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The Handmaid's Tale season 4 trailer

It’s a new day in Gilead, and the Resistance is slowly heating up.

Hulu has released a brand new trailer for The Handmaid’s Tale season 4, as well as a premiere date for the return of the Emmy-winning drama series: April 28, 2021. The most recent episode was released back in the summer of 2019, 20 months ago – and maybe that’s enough time for absence to make fans’ hearts grow fonder.
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On the February 25, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including a slew of updates about Paramount+ ranging from pricing info to original content and more. Read More »

the amusement park shudder

George A. Romero may be gone but his legend lives on through his body of work. And that work is still coming. The Amusement Park, a 1973 film from Romero that was never officially released, is finally coming to the masses thanks to the Shudder streaming service. Word of the film started making the rounds back in 2018, and now it’s been restored in 4K by IndieCollect, and now horror streaming service Shudder plans to release the film in North America, the UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand this summer.

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Bullet Train First Look Photos

Production is currently underway on the next big action movie from John Wick and Atomic Blonde filmmaker David Leitch. The movie is called Bullet Train, and it features the simple yet promising premise of a group of deadly assassins who all end up on the same train. Since Murder on the Orient Express was already taken, we get the punny title referencing both a high speed train and the ammunition that will undoubtedly be splattering blood on that very train. In fact, you can see some of that blood being spilled in one of several Bullet Train first look photos revealed by David Leitch himself. Read More »

kimi

Steven Soderbergh has found his next feature film with HBO Max. After the filmmaker signed an overall deal with HBO and HBO Max last year, Soderbergh released the Meryl Streep drama Let Them All Talk for the WarnerMedia streaming service. And he’s keeping busy, setting up a new HBO Max original film under New Line with star Zoe Kravitz.

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great chinese art heist

Jon M. Chu is in high demand, and he continues to line up future projects. While the Crazy Rich Asians filmmaker had to drop out of the Willow Disney+ series, he has plenty of other options. The latest is The Great Chinese Art Heist, based on a GQ article about “a slew of museum art robberies that occurred in Europe, in which Chinese antiquities were stolen.” Chu will produce and direct the pic for Warner Bros.

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GI Joe TV show

Hollywood is desperate to squeeze all it can out of G.I. Joe, on both the big and small screens.

The latest example: Lady Jaye, an undercover operative within that universe, is now getting her own live-action G.I. Joe TV show, which is in the works at Amazon. Adrianne Palicki (Fright Night Lights) played that character in the 2013 movie G.I. Joe: Retaliation, but it’s unclear if she’ll be back to reprise the role or if someone else will be stepping into Lady Jaye’s…um, fatigues? Leather jacket? She’s had a bunch of different looks over the years, so let’s go with leather jacket.
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in the lost lands

Paul W.S. Anderson is trying his hand at adapting a George R.R. Martin story. The Resident Evil franchise director is re-teaming with his wife and longtime collaborator Milla Jovovich as well as Guardians of the Galaxy star Dave Bautista to adapt Martin’s short story In the Lost Lands into a feature film.

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Tom Holland's Spider-Man Contract Ending

Spider-Man: No Way Home was just officially announced as the third film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise co-produced by Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures. There was a time when the studios parted ways and it seemed like Tom Holland might be done playing the webslinger, but thankfully they sorted things out. However, the actor has confirmed that Spider-Man: No Way Home will be the last film under his contract with Sony/Marvel, but that doesn’t mean he’s done wallcrawling. Read More »

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the underground railroad trailer

What if the Underground Railroad wasn’t a metaphor but an actual, physical railroad, complete with engineers, conductors, and secret tracks? That’s the premise of  Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Underground Railroad, and the premise of the new Amazon series that adapts it. Moonlight filmmaker Barry Jenkins directs the 10-episode series that looks pretty damn great, and today a new teaser trailer arrived along with the official premiere date.

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