dead to me season 3

The dark, shocking, and hilarious series Dead to Me will return for a third and final season. The Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini series from creator Liz Feldman will end its run just as Netflix signs a multi-year partnership with Feldman to creature future Netflix originals series to come. Dead to Me season 1 debuted in May 2019, while season 2 arrived in May of this year.

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dead to me season 2 trailer new

Dead to Me, one of the better Netflix originals, is returning for an all-new season of twists and turns. Season 1 ended with a shocking murder, and it looks like season 2 is going to be dealing directly with the fallout of that crime. Just like season 1, it looks like season 2 is going to be a blend of comedy and anxiety. Watch the Dead To Me season 2 trailer below.

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dead to me season 2 teaser

Dead to Me is one of Netflix’s best original shows – a darkly comedic series filled with twists that you definitely won’t see coming, and two great lead performances courtesy of Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini. Netflix gave the show a second season, and now we finally know when we’ll be able to see it: next month. A Dead to Me season 2 trailer gives us the tiniest of glimpses of what to come while also revealing a premiere date.

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Dead to Me Trailer

Dealing with the death of a loved one is always difficult. But after Jen (Christina Applegate) loses her husband in the new Netflix series Dead to Me, her cynical attitude and grim sense of humor doesn’t jibe well with the touchy feely remorse that everyone around her is feeling. Thankfully, an unlikely friend arrives at a grief support group in the form of Judy (Linda Cardellini). However, the friendship suddenly becomes a bit of a red flag when it’s revealed that Judy has a dark past and seems to be hiding a big secret. Will Jen care about this revelation when Judy is the only one who makes her feel like she’s not losing her mind? Watch the Dead to Me trailer below. Read More »

Before he gets behind the camera of The Conjuring 3, director Michael Chaves is working with producer James Wan on a different horror project. Chaves is making his feature directorial debut with The Curse of La Llorona, a film that riffs on the classic Mexican folk tale of The Weeping Woman, a mother who kills her own children in a jealous fit of rage and subsequently preys on other children to replace her own.

Today, Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema have unveiled the first trailer. Check it out below.
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Austin Found trailer

Kidnapping is normally no laughing matter, but in co-writer/director Will Raee’s upcoming comedy Austin Found, he’s gathered a stellar cast that he hopes will make you forget about real-world problems for a while and just watch a bunch of idiots try to get away with a small-town crime. With names like Linda Cardellini (Freaks and Geeks), Craig Robinson (The Office), Chris Parnell (Saturday Night Live), Matt Jones (Breaking Bad), Patrick Warburton (A Series of Unfortunate Events), and Kristen Schaal (The Last Man on Earth) on board, chances are pretty good that you’ll at least crack a smile seeing their antics play out on screen.

Check out the first Austin Found trailer below.
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Bloodline season 3 first look

Netflix has announced that Bloodline will return for its third and final season on May 26. The last time we saw the Rayburn family, they hit an all-time low. Season two ended with John Rayburn (Kyle Chandler) running away – something we never would’ve expected from the once well-respected cop and family man. John has crawled his way out of some deep holes in the past, but maybe John and the Rayburn family will finally implode in season 3.

Below, check out the Bloodline season 3 first look.

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John Lee Hancock interview

The Founder doesn’t resemble the often feel-good stories of some of John Lee Hancock‘s previous films, such as Saving Mr. BanksThe Rookie, or The Blind Side. At the end of the day, this is a story of the good guys losing. Depending on who you ask, there’s little that’s inspiring about Ray Kroc’s (Michael Keaton) success story.

The Founder is a biopic that doesn’t champion, idolize, or demonize its subject; it’s a warts-and-all portrait of an unimaginative but ambitious (or greedy) man with a hunger for success. He achieved the American dream by destroying Dick (Nick Offerman) and Mac McDonald’s (John Carroll Lynch) dream. They’re the heroes of the story — always pure in their intentions — but they don’t come out on top.

In one thrilling sequence, Mac explains how McDonald’s got started over dinner. It’s a lengthy, dialogue-heavy scene that communicates history and backstory, helps strengthen Dick and Mac’s loving relationship, and moves along at such a fast pace. This scene, which was written by Robert D. Siegel (The Wrestler), is where we began our recent conversation with Hancock.

Below, check out our John Lee Hancock interview.

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‘Bloodline’ Will End After Season Three

bloodline cancelled

This news is unfortunate. Back in July, Netflix ordered a third season of Bloodline, but that third season will also be the last we see of the deeply troubled Rayburn family. The streaming service has decided to end the series, despite creators and executive producers Todd A. Kessler, Glenn Kessler, and Daniel Zelman‘s hope to make five or six seasons of the drama.

Below, learn more about the Bloodline cancellation.

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the founder trailer

Originally, director John Lee Hancock‘s The Founder was scheduled to open in theaters this August. Only a few short weeks before its opening, The Weinstein Company has had a change of heart. Instead of playing as counterprogramming next month, the biopic about McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) has been postponed to awards season. The film will now open in limited release on December 16th.

Below, learn more about The Founder release date.

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