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    Film Review: ‘Jackass Forever’ Stays Consistent with Its Predecessors

    Understandably, there’s a certain amount of hesitancy going into franchise films nowadays with the massive amount of IP released out by Hollywood annually (especially with something released earlier in the year). However, with 2022’s Jackass Forever, the newest and most shocking addition to the now decades established Jackass franchise is a breath of fresh air. […] More

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    AFI Announces 2021 Award Honors

    Awards season is in full swing with the American Film Institute (AFI) announcing their picks for the best of the year in American television and film. The ten honorees for each category are awarded for being “culturally and artistically representative of this year’s most significant achievements of art and the moving image.” As always, it’s […] More

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    Steven Spielberg’s Coming of Age Tale ‘The Fabelmans’ Gets 2022 Release Date

    With the release of West Side Story later this week, news has turned to the filmmaker’s next movie. Universal Studios announced today that Steven Spielberg‘s and Amblin‘s newest film, based on his own life, will be released Thanksgiving weekend next year. The Fabelmans, which started filming this summer, features Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Paul Dano […] More

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    Shang-Chi Sequel in the Works with Destin Daniel Cretton

    After taking over the domestic box office and becoming an audience hit, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is getting a sequel. Destin Daniel Cretton, director of the first film, has signed a deal with Marvel Studios to direct and write a sequel. Star, Simu Liu, will return. This deal also includes the […] More

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    2021 NYFCC Results Surprise with ‘Drive My Car’

    While not always the best predictor for the Oscars, the New York Film Critics Circle (NYFCC) is one of the first critics groups to make their picks for the best of the year. The Gotham Awards and National Board of Review have come out with their awards thus far, naming films The Lost Daughter and […] More

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    A New ‘Magic Mike’ Sequel in the Works at HBO Max

    Big news today for Magic Mike fans. Six years following the release of Magic Mike XXL, Steven Soderbergh returns to direct the third and possibly final installment in the Magic Mike franchise. Magic Mike’s Last Dance, as it will be called, also will see the return of Channing Tatum in the title role and Reid […] More

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    Mel Gibson Will Direct ‘Lethal Weapon 5’

    Following four films and a mildly successful 2016 television reboot, Lethal Weapon is yet again returning to the public eye. Mel Gibson, the controversial star of the film series, is set to direct the film. After a 23 year hiatus, the franchise will continue under Gibson’s direction as revealed in The Sun at a press […] More

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    People’s Choice Awards Nominees Include ‘Black Widow’ and ‘F9’

    The 2021 People’s Choice Awards announced their nominations early Wednesday morning. These awards have no bearing on the Oscar season as a whole, but they do give general audiences a chance to vote on their favorite new movies, music and television of the year. Included in the nominations are films such as Black Widow, F9: […] More

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    2021 IDA Documentary Feature Shortlist Revealed

    After 748 submissions from 33 countries, the International Documentary Association revealed their 2021 awards shortlists. Though only up to 10 nominees will be selected, this year’s lineup comprises 29 features and 17 shorts. Within that crop of documentaries, acclaimed hits such as Summer of Soul and Flee made the cut, while NatGeo’s Fauci was snubbed. […] More

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    ‘Blonde’ To Be Released as NC-17 Film

    After a delay of the Marilyn Monroe biopic, Blonde, into 2020, it is being reported that Netflix is allowing director Andrew Dominik to see his vision for the film enter the world. Supposedly, Dominik will get his final cut of the movie released. The cut in question is said to be NC-17, at least in […] More

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    Interview: Cinematographer Paula Huidobro Discusses Her Work on ‘Coda’

    After premiering at the Sundance Film Festival (Joey’s Sundance rave is here), potential awards favorite in Coda has now premiered on Apple TV+. The acclaimed film, which initially saw its release at Sundance, follows a teenager who lives with her deaf parents and brother. As someone who can hear, she has a relationship with her […] More

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