What role does Kevin Garnett want to play in Mahershala Ali‘s Blade movie? How many Hulks has Bruce Banner been in Marvel Comics history? Want a quick glimpse of Brenton Thwaites as Nightwing in the second season of Titans? Is Chris Hemsworth still the main character in Thor: Love & Thunder? How did a Marvel fan create a real working pair of EDITH sunglasses? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Even though Ghostbusters 2020 has been shooting for over a month now, there haven’t been many details that have leaked from the film’s set up in Canada. But producer Ivan Reitman has given us a little piece of information about the new movie that gives us at least some small idea of the supernatural activity that’s happening in the new movie…and it also provides a new detail about Paul Rudd‘s character in the movie. Check out the new Ghostbusters 2020 details below. Read More »
Another weekend has ended, which means two things: one, we all have to return to the drudgery of work. And two, the weekend box office results are in. While there were a few new contenders at the multiplex, Pennywise and the Losers’ Club held fast with It Chapter Two staying at number one. But the highly-acclaimed Hustlers had a great weekend, too, exceeding expectations. The same can’t be said for the prestige drama The Goldfinch, which could not take flight in the wake of scathing TIFF reviews.
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The increasingly busy Taika Waititi already has his next project lined-up, and no, it’s not Thor: Love and Thunder. Before the director returns to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he’ll direct the sports dramedy Next Goal Wins. And that’s not all: Waititi wants Michael Fassbender to star. Fassbender is in talks to join the film, which is based on the documentary of the same name and focuses on the national football team of American Samoa.
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Paul Rudd has already defied aging, so obviously the next thing for him to defy is the natural order of the world. It’s Paul Rudd versus Paul Rudd in the new Netflix black comedy series Living With Yourself, which follows a man who undergoes a strange spa treatment only to discover that he’s been replaced by a better version of himself. Watch the Living With Yourself trailer below.
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As we near the premiere of the Disney+ series The Mandalorian, two more actors have revealed that they have joined the highly anticipated Star Wars series. Natalia Tena, of Game of Thrones and Harry Potter fame, and comedian Bill Burr, best known for his role in Breaking Bad, confirmed that they have boarded The Mandalorian cast, as two characters we might have already gotten a glimpse of in the latest trailers.
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Director Jim Mickle blends multiple genres with In The Shadow of the Moon, a new Netflix movie that looks super stylish and appropriately mysterious. The story concerns a serial killer who appears to be bending time and resurfacing every nine years. An obsessed cop, played by Boyd Holbrook, is on the case. Watch the In The Shadow of the Moon trailer below. Read More »
Last week, it was announced that Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker director J.J. Abrams signed a contract to move his Bad Robot Productions over to WarnerMedia, where he’ll write, produce, and direct films and TV shows for Warner Bros., HBO, and the upcoming streaming service HBO Max. Now some additional information has emerged about the terms of that deal, which explain why Abrams rejected a reported $500 million offer from Apple and chose to take much less money to work with WarnerMedia instead. Read the details below. Read More »
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Glass may not have shattered any box office records, and critics may be split on M. Night Shyamalan as a director, but Universal is investing in the filmmaker’s next two movies. Following the successful theatrical trifecta of The Visit, Split and Glass, Shyamalan is renewing his partnership with Universal for two more untitled thrillers, set to be released in 2021 and 2023.
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Last week, Saturday Night Live announced the hiring of three new comedians as featured players for the 45h season of the late night sketch series. However, one of the trio, comedian Shane Gillis, was immediately embroiled in controversy when undeniably racist comments made on a podcast from last year came to light. Thankfully, SNL has made the right choice by choosing not to bring him on board the show. Find out more about Shane Gillis fired from Saturday Night Live below. Read More »