Producer Jon Landau‘s Instagram account is good for two things: awkward images of Landau wearing T-shirts that advise people to wash their hands, and Avatar 2 set pics. The Avatar franchise producer just uploaded another image from the set of James Cameron’s long-awaited sequel, and we are required by law to share it with you, dear reader.
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Since breaking out on AMC’s Mad Men, Elisabeth Moss has evolved into one of America’s foremost actors at playing frenzied, harried characters who slowly lose their grip on reality. And as the old saying goes, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Moss is set to reunite with Blumhouse, the production company behind this year’s retelling of The Invisible Man, for a new feature film called Mrs. March, a movie adaptation of an upcoming novel which features a female lead who – you guessed it – begins to become unraveled. Read More »
On the August 12, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to discuss the latest film and tv news, including Avatar: The Last Airbender, NYCC, Tenet, Seth Macfarlane, Three Men and a Baby, Tron 3, Fear Street and Martin Scorsese.
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Time is running out, indeed, for Tenet, which is moving ever closer to its theatrical release first in international markets, then in the U.S. The highly anticipated Christopher Nolan spy film has received a slew of new posters touting the overseas release of Tenet in late August, with territories like Canada, France, Germany, Italy and the U.K. set to reopen their theaters for the blockbuster on August 26, 2020 before Tenet opens in select U.S. cities two weeks later for Labor Day, on September 2, 2020. With the world nearing those dates, Warner Bros. has released a series of new Tenet posters for the international markets. And they certainly put things into a new perspective.
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It’s been nearly 25 years since Harriet the Spy was turned into Nickelodeon’s first movie. An adaptation of the 1964 children’s novel by Louise Fitzhugh, the film followed Michelle Trachtenberg in the coming-of-age adventures of the irrepressible and curious Harriet M. Welsch, a young girl who dreams of being a spy and practices her skills around New York. Now the book is being turned into an animated series at Apple TV+, and Beanie Feldstein (Booksmart, Lady Bird) will be voicing Harriet. Read More »
The Babysitter is back, baby! Well…sort of. Samara Weaving played the titular babysitter in the 2017 horror-comedy from director McG, but since she’s kind of a big deal now – winning raves for her work in Ready or Not and appearing in the upcoming Bill and Ted Face the Music – she’s not returning for the questionable sequel. But some of the other cast members are back, even though they died in the first film. The magic of movies! The sequel, The Babysitter: Killer Queen, will arrive on Netflix next month.
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Disney’s remake of their modern animated classic Mulan is coming to Disney+ starting next month. However, since subscribers will have to pay an additional $29.99 for the movie within the Disney+ app, the studio has to convince some viewers that the extra premium payment is worth it. That’s why a new Mulan trailer has arrived that is packed with action and really pushes the movie’s arrival on the streaming service. Watch it below. Read More »
Yesterday, we received word that Disney sent out a letter to movie theaters across the land, telling them they could start selling movie tickets for The New Mutants next week. Why? Because Disney swears on Walt Disney’s frozen head that The New Mutants is opening in theaters this month. August 28, to be precise. Today, we have even more “confirmation” of that, with a New Mutants IMAX poster that has the release date in a big, bold font. So you better believe it, baby! Read More »
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Hamilton was a massive hit for Disney+, bringing the Tony-winning musical into living rooms around the world. So with plenty of stage theaters still shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, it only makes sense that streaming services would want to cash in on the desire to see more shows from the Broadway stage. Well, Netflix is the next streaming service to take the plunge by striking a deal to bring a new Broadway stage musical about the late Diana, Princess of Wales to their streaming library. Read More »
A new day of black sun has arrived for the Avatar: The Last Airbender fans. Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, who created the original critically acclaimed Nickelodeon animated series, have parted ways with the Netflix live-action remake. Both DiMartino and Konietzko were attached as executive producers and showrunners since the project was revealed in 2018, but they have announced that they are exiting the project over the “creative direction.”
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