Todd McFarlane Says His ‘Spawn’ Movie Is Still Happening, Teases Big New Star

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Todd McFarlane is fighting a perception that his Spawn movie, the one reportedly starring Jamie Foxx, has gone off the rails and even lost...
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Matt Reeves ‘The Batman’ To Explore The Psychology Of Bruce Wayne

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When it comes to a character like Batman, who has been covered multiple times in every medium possible it can be understandably tough to...

Josh Brolin Is Cable, And He Wants To Keep It That Way

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There are a few unwritten rules in big-time comic book movies, one of the most concrete is that you only get cast once, so...

Theater Owners “Confident” Following Stimulus Aid To Struggling Movie Industry

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I'm loathed to call the $2 trillion bill making its way through Congress a "stimulus", but it is indeed a massive spending package meant...

Review: Netflix’s “The Letter For The King”Starring: Amir Wilson, Ruby Ashbourne Serkis, Thaddea Graham...

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While Game of Thrones is the first thing that comes to mind for most people when you mention medieval fantasy TV series the truth is...

Cannes Officially Postpones This Year’s FestivalPossible Dates In June And July Being Considered

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With so many events being delayed or canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and no clear end to it in sight, we're beginning to...

Tom Holland Reveals ‘Spider-Man 3’ Will Shoot In July

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Don't cry for Tom Holland, sure his venture into the land of Pixar, Onward fell flat last weekend but he's far from hurting because of...

Review: ‘Spenser Confidential’Mark Wahlberg And Winston Duke Rampage Through Boston

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Marky Mark is back protecting the streets of Boston in the new Netflix action flick Spenser Confidential. Spenser (Mark Wahlberg) is finally out of...

‘Connected’ Trailer: A Tech-Obsessed Family Faces A Robot Uprising in Lord & Miller’s Latest

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Sony have a pretty good reason to put their faith in Phil Lord and Chris Miller, who had their first huge hit with the...

Box Office: ‘The Invisible Man’ Opens Eyes With $49M Worldwide

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1. The Invisible Man (review)- $29M Blumhouse and Universal's horror reimagining The Invisible Man made itself quite seen with a $29M domestic debut, part of...