Jessica Henwick Fulfills Her Dreams Starring in Fourth Matrix Film

Jessica Henwick has already tackled many iconic sci-fi and fantasy roles, with her most notable being Nymeria Sand in Game of Thrones and Colleen Wing Netflix show Iron Fist. Next up on her resume is an undisclosed role in Lana Wachowski’s fourth Matrix movie.Read more...
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New ‘Indiana Jones’ Trilogy Poster Set Gives the Franchise’s MacGuffins the Spotlight

There are so many Indiana Jones posters out there that it can be hard to find a fresh angle to celebrate the beloved adventure movies. But artist Lyndon Willoughby has created a fantastic Indiana Jones trilogy poster set that puts the focus on three of the iconic “MacGuffins” (you know, the artifacts Indy is looking for) from the original trilogy. Plus, he also figured out a way to include a memorable shot from each of the movies. See all of the Lyndon Willoughby Indiana Jones trilogy posters b...
Tags: Art, Movies, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Paramount Pictures, Indiana-Jones, Cool Stuff, Action/Adventure, Disney/Pixar, Bottleneck Gallery, Indiana-Jones-and-the-Last-Crusade, Raiders-of-the-Lost-Ark, Indiana-Jones-and-the-Temple-of-Doom, Lyndon Willoughby, Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark

New ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Logo Video Teases an ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ Connection

Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe appears to be extremely interested in the idea of the multiverse: a series of separate, distinct universes running parallel to one another. Some characters have the ability to jump in and out of those universes, and before we see Doctor Strange grapple with the Multiverse of Madness next year, Spider-Man: No Way Home is primed to take audiences into that chaos by re-introducing familiar heroes and villains from previous iterations of Spider-Man movies in...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Sequels, Sony, Jamie Foxx, Wanda, Marvel Studios, Loki, Sam Raimi, Alfred Molina, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Doc Ock, Wanda Maximoff, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Spider Verse

‘Orphan’ Prequel ‘Orphan: First Kill’ is Shocking and Not What You’d Expect, According to Star Isabelle Fuhrman

Orphan, the trashy, wonderful horror movie about a murderous 30-something woman posing as a 9-year-old child, has a prequel on the way called Orphan: First Kill. That’s weird enough on its own, but it’s even weirder when you realize that star Isabelle Fuhrman is reprising her role even though she’s much older now. It’s not entirely clear just yet how the film is going to sell this idea, but according to Furhman, the end results are going to shock audiences. Released in 2009, Orphan was helme...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Russia, America, United States, Sequels, Orphan, Peter Sarsgaard, William Brent Bell, Esther, Leena, Collider, Julia Stiles, Isabelle Fuhrman, Farmiga, Vera Farmiga

Todd Haynes Movie ‘May December’ Will Unite Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore for the First Time

Believe it or not, Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore have never made a movie together. But that’s about to change. Portman and Moore are set to star in May December, a new film from acclaimed filmmaker Todd Haynes (Carol). The film focuses on the story of a woman who married a man 23 years her junior, resulting in a tabloid romance. It’s been 20 years since the relationship first made headlines, and now a movie is being made about the story, and the actress who is set to play the woman comes t...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Julianne Moore, Casting, Will Ferrell, Natalie-Portman, Joe, Todd Haynes, First Time, Elizabeth, Haynes, Moore, CAMDEN Maine, Portman, Christine Vachon

Plumbers Don’t Wear Ties Is Somehow Coming to Modern Systems

Limited Run Games has decided that they’ll do anything for a buck, even if it means reopening the mental scars left behind in the wider gaming public by one of the worst pieces of software ever to be put out on a store shelf. Indeed, they have announced that they’ll be releasing the utterly awful Panasonic 3DO title Plumbers Don’t Wear Ties on modern platforms. Yes, the bizarre full-motion video slideshow car crash stars Edward J. Foster and former GLOW wrestler Jeanne Basone. It is generally c...
Tags: Games, Movies, Pc, Playstation 4, Panasonic, ComingSoon, Video Game News, Nintendo Switch, Limited Run Games, Jeanne Basone, PlayStation 5, Plumbers Don't Wear Ties, Edward J Foster

Manifest Canceled at NBC, Creator Hopes to Find New Home for Series

According to Deadline, NBC has officially decided not to renew creator and showrunner Jeff Rake’s sci-fi drama Manifest for a fourth season. The cancellation comes as a surprise especially when the series has been performing well on linear ratings and on Netflix where it has been on the number one spot in the U.S. for three days now. Fans of the series, who have been patiently following the mystery behind the passengers of Montego Air Flight 828 will definitely be disappointed as Manifest had j...
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Memories Of Murder Criterion Collection Blu-ray

In his breakthrough second feature, Bong Joon-Ho explodes the conventions of the policier with thrillingly subversive, genre-defying results. Based on the true story of a string of serial killings that rocked a rural community in the 1980s, Memories of Murder (2003) stars New Korean Cinema icon Song Kang Ho as the local officer who reluctantly joins forces with a seasoned Seoul detective (Kim Sang Kyung) to investigate the crimes—leading each man on a wrenching, yearslong odyssey of failure a...
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‘The Tomorrow War’ Trailer: Chris Pratt Fights for the Future in Amazon’s Sci-fi Blockbuster

Chris Pratt is fighting for the future. Wait, that sounds like a political slogan. He’s fighting aliens in a future war in which the fate of humanity hangs in the balance. That’s better. Watch the final trailer for The Tomorrow War trailer below. The Tomorrow War Trailer It’s humans versus aliens — the classic conflict in any sci-fi action blockbuster, which was only slightly done to death in the ’90s. But director Chris McKay, who makes his live-action directorial debut with The Tomorr...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Sci-fi, Movie Trailers, Chris Pratt, Chris Mckay, Dan, Pratt, Jerry Bruckheimer, McKay, J K Simmons, Action/Adventure, Yvonne Strahovski, Jacob Hall, Zach Dean, The Tomorrow War

Teen Titans Go! See Space Jam's Trailer Is Beyond Meta

Few animated series have the pop culture IQ of Teen Titans Go!—and yet everyone has their blind spots. When it comes to Beast Boy, Robin, Cyborg, Raven, and Starfire, theirs is they haven’t seen ‘90s classic Space Jam. Coincidentally, they’re all the property of Warner Bros, and with a new Space Jam film on the way, …Read more...
Tags: Space, Hbo, Science, Films, Michael Jordan, Lebron James, Warner Bros, Robin, Jam, Greg Cipes, Raven, Space Jam, Teen Titans, Cyborg, Hynden Walch, Tara Strong

Betty Gilpin is No Longer in ‘Impeachment: American Crime Story,’ But She Did Master Her Ann Coulter Impression

Betty Gilpin, who has quickly become one of those performers who is great in pretty much anything, was supposed to play infamous right-wing ghoul Ann Coulter in the upcoming season of American Crime Story that focuses on the Bill Clinton impeachment. But even though most info for the upcoming show still lists Gilpin as part of the cast, the GLOW star has revealed she’s no longer involved with the project. But she can still do a good Ann Coulter impression in case anyone is in dire need of that....
Tags: Television, Movies, Senate, Hillary Clinton, United States, Bill Clinton, American Crime Story, Sarah Paulson, True Story, Beanie Feldstein, Hyde, Jeffrey Toobin, Toobin, J Simpson, Monica Lewinsky, Little Rock

Kevin Bacon Joins Toxic Avenger Film Cast As Main Villian

Actor Kevin Bacon has joined Legendary’s reboot of Troma Entertainment’s 1984 film, The Toxic Avenger as the film’s antagonist.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Showtime, Kevin Bacon, Jacob Tremblay, Jacques, Sebastian Shaw, Peter Dinklage, Human Interest, Macon Blair, Ferd, Swamp Thing, Hollow, Taylour Paige, Melvin Ferd, Troma Entertainment

Headsup: Action, Action, and More Action!

“[In Voyagers], with the future of the human race at stake, a group of young men and women, bred for intelligence and obedience, embark on an expedition to colonize a distant planet. But when they uncover disturbing secrets about the mission, they defy their training and begin to explore their most primitive natures. As life on the ship descends into chaos, they’re consumed by fear, lust, and the insatiable hunger for power.” — from Lionsgate After a rocky path to theatrical release (originally ...
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‘F9’ Director Justin Lin on the Stunt That Was Too Crazy (And Too Expensive) to Make It Into the Movie

For the Fast and Furious franchise, the sky is the limit. Quite literally in F9, a spectacle-filled action sequel in which just one of the many wild action scenes involves sending a car up to space. But director and co-writer Justin Lin — returning to the franchise after eight years away — found that even the sky has limits. This post contains some spoilers for an action scene teased in the trailers. But proceed with caution. Lin and the F9 team have shown their dedication to practical effec...
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Meet Department of Truth / SIKTC / Batman writer James Tynion IV TODAY

One of comics biggest superstars comes to Third Eye Annapolis! Click here for full details LINE CAPS AT 1PM! Must be in line be...
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‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ Trailer: Nicole Kidman is Clearly Up to No Good

Nicole Kidman, who seems to gravitate more towards TV these days, is back with another adaptation of a book by the author of Big Little Lies. In Nine Perfect Strangers, Kidman leads a big cast in a series set in a boutique health-and-wellness resort. Sounds nice and relaxing, right? Well, don’t get too comfortable yet. Things aren’t what they seem. Watch the Nine Perfect Strangers trailer below. Nine Perfect Strangers Trailer How’s this for a cast? Nicole Kidman, Melissa McCarthy, Micha...
Tags: Television, Movies, Nicole-kidman, Adaptation, Hulu, Melissa Mccarthy, Moriarty, Kidman, Frances, Kelley, Jonathan Levine, David E Kelley, Masha, Liane Moriarty, John Henry Butterworth, TV Trailer

James Gunn Answers the Most Important Question: Does ‘The Suicide Squad’ Have a Post-Credits Scene?

The most important question anyone can ask about a film right now is, “Does it have a post-credits scene?” Who cares about themes, or story, or cinematography? We only want to know if there will be a post-credits scene to set up the next movie, damn it! And then we want to know if that next movie will have a post-credits scene, too! “Engage with art”? No thanks! Give us post-credits scene info. For instance: The Suicide Squad is opening this summer, and the number one question on everyone’s min...
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Suicide Squad Editor Confirms It Was Originally A ‘Much Darker’ Film

Suicide Squad editor David Hickman has given more details on the original vision for the 2016 film and says it was “much darker” and less comedy-focused than the end product wound up being. “I would like to see David [Ayer]’s final version of the film,” said Hickman in an interview with . “I saw what David was trying to do with the film and I thought it was a pretty bold film. It was less comedy. It was a much darker film. It was almost like a Black Hawk Down  type thing. It was just very mili...
Tags: Comics, Movies, Dc Comics, David, Suicide Squad, Idris Elba, Will Smith, James Gunn, Jared Leto, Jared, Comic Book, David Ayer, Hickman, Gunn, David Hickman, Movie News

‘American Horror Stories’ Trailer Teases the Creepy, Bite-Sized Version of ‘American Horror Story’

The American Horror Story brand is growing with American Horror Stories. This new series is kind of like the American Horror Story version of Tales From the Crypt, or Creepshow, or Tales From the Darkside, or – well, you get the point. Rather than telling one story across a season, American Horror Stories will have a new story every episode, and that’s the type of premise that has a lot of promise. A new American Horror Stories teaser has arrived, hinting at the nightmares to come. American...
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Tribeca Film Festival 2021 Review - SEE FOR ME

A blind girl tackles home invaders with the aid of an app that connects her with a sighted helper. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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‘Vacation Friends’, a Comedy Starring John Cena and Lil Rel Howery, is Heading to Hulu This Summer

If you’ve been jonesing for a new John Cena comedy (F9 does not count, despite that franchise’s comical relationship with physics), the wait is almost over. Not only is Cena set to co-star in James Gunn’s comedically inclined superhero film The Suicide Squad in August, but that same month he will also be part of the ensemble cast of Vacation Friends, a new movie that also features Lil Rel Howery (Get Out, Bad Trip), Yvonne Orji (Night School, Insecure), and Meredith Hagner (Palm Springs, Search...
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Mike Flanagan’s Netflix Series The Midnight Club Sets Director Lineup

As production continues on The Midnight Club, creator Mike Flanagan took to Twitter to reveal the names of filmmakers he has enlisted to helm Netflix’s upcoming series adaptation of Christopher Pike’s YA horror novel of the same name. This includes Emmanuel Osei-Kuffour (Black Box), Axelle Carolyn (Tales of Halloween), Viet Nguyen (Lucifer), Morgan Beggs (Smallville), and Michael Fimognari (To All the Boys: Always and Forever). This project will reunite Carolyn and Beggs with Flanagan, who all ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Rotterdam, Flanagan, Carolyn, Pike, Hill House, Mike Flanagan, Heather Langenkamp, ComingSoon, Beggs, Trevor Macy

Kevin Bacon Joins Toxic Avenger as the Main Villian

Actor Kevin Bacon has joined Legendary’s reboot of Troma Entertainment’s 1984 film, The Toxic Avenger as the film’s antagonist.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Showtime, Kevin Bacon, Jacob Tremblay, Jacques, Sebastian Shaw, Peter Dinklage, Human Interest, Macon Blair, Ferd, Swamp Thing, Hollow, Taylour Paige, Melvin Ferd, Troma Entertainment

Girls5eva Renewed For a Second Season at Peacock

Peacock has officially renewed Meredith Scardino and Tina Fey’s musical comedy series Girls5eva for a second season. The renewal comes after more than two months since the series debuted its first 8-episode first season in May, which achieved a Certified Fresh status on Rotten Tomatoes. It also currently holds a 100% Top Critic rating. “We are so excited to continue Girls5eva alongside this incredibly talented group of cast and producers,” President, Scripted Content, NBCUniversal Television an...
Tags: Comedy, TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Tina Fey, Seth Macfarlane, Paula Pell, Daniel, Kimmy Schmidt, Sara Bareilles, Mrs Davis, Peacock, Vanessa Williams, Jonathan Hadary, ComingSoon

Disney+’s Monsters at Work Series Gets Slightly Pushed Back

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Disney+ has officially changed the release date for Pixar’s forthcoming Monsters, Inc. spinoff series Monsters at Work, which hails from Bobs Gannaway. Originally slated for July 2, the new animated series has been pushed back a few days later to July 7, 2021, with new episodes dropping every Wednesday. The project has been in development since 2017 and was officially announced during 2019’s D23 Expo. Monsters at Work is set to feature the return of some of the original film...
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Ubisoft Announces Rocksmith+, Details Closed Beta

Since Ubisoft’s Rocksmith released for consoles and PC back in 2011, millions of users have picked up their guitar, connected the bundled cable, and did their best to try to learn how to play. An “updated” version (which didn’t really include any updates) was released in 2014 but since then, things have been quiet. Today though, Ubisoft has announced the next generation of the product, in the form of Rocksmith+. MORE: Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope Leaks Ahead of Ubisoft E3 Stream Rocksmith+ gi...
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Games, Movies, Pc, Ubisoft, Video Game News, Rocksmith, Mario Rabbids Sparks, Rocksmith Plus, Ubisoft E3 Stream Rocksmith

‘Greenland’ Sequel Coming, Even Though the First Movie Kind of Ended the World

Greenland, a shockingly good Gerard Butler movie about a planet-killing comet, is getting a sequel. Which is a little surprising, since the movie ended with the comet smashing into Earth and killing off a huge chunk of the population. But those who survived will now be forced to deal with more problems as they trek across the ruined wasteland of what was once Europe. Butler and original director Ric Roman Waugh are both set to return for the sequel, which is called Greenland: Migration. I ex...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Earth, Sequels, Greenland, Gerard-Butler, Butler, Nathan, Ric Roman Waugh, Baccarin, Chris Sparling, Garrity, Allison Morena Baccarin, John Garrity Butler, Greenland: Migration, Europe Butler

New Release Review [Cinema/VOD] - TREASURE CITY

Various characters' lives intersect over a night in a Hungarian city. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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First Trailer for Incredibly Weird, Extra Wild 'Cryptozoo' Animated Film

"Without dreams there can be no future…" Madman Films in Australia has released the first official trailer for the extremely funky, hand-drawn animated film Cryptozoo, which initially premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. It also stopped by this year's Berlin Film Festival, and is arriving in theaters starting in August. This earned some rave reviews, mostly because it's insanely original and unlike anything you've ever seen before - the latest from the filmmaker behind ...
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New Release Review [Cinema] - IT MUST BE HEAVEN

Elia Suleiman observes life in a variety of locales. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, World cinema, Elia Suleiman, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Benjamin Poole

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