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TV Bits: ‘Good Omens’, ‘Oklahoma!’, ‘Deadwood’, ‘Brave New World’, ‘Utopia’

In this edition of TV Bits: Check out a new behind-the-scenes look at Good Omens. Broadway musical Oklahoma! is being turned into a TV series. Timothy Olyphant talks about his hesitation to return to Deadwood. Alden Ehrenreich will star in Brave New World series. John Cusack joins Gillian Flynn’s Utopia. In the words of @NeilHimself, this behind-the-scenes look proves that the making of #GoodOmens was even madder than you can imagine. pic.twitter.com/BimbtimWAU — Good Omens (@GoodOmensPri...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Television, Movies, Western, Neil Gaiman, Sci-fi, America, Adaptation, Timothy Olyphant, Utopia, Nick Offerman, John, Soma, Oklahoma, Musical


Sorry, ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Has No Downtime For Bathroom Breaks

If you were hoping the lengthy Avengers: Endgame would give you an intermission, or at least some downtime to pop off to the bathroom, I’m here to dash those hopes. According to Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige, the three-hour-plus superhero epic will not afford you the luxury of hitting up the lavatory once the flick has started. So maybe consider getting a small soda when you go to see it. Are you prone to frequent trips to the bathroom while you watch movies? If so, please don’t sit...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Jfk, Avengers, David Fincher, Marvel Studios, Russo brothers, Martin Scorsese, Kevin-Feige, Comic Book/Superhero, Feige, Jeffrey Ford, Matthew Schmidt, Avengers: Endgame, Kev Feige, Zodiac Oliver Stone


10 Films That Break The Fourth Wall

10 Films That Break The Fourth Wall ‘Breaking the fourth wall’ is a term that is used in various forms of media. It’s the act of a character in a story acknowledging that it is, in fact, a story and that we, the audience, know this. The trick is used in sitcoms pretty frequently, from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to Saved by the Bell. It’s a useful tool for comedic purposes, but it’s been used in other forms as well. Obviously, Deadpool and his creators are the ones who have utilized ‘breaking...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Ben Affleck, Tim Curry, Mike Myers, Annie, Bob, Deadpool, Ferris Bueller, Ryan Reynolds, Smith, Jay, Mel Brooks, Naomi Watts, David Fincher


The Best TV Shows and Movies Leaving Netflix in April 2019

The weather is finally getting warmer, and that means more time outside. But you can always set aside part of your day for a little bit of Netflix. Thankfully, there’s not a mass exodus of TV shows and movies leaving Netflix, but we’ve picked out some of the ones you might want to watch before they disappear from the library, including a bunch of James Bond titles, an animated series that will disappear from streaming for months, arguably Michael Mann‘s best movie, and more. Heat One of th...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Disney, Netflix, James-Bond, Robert De Niro, Heat, Kevin Spacey, Goldfinger, David Fincher, Al Pacino, Octopussy, Michael Mann, Live And Let Die, The Living Daylights, The World Is Not Enough


View All 3 Trailers for Netflix's 'Love, Death & Robots' Anthology Series

"Brace for impact!" Strap in and get ready. Netflix has unleashed a feast of 18 different "NSFW" sci-fi short films as part of an anthology series titled Love, Death & Robots (or also just Love Death + Robots ). Produced by Tim Miller (of Blur Studio) and David Fincher, this series is a bit like "Black Mirror" meets "Heavy Metal", with different writers/directors taking on each short film. And each one is just as different as the next, presenting alternate histories, robots, aliens, werewol...
Tags: Heavy Metal, Movies, Wikipedia, Sci-fi, Netflix, Animation, Short Film, David Fincher, Tim Miller, To Watch


5 Incredible True Life Stories Made Into Movies

Captivating, emotional, and uplifting, movies that are based on true stories are incredibly successful. And for many good reasons, as they help to motivate and encourage people to follow their dreams, and make us feel good about the complicated experience that is life itself. Here are just five of our favourite true-life story movies that are perfect viewing if you need to raise your spirits. 1. Catch Me If You Can (2002) Detailing the life and experiences of a teenager who left home and ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Ben Affleck, Religion, US, Iran, Fbi, Jake Gyllenhaal, Leonardo Dicaprio, George Clooney, Bob, Argo, David Fincher, John Hurt, Steven Spielberg, Anthony Hopkins


TV’s Emmy Arms Race: Why This Could Be the Most Expensive Season Ever

Television historians may well remember 2013 as the year that everything changed — and that goes for the Emmy Awards as well. That year, Netflix’s “House of Cards” won three trophies, including one for director David Fincher, making it the first streaming series to win an Emmy. The dam had broken. Netflix earned 14 nominations […]
Tags: News, Features, Netflix, Emmys, David Fincher


The Latest ‘Love, Death & Robots’ Trailer Gets Extremely NSFW

Love, Death & Robots, the new anthology series from David Fincher and Tim Miller, may be animated – but it’s definitely not for kids. To hammer that point home, Netflix released a new Love, Death & Robots trailer, and let’s just say this thing is extremely NSFW. So send the kids out of the room, put on some headphones, and enjoy the naughty cartoon hijinks! Love, Death & Robots Trailer Honestly, this trailer should just be the word “SEX!” flashing across the screen for a full minute, be...
Tags: Heavy Metal, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Afghanistan, Dave, Netflix, Animation, Siberia, Red Army, Hitler, David-Fincher, Tim-Miller, Sonnie, Zima, TV Trailer


NSFW Love Death + Robots Teaser from David Fincher & Tim Miller

NSFW Love Death + Robots teaser from David Fincher & Tim Miller Netflix has released a brand new teaser for directors David Fincher (Gone Girl) and Tim Miller (Deadpool)’s upcoming adult animated anthology series titled Love Death + Robots, highlighting the different animation styles that the series will feature. Check out the video below, but beware it is very NSFW! RELATED: Deadpool’s Tim Miller and David Fincher Team For Netflix Animated Shorts PB = PB || {...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Deadpool, David Fincher, Miller, Tim Miller, Fincher, ComingSoon, Tim Miller Deadpool, Carmen Sandiego, Fincher Jennifer Miller, Josh Donen, Love Death + Robots, David Fincher Tim Miller Netflix


TV Bits: ‘Bob’s Burgers’, ‘Family Guy’, ‘They Both Die at the End’, ‘Psych’, ‘High School Musical’, ‘Utopia’, ‘Nightflyers’, ‘Man in the High Castle’

In this edition of TV Bits: Bob’s Burgers and Family Guy have both been renewed. J.J. Abrams is developing They Both Die At The End. Psych: The Movie sequel grenlit by USA. High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is now filming. Rainn Wilson will co-star in Amazon series Utopia. Nightflyers cancelled after one season. Man in the High Castle ending after season 4. Fox loves keeping (most) of their animated shows alive. The Simpsons will seemingly never end, and now the network has jus...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Usa, Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Horror, Nazis, Office, Sci-fi, Disney, Syfy, San Francisco, Fox, Animation


The Perfect Live Opener Set's Defining Characteristics

When opening for a more established artist, it's important to stick to a certain etiquette. The journey from opening artist to main act is full of pitfalls, but by sticking to these five rules, we can help you maximize your success and limit your failures in the opening slot. __________________________________ Guest post by Dre DiMura of Soundfly's Flypaper If your band has the opportunity to open for a more established artist, it’s important to respect the craft and brush up on your...
Tags: Music, Hbo, Maryland, Australia, La, Guest Post, New Jersey, David Fincher, Music Business, Live & Touring, Judas Priest, Montreal Canada, Dre, Soundfly, Heppner, Steve Howe


New Netflix March 2019 Movie and TV Titles Announced

New Netflix March 2019 movie and TV titles announced The Netflix March 2019 movies and TV titles have been announced and can be viewed below! All Netflix March 2019 titles and dates are subject to change. You can also view the titles disappearing from Netflix in February underneath. Which Netflix titles are you looking forward to and which are you sad to see leaving the service? Sound off in the comments below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAl...
Tags: Asia, Japan, TV, Movies, La, Amy Schumer, Disney, Taiwan, Fbi, Chicago, Netflix, Budapest, Malaysia, Chile, Tennessee, Paris


Netflix Releases First Teaser For Love Death + Robots

Netflix releases first teaser for Love Death + Robots Netflix has released the first teaser for the upcoming adult animated anthology series Love Death + Robots from Gone Girl director David Fincher and Deadpool helmer Tim Miller, which can be viewed in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var sta...
Tags: TV, Movies, Trailer, Netflix, TV News, Deadpool, Paramount Pictures, David Fincher, Miller, Tim Miller, Fincher, ComingSoon, Carmen Sandiego, TV Premiere Date, Fincher Jennifer Miller, Josh Donen


‘Love, Death + Robots’ Trailer: Tim Miller & David Fincher Present Pure Sci-Fi Insanity

Netflix has plenty of animated fare for adults on the comedy side of things with shows like Big Mouth, BoJack Horseman, Paradise PD and F is for Family. But they’re about to step into some seriously violent and sexy territory with Love, Death + Robots, a new anthology series from the minds of Deadpool director Tim Miller and Se7en director David Fincher. You can watch the first Love Death + Robots trailer below, but beware it’s NSFW due to blood and nudity and sheer insanity. Love, Death + R...
Tags: Heavy Metal, Television, Movies, Horror, Fantasy, Sci-fi, Netflix, Animation, Hitler, David-Fincher, Jennifer Miller, Tim-Miller, TV Trailer, Love Death & Robots, Josh Donen, Hungary France Canada South Korea


Daily Podcast: What Filmmaker In Their Right Mind Would Sign-On To ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ At This Point?

On the February 6, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman ,and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and tv news, including: Groundhog Day 2, Battle Angel, Lost, Zootopia 2, World War Z 2, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, Avengers: Endgame , and Avatar sequels. In The News : Brad: ‘Groundhog Day’ is Getting a Sequel in the Form of a PlayStation VR Game, Watch the Tra...
Tags: Movies, Abc, David Fincher, Chris, Brad, Taika Waititi, Edie Falco, Peter Sciretta, Galaxy Vol, Alita, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, Hoai Tran Bui, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman, Sam Hume


David Fincher’s ‘World War Z 2’ is Officially Dead and Buried

We all had a hard time believing David Fincher would direct World War Z 2, and now, it’s not even happening. Fincher has been working on the project since at least 2016, but constant scheduling delays may have finally delivered a head shot to the project once and for all. While there’s always a chance a World War Z sequel will rise from the grave some day, as of now, the Fincher version is dead and buried. The Playlist broke the news about the cancellation of World War Z 2. Per their story, ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Atlanta, Netflix, Sequels, Brad-Pitt, David-Fincher, Paramount, World War Z, Pitt, Gerry, Bayona, Fincher, Dennis Kelly, Steven Knight, Max Brooks


Paramount Pulls the Plug on World War Z Sequel

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Paramount pulls the plug on World War Z sequel The Playlist reports that Paramount has pulled the plug on World War Z 2, David Fincher’s World War Z sequel. The death of the film follows the project’s lack of momentum, possible budgeting issues (the original cost $190 million), and a seemingly tentative studio who never put the film on their schedule, especially after investing heavily in the upcoming Mission Impossible movies. PB = PB || {}; ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, United Nations, Brad Pitt, David Fincher, Paramount, Fight Club, Pitt, David Morse, Fincher, ComingSoon, Movie News, David Ellison, Max Brooks, Marc Forster


‘World War Z’ Sequel Halts Pre-Production

Pre-production on the sequel to the Paramount hit “World War Z” has been shutdown, sources tell Variety, after a budget for the film could not be reached. Brad Pitt was set to return and his “Seven” and “Fight Club” director David Fincher was on board to helm. Insiders tell Variety that the goal was to […]
Tags: News, Brad Pitt, David Fincher, World War Z, Variety, Seven and Fight Club


‘Grudge’ Reboot Director Compares the Film to David Fincher’s ‘Seven’

The Grudge reboot recently got bumped to next year, so we’re going to have to wait a while to see it. But when we finally lay eyes on this thing, it’s going to be much different than any Grudge film that came before. According to Grudge reboot director Nicolas Pesce, the new film is more like a police thriller akin to Seven rather than your standard ghost story. Pesce, whose indie horror film Piercing is now playing, spoke with EW about his Grudge reboot, and offered up some new details. “It...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Horror, David Fincher, Remakes, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Grudge, Pesce, Andrea Riseborough, Nicolas Pesce, The Grudge, Andrea -LSB- Riseborough


New Blu-ray Releases: ‘The Girl in the Spider’s Web’, ‘Overlord’, ‘At Eternity’s Gate’, ‘Valentine’, ‘Cobra’

This week’s Blu-ray round-up features a reboot of a remake, a rumored Cloverfield sequel that became something else, a tragic drama about a painter, a slasher movie set around Valentine’s Day, and Sylvester Stallone cutting up pizza with a pair of scissors. These are the new Blu-ray releases and their special features you should check out this week and beyond. The Girl In the Spider’s Web David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo remake is severely underrated. It’s a nasty, brutal...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Horror, Features, Sequels, Sony, Beverly Hills, Daniel Craig, Sylvester Stallone, Brigitte Nielsen, Oscar Isaac, David Fincher, Claire Foy, Rooney Mara, Van Gogh, Spider


Netflix and films like ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ are fueling an animation renaissance

Animation is undergoing a big Hollywood renaissance. It’s more aggressively becoming what it’s always fundamentally been: art. In the feature film arena, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” has opened new vistas for how a big studio cartoon can look and feel, and dominated its category in virtually every contest of the current awards season so far. Meanwhile streaming services such as Netflix are giving animators unprecedented new creative freedoms and job opportunities. “We typically are most i...
Tags: Hollywood, News, South Park, Disney, Sport, Netflix, Soccer, Glendale, Moon, Guillermo Del Toro, Oscar, Sony, Streaming, Dreamworks Animation, Glen Keane, Warner Bros


On Typecasting, Branding, and Success

Every type of business, every line of work has its fair share of unique challenges. And what you’ll find with so many of these challenges is that they are utterly at odds with one another. If you run a restaurant, of course you want to use the highest quality ingredients, but you need to be just as mindful of your menu prices. You want to offer a unique product or service to the world, but if you’re idea is too far out there, no one is going to be interested. When it comes to the entertainment b...
Tags: Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Blogging, Tom Hanks, Netflix, Jennifer Aniston, John, Ralph Lauren, Charles Manson, Ramblings, David Fincher, Tarantino, Louis Vuitton, Monica, Rachel, Bloomingdale


Netflix’s Oscar Campaign for ‘Roma’ Could Be the Most Expensive in a Decade

Netflix is going for the gold statuette by dropping the equivalent of half a metric ton of gold on its Roma Oscar campaign. The streaming giant is reportedly spending upwards of $20 million on wooing awards body voters for Alfonso Cuaron‘s masterpiece, making it the most expensive campaign in nearly a decade. Not since Columbia Pictures dropped an alleged $25 million on the awards campaign for David Fincher’s The Social Network in 2009 have awards body voters been showered with so many perks...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Awards, Los Angeles, Netflix, Alfonso-Cuaron, The Times, Angelina Jolie, Cbs, The New York Times, Golden Globes, Academy Awards, Fast Company, Roma, David Fincher


Aaron Sorkin says it's time for a sequel to 'The Social Network' after Facebook’s nightmare year

Writer Aaron Sorkin thinks there should be a sequel to the Facebook origins film he wrote, "The Social Network." He said "a lot of very interesting, dramatic stuff" has happened since the movie came out in 2010. The film's producer has also floated the idea of revisiting the subject.  There should a sequel to "The Social Network," the 2010 film on the origins of Facebook. That's the view of the man who wrote it, Aaron Sorkin, who said there is plenty of new material for another movie after a ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Molly, Aaron Sorkin, Trends, Scott Rudin, David Fincher, Social Network, Jesse Eisenberg, Eduardo Saverin, Zuckerberg, Sorkin, Winklevoss, Winklevoss Twins


‘The Social Network’ Sequel Might Actually Happen, According to Aaron Sorkin

Facebook has been in the news frequently in the last few years, and not for good reasons. With all the behind-the-scenes turmoil at the online social media and social networking service company, many have suggested it might be time for a sequel to David Fincher‘s The Social Network. And according to screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, it might happen. Sorkin recently confirmed that he himself thinks there should be a sequel, and that Social Network producer Scott Rudin has brought the subject up as well...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Movies, Steve Jobs, Aaron-Sorkin, Russia, Sequels, The Social Network, Danny Boyle, Scott-Rudin, David-Fincher, True Story, Social Network, Jesse Eisenberg, George Soros, Sorkin


Aaron Sorkin Considering a Social Network Sequel

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Aaron Sorkin considering a Social Network sequel It’s been nearly a decade since Aaron Sorkin (Molly’s Game) and David Fincher (Gone Girl) graced audiences with a version of the founding of social media mega-company Facebook with The Social Network, but the interest in telling the next phase of the website’s life has not died down at all for the studio. Sorkin recently sat down for an interview with AP Entertainment (which can be viewed below) in which he reveals that the ...
Tags: Facebook, Jessica Chastain, Movies, Molly, Aaron Sorkin, Chicago, Broadway, The Social Network, Scott Rudin, David Fincher, Social Network, Trent Reznor, Eduardo Saverin, Avan Jogia, Sorkin, Chastain