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Wonder Woman 1984 Reactions Early Buzz

Wonder Woman 1984 will be released in theaters and on HBO Max simultaneously on Christmas Day. But the first round of press screenings happened just before the weekend, and the initial wave of social media reactions has already hit the web.

Thankfully, it sounds like director Patty Jenkins has knocked Wonder Woman 1984 out of the park with superhero spectacle that brings some much needed movie magic and positivity that we can all use after this terrible year. Plus, Gal Gadot continues to shine as the DC Comics superhero, and Chris Pine, Pedro Pascal, and Kristen Wiig all get to showcase outstanding supporting performances too. Get the round-up of the first Wonder Woman 1984 reactions below. Read More »

Terminator: Dark Fate Sequel

Terminator: Dark Fate made a valiant effort to properly reboot the Terminator franchise by sending it off in a fresh direction while still having ties to the the original continuity after Terminator 2: Judgment Day. It essentially gave the Terminator franchise the same treatment that The Force Awakens did for Star Wars, complete with the return of Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor, a new Terminator played by Gabriel Luna, Mackenzie Davis as a cybernetically enhanced resistance fighter from the future, and a new take on the John Connor formulua in the form of Daniella (Natalia Reyes), the new savior of the future war between humans and technology.

Unfortunately, Terminator: Dark Fate didn’t rake in as much cash at the box office as Paramount Pictures and Skydance hoped it would. The film earned $261.1 million worldwide, which isn’t the best way to start a “new” blockbuster trilogy as producer James Cameron hoped. Thankfully, Mackenzie Davis has given us some insight into where a Terminator: Dark Fate sequel would have gone, though it admittedly raises more questions than answers.

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mank trailer final

Mank is now on Netflix, and the streaming service decided to release one last trailer to seal the deal. This final Mank trailer is appropriately old-timey, cut like the type of trailers for Hollywood’s yesterday. It also comes with plenty of gushing pull-quotes to remind you that this is a prestige picture over at Netflix. Watch the latest, and final, Mank trailer below.

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This Week in Trailers

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising?

This week, we talk about COVID-19, go along for a Russian ride, see what it’s really like to run this town, get swole, and fight the patriarchy out in the ocean.
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Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Want to find out where some cool Easter eggs are in Spider-Man: Miles Morales? How many people played the Galactus event in Marvel’s Fortnite crossover? Did Sony accidentally spoil multiple Spider-Men coming in Spider-Man 3? Could Zack Snyder’s Justice League arrive earlier than we thought? Why is Black Panther star Letitia Wright under fire? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

A Christmas Carol trailer

There have been dozens of movie adaptations of Charles Dickens’ classic story A Christmas Carol (with even more to come), but here’s one that puts a new spin on things.

Andy Serkis (The Lord of the Rings trilogy), Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out), Carey Mulligan (Never Let Me Go), Martin Freeman (The Hobbit), and more are featured in a new reimagining which tells the familiar story through “the magical fusion of modern dance and the spoken word.” And it’s coming to U.S. theaters this holiday season. Check out the trailer below. Read More »

fatale trailer

Lionsgate has unveiled an official trailer for the steamy psychological thriller Fatale, a movie which is somehow opening in theaters in two weeks. In the wake of a game-changer like Warner Bros.’ announcement yesterday, many things still remain the same…like B-movie erotic thrillers getting buried during the winter season. But this time, instead of being buried in direct-to-video, the Hilary Swank-starring Fatale is being buried in theaters. Watch the Fatale trailer below.

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The Marksman Trailer

There’s been a long stream of movies featuring Liam Neeson in aging action star mode that began with Taken back in 2008, and the actor is still going strong. The latest in this ongoing career arc is The Marksman, which finds the actor playing an ex-Marine sharpshooter just trying to get by on an isolated stretch of borderland. But when a young immigrant child on the run ends up in his care, he takes it upon himself to fend off the drug cartel assassins who are on his trail. Read More »

stimulus package for movie theaters

Movie theaters in the United States are in trouble right now. Many remain closed due to the coronavirus, and the theaters that are able to remain open don’t have much to offer. On top of that, the recent decision by Warner Bros. to drop all of their 2021 movies on HBO Max the same day as theaters is bound to cause more problems for exhibitors. But there could be a glimmer of hope on the horizon. Negotiations on a stimulus bill started up in Congress again this week, and part of that stimulus includes proposals for $15 billion for movie theaters.

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Female-Led ‘Plastic Man’ Movie in the Works at DC

plastic man movie

As Warner Bros. continues to take interesting risks and push the envelope with its DC Comics-based movies, the company is now developing a film which puts a very interesting spin on a comics character. A new report says the studio has hired a writer for a Plastic Man movie, but the twist is that the film will feature a female lead.

Will this work? Or is it too much of a – *puts on sunglasses* – stretch? Please, hold your applause for that amazing joke and read on to learn what we know about the project so far. Read More »