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Week of June 22 New Releases | 4K, Blu-ray, Digital and DVD

Welcome to’s week of June 22 new releases column! We’ve highlighted this week’s Blu-ray, Digital HD, and DVD releases below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon or other retailers!  Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Batman: The Long Halloween Part One An adaptation of the classic comic of the same name, the film features Batman (voiced by Jensen Ackles) finding himself at a loss in capturing the mysterious Holiday, a killer that strikes on holidays. The cast is rounde...
Tags: Anime, Movies, TV, Movie News, New Releases, TV News

“It’s the Joy of Play”: A Career-Spanning Conversation With Willem Dafoe [Interview]

Willem Dafoe wants to see my face. During a Zoom call, the video is not working at the start of the interview. Finally, once Dafoe and I connect face-to-face, he explains, “It’s important.” And it is important. Seeing how someone reacts, what lights them up, or what disinterests them, matters during an interview. When you’re interviewing Dafoe, you’re talking to a real conversationalist, somebody who feels completely present. You want to see that, not just hear it. The interview is for the acto...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Interviews, Features, Wes-Anderson, Siberia, Jesus, Van Gogh, Jesus Christ, Don, Clint, Abel, Tommaso, Paul-Schrader, Grand Budapest, Jesus Christ He

Willem Dafoe to Narrate ‘River’ Documentary From ‘Sherpa’ Helmer Jennifer Peedom (EXCLUSIVE)

Willem Dafoe is set to narrate the documentary “River” from “Sherpa” director Jennifer Peedom. Produced by Stranger Than Fiction and Arrow Pictures, “River” is an exploration of the timeless relationship between humanity and rivers. Billed as an orchestral concert film, the doc is an ode to the natural word and a retelling of the history […]
Tags: News, Global, Cannes film festival, Dogwoof, Sherpa, Willem Dafoe, Jennifer Peedom, Helmer Jennifer Peedom, Arrow Pictures River

Western ‘Dead for a Dollar’ Will Team Director Walter Hill With Willem Dafoe and Christoph Waltz

Walter Hill, the legendary filmmaker behind 48 Hrs., Streets of Fire, The Warriors, and so much more, is getting back behind the camera for the Western Dead for a Dollar. It’s Hill’s first feature since 2016’s questionable The Assignment, and will have the director working with Christoph Waltz and Willem Dafoe in a tale of a bounty hunter operating out of the New Mexico Territory in 1897. Deadline has the scoop that Walter Hill is gearing up to direct Dead for a Dollar, his first feature fil...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Mexico, Western, Christoph Waltz, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Cannes, Max, Hill, Rachel, Elijah, Matt Harris, Willem-Dafoe, Walter Hill, Myriad Pictures

Sony & Marvel Collaborate on Spider-Man so It’s a ‘Win-Win for Everybody’

With Sony’s Spider-Man: No Way Home set to release later this year, Disney and Sony will once again come together to bring the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man to the big screen. In a talk with The Hollywood Reporter, Walt Disney Studios marketing president Asad Ayaz spoke about the collaboration between both studios and how it helps everyone.   RELATED: Emma Stone Denies Appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home When asked about how in touch Ayaz is with Sony’s team behind the film, he mentioned ...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marvel, Spider-Man, Disney, Sony, Emma Stone, Holland, Jamie Foxx, Cumberbatch, Staten Island, Thompson, Wilson, Peter, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Eugene

5 Musicals to Watch After ‘In the Heights’

Director Jon M. Chu‘s vibrant, joyful film adaptation of the musical In the Heights hit theaters and HBO Max one week ago. If you’ve seen that movie but want to continue to immerse yourselves in the singing, dancing, and wonderfully choreographed world of musicals, here is a list of five musicals to watch after In the Heights. West Side Story West Side Story is one of those films like Citizen Kane or Casablanca: movies you’ve heard about so often that they might initially seem too imposin...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, New York City, Features, Netflix, Marlon Brando, Musical, Catherine Deneuve, Kelly, The Warriors, Juliet, Cherbourg, West Side Story, John Carney, Sing Street

Low-Budget Games Steal Spotlight After Covid Delays Big Names

The annual video game convention E3 is normally full of teasers for splashy, graphic-rich games from big-name studios and surprise announcements about new titles. But this year's online-only event was much quieter, with many hot releases delayed as a result of the pandemic. That gave games from independent studios a chance to steal the show. From a report: Some of the most impressive reveals this year were small-scale, indie games that may not have the wow factor of something like Ubisoft Entert...
Tags: Microsoft, Los Angeles, Tech, Nintendo, Zelda, Activision Blizzard, Daisy Ridley, Devolver Digital, Electronic Arts, Annapurna Pictures, Willem Dafoe, Annapurna Interactive, Andrew Shouldice, Ubisoft Entertainment SA

J.K. Simmons Reflects on Reprising J. Jonah Jameson Role in the MCU

J.K. Simmons has portrayed some incredible characters throughout his career, but one of his most iconic roles came in Sami Raimi’s Spider-Man franchise, where he played J. Jonah Jameson. Simmons’ role was so popular that he even got the chance to reprise the role of Jameson in the recent Spider-Man: Far From Home.   RELATED: Emma Stone Denies Appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home Speaking to Den of Geek about playing Jameson again, Simmons spoke about just how fun the role was, and how importa...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Spider-Man, Action, Sam, Comic Book, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Simmons, Jameson, Sam Raimi, J. k. simmons, Den of Geek, MCU, Willem Dafoe, ComingSoon, Jonah Jameson

Week of June 15 New Releases | 4K, Blu-ray, Digital and DVD

Welcome to’s week of June 15 new releases column! We’ve highlighted this week’s Blu-ray, Digital HD, and DVD releases below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon or other retailers!  Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Anything for Jackson After a tragic car accident that took their grandson’s life, Audrey and Henry are unable to go on without him. Following the guidance of their ancient spell book, the elderly couple decide to abduct a young pregnant woman with the inte...
Tags: Amazon, TV, New York, Movies, Digital, Paris, Clint Eastwood, Ethan Hawke, Showtime, TV News, Jesus, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kelsey Grammer, Bryan Cranston, Bell, Tonga

James Wan Unveils Official Title For Aquaman Sequel

As Warner Bros. Pictures continues to prepare for the impending production start of the Aquaman sequel in July, director James Wan took to Instagram to reveal the official title for his highly-anticipated newest Jason Momoa-led DC film. He confirmed that the DC sequel will officially be titled as Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom, which is currently slated to arrive in theaters on December 16, 2022, after four years since the first film debuted in 2018. Its current release date will see the film goi...
Tags: Movies, Instagram, Justice, Atlanta, Action, Nicole Kidman, Batman, Dc, Warner Bros, James Cameron, Aquaman, Jason Momoa, Comic Book, Warner Bros. Pictures, Willem Dafoe, ComingSoon

Exclusive Siberia Clip From Upcoming Willem Dafoe Psychological Thriller

ComingSoon is excited to debut an exclusive Siberia clip. The psychological thriller is directed by Abel Ferrara (Bad Lieutenant) and stars four-time Academy Award nominee Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man) as a bartender. The film, which is the sixth collaboration between Ferrara and Dafoe, is out  in select theaters and everywhere you rent movies on June 18. Check out the official synopsis for Siberia below: Clint tends bar at a snowbound roadhouse whose patrons speak a language he doesn’t understand...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Horror, Wes Anderson, Guillermo Del Toro, Siberia, Ferrara, Clint, Abel Ferrara, Willem Dafoe, ComingSoon, Movie News, Robert Eggers, Dafoe, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Willem Dafoe Spider Man

Issa Rae to Voice Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman in Into the Spider-Verse Sequel

(Photo by Lee Vuitton/AM PR Group via Getty Images) The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Emmy nominee Issa Rae (Insecure) will voice Jessica Drew, aka Spider-Woman, in Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel. The script is co-written by Lord, Miller, and David Callaham (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings) and has a release date of October 7, 2022. RELATED: Willem Dafoe Is Reportedly Spider-Man: No Way Home’s Main Villain Rae will join Shameik Moore and Ha...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Marvel, Action, Sony, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Emmy, Sony Pictures, Hailee Steinfeld, Comic Book, Miller, Rae, Miles Morales, Issa Rae, Willem Dafoe

Watch Willem Dafoe Dance It Out In New Siberia Clip

Abel Ferrara’s latest starring Willem Dafoe definitely features a mind-control dance situation and I'm here for it.
Tags: Religion, Abel Ferrara, Willem Dafoe, New Siberia

Emma Stone Denies Appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Earlier this month, Golden Globe nominee Andrew Garfield was the latest Spider-Man vet to debunk his much-speculated appearance in Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios’ upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home. Now, in a recent interview with MTV News, Oscar-winning actress Emma Stone has finally addressed the circulating rumors about her potential appearance in the Tom Holland-led Marvel Cinematic Universe feature. Just like her The Amazing Spider-Man co-star, Stone quickly denied the ...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Spider-Man, Action, Sony, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Andrew Garfield, Staten Island, Tobey Maguire, Marvel Studios, Comic Book, Wilson, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Golden Globe, Stone

Who is the Main Villain in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’?

The reported cast of Spider-Man: No Way Home has fans anxious to see what Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have in store for the webslinger and the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Previous Spider-Man franchise villains like Electro (Jamie Foxx) and Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) are said to be returning for the movie. But who will be the primary antagonist of Spider-Man: No Way Home? We may have an answer, but it could be a big spoiler, so you’ve been warned. During an episode of The Sneider ...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Sequels, Sony, Jamie Foxx, Sony Pictures, Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire, Marvel Studios, Sandman, Sam Raimi, Tony Stark, Tom Holland, Peter Parker, Alfred Molina, MCU

Willem Dafoe Is Reportedly Spider-Man: No Way Home’s Main Villain

The plot and cast of Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home has been the subject of many rumors and theories over the past few months. According to Collider’s Jeff Sneider, as well as some other insiders, the villain for the upcoming film is going to be massive.   RELATED: Spider-Man: No Way Home Will Reveal Sony’s Plan to Connect With MCU Speaking during the latest episode of his Sneider Cut podcast, Sneider reported that he’s heard that Willem Dafoe will be reprising his role as Norman Osbo...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Youtube, Marvel, Spider-Man, Sony, Holland, Jamie Foxx, Cumberbatch, Staten Island, Thompson, Comic Book, Wilson, Peter, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Eugene

Mark Ruffalo Will Star in Yorgos Lanthimos Movie ‘Poor Things’ Alongside Emma Stone and Willem Dafoe

Poor Things, the latest from The Favourite director Yorgos Lanthimos, has added Mark Ruffalo to its cast. Ruffalo joins Emma Stone and Willem Dafoe in the movie, which is based on the novel by Alasdair Gray and described as a re-imagining of Frankenstein. In Poor Things, the Frankenstein Monster-inspired character has been replaced with “Bella Baxter – a beautiful young erotomaniac brought back to life with the brain of an infant.” Collider has the scoop that Mark Ruffalo is joining the Poor...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Casting, Scotland, Adaptation, Emma-Stone, Glasgow, Victoria, Ed Guiney, Fox Searchlight, Mark-Ruffalo, Alexandria, Odessa, Bella, Stone, Ruffalo

Mark Ruffalo Joins Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘Poor Things’ With Emma Stone, Willem Dafoe

Mark Ruffalo will star opposite Emma Stone in Yorgos Lanthimos’ upcoming adaptation of “Poor Things.” Ruffalo, an Emmy winner and three-time Oscar nominee, joins Oscar winner Stone and four-time nominee Willem Dafoe in the film adaptation of Alasdair Grey’s novel Lanthimos will direct and produce the film for Searchlight Pictures, Film 4 and Element Pictures. […]
Tags: News, Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo, Stone, Ruffalo, Yorgos Lanthimos, Willem Dafoe, Lanthimos, Alasdair Grey, Emma Stone Willem Dafoe

The Best Movies & TV Shows Coming to Netflix in June 2021

June is almost here, which brings a whole new set of movies and TV shows to Netflix! Below, we’ve picked out a few highlights before providing you the complete list of what’s new on Netflix in June 2021. It’s what we do here at Slash Film Dot Com. Killing Them Softly Andrew Dominik‘s bleak, cynical crime story Killing Them Softly has aged considerably well, particularly in how it portrays America as a hellish wasteland where everyone is out for themselves. Brad Pitt is an ultra-cool hitma...
Tags: Japan, New York, Movies, India, Stephen King, America, Earth, Colombia, Netflix, Canada, Brooklyn, Queens, Korea, Hugh Jackman, Liam Neeson, James Gandolfini

Mark Ruffalo Joins Yorgos Lanthimos’ Frankenstein Pic Poor Things

According to Collider, Marvel Cinematic Universe  star Mark Ruffalo has signed on to star opposite Oscar winner Emma Stone in director Yorgos Lanthimos’ upcoming film adaptation of Alasdair Gray’s Poor Things , a reimagination of the Frankenstein story. It also previously revealed that Oscar-nominee Willem Dafoe and Golden Globe winner Ramy Youssef were in talks to join the project. It’s unclear if Dafoe and Youssef are still attached to appear or not. Ruffalo’s casting comes after he...
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Oscar Isaac-Led Thriller The Card Counter Sets Release Date

BEGIN SLIDESHOW (Photo: Focus Features) Focus Features has officially announced the release date for Paul Schrader’s upcoming revenge thriller feature The Card Counter, starring Oscar Isaac and Tye Sheridan. The film is scheduled to arrive in theaters on September 10, 2021, which pits the film directly against James Wan’s newest horror film Malignant. The Card Counter‘s filming last year encountered a few setbacks and was one of the many major film productions that was temporarily shut do...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Star, Las Vegas, Oscar Isaac, Martin Scorsese, Golden Globe, Focus Features, Lauren Mann, Paul Schrader, Tye Sheridan, Willem Dafoe, ComingSoon, Movie News, James Wan, Schrader

‘Twelve Minutes’: Annapurna’s Interactive Time Loop Thriller is Not Your Typical Video Game [Interview]

For Luis Antonio, the creator of Annapurna Interactive’s intriguing new thriller Twelve Minutes, the idea for a game with a built-in time loop narrative began with a basic question. “Most games already have an aspect of repetition: you keep dying and repeating a level. But what if the character was actually aware of this? What would be the repercussions?” Twelve Minutes is a top down point-and-click experience about a man (voiced by James McAvoy) who comes home to have a romantic evening with h...
Tags: Movies, Video Games, Interviews, Features, James-McAvoy, Daisy Ridley, Antonio, Willem-Dafoe, Featured Stories Sidebar, Luis Antonio, Twelve Minutes

This map is alive with the beauty of lighthouse signals

Many of the world's 23,000 lighthouses feature a distinct combination of color, frequency, and range.These unique light signatures help ships verify their positions and safeguard maritime traffic.But they also translate into this map, visualizing the ingenuity and courage of lighthouse builders and keepers. Land and sea are both shaded dark, so it's a bit hard at first to make out that this collection of merrily blinking lights is actually a map. Once the coastal contours pop, though, all beco...
Tags: Europe, Maps, Sweden, Congress, Scotland, Saudi Arabia, Infrastructure, United States, Ireland, Engineering, Robert Pattinson, Innovation, Finland, Hercules, Norway, Open-source

Interview: Director Stefano Sollima Talks Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse

BEGIN SLIDESHOW had the chance to speak with Stefano Sollima, director of Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse, which streams this Friday on Amazon Prime. RELATED: Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse Review: Michael B. Jordan Wows Without Remorse centers on Sr. Chief John Kelly pursuing a squad of Russian soldiers who assassinated his family in retaliation for his role in a top-secret operation and joins forces with a fellow SEAL and shadowy CIA agent, though his personal mission leads to h...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Interview, Russia, Ben Affleck, Features, Thriller, Cia, Harrison Ford, Kremlin, Liev Schreiber, Michael B. Jordan, Michael, John Kelly, Tom Clancy, Kelly

Exclusive: Without Remorse Cast Discuss Latest Tom Clancy Adaptation

BEGIN SLIDESHOW had the chance to speak with the cast of Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse (read our review), which streams this Friday on Amazon Prime. Our own Jeff Ames got the chance to talk to Jamie Bell (King Kong), Lauren London (Always and Forever) and Jodie Turner-Smith (Queen & Slim) about their roles in the film.  Without Remorse is the explosive origin story of Clancy’s iconic action hero John Clark. The film is directed by Stefano Sollima from a script by Taylor Sherid...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Russia, Ben Affleck, Thriller, Cia, Harrison Ford, Kremlin, Liev Schreiber, John Kelly, Tom Clancy, Michael B Jordan, Kelly, Clancy, John Clark, Willem Dafoe

Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse Review: Michael B. Jordan Wows

BEGIN SLIDESHOW RATING 7/10 CAST Michael B. Jordan … John Kelly Jodie Turner-Smith … Karen Greer Jamie Bell … Robert Ritter Guy Pearce … Secretary Clay Lauren London … Pam Kelly Jacob Scipio … Hatchet Todd Lasance … Dallas Jack Kesy … Thunder Lucy Russell … CIA Director Dillard Written by Taylor Sheridan and Will Staples. Based on the novel by Tom Clancy. Directed by Stefano Sollima WITHOUT REMORSE REVIEW Tom Clancy fans rejoice! After nearly three decades, at long last, a worthy succe...
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