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‘Jungle Cruise’ is Coming to Theaters and Disney+ Premier Access in July

After being delayed during the coronavirus pandemic last year, Disney is finally bringing the theme park-inspired action adventure Jungle Cruise to theaters. But that’s not the only place you’ll be able to catch the movie starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. Disney has announced that Jungle Cruise will be following in the footsteps of Black Widow by arriving on Disney+ Premiere Access the same day it hits theaters at the end of July. Disney sent out a press release about the July 30, 202...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Dwayne-Johnson, Disney, Johnson, Disneyland, Paul Giamatti, Caribbean, Jack Whitehall, Lily, Frank, London England, Jesse Plemons, Michael Green, Jungle Cruise, Action/Adventure


No More Heroes 3 PV Recounts the Story of Travis Touchdown

Nintendo and Grasshopper Manufacture have released a brand new preview for the upcoming second action game sequel to No More Heroes recounting the story of otaku protagonist Travis Touchdown. The trailer, presented like a YouTube video within a YouTube video telling of Travis’ many bizarre and violent adventures: No More Heroes 3 will be released […]
Tags: Games, Nintendo, Anime, Travis, PV, Release Dates, Grasshopper Manufacture, Nintendo Switch, No More Heroes


‘Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania’ and ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ Get 2023 Release Dates

Along with the official titles for the sequels to Black Panther and Captain Marvel, two other Marvel Studios sequels have also gotten a little update. Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 have now been given official release dates for 2023. Find out when you can catch them below. Ant-Man and The Wasp : Quantumania Release Date Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania is now slated to arrive in theaters on February 17, 2023. The third film in the Ant-Man franchise w...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Sequels, Guardians Of The Galaxy, James Gunn, Marvel Studios, Vin Diesel, Morty, Rick, Cassie, Scott Lang, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, Michelle Pfeiffer, Release Dates, Peyton Reed


Rune Factory 5 Trailer Explores the Town of Rigbarth & Its Inhabitants

Marvelous has released a new trailer for the upcoming RPG management game Rune Factory 5, showcasing the town of Rigbarth and the many different characters inhabiting it. The trailer going on a tour of Rigbarth with Livia, the Chief of Seed, an organization responsible for security within the town: Rune Factory 5 will be released […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Anime, Announcements, RPG, Livia, Release Dates, Nintendo Switch, Marvelous, Rune Factory, Rigbarth


Scott Derrickson’s Blumhouse Horror Movie ‘The Black Phone’ Lands January 2022 Release

Universal and Blumhouse have set the release date for Scott Derrickson‘s return to horror, The Black Phone. The film, which reunites Derrickson with his Sinister star Ethan Hawke, will land in theaters in winter 2022. Deadline reports that Universal Pictures and Blumhouse productions have set the Black Phone release date for January 28, 2022. The Black Phone marks Derrickson’s highly anticipated return to horror after directing Marvel’s Doctor Strange, and is based on a short story by Joe Hi...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Marvel, New York Times, Ethan Hawke, Sony, Universal, Cargill, Jason Blum, Universal Pictures, Joe Hill, Hawke, Finney, Blumhouse, Sulphur Springs, Scott-Derrickson


Fate/Stay Night Cooking Spin-off Game Gets Western Release Date

Publisher Aniplex has announced the original Fate/stay night spin-off anime turned game adaptation Everyday Today’s MENU for EMIYA Family will be releasing in English at the beginning of June. The synopsis and a summary of the title as shown on the official website: The video game adaptation of the deliciously heartwarming world of Today’s MENU […]
Tags: Translation, Food, Games, Cook, English, Anime, Announcements, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Fate/Stay Night, Release Dates, Aniplex, Nintendo Switch


Everything You Need to Know About All the Movies Netflix is Releasing This Summer

This morning, Netflix released their 2021 Summer Movie Preview, featuring the first footage from over 30 movies that will be released between April and August. Since there are so many movies, we wanted to make sure you knew as much as possible about them ahead of time, so we’ve rounded up some trailers, first look images, synopses, and all the information you need to know about the full roster of Netflix 2021 summer movies. So let’s get to it. 2021 Netflix Summer Movies List Fear Street T...
Tags: Images, London, Movies, France, Scotland, Virginia, India, America, Noah, Netflix, Harvard, Canada, Abbi Jacobson, Shanghai, Sony, Manhattan


Laid-Back Camp: Have a Nice Day! Takes All the Girls Camping

Mages. has announced the Japanese release date of the upcoming spin-off visual novel adaptation of Laid-Back Camp (YuruCamp) featuring a “what-if” scenario which includes all the girls from the series camping together. A summary and synopsis of the game: The Long-Awaited Game Based on the Popular TV Anime Laid-Back Camp Take on the roles of […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Ps4, Announcements, Mages, Visual Novels, Adaptations, Release Dates, Nintendo Switch, Yuru Camp


Tales of Arise PVs Abundant in Information & Intense Action

Bandai Namco has released a whole series of varied PVs for the upcoming new entry into the Tales series of games, Tales of Arise. The release date for the title has also been revealed. The new PVs and gameplay trailers in both English and Japanese showing everything from new characters to the story: Tales of […]
Tags: Games, Xbox One, Anime, Ps4, RPG, Pc Gaming, Bandai Namco, PV, Video Gallery, Release Dates, Tales Series, PS5, Xbox Series X, Tales of Arise


Take Out Girl Trailer for True-Life-Inspired Dramatic Thriller

Take Out Girl trailer for true-life-inspired dramatic thriller After debuting to strong reviews at the American Black Film Festival and various other events, 1091 Pictures has unveiled the first trailer for the drama-thriller Take Out Girl inspired by true events from the life of co-writer and star Hedy Wong. The trailer can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Exclusive Trailer: The Get Together Stars Shakey Graves and Jacob Artist Co-written by Wong and Indigenous director Hisonni Joh...
Tags: Crime, Movies, Trailer, America, Ifc, Johnson, Young, Robert Rodriguez, True Story, Wong, Zane, Hedy, ComingSoon, Movie News, Release Dates, 1091 Pictures


New Paul Thomas Anderson Movie Wide Release Date Set For December

Here’s an early peek at your Christmas present: Paul Thomas Anderson‘s new movie, which may or may not be called Soggy Bottom, has set its wide release date for December 2021. We don’t know a whole lot about the film just yet, but we do know it follows a high school student becoming an actor in the 1970s. The cast includes Bradley Cooper, Benny Safdie, Alana Haim (of the band Haim), and Cooper Hoffman, son of the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman, who frequently collaborated with Anderson. ...
Tags: Movies, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul-Thomas-Anderson, Haim, Anderson, Denzel Washington, San Fernando Valley, United Artists, Release Dates, Journal for Jordan, Cooper Hoffman, Soggy Bottom, Bradley Cooper Benny Safdie Alana Haim, Cooper Hoffman Bradley Cooper Alana Haim, Benny Safdie Hoffman


‘Downton Abbey 2’ Will Waltz Into Theaters This Christmas

Downton Abbey 2 will be your Christmas gift this year. Following the monster box office success of the first Downton Abbey feature film, Focus Features is bringing back the beloved residents of the fictional Yorkshire country estate for a sequel which will feature the return of the original cast alongside newly confirmed newcomers Hugh Dancy, Dominic West, and more. Downton Abbey‘s previous Christmas specials will have nothing on Downton Abbey 2, which will continue the story of the Crawley ...
Tags: Hollywood, Downton Abbey, Movies, Drama, Downton, Yorkshire, Julian Fellowes, Emmy, Quentin Tarantino, Dominic West, Gareth Neame, Crawley, Fellowes, Marilyn, Focus Features, Matthew Goode


‘F9’ Opening in China Five Weeks Before Domestic Release

If you’re a fan of the Fast and Furious franchise and you’re also terrified of spoilers, I have some potentially bad news for you! F9, the latest logic-defying entry in the hit series, will open a full five weeks early in China. That means bootleg copies of the film might leak online, and the full synopsis – with spoilers – could very well end up somewhere like Wikipedia long before you even get a shot to buy a movie ticket. So consider this your warning. The overseas market – especially Chi...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, China, Wikipedia, Sequels, Brian, Universal, Vietnam, Forbes, Fast And The Furious, Dom, Russia South Korea, Release Dates, Letty, Dom Toretto, F9


Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection Character Showcase More Brutal Than Ever

Koei Tecmo has released new footage for the upcoming Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection featuring some familiar faces from the franchise that have also crossed over into the company’s other titles. The newest trailer presents the main characters of the franchise and their respective movesets as they lay a gory waste to every enemy unlucky enough […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Xbox One, Anime, Ps4, Announcements, Pc Gaming, Koei Tecmo, Tecmo Koei, Guro, Ninja Gaiden, Release Dates, Nintendo Switch


‘Top Gun: Maverick’, ‘Mission: Impossible’ Sequels Shift Release Dates, New ‘Star Trek’ Movie Coming, and Much More [Updated]

Update 4/14/21: THR reports that part of the reason for the Top Gun: Maverick delay is because star Tom Cruise “wants to embark on a world tour in advance of the opening,” something that wouldn’t be possible now with the lockdowns in Europe and other international territories. Our original article from April 9 continues. Update 4/9/21: New information has come to light about the mysterious Star Trek film Paramount announced today. Check out the update at the bottom of the post. Strap in, movie ...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Tom Cruise, Ryan Reynolds, Paramount, Ron Howard, John Krasinski, Coen Brothers, Krasinski, Vazquez, Release Dates, Jackie Treehorn, Top Gun: Maverick, Mission: Impossible 7, Mission: Impossible 8, Ryan Reynolds John Krasinski


Sony Acquires Billy Crystal’s Here Today, Sets May Release Date

Sony acquires Billy Crystal’s Here Today, sets May release date It’s been 20 years since Emmy winner and Golden Globe nominee Billy Crystal (Standing Up, Falling Down) last stepped into the director’s chair for the HBO sports biographical drama 61* and now his latest effort, Here Today, is finally coming to audiences as Sony Pictures’ Stage 6 Films has acquired the rights to the dramedy. RELATED: Tiffany Haddish to Star in Netflix’s Film Adaptation of Mystery Girl Co-written by Crystal and...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, New York, Movies, Drama, Toronto, Netflix, Sony, Sony Pictures, Penn Badgley, Crystal, Golden Globe, Laura Benanti, Billy Crystal, Anna Deavere Smith, ComingSoon


The Space Between Starring Kelsey Grammer Lands at Paramount

The Space Between starring Kelsey Grammer lands at Paramount Paramount Pictures has acquired the rights to the Kelsey Grammer-led coming-of-age comedy The Space Between from Dallas Buyers Club producer Rachel Winter in her directorial debut, according to Deadline. The studio has slated the film for a select U.S. theatrical release on April 23 followed by a digital release on June 15. RELATED: Paramount Shuffles Release Dates for Jackass, Snake Eyes & More! The film is set during the ’90s musi...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Los Angeles, Paramount Pictures, Kelsey Grammer, Paramount, Dallas Buyers Club, Paramount Home Entertainment, Adams, Krystal, Paris Jackson, Dexter Fletcher, Rosario Dawson, Grammer, ComingSoon, Movie News


The Man From Toronto: Sony Pictures’ Action Comedy Gets Release Date

Sony Pictures sets release date for action comedy The Man From Toronto Sony Pictures has set a release date of January 14, 2022, or MLK weekend, for its upcoming film The Man from Toronto, starring Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson. That puts the action comedy in competition with Marvel’s Morbius, starring Jared Leto, which is currently slated to open five days later on Jan. 19. RELATED: Kaley Cuoco Joins Kevin Hart in The Man from Toronto The Man from Toronto was originally scheduled to open o...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Movies, Kaley Cuoco, Toronto, Action, Mlk, Woody Harrelson, Kevin Hart, Sony Pictures, Jason Statham, Jared Leto, Hart, Ellen Barkin, ComingSoon, Movie News


Second Getter Robo Ark PV Bravely Proclaims Anime Release Date

The second preview for the Getter Robo Ark anime adaptation has not only introduced the iconic mecha featured in the show but also the main cast of characters and the show’s release date. The series serves as a sequel to the Getter Robo Go manga. It reintroduces the Andromeda Country from the Shin Getter Robo manga as the main villains […]
Tags: Anime, Announcements, Mecha, Bandai Namco, PV, Adaptations, Continuations, Release Dates, Bee Media, Getter Robo


Cestvs: The Roman Fighter Battles Against All Odds for Survival

BN Pictures has released a new preview of the upcoming adaptation of the historical martial arts battle manga Cestvs: The Roman Fighter, introducing the series’ expansive lineup of characters. The new trailer also showcases the series will be a mix between traditional 2D animation and 3D CG, with the latter predominantly used for battle sequences. […]
Tags: Martial Arts, Anime, PV, 3D CG, Adaptations, Release Dates, Bandai Namco Pictures, Logic&Magic, BN Pictures


Janky Horror Game Deadly Premonition 2 Getting a PC Version

The annual 2020 financial report for publisher Rising Star Games has revealed a port of the 2020 horror game sequel Deadly Premonition 2 will be heading to Steam sometime this year. The section of the report that exposed this news: Details of the game via the publisher Rising Star Games: Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing […]
Tags: Games, Steam, Mystery, Anime, Ports, Announcements, Pc Gaming, PV, Release Dates, Nintendo Switch, Rising Star Games, Deadly Premonition


‘Top Gun: Maverick’, ‘Mission: Impossible’ Sequels Shift Release Dates, New ‘Star Trek’ Movie Coming, and Much More

Strap in, movie fans: Paramount has just made some significant changes to the release dates of films like Top Gun: Maverick, both Mission: Impossible sequels, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins, and many more. Plus, the studio has officially put a new Star Trek movie on its calendar, and Universal has moved the release date of The Forever Purge up to even earlier in July. Read on for a clear breakdown of what’s coming out when. Today appears to be “Shuffle Our Release Calendar Friday” for Paramount...
Tags: Movies, Ryan Reynolds, Paramount, Ron Howard, John Krasinski, Coen Brothers, Krasinski, Release Dates, Jackie Treehorn, Top Gun: Maverick, Mission: Impossible 7, Mission: Impossible 8, Ryan Reynolds John Krasinski, Kalinda Vazquez, Noah Hawley Trek


‘Hotel Transylvania’ Short Film Lands Online; Final Theatrical Sequel Coming Out Sooner Than Expected

Here’s a double dose of good news for the Hotel Transylvania fans out there. Monster Pets: A Hotel Transylvania Short, which is currently playing in Cinemark theaters, has made its way online in advance of this weekend’s Pets Day on April 11. (No, you’re not the only one who had no idea that Pets Day was a thing.) The other piece of good news is two-pronged and a bit more bittersweet. The fourth installment of the film franchise has received a new official title: Hotel Transylvania: Transforman...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Animation, Sequels, Sony, Sony Pictures Animation, Adam Sandler, Transylvania, Sandler, Cinemark, Hotel Transylvania, Genndy Tartakovsky, Short Films, Release Dates, Tartakovsky, Michelle Murdocca


WarnerMedia CEO Confirms Plan for Traditional Theatrical Releases in 2022

Warner Bros.‘ controversial day-and-date release experiment will end after this year. After shattering the traditional theatrical release model with their decision to debut the entire 2021 Warner Bros. slate simultaneously in theaters and HBO Max, WarnerMedia confirmed they’re going back to traditional theaters-only releases in 2022. In an interview with Vox’s Recode podcast on Thursday, WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar confirmed that their one-year experiment of dropping their major releases in ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Amc, Exhibition, Batman, Warner Bros, Vox, Jason Kilar, Warner Brothers, Kong, Adam, Denis Villeneuve, Kilar, Release Dates, WarnerMedia, HBO Max


‘The Tomorrow War’ With Chris Pratt Heads to Amazon in July

The Chris Pratt sci-fi action flick The Tomorrow War is headed to Amazon Prime Video in time for the July 4 weekend. The Chris McKay-directed pic was originally set up at Paramount and intended to open in theaters on December 25, 2020. But the COVID-19 pandemic put the kibosh on those plans, and earlier this year reports surfaced that Amazon was considering picking up the movie. Now, it’s official: Amazon has the film and will release it this July. July 2, 2021, to be exact. That will give v...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Sci-fi, Chris Pratt, Chris Mckay, Paramount, Dan, Skydance, Amazon Studios, J K Simmons, Yvonne Strahovski, Release Dates, David Ellison, Skydance Media, Jennifer Salke Head, The Tomorrow War


Sundance’s ‘Summer of Soul’ Documentary Will Bring “Black Woodstock” to Hulu in July

During the virtual Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, The Tonight Show bandleader and The Roots drummer Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson debuted a documentary about The Harlem Cultural Festival of 1969, an event that would come to be dubbed “Black Woodstock.” Summer of Soul (…Or, When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) chronicles the often-overlooked event that celebrated Black history, culture and fashion across six weeks, including performances by B.B. King, Nina Simone, Sly & the Family...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Fox Searchlight, Hulu, Chris Rock, Questlove, Harlem, Thompson, Woodstock, Gladys Knight, Lin Manuel Miranda, Ben Pearson, Mahalia Jackson, Ahmir, Marcus Garvey Park, Release Dates


‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City’ Release Date Delayed to Thanksgiving

If you’d booked a trip to Raccoon City in early September, we have bad news: your trip has been delayed to Thanksgiving. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, Sony’s reboot of the film franchise based on the popular video game series, was previously slated to arrive in theaters on September 3, 2021, but now the movie has been bumped back to Thanksgiving, presumably since the idea of surviving in a post-apocalyptic hellscape will allow viewers to work up quite an appetite for turkey and stuffi...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sci-fi, Adaptation, Sony, San Diego, Video Game, Milla Jovovich, Paul W S Anderson, Release Dates, Johannes Roberts, Neal McDonough, Raccoon City, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, Umbrella Corporation Raccoon City, Raccoon City Sony


‘Death on the Nile’ Not Expected to Reshoot Armie Hammer Scenes in Wake of Sexual Assault Allegations

Death on the Nile has faced more stalls than most other star-studded sequels of its caliber — first getting lost in the Fox-Disney reshuffle before the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic put a stop to 2020 release plans. But the latest one might the hardest to navigate for the Kenneth Branagh murder mystery film. It’s the problem of star Armie Hammer, who was recently accused of rape and is at the center of an investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department. Over the last few months, Hammer’...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Jennifer Lopez, Kevin Spacey, Kenneth Branagh, Nile, Lapd, 20th Century Fox, Armie-Hammer, Agatha Christie, Hammer, Jennifer Saunders, Variety, Los Angeles Police Department, Taika Waititi


Tekken 7 Lidia Sobieska’s Motion Capture Performed by Real Karate Expert

Japanese master of Shotokan karate, Tatsuya Naka, provided his body and mastery of the art during the motion capture session for Tekken 7‘s latest DLC character Lidia Sobieska. This is the first time the grandmaster has provided the likeness of his moves via motion capture. Tekken 7’s Director, Katsuhiro Harada, has also stated that this technology is not used […]
Tags: Games, Bandai Namco, DLC, Fighting Games, Martial Arts, Motion Capture, PV, Release Dates, Technology, Tekken


‘Mortal Kombat’ Release Date Delayed Again by One Week

Fans have been patiently waiting for the latest big screen adaptation of Mortal Kombat to arrive. Even though it wasn’t one of the films slated for release during the coronavirus pandemic last year, it was bumped back a bit due to COVID-19’s continued impact on movie theaters into 2021. The movie from director Simon McQuoid was slated for release in March 2021 before being pushed to April 16 for a debut in theaters and on HBO Max, but now the movie has been pushed back again. But just one week....
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, United States, Kano, Godzilla, MMA, Warner Brothers, Video Game, Kong, Cole, Action/Adventure, Release Dates, Simon McQuoid, Shang Tsung, Mortal-kombat