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Coco Storyboards

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, Bill Hader goes out of his way to give one of the worst auditions. Plus, see how Pixar Animation’s Oscar-winning movie Coco developed from storyboards to final animation, and see how John Carpenter‘s adaptation of The Thing compares to the novella that inspired it. Read More »

Avengers: Infinity War - Hawkeye Poster

How often are we going to see Matt Ryan as Constantine in the fourth season of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow? When is Doctor Strange 2 going to get off the ground? Which comic book movie is now the most tweeted about movie of all time? Did you hear the original Deadpool is finally premiering in China? Are you ready for a sweded version of the Avengers: Infinity War trailer? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

On the March 21, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by Managing Editor Jacob Hall, senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the first reviews for Pacific Rim Uprising. And in The Mailbag, we answer a question about which movies and tv shows a film/tv journalist should be required to see.

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movies coming to Netflix in April 2018

Spring has sprung (sort of), and with it comes a whole new set of movies and TV shows on Netflix. In April, Netflix will feature a modern animated classic, the film that truly launched David Fincher’s movie career, genetically altered killer sharks, vampire teens, and much more.  Check out the best new TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in April 2018.

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backdraft 2

Sequel mania is coming even to modestly received 1991 blockbusters whose biggest claim to fame is getting a sweaty, soot-covered Kurt Russell to don a firefighter suit.

That’s right, the Backdraft sequel you’ve been eagerly waiting for is on its way. Backdraft 2 is now officially in the works at Universal with a director attached and co-star William Baldwin set to return.

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4DX with ScreenX

4DX movie theaters haven’t quite taken off in the United States yet, but that’s not stopping 4D company CJ 4DPLEX from plowing ahead with a new innovation. That innovation: 4DX with ScreenX, which turns movie watching into something akin to a wonderful dream or a terrifying nightmare. Take your pick!

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henry cavill mustache

R.I.P. the cause of the greatest and strangest digital effect of our time: Henry Cavill‘s mustache. You were gone too soon.

Yes, the cause of the weird Superman upper lip is now gone. Shaved off. Cruelly excised. And by none other than Cavill himself. The actor has officially shaved off his beautiful, rugged mustache and now, we have no hope of seeing Superman with glorious facial hair. Oh well, at least we’ll have Cap. Read More »

Terminal trailer

Please sit back and let the alluring neon-lit visuals of this Terminal trailer wash over you. Margot Robbie stars in Vaughn Stein‘s thriller about two assassins in an anonymous city. This is a teaser trailer, so there’s not a whole lot of detail, but one thing is for sure: Terminal looks stylish as hell.

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Smash Revival

In the next couple years, Steven Spielberg is hoping to get a remake of the classic musical West Wide Story off the ground. But let’s not forget that the filmmaker already dabbled in the Broadway world as an executive producer on the musical drama series Smash, a series that far too many people slept on, resulting in the show only getting only two seasons. Thankfully, it looks like Smash might have a new lease on life, albeit in a different medium.

NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt recently discussed the short-lived musical series, and he talked about how he keeps hearing how much people love Smash, even more than he did when the series was still airing between 2012 and 2013. In fact, it might be the impetus for a Smash revival, not on TV, but on stage. Read More »

movies leaving Netflix in April 2018

As April arrives, several great movie and TV titles will flee Netflix. So here’s your last chance to catch them on the streaming service (until they return). In April, say goodbye to one of Ron Howard’s best movies, one of Christopher Nolan’s best movies, one of the best Batman movies, and more! These are the TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in March 2018. Read More »