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Young Justice - Little Justice League

What is the total runtime of MCU movies after Spider-Man: Far From Home? Want some cool classic X-Men Funko POPs? Are you excited to see the Teen Titans Go vs Teen Titans animated movie? Why are people bullying a young star from Avengers: Endgame? Is Andy Serkis going to be in The Batman? Will Guardians of the Galaxy 3 have a title hinted in Avengers: Endgame? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

Hill House Comics

Joe Hill is headed back to the world of comic books with DC’s Hill House Comics. The new horror series will feature five miniseries set to debut in October, each with their own particular brand of terror. Hill will write two of the tales himself, and curate the rest. Other stories will be penned by Mike CareyLaura MarksCarmen Maria Machado and more. This entire endeavor looks like a must-have for horror fans.

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Spider-Man Far From Home - Tom Holland as Peter Parker

Earlier this year, we learned that an early draft of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse had a scene that would have brought the versions of Spidey played by Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland into the animated world. But it was thought that the movie may already be confusing enough without tossing other big screen versions of the webslinger into the mix. We never heard what the scene entailed, but Tom Holland recently discussed what would have been a cameo for his version of Peter Parker. Read More »

castle freak remake

Castle Freak, a somewhat obscure 1990s horror film from Re-Animator director Stuart Gordon, will live again. A Castle Freak remake is in the works from Full Moon and Fangoria, and the cast is now in place to start shooting next month. The new Castle Freak will once again focus on a hideous creature lurking within the bowels of a castle, but this new version will add even more Lovecraftian elements to the proceedings.

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Station Eleven

If you’re the type of person who pays attention to the people who direct your favorite TV shows (and if you’re reading a site like /Film, let’s assume you probably are), you’ve likely seen two names pop up again and again over the past few years: Michelle MacLaren and Hiro Murai. Both have amassed impressive resumes with credits on some of the biggest and best shows in the world and become mainstays on lists of directors who should tackle the world’s next big-budget franchise movies – but both of them have primarily stuck to the TV realm thus far in their careers.

That streak appears to be continuing, because they’ve each lined up a new show to work on: MacLaren is directing something called Coyote, and Murai will be helming an adaptation of author Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven. Read on to learn about each of these shows and where you can eventually watch them.
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doctor doom movie

Noah Hawley may be busy working on the final season of his mind-bending series Legion and his upcoming directorial debut Lucy in the Sky, but the filmmaker always has time to talk Doctor Doom. Hawley’s long-gestating project about the Marvel antihero seemed like it was — well — doomed following Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox and its superhero characters. But Hawley is here to assure us that Doctor Doom is not dead yet, and that talks have restarted, this time with Marvel Studios.

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The beach prequel series

After Danny Boyle returned to one of his classic films with T2: Trainspotting, it seems the director has gotten a taste for sequels. Or prequels, in the case of his 2000 Leonardo DiCaprio-starring drama The Beach, which Boyle says is currently being worked into a prequel television series.

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carnival row teaser new

Bright meets Penny Dreadful in Carnival Row, a new series from Amazon starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne. The show is set in an alternate Victorian era filled with mythological creatures. In Carnival Row, a human detective and a refugee faerie fall for each other. Oh, and they also have to deal with a series of gruesome murders. Watch the Carnival Row teaser below.

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The Good Liar trailer

Bill Condon, the Oscar-winning filmmaker who recently directed the live-action Beauty and the Beast for Disney, is back with a new movie, and this one does something that’s inexplicably never been done before: it pairs Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen on the big screen together for the first time ever.

The Good Liar, a twisty con man thriller based on the best-selling novel, looks like a throwback to the types of films that aren’t often made anymore: slick, well-produced, mid-budget theatrical events for adults. Check out the first trailer below and jump on the hype train early, because this looks like it could be a surprise favorite by the year’s end. Read More »

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Death on the Nile cast Annette Bening

Death on the Nile, the next entry in Kenneth Branagh‘s unofficial Agatha Christie Cinematic Universe, continues to rack up impressive cast members. Just like the star-studded previous film, Murder on the Orient ExpressDeath on the Nile is adding a cavalcade of famous suspects for Branagh’s Hercule Poirot to investigate. Annette Bening is the latest name being floated, with the actress in talks to join Gal Gadot, Armie HammerLetitia Wright and more.

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