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‘Star Wars’: Watch Epic New ‘The Last Jedi’ Trailer

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The new trailer for the much-anticipated Star Wars: The Last Jedi has arrived. The latest preview for Episode VIII in the new Star Wars trilogy during ESPN’s Monday Night Football broadcast. The latest preview opens with a look into Kylo Ren’s turn to the Dark Side as Supreme Leader Snoke, a shadowy evil in The Read More

Harvey Weinstein Fired by Weinstein Company Board, Brother

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After allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein made headlines this week, the Weinstein Company’s board of directors have announced his termination. Weinstein was notified of the decision today via e-mail, according to The New York Times, which reported that his brother, board member Bob Weinstein, was one of the signatories. Read More

See ‘Justice League’ Form to Honor Superman in New Trailer

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Fresh off Wonder Woman hosting Saturday Night Live, Warner Bros. has unveiled the latest trailer for Justice League, the DC Cinematic Universe’s superhero blockbuster. As opposed to previous Justice League previews, the latest trailer is distinct in that it puts Henry Cavill’s Superman front-and-center instead of simply teasing his presence. Here, Clark Kent is shown Read More

‘Walking Out’ Review: Survivalist Story Hits the Father-Son Sweet Spot

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What if Jack London wrote rugged nature tales about his father issues? Filmmakers Alex and Andrew J. Smith’s drama is an adaption of a short story from travel writer David Quammen, but you can clearly see the influence – and could easily imagine the Call of the Wild author seeing their male weepie about a Read More

‘Una’ Review: Adaptation of Controversial Broadway Play Dulls Its Sting

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Ray (Ben Mendelsohn) runs a British manufacturing plant; he’s also a pedophile who seduced a neighbor, named Una, when he was 40 and she was only 13. When the now-adult young woman (an emotionally raw Rooney Mara) pays the older man a surprise visit at his workplace, there are 15 years of silence and recrimination Read More

John Legend to Produce Olympics Human Rights Salute Documentary

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Singer John Legend and actor Jesse Williams are teaming to executive produce a documentary on Olympic gold medalist and former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tommie Smith, Deadline reports. With Drawn Arms will be co-directed by conceptual artist Glenn Kaino and Afshin Shahidi, who was Prince’s cinematographer and photographer. “We are excited to collaborate with true Read More

‘The Mountain Between Us’ Review: Survivalist Romance Is Less Disaster Movie, More Disaster

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There are films that rely on the screen presence of charismatic leads – and then there’s the sort of cinematic slush piles of chick-flick torture porn that no amount of star power can keep from becoming an endurance test. You get one guess which category the high-altitude soap opera The Mountain Between Us falls into. Read More

‘Brawl in Cell Block 99’ Review: Vince Vaughn Gets Nasty in Brutal, Batshit Prison Flick

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Say “Vince Vaughn,” and what’s the first image that comes up? His “you’re so money” suit-wearing Swingers alpha male? His heroic environmentalist-slash-shutterbug in the first Jurassic Park sequel? Maybe your go-to Vaughn is The Break-Up–era bloated version that graced tabloid covers and Jennifer Aniston’s beach pics, or the smarmy comic Casanova of Wedding Crashers? Forget Read More

‘The Florida Project’ Review: ‘One of the Best Movies on Childhood Ever’

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Willem Dafoe should be on top of Oscar’s Best Supporting Actor list for his stellar work in The Florida Project, a film that’s as hilarious and heartbreaking as it is unclassifiable. The actor’s soul-deep performance as Bobby, a motel manager working the low-rent fringes of Orlando’s theme-park “paradise,” is alert to every nuance, and his Read More

‘Bob’s Burgers’ Heads to Big Screen With 2020 Movie

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Fox’s beloved animated series Bob’s Burgers will stretch itself out for a feature-length film slated to arrive July 2020. Just days after the cartoon’s eighth season debuted, Fox announced plans to “redouble our family and animation efforts” by producing a Bob’s Burgers movie, Deadline reports. “We’re thrilled to be invited to bring Bob’s Burgers to Read More