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NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service, much like WarnerMedia’s HBO Max, launched in the United States without the support of Roku or Amazon Fire devices, making it difficult for a lot of TV and movie fans to access the services. Leading into the weekend, things were getting even more tumultuous between Universal and Roku, and there was
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Simu Liu, who will soon enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe as master martial artist Shang-Chi, is “over the moon” about Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany landing the lead role in Marvel Studios series She-Hulk. Liu’s feature film, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and Maslany’s She-Hulk, a live-action series set at Disney+ about
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In the year 2003, Jon Favreau was still making his transition from raunchy comedy actor in films like Swingers and Very Bad Things to behind-the-camera director. Fresh off his crime comedy made, he delivered his sophomore effort in a little Christmas movie known as Elf. Arriving in theaters right after actor Will Ferrell had departed
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The initial estimates for Mulan are in, and while the movie might be struggling in its theatrical run internationally, it seems to have scored and absolutely massive “opening weekend” on Disney+. According to the analytics research firm 7Park Data, more than 25% of U.S. households that subscribe to Disney+ sprung for the $30 price tag
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Marvel’s solo Black Widow movie is currently set to arrive in theaters in November, becoming the first film from Marvel Studios to debut since the record-breaking Avengers: Endgame last spring. The film was originally supposed to bow back in May, and there is still some doubt that it will actually be released in November, but
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Comic book movies have a reputation for balancing out their intense action with hilarious exchanges between their heroes and villains, though star of both 2016’s Suicide Squad and the upcoming The Suicide Squad Joel Kinnaman recently detailed just how funny the upcoming film is, due in large part to the comedic sensibilities of filmmaker James
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Black Widow is on the cover of the new issue of Total Film magazine. Some are wondering if the next Marvel Studios movie will follow Wonder Woman 1984‘s example and push its release date back again. Others believe Marvel should release the movie on demand. Thus far, Disney is sticking to its current November release
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Kristen Wiig says that Cheetah and Diana’s friendship complicates matters in Wonder Woman 1984. It’s become clear from the film’s trailer and released stills that the two women share some sort of a bond. But, the actress’s latest comment shows that they work together and that forms the bedrock of their relationship. However, because she’s
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Disney+’s roster of original films has evolved into some interesting directions over the past few months, especially with the release of Hamilton and the Premier Access debut of Mulan. The fledgling streaming platform still has some hits in the pipeline, and we’ve got our latest look at what that will entail. Disney+ recently released the
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The COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the film industry is continuing to be felt, as blockbuster movies try to figure out how to keep on schedule and restart production again amid the virus’ spread. According to a new report, Marvel’s upcoming third Spider-Man movie might be the latest to be hit with a setback. The Direct
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Throughout the history of cinema, monsters have taken all shapes and forms, though few actors are as intrinsically linked with the genre as Boris Karloff, whose career includes playing Frankenstein’s Monster, The Mummy, and a number of other horror roles. To celebrate the actor’s accomplishments, the upcoming documentary Boris Karloff: The Man Behind the Monster
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Apple TV+ has been providing viewers with some buzzworthy movies and TV series over the past year, including awards-nominated content like The Morning Show and Dickinson. The latest original title to be joining the platform will be the animated film Wolfwalkers — and now we have a first look at how breathtaking it will be.
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A Twitter account dedicated to promoting “The Ayer Cut” — David Ayer‘s purported extended director’s cut of Suicide Squad — has recruited a trio of actors from DC productions to help get out the message. Ray Porter, who portrays Darkseid in Zack Snyder’s Justice League, is joined by Bethany Brown, who played Null on The
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