how it ends trailer

Following the runaway success of Bright, Netflix flexes its sci-fi blockbuster muscle once again with How It EndsThe apocalyptic thriller stars Divergent star Theo James as a man visiting his in-laws on the other side of the country when suddenly a mysterious apocalyptic event befalls the west coast. Left with no answers and no way to communicate, the man and his estranged father-in-law (Forest Whitaker) must race across the country to save his pregnant wife.

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City of Lies Trailer

Johnny Depp and Forest Whitaker take on one of the most notorious unsolved cases in Los Angeles history: the murder of Biggie Smalls. The Brooklyn-born rapper was gunned down in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles in 1997, and to this day, no one knows who did it — though plenty of people have a hunch.

One of those people with a hunch is Johnny Depp’s L.A.P.D. detective Russell Poole, looking inexplicably like he suffered from the same botched dye job as Fantastic Beast‘s Grindelwald. But Depp doesn’t have time to fix his eyebrow color! He has a 20-year old murder to solve.

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black panther deleted scenes

Two new Black Panther deleted scenes have found their way online. These scenes explore the bond between T’Challa and his father, T’Chaka, the former Black Panther.

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Black Panther reviews

The embargo for Black Panther reviews is up, and the praise is nearly universal for Marvel Studios’ latest film. Ryan Coogler‘s ambitious, expansive film with a majority-black cast is promising to be a cultural phenomenon, with early tracking suggesting Black Panther could break box office records. Anticipation is high for the comic book movie starring Chadwick Boseman as the titular hero, which has already outsold all other superhero movies in pre-sale tickets, and accumulated even more buzz with rapturous social media reactions to early screenings. Could the movie possibly live up to the hype and set the standard for more diverse blockbusters to follow?

Below, see what critics thought in our Black Panther reviews round-up.

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Black Panther clip

Another day, another exciting Black Panther clip. At this point, it’s almost like Marvel is teasing us. We get it: this movie looks amazing. Just release it now, we’re tired of waiting and need this movie in our lives. In this new Black Panther clip, Danai Gurira and Lupita Nyong’o engage in some banter while taking part in a car chase. Did I mention it looks great?

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new black panther tv spot

We’re getting closer and closer to the release of Black Panther, and every new bit of footage revealed makes the film look even more amazing. Case in point: this new TV spot, which shows off even more new footage, blasts some Kendrick Lamar music, and ensures you’ll be buying a ticket for opening night.

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‘Black Panther’ Clip: The Chase is On!

Black Panther clip

Chadwick Boseman stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and he brought with him one killer Black Panther clip. The exciting film clip shows off a visually stunning chase sequence from the upcoming Marvel movie. Watch the Black Panther clip below.

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black panther trailer

A new, exciting international Black Panther trailer has arrived and bestowed upon us a wealth of new footage. This might be the best trailer for the film yet, even better than that jaw-dropping teaser that got everyone very excited in the first place. Black Panther may just end up being one of the best Marvel movies in a recent memory.

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Black Panther character posters

The sensational cast of Marvel’s Black Panther took to Twitter today to unleash a plethora of really cool character posters, covering just about every single person in the film. Marvel doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to posters, but these are pretty great. Check them out below.

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American Gangster prequel

One would think that if a director as big as Ridley Scott made a movie with actors like Denzel Washington, Russell Crowe, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Josh Brolin, it would have had more of a lasting impact on the collective psyche of the moviegoing public. But it’s been 10 years since American Gangster came out, and it’s been just about that long since I’ve seen or heard anyone mention it. It’s not a super memorable film, but that isn’t stopping a successful TV creator from writing an American Gangster prequel series with Oscar-winning actor Forest Whitaker (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) attached to play a real-life gangster.
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