‘WandaVision’ Star Kathryn Hahn is Ready to Return to the MCU, But Hasn’t Received the Call Yet

When WandaVision was airing on Disney+ there was one thing seemingly everyone was talking about. It wasn’t Wanda, it wasn’t Vision – it was Kathryn Hahn, who stole the entire show as witch Agatha Harkness. Even though Hahn has been churning out great work for years, WandaVision was something of a sea change for the actress. It was as if she were a cool-but-obscure indie band that had suddenly blown up and topped the charts. And now people want to know: will Kathryn Hahn return to the Marvel Cin...
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‘The Acolyte’ Showrunner Explains the Strength of Having Non-‘Star Wars’ Fans on Staff

One of the most exciting prospects of upcoming Star Wars universe is The Acolyte, a new series by showrunner Leslye Headland (Russian Doll). That’s because it’s being billed as a mystery thriller (a genre that has not often been explored in a galaxy far, far away) and seems to be largely unconnected to the events of the previous films and TV shows so far. Headland, who is a Star Wars mega-fan, knows the value of having non-Star Wars junkies on her writing staff, and in a new interview, she talk...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Leia, Damon Lindelof, Luke, Headland, AV Club, Star-Wars, Leslye Headland, High Republic, The Acolyte, Dave -RSB- Filoni, Jean Luc -RSB- Picard

Snake Eyes: 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.) Hollywood will try once again to make a G.I. Joe film franchise happen, starting over again with Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins. The film focuses on G.I. Joe character Snake Eyes, and will show audiences how the character became the silent ninja assassin. Here’s everything you need to know about Snake Eyes in advance. Snake Eye...
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HBO Max July 2021 Schedule: Movie and TV Titles Revealed

The full lineup for the movie and TV titles coming to HBO Max this July has been unveiled, including Malcolm D. Lee’s Space Jam: A New Legacy. In the film, basketball champion and global icon LeBron James goes on an epic adventure alongside the timeless Tune Bugs Bunny and the Tune Squad in this animated/live-action event. This transformational journey is a manic mash-up of two worlds that reveals just how far some parents will go to connect with their kids. The Warner Bros. Pictures film is on...
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Ari Aster’s ‘Midsommar’ Follow-Up ‘Disappointment Blvd’ Adds Amy Ryan, Nathan Lane and More

Writer/director Ari Aster is tackling another heartfelt romantic comedy for his third feature. Just kidding. Aster has quickly become the arthouse king of horror with Hereditary and Midsommar, both of which utilized his visually unique storytelling methods circled around trauma and grief. He is now set to write and direct Disappointment Blvd starring Joaquin Phoenix, and Nathan Lane, Patti LuPone, Amy Ryan, and Kylie Rogers have now joined the talented yet perplexing line-up that has us wonderi...
Tags: Movies, Broadway, A24, Joaquin Phoenix, Yellowstone, Dani, Lane, Amy-Ryan, Nathan Lane, Patti LuPone, Aster, LuPone, Kylie Rogers, Florence Pugh, Midsommar, Ari Aster

‘Shazam! Fury of the Gods’ Set Photos Reveal Helen Mirren as Villain Hespera

Helen Mirren is a goddess amongst men, and she’ll soon be playing a goddess amongst superheroes in Shazam! Fury of the Gods. And naturally, she’s got to look the part. A new set photo from the Shazam! sequel reveals exactly what that look is, showing an armored Mirren chatting with Zachary Levi, who plays the titular superhero. Check out our first look at Mirren as the villain Hespera in Shazam! Fury of the Gods, below. Backgrid Helen Mirren in Shazam Fury of the Gods Helen Mirren has pl...
Tags: Images, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Sequels, Helen-Mirren, Levi, Warner Brothers, Shazam, West Side Story, Mirren, Lucy Liu, Hesperia, Comic Book/Superhero, Billy Batson, Zachary Levi, David F Sandberg

Interview: Josh Duhamel on Playing Two-Face in Batman: The Long Halloween

(Photo by Araya Diaz/WireImage) Batman: The Long Halloween Part One is now available on Blu-ray and digital. An adaptation of the classic comic of the same name, the film features Batman (voiced by Jensen Ackles) finding himself at a loss in capturing the mysterious Holiday, a killer that strikes on holidays. The cast is rounded out by Billy Burke, Josh Duhamel, Naya Rivera, and David Dastmalchian. RELATED: David Dastmalchian on Voicing Calendar Man in Batman: The Long Halloween ComingSoon Edit...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Wes, Batman, Dc, Warner Brothers, Harvey, Josh Duhamel, Gilda, ComingSoon, Movie News, Jensen Ackles, Harvey Dent, David Dastmalchian, Troy Baker, Wes Gleason

Toronto International Film Festival 2021 Line-up Will Include ‘Dune’ and ‘Last Night in Soho’

TIFF, the Toronto International Film Festival, is back this September. Last year, the festival offered a hybrid platform of both limited in-person screenings and digital offerings. A hybrid approach will still be in place this year, but from the looks of things, this year’s TIFF is trying to go back to a format similar to the pre-pandemic era. Of course, this raises a big question: who gets to go to TIFF in person this year? At this very moment, the Canadian border remains closed to the U.S., a...
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Interview: Iliza Shlesinger Discusses Good on Paper’s True Story

Based on a mostly true story written by star and comedian Iliza Shlesinger, Good on Paper is a romantic drama that Kimmy Gatewood directs in her feature debut. The cast is rounded out by Ryan Hansen, Margaret Cho, and Rebecca Rittenhouse. The film is now streaming on Netflix. “Andrea Singer always put her stand-up career first, and while dating came easy, love wasn’t a priority… that is until she meets Dennis, a quirky nerd with disarming charm who coaxes her into letting her guard down,” reads...
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'Mass Effect' video game director explains what happened with the scrapped movie adaptation and why TV would be better

"Mass Effect: Legendary Edition." Electronic Arts/BioWare TV adaptations of hit video games are on the rise as media companies search for bankable IP. Mac Walters, the director of "Mass Effect: Legendary Edition," said TV is the best way to adapt games. He thinks it's a "matter of when, not if," Hollywood takes another crack at adapting "Mass Effect." See more stories on Insider's business page. The anticipated video game "Mass Effect: Legendary Edition," developed by BioWare and p...
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Watch: The Power of Passion in Quebecois Short Film 'Little Waves'

"Is that my old T-shirt?" "Yup." "Looks good on you." This sensual summer short film comes from Quebec and is made by a filmmaker named Ariane Louis-Seize and it's another excellent short discovery. Little Waves is a 12-minute film about a young woman discovering some new sexual sensations one evening. On family reunion day in the summer, Amélie feels out of place and lonely as her favorite cousin brings a lover over for the first time. The couple's passion threatens to overwhelm her until A...
Tags: Movies, Short Film, Quebec, Amélie, To Watch, Ariane Louis Seize, Alexandra Sicard, Jules Roy Sicotte Véronique Gallant, Martin Desgagné

Director McG Producing New Rom-Com The Tradition for Netflix

(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) Netflix is partnering up with director Joseph McGinty Nichol, known more commonly as McG, on a brand new comedy film, according to a report from Deadline.   RELATED: Kaley Cuoco & Pete Davidson in Talks to Lead Rom-Com Movie Meet Cute The streaming platform landed the comedy spec, which is titled The Tradition, with McG producing the film through his Wonderland Sound and Vision banner.   The Tradition is reported to be a romantic comedy that aims to cel...
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Cool Stuff: Playmobil’s Massive ‘Star Trek’ Playset Assembles the U.S.S. Enterprise

Playmobil has been digging into some of the most iconic franchises in cinema history with playsets for Ghostbusters and Back to the Future. Now they’re heading into the final frontier with a huge Star Trek playset of the U.S.S. Enterprise from the original series, complete with all the main characters and interior compartments to fit them. Check out the Playmobil Star Trek playset below. Playmobil Star Trek Enterprise Playset Where’s Captain Kirk? Why he’s on the bridge of the Playmobil 70...
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The Best TV Shows and Movies Coming to Amazon Prime Video in July 2021

Looking for something to watch right now? Well, I can’t help you there. But if you’re looking for something to watch in July, which is only a week away, you’ve come to the right place. Below, see all the TV shows and movies coming to Amazon Prime Video in July 2021. Alien Ridley Scott‘s Alien remains a classic for a reason: it’s a masterpiece. And you know what? All the sequels and prequels that came after it (we’re not counting the Alien vs. Predator movies) are worth watching, too. Are ...
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David Dastmalchian on Voicing Calendar Man in Batman: The Long Halloween

(Photo by JB Lacroix/Getty Images) Batman: The Long Halloween Part One releases on Blu-ray and digital tomorrow, June 22. An adaptation of the classic comic of the same name, the film features Batman (voiced by Jensen Ackles) finding himself at a loss in capturing the mysterious Holiday, a killer that strikes on holidays. The cast is rounded out by Billy Burke, Josh Duhamel, Naya Rivera, and David Dastmalchian. ComingSoon Editor-in-Chief Tyler Treese spoke with actor David Dastmalchian about pl...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Gotham, Wes, Batman, Dc, Nolan, Clint, Julian, Arkham, Jeph Loeb, ComingSoon, Movie News, Oswald Cobblepot, JB Lacroix Getty, Jensen Ackles

Netflix Captures Two of Our Big Interests With a New Animated Series Titled Dogs in Space

Netflix has just added to its ever-growing animated slate with a trio of new shows aimed at kids, and one of them has already captured our imagination. Thank the title—Dogs in Space—which not only represents two of our big interests, but also conveniently evokes “Pigs in Space,” the classic Muppet Show skit starring…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Love, Netflix, Spider Man, Fairy Tale, Morty, Rick, Hansel, Kimiko Glenn, Haley Joel Osment, Human Interest, William Jackson, Sarah Chalke, Chris Parnell, Mark Andrews

Disney's Live-Action Snow White Has Found Its Lead

If it wasn’t for Snow White, Disney wouldn’t be what it is today. It was director Walt Disney’s first feature length animated film and its success way back in 1937 is what got the ball rolling on the entire company. Mickey Mouse may be the star, but Snow White is right up there with him, and now there’s a new one.Read more...
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The Body Fights Back Exclusive Trailer & Poster for Diet Culture Documentary

ComingSoon is premiering the exclusive trailer and poster for The Body Fights Back, an upcoming documentary feature about five people navigating the paradoxes of diet culture. While promises of happiness, desirability, and perfection are irresistible, joy and contentment remain out of reach. Gravitas Ventures will release the film on digital platforms including iTunes and Apple TV on July 13, 2021. RELATED: Exclusive The Holy Game Trailer Offers Look at Vatican Soccer Tournament Personal storie...
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‘The Suicide Squad’ Trailer Breakdown: Six Things We Learned From the New Trailer for James Gunn’s Supervillain Extravaganza

There’s a brand new The Suicide Squad trailer, which means it’s time for us to obsessively nerd out over the latest footage. This trailer goes heavy on the action, but also drops some new tantalizing info about what can expect to see in James Gunn‘s supervillain action-comedy. Read our The Suicide Squad trailer breakdown below to get the details. Bloodsport Put Superman in the I.C.U. As the trailer opens, we see Idris Elba as Robert DuBois, AKA Bloodsport, locked away in prison. A voice-o...
Tags: Movies, Superman, Features, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Idris Elba, James Gunn, Margot Robbie, Rick Flagg, Man Of Steel, Pete Davidson, John Cena, Rick, Reid, Amanda Waller, Comic Book/Superhero

Disney’s Live-Action ‘Snow White’ Movie Casts ‘West Side Story’ Star Rachel Zegler as the Fairest of Them All

Disney has found the actress to play the fairest maiden in all the land in the live-action adaptation of Snow White. Rachel Zegler, who is set to make her feature debut in Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story remake, has been cast as Snow White in Disney’s live-action remake of the seminal animated film. Deadline broke the news that Zegler has been cast as the lead in Snow White, Disney’s live-action adaptation of its 1937 animated film — the company’s first-ever animated feature, and the firs...
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The Suicide Squad's Newest Trailer Takes a Shot at Superman [Updated]

What binds each incarnation of together? The tiny bombs implants in each member’s head to ensure that they don’t run away and escape while embarking on whatever insane missions she’s concocted for them. Longtimers like Harley Quinn and Rick Flagg might wax poetic and say that it’s the…
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‘The Misfits’ Director Renny Harlin Shares His Filmmaker Origin Story, And His Biggest Regrets [Interview]

Renny Harlin has a lot to say about his movies. So much to say that, in what was supposed to be a career-spanning interview, we only touched on the early days of his career in a half-hour discussion. Harlin was fresh off directing a horror-thriller, The Refuge, and promoting his new comedic crime caper, The Misfits (now on VOD). The director’s latest, which stars Pierce Brosnan, is a light throwback to the action movies of the ’90s. Of course, the ’90s were a special time for Harlin. It’s when ...
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Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building Teaser Trailer Features an Unlikely Comedic Trio

Hulu has released a new teaser trailer for their upcoming comedy series Only Murders in the Building, starring Steven Martin as Charles, Martin Short as Oliver, and Selena Gomez as Mabel. The series is scheduled to make its debut on August 31. The video begins with the question, “How well do you know your neighbors?” as the unlikely trio of amateur investigators try to learn about more about their neighbors in hopes of unraveling the mystery around the murder case within their building. Check o...
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Thirty Years Later The Rocketeer Is Still Underappreciated

The Rocketeer soared into theaters on this date 30 years ago and crashed harder than Cliff Secord’s Gee Bee racer. Despite high production values, a solid marketing campaign selling the promise of Indiana Jones-sized adventure — replete with pre-WWII Nazis — the Disney vehicle barely recouped its $40 million budget at the box office and zipped into the night as a rare misfire for the Mouse House. Critics were mixed. Roger Ebert described the film as an Indy copycat that lifted sequences, such a...
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Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening Will Scam the Lottery in ‘Jerry and Marge Go Large’ on Paramount+

Paramount+ is going all-in with Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening on board for their new film Jerry and Marge Go Large. The two A-listers will play a couple that scams the lottery to win big. Based on a true story, the plot seems like a perfect film to watch after spending a year scrambling to make ends meet during the pandemic. Variety reports that director David Frankel (The Devil Wears Prada, Marley and Me) will helm a script by Brad Copeland, an Emmy nominee for his work on Arrested Deve...
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Yooka-Laylee Card Game Coming Next Week via Limited Run

Playtonic Games have confirmed that they’ve put the finishing touches on a new title in the Yooka-Laylee series. However, you’ll need to pull up a couple of chairs and throw everything off the coffee table to be able to play this one, as it’s a card game for two to four players. Forming part of Limited Run’s “Game Decks” series, the new deck will challenge players to use your quills to buy powerups to give yourself a boost over your opponents. Owners will also be able to combine the new game wi...
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Universal Approached Steven Spielberg About a ‘Jaws’ Reboot, And He Rightfully Said No

Remakes of popular, classic movies feel inevitable, but one all-time great film that’s managed to avoid being remade or rebooted yet is Jaws, the 1975 Steven Spielberg film that helped invent the modern-day blockbuster. Sooner or later – probably after Spielberg has sadly shuffled off this mortal coil – Hollywood will get around to making a Jaws reboot. But as long as Spielberg is still with us, it seems Jaws is safe. A new report reveals that Universal recently brought up a potential reboot to...
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Marvel’s Avengers Update Accidentally Doxes Streamers

The Marvel‘s Avengers 1.8.0 update patch notes feature a new Cosmic Cube-focused event as well as a few bug fixes, but it also includes one unexpected feature: players’ IP addresses. This bug seems to disclose the player’s IP address on their screen, which is inconvenient or annoying for many, but quite troublesome for those streaming the game (at least on PS5). Uhhh can confirm Avengers is showing people’s IP addresses ON SCREEN as of this patch, I can see my own — Pau...
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‘Transformers: Rise of the Beasts’ Will Continue the Franchise, Explore the ‘Beast Wars’ Characters

It’s been three years since Bumblebee, and since Paramount doesn’t want one of its biggest film franchises to gather dust, we’re getting a new Transformers movie. Today, the studio revealed that the next film will be a prequel called Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, and it will explore characters from Beast Wars, a spin-off of the original Transformers animated series that focused on descendants of the Autobots and Decepticons. Get some new details below. Anthony Ramos (In the Heights, Hami...
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‘I Think You Should Leave’ Season 2 Trailer: Tim Robinson’s Surreal Sketch Show Returns in July

Tim Robinson and company are back for an all-new weird, wonderful season of I Think You Should Leave. The surreal, absurd sketch comedy series returns in July, and it’s bringing hot dogs, ghost tours, Corncob TV, and old grandpas who used to be huge pieces of shit. A chaotic new trailer for I Think You Should Leave season 2 can be seen below. Watch it, won’t you? I Think You Should Leave Season 2 Trailer I’ll confess that before I Think You Should Leave arrived, I was not aware of Tim R...
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