First Look Glow Season 3

The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are almost back, and now we have a first look at season 3, an official synopsis of the new season, and a release date announcement.

While the first two seasons of GLOW were about the eponymous group of outcast performers learning the ropes and perfecting their wrestling characters in a scrappy independent operation in Los Angeles, season 3 is going to change the dynamic by shifting the location to Las Vegas, where they’re the headlining act at a hotel/casino. Read More »

parasite us release

Another Bong Joon-ho hit is coming to the United States. Fresh off his historic Palme D’Or win at the Cannes Film Festival — the first win for a South Korean filmmaker — Bong’s acclaimed black comedy Parasite has set its U.S. release. Stateside distributor NEON has set the Parasite US release for October 2019, just in time for awards season.

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weathering with you us release

In 2017, Your Name helped put anime back on the global map as acclaimed, prestigious films worthy of awards recognition. Three years later, director Makoto Shinkai‘s highly anticipated follow-up will finally be making its way to the States. Weathering With You, Shinkai’s latest visually stunning and cerebral sci-fi drama, will be released in Japan this summer, but has already been picked up for U.S. distribution by the animation distributor GKIDS.

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A Quiet Place 2 Release Date

The wait to see what happens in A Quiet Place 2 just got a little bit shorter. Paramount Pictures has just bumped up the release date that was previously set for May 2020 to an earlier spring debut, putting it closer to that sweet spot that allowed the original to become such a hit back in 2018. Read More »

Akira release date

Warner Bros. has been trying to make a live-action Akira movie for years, and so many talented filmmakers have cycled through its development that I honestly never thought we’d see it happen. But it looks like director Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok, The Hunt for the Wilderpeople) is going to be the one to finally crack it, because the film now has an official release date. Read More »

sonic the hedgehog movie release date

See you next year, Sonic. The Sonic the Hedgehog movie was supposed to speed into theaters this November – and then everyone saw the trailer. The reaction was overwhelmingly negative, with many wondering why the movie’s version of Sonic looked so terrible. Rather than shrug it off, the folks behind the film took the criticism to heart, and quickly announced they’d be redesigning the look of the character. That redesign is going to take a lot of work, which means there’s no way the film could keep its original release. As a result, the Sonic the Hedgehog movie release date has shifted to early next year.

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dc super pets release date

Action hero pets are all the rage in theaters right now thanks to John Wick, but Warner Bros. may be missing that boat by delaying the DC Super Pets release date. The animated film based on the kids cartoon franchise that follows the furry friends of DC superheroes has been pushed back from its initial May 2021 release date to May 2022.

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the current war release date new

After premiering at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, The Current War was set to open in November of that year. The film was supposed to be a Weinstein Company release, but when the sexual abuse allegations against Harvey Weinstein effectively killed TWC, The Current War was pulled from the release schedule. Now, the film – which tells the story of the battle between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse – will finally see the light of day.

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the invisible man remake

The Invisible Man remake will be appearing in theaters in 2020, with Universal officially setting the release date for the Blumhouse-produced film starring Elisabeth Moss and directed by Leigh Whannell.

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the falcon and the winter soldier director

Just this morning, we heard about what’s in store for Bucky Barnes, aka The Winter Soldier, on the upcoming Disney+ series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Now we know who will be at the helm of the new series: Kari Skogland (The Walking Dead) has been hired to direct the six-episode show. She already has several major TV credits to her name, including another MCU show in the now-cancelled Netflix series The Punisher.

In addition to the news about The Falcon and The Winter Soldier director, a couple of cast members from Captain America: Civil War may be joining stars Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan in the cast. Plus, we finally have a release date for this show. Read on to get the details. Read More »