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Black Widow in Captain America Civil War

The first cut of Captain America: Civil War was two hours and forty-one minutes long. The final cut is 13 minutes shorter, so don’t expect to see too many deleted scenes on the Captain America: Civil War Blu-ray. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo cut a few minor sequences, but nothing major was tossed aside in the editing room.

Below, find out about two scenes cut — both in the writing process and in post-production — from Captain America: Civil War (minor spoilers ahead).

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Captain America Civil War 1995 Trailer

Today brings Captain America: Civil War to theaters everywhere, but a slew of people already caught early screenings last night to get the ball rolling on what will be a huge weekend at the box office for Marvel Studios. In many ways, it’s a miracle that this movie exists. Not only did some fans think seeing The Avengers on the big screen was impossible, but even after they were assemble, they never thought we’d get to see the Civil War storyline played out on film.

But what if Captain America: Civil War was released in 1995 instead? A new remix reimagines the movie by using old voiceover, footage from various political action thrillers and clips from Marvel’s real movie to create a trailer that you might have seen on home video back in the 90s.

Watch the Captain America Civil War 1995 trailer after the jump. Read More »

Captain America Civil War Credits Scene

DavidDevindra, and Jeff discuss whether the latest Marvel film lives up to its pedigree, and how well it handles the same themes from Batman v. Superman. In the After Dark, we discuss whether eating in theaters is bothersome and how yondr can improve the concert-going experience.

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Alden Ehrenreich Is Your New Han Solo

Alden Ehrenreich in Hail Caesar

May the 4th has come and gone, but Phil Lord and Chris Miller have a belated Star Wars Day gift for us. The directors have just cast Alden Ehrenreich as Han Solo in the upcoming Star Wars spinoff, due out in 2018. The 26-year-old Ehrenreich broke out in a big way this year with a standout turn in Hail, Caesar!, directed by the Coen brothers.  Read More »

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Want to know how to build working versions of Captain America‘s shield and Iron Man‘s gauntlets? Will Deadpool help people with erectile dysfunction? What do Anthony & Joe Russo have to say about the pressure they put on themselves to bring Black Panther to the MCU? How does the Kevin Smith directed episode of The Flash look? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

Fathers and Daughters trailer

There probably isn’t a person alive who has not been shaped, in some way, by some lingering childhood trauma or another. In Gabriele Muccino‘s Fathers and Daughters, those scars take center stage. Russell Crowe plays a writer and the doting father of an adorable daughter named Katie. But a painful incident tears the family apart, leaving little Katie to be raised by her aunt (played by Diane Kruger). Decades later, she’s grown into a young woman played by Amanda Seyfried, a social worker who deals with orphaned children while struggling with her own daddy issues.

Aaron Paul plays a nice young man who woos the grown-up Katie, and Quvenzhané Walls appears as particularly troubled charge of Katie’s. Octavia Spencer and Jane Fonda are also among the supporting cast. Watch the Fathers and Daughters trailer after the jump.  Read More »

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Seth MacFarlane Live-Action Series

Seth MacFarlane has made quite a name for himself by being the go-to creator of new animated series on the FOX network. He started off with Family Guy, a show that was canceled and then revived along with MacFarlane’s career. Since then he’s created American Dad, The Cleveland Show and Bordertown. Now he’s heading into live-action television territory at his comfy network home with a new hour-long comedic drama series that will be set 300 years in the future.

Find out more details on the Seth MacFarlane live-action show after the jump. Read More »

The Nice Guys final trailer

Forget all of those super-serious superhero-on-superhero showdowns. Sometimes, the brightest sparks fly when two not-so-heroic foes are forced to join forces. And no one does that particular genre of story like Shane Black, as we’ve seen in films like Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and Lethal Weapon. His latest, The Nice Guys, pairs a hapless detective (Ryan Gosling) with the gruff enforcer (Russell Crowe) who broke his arm, as the two get caught up in an ever-more-tangled web of intrigue involving a missing girl, a dead porn star, and Matt Bomer in a really unflattering haircut.

All of the marketing so far has suggested that Black is up to his usual tricks — colorful characters, ridiculous action, crackling dialogue — with typically spectacular results. And the first reactions from early screenings are backing that up. Get a taste of the Nice Guys buzz and watch the Nice Guys final trailer after the jump.
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Dear White People

Justin Simien made a big splash with his feature directing debut Dear White People, and now he’ll continue making waves over at Netflix. The streaming service has ordered a Dear White People TV series, which like the movie will center on students of color attending a mostly white Ivy League school. As of now, there’s no word on whether any of the original cast members (which included Tessa Thompson, Teyonah Parris, and Tyler James Williams) will return.  Read More »