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Sometimes when you’re leading an evil military dictatorship, you just gotta let loose. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is full of baddies who scowl and stride around in their black uniforms a lot, but when the First Order’s General Hux and Allegiant General Enric Pryde are done glowering at each other, they have a little fun. At least, their actors Domnhall Gleeson and Richard E. Grant do in the newly released Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker bloopers. Watch Gleeson and Grant flub their lines and goof around behind the scenes in the new blooper reel below.

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Featurette

The end of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker included a bunch of surprising Easter Eggs and cameos from characters across the entire franchise, ranging from animated series to the blockbuster movie franchises. Not only did some of the most popular Jedi characters from Star Wars history make voice cameos, but hundreds of ships showed up to help take down The Final Order in the film’s climactic battle. We’ve heard tidbits here and there about the ships that were included in this sequence, and a new Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker featurette from the upcoming home video release reveals even more. Read More »

A Quiet Place Part II Featurette Cillian Murphy

A Quiet Place Part II introduces some new characters to interact with the survivors of the first film, and one of them is played by Cillian Murphy. Murphy’s character, Emmett, has remained mostly a mystery in the marketing so far, but a new featurette delves into just what this newcomer is all about, and how he ends up playing a part in the lives of the surviving members of the Abbott family, played by Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and Noah Jupe.

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The Skywalker Legacy

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker closed-out the Skywalker Saga, whether we like it or not (and that’s an argument we’ll be having for some time). Now that the dust has settled, it might be time to revisit the final entry when it arrives on digital and then Blu-ray this month. Even if you’re not eager to rewatch the movie itself, you might be interested in checking out the special features – particularly The Skywalker Legacy, a new documentary that goes behind-the-scenes of the J.J. Abrams-directed sequel. Some footage from The Skywalker Legacy premiered recently on Good Morning America, and you can check it out below.

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The Rise of Skywalker behind the scenes Ewok

What’s this? A Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker story that does not involve the novelization filling in gaps left open in the movie? Thank the Maker!

In the spirit of good faith, let’s all put aside the divisiveness of J.J. Abrams‘s Skywalker saga finale for a moment and focus on one of the film’s brief cameos: that quick moment when Star Wars legend Warwick Davis reprised his role as Wicket the Ewok. A new behind-the-scenes video is making the rounds which tells the story of that other Ewok who was standing next to Wicket, and features Abrams looking very pleased that he was able to make Star Wars history by bringing Wicket in one more time. Read More »

westworld season 3 featurette

Westworld season 3 arrives next weekend, and to better prepare us for the mystery box mayhem to come, stars Evan Rachel Wood and Aaron Paul got together to talk about their characters and season 3 in general. It’s a fun, light-hearted, amusing conversation between two very charming people, and it clues you into some of the things in store this season.

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Bloodshot Featurette

Vin Diesel is Bloodshot, a hero powered by nanites – which means he’s pretty much indestructible. Ahead of the film’s upcoming release, there’s a new Bloodshot featurette that delves into the comic book origins of the character, who originated in Valiant Comics. As the comic creators say in the video below, you can think of Bloodshot as “Frankenstein meets James Bond.”

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Stranger Things 4 Table Read

Stranger Things showed some love to fans on Valentine’s Day last month with the first official confirmation that David Harbour would be returning as Chief Hopper. Unfortunately, Hopper appears to have a tough road ahead of him as he escapes a Russian prison in the dead of winter, but we’re sure he’ll make it back to Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) at some point. In fact, the two have already reunited behind the scenes in a new video revealing the cast back together for the Stranger Things 4 table read.

Speaking of the Stranger Things 4 cast, another returning character has been confirmed in the form of Brett Gelman as Murray Bauman, the disgraced journalist-turned-conspiracy theorist and private investigator who helped Nancy Wheeler (Natalia Dyer) and Jonathan Byers (Charlie Heaton) expose the secrets of Hawkins Lab. But considering how much bigger his role was in the third season, it should come as no surprise that Brett Gelman will be back for season four, and he’s even getting promoted. Read More »

mulan featurette

Disney has released a new featurette spotlighting the stunts and the action of their upcoming live-action remake of Mulan directed by Niki Caro.

The film was always going to be action-forward, as the movie is set during wartime and follows a young woman who disguises herself to fight in the Chinese army. But with a cast stacked with martial arts masters like Donnie Yen and Jet Li, and stars with a history of fighting onscreen like film’s star Liu YifeiMulan may feature some of the best action sequences in a Disney film. Watch the Mulan featurette below.

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Netflix is weird about promoting some things. For instance: Did you know they’ve added a making-of documentary about Roma – the same documentary that’s included with the recent Criterion Collection release of the film? It’s true! But the streaming service, as is their style, has been shy about letting people know. That’s why we’re here, folks – to inform you. You’re welcome.

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