/Filmcast Ep. 446 – Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Luke Skywalker blindThis week, David returns to the /Filmcast, along with Devindra, Jeff, and Peter, to discuss the new Rian Johnson film, Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Be sure to check out Slashfilm Daily at daily.slashfilm.com.

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Thor Ragnarok Deleted Scene

Thor: Ragnarok is in theaters now, and it will have no problem taking the top spot at the box office. With director Taika Waititi behind the camera, the franchise steered hard into comedic territory, even more than audiences have come to expect from the Marvel Studios superhero movies. But Thor: Ragnarok almost headed into John Hughes territory with a sequence that ended up getting axed.

In a recent interview, Taika Waititi revealed that Thor: Ragnarok almost included a flashback to an adolescent Thor and Loki in a 1980s-style version of Asgard. That sounds awesome in itself, but at this time, we would have also seen Thor as a chubby little kid and Loki as an emo outcast. Find out more about the Thor: Ragnarok deleted scene below, but beware of a minor spoiler for the movie. Read More »

Justice League Batman featurette

A new Justice League video takes us behind the scenes of the highly anticipated DCEU film and gives us an extended look at Ben Affleck‘s Batman in all his bulky glory. New footage, and scenes of Jeremy Irons‘ extremely droll Alfred abound!

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Strangers Things Season 2 final trailer

On the October 23, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Jacob Hall to talk about the latest news, including the first reviews for Stranger Things 2, the reasons Last Action Hero bombed, Star Trek Discovery gets a second season, the Justice League run-time is much shorter than expected, we give our reactions to the trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread and does Thor Ragnarok feature an LGBT character? And at the Water Cooler, we’ll be talking about Geostorm, Dealt, Too Funny To Fail, the House of Torment and Madden 18.

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In this edition of Theme Park Bits:

  • Get a look at concept art for Disney World’s upcoming NBA-themed game complex.
  • See video of Motiongate Dubai’s Hunger Games land and Ghostbusters ride.
  • Tokyo DisneySea is getting in on the Pixar action with a new seasonal event.
  • Hong Kong Disneyland has broken ground on its multi-year expansion.
  • SeaWorld continues to offer a mix of good and bad news.
  • And much more!

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In this edition of Theme Park Bits:

  • Epcot’s 35th-anniversary Funko Pop! Figment figure is now available online.
  • See what Universal Orlando’s haunted houses look like with the lights on.
  • Hear new details on the ongoing federal investigation into Sea World.
  • Disney has reportedly been influencing local elections in Anaheim.
  • Would you like to work for a theme park, or maybe help design one?
  • And more!

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Futurama on Syfy

Crack open a can of Slurm in celebration – Futurama is coming to Syfy. The hit animated show from The Simpsons creator Matt Groening will make its way to the genre-centric channel next month.

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stranger things season 2 trailer breakdown

As the leaves start to turn yellow, the coming of the second season of Stranger Things draws closer. With that comes new locations for the gang to run around in — including the popular arcade we saw in the trailer — and new characters to help fight supernatural beings in Hawkins, Indiana.

To tide us over until October, Stranger Things showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer have released script pages from the second season of the Netflix horror series. Included in them are more detailed descriptions of the arcade setting and the new character played by Sadie Sink.

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freaks and geeks

On the September 4, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Brad Oman to talk about television shows that were canceled or ended too soon. 

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bumblebee movie volkswagen beetle

Bumblebee is officially going back to being a bug. While the lovable yellow Autobot took on the form of a Chevy Camaro in Michael Bay‘s Transformers films, Bumblebee’s solo spin will see him rocking the rounded hood once again.

We already knew that the ’80s-set Bumblebee movie prequel would have the Autobot in bug form, but we finally got our first look at the Transformer in vehicle mode thanks to a picture from the set.

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