Tag: Movies

Jon Favreau Says It’s ‘A Matter Of Time’ Before ‘The Mandalorian’ Characters End Up In ‘Star Wars’ Movies

The Mandalorian has earned rave reviews from Star Wars fans through its first few episodes on Disney+ for a variety of reasons. Baby Yoda is one of them, and rightfully so. But another is that the Jon Favreau-created show is one of the few TV productions based on a big screen property that looks and […]

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What’s On Tonight: ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ Leads So Much Christmas Programming

If nothing in this listing fits your mood tonight, please check out our guide to What You Should Watch On Streaming Right Now. A Charlie Brown Christmas (ABC, 8:00 p.m.) — As is established Christmas tradition following the Thanksgiving holiday, the animated classic from 1965 returns. Charlie Brown, the central character in Charles Schulz’s long-running […]

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‘The Two Popes’ Is A Surprisingly Affecting Buddy Comedy About Men In Bejeweled Capes

In The Two Popes — it’s hard not to wish the title was just “Two Popes,” a la 2 Guns — director Fernando Meirelles (City of God) uses walls as a recurring visual motif. This is a story about a clash of papal personalities — Jorge Bergoglio, aka Good Pope, the future Pope Francis, who […]

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Disney’s New ‘Mulan’ Remake Trailer Is Dead Serious About Bringing The Warrior Action To Life

Disney’s stable of remakes might not be everyone’s spinning cup of tea, but the studio could never be accused of simply replicating their past efforts. This year alone, people flocked to the multiplex for Will Smith’s blue genie in Aladdin and were both thrilled and weirded out by the photorealistic use of CGI in The […]

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Arissa Le Brock, Daughter of Steven Seagal, Is Trying Out For WWE

A group of aspiring WWE Superstars is trying out at the Performance Center this week, and one of them is Arissa Le Brock, daughter of actor and martial artist Steven Seagal and actress and model Kelly LeBrock. News of Le Brock’s tryout first emerged via Squared Circle Sirens, and Le Brock later posted about it […]

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Tom Holland’s Drunken Phone Call With Disney’s CEO Helped Keep Spider-Man In The MCU

Spider-Man is one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe‘s most popular superheroes, which made Marvel Studios and Sony’s shocking “impasse” earlier this year all the more, well, shocking. It appeared as if we had seen the last of Spidey in the MCU following Spider-Man: Far From Home, but the two megalithic companies were able to settle […]

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Should College Be Free?

Listen and subscribe to our podcast from your mobile device: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | RadioPublic | Stitcher Should public colleges be tuition-free? Should student loan debt be forgiven? This week on “The Argument,” the columnists discuss Pete Buttigieg’s criticisms of his more liberal Democratic rivals’ plans to reduce the costs of […]

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Florence Pugh, Saoirse Ronan and Eliza Scanlen Can’t Believe ‘Friends’ Spoiled ‘Little Women’ (Exclusive)

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Daisy Ridley Opened Up About Shooting Certain ‘Rise Of Skywalker’ Scenes After Carrie Fisher’s Death

It’s been nearly three years since Carrie Fisher’s sudden passing, but her screen self has lived on in death. The Last Jedi, featuring her last full performance, was released the subsequent December, and she’s even in The Rise of Skywalker, which was originally supposed to feature her prominently. How? A very simple form of movie […]

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Todd Phillips Originally Pitched ‘Joker’ As One Of Three Movies To Warner Bros.

Not only has Joker been a huge box office success for Warner Bros., but it has reportedly reinvigorated the studio’s DC Comics arm to the extent that, along with the financial successes of Wonder Woman and Aquaman, all of its post-Justice League plans have changed dramatically. Joker has also done wonders critically, as both Joaquin […]

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An All-Star Cast Of Marvel Players Will Celebrate Stan Lee’s Legacy In An Upcoming TV Special

A little over a year after Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee died at the age of 95, the co-creator of so many well-known comic book superheroes (and the star of countless MCU cameos) will be celebrated in an upcoming television special on ABC. In a press release from the Disney-owned broadcast network and Marvel, details […]

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Young Sheldon, Meet SpongeBob: CBS and Viacom Are Back Together

After more than a decade apart, CBS and Viacom are reuniting. In a deal that closed on Wednesday, the CBS Corporation, the company behind the broadcast network CBS and the publisher Simon & Schuster, merged with Viacom, the owner of Paramount Pictures and the cable outlets MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central. The combination brings together […]

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The First Trailer For Disney’s ‘Togo’ Pits Willem Dafoe And His Dogs Against The Alaskan Wilds

Before the Thanksgiving holiday, Walt Disney Co. subsidiary 20th Century Fox released the first trailer for its upcoming Jack London adaptation The Call of the Wild, which features a grizzled Harrison Ford and a completely CGI dog. “Digital fur technology” notwithstanding, the movie looks like a bit of a fun romp, to be sure, but […]

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Oscar Isaac Really Wants Finn And Poe To Be Gay In ‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’

If you spend enough time on Tumblr, or Twitter, or anywhere with Star Wars content on the internet, really, you’ll come across an impassioned plea to let Poe Dameron and Finn be who they’re truly meant to be: boyfriends. It’s something Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy has considered, but what’s to consider? Star Wars has been […]

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We Made The Lum’s Beer-Steamed Chili Dog From ‘The Irishman’

The Irishman has been making waves since it dropped on Netflix over Thanksgiving weekend. People are raving. The movie is winning awards. Everyone’s trying to figure out how to break up the extremely long runtime. I was swept up in all the excitement as well and watched the film when it dropped (in two seatings). […]

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Does Florence Pugh’s ‘Black Widow’ Character, Yelena Belova, Signal An MCU Development?

The upcoming Black Widow standalone movie (which arrives on May 30) received a teaser trailer that shows off much of the movie’s hand-to-hand combat, which Marvel Studios previewed at D23, involving the super-spy/assassin. Overall, it looks like Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff leads a solid action picture, even if Taskmaster’s getup looks a little sketchball (or […]

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‘The Irishman’ Has Been Named The Best Film Of 2019 By The National Board of Review

Over the last few months, legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese has been a point of contention among the most powerful audience in movies right now: fans of comic book movies. But there’s one group that hasn’t turned their back on him: cinephiles. The beginning of December is semi-formally the official beginning of awards season, when awards […]

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‘Planet Of The Apes’ Is Being Rebooted Again, This Time By The Director Of ‘The Maze Runner’

Franchises are like the War Boys in Mad Max: Fury Road: They live, they die, then they live again. It’s been less than three years ago since, despite glowing reviews, War of the Planet of the Apes — the threequel to the last reboot of the classic series — underperformed enough to almost certainly put […]

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‘The Rise Of Skywalker‘ Co-Writer Chris Terrio On Bringing Back Palpatine And Lando

Chris Terrio, along with J.J. Abrams, co-wrote a movie coming out later this month called Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. We spoke to Terrio by phone to ask him a whole bunch of questions, like when it was decided to bring back fan favorites Emperor Palpatine and Lando Calrissian. (Also, yes, we asked if […]

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Rami Malek’s Bond Villain Steps Out With A First-Look Character Poster For ‘No Time To Die’

Bond 25 will finally arrive on April 8, long after the start of a troubled production. Cary Fukanaga managed to smooth out some scheduling bumps, it seems, after stepping in as director for Danny Boyle, who swore off franchises after his experience on the film. Daniel Craig also landed a substantial injury during another production […]

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