outlaw king cut

Outlaw King is getting an overhaul. After a TIFF premiere that resulted in less-than-stellar reviews, director David Mackenzie is trimming 20 minutes off his historical epic before it premieres at the London Film Festival in October and hits Netflix in November. But don’t worry: Chris Pine‘s full-frontal nude scene remains intact. More on the new Outlaw King cut below.

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the outlaw king trailer

In 2016, the thrilling neo-Western Hell or High Water put Chris Pine on the map as more than just a pretty face. Now the Star Trek and Wonder Woman actor reunites with his Hell or High Water director David Mackenzie in Outlaw King for a role that will require him to once again don facial hair and a distinct accent.

Netflix has released the trailer for Outlaw King, which looks like another stellar outing for the dream team.

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Chris Pine Leaves Star Trek 4

Captain…we have a problem.

Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth have both walked away from Star Trek 4 following failed salary negotiations. Pine was going to reprise his role as Captain James T. Kirk for the fourth time. Hemsworth was going to return via time travel as Kirk’s father, who was introduced in the 2009 reboot’s memorable prologue. What happens next, especially since the rest of the cast is still on board, remains uncertain.

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wonder woman 1984 first look

Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins took to Twitter to reveal our first look at Pedro Pascal in the superhero sequel, and he looks…different. Pascal is almost unrecognizable, decked-out in extreme ’80s fashions and extreme ’80s hair. But who is he playing? See the Wonder Woman 1984 first look below.

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Wonder Woman 1984 Photo

Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot, and Chris Pine put in a high-energy appearance at Comic-Con to talk up Wonder Woman 1984. The film has only been shooting for three weeks, yet Jenkins and company still managed to blow the roof off Hall H. Read what went down in the Wonder Woman 1984 Comic-Con panel below.

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i am the night trailer

Update: TNT has announced that I Am the Night will be released as part of TNT’s newly minted TNT Suspense Collection. It will follow The Alienist in TNT’s slate of thriller-themed limited series.

Patty Jenkins has found a wonderful collaborator in Chris Pinethe star of the Wonder Woman director’s new noir-tinged TNT series. Pine stars in I Am the Night, a limited TNT series that was originally titled One Day She’ll Darken, after Fauna Hodel’s autobiography of the same name.

But while the original title is gone, the talent is still there, as Pine steals the show as the intrepid hack journalist investigating a young girl’s dark and dangerous lineage.

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Wonder Woman 1984 Photo

Wonder Woman 1984 is in production over in Washington DC right now. We’ve already gotten an official look at Gal Gadot back for the sequel as Diana Prince, and surprisingly Chris Pine as Steve Trevor came along with her. But now we have a new look at Gal Gadot back in her signature armor, except it looks far more vibrant than it ever did in either Justice League or the first Wonder Woman movie. Read More »

wonder woman 1984

The Wonder Woman sequel officially has a title. And plenty of big hair and sweatsuits. The sequel to the best DCEU movie is leaning into its ’80s setting with a very fitting title: Wonder Woman 1984. But along with that title comes an even greater reveal — Chris Pine is back as Steve Trevor! And he’s wearing a sweatsuit and looking as confused as we are!

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star trek 4 director

Star Trek 4 has found a director: S.J. Clarkson, who will be the first woman to helm a Trek film. Paramount is developing two different Star Trek films: the Quentin Tarantino R-Rated Trek, and Star Trek 4, which will serve as a sequel to the rebooted Star Trek film franchise. More on the Star Trek 4 director below.

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a wrinkle in time early buzz

A Wrinkle in Time has a lot of expectations riding on it. It is Ava Duvernay‘s ambitious passion project, the first non-documentary feature film that the director has tackled since Selma won acclaim and awards love four years ago. It’s an adaptation of a beloved children’s fantasy novel by Madeleine L’Engle. It has a black lead actress (Storm Reid) in a piece of colorblind casting that differs from the novel. And it’s starring some of the biggest names in Hollywood, including Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling, Gugu Mbatha Raw, Zach Galifianakis, and Chris Pine.

So, does A Wrinkle in Time live up to those expectations? Not quite.

The social media embargo for Duvernay’s Disney film has lifted, and reactions are mixed at best and pessimistic at worst. Formal reviews don’t drop until March 7 — two days before the film’s release — but a few people who attended the premiere shared their opinions on the science-fiction movie.

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