Have you been watching the What We Do in the Shadows series on FX? If not, then last night you missed out on an incredible assembly of cameos from celebrities who have played famous vampires over the years, including Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement, and Jonathan Brugh as the original trio of vampires from the mockumentary film that inspired the series. But they’re not even the biggest names who make an appearance. Find out all about the What We Do in the Shadows cameos below. Read More »
Add another name to the ever-growing Jumanji 3 cast: Colin Hanks is back, baby.
In 2017’s smash hit Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Hanks played the older version of Alex Vreeke, a kid who was sucked into a video game version of Jumanji early in the film. Now we know he’ll be back to reprise that same role in this year’s sequel. Read More »
Chadwick Boseman is trading his suit of Vibranium for a suit of samurai armor to play the lead in the biopic Yasuke. The Black Panther actor will be leading the Yasuke cast as the titular real-life warrior who became the first and only African samurai in 16th century Japan. This will be the first film adaptation of the amazing true story of the first African samurai.
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Quick: who’s the first actor who comes to mind when you think about Santa Claus, that good-natured, jolly old Christmas mascot who brings joy to millions of children around the world? For me, it will always be Edmund Gwenn, the guy who played Kris Kringle in the 1947 classic Miracle on 34th Street. But for a whole new generation of kids, the answer just might end up being actor/director Mel Gibson, who has just been cast to play Santa in a new movie called Fatman. And in this movie, Santa’s being hunted down by a hitman. Read More »
When we talk about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’re largely talking about Marvel Studios movies – at least until those Disney+ shows debut. Yes, TV series like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Carter, and the Marvel Netflix shows were technically set in that same universe, but let’s be real: so far, the movies are the non-comic stories with the biggest sense of importance. They’re the ones that count. It’s strange, then, that a commercial – which is way less relevant than any of those TV shows – could end up having an influence on a major MCU entry.
During our visit to the set of Spider-Man: Far From Home, we learned how a car commercial caught the eye of Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and how a character that originated in a tie-in advertisement ended up appearing as a supporting role in the MCU. Check out the commercial and read about its impact below. Read More »
Richard Madden is the next in line to join the cast of Marvel’s The Eternals, the cosmic comic book film set to be directed by Chloe Zhao (The Rider). Madden is currently in talks to join The Eternals cast, which currently includes Angelina Jolie and Kumail Nanjiani.
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When Katherine Langford was reportedly cast in Avengers: Endgame, it sparked a wave of speculation over who the rising 13 Reasons Why and Love, Simon star would be playing. To introduce a new character in a climactic movie like Endgame would have to mean she would be someone of huge importance, right? But much to the surprise (or confusion) of fans, Langford didn’t even appear in the fourth Avengers film. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo finally explained who she was playing and why her character didn’t make the final cut.
Spoilers for Avengers: Endgame below.
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Netflix’s is setting us up for a Set It Up reunion between the stars and creative team of the hit rom-com. But it’s not a sequel.
Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell, who stole our hearts in last year’s surprise Netflix hit are reuniting with the writer and producers of Set It Up for a new Netflix romantic comedy tentatively titled Most Dangerous Game. Read more about the new Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell movie coming to Netflix soon.
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Charlie Chaplin‘s 1921 silent film classic The Kid is getting the remake treatment. That information alone is unexpected, but brace yourselves, because that’s just the beginning. The new film will be an animated science fiction movie called The Kid: An Animated Adventure, starring Jacob Tremblay (Room, The Predator, the upcoming Good Boys) as the young protagonist who discovers a robot named Chaplin who possesses a human soul.
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Showtime is getting into the anthology series game with Omniverse, a new half hour series “examining the many doors of perception.” And with such a trippy concept, it should come as no surprise that both Kanye West and Jaden Smith are involved, with Smith playing a younger version of West in an alternate reality. Buckle up, people – this one’s going to get weird.
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