Grogu

By now, it’s no big secret that Mark Hamill made an appearance in season 2 of The Mandalorian. What we didn’t know was the extent to which @HamillHimself (as his Twitter handle reads) was involved in the filming of that scene in which Disney doubled down on the digital de-aging of actors from the original Star Wars trilogy. The magic moment was preceded by some heavy lightsaber action that used a body double to portray Luke. However, in a new official video released to showcase upcoming Disney+...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Disney, America, Johnson, Mark Hamill, Rian Johnson, Alfonso Ribeiro, Luke, Bel Air, Hamill, Ribeiro, Disney YouTube, Deepfake, Luke However

‘DC’s Stargirl’ Star Luke Wilson is Still Confused by Owen Wilson’s Marvel Series ‘Loki’

Don’t feel too bad if you were left scratching your head by some of the events that took place throughout Loki, the Disney+ series that bent time and space to bring us back to the events of 2012’s The Avengers — but with a variant twist. The first season featured Owen Wilson joining the MCU as the Time Variant Authority Agent Mobius but, when it came to figuring out just what was happening in terms of plot, it turns out his brother and fellow actor and superhero show star Luke Wilson was also f...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Disney, Dc, Owen Wilson, David Lynch, Luke Wilson, Cw, Tom Hiddleston, Wilson, Don, Loki, Luke, Owen, Mobius

YouTube Deepfake Expert Who Adjusted ‘Mandalorian’ VFX Hired by ILM

You’d think that a huge company like ILM would bristle at a YouTuber “correcting” their work, but it turns out it’s quite the opposite. Instead of being angry at a content creator who deep-faked a better version of Luke Skywalker‘s surprise return at the end of Season 2 of The Mandalorian they hired them. Shamook has made a name for himself for implementing deepfake technology in his videos, with the Luke glow-up being one of the bigger hits, racking up over 2 million views. Shamook let slip...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Lucasfilm, Ilm, Leia, Luke Skywalker, Indiewire, Luke, Patty Jenkins, Rogue Squadron, Shamook

Hero for Hire #1 - 1st Luke Cage (key)

 Hero for Hire #1 (Luke Cage) Hero for Hire v1 #1, 1972 - Sent to a maximum security prison for a crime he didn't commit, Lucas endures a corrupt warden and his abusive staff. Enticed with parole, he agrees to be a subject of a scientific experiment. The project goes awry, but gives him incredible strength and indestructibility. After literally busting out of prison, he adopts the name Luke [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ Breakdown: The Details and History That Enrich “Infested”

This article contains major spoilers for the latest episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch. After returning to Ord Mantell from another mission for Cid, the Bad Batch find that Cid is no longer in control of her place. Instead, there’s a Devaronian named Roland Durand of the Durand crime family, new to the Star Wars canon (which immediately makes this episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, titled “Infested,” a worthwhile endeavor). He’s taken over with an army of goons and intends to broker a deal w...
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Short film: Vampire Foxes… from SPACE!

Viewed at the 2020 IVFAF. This was a 22-minute long short directed by Kyle Murphy and, whilst fun, it was ultimately style over substance. Starting off at a comic book store, a patron (Riley Taylor) finds the comic book of Vampire Foxes… from SPACE! in the reduced section and starts to read it. The film proper is then the comic-book. We start with Harry (James McLain), the scene starting in colour and then quickly turning to black and white. Harry is filling a container with various things, in...
Tags: Movies, Alaska, Harry, Ben, Luke, Alien Vampire, Kyle Murphy, Riley Taylor, IVFAF 2020, Harry James McLain, Ben Justin Stewart, Dorene M Lorenz, Luke Carl Weber, Dave Stephen Waalkes Dave

New ‘Star Wars: Visions’ Details Reveal the Show’s Place on the Saga’s Timeline

Ever since Disney acquired Lucasfilm, we’ve all had to make our peace with the fact that Star Wars would likely dominate the big screen and our television sets until the end of our lives (and almost certainly beyond that, too). Even the most hardcore fan would have to admit that the key to staving off franchise fatigue will be introducing fresh perspectives and original approaches, and that’s where Star Wars: Visions comes in. The animated anthology series is already shaping up to be one of the...
Tags: Star Wars, TV, Movies, News, Disney, Ocho, Lucasfilm, Twins, Shell, Toyko, Luke Skywalker, Luke, Skywalker, Jedi, Imperial Army, Kamiyama

‘Star Wars’ Voice Actor Vanessa Marshall on Making Her Surprise Return as Hera Syndulla in ‘The Bad Batch’ [Interview]

Vanessa Marshall has been a part of the Star Wars family for a long time now. As the voice of Hera Syndulla, she burst onto the scene with Star Wars Rebels and the character keeps making appearances. She featured prominently in the short lived Forces of Destiny cartoon, she has appeared in books like A New Dawn and the Alphabet Squadron series, she’s featured in comics and video games. She even made a vocal cameo (though her ship was seen) in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. She’s popped up everyw...
Tags: TV, Movies, France, Features, Cham, Omega, Rey, Marshall, Luke, Joseph Campbell, Mary Jane, Hera, Jedi Council, Kanan, Dave Filoni, Dee Bradley Baker

Disney+ Will Air a Special Episode of Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian Season 2

Shortly after The Mandalorian wrapped up its second season last December, Disney+ released a 70-minute making-of documentary under its Disney Gallery banner. However, the special conspicuously lacked any insight into how the filmmakers pulled off the season’s biggest reveal, which notably featured a digitally de-aged Mark Hamill reprising his role as Luke Skywalker in the action-packed finale. Now that fans have had seven whole months to catch up, the streamer is finally delving into this insta...
Tags: TV, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Action, TV News, Streaming, Jon Favreau, Lucasfilm, Mark Hamill, Luke Skywalker, Luke, Skywalker, Hamill, Peyton Reed, Jedi Master

Special ‘Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian’ Episode Will Explore Luke Skywalker’s Grand Return

The end of The Mandalorian season 2 had a big reveal. If you know (or read the headline for this article), you know. It might not as big as the reveal at the end of the show’s first episode (it’s hard to beat Grogu), but it’s a big reveal nonetheless. I’m talking, of course, about a young Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) showing up and saving the day. Hamill’s cameo was exciting, and not only because he’s Luke Skywalker. It was also exciting because Hamill’s Luke looked very much like he did in the...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Peter Cushing, Disney, Jackson, Lucasfilm, Samuel L Jackson, Luke Skywalker, Luke, Jedi, Hamill, Cushing, Nick Fury, Luke Skywalker Mark Hamill, Robert De Niro Joe Pesci

Mike Colter Still Doesn’t Have Closure Over Luke Cage Cancellation

When Luke Cage debuted on Netflix in 2016, it quickly became one of the most popular shows on the streaming platform and one of the most popular shows of Marvel’s series on Netflix. However, Luke Cage – along with other Marvel shows like Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Punisher, and Iron Fist – were eventually canceled, something that star Mike Colter says he still hasn’t gotten over.   RELATED: Kevin Feige on Potential Arrival of Netflix’s Marvel Heroes into the MCU Speaking to Collider in a new in...
Tags: TV, Movies, Marvel, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Paramount, Harlem, Comic Book, Luke Cage, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Jessica Jones, Jessica, Luke, Kevin Feige, Colter

‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Will Bring Back More Directors from ‘The Mandalorian’

The Book of Boba Fett is coming to Disney+ this Christmas and it’s bringing with it some notable directing alumni from The Mandalorian. We already knew that Robert Rodriguez would be executive producing the series and helming several episodes himself, but now the actor under Boba Fett’s helmet and armor, Temuera Morrison, has dropped the news that a few other directors will be returning to help film the bounty hunter’s adventures. Jon Favreau, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Dave Filoni Will Retur...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Disney, Darth Vader, Bryce-Dallas-Howard, Jon-Favreau, George Lucas, Mark Hamill, Robert-Rodriguez, Luke Skywalker, Boba Fett, Morrison, Luke, Wen, Skywalker

‘The Tomorrow War’ Wants to Be ‘Independence Day,’ But You, Sir, Are No ‘Independence Day’

I love dumb movies and I can’t get enough of dumb movie moments. You know the ones! They tend to aim big and throw “realism” to the wind, all in favor of delivering heightened emotions amid satisfying thrills. What’s more, I don’t think there should be any shame or stigma attached to that statement. There’s plenty of room in a well-rounded palette for all sorts of films, after all — from highbrow to lowbrow and everything in between. Something as iconic as Jurassic Park, for example, may not be...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Russia, Earth, Features, David, Jurassic Park, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Miami, Will Smith, Air Force, Chris Pratt, Smith, Alfred Hitchcock, Chris Mckay, George Lucas

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