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‘Fear Street Part 2: 1978’ Clip Shows What Bullying Camp Kids Do to Witches

Fear Street heads back to the ’70s with Fear Street Part 2: 1978, the second entry in Netflix’s pretty damn great Fear Street trilogy. The sequel drops onto the streaming service this week, continuing the tale of the cursed town of Shadyside, and its unlucky residents trying to stay alive while battling against supernatural forces and masked killers. Before you take a trip to the summer of ’78 this weekend, check out a new Fear Street Part 2 clip below featuring Stranger Things star Sadie Sink ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Netflix, Sequels, Video Clips, Ziggy, Sink, Shadyside, Leigh Janiak, Sadie Sink, Fear Street, Jordyn Dinatale, Scott Welch Chiara Aurelia, Camp Nightwing, Fear Street Part 2: 1978, Sadie Sink Ziggy


‘The King’s Man’ Special Look: Learn the “Bloody” Origin of the Kingsman

If you forgot there was going to be yet another Kingsman movie, that’s okay – I’m sure many others did as well. The film, a prequel called The King’s Man, has had its release date shuffled multiple times – and not just because of COVID-19. The flick was originally due out in 2019, but is now set to open this holiday season. For those who need the reminder, there’s a new The King’s Man special look below that goes behind the scenes of the upcoming Matthew Vaughn movie.  The King’s Man Special...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Ralph Fiennes, Mark Millar, Video Clips, Kingsman, Vaughn, Taron Egerton, Matthew Vaughn, Action/Adventure, Dave Gibbons, Behind the Scenes Footage, Harry Hart, Zygi Kamasa, Harry Hart Eggsy, The King's Man


‘Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory’ 50th Anniversary Reunion: Get a Golden Ticket for a Trip Down Memory Lane

Fifty years ago, Gene Wilder did a somersault down a red carpet while sporting a top hat and purple velvet suit before opening the gates to invite viewers into the wonderful, whimsical world of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Director Mel Stuart delivered a fantastic fantasy film with artistic set design, colorful costumes, and cooky characters that still entertain audiences to this day. To celebrate the film’s 50-year release, the lucky golden ticket winners themselves got together to r...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Disneyland, Paramount Pictures, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Video Clips, Wilder, Augustus, Wonka, Dahl, Gene Wilder, Nickerson, Mel Stuart, Timothee Chalamet, Harper Goff, Roald Dahl Willy Wonka


‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Clip: It’s Time to Slam Now, Whether You Like It or Not

At this point, you’ve probably decided whether or not Space Jam: A New Legacy is going to be your cup of tea. Fans of the original looking for nostalgia, Looney Tunes fans, and kids all have their reasons for wanting to see this sequel 26 years in the making. I just doubt those reasons included seeing Granny in a latex catsuit kicking a cop in the face or joking about her Twitter. Speedy, There is no Sombrero We already knew that Space Jam: A New Legacy was going to be chock-full of ref...
Tags: Twitter, Movies, Mexico, Animation, Michael Jordan, Lebron James, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Don Cheadle, James, Video Clips, Dom, WB, Granny, Carrie Anne Moss, Space-Jam


‘Fear Street Part 1: 1994’ Opening Scene: Watch Maya Hawke Get Menaced by a Masked Killer

Fear Street Part 1: 1994 hits Netflix this week, kicking off the first in a new trilogy inspired by the work of R.L. Stine. Ahead of the first film’s premiere, Netflix has gone ahead and released the first 5 minutes. The opening scene features Stranger Things breakout Maya Hawke as a very unlucky mall employee being targeted by a masked killer. It’s an opening meant to invoke the now-iconic opening scene of Scream, and it’s pretty damn rad. So head to the mall, grab an Orange Julius, buy someth...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Netflix, Video Clips, Spencer, Julius, Stine, Terence Malick, Shadyside, Leigh Janiak, Maya Hawke, Fear Street, Camp Nightwing, Sarah Fier, Fear Street Part 1 1994


‘The Tomorrow War’ Clip: Chris Pratt Fights Aliens in a Destroyed Miami

Chris Pratt is suited up and ready for some intergalactic warfare in Amazon Prime’s original film The Tomorrow War. SyFy revealed an exclusive clip from director Chris McKay‘s sci-fi action film, giving a sneak preview of a lot of chaos, awesome special effects, and a glimpse at the aliens that threaten our protagonist. The Tomorrow War Clip The Tomorrow War is an action-packed sci-fi film that follows time travelers who arrive from the year 2051 to deliver an urgent message: 30 years i...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Miami, Will Smith, Chris Pratt, Chris Mckay, Video Clips, Pratt, Dean, J K Simmons, Downtown Miami, Action/Adventure, Zach Dean, The Tomorrow War, Dan Forester Pratt, Dan Forester


‘Loki’ Mid-Season Trailer Apprehends the Gods of Mischief, and One of Them is Just Insulted

Disney+ is all about celebrating the halfway point of their new shows now. Following last week’s mid-season trailer for Star Wars: The Bad Batch, this time it’s Marvel’s Loki that’s getting the mid-season sneak peek treatment, and this one is far more interesting. Though most of the trailer is spent catching audiences up with what’s happened in the first three episodes so far, there’s still some new footage from the back half of the season, including the arrest of both Lokis by the Time Varianc...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Sequels, Marvel Studios, Tom Hiddleston, Video Clips, Loki, Tesseract, Owen-Wilson, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, TV Trailer, Sophia Di Martino, Time Variance Authority, TVA Time Variance Authority


‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ Deleted Scene is a Masterclass in Awkward Comedy

When a movie like Borat Subsequent Moviefilm relies on the reactions of real people in real situations with Sacha Baron Cohen‘s unpredictable Kazakh television journalist Borat Sagdiyev, you know there’s going to be tons of bonus footage. Thankfully, after the comedy sequel arrived last year, Amazon Prime decided to release a huge batch of deleted scenes and unused footage that simply didn’t fit into the narrative of the movie in a trio of comedy specials, and one of the best has just been rele...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, Amazon Prime, Sequels, Kazakhstan, Chevy Chase, Borat, Sacha-Baron-Cohen, Video Clips, Cohen, Buster Keaton, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Tutar, Maria Bakalova, Borat Supplemental Reportings


Watch: Conan O’Brien Says Farewell to Late Night Television

Conan O’Brien‘s late night talk show Conan came to an end last night on TBS. The series has been on the air since 2010, with a total of 11 seasons comprised of over 1,500 episodes. But the comedian’s tenure in late night television goes back nearly 20 more years when he took his position at the desk of Late Night with Conan O’Brien on NBC in 1993. So the last episode of Conan isn’t just the end of his most recent show, but a farewell to his entire run as a late night host. It’s a big deal, and ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, David Letterman, Conan, Cbs, Tbs, Will-Ferrell, Jack Black, Video Clips, Conan O Brien, Homer Simpson, Springfield, Ferrell, Brien


‘Loki’ Featurette Shines a Light on the Mischievous Sylvie and Teases the Fate of The Sacred Timeline

After the identity of the time-hopping Variant criminal on Loki was revealed in the show’s second episode, this week allowed us to spend more time with the female version of the God of Mischief. Well, at least it seems like she could be Lady Loki, but the character played by Sophia Di Martino prefers to be called Sylvie, which could make her a different character altogether. A new Loki featurette shines a light on the new character’s mischievous ways, and it also hints at what’s to come in the ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Sequels, Marvel Studios, Tom Hiddleston, Video Clips, Loki, TVA, Hiddleston, MCU, Minutemen, Sylvie, Tesseract, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar


Who is ‘The Green Knight’? Watch a Brief Oral History of the Arthurian Legend

A24 is finally bringing their fantasy epic The Green Knight to theaters later this summer. It’s been sitting on a shelf for awhile now due to the coronavirus pandemic, but thankfully, the studio decided to hold it back for us to experience on the biggest screen possible. However, some of you out there may be wondering, “Who is The Green Knight?” Before the movie, you can learn about the history of The Green Knight thanks to a new mini-oral history narrated by actor Ralph Ineson, who you may rem...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Fantasy, A24, Dev Patel, Video Clips, David Lowery, Don, Arthur, J R R Tolkien, Ralph Ineson, Green Knight, Gawain, The Green Knight, Gawain Dev Patel King Arthur


Paul Rudd Pulls That ‘Mac and Me’ Gag on Conan O’Brien One Final Time

Paul Rudd is one of the most beloved guests Conan O’Brien has ever had across his slate of talk shows. From Late Night with Conan O’Brien through Conan on TBS, the actor is always a hit with fans. But it’s not just because Paul Rudd is one of the most lovable and funniest guys around Hollywood. It’s because Paul Rudd always brings the best clips with him when he visits Conan. Actually, it’s always the same clip from the movie Mac and Me, and as Conan is coming to an end, Paul Rudd had to bring ...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Mac, Conan, Tbs, Lol, Bill-Hader, Rudd, Video Clips, Conan O Brien, Paul-Rudd, Conan-OBrien, Mac And Me, Paul Rudd Mac


‘Candyman’ Director Nia DaCosta Shares a Juneteeth Message in New Featurette

Remember Candyman? We’ve been excited about director Nia DaCosta‘s modern take on the 1990s horror classic for years, and after being delayed due to the pandemic, we’re finally only a couple of months away from being able to see it for ourselves. The film doesn’t come out until the end of August, but to celebrate Juneteenth, Universal released a new Candyman featurette in which DaCosta talks about what the newly federally recognized holiday means for the Black community and how some of those fe...
Tags: Movies, Horror, America, Joe Biden, United States, Universal, Remakes, Video Clips, NIA, Candyman, Jordan Peele, DaCosta, Featurette, Behind the Scenes Footage, Bernard Rose, Juneteenth


‘Rick and Morty’ Season 5 Opening Scene: Morty Saves the Day, Much to Rick’s Chagrin

Rick and Morty season 5 is premiering on Adult Swim this weekend. Ahead of the first episode’s arrival on Sunday, the cold open has been released online, and it finds Morty actually doing something right for once. When it seems like all hope is lost, and Rick and Morty might meet their maker after an adventure gone wrong, Morty saves their lives. Unfortunately, how he does it results in them meeting Rick’s nemesis. Yes, Rick has a nemesis, and as you can see in the Rick and Morty season 5 openi...
Tags: Comedy, Adult Swim, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Animation, Video Clips, Don, Jessica, Morty, Rick, Rick And Morty, TV Clips, Nimbus, Morty Day


Exclusive ‘Nobody’ Clip Shows How They Filmed That Brutal Bus Fight

Nobody, the movie that turned Bob Odenkirk into an action star, is now on digital and headed to Blu-ray next week. In honor of the home media release, we’re debuting an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip that shows off how the film’s brutal, bloody bus fight sequence was put together, first in a pre-visulation stage and then on set. Nobody Clip In Nobody, “Hutch is a nobody. As an overlooked and underestimated father and husband, he takes life’s indignities on the chin and never rocks the...
Tags: Bob-Odenkirk, Movies, Video Clips, Blu, Saul, Hutch, David Leitch, Ilya Naishuller, Nobody, Action/Adventure, Behind the Scenes Footage, Odenkirk, Hutch Mansell, Greg Rementer


Will Forte Reads an Absurd ‘MacGruber’ TV Series Speech About What Makes the World Worth Saving

If there’s one thing we’re looking forward to on Peacock, it’s the forthcoming MacGruber TV series, based on the (truly incredible) feature film comedy of the same name, which was in turn based on the Saturday Night Live sketch parody of MacGyver. We’ve yet to see any photos or footage from the show, but during an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers last week, star and executive producer Will Forte read an absurd and hilarious speech from the series about why his team’s latest mission is ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, America, United States, Seth Meyers, Mickey Rourke, Molson, Video Clips, Will-forte, Perry, Peacock, Forte, Sam Elliott, Laurence Fisburne, MacGruber


‘The Sparks Brothers’ Alamo Drafthouse PSA Will Tape Your Mouth Shut If You Talk in a Movie Theater

This week brings Edgar Wright‘s first-ever feature documentary to theaters. The Sparks Brothers is a chronicle of the ever-changing musical act known as Sparks. Lovingly referred to as your favorite band’s favorite band, the film takes a look at the surprisingly long legacy of the band that you may have never heard of until now. They’ve inspired at least one of your favorite bands, and you probably didn’t know it. And now they want to inspire you to keep your mouth shut in movie theaters in thi...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Edgar-Wright, Sparks, Video Clips, Ron, Focus Features, Alamo Drafthouse, Russell Mael, Sparks Brothers, The Sparks Brothers, Franz Ferdinand Todd Rundgren, Mike Myers Beck Fred Armisen Patton Oswalt, Yankovic Alex Kaprano, Sparks Lovingly, Alamo Drafthouse Sparks Drafthouse PSA


‘The Cuphead Show’ Clip: The Acclaimed Video Game Becomes a Netflix Series

Cuphead, the video game designed to resemble the golden age of American animation, has become a Netflix series called The Cuphead Show!, and the first clip just arrived. The clip introduces us to King Dice, as voiced by Wayne Brady. In the game, King Dice is the right-hand man of the Devil and the secondary antagonist of Cuphead, so be warned that he’s up to no good. The Cuphead Show Clip Behold, the first clip from The Cuphead Show, the new Netflix series based on the popular video gam...
Tags: Television, Movies, DICE, Netflix, Animation, Chad, Video Clips, Cab Calloway, Fleischer, Wayne Brady, Cuphead, CJ Kettler, Mugman, Dave Wasson, Jared Moldenhauer, Netflix Animation


‘Black Widow’ Featurette Shows Off How You Blow Up Stuff Real Good

For years, fans have been asking Marvel when they were going to make a standalone Black Widow movie. And for years, the Marvel response has been, “Eh, we’ll get around to it eventually.” Eventually is now, because Black Widow is headed to theaters and Disney+ in July (although it really feels like Marvel waited too long for this one, but I digress). Tickets for the film are now on sale, and with that news comes a new behind-the-scenes featurette that showcases all the big, loud, explosion-fille...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Black Widow, Scarlett-Johansson, Rachel Weisz, Marvel Studios, Fandango, Video Clips, Pugh, Natasha, Alexei, Melina, Comic Book/Superhero, Natasha Romanoff, Behind the Scenes Footage, David Harbour


Watch the Opening Scene of Netflix’s CG Anime Series ‘Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness’

Netflix has released the Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness opening scene ahead of the CG anime series’ debut in July. The roughly three-minute sequence plays out much like a video game cutscene, right down to the almost fully realistic graphics which look like they belong on a PlayStation rather than a TV show. Watch the Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness opening scene below. Resident Evil Infinite Darkness Opening Scene The scene in the opening clip is set six years before the events of f...
Tags: Movies, White House, Netflix, Shanghai, Anime, Jason, Video Game, Leon, Video Clips, Claire, Action/Adventure, Resident Evil, Claire Redfield, Leon S Kennedy, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, Penamstan


‘Black Widow’ Clip Finds Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh Under Fire, Tickets Are on Sale Now

It’s been a long road for Marvel’s Black Widow to arrive in theaters. Thankfully, the movie is getting the big screen showcase it deserves next month (as well as a debut on Disney+ Premier Access), and a new Black Widow clip has arrived to let everyone know that yes, the latest Marvel movie will be full of action. Also: tickets are on sale now for the film, which will undoubtedly be one of the summer’s biggest events. Black Widow Clip In this Black Widow clip, Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett...
Tags: Movies, United States, Sequels, Black Widow, Scarlett-Johansson, Florence, Marvel Studios, Fandango, Video Clips, Natasha, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, Florence Pugh, Cate Shortland, Yelena, Natasha Romanoff Scarlett Johansson


Every ‘The Sandman’ Easter Egg and Detail Revealed in Netflix’s First Look at the TV Series

This week, Netflix revealed a first look at its highly anticipated adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s The Sandman comics — kind of. Rather, we saw a behind-the-scenes preview given by none other than Gaiman himself, who toured the U.K.-based Shepperton Studios where the fantasy-horror series is being made. And in that behind-the-scenes video, Gaiman was introduced to all sorts of props and pieces of concept art as he explored the set. But were there any Easter eggs or details we could glean from the s...
Tags: Movies, Neil Gaiman, Features, Netflix, House, Tom Sturridge, Easter Eggs, Patton Oswalt, Evelyn Waugh, Griffin, Sandman, Dream, Matthew, Video Clips, Gregory, Cain


‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Behind-the-Scenes Video Passes the Proton Pack to a New Generation

Yesterday was Ghostbusters Day, and we were all expecting some hot Ghostbuster content to go along with that since Ghostbusters: Afterlife is headed to theaters this year. But, oddly enough, there really wasn’t much to talk about. Even odder still is the fact that today, not yesterday, we’ve got a brand new behind-the-scenes video about Ghostbusters: Afterlife. This would’ve been perfect for Ghostbusters Day, Sony Pictures! Just putting that out there! In any case, the featurette isn’t so much ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sequels, Sony, Jason-Reitman, Ghostbusters, Video Clips, Paul Rudd, Reitman, Ivan Reitman, Behind the Scenes Footage, Annie Potts, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Carrie Coon Finn Wolfhard Mckenna Grace


Exclusive ‘Occupation: Rainfall’ Clip: Even When He’s Not in ‘Star Wars,’ Temuera Morrison is Chatting With Aliens

Temuera Morrison can’t seem to get away from aliens. He’s either hunting them or they’re hunting him — or he’s chatting with them over the dinner table. While he plays a renowned alien bounty hunter in the Star Wars universe (and will be getting his own The Mandalorian spin-off with The Book of Boba Fett), Morrison gets to do all three of the above in the Occupation Rainfall clip that /Film is debuting. Watch it below. Occupation Rainfall Clip Written and directed by Luke Sparke, Occupa...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Steve, Video Clips, Morrison, David Roberts, Ken Jeong, Action/Adventure, Temuera Morrison, Daniel Gillies, Luke Sparke, Occupation: Rainfall, Sparke, Mark Coles Smith, Boba Fett Morrison


Apple TV+ Preview Teases ‘Ted Lasso’, ‘Foundation’, and More

After a bit of a rocky launch, Apple TV+ has settled into a groove and is starting to carve out its identity as a streaming service. As the streaming wars rage on, the folks at Apple know how important it is to keep people subscribed and draw new eyeballs into their ecosystem. To that end, they’ve released a new video teasing several big shows and movies that are coming out this summer and beyond. Catch a glimpse of Ted Lasso season 2, The Morning Show season 2, the adaptation of author Isaac A...
Tags: Apple, Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Julianne Moore, Stephen King, Sci-fi, Apple TV, Bill Murray, Rose Byrne, Bob, Jared Harris, Will Ferrell, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Invasion


Watch: Netflix’s ‘The Sandman’ Behind-the-Scenes Sneak Peek is “Like Walking Around Inside a Dream”

When Neil Gaiman conceived of the twisted, terrifying, expansive world of The Sandman more than 30 years ago, it was limited to the pages of a comic book — and to his own strange mind. But soon we’re going to get an idea of what it’s like to step into Gaiman’s dreams with Netflix’s The Sandman TV series, the long-awaited screen adaptation of Gaiman’s award-winning comics. But could real-life even begin to replicate the wild wonders of the the Sandman comics? According to Gaiman, who introduces ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Fantasy, Neil-Gaiman, Netflix, Sturridge, Tom Sturridge, Stephen, Sandman, Video Clips, Christie, Gaiman, Gwendoline Christie, Behind the Scenes Footage, David S Goyer Batman


‘WandaVision’ VFX Reel Reveals the Magic of Marvel’s Disney+ Series

We’re about to get a new Marvel series on Disney+ (that would be Loki), but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce about WandaVision. Remember WandaVision, kids? I’m sure you do – it was a big deal when it dropped onto Disney’s streaming service back in January (Was it really that long ago? Yikes). While WandaVision has come to a close (unless we get a second season; I’m using a lot of parentheticals in this story), why don’t we take a look back at all the hard – and often invisible – VFX work th...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Disney, Netflix, Marvel Studios, Video Clips, Zoey, Loki, Marz, Behind the Scenes Footage, WandaVision, Superman Lois, Magic of Marvel


First Footage From ‘Kate’ Features Mary Elizabeth Winstead as an Assassin in ‘Crank’ Mode

Want to see Mary Elizabeth Winstead get the drop on her enemies? The first Kate teaser is here to remind us that creative assassins who are seeking revenge don’t only attack from street level – sometimes they can come from above. Be sure to make a note of that next time you think about poisoning a ruthless assassin and expecting her to not try to kill you. Check out the first footage below. Kate Teaser This footage/motion poster was released as part of the first day of Netflix’s Geeked ...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Hobbs, Huntress, Woody Harrelson, Kate, Jason Statham, Bruce Willis, Video Clips, McCormick, John Wick, Scott Pilgrim, Brian Taylor, David Leitch, Kellan Lutz, Aleem


Watch (and Sing Along to) the First Eight Minutes of ‘In the Heights’

The summer heat has finally descended after a weird cold snap (at least in New York City), and it’s just in time for the release of In the Heights, which comes out this weekend. Warner Bros. has enthusiastically rolled out the red carpet for the musical movie event of the summer, releasing the first eight minutes of the movie. That contains the entirety of the opening number which is named, you guessed it, “In the Heights.” Watch (and sing and dance to) the In the Heights opening below. In ...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Broadway, Warner Bros, Musical, Warner Brothers, Dominican Republic, Video Clips, Heights, Jon M Chu, Quiara Alegria Hudes, Jimmy Smits, Anthony Ramos, In The Heights, HBO Max, Stephanie Beatriz Dascha Polanco


Pixar’s ‘Luca’ Clip: Life on Land is Dangerous for Kids Who Are Actually Fish People

It’s a little disappointing that we can’t look forward to a new movie from Pixar Animation on the big screen this summer. But at least Pixar’s latest movie Luca is coming to Disney+ for everyone to experience as no extra charge. If the full trailer for the upcoming aquatic, coming-of-age adventure in the Italian Riviera hasn’t yet convinced you to take a break from returning to the outdoors, maybe this new Luca clip released by Disney and Pixar will do the trick. Pixar’s Luca Clip In th...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Fantasy, Disney, Animation, Pixar, Mike Jones, Video Clips, Jacob Tremblay, Luca, Alberto, Italian Riviera, Pixar Animation, Disney/Pixar, Jesse Andrews, Enrico Casarosa