zorro reboot cast

Zorro may have finally met his match.

Jonás Cuarón’s Zorro reboot cast has added Flashpoint and Dope actress Kiersey Clemons. Clemons will play the female lead in Z, the near-future reimagining of the classic swashbuckler.

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flamin' hot cheetos movie

At long last, a Flamin’ Hot Cheetos movie will grace the silver screen. What a day for the medium of film! The Flamin’ Hot Cheetos movie won’t be about the spicy snack itself, but rather the creation of the snack by former janitor Richard Montanez.

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Making a murderer sequel

Making a Murderer became a cultural phenomenon when it hit Netflix in 2015. Audiences obsessed over the true crime series, desperate to know the truth about what happened to Teresa Halbach, and if Steven Avery was truly guilty of the crime. Now the Steven Avery story will continue with Convicting a Murderer, a Making a Murderer sequel series that will present a whole new side of the case.

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reboot the guardian code trailer

Raise your hand if you’re a ’90s kid and you remember ReBoot. I sadly don’t, though I do remember its more kid-friendly PBS equivalent, Cyberchase.

It seems like Reboot: The Guardian Code, the Netflix, uh, reboot of the series, is banking on a combination of nostalgia for the original show and the near-universal familiarity with Power Rangers.

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blair witch tv series

Rumblings from last year regarding a Blair Witch TV series appear to have been true. Lionsgate is in the process of creating original digital content for their newly-branded Studio L, and a Blair Witch series is among the potential digital titles.

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Joss Whedon Won’t Direct ‘Batgirl’ Film After All

Joss Whedon Batgirl

Joss Whedon‘s Batgirl is no more. After moving from Marvel Studios to Warner Bros. and DC last year in the hopes of writing and directing a movie based on Barbara Gordon (aka Batgirl), the writer/director has officially exited the project, leaving it without a filmmaker at the moment. Read Whedon’s comments about parting ways with the film below.
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most fun star wars movie

If the previous Star Wars movies weren’t fun enough for you, wait until you get a load of Solo: A Star Wars Story. Actor Donald Glover (who should be getting his own Lando Calrissian spin-off any second now) implies that the upcoming spin-off could be the most fun Star Wars movie yet, largely because the story is free from the burden of expectation. Read Glover’s comments below. Read More »

The first season of Star Trek: Discovery has come and gone. So now it’s time to assess the pros and cons of season 1 and figure out how to make the second season even better.

On the whole, I did like this first season; it was a bold, inventive way of approaching the Star Trek franchise and I feel like it completed its mission overall. But there were some weak spots that I hope get addressed as the show evolves. Here are 10 things that I’d like to see in Star Trek: Discovery season 2.

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Star Wars Resistance

Soon enough, Star Wars on the small screen will be heading into uncharted territory. Star Wars Rebels is coming to an end, and fans will be stuck waiting for Lucasfilm to deliver on the promise of a new series set in a galaxy far, far away. As of now, we know nothing about the developing projects, But there’s a chance we have a hint as to what the new Star Wars TV series will bring us.

Lucasfilm has just registered a slew of new trademarks for a new endeavor called Star Wars Resistance. While that could be for something like a mobile game or comic book series, the kind of trademarks registered suggest this will be something much bigger than that. Read More »

(Welcome to Pop Culture Imports, a column that compiles the best foreign-language movies and TV shows streaming right now.)

When Netflix’s streaming service first launched, I remember the catalogue was filled to the brim with low-budget foreign flicks — Eurotrash B-movies or Bollywood knock-offs that you would usually watch when you’re browsing for something to fill a lazy Friday night. But times have changed and today, there are more quality foreign movies and TV series available. So many, that it’s almost impossible to keep up.

That’s where this column comes in. Looking for the latest juicy Korean drama? Want to see the latest romance that Bollywood has to offer? Curious about the acclaimed Hungarian film that garnered an Oscar nomination? Or are you just in the mood for some anime? It’s all here. While reading subtitles isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, these films and TV series will make you want to.

And don’t worry, there will be a fair share of Eurotrash B-movies and Bollywood knock-offs, too.

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