This week, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot hit theaters for a limited engagement thanks to Fathom Events (read our review here), but it will also be touring the country for the next few months as part of the official Reboot Roadshow with Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith accompanying the movie. But before that, the on-screen duo best known as Jay and Silent Bob were cemented in Hollywood history with the famous TCL Chinese Theatres ceremony hand and footprint ceremony, and you can watch the entire presentation below. Read More »
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, learn about the making of the original songs on the raunchy Netflix animated series Big Mouth. Plus, run through a bunch of Easter eggs and references you’ll find in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, and Paul Rudd improvises a tearjerking scene and talks about his love for David Letterman while eating some spicy wings on Hot Ones. Read More »
Want to know more about Iron Man VR? Want to see Pariah and Anti-Monitor in Crisis on Infinite Earths? Need to know more about Moon Knight? Will there be sequels to Black Widow? Is Ant-Man 3 slated to start shooting in the summer of 2021? Is Edward Norton open to working with Marvel Studios again? What was Taika Waititi‘s response to Martin Scorsese‘s comments on Marvel movies? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
In 2016, feature film director Frank Oz directed a show called In & Of Itself, which was created by acclaimed magician Derek DelGaudio. The show played at the Geffen Theater in Los Angeles and Off-Broadway in New York City and drew dozens of celebrity guests curious to experience it; while it was initially supposed to run for just 10 weeks, it ended up being extended to a staggering 560 performances over 72 weeks before it ultimately came to an end last summer.
And by “end,” I actually mean “end.” The show is truly completed, with no more performances scheduled. But if, like me, you never got to see the show in person, there’s good news: it turns out there’s going to be an In and Of Itself movie. Read More »
“This table is Switzerland,” Scarlett Johansson‘s Rosie declares in the new Jojo Rabbit clip — which is a bit of a different game to play with her son Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis) than “The floor is lava.” Because there’s not much fun to be had in this game between mother and son at political odds in World War II Germany. Rosie is tired of war and the oppressive Nazi regime, while Jojo is fully indoctrinated into the Nazi beliefs, passionately declaring that Germany will defeat its enemies. It’s certainly a different kind of dinner-time argument in the new Jojo Rabbit clip below.
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To help support its upcoming streaming service, Apple has gotten into the film production game by striking a deal to co-produce movies with the arthouse indie studio A24. They’re already in production on their first film, On the Rocks, directed by Sofia Coppola and starring Bill Murray and Rashida Jones, but now they’ve lined up their second film as part of their multi-year agreement.
The Sky Is Everywhere, the young adult novel by Jandy Nelson, is being turned into a feature film with Madeline’s Madeline director Josephine Decker getting behind the camera. But what’s this book about? Read More »
The Craft reboot has summoned up a new cast member: David Duchovny. Zoe Lister-Jones is writing and directing the remake of the 1996 horror favorite about a coven of high school witches, with Blumhouse producing. No word on who Duchovny might be playing, but I’m guessing he’s not one of the teen witches, because that would be weird.
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It’s been 10 years since the events of Zombieland, and as that zombie comedy showed, it’s not easy surviving in an apocalyptic wasteland. But one of the ways that Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin, and Emma Stone‘s gang lived so long in Zombieland: Double Tap was by following Columbus’s (Eisenberg) hard line rules for surviving the zombie apocalypse. The title of the sequel spells out one of those rules, but in the latest Zombieland: Double Tap clip we get to learn one more rule.
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It’s time yet again for Detective Harry Ambrose to solve a weird mystery. The Sinner season 3 brings back Bill Pullman‘s bearded detective for a new case: one involving a car crash that looks like an accident but might in fact be…foul play. Cue the ominous music. Matt Bomer and Chris Messina also star. Watch The Sinner season 3 trailer below.
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Emily Dickinson is a woman ahead of her time, quite literally in the case of the upcoming Apple TV+ series starring Hailee Steinfeld as the legendary female poet. Dickinson is a coming-of-age comedy series set in the mid-1800s that is all about those anachronisms, Steinfeld and her co-stars happily sling around words like “dude,” and “gross.” But it certainly makes Dickinson stand out from the crowd of stuffy biographical dramas — that and seeing John Mulaney rock an old-timey beard as Henry David Thoreau. Watch the new Dickinson trailer below.
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