How long will Spider-Man 3 be shooting for into 2021? Did you hear The Runaways is coming back to comic shops? Where can you see the new Batwoman debut before the second season begins on The CW? Do the comics Aldis Hodge is reading for Black Adam provide any hints? Want to see Tom Holland‘s stunt double practice a webslinging stunt? Who do you think should write the new Blade movie? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Margot Robbie already has quite the reputation as a big screen criminal thanks to her fantastic portrayal of The Joker’s ex-girlfriend, the Clown Princess of Crime, Harley freakin’ Quinn. But this fall, Paramount Pictures has her on the run from the law in a very different kind of movie.
Dreamland finds Margot Robbie playing a fugitive bank robber on the run from the law in the middle of the Great Depression. Desperate to make an escape to the Southern border, she’ll do whatever she has to in order to survive, but she doesn’t exactly seem like a stone cold criminal. There’s something more to this woman than meets the eye. Watch the trailer below. Read More »
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is available on Amazon Prime right now, and the movie is replete with plenty of outrageous interactions with unsuspecting members of the American public. With a movie like this, where countless hours of footage is shot, there are many scenes that hit the cutting room floor. It could be because certain scenes don’t play well with an audience, or maybe it just doesn’t fit into the story. Thankfully, some of that footage is making its way online.
The official Twitter account of Borat Sagsdiyev revealed some unused footage that didn’t make it into the movie, including a sequence involving Borat’s daughter making it into the White House. In order to explain why, we have to dive into spoilers for the movie, so beware as you read on. Meanwhile, we have an extensive glimpse at a sequence that was featured in the film’s trailer, but didn’t end up in the movie. Surprisingly, it comes from police body camera footage. Watch both of the unused Borat 2 footage clips below. Read More »
Before Borat Subsequent Moviefilm even arrived on Amazon, it was making headlines. Press who saw the movie in advance for review saw a newsworthy story in one of the sequel’s most shocking moments: former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is Donald Trump’s current lawyer, is duped by one of Borat’s set-ups, putting himself in quite the compromising and controversial position. Now Borat himself has responded to the headlines as only he can, but beware of spoilers for one of the biggest gags in the sequel. Read More »
Even though film festivals aren’t really happening in their traditional format, there are still drive-in screenings and virtual premieres for many movies across the country. The Denver Film Festival is now host to the world premiere of a new indie drama called The Atlantic City Story. The film follows a woman in an unhappy marriage who tries to get away from it all in Atlantic City. There she meets a young gambler, and the two form an unlikely bond and take solace in each other as they both confront the issues from which they’re trying to run away. Watch The Atlantic City Story trailer below. Read More »
Remember when the runtime Pixar’s Coco was increased by nearly a third of the film’s total length due to the fact that Disney attached the 22-minute short film Olaf’s Frozen Adventure to it? It was a brutal experience, especially for families who just wanted to take their kids to see a Pixar movie.
Well, Disney is at it again with a new Frozen short film focusing on Olaf. Thankfully, Once Upon a Snowman clocks in around only seven minutes, and you can watch one minute of it right now Read More »
Come and play! Everything’s A-OK! Friendly neighbors there, that’s where we meet. Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street? Starting next month, not only will you know exactly how to get to Sesame Street, but you’ll be able to build it yourself. The latest LEGO Ideas set to be approved and sent to production for release on shelves is 123 Sesame Street, and it includes all the colorful life of the educational and friendly New York City neighborhood, and all your favorite friends too. Read More »
The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, watch a 16-bit video game version of the teaser trailer for Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Plus, learn about the history of slasher movies, from early classics of the black and white era to the deconstruction of the genre with Scream and much more. Finally, watch a Back to the Future rap recap recounting all the finer points of the trilogy. Read More »
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What’s in the latest update for Marvel’s Avengers? Who has just joined the cast of Superman & Lois? Could Marvel be hinting at an origin change for Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver‘s powers? Who might be the frontrunner to play Cyclone in Black Adam? Is Amber Heard partaking in Zack Snyder’s Justice League reshoots? Does John Walker get the Captain America moniker in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Everyone learns about The Underground Railroad in school as a network of secret routes and safe houses used to help enslaved African-Americans escape out of slavery into the free states of the North and Canada. But what if The Underground Railroad wasn’t merely a metaphor, but rather an actual railroad full of engineers and conductors riding on secret network of tracks and tunnels beneath the southern soil, taking slaves on the first journey of their free life?
That’s what Moonlight director Barry Jenkins‘ series adaptation of The Underground Railroad, based on Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, imagines. A new teaser introduces us to one of the story’s main characters: Cora Randall, played by Thuso Mbedu. In addition to being a slave on a cotton plantation in Georgia, Cora isn’t exactly welcome in the circles of other African-Americans either. Meet Cora in The Underground Railroad teaser below. Read More »