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Netflix Greenlights New Animated Horror-Comedy Series DeadEndia

Netflix greenlights new animated horror-comedy series DeadEndia Netflix has officially given a series order to their newest 2D animated series titled DeadEndia which is based on author Hamish Steele’s graphic novel series of the same name. Featuring the voices of Emily Osment, Zach Barack, and Kody Kavitha, the horror-comedy series is scheduled to make its debut in 2021. “DeadEndia is about terrifying demons, vengeful ghosts and mysterious magic.” Steele said in a statement. (via The Futon C...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Pugsley, Barney, Steele, Alex Brightman, Courtney, Scott Pilgrim, Emily Osment, Miss Coco Peru, Kathreen Khavari, Kominsky


Star Trek: Lower Decks Premiere Date Revealed by CBS All Access

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Star Trek: Lower Decks: CBS All Access sets premiere date for first animated series CBS All Access has finally announced the premiere date for their first ever adult-animated series titled Star Trek: Lower Decks which hails from Solar Opposites co-creator Mike McMahan. Featuring the voices of Tawny Newsom and Jack Quaid, the first animated Star Trek comedy series is scheduled to make its debut on Thursday, August 6. The announcement also came with the released of a new ke...
Tags: TV, Movies, Star Trek, TV News, Cbs, Cbs All Access, Morty, Scott Pilgrim, Starfleet, Jack Quaid, Tendi, Mike McMahan, Fred Tatasciore, Gillian Vigman, Tawny Newsome, Star Trek: Lower Decks


The Morning Watch: ‘Hamilton’ Reunion on ‘The Tonight Show’, VFX Artists React to ‘Scott Pilgrim vs the World & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, the original cast of Hamilton reunites virtually on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots. Plus, watch as visual effects artists react to the work done on Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Looper, and ...
Tags: Movies, Jimmy-Fallon, Disney, Russell-Crowe, Ryan Gosling, The Tonight Show, Visual Effects, Edgar Wright, Hamilton, The Roots, Lin-manuel Miranda, Looper, Scott Pilgrim, Video Of The Day, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, The Abyss


That Time Michael Cera Got A Concussion While Filming Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

It took a little longer than two minutes for Michael Cera to get his ass kicked when filming this Scott Pilgrim scene.
Tags: Religion, World, Michael Cera, Scott Pilgrim


Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Animated Series in Talks

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World animated series in talks Though a box office disappointment upon release, Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim vs. the World has been one of the most celebrated graphic novel adaptations of the last decade amongst fans and critics and though a sequel isn’t going to happen, the co-writer/director has revealed there may be a new avenue for the material. (Via Slash Film) RELATED: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Will Return To Theaters For Its 10th Anniversary ...
Tags: TV, Movies, World, TV News, Edgar Wright, Jared, Michael Cera, Adams, Scott, Wright, Bryan, Alison Pill, Scott Pilgrim, Ramona, Movie News, Mary Elizabeth Winstead


‘Scott Pilgrim’ Animated Series Being Considered, According to Edgar Wright

While a live-action sequel to Edgar Wright‘s Scott Pilgrim vs. the World seems very unlikely at this point, there still might be more Pilgrim on the way. According to Wright, there are “some plans” to continue the story in animation form. Wright adds that there’s nothing official yet, but confirms there have been discussions with comic creator Bryan Lee O’Malley about the idea. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is turning 10 years old this August, and while it remains a cult favorite these days, i...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Chris Evans, Edgar-Wright, Jared, Michael Cera, Wright, Bryan, Scott-Pilgrim, Comic Book/Superhero, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Bryan Lee O Malley


The Morning Watch: Creating Burn Wounds for Movies & TV, Revolutionizing ‘Little Women’ & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, find out how burn wounds are created by make-up effects artists for movies and TV shows. Plus, watch a video essay focusing on how director Greta Gerwig revolutionized the classic story of Little Women to ma...
Tags: Movies, Gotham, Anna-Kendrick, Greta Gerwig, Trolls, Vanity Fair, Camp, Twilight, Louisa May Alcott, Ben Bornstein, Scott Pilgrim, Pitch Perfect, Little Women, Video Of The Day, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, The Morning Watch


‘Kill Them All’ Graphic Novel Adaptation Lands in the Hands of ‘Star Wars’ Second Unit Director Victoria Mahoney

Filmmaker Victoria Mahoney made history as the second unity director on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, becoming the first person of color to take on such a key role in the sci-fi saga. Now she’s stepping up to helm an entire production with Paramount Pictures. Mahoney is in talks to direct Kill Them All, an adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name by Kyle Starks, described as a love letter to the action movies of the 1990s. The Hollywood Reporter has the news on Victoria Mahoney di...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Adaptation, Ava Duvernay, Paramount Pictures, Seinfeld, Skywalker, Coyne, Mahoney, Dolph Lundgren, Scott Pilgrim, Jordan Peele, Patty Jenkins, Comic Book/Superhero


Exclusive The Hunt Clip Featuring Writer Damon Lindelof

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Exclusive The Hunt Clip Featuring Writer Damon Lindelof ComingSoon.net has an exclusive clip from the bonus content of The Hunt, featuring co-writer Damon Lindelof sharing some of his thoughts on how people could (should?) react to this controversial social thrill ride. The Hunt is available now on Digital and will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, June 9. You can check out the exclusive clip below and order your copy of the movie here! RELATED: Producer Frank Marshall...
Tags: Amazon, Video, Movies, Horror, Oscar, Philadelphia, Hilary Swank, Emma Roberts, Jason Blum, Damon Lindelof, Universal Pictures, Scott Pilgrim, Dominion, Frank Marshall, Glenn Howerton, Lindelof


Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Will Return To Theaters For Its 10th Anniversary

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Will Return To Theaters For Its 10th Anniversary Back in 2010, the movie adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley’s smash indie comic, Scott Pilgrim, failed to make an impact at the box office. However, in the decade since its release, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World has earned a cult following for its unique style, action, and comedy. During a recent Scott Pilgrim rewatch party, director Edgar Wright revealed that the film is heading back into theaters for its 10th anniversar...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Edgar Wright, Universal Pictures, Michael Cera, Adams, Scott, Wright, Alison Pill, Scott Pilgrim, Ramona, Movie News, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ramona Flowers, Wallace Wells, Ellen Wong


Edgar Wright Plans to Bring ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’ Back to Theaters, Reveals More Trivia During Watch Party

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World taught us a lot of things — Edgar Wright‘s elastic versatility as a director, that bread makes you fat, how not to wash your hands — but 10 years later we’re learning still more about the energized action comedy. Wright held an online watch party of his beloved 2010 comic book movie on Twitter last night, revealing all sorts of trivia and fun facts. Did you know Bill Hader was the narrator? That Quentin Tarantino‘s advice helped create the title sequence? Wright divu...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, World, Universal, Bill, Quentin Tarantino, Barry, Bill Hader, Chris Evans, Edgar-Wright, Tarantino, Around The Web, Wright, Tim Miller, Scott Pilgrim, Comic Book/Superhero


Sequel Bits: ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2,’ ‘Happy Death Day 3,’ the Future of ‘Nightmare on Elm Street,’ and More

In this edition Sequel Bits: Sonic the Hedgehog director Jeff Fowler is waiting for Paramount to greenlight a sequel Jessica Rothe wants to complete the Happy Death Day trilogy Robert Englund on the future of Nightmare on Elm Street Michael Cera would love to do a Scott Pilgrim vs. the World sequel Despite the box office success of Sonic the Hedgehog, quietly becoming the biggest video game movie ever  domestically even amid the coronavirus pandemic, Paramount hasn’t yet greenlit a sequel...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Ash, Usa Today, Elijah Wood, Mia, Sonic the Hedgehog, Sam, Jamie Lee Curtis, Paramount, Edgar Wright, Chris, Michael Cera, Morgan, Jessica, Jonathan


The 100 Best Movies Of The Decade – 2010-2019 – Streaming Guide Included

As the new decade approached, the thoughts of many turned toward Best of the Decade lists. I got the bright idea that we should give our picks on our podcast – see below – and for those purposes, we had to limit things to the Top 20. But, I was determined not to just run through our yearly lists and pull out the first and second place films. I wanted to go back through the decade with new eyes and see what stuck out, what I still loved, and what I might have soured on. Not only did I go throu...
Tags: Amazon, Featured, Movies, Marvel, Best, Netflix, High School, Emma Stone, Pixar, James Gunn, Avengers, James Corden, John Boyega, Adrian, Cera, Shaun


‘We Are Little Zombies’ Trailer: Orphans Start a Band, But This Film’s Frenetic Style is Its Big Draw

If you thought Edgar Wright captured a video game sensibility in his movie adaptation of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, just wait until you get a load of We Are Little Zombies, the debut feature film from director Makoto Nagahisa. This movie, which centers on a group of teenaged orphans who form a band, incorporates live-action, stop-motion, animation, and all manner of visual flair to create something that’s startlingly different from what we’re used to seeing in a movie. Check out the trailer b...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Movie Trailers, Edgar Wright, Independent, Scott Pilgrim, Oscilloscope, Chris Evangelista, Makoto Nagahisa, We Are Little Zombies, Nagahisa, Hikari Ikuko Ishi, Takemura


Edgar Wright Will Direct ‘Set My Heart to Five’, About a Robot Who Wants to Write a Screenplay

Edgar Wright already has a new project lined-up to follow his upcoming Last Night in Soho. The Shaun of the Dead filmmaker is attached to direct Set My Heart to Five, about a human-like robot on an emotional awakening. Working Title Films, Focus Features, and Compete Fiction Picture have teamed on the project, with the novel’s author Simon Stephenson set to pen the script. Deadline has the scoop on Set My Heart to Five, a new Edgar Wright movie based on the upcoming book from Simon Stephenso...
Tags: Movies, Robin Williams, Sci-fi, Adaptation, Michigan, Edgar-Wright, Jared, Soho, Wright, Scott Pilgrim, west coast of America, Simon Stephenson, Set My Heart to Five, Working Title Films Focus Features


Exclusive Clover Trailer & Poster for Jon Abrahams’ Crime Comedy

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Exclusive Clover Trailer & Poster for Jon Abrahams’ Crime Comedy ComingSoon.net has the exclusive trailer and poster for the comedy-crime thriller Clover, directed by Jon Abrahams (All At Once) and written by Michael Testone (All At Once, What Doesn’t Kill You, Mercy). Also starring Abrahams, you can check out the trailer in the player below and the poster in the gallery! RELATED: Exclusive Clip for Cult Comedy Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss Two bumbling Irish twins...
Tags: Amazon, Video, Movies, Lionsgate, Arkansas, Liam Hemsworth, Clover, Tony, Abrahams, Scott Pilgrim, ComingSoon, Movie News, Jon Abrahams, Jon Abrahams Crime Comedy ComingSoon, Michael Testone, Jackie Mark Webber Mickey Jon Abrahams


Edgar Wright Explains How to Make the Theatrical Experience Magical Again

Edgar Wright is a champion of the theatrical experience. Aside from wanting audiences to see the movies he directs on the big screen, from Shaun of the Dead to Baby Driver, he’s a cinephile at heart and has always been fond of the magic of the silver screen. Unfortunately, theater chains continue to make a trip to the theater more expensive, more inconvenient, and far less magical than it used to be. But Wright spoke with theater owners in the United Kingdom to encourage them to bring the power...
Tags: UK, Hollywood, London, Movies, Netflix, United Kingdom, Edgar-Wright, Soho, Wright, Shaun, Scott Pilgrim, Alamo Drafthouse, Business and Industry News, Baby Driver, UK Cinema Association UKCA


‘Guns Akimbo’ Trailer: Daniel Radcliffe Has Guns Bolted to His Hands and Has to Kill an Assassin

In Guns Akimbo, Daniel Radcliffe plays a loser who wakes up with guns physically bolted to his hands (yes, really). Not only that, but his character is tasked with killing an assassin on a live-streamed internet show. Points for originality must go to writer/director Jason Lei Howden for this deranged-looking movie. If happen to have spent the last few minutes considering if you should take a swig of Red Bull to get a jolt of energy, maybe just watch this new trailer instead – it’ll probably ha...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Ufc, Movie Trailers, Red Bull, Daniel-Radcliffe, Edgar Wright, Miles, Scott Pilgrim, Clive Owen, Action/Adventure, Howden, Verhoeven, Red Band Movie Trailer, Jacob Hall, Samara Weaving


ComingSoon’s 10 Best Movies of the Decade

ComingSoon’s 10 Best Movies of the Decade The 2010s were a decade of mindblowing films that took us through turbulent times with style and substance. It was the decade when superhero flicks came into their own, and horror became a dominant force in the industry. This decade also saw a downturn in the mid-budget studio picture (comedies, star-led dramas), yet still a few managed to rise above. Overall it has been an impressive ten years, and ComingSoon.net is counting down the best of the best...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Aaron Sorkin, New York City, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Stephen King, Disney, America, Dave, Jake Gyllenhaal, Wes Anderson, Manchester, Hugh Jackman


The 15 Funniest Movies of the Decade

(This article is part of our Best of the Decade series.) When considering the best in cinema, it can be easy to overlook the movies that go out of their way to make us crack up. For whatever reason, comedy never seems as significant or important as comedy. But if we didn’t laugh, there’d be nothing to pick us up from those sad moments. So as part of our look back at the decade that was 2010 through 2019, I wanted to make sure we singled out the funniest movies of the year. No, I’m not just pick...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Features, Amy Poehler, James Franco, Channing Tatum, Russell Crowe, Liam Neeson, Armando Iannucci, Johnny Depp, Morgan Freeman, Rachel Mcadams, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Paul Feig, Chris Hemsworth


Ethan Anderton’s Top 10 Movies of the Decade

(This article is part of our Best of the Decade series.) The 2010s will mark the decade when cinema as we know it started changing drastically. The movies themselves aren’t really changing, but the manner in which we get to see them is in the middle of a drastic overhaul. In some ways, it’s easier than ever to watch a movie. But along with that, it’s also gotten harder for movies to find their audience, let alone get made. Even so, the 2010s were full of movies that will stick with us for years...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Cheryl Strayed, Wild, Reese Witherspoon, Aaron Sorkin, America, Features, World, New Zealand, Leonardo Dicaprio, The Social Network


The 100 Best Movies of the Decade [Part Three]

(Welcome to /Film’s countdown of The 100 Best Movies of the Decade, examining the absolute best movies that were released between 2010 and 2019. This is part three of a five-part series and part of our Best of the Decade series.) Last week, the /Film team sat down for an extended two-part podcast to narrow down the 100 best films of the past decade. When the dust settled, we were left with a family of movies that could not be more different: action films and intimate dramas and horror flicks an...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Mexico, Los Angeles, Features, Paddington, Paris, Richard Jenkins, Wes Anderson, Ethan Hawke, Hugh Jackman, Kkk, John F Kennedy, Paul Thomas Anderson, Lincoln, Olivia Colman


Ben Pearson’s Top 10 Movies of the Decade

(This article is part of our Best of the Decade series.) The 2010s were a tumultuous era for movies, but reports of their demise have been greatly exaggerated. While television made a powerful surge to try to usurp the crown and become the defining medium of the past decade, movies held their own and occasionally reminded us why we love them so much in the first place. Here are my ten favorite films of the 2010s. 10. Attack the Block You know that feeling when you’re sitting in a theater,...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Features, Ireland, South London, Nolan, Amy Adams, Whiplash, Duran Duran, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Paul Walker, John Boyega, Ted Chiang, Rian Johnson, Jeremy Renner


Michael Bacall & Joe Cornish to Develop Snow Crash Series for HBO Max

Michael Bacall & Joe Cornish to develop Snow Crash series for HBO Max Deadline has brought word that 21 Jump Street screenwriter Michael Bacall is teaming with director Joe Cornish (The Kid Who Would Be King) and Paramount TV to develop a series adaptation of Neal Stephenson’s acclaimed sci-fi novel Snow Crash. Cornish was originally announced to helm the adaptation as a film for producer Kathleen Kennedy at Paramount back in 2012, and then as an Amazon series back in 2017. RELATED: HBO Max...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Hbo, TV, Movies, Nasa, TV News, Clarke, Paramount, Neal Stephenson, Edgar Wright, Joe Cornish, Robinson, Kathleen Kennedy, Stephenson, Enzo


brie-daily: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010) dir. Edgar...

brie-daily: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010) dir. Edgar Wright
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'Terminator: Dark Fate' director takes us behind the scenes on the franchise reboot, from the debate over an R rating to a disagreement with James Cameron over time travel

"Terminator: Dark Fate" director Tim Miller ("Deadpool") opened up to Business Insider about some of the decisions made behind the scenes while making the movie.  Miller said it wasn't decided until post production that it would be released as an R-rated movie.  The director also said that, at one point, the team discussed releasing the movie in a PG-13 version and an R-rated version simultaneously. Miller touched on a time-travel element he and franchise creator James Cameron disagreed about....
Tags: Trends, Cameron, Robert De Niro, Fox News, Deadpool, James Cameron, Sarah, Grace, Miller, Mackenzie Davis, Logan, Skydance, Jim, Linda, Dani, Ray Romano


Fantasia: Paul Williams & Ed Pressman on Phantom of the Paradise

Fantasia: Paul Williams & Ed Pressman on Phantom of the Paradise While most audiences are prepping to do the Time Warp again for the upcoming holiday, but many are exploring old souls with their annual rewatching of the cult rock opera horror comedy Phantom of the Paradise, and with the release of the recent documentary Phantom of Winnipeg exploring the film’s cult following in the Manitoba city, ComingSoon.net caught up with producer Ed Pressman and star Paul Williams at Fantasia Fest in Mon...
Tags: London, Movies, Interview, Horror, Features, Daft Punk, Fox, Canada, Williams, Paris, Guillermo Del Toro, Dallas, Brian, Montreal, Memphis, Edgar Wright


CS Soapbox: Will Deadpool Disrupt the MCU?

CS Soapbox: Will Deadpool disrupt the MCU? Amidst a day of DC and Sony comics news, the internet is ablaze with excitement, but one of the most talked-about bits to hit the web was a tweet from Ryan Reynolds. The 42-year-old actor, known for his portrayal of the foul-mouthed Marvel antihero Deadpool, runs his social media accounts as though he really is the Merc with a Mouth, but his latest post has everybody fascinated. RELATED: BREAKING: Kevin Feige Named Chief Creative Officer of Marvel ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, America, Fox, Hugh Jackman, Sony, Deadpool, Chris Pratt, Ryan Reynolds, Marvel Studios, Mark Ruffalo, Edgar Wright, Elizabeth Olsen, Wade, Merc, Reynolds


Marvel’s ‘Shang-Chi’ Will Be Tonally Similar to ‘The Matrix’, According to Director Destin Daniel Cretton

At this past summer’s San Diego Comic-Con, filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton took the stage in Hall H to introduce Simu Liu, the star of his upcoming superhero movie Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, the first Marvel Studios film with an Asian protagonist. The presence of the organization in the film’s title – the Ten Rings, the terrorist group that captured Iron Man in the very first Marvel Cinematic Universe movie – is essentially all we know about the movie up to this point. But in a ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Iron Man, Army, Pope, Marvel Studios, Brie Larson, Michael B Jordan, Collider, Sam Raimi, Wachowskis, Scott Pilgrim, Bill Pope, Lana Wachowski, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure