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Here's Where You Can Stream Every Matrix 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 Matrix franchise.)The recent trailer for "The Matrix Resurrections" has stirred its fair share of reactions both positive and negative, including our own staff's mixed-positive opinion. Whichever way you went with it, if you're a fan of the over two-decade-old series it no doubt stirred some memberberries, and perhaps put you in the mood to enter The Mat...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Australia, Stephen King, Superman, Conan, William Gibson, Will Smith, Warner Bros, Smith, Philip K Dick, Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Wachowskis, Michel Gondry, Lana

11 Spielberg Projects We Never Saw But Wish We Could've

Most filmmakers are lucky if they end their career with just one classic on their resume, but Steven Spielberg has made upwards of a dozen. Spielberg has a versatility that is unparalleled among his contemporaries. Whether it's adventure, drama, comedy, historical period piece, science fiction, fantasy, or animation, he's done it, and likely done it well.He's also one of the most prolific working filmmakers with 32 feature films released. Taking time and care to select each project, Spielberg ha...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Kentucky, Iraq, Michael Bay, Disney, Dc Comics, Munich, United States, Selma, Ford, Paris, Jurassic Park, Anne Hathaway, Josh Brolin, Lincoln

Generation Canceled By HBO Max After Just One Season

Why can't we have nice things? Or at the very least, why can't they last longer? Earlier this year, we got a very nice thing in the form of the new HBO Max series "Generation" (stylized "Genera+ion"), an ensemble story about a group of high schoolers learning about life, love, and family in a conservative California community. For a grand total of 16 episodes (delivered in two eight-episode batches), "Generation" was pure, ambitious, chaotic fun. But now its time to bid the show an early goodbye...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, California, Jennifer Aniston, Manhattan, Michigan, Smith, Zelda, Steven Spielberg, Daniel, Ben, Riley, Schlesinger, Tyler

HBO Max’s Teen Drama Series Generation Canceled After One Season

HBO Max has officially decided not to renew creators Zelda and Daniel Barnz’s coming-of-age dramedy series Generation for a second season. The cancellation comes after over two months since the Lena Dunham-produced series had concluded its 16-episode first season last July. “We will not be moving forward with a second season of Genera+ion,” HBO Max said in a statement (via Deadline). “We are very proud to have partnered with Zelda and Daniel Barnz to faithfully and authentically represent LGBTQ ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, Lena Dunham, TV News, Streaming, Smith, Zelda, Generation, Michael Cohen, Genera, Daniel Barnz, Martha Plimpton, Justice Smith, HBO Max, Chase Sui Wonders

Bel-Air: Peacock Announces Main Cast Joining Jabari Banks in Drama Series

Peacock’s highly anticipated drama series Bel-Air, a contemporary reimagining of the beloved and culture-defining ’90s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air starring Will Smith, has announced the full main cast that will be joining newcomer Jabari Banks, who will star as Will in the show. RELATED: Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Reboot Enlists Newcomer Jabari Banks as Will Along with Jabari Banks, the series regulars include: Adrian Holmes as “Phillip Banks” (At That Age, V Wars) Cassandra Freeman as “Viv...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, Youtube, Atlanta, TV News, Streaming, Will Smith, Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, West Philadelphia, Bel-Air, Peacock, Geoffrey, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Universal Television

Kevin Smith's Secret Stash Book Candidly Chronicles The Life And Career Of The Clerks Filmmaker

The voice of Kevin Smith is probably more prominently and frequently heard than any other filmmaker working today. Aside from becoming an influential writer/director thanks to his sensational Sundance-selected comedy "Clerks," the growth of geek culture, the popularity of comic books, and the rise of podcasting as a popular medium paved the way for Smith to become a pillar of pop culture. After writing several books collecting various life stories, podcast anecdotes and Hollywood hullabaloo acro...
Tags: Reviews, Hollywood, Movies, Ben Affleck, New Jersey, Harvey Weinstein, Bob, Emma Thompson, Usa Today, Smith, Will Ferrell, Alan Rickman, Jay, Mark Hamill, Southwest Airlines, Cool Stuff

Mission: Impossible 7 Just Wrapped Production

That's a wrap for "Mission: Impossible 7." The latest sequel in the ongoing action franchise, led by running man Tom Cruise, has completed its principal photography. After several Covid-related production setbacks, it will now move into post-production.Via Collider, gaffer Martin Smith has shared an Instagram photo with him and some other crew members posing with a clapper board, which reads, "Mission Complete! 2020–2021." It's probably better that they went with those words over, say, "Mission ...
Tags: Movies, News, Tom Cruise, Smith, Hayley Atwell, Martin Smith, Christopher McQuarrie, Pom Klementieff, SlashFilm, Henry Czerny, Eugene Kittridge, Simon Pegg Rebecca Ferguson Vanessa Kirby, Frederick Schmidt Henry Czerny, Agent Carter for Marvel

Ron's Gone Wrong Trailer: Just A Boy And His Malfunctioning Robot

We've all wanted a robot buddy at some point in our lives, right? Like, before Alexa got intensely creepy and the robot uprising became an inevitable part of our future. Well, an upcoming animated movie from 20th Century Studios dares to ask — what if your robot buddy was a complete disaster?Set in a fictional near-future, "Ron's Gone Wrong" follows an awkward middle schooler struggling to make friends. Along with his general inability to speak to his classmates, Barney (voiced by rising star Ja...
Tags: Movies, News, Disney, Netflix, Trailers, Pixar, Smith, Alexa, Barney, Sarah Smith, Zach Galifianakis, Ron, Ed Helms, Mitchells, SlashFilm, Jack Dylan Grazer

Ron’s Gone Wrong Trailer Takes the Friendship Code to the Next Level

20th Century Studios has dropped a brand new trailer for the upcoming coming-of-age animated film Ron’s Gone Wrong, starring Zach Galifianakis (Missing Link) and Jack Dylan Grazer (Luca). The film is currently scheduled to make its debut in theaters on Friday, October 22, which pits it against three highly-anticipated ensemble films in the form of Dune, The French Dispatch, and The Harder They Fall. The new Ron’s Gone Wrong trailer, which you can check out below along with the new poster, featur...
Tags: Video, Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Pixar, Smith, Cg, Barney, Sarah Smith, Zach Galifianakis, Ron, Elisabeth Murdoch, Movie News, Thomas Barbusca, Jack Dylan Grazer

The Matrix Resurrections Trailer Seems To Show What Happened Immediately After The Matrix Revolutions

There are plenty of intriguing details to examine in the first trailer for "The Matrix Resurrections." Not only does the movie look absolutely gorgeous, but it's also sparked some interesting sequel comparisons. However, there's one particular detail we noticed that might give us some idea of how Neo (or Thomas Anderson) finds himself back in the Matrix after rebooting it in "The Matrix Revolutions." Recalling The Matrix Revolutions If it's been awhile since you've seen "The Matrix Revolutions,"...
Tags: Movies, News, Neil Patrick Harris, Smith, Neo, Agent Smith, SlashFilm, Thomas Anderson, HBO Max

The Matrix Resurrections Looks As Wild As The Sequels...Which Are Actually Good, Sorry

Have you recovered from that pulse-pounding "The Matrix Resurrections" trailer yet? No? Same here. Many of us thought this day would never come, but filmmaker Lana Wachowski is officially following the white rabbit and returning to the world of the original mind-bending classic. The three minutes of brand-new footage are full of hints and teases that demand thematic speculation and deep-dive breakdowns suggesting what's to come, but the particular blend of imagery, visuals, and tone on display a...
Tags: Movies, Superman, Trinity, Smith, Keanu Reeves, Machines, Neo, Alice, Priyanka Chopra, Wachowskis, Matrix, Lana Wachowski, Carrie Anne Moss, SlashFilm

Breaking Down The Matrix Resurrections' Head Trip of a First Trailer

Now that The Matrix Revolutions’ first trailer has been uploaded to the real-world internet that keeps our world humming, it’s time to break down Lana Wachowski’s vision for the next chapter of the Matrix franchise.Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Fiction, Trinity, Neil Patrick Harris, Smith, Keanu Reeves, Oracle, Neo, Alice, The Matrix, Morpheus, Agent Smith, Jonathan Groff, Lana Wachowski

The Morning Watch: How Tony Leung Acts With His Eyes, Creating Chasing Amy's Comic-Con Opening & More

(The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fan-made productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.)In this edition, watch a video essay explain how "Shang-Chi" co-star Tony Leung has delivered such masterful performances over the years by acting with his eyes. Plus, take a journey back to 1997 as Kevin Smith breaks down ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Movies, News, Matt Damon, Ocean, Smith, Paul Bettany, Amy, Kevin Smith, Ryan, Damon, Leung, Hooper, SlashFilm, Tony Leung, Shang Chi

The Matrix Resurrections Trailer Breakdown: Let's See How Deep The Rabbit Hole Goes

"The Matrix Resurrections" trailer is here, and there's only one word to sum it up: "whoa." Let's take a closer look at Lana Wachowski's grand, visually dazzling, and highly anticipated return to this groundbreaking cinematic universe. The Matrix Is Real(ly Fake Looking) The very first shot showcases a Victorian-looking building in San Francisco, but as that familiar, metallic, "nails on a chalkboard" sound effect indicates, we're actually back inside the Matrix, the artificial world constructed...
Tags: Movies, San Francisco, Trinity, Neil Patrick Harris, Smith, David Mitchell, Jason Statham, Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Neo, Alice, Anderson, Real Life, Amazon Studios, Corky, Yahya

Birds of Paradise Trailer: Diana Silvers & Kristine Froseth Lead Amazon’s Ballet Drama Pic

Amazon Prime Video has released the official trailer for the upcoming drama film titled Birds of Paradise, based on A.K. Small’s 2019 novel Bright Burning Stars. The video, which you can check out below along with the key art poster, highlights the unlikely partnership between two aspiring ballerinas as they compete for the school’s ultimate prize.  The film will be available for streaming on September 24. Friendship and competition don’t mix when the ultimate grand prize is on the line. Birds ...
Tags: Amazon, Video, Movies, Drama, Virginia, Society, Marine, Alaska, Paris, Streaming, Opera, Kate, Smith, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Paris France

Rick and Morty Drops Live-Action Promo Featuring Christopher Lloyd

Ahead of Rick and Morty‘s upcoming two-part fifth-season finale, Adult Swim surprised fans with a brand new promo, featuring live-action versions of the titular duo. In the 14-second video, we can see Back to the Future star Christopher Lloyd, and IT actor Jaeden Martell as they portray new versions of Rick and Morty, who are from the C-132 universe. It’s unclear whether or not this promo will only be a one-time thing or will turn into something more. But, it sure is cool to see Lloyd’s version ...
Tags: Video, Comedy, Adult Swim, TV, Movies, TV News, Smith, Lloyd, Morty, Rick, Jerry, Rick And Morty, Doc Brown, Christopher Lloyd, Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland

15 Movies to Inspire Your Existential Travel Across the US When Life Feels Terrible

Chloé Zhao’s Academy Award-winning Nomadland is inspiring a new wave of tourism to unlikely locations in South Dakota, including the Reptile Gardens animal park and the cowboy-themed Wall Drug Store, both featured in the film.Read more...
Tags: Cheryl Strayed, Reese Witherspoon, Films, Disney, US, It, Netflix, South Dakota, Frances Mcdormand, Jeff Daniels, Lifehacks, Smith, Hulu, David Lynch, On The Road, Grand Canyon

Hailee Steinfeld-Led Dramedy Dickinson Ending with Season 3

Apple TV+ has announced that Alena Smith’s historical comedy-drama series Dickinson will officially be concluding its run with the upcoming third season. The series was one of the streamer’s first original shows when it first launched in 2019. The announcement also comes with the release of the first teaser for Dickinson Season 3, which you can check out below, giving us a glimpse at what to expect in the final season as Emily continues to make her mark in the world with her poetry. Starring Osc...
Tags: Apple, Video, Comedy, TV, Movies, Drama, America, Apple TV, TV News, Streaming, Smith, Billy Eichner, Emily Dickinson, Hailee Steinfeld, Zosia Mamet, Sylvia Plath

Movies About Cults That Will Keep You Up At Night

Cults are uniquely terrifying because just about anyone is susceptible to their charms. No one wants to lose their autonomy, and yet again and again, people who join cults do just that. Movies about cults tap into those fears, taking control away from both the heroes and also those rooting for them.Originally, cults were factions who worshipped a specific god. Later, cults became defined as groups of people, usually under a leader whom they worship, who are up to no good, and who use coercion to...
Tags: Wtf, Movies, Sweden, America, Los Angeles, David, Netflix, West, United States, Williams, House, David Cronenberg, Salem, Stanley Kubrick, Catholic, Christian

Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Reboot Enlists Newcomer Jabari Banks as Will

Nearly a year since The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reboot officially secured a two-season order, Peacock has finally found the young actor who will take on the mantle from Will Smith and become the upcoming drama’s newest Fresh Prince. The streamer has tapped newcomer Jabari Banks for the leading role of Will in Morgan Cooper’s Bel-Air series, which is a modern-day reimagining of the original sitcom. Interestingly, Banks is also a West Philadelphia local, just like the series’ lead character. His c...
Tags: TV, Movies, Nbc, Drama, California, TV News, Streaming, Will Smith, Smith, Richard, Will, Andy, Jada Pinkett Smith, West Philadelphia, Cooper, Bel-Air

Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air Reboot Finds Its Lead — Watch Will Smith Give Him The Role

Cue the Carlton dance: "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" reimagining has found its star. Will Smith, who starred in the original 1990s sitcom and will be executive producing the contemporary version for the Peacock streaming service, shared a video today of himself awarding the lead role to up-and-coming actor Jabari Banks. Check it out below. Will Smith Surprises Jabari Banks The show's creative team has selected Jabari Banks, a West Philadelphia local and recent college graduate, to play "Will" ...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Will Smith, Smith, Carlton, West Philadelphia, Cooper, Bel Air, Jabari, Geoffrey, SlashFilm, Morgan Cooper, Jabari Banks, Jabari Banks Check, Geoffrey Butler

Rick And Morty Probably, Hopefully, Maybe Won't Be Taking A Two-Year Break Again

We know we have a whole lot of "Rick and Morty" in our future, since show creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland signed a 70-episode deal with Adult Swim. What's less clear, however, is when we'll see the remaining episodes after the season 5 finale airs this September.In a recent interview, Spencer Grammer — who voices Morty's big sister, Summer — gave us a hint as to when we may likely expect to see the next season. More Episodes Coming Our Way ... Eventually? In an interview with Inverse, Gra...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Smith, Hulu, Morty, Rick, Harmon, Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland, Grammer, SlashFilm, Sarah Chalke, Spencer Grammer, Rick Sanchez, Roiland

Superhero Bits: Everett Ross' New Look For Black Panther 2, Nia DaCosta Pitched An X-Men Movie & 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:Patty Jenkins found "Wonder Woman 1984" release "heartbreaking"John Cena is down to play The Thing in "Fantastic Four"Nia DaCosta pitched an X-Men movie to "The Marvels" prod...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, Jimmy Kimmel, Youtube, Suicide Squad, Martin Freeman, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Stan Lee, Smith, Marvel Studios, Bishop, Sigmund Freud, Ava, John Cena

Kevin Smith Reveals A First Look At Clerks III Meticulously Recreating The Original Clerks

Kevin Smith has been busy working on "Clerks III." The writer/director is getting a little nostalgic with the sequel, which is coming 15 years since we last saw the titular convenience store slackers Dante (Brian O'Halloran) and Randal (Jeff Anderson) in the fast food game in "Clerks II." Inspired by his own near-death experience, the sequel finds Randal pooling his resources to make a movie about the time he and Dante have spent working behind a counter, not unlike Kevin Smith did with the orig...
Tags: Facebook, Movies, News, Lionsgate, New Jersey, Bob, Smith, Jay, Dante, Kevin Smith, Randal, SlashFilm, Dante Brian O Halloran, Randal Jeff Anderson

Lilly Wachowski Has a Great Reason for Not Directing Matrix: Resurrections

When a fourth Matrix movie was finally announced, the obvious conclusion is that sisters and co-directors Lana and Lilly Wachowski would both be returning to the franchise. So it was quite a surprise to learn that Lana would occupy the sole director’s chair for The Matrix: Resurrections. Now Lilly Wachowski explained…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Trinity, Smith, Keanu Reeves, Jada, The Matrix, Television Critics Association, Jada Pinkett Smith, Lilly, Agent Smith, Lana, Carrie Anne Moss, Wachowski, The Wachowskis

The 15 Best '90s Comedies Ranked

The '90s were a landmark decade for comedy films. The growth of independent filmmaking allowed unique comedic voices to reach mainstream audiences. "Saturday Night Live" generated a new batch of comedy stars, many of whom made successful screen debuts during the decade and are still active today. The old guard was still around, too, creating characters with more depth and nuance than any parts they played during the '80s. It wasn't just live-action, either; for the first time, adult animated sho...
Tags: England, Hollywood, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, White House, Ben Affleck, America, Los Angeles, Fbi, David, Wes Anderson, Bill Murray, Chad, David O Russell, Death Star, Johnny Depp

The Suicide Squad: Things Only Comic Fans Will Know About Peacemaker

The casting of professional-wrestler-turned-actor John Cena as the superhero known as Peacemaker has a number of non-comics fans suddenly curious about the character. Not only does Peacemaker steal the show in the James Gunn's "The Suicide Squad," but an HBO Max series in which Cena reprises the role has already finished filming.True to form for Gunn, whose "Guardians of the Galaxy" films made household names out of the previously obscure Marvel characters Rocket Raccoon, Groot, and Star-Lord (w...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Viola Davis, Movies, White House, Alan Moore, Dc Comics, United Nations, Chase, Poland, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Geneva, Jordan, Dc, Vietnam

The Morning Watch: Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Easter Eggs, Kevin Smith Breaks Down The Mallrats Stink Palm Scene & More

(The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fan-made productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.)In this edition, take a look at over five dozen "Spider-Man: No Way Home" trailer Easter eggs, callbacks, and comic book references. Plus, listen as writer/director Kevin Smith breaks down the famous "Stink Palm" scene from...
Tags: Movies, News, Smith, Jonah Hill, Kevin Smith, Beanie Feldstein, ScreenCrush, SlashFilm, Mallrats, Plus Hill

The 10 Best Sci-Fi Movie Villains

It's long been said that heroes are only as good as the villains that face them. That's even more true in science fiction. In sci-fi, the villains aren't just foils. They're an integral for world-building, as their diabolical machinations and motivations help reflect the environment that created them. At their best, they're also flawed, complex, and relatable. The sci-fi villains who endure in our memories for decades aren't the ones that nearly win, but instead the ones who tell a story that th...
Tags: Movies, Microsoft, Australia, Nazis, US, Stanley Kubrick, Josh Brolin, Skynet, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Darth Vader, Kubrick, Thor, Thanos, Smith, Noah Hawley, Alex

‘The Voyeurs’ Trailer: Sydney Sweeney Stars in an Obsessive Erotic Thriller

Hot off her terrifying turn as The White Lotus’s resident mean girl, Sydney Sweeney is already back on our screens. We’ve seen her play some very intense teen girls, varying from mean and angsty to full-on disturbed. But here, she stars as a young adult and innocent-seeming Pippa, whose life spirals into darkness when she becomes obsessed with her neighbors.  You can watch the trailer for Sweeney’s upcoming film The Voyeurs below. The Voyeurs Trailer In The Voyeurs trailer, we meet T...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, News, Netflix, Trailers, Amy Adams, Smith, Alfred Hitchcock, Pippa, Tom, Sweeney, Ben Hardy, Downtown Montreal, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Michael Mohan, Sydney Sweeney

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