Exclusive: My Dead Dad Teaser Trailer Starring Pedro Correa

ComingSoon is excited to debut the exclusive teaser trailer for the upcoming drama My Dead Dad, starring Pedro Correa (Little Fires Everywhere). The film will have its World Premiere at the 2021 Woodstock Film Festival later this month. RELATED: Exclusive: The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain Clip Starring Frankie Faison “In this charming coming-of-age drama, young burnout Lucas (Correa) is notified that his estranged father has passed away,” reads the official synopsis. “Relieved to never have to...
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Are these the greatest songs of all time?

Rolling Stone magazine just released its list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time," as selected by artists, writers, and music industry folks. Here are the top 10: 1 Aretha Franklin "Respect" 19672 Public Enemy "Fight the Power" 19893 Sam Cooke "A Change Is Gonna Come" 19644 Bob Dylan "Like a Rolling Stone" 19655 Nirvana "Smells Like Teen Spirit" 19916 Marvin Gaye "What's Going On" 19717 The Beatles "Strawberry Fields Forever" 19678 Missy Elliott "Get Ur Freak On" 20019 Fle...
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When her partner is imprisoned on fraud charges, a previously wealthy woman is forced to take up work as a taxi driver for elderly ladies. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Daniel Craig Gives Farewell Speech After Wrapping No Time to Die

Ahead of its world premiere later this month, a brand new behind-the-scenes video from the set of Cary Joji Fukunaga’s long-delayed James Bond film No Time to Die has surfaced online through Twitter, featuring Daniel Craig giving an emotional farewell speech right after he wrapped up filming for his final 007 film. In the short video, Craig can be seen showing his gratitude to the crew who has been working with him since 2006’s Casino Royale. Check out Daniel Craig’s farewell speech in the playe...
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Meet the average Netflix user, a Millennial woman without a college degree living in the American suburbs earning less than $50,000 a year

Daniel Reinhardt/picture alliance via Getty Images Netflix has 74 million subscribers in the US and Canada. Its typical user is a woman who lives in the US suburbs and has some or no college education. The average user is also more likely to identify as liberal or a moderate, not republican. See more stories on Insider's business page. Netflix is arguably the most ubiquitous streaming service, with 74 million subscribers in North America.It appeals to viewers of all walks of life, but...
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An actress with terminal cancer gathers her family and friends for a final farewell. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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The man behind 'Can you pet the dog?' would love to write a book, but he'd settle for just being able to pay rent

In "Fallout 4," you can pet the dog. Bethesda Softworks With over half a million Twitter followers, "Can you pet the dog?" is wildly popular. The account provides a specific service: Telling followers whether or not you can pet a dog in a given video game. It's thanks to one man, working for free, that the account has become such a smash hit. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Every week, with few exceptions, Tristan Cooper spends anywhere from a few hours to over ...
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Love Life Season 2 Teaser: It's William Jackson Harper's Turn To Find Love In HBO Max Series

Looks like HBO Max is on a mission to help the world process their romantic trauma, because season 2 of their rom-com anthology "Love Life" is full speed ahead. The streamer just released our first look at the new season, which sees season 1 star Anna Kendrick passing the torch to William Jackson Harper. Just as charming as ever, Harper introduces Marcus, the show's latest lovelorn lead.Check out the first teaser for "Love Life" below! Love Life Season 2 Teaser "Love Life" was first described ...
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Lucasfilm's Obi-Wan Show Will Feature F9 Star Sung Kang Wielding A Lightsaber

To the surprise of nobody, Disney and Lucasfilm are keeping very quiet about the upcoming "Obi-Wan Kenobi" series. Ewan McGregor had to lie about it for years. They're not going to tell us anything. So, we're left to extrapolate what we can when some poor actors try to say nothing, while saying something, during press junkets. Luckily, Sung Kang recently spilled some tea during an interview. And it's substantial! Relatively speaking. His character, who does not yet have a name, is going to have ...
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The Humans Trailer: Steven Yeun And Richard Jenkins Have The Most Unsettling Family Dinner

A24 has rapidly established itself as a studio that specializes in producing and distributing low-budget indie films that tend to have a lot more going on under the surface than might appear at first glance. By all accounts, "The Humans" is no different. Who among us hasn't experienced an awkward or downright uncomfortable holiday dinner with family, filled with passive/aggressive insults and not-so-subtle backbiting? Luckily, Americans have a built-in excuse to do exactly that at least once a y...
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Ten Year Old Tom Trailer: A New Animated Series From The Life And Times Of Tim Creator

There's nothing quite like the awkwardness of growing up. That kind of embarrassment sticks with you for life, and the only way to get through is to laugh it off. This month, HBO Max is doing just that with the release of their new animated series, "Ten Year Old Tom." The new Steve Dildarian-created show embraces the struggles of a 10-year-old boy, just trying to make it to the end of the day. Curious about whether he survives the horrors of childhood? Check out the official trailer for "Ten Yea...
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Paranormal Activity: Next Of Kin Trailer: The Found Footage Horror Series Returns

Those eagerly waiting for the seventh installment in the "Paranormal Activity" franchise can now enjoy a trailer for the upcoming found footage horror film, titled "Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin."Paramount+ dropped a 30-second teaser today that features glimpses of pitchforks and the other horrors the movie will have for viewers. Check it out below. Paranormal Activity: Next Of Kin Trailer The trailer jumps between what looks like colonial times with the current day, and starts out with a k...
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Star Wars Editor Marcia Lucas Was Furious With Sequel Series, Cried Over The Prequels

When you watch enough movies, the dirty little secret that nobody ever really wants to acknowledge starts to emerge. The vast majority of films aren't terrible or masterpieces -- they're merely okay. Some good stuff, some bad, all combining to make an unspectacular 2.5 out of 5 star film. That's just the way it is! But when it comes to some diehard fans of blockbuster franchises like, say, "Star Wars," suddenly all of that conventional wisdom goes out the window and becomes replaced with charged...
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Will There Be A Black Mirror Season 6? Here's What We Know

(Welcome to Will There Be Another Season?, a series where we answer that question and explore what comes next.)Over two years since the release of its fifth season, "Black Mirror" has yet to return to our screens. Given the past couple years we've had, this might be a blessing in disguise: we've basically been living on the brink of disaster, and the sci-fi satire series thrives on exploiting the flaws of humanity. An episode commenting on recent news would hit dangerously close to home and I'm ...
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Guilty Party Trailer: Kate Beckinsale Stars In Paramount+ Show About Guns, Injustice, And Murder

Kate Beckinsale is probably still best known for starring in the "Underworld" franchise, but it's been several years since she's donned that leather suit. In the meantime, Beckinsale has been busy starring in an Amazon series called "The Widow" and kicking butt in this year's "Jolt." Now she's heading to a different streaming platform to star in a new Paramount+ series called "Guilty Party," in which she plays a journalist who gets in way over her head during an attempt to prove a prison inmate'...
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Hit-Monkey Season 1 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.)Hulu isn't done with Marvel animation just yet. Following the release of the acclaimed "M.O.D.O.K." the streaming service is bringing us "Hit-Monkey" later this year. The animated series will bring the relatively obscure and unique character from the Marvel Comics universe to life. And we're here to give you all of the essential ...
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Mahershala Ali Sci-Fi Drama Swan Song Will Premiere In Theaters And On Apple TV On The Same Day

There are two movies named "Swan Song" coming to us in the second half of 2021: one of them sees Mahershala Ali leading a top-shelf cast that includes Glenn Close, Naomie Harris, Awkwafina, and Adam Beach. The other one stars Udo Kier and is a Magnolia Pictures release, which already hit VOD in August.With all due respect to Kier, it's the Ali-led "Swan Song" that merits attention here. Not only because of its stacked ensemble cast but because it marks another get for Apple, which continues to a...
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The Haunted Museum Trailer: Discovery+ Gets Spooky With New 'True' Ghost Story Series

Do you like museums? No? What if there were a museum that was somehow, I don't know, haunted?"The Haunted Museum," coming to Discovery+ in October, will answer that very question. It's a new series co-produced by Eli Roth, the Splat Pack member responsible for the films "Cabin Fever," "Hostel," "The Green Inferno," and "Knock Knock," among others. He knows his way around the set of a horror movie, but "The Haunted Museum" takes its title from a real tourist attraction in downtown Las Vegas, whic...
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Conan O'Brien Was The Funniest Part Of The 2021 Emmys

Last night, the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards were pretty disappointing. With the exception of a fantastic opening number and one good sketch, the show just wasn't all that entertaining, despite being hosted by Cedric the Entertainer. However, there was some impromptu comedy to be found in the form of one of late night's comedy staples goofing around on live television.Conan O'Brien was at the Emmys last night, and after he lost the award he was nominated for, he decided to have a little fun. And w...
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Colin In Black & White Teaser: Colin Kaepernick Shares The Untold Story Of His Youth

During the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards, Netflix unveiled our first real look at the upcoming limited series, "Colin In Black & White." From acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay and activist Colin Kaepernick comes a six-episode drama series digging into the former football star's coming-of-age.You can watch the Emmy spot for "Colin In Black & White" below! Colin In Black & White Teaser At the top of the new teaser for "Colin In Black & White," Kaepernick promises to take the audience on a powerful j...
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The Billion Dollar Code: Release Date, Cast, And More

Netflix has acquired the worldwide distribution right for a German miniseries you won't want to miss. Based on true events from the 1990s, "The Billion Dollar Code" tells the story of the men behind the virtual representation of earth based on ART+COM's networked satellite images, aerial shots, altitude data, and architectural data, Terravision. If Terravision sounds like Google Earth, it's because the program was a predecessor to the technology, and "The Billion Dollar Code" highlights just wha...
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Here's Michaela Coel's Must-Watch Emmys Acceptance Speech For I May Destroy You

The Emmy Awards were last night, and even if you didn't bother to watch the show – like me! – you more than likely heard about the great acceptance speech given by Michaela Coel. Coel took home the Emmy for Best Writing in a Television Limited Series or Movie for her acclaimed HBO series "I May Destroy You," and her speech was powerful enough to make more than a few people sit up and take notice. Coel created, wrote, and starred in "I May Destroy You," in which she played Arabella, a writer tryi...
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Halloween Kills Trailer: Michael Myers Is Back, Again

If fire or franchise continuity can't stop Michael Myers, nothing can. One of the most famous horror antagonists in genre history is back and more fearsome than ever in "Halloween Kills." Many fans thought that 2018's "Halloween" was a fitting enough end for Laurie Strode and her seemingly never-ending war with The Shape, but the announcement that filmmaker David Gordon Green would be returning to direct two more "Halloween" sequels means we're not quite done dealing with the collective trauma o...
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Sandman Netflix Series Will Bend Genres, Just Like The Original Comic

Neil Gaiman's comic series "The Sandman" is a sprawling epic that combines multiple genres to tell its near-mythical story. The series' many arcs fluctuate between fantasy, drama, horror, and more, all to tell the story of seven beings known as The Endless. In an interview with Collider, executive producer David S. Goyer shared that the series will be a "faithful adaptation" of author Neil Gaiman's source material, and will be just as genre-bending as the comics.  Hell Is A 24 Hour Diner In the ...
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The Wheel Of Time And The Witcher Images Are All About Wooing Game Of Thrones Fans

If you're going through fantasy withdrawals, have no fear: "The Wheel of Time" and "The Witcher" are here to transport you to other realms, where swordplay and magic are on tap.Since "Game of Thrones" went off the air in 2019, there's been a sizable gap to fill in terms of prestige fantasy dramas. HBO will attempt to fill that gap itself with the prequel, "House of the Dragon," but that series won't arrive until next year.In the meantime, there are shows like "The Wheel of Time," starring Rosamu...
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Army Of Thieves: 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.)In "Army of Thieves," Matthias Schweighöfer is back to crack some more safes and reprise his role as Dieter from Zack Snyder's "Army of the Dead." This time, he'll be doing it to the tune of some Hans Zimmer music. Will there be zombies? Who's to say. But there will definitely be thievery and landmarks in Europe.Here's everything...
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The Suicide Squad Gag Reel Has The Whole Gang Cracking Up

"The Suicide Squad" already delivers plenty of laughs alongside gruesome deaths and weird, wild comic book action. But now that James Gunn's new take on the DC Comics team is available to own on digital, fans can get even more laughs by way of a gag reel. However, if you're waiting until the movie arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD (long live physical media!), you can watch "The Suicide Squad" gag reel online right now. The Suicide Squad Gag Reel In addition to Warner Bros. Home Entertai...
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Mondo – The Art Of Soundtracks Book Review

Following the success of The Art of Mondo comes another visually stunning and deliciously “pop” collection of art inspired by the soundtracks of films, video games, and more. Mondo: The Art of Soundtracks highlights the all original art created exclusively for Mondo’s vinyl releases by world renowned artists for soundtracks to films, tv, and video games. Featuring stunning new takes on classic and modern material, this collection reinvigorates the bygone era of unique and collectible vinyl re...
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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...
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