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‘Lupin’ Trailer: The Gentleman Thief Gets His Own Live-Action Netflix Series

In 1905, French writer Maurice Leblanc created a character named Arsène Lupin, who embodies one of my favorite archetypes in all of storytelling: the gentleman thief. Since his creation, the suave, crafty Lupin has appeared in several short stories, books, comics, and movies over the years, and even inspired a grandson character, Lupin III, who was the subject of acclaimed animation director Hayao Miyazaki’s feature directorial debut and, more recently, a new CG animated film called Lupin III T...
Tags: Action/Adventure, Adaptation, Mystery/Suspense, Netflix, Television, Lupin


‘Black Mirror’ Creator Charlie Brooker’s Mysterious 2020 Project Gets a Mysterious Teaser

This year has been such a shit-show that it makes episodes of Black Mirror look almost quaint by comparison. Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker is aware of that, so rather than bring us a new season of Black Mirror he’s unleashing a new, mysterious mockumentary about the hell year that was 2020. Brooker just dropped a new teaser for the project, which may or may not be called Death to 2020. pic.twitter.com/AfQ5yMKW8l — Charlie Brooker (@charltonbrooker) December 3, 2020 At the end of N...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, Black Mirror, Grant, Charlie Brooker, Hugh Grant, Brooker, TV Trailer, Death to 2020


John Mulaney Says He Was Investigated by the Secret Service After An ‘SNL’ Joke

John Mulaney may look like a very tired tall child, but that didn’t stop the Secret Service from taking his jokes a little too seriously when the comedian appeared on Saturday Night Live back in February. During his monologue, a harmless joke about leap years and Julius Caesar put the comedian on the radar of the Secret Service, who interpreted his joke as a potential death threat against Donald Trump. It makes the latest backlash against the comedian — also relating to a poorly made SNL joke —...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Jimmy Kimmel, Connecticut, Jane Lynch, Secret Service, Donald Trump, Trump, Julius Caesar, Caesar, John Mulaney, Mulaney, Saturday-Night-Live, Business and Industry News


‘Hawkeye’ Cast: Florence Pugh, Vera Farmiga, and More Will Appear; Hailee Steinfeld Confirmed

Just in case you were still waiting for confirmation, it looks like it’s official: Hailee Steinfeld is part of the Hawkeye cast. Steinfeld has been rumored to play Kate Bishop for a while now, but there’s been next to no confirmation. In fact, at one point, Steinfeld seemed to flat-out deny she was even appearing in the series. But the other day, Steinfeld was spotted on the Hawkeye set in character, acting alongside star Jeremy Renner. And now a new report from Variety confirms she’s part of t...
Tags: Television, Movies, Casting, Disney, Scarlett Johansson, Marvel Studios, Hailee Steinfeld, Jeremy-Renner, Hawkeye, Maya, Cox, Variety, Dalton, Pugh, Saul, Johansson


‘Game of Thrones’ Spin-Off Concept Art: Meet the Dragons of ‘House of the Dragon’

Are you ready to get excited about Westeros again? After revealing the game-changing news about how Warner Bros. is going to handle releasing its film slate in 2021, WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar wasn’t done. No, he still had one more thing to unleash upon the world: the first ever concept art for House of the Dragon, the upcoming Game of Thrones spin-off show that’s intended to debut on HBO sometime in 2022. Check out the images below to see the new dragons that are set to appear in the show. ...
Tags: Hbo, England, Television, Movies, Fantasy, Spain, Northern Ireland, Adaptation, Game Of Thrones, Warner Bros, Jason Kilar, Paddy Considine, Concept Art, George R R Martin, Westeros, Targaryen


‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Season 4 Trailer: You Are Cordially Invited to the End of All Things

It’s the end of the world, and somehow, it’s Sabrina Spellman’s fault. Must be Tuesday. But this apocalypse is different than all the others, because it’s the final battle that Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) and the witches of Greendale will ever fight, as Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is set to wrap up its run on Netflix with its fourth and final season. And what a battle it will be: against the ancient, worlds-destroying “Eldritch Terrors.” Watch the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina trailer below. ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Teen, Netflix, Kiernan Shipka, Zelda, Lovecraft, Greendale, Riverdale, Sabrina, Hilda, TV Trailer, Roberto Aguirre Sacasa, Sabrina Spellman, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina


CS Soapbox: Why Ahsoka Tano is Hunting Grand Admiral Thrawn

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Soapbox: Why The Mandalorian’s Ahsoka Tano Wants To Find Grand Admiral Thrawn Warning! Spoilers for The Mandalorian Chapter 13, “The Jedi”  Ahsoka Tano (AKA “Snips”), the Jedi apprentice of Anakin Skywalker during the Clone Wars, made her debut in the feature film  Star Wars: The Clone Wars  (2008). Created by George Lucas and Dave Filoni late in the game, Ahsoka’s presence as a pivotal character in the animations made sense (ish). However, her absence in both the...
Tags: Star Wars, TV, Television, Movies, Movie, Jon Favreau, George Lucas, Grant, Vanity Fair, Yoda, Din, Luke Skywalker, Anakin Skywalker, Gideon, Palpatine, Ashoka


‘The Lord of the Rings’ TV Series Adds 20 More Actors to Its Sprawling Cast

The Lord of the Rings is becoming the one show to hire them all. The latest casting news from the Amazon Studios series based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic fantasy novels features a whopping 20 (!) actors who are joining the sprawling cast of the show. That joke that there are only five British actors and they’ve all worked together may have just been shattered by The Lord of the Rings TV series, which seemed to have hired so many Brits that they’ve had to tap into the well of New Zealand, Sri...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Casting, Fantasy, United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Middle Earth, Tolkien, McKay, J R R Tolkien, Payne, Amazon Studios, Australia Sri Lanka, J D Payne


The Quarantine Stream: Genndy Tartakovsky’s ‘Primal’ is Visceral, Vicious, and Visually Stunning

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Series: Primal Where You Can Stream It: HBO Max The Pitch: When a caveman and a tyrannosaurs rex both experience terrible tragedies, they form an unlikely bond as they join forces to survive in a dangerous prehistoric world full of deadly creatures, mystical beings, and treacherous environments. Why It’s Essential Viewing: Genndy Tar...
Tags: Hbo, Adult Swim, Television, Movies, Features, Animation, Dexter, FANG, Tyler Bates, Genndy Tartakovsky, Primal, Spear, Featured Stories Sidebar, HBO Max, The Quarantine Stream, Laboratory Samurai Jack


‘Fast & Furious: Spy Racers’ Season 3 Trailer: Yep, This Show is Still On (And They’re Racing in the Desert Now)

Have you ever wondered what a Fast & Furious animated show might look like if things were A) even more wild than the regular insanity of the live-action movies and B) more than half of the mouth movements don’t align with the characters’ dialogue? Today is your lucky day, my friends. Netflix has unveiled the trailer for the third season (!) of Fast and Furious: Spy Racers, a show that follows the adventures of Dominic Toretto’s younger cousin Tony and his renegade band of…well, spy racers. Chec...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, Animation, North Africa, Gary, Tony, Crocodile Dundee, Dominic Toretto, Dom, Kelso, Film to TV, Action/Adventure, TV Trailer, Tony Toretto, Fast and Furious: Spy Racers


‘Euphoria’ Special Episode Streaming Early on HBO Max

A trailer for the Euphoria special episode dropped yesterday, and if the brief amount of footage there had you craving more, you’re in luck! Because HBO Max is dropping the new episode early – on Thursday, December 3. The episode will then premiere on HBO on December 6. It’s the first of two special episodes, with one focusing on the holiday season and the other covering COVID-19. If you’re a hip youngster in need of more Euphoria, HBO Max is giving you an early holiday present. The first of...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Zendaya, Jules, Casey Bloys, Sam Levinson, Colman Domingo, Euphoria, Hunter Schafer, HBO Max


Discovery will launch its own streaming service on January 4

Discovery is the latest media company to launch a standalone streaming service — and the latest to adopt the simple naming strategy of just adding a plus sign — with discovery+, set to launch in the United States on January 4, 2021. While Discovery doesn’t have the name recognition of (say) Disney/Disney+, it’s pitching the service as “the definitive streaming service for the best real life entertainment in the world,” with 55,000 episodes at launch drawn from Discovery networks like HGTV,...
Tags: Verizon, Television, Media, Entertainment, Martha Stewart, Disney, Tech, Bbc, Discovery, United States, Ireland, Digital Media, United Kingdom, Tokyo, Kevin Hart, Discovery Networks


‘The Art of The Mandalorian’ Digs into the First Live-Action ‘Star Wars’ Series With Stunning Illustrations

The Mandalorian made Star Wars history as the first live-action TV series. Now you can find out how the project came together at Lucasfilm as one of the first original programs on Disney+ thanks to The Art of The Mandalorian. The book not only features ample amounts of concept art that show off the developmental evolution of the characters, settings, weapons, aliens, and more from the first season of The Mandalorian, but it also digs into the inception of the series and behind-the-scenes detail...
Tags: Star-Wars, Books, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Features, Sequels, Akira Kurosawa, Jon Favreau, Lucasfilm, Cool Stuff, Concept Art, Mando, Skywalker, Carl Weathers


Discovery Launching New Streaming Service with Shows from HGTV, Food Network, A&E, History, TLC, Travel Channel & More

Just when you thought the last of the streaming services had launched, Discovery has announced the launch of yet another in January 2021. The new streaming service is called discovery+, and it will come with the largest-ever content library for a new streaming service at launch. The library will feature over 55,000 episodes from over 2,500 shows from across Discovery, HGTV, Food Network, TLC, ID, OWN, Travel Channel, and Animal Planet, not to mention programs from A&E, History Channel and Lifet...
Tags: Verizon, Asia, Chuck, Hollywood, Cook, London, Television, Movies, Documentary, California, Martha Stewart, New York City, America, Bbc, Chicago, Discovery


Elliot Page Will Continue to Star in ‘The Umbrella Academy’ as Netflix Updates His Past Credits

Following Elliot Page‘s announcement that he is transgender, Netflix confirmed that the actor will continue to play the role of Vanya Hargreeves in The Umbrella Academy. The character, one of the lead roles in Netflix’s major superhero series hit, will reportedly remain a cisgender woman. Variety reports that Elliot Page will retain his role as Vanya Hargreeves in The Umbrella Academy, the superhero series based on the comic book series of the same name written by Gerard Way. The character o...
Tags: Television, Movies, Casting, Netflix, Las Vegas, Page, Variety, Brett Ratner, Vanya, Gerard Way, Comic Book/Superhero, Elliot Page, Umbrella Academy, The Umbrella Academy, Vanya Hargreeves, Elliot Page Will Continue


‘The Offer’: Armie Hammer to Star in Paramount+ Show About Making ‘The Godfather’

Apparently, someone just made Armie Hammer an offer he couldn’t refuse. That offer: to play producer Al Ruddy in The Offer, an upcoming television series about the making of Francis Ford Coppola’s cinematic classic The Godfather. The show is aiming to be one of the big titles for the streaming service Paramount+, which is soon being rebranded from its current name, CBS All Access. Get more info about Armie Hammer in The Offer below. Deadline reports that Hammer (The Social Network, The Lone ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Casting, Rebecca, Cbs, Armie-Hammer, Paramount, True Story, Cbs All Access, Diane Keaton, Francis Ford Coppola, Charlie, Ruddy, Dannemora, Michael Tolkin


‘Blindspotting’ TV Show Finds Its Cast; Rafael Casal Reprising His Role From the Movie

The gentrification-themed comedy/drama Blindspotting was one of the best movies of 2018, and it’s been more than a year since we heard that a TV spin-off was in the works at Starz. Now the cast for the Blindspotting TV show has been locked in. We already knew the series would focus on Jasmine Cephas Jones‘ Ashley character from the movie, but now we know that Rafael Casal, who co-wrote and co-starred in the film, will be serving as the showrunner and will also reprise his role as Miles in a rec...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Lionsgate, Casting, Bali, Starz, Oakland, Bay Area, Miles, Janelle, Variety, Ashley, Earl, Daveed Diggs, Diggs


Melissa McCarthy Doesn’t Listen to Our Pleas, Re-teams With Ben Falcone for Netflix Series ‘God’s Favorite Idiot’

Melissa McCarthy: you’re one of the most talented actresses working today. But when you work with Ben Falcone, you’re comedic poison. The husband-wife duo’s collaborations have resulted in some real stinkers like Tammy, The Boss, and the recently released Superintelligence, all of which Falcone had directed and co-written with McCarthy, who starred in the films. And each new project has only delivered diminishing returns, each less funny and more insulting than the last. And now, McCarthy and F...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Casting, Netflix, New York Times, Party, Paul Feig, Mccarthy, Melissa-McCarthy, Falcone, Ben Falcone, God's Favorite Idiot, Thunder Force Netflix, Falcone Maybe


‘The Price Is Right’ is Getting a Whole Channel on Pluto TV with Classic Bob Barker Episodes

The Price Is Right is one of the most beloved long-running game shows in TV history. The series began back in 1956 with a much different format than the one today’s audiences are used to seeing. But the most famous version of The Price Is Right began in 1972 with host Bob Barker, and starting today, the free TV streaming service Pluto TV is offering an entire channel dedicated to The Price Is Right episodes hosted by Happy Gilmore’s most formidable opponent. Pluto TV announced (via Deadline) ...
Tags: Television, Movies, America, Pluto TV, Barker, Carey, Gilmore, Fremantle, Plinko, Drew Carey, Bob Barker, The Price Is Right, Netflix/Streaming Video, Buzzr, Amy Kuessner, Global Partnerships at Pluto TV


Freeform’s 25 Days of Christmas Marathon Kicks Off Today – See the Full Schedule

It’s here. When the clock struck midnight on December 1, something stirred over at the Freeform offices, where they readied themselves for another 25 days of their now-iconic Christmas marathon. It happens every year, and they play (mostly) the same movies every year, but there’s something especially comforting about the Freeform 25 Days of Christmas Marathon, which offers us the respite of sentimental classics and beloved cartoons. It kicks off today, with a jam-packed slate that includes Disn...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, Handcuffs, Tim Burton, Disney, Harry Potter, Santa Claus, Santa, Tim Allen, Town, Rudolph, Freeform, Dec, Peacock, Seuss


“Theft” Brings Some Shock and Awe to ‘His Dark Materials’ With the Help of Paddington Bear

His Dark Materials is only getting better with each episode of its second season, with the third episode, “Theft,” finally bringing an end to the sluggish witches vs. Magisterium plot and getting to the real action. And by real action, I mean Will and Lyra sitting down in a movie theater to watch Paddington. No, I don’t really mean that. But that scene is a pivotal example of how His Dark Materials is letting loose its dour, epic fantasy trappings to embrace some of the awe and whimsy that was ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Fantasy, Features, Paddington, Miranda, Will, Boreal, Wilson, Mary, Lee, Haley, Lin Manuel Miranda, Observatory, Kirby, Andrew Scott


Baby Yoda’s Name Was Decided During ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 1, and Ahsoka Tano Was There When George Lucas Held Him

One of the biggest revelations to come out of last weekend’s episode of The Mandalorian was the real name of Baby Yoda. His name is Grogu, and executive producer Jon Favreau has known that since the first season, but it was fellow executive producer Dave Filoni who figured out how to finally reveal it with the debut of Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka Tano. Speaking of which, do you remember back when everyone was freaking out about Jon Favreau snapping a photo of Star Wars creator George Lucas holding...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Jon-Favreau, Lucasfilm, George-Lucas, Vanity Fair, Mando, Jon, Rosario-Dawson, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Dave Filoni, Ahsoka Tano, Ahsoka


‘Surface’: Gugu Mbatha-Raw to Star in Psychological Thriller for AppleTV+

Gugu Mbatha-Raw, who you may know from The Morning Show and Beyond the Lights, is about to headline her own TV show. She’s set to star in Surface, a new psychological thriller for AppleTV+ which hails from creator Veronica West, who was one of the key people behind the cancelled-too-soon Hulu re-imagining of High Fidelity. Mbatha-Raw is settling into AppleTV+. She already plays a supporting role on The Morning Show for that streamer, and now she’s about to star in Surface, a new thriller that...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Casting, Disney, Thriller, Showtime, Surface, Hulu, Ava Duvernay, Black Mirror, Dexter, Loki, Wachowskis, Gugu Mbatha Raw


‘Euphoria’ Special Episode Trailer: You’re Getting More ‘Euphoria’ Even Before Season 2 Premieres

Euphoria, HBO’s hit series that looks like it’s designed for people much younger than me, is coming back for a second season. But before season 2 arrives, HBO is bringing not one but two different special episodes. One will be a Christmas episode arriving in December, and we’ve got our first look at that via a new trailer below. The second special episode is said to be COVID-19 related. Euphoria Special Episode Trailer  Happy holidays from Euphoria. The HBO series just dropped the trail...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Zendaya, Jules, Casey Bloys, Sam Levinson, TV Trailer, Colman Domingo, Euphoria


David Lynch Netflix Series Might Start Production Next Year

David Lynch might be heading to Netflix. The acclaimed filmmaker has been a little tightlipped about what he’s doing next, but a report in Production Weekly reveals that Lynch is set to direct a new Netflix series with the working title Wisteria. There’s next to no information beyond that, and Netflix is declining to comment at the moment. But the prospect of something new from David Lynch is definitely grounds for excitement. After making Inland Empire in 2006, David Lynch took 11 years off...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, David-Lynch, Lynch, Wisteria, Sabrina S Sutherland, Production Weekly, Indiewire Netflix


‘Willow’ Sequel Series Eyes Actresses For Three Leading Roles

Willow, the Disney+ series set years after the events of the 1988 fantasy movie, is currently negotiating with three actresses to play three primary roles in the upcoming show. Ellie Bamber (Nocturnal Animals), Cailee Spaeny (Pacific Rim: Uprising), and Erin Kellyman (Solo: A Star Wars Story) are all in talks to play the female leads, and you can read more about their characters below. No official details about the series have been revealed yet, but according to Deadline, this follow-up show ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Casting, Fantasy, Disney, Sequels, Davis, Ron Howard, Willow, Val Kilmer, Alex Garland, Jon, Elora, Warwick Davis, Bamber, Ellie Bamber


Noah Hawley Says We Shouldn’t Expect His ‘Star Trek’ Movie or ‘Alien’ TV Series Anytime Soon (Or Maybe Ever)

At one point, it seemed very likely that Fargo and Legion creator Noah Hawley would be involved with both an Alien TV series and Star Trek 4. But these days, both projects are looking less and less likely. In a new interview, Hawley confirms that there’s next to no movement on either property. As Hawley tells it, he hasn’t really been involved with anything regarding Alien for a few years, and while Star Trek 4 came “very close to production,” things ultimately fizzled out. Alien TV Series...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Star-Trek, Fox, Sequels, Chris Hemsworth, Quentin Tarantino, Ridley Scott, Alien, Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Noah Hawley, Paramount, Cbs All Access


‘The Mandalorian’ May Take Place Before the Final Scene of ‘Star Wars Rebels’ – Here’s What That Means

Last weekend’s episode of The Mandalorian saw the debut of Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka Tano in the live-action Star Wars universe after becoming a fan favorite character from The Clone Wars. Ahsoka also had a hand in the plot of Star Wars Rebels as a Rebel informant under the codename “Fulcrum,” which resulted in an eventual face-off with her old master: Darth Vader. With Ahsoka Tano coming into the live-action Star Wars universe, fans have been wondering what that means for her past, including th...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Animation, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Vanity Fair, Star Wars Rebels, Imperial, Ezra, Thrawn, Rosario Dawson, Bridger, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Dave Filoni


‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 May Already Be Done with One of the New Characters

The Mandalorian season 2 has brought quite an assembly of characters into the story of the bounty hunter Din Djarin and Baby Yoda (who now has an actual name: Grogu). Just this past weekend, The Clone Wars favorite Ahsoka Tano made an appearance played by Rosario Dawson. Earlier this season, Katee Sackhoff brought her animated character Bo-Katan to life in live-action as well, and she brought two other Mandalorian warriors with her. However, that doesn’t mean all of these characters will contin...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Imperial, Sasha Banks, Rosario Dawson, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Katee Sackhoff, Ahsoka Tano, Sackhoff, Bo Katan, Varnado


Amazon Has Canceled ‘Utopia’ After One Season

So much for Utopia. The Amazon series, an American remake of the British drama of the same name, came from Gone Girl writer Gillian Flynn, and for a while, Flynn was working on the show with David Fincher over at HBO. HBO eventually passed on the project, though, and so did Fincher. But Flynn kept things going, taking the series to Amazon, who gave it a straight-to-series order. Unfortunately, the series failed to generate much buzz, and has now been canceled by Amazon after only one season. ...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Television, Movies, Utopia, Gillian Flynn, David Fincher, Rooney Mara, Walton, Flynn, Fincher, HBO HBO, Jessica Hyde Sasha Lane, Amazon Has Canceled ` Utopia, John Cusack Jessica Rothe Rainn Wilson Sasha Lane, Grant Javon Wan



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