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Show Dogs Sexual Abuse Controversy

Well, this is certainly a first. Global Road Entertainment will be making changes to the theatrical cut of their family friendly comedy Show Dogs after the National Center on Sexual Exploitation accused the movie of inadvertently “grooming” kids for sexual abuse. Yes, we’re still talking about the movie featuring talking dogs infiltrating a dog show to save a kidnapped baby panda.

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Boss Logic - On the Shoulders of Titans

Did you hear the Catwoman rumor about Birds of Prey that has been debunked? What are some of the deleted scenes and extended credits scenes cut from Deadpool 2? Which part of Justice League apparently wasn’t in Zack Snyder‘s original vision? Did you know a certain cameo in Deadpool 2 has alternate raunchier versions? Did you know the body count in Avengers: Infinity War was once lower? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

On the May 24, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson to talk about the latest film and tv news, including Sinemia, George RR Martin, Michael Bay’s Netflix movie and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. We’ll also try to answer a question in the Mail Bag about who is responsible for the creation of a film, and we’ll run the audio from my interview with Solo: A Star Wars Story director Ron Howard.

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a simple favor trailer

Paul Feig is making the pivot from broad comedies to steamy thrillers with A Simple Favor, the latest Gone Girl-lite mystery adaptation making its way from the bookshelf to the big screen. Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively star in the latest trailer, which teases us with the strange relationship between Kendrick’s mommy blogger and Lively’s mysterious glamazon.

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The Break with Michelle Wolf Trailer

Comedian Michelle Wolf made waves and headlines after her bits from the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner rubbed some of the thin-skinned politicians in attendance the wrong way. But before all that went down, she was already getting her own Netflix show, and a new sneak peek has just debuted online.

The Break with Michelle Wolf is a new comedy series that will blend stand-up and sketch comedy that “will take a break from the seriousness of today’s late night comedy.” This new extended look at the series comes in the form of a parody trailer for Strong Female Lead: The Movie, which feels like it’s taking aim at Molly’s Game and some other movies with built around the cliche of the no-nonsense, tough-talking women. Read More »

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boba fett

Big Star Wars news has been unleashed upon this world, so we have gathered in our bunker for an Emergency Episode of /Film Daily. /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and Germain Lussier from io9 to talk about the big story of the hour: James Mangold is writing and directing a Boba Fett spin-off movie.

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Netflix's most expensive movie

After spending $90 million on David Ayer’s gritty fantasy film Bright, Netflix is upping the ante with Six Underground. Earlier this week, we wrote about how director Michael Bay and star Ryan Reynolds were teaming up with the streaming service for a new action thriller, and now a report says the film’s budget will make it Netflix’s most expensive movie yet.
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Boba Fett movie

Boba Fett is getting his own Star Wars Anthology film, and Disney and Lucasfilm have tapped Logan director James Mangold to write and direct. A Obi-Wan Kenobi movie is also in development, but you knew that already. More on the Boba Fett movie below.  Read More »

Game of Thrones series finale

The break between Game of Thrones seasons can sometimes feel like the Long Night: a particularly harsh and dark winter that gripped George R.R. Martin’s fictional land of Westeros and lasted an entire generation. Thankfully, we don’t have that much longer to wait until we see how HBO’s mega-successful fantasy series ends – the show is coming back in 2019. But when it does finally arrive, it sounds like it’s going to be devastating.

Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen on the show, has already shot her character’s last moments of the series, and in a new interview, she hints that audiences may not react very well to Dany’s final appearance.
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krypton season 2 teaser

With Syfy’s Krypton renewed for a second season after a rocky but promising debut, the network is already on top of promoting the sophomore outing. The first Krypton season 2 teaser has been released, offering no new footage, but giving a tantalizing picture of what the second season of the Superman prequel will explore.

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