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Stranger Things Season 3 details

What will those darn kids of Hawkins, Indiana face in Stranger Things season 3? According to producer Shawn Levy, the answer is “forces of evil that are new.” Does this mean the show will be moving away from the Upside Down and charting new territory? I sure hope so, or else this idea is going to start getting old. Below, Levy reveals new Stranger Things season 3 details that hint at the show heading in a new direction.

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Mute footage
The first footage from Duncan Jones‘ long-awaited Netflix movie Mute has been revealed. Don’t get too excited: there’s no dialogue, and the footage is part of a longer promo video for what’s coming to Netflix in February. Still, those of you who have been dying to see what this film looks like can take a gander as you await the inevitable trailer release.

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Search review

When 16-year-old high school student Margot Kim (Michelle La) goes missing, her father (John Cho) mounts a desperate attempt to find her in Search, a fast-paced, nail-biting mystery that plays out entirely on computer screens. While the 2015 horror movie Unfriended unfolded on one screen, Search expands the gimmick to multiple computers and cell phones, creating an immersive experience that’s instantly engaging. This stylistic choice is executed to absolute perfection by first-time filmmaker Aneesh Chaganty, who uses it to draw a clever juxtaposition of our online lives and our daily reality while telling a dynamic story that grabs you from the first minute and doesn’t let go until its frantic conclusion. This movie rules. Read More »

Reed Morano Star Wars

You can stop grilling Reed Morano about Expanded Universe trivia: she’s not directing Star Wars.

After The Handmaid’s Tale director emerged from a two-and-a-half hour meeting with Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennnedy earlier this week, the Star Wars community was abuzz with speculation over whether Morano would be the first female director to helm a Star Wars franchise film. But sadly, it seems like that is not meant to be.

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The Biggest Oscar Snubs and Surprises

biggest Oscar Snubs 2018

The Academy Awards can be a source of great joy and great misery for movie fans. On one hand, it’s fun to watch your favorite movies get celebrated by the industry that spawned them, to see incredible artists awarded with golden statuettes. On the other, it’s an opportunity to moan and groan because the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences just doesn’t get it and failed to nominated the truly deserving movies and/or performers. It’s a struggle!

The 2018 Academy Award nominations are no different. While many of the categories went exactly as predicted, there were plenty of twists and turns. People who weren’t in the conversation are suddenly present. Movies that felt like sure things have been left out in the cold. These are the biggest Oscar snubs and surprises of 2018.

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‘The Mighty Ducks’ TV Series in Development

the mighty ducks tv series

For many ’90s kids, The Mighty Ducks were in a league of their own. Disney’s inspirational youth hockey movie about how you too could be cool like Emilio Estevez is reportedly getting a modern makeover as a TV series — though probably without Emilio Estevez.

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john cena

Remember Duke Nukem? The video game in which a muscle-bound bro fights aliens with a rotating arsenal of weapons, occasionally stopping to quote They Live and Army of Darkness? Well, now that Hollywood has officially run out of ideas, they’ve decided to turn it into a movie, and they want wrestler and baggy suit enthusiast John Cena to play the part. Groovy.

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Clue Remake

It was Ryan Reynolds, in the observatory, with the candlestick. That’s just one of several possible endings you might see in the new Clue remake.

The Deadpool star has signed a big three-year first look deal with 20th Century Fox, and the first film he’s set his sights on is a new take on Clue, the classic murder mystery board game that was previously adapted into a comedy in 1985.

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Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind Review

It’s been over three years since we lost Oscar-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams. Seeing clips from his work, whether it’s from his outlandish comedic roles, his surprisingly touching dramatic turns, or his raucously hilarious and frenetic stand-up comedy and improv acts, is bittersweet since his passing. But a new documentary called Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind assembles endless glimpses into Robin Williams’ past, and you can’t help but laugh all over again and fondly smile throughout this loving feature. Read More »

Wonder Woman 2 anti sexual harassment

Wonder Woman has been an inspiring figure to women for decades, and she continues to inspire now that she’s made the leap to the big screen. Wonder Woman 2 has become the first film to implement the new anti-sexual harassment guidelines released by the Producer’s Guild of America.

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