a beautiful day in the neighborhood trailer

It’s a beautiful day…to cry. Tom Hanks has never been more powerful than when he is inhabiting the role of Mr. Rogers, the beloved children’s show host who inspired generations of children. Hanks stars as Fred Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the NeighborhoodMarielle Heller‘s moving drama about the beloved TV figure and the jaded journalist (Matthew Rhys) who learns to be a little less cynical. Watch the new A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood trailer below.

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Spider-Man Movies on Disney+

Today brought the launch of Disney+, and while not all the movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are available today, more will be added as time goes on so that you can enjoy everything that Marvel Studios has to offer on the streaming service. However, it sounds like there will be two movies that won’t make it to the streaming service, and it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. As of now, Disney has no plans to host the Marvel Studios Spider-Man movies on Disney+. Read More »

charlie's angels review

Whenever a reboot of a moderately successful property comes around, eyes will inevitably roll. Did we really need a new remake/reboot/reinvention of insert-movie-here? It’s a question that plenty of people will have going into Elizabeth Banks‘ new Charlie’s Angels. Did we really need a new Charlie’s Angels? Not really. Does it justify its existence? Not exactly. But Charlie’s Angels is a mostly inoffensive piece of empower-pop entertainment that does have a lot of Kristen Stewart being very gay, which has to count for something.

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Japanese Spider-Man

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse introduced several different versions of Spider-Man from across the multiverse, and it appears that the recently-confirmed sequel will continue that trend.

Phil Lord, one of the Spider-Verse producers, revealed on Twitter that Japanese Spider-Man will appear in the sequel. And if you know anything about that version of the character, you know his appearance should be a lot of fun. Read More »

Little Women clip

Don’t sleep on Little Women.

Writer/director Greta Gerwig‘s new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel doesn’t come out until Christmas, and while Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will dominate the box office around then, I’m guessing a new version of Little Women is going to earn a significant amount of attention in its own right. Sony has unveiled a new clip from the movie that seems to represent a microcosm of Gerwig’s approach to this beloved story. Check it out below. Read More »

jumanji reverse the curse

No one seems to have a good time in the Jumanji movies — they tend to be accidentally sucked into the mystical game and have to fight to escape. But the upcoming Jumanji: Reverse the Curse VR attraction allows you to actually play the game as it is meant to be enjoyed, without dealing with all those above dangers or the untold body horror of being stuck in another person.

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Q&A

On Saturday afternoon, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood writer/director Quentin Tarantino and stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie participated in a moderated Q&A session at Tarantino’s New Beverly Theater in Los Angeles. The event was ostensibly to help promote next month’s home video release of the movie, but it also doubled as a potential stop on the way to the Oscars for each member of the panel. Here are some highlights from the conversation.
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into the spider-verse sequel

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was one of /Film’s favorite movies of 2018, a dazzling, inventive, visually stunning, and emotionally resonant piece of superhero storytelling with a powerful message: anyone can wear the mask. A sequel seems like a no-brainer, and though we’ve been hearing whispers of one for the better part of a year now, Sony has finally confirmed that yes, Miles Morales and friends will be back in a new adventure, and they’ve given us a release date to look forward to. Here’s what we know. Read More »

Spider-Man: Far From Home Credits Scene

The mid-credits scene for Spider-Man: Far From Home drops a pretty big bombshell on your friendly neighborhood wallcrawler. Spidey (Tom Holland) saved the day and was forced to kill Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) in order to destroy all the drones he was using to make himself look like a superhero from another dimension. But TheDailyBugle.net heard a different story, and they put it out into the world without hesitation, broadcasting across screens all over New York City. And now you can watch the full Spider-Man: Far From Home Daily Bugle news report in its entirety online. Read More »

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jumanji the next level trailer

After the sensational box office success of 2017’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, director Jake Kasdan and co. knew they had to bring its sequel to a whole new level. And they did more than simply title the third Jumanji film Jumanji: The Next Level. They brought in two legendary comedians in the form of Danny DeVito and Danny Glover — for about the 15 minutes of the movie. The rest of the movie will consist of Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart doing DeVito and Glover impressions, respectively. Genius.

Jumanji: The Next Level takes us back into the world of the video game, which has now malfunctioned and accidentally pulled in DeVito and Glover’s cranky grandpas, swapping them in the bodies of Johnson’s Dr. Bravestone and Hart’s Franklin Finbar. Shenanigans naturally ensue. Watch the new Jumanji The Next Level trailer below.

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