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Best Sassy Female Dog Names For Your Pup

In the fight for your pup’s soul, you’ll want to give them a name that is just as tough and unbreakable as they are. Here we have an exhaustive list of sassy female dog names that will help your pups win every time. The “sassy dog names female” is a list of the best sassy dog names for your pup. The list includes some great ideas like, Sassy, Princess, and Bella. It’s possible that some of the links in this article are affiliate links. The businesses featured in this article may pay us money or...
Tags: Crafts, Hollywood, Beyonce, Aretha Franklin, Aaliyah, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Quinn, Sigourney Weaver, Wanda, Mariah, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Oprah, Whitney, Buffy


Every Ghostbusters: Afterlife Main Character Ranked Worst To Best

The development of the "Ghostbusters" franchise has been fascinating to watch unfold. Ivan Reitman's 1984 original is one of the rare movies that could be described as "perfect." How could you possibly combine fantasy, broad comedy, horror, satire, sharp dialogue, improv, and the strong personalities of the cast into a comprehensive 105 minutes? Not every beloved classic of the '80s holds up in a modern context, but "Ghostbusters" has proven it can stand the test of time.Expectations were certai...
Tags: New York, Movies, New York City, Bill Murray, Paul Feig, Harrison Ford, Trevor, Jason Reitman, Sigourney Weaver, Ghostbusters, Indiana Jones, Mark Hamill, Rudd, Lucky, Luke Skywalker, Murray


The 14 Best Moments In Ghostbusters: Afterlife

The funniest Twitter thread of the year wasn't just a merciless evisceration of how every blockbuster movie trailer feels the same -- it was a specific evisceration of "Ghostbusters: Afterlife," which has been sold to audiences as the "serious" counterpoint to 2016's "Ghostbusters: Answer the Call." And while watching Ghostbusters discourse become a haven for sexist trolls has been nothing short of head-spinning, there's zero question that the movies themselves get caught in the crossfire."Ghost...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Walmart, Wes Anderson, Bill Murray, Vigo, Missy Elliot, Trevor, Jason Reitman, Sigourney Weaver, Robert Zemeckis, Spielberg, Tolkien, Murray, Cadillac, Tribeca


Ghostbusters: Afterlife Spoiler Review: Bustin' Makes Me Feel Uneasy And Disappointed

As Hollywood continues to revive old franchises for new generations, the road most traveled is the legacy-quel that brings back all the familiar story beats, characters, and winking references to their predecessors. In the case of "Ghostbusters: Afterlife," director Jason Reitman promised "the biggest Easter egg hunt of all time" as he rounded up every possible reference to "Ghostbusters" and, to a lesser extent, "Ghostbusters II." Unfortunately, an Easter egg hunt does not a great movie make."G...
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Ghostbusters: Afterlife Credits Scenes Explained

"Ghostbusters: Afterlife" arrives in theaters this weekend. Fans will have to decide for themselves how they feel about the franchise's revival after all these years (this longtime fan was sad to walk away disappointed), and they just might be the determining factor in whether or not the movie gets a sequel. Just in case, director Jason Reitman has included a couple credits scenes to tease the future of the franchise. Well, at least the post-credits scenes sets up a possible sequel. Meanwhile, t...
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The 15 Best Marvel Netflix Characters Ranked

While the era of Netflix-created Marvel content is over, the characters keep living on in our hearts. The Twitter hashtag campaign #SaveDaredevil has been running strong for more than two years, with "Daredevil" star Charlie Cox promoting it during his 2020 run on Broadway alongside "Loki" star Tom Hiddleston in the Tony-nominated play "Betrayal."The glimpses of the multiverse in the first teases for "Spider-Man: No Way Home" keep the home fires alive for not just the return of Matt Murdock, but...
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Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trailer: Terror Dogs, Dan Aykroyd, And A Familiar Song

Thanks to pandemic-related delays, "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" has felt like the movie equivalent of Lucy holding a football for Charlie Brown to kick, only to yank it away at the last second. And hey, I get it: the pandemic rightfully made a lot of Hollywood studios hesitant to release their movies into an environment with more complexity than usual, and a studio like Sony needs to make as much as possible on a potential blockbuster like this in order to stay competitive.But now the movie is fina...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sony, Bill Murray, Trailers, Jason Reitman, Sigourney Weaver, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Murray, Janine, Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, Ivan Reitman


Ryan Scott's Favorite Movies Of All Time

Good day to you, /Film readers. Ryan Scott here, the guy who you may have noticed writes a lot about box office happenings and movie business goings-on, in addition to handling our Superhero Bits column and, when the opportunity strikes, "Star Wars" or "James Bond." Today, I bring you a list of my favorite movies of all time, and the list says just about everything you need to know about the kind of movie lover I am.I find that a lot of people who write about movies (or any form of entertainment...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Robin Williams, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Michael Bay, Stephen King, Marvin, Cameron, Hugh Jackman, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Heath Ledger, Darth Vader


Avatar 3: 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.)James Cameron delivered the biggest hit of his majorly successful career with 2009's "Avatar." Returning to the sci-fi genre that made the "Terminator" and "Aliens" director a household name, "Avatar" has (on two separate occasions) become the highest-grossing movie in history. While it has taken a long time, it should come as no...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Fox, Pandora, Avatar, Cameron, Sigourney Weaver, James Cameron, Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, David Thewlis, Rick Jaffa, Jemaine Clement, Jake Sully, Joel David Moore, Tonowari


Ridley Scott films – ranked!

With The Last Duel out now, and House of Gucci at the end of the month, we rate the top 20 movies by the go-to director for swords, sandals, cyborgs and SigourneyA film to prove that straight-up feelgood comedy is not Ridley Scott’s forte and casting his favourite leading man is no guarantee of success, either. This is based on a novel by Peter “A Year in Provence” Mayle: incredibly, it is Russell Crowe playing the quirkily conceited yet adorable Brit who inherits a sumptuous house-plus-vineyard...
Tags: Film, France, Culture, Russell Crowe, Michael Fassbender, Hannibal Lecter, Sigourney Weaver, Blade Runner, Ridley Scott, Alien, Prometheus, Provence, The Martian, Peter, Gladiator, Alien: Covenant


Animal Trailer: Netflix Takes A Walk On The Wild Side

Where The Wild Things Are After almost two years of closely monitoring the behavior of humans during the pandemic, Netflix is providing audiences some relief with a new series simply entitled "Animal." Personally, I'm very excited to shift the focus from humans to wildlife. Netflix states the new series will allow viewers to "get even closer to nature's biggest stars. 'Animal' takes you on an emotional, immersive, and revelatory ride into some of the greatest wildernesses on Earth." The show see...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Wwf, Trailers, Sigourney Weaver, Rebel Wilson, Rashida Jones, Planet Earth, WWF World Wildlife Fund, Bryan Cranston Rashida Jones, Wilson Pedro Pascal


Paul Schrader’s ‘Master Gardener’ Scores Global Sales for HanWay Films

Paul Schrader’s forthcoming crime thriller, “Master Gardener,” has sold into a raft of global markets, including Germany, France and Canada. The next movie from the “Card Counter” director stars Joel Edgerton as Narvel Roth, the gardener of an American estate who is forced to confront his dark past. Sigourney Weaver stars as the estate’s wealthy […]
Tags: News, Global, Canada, AFM, Sigourney Weaver, Joel Edgerton, Germany France, Paul Schrader, HanWay Films, Narvel Roth


The 15 Best Horror Movie Sequels Ever Made

Horror film sequels often face the same challenges that comedy sequels do. Many premises are designed for a singular story, and conclude with a resolution that doesn't immediately promise a follow up. A pivotal moment in many horror films is characters facing their fears; it's harder to justify a continuation if the threat is already resolved. However, horror film franchises remain popular thanks to innovation. It's exciting when the original filmmaker can return to expand on their original visi...
Tags: London, Movies, New York City, Stephen King, Reagan, Aliens, Stanley Kubrick, Dallas, Danny Boyle, Ash, Kubrick, Sigourney Weaver, Jack, Norman, Ridley Scott, James Cameron


The Movies That Made Us Creator Brian Volk-Weiss On Learning To Love Horror [Interview]

"The Movies That Made Us" has a new third season now available on Netflix, releasing episodes on quite a few horror classics just in time for Halloween. As always, the mini-doc series promises to bring together the cast and crew behind your favorites to look at the origins, unknown tales, and interesting stories behind a number of beloved films of this spookiest of holiday seasons. Season 3 includes episodes on the infamous trilogy of slasher classics, John Carpenter's  "Halloween," Sean S. Cunn...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, America, Fox, Netflix, Kevin Bacon, Johnny Depp, Sigourney Weaver, William Shatner, James Cameron, Robocop, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason, Warner Brothers, Eddie Murphy


Ghostbusters: Afterlife International Trailer Teases The Legacy Of Egon Spengler And A Familiar Threat

"Ghostbusters: Afterlife" is nearly upon us. It's been nearly two years since the first trailer for this movie debuted, and thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, it's been a long road to get the movie into theaters. Come rain or shine, the "Ghostbusters" sequel from director Jason Reitman ("Juno"), son of original franchise director Ivan Reitman, is coming to theaters in November. So far Sony Pictures has played things pretty close to the vest when it comes to revealing certain story details about...
Tags: Movies, News, Trailers, Sony Pictures, Sigourney Weaver, Harold Ramis, Carrie Coon, Ivan Reitman, Egon Spengler, McKenna Grace, Jason Reitman Juno, Summerville Oklahoma


Interview: Brian Volk-Weiss Talks Season 3 of The Movies That Made Us

Netflix’s The Movies That Made Us recently released a new batch of episodes covering the productions of RoboCop, Halloween, A Nightmare On Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Aliens, and Coming to America, which gave ComingSoon the perfect opportunity to speak with showrunner/producer Brian Volk-Weiss. The Movies That Made Us looks inside the movies that have shaped generations and what it took to make them happen, telling the story of how these movies were made, the involvement of studio producers, wr...
Tags: TV, Movies, Interview, Documentary, Disney, America, Earth, Netflix, Streaming, Sigourney Weaver, Robocop, Frank Sinatra, Boeing, Series, Paramount, Steve


A Miniseries Is The Best Way To Finish Ridley Scott's Alien Prequel Story

It’s looking less and less likely that Ridley Scott will helm another Alien prequel, but fortunately, Alien: Covenant could still receive a follow-up in the form of a limited series. Despite starting strong, the Alien franchise has struggled to find its feet with critics over the last few decades. The original Alien, a brutal and brilliant “haunted house in space” sci-fi horror, and its more action-forward sequel Aliens are beloved by viewers and critics alike, often still held up as classics o...
Tags: Entertainment, Tech, David, Michael Fassbender, Sigourney Weaver, Ridley Scott, Noah Hawley, Neill Blomkamp, Fassbender, Walter, Scott, Shaw, Ripley, Daniels, Katherine Waterston, Elizabeth Shaw


Why Joss Whedon's Alien 5 Never Happened (& What It Would've Looked Like)

Penned by Joss Whedon and set on Earth after Alien Resurrection, Alien 5 is one of the biggest sequels never to see the light of day. The Alien franchise is a success by any barometer or metric, spawning 4 mainline installments and 2 prequel films, with the original Alien's induction into the National Film Registry for historical preservation highlighting its cultural significance. All Alien installments center around the origins or activity of the iconic early Xenomorph, designed by legendary ...
Tags: Entertainment, Disney, Tech, Earth, Fox, Sigourney Weaver, Avengers, Ridley Scott, James Cameron, Joss Whedon, Kane, Weaver, Ripley, Paul W S Anderson, Whedon, Jean Pierre Jeunet


The 14 Best Bill Murray Movies Ranked

Bill Murray is one of the most beloved comedic actors of all time. Murray first rose to prominence thanks to his memorable characters on "Saturday Night Live," joining fellow stars like Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi after Chevy Chase departed at the end of the first season. From there, Murray went on to become the biggest stars of the '80s, and many of his early films are now considered classics.While Murray was frequently the headlining star, he's also proved willing to step into supporting role...
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Paul Schrader Talks ‘Master Gardener,’ Follow-Up to ‘The Card Counter’

Paul Schrader, who received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Zurich Film Festival on Friday, is planning to start shooting thriller “Master Gardener” in February, with Joel Edgerton and Sigourney Weaver starring, and the third role to be played by a young woman of color. Zendaya was his first choice, but they couldn’t agree on […]
Tags: News, Global, Sigourney Weaver, Joel Edgerton, Zendaya, Paul Schrader


The Best Fantasy Movies You Can Watch On Netflix Right Now

Fantasy is a wide-encompassing genre. It often contains tropes pulled from mythology or folklore. It sometimes overlaps with other genres, such as horror and science fiction -- whereas science-fiction is speculative fiction based on possible (or maybe possible) science, fantasy has no basis in reality. It's a popular genre for movies aimed at children and young adults, especially when it comes to films based on book franchises. Whether you're interested vampires, fairies, and werewolves, paralle...
Tags: England, Movies, Massachusetts, New York City, Stephen King, Spain, Netflix, Guillermo Del Toro, Army, Franco, Harry Potter, Magic, Suicide Squad, Liam Neeson, Seth Rogen, Las Vegas


The 10 Scariest Scenes From The Alien Franchise

Ridley Scott's "Alien" is a profound, seminal piece of science fiction and horror. In space, no one can truly hear you scream (per the first movie's official tagline), though just because it's unheard, it doesn't mean it's not there. With a profound scope, unmatched awe, gorgeous visuals, and bonafide body horror, the series is operatic, high-concept horror -- basically, a haunted house series set in space. With talented directors at the helm, the Alien series offers visions of a horrific future...
Tags: Movies, Cameron, Dallas, Idris Elba, Michael Fassbender, Sigourney Weaver, Vox, Ridley Scott, James Cameron, Spielberg, David Fincher, John Hurt, Joss Whedon, Damon Lindelof, Kane, Scott


Avatar 2: 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.)It feels deeply hubristic to write an article about "Avatar 2" when the sequel has already been delayed a comical number of times. But to borrow a Na'vi phrase from the first film, "Fìketuwongìl ke nayume ke'ut." (Everyone reading this is surely fluent in Na'vi, but just in case there are a few stragglers out there who haven't le...
Tags: Movies, Pandora, Avatar, Cameron, Sigourney Weaver, James Cameron, Sam Worthington, Oona Chaplin, Jake, Zoe Saldana, Josh Friedman, Sarah Connor, Jake Sully, Stephen Lang, Neytiri, Jon Landau


The 14 Most Important Sci-Fi Directors Of The Last 50 Years

Of all the fictional genres, sci-fi is the one most interested in exploring man's relationship to science and technology, delving into both the possibilities and the consequences of humanity's technological advancements, envisioning futuristic and faraway worlds, and questioning our place in a universe full of unknown wonders. Over the past 50 years, technology has changed our world in previously unimagined ways, and science fiction has adjusted accordingly. While there have been a host of incre...
Tags: Hong Kong, New York, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Stephen King, Disney, Los Angeles, Reagan, Nasa, Avatar, George Orwell, Cameron, Antarctica, Brazil, Leonardo Dicaprio, Sandra Bullock


Sigourney Weaver’s ‘Glorious’ Description Of Ghostbusters: Afterlife Will Get Fans Psyched

Sigourney Weaver gives a glowing and exciting description of Ghostbusters: Afterlife.
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The 15 Best Final Girls In Horror Movies Ranked

While horror films have been around for several decades, the term "final girl" was coined more recently than most people may think. Originally created in 1992 by author Carol J. Clover in her book "Men, Women, and Chainsaws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film," the term refers to a common trope in horror movies in which the last female character(s) alive confront and defeat or escape the killer, essentially becoming the only people left to tell the story.  Characteristics of a final girl include a...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Brooke Shields, Aliens, Connor, Norwood, Sigourney Weaver, Ridley Scott, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason, Kristen, Sarah, Nancy, Alice, Rooney Mara, Emilia Clarke


‘The Good House’ Filmmakers on ‘Icon’ Sigourney Weaver, Endangered Adult Dramas

Writing, directing, and life partners Maya Forbes and Wallace Wolodarsky work out all of their disagreements on the page, the couple confided to Variety at this year’s Toronto Film Festival. While that may pertain strictly to film narratives, they’re certainly on the same page about their festival entry “The Good House” — a rich and […]
Tags: News, Sigourney Weaver, Maya Forbes, The Toronto Film Festival, Wallace Wolodarsky, Sigourney Weaver Endangered Adult Dramas


In ‘The Good House,’ Sigourney Weaver Walks Into an Intervention (EXCLUSIVE)

In “The Good House,” Sigourney Weaver plays Hildy, a prickly, well-born Realtor in a wealthy New England town. Hildy is a mother and grandmother, and her family has become concerned with her drinking. When they stage an intervention, the beginning of which you can see in this exclusive clip, Weaver’s Hildy breaks the fourth wall, […]
Tags: News, Toronto Film Festival, Sigourney Weaver, New England, Weaver, Hildy, The Good House


Sigourney Weaver Gave A Unique Ghostbusters Audition – Here's The Story

When Sigourney Weaver appeared as Dana Barrett in "Ghostbusters," she was between two other landmark performances — in "Alien" and "Aliens." The former served as her breakout role while the latter earned her an Oscar nomination for best actress, a first for her in her career.Having dabbled in sci-fi horror and also romantic dramas like "The Year of Living Dangerously," Weaver was looking to spice up her filmography with some work in a different genre. Mental Floss notes that she wanted to do a c...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, Julia Roberts, Manhattan, Sigourney Weaver, Ghostbusters, Woody Allen, Annie Hall, Dana, Weaver, Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Reitman, Ramis, Central Park West


David Fincher's Protagonists Ranked Worst To Best

Since 1992, David Fincher has constructed a signature style out of hefty, character-driven thrillers. Fincher's TV shows are just as heady as his films, too, with protagonists that aren't typical heroes, but flawed people. In fact, that theme even extends to his music video work, with his 1990 video for Aerosmith's "Janie's Got a Gun" foretelling the kind of director Fincher was destined to be. Thus, it's the characters who shape the core of a Fincher film; the settings are just window dressing ...
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