I am the pretty thing that lives in the house trailer

If you’re looking for a new horror movie in theaters this Friday, the final Friday before Halloween, you may be out of luck. While last weekend brought us (the surprisingly well-received!) Ouija: Origin of Evil, this weekend isn’t offering much to moviegoers looking for a scare. Unless you consider a third Robert Langdon thriller to as terrifying as I do.

But Netflix has got you covered with their latest release, I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House, a haunted house movie from rising genre star Oz Perkins. The trailer for the film, which will begin streaming later this week, has arrived.

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Lego Batman Movie image

Lego Batman may suffer from a severe shortage of parents, as he’s always so eager to remind us, but he’s got plenty of other stuff in spades. Like sweet, sweet rides. A new The Lego Batman Movie image shows off his vast array of Batmobiles, Bat-boats, Bat-aircrafts, and what have you. Check it out below.  Read More »

Gilmore Girls A Year In The Life Trailer

For some, the return of Gilmore Girls is bigger than Batman v Superman or Captain America vs. Iron Man. For everyone else, you might be interested to know that the first trailer for the Netflix revival of the show, Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life, features a little joke about the former of those big screen superhero battles, albeit at the expense of Ben Affleck.

Watch the Gilmore Girls A Year In The Life trailer after the jump. Read More »

Knight Rider

Justin Lin, the king of car-based franchises, is adding yet another one to his to-do list. Lin is teaming with NBCUniversal and Machinima for a digital series reboot of Knight Rider, the 1980s NBC series that starred David Hasselhoff as a human crime-fighter whose partner is a sentient car named KITT. Read More »


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Will Ferrell as Harry Caray on Jimmy Kimmel

Even though Back to the Future Part II predicted 2015 as the year the Chicago Cubs would win the World Series, the team didn’t make it to the Major League Baseball championship game until this year. Over the weekend, the Chicago Cubs won the pennant, and they’re headed to the World Series to face the Cleveland Indians in a Midwest baseball battle for the ages. Fans around the country are excited, and even those who don’t care much about baseball are happy for the team to get a crack at the championship for the first time since 1945.

Sadly, one fan who isn’t around to see this miracle finally come to fruition is Harry Caray, the iconic sports broadcaster who spent the final 16 years of his career covering Chicago Cubs games. He passed away in 1998, but he famously predicted that “as sure as God made green apples, some day the Chicago Cubs are going to be in the World Series.” Well, here we are, and even though Harry Caray is no longer with us, that didn’t stop him from celebrating.

You may remember that Will Ferrell played Harry Caray several times on Saturday Night Live, appearing on Weekend Update and even hosting his own show about space. Well, Ferrell made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night to celebrate the historic achievement by the Chicago Cubs, and it’s just as hilarious as you’d expect. Read More »

Rogue One Score

We’ve already had two movies with a score provided by Michael Giacchino this year, Disney’s animated hit Zootopia and the sequel Star Trek Beyond. But there are still two more movies with his musical talents involved on the way. One will arrive in about a week and a half with Doctor Strange, and we’ve already heard one track from the trippy soundtrack. But easily the most anticipated work from the composer will be for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

The Oscar-winning composer recently had a quick interview to discuss his work on the Rogue One score, a job that he describes as “a little stressful” but “a lot of fun” as the December release date gets closer. Find out what else he had to say about the gig after the jump. Read More »

Doctor Strange sequel

Doctor Strange comes out in less than two weeks now, but the early buzz is already remarkably high for director Scott Derrickson‘s Marvel movie. Critics are embracing the origin story, which shares a few things in common with the likes of Batman BeginsCaptain America: The First Avenger, and Iron Man. Doctor Strange is an exceptional origin story where the setup is as entertaining as the setpieces, but with Stephen Strange’s origin story now told, what’s next for the character?

Below, read what Scott Derrickson said about a Doctor Strange sequel.

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westworld bits

In today’s edition of Westworld Bits:

  • Actor Jimmi Simpson discusses William’s backstory.
  • Is The Man in Black a terrible gamer?
  • Director Vincenzo Natali (Splice) talks about making the most recent episode of Westworld.
  • Westworld Tech cake.
  • And more.

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The Get Down

The Get Down is a lavish production and looks like one, but even fans of Baz Luhrmann‘s opulent style may be surprised to learn just how expensive it is. A new report claims the 1970s hip-hop drama costs something like $16 million per episode, meaning the entire 12-episode first season will come out to a total of around $190 million. Making matters worse, viewership estimates indicate The Get Down may be a rare flop for the streaming service.  Read More »

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billy man in black westworld theory

After the second episode of Westworld aired, a fan theory popped up that was potentially mindblowing. The subsequent episodes have completely disproved the theory (unless they haven’t, see here and here). And now showrunner Jonathan Nolan and actor Jimmi Simpson are finally commenting on the most popular Westworld theory. Hit the jump to learn what they said.

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