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Tom and Jerry movie

Warner Bros. is going cartoon crazy as they set up a slew of animation-inspired movies. New Tom and JerryScooby-DooFlintstones movies and more are currently in the works. The plan is for Warners to embrace their classic characters, with hopes of crafting animated features and live-action hybrids. Tim Story, director of Fantastic Four, is handling Tom and Jerry, while Harry Potter helmer Chris Columbus is producing Scooby-Doo.

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spoil Avengers 4

Did Chris Evans accidentally spoil Avengers 4 when he recently tweeted about how he was saying goodbye to the character of Captain America? No! Well, at least that’s what he wants us to think. Evans recently appeared at a comic convention in Chicago to clarify his comment and reassure fans that he did not, in fact, ruin anything about the fate of the Star Spangled man with a plan. But maybe, just maybe, Marvel security got to him and are now orchestrating an elaborate cover-up campaign to throw fans off the scent.

Eh, probably not, though. Chances are pretty good that Evans is simply just telling the truth. Keep reading to learn about how he didn’t actually spoil Avengers 4.
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counterpart season 2 trailer

In the era of Peak TV, it’s hard to differentiate one mildly successful prestige show from the rest. So it’s a good thing that Counterpart, the Starz sci-fi spy thriller, has two versions of J.K. Simmons.

The Starz series, which has been proclaimed by critics as one of the best new series of 2018 is returning…in 2018. Hey, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, and if you got a whole new slew of episodes ready to be released, have at ’em. The Counterpart season 2 trailer advertises the remarkably fast sophomore season of the show, which sees Simmons’ titular counterparts deal with the choices they’ve made.

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the possession of hannah grace trailer

Morgues are inherently creepy places, but throw in a possessed cadaver, and you’ve got one hell of a horror movie. The Possession of Hannah Grace follows the long line of exorcism movies released in the late fall and early winter months, but with a twist. The movie, starring Pretty Little Liars‘ Shay Mitchell asks: what happens after an exorcism goes wrong?

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Winning the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival is, in artier circles, more prestigious than the Academy Award. It represents the winning film out of an official selection that’s notoriously difficult to get into in the first place. Some Palme d’Or winners are grand, sweeping works of high cinema; some are politically searing; and others still are tiny, well-observed character dramas. Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Shoplifters is one of the humbler winners in recent memory – and that begins with its protagonists.

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Bodyguard trailer

What happens when a secret service agent is assigned to protect someone with political views he absolutely despises? That’s the elevator pitch for a new TV drama called Bodyguard, which is coming to Netflix in just over two weeks. The show, which stars Richard Madden (Robb Stark from Game of Thrones) and Keeley Hawes (High Rise, MI-5), is already a smash hit in the United Kingdom, and it’s easy to see why: the trailer for the first season makes it look like an explosive series that could easily become the subject of your next binge session.
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DC Universe Shows

On September 15, a day also known as Batman Day, DC Entertainment launched its DC Universe streaming platform, a service that aims to cater to those who want to become immersed in the DC world.

On October 12, the platform premiered its first original show — Titans — which to date is best known for showing a Dick Grayson grumbling, “Fuck Batman!” in a trailer released at July’s San Diego Comic-Con. 

From September 15 through October 12, I’ve watched and read stuff on the platform via Apple TV as well as on my iPhone and iPad. And over the past month, my feelings about the platform have ranged from thinking it’s okay (there’s a bunch of old content on it; some of it is good) to thinking it’s the most frustrating platform in existence (the UI sucks, although it is slowly improving). Throw in watching the first episode of Titans, and I have a lot of feelings. Feelings I will share with you now.

Is the service worth the $7.99 a month (or $74.99 a year) price tag? Let’s discuss. 

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avengers 4 plot

The ending of Avengers: Infinity War was so devastating that Marvel even held grief counseling sessions for fans too distraught over the Marvel Studios film. But prepare your tissues, because Elizabeth Olsen warns that Avengers 4 is going to be even worse.

Spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War below.

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watchmen tv series first look

The Watchman TV series has begun production, and to kick things off, we have our first official look from the series. Don’t get too excited, though – while the image shows someone in uniform, it’s probably not a superhero. The image certainly paints a portrait of a dark dystopian landscape, though. See the Watchmen TV series first look below.

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pennyworth

Breaking news: the hot young Alfred show is still happening, and hot young Alfred has been found. Jack Bannon, who appeared in The Imitation Game and on Ripper Street, will play the future butler in Pennyworth, a new EPIX series. It seems that before Alfred started washing Batman’s socks and dusting the many bookcases in Wayne Manor, he was an ass-kicking soldier. In addition to Bannon, Fleabag actor Ben Aldridge will play Thomas Wayne, Batman’s dad.

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