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    Final Trailer for ‘Black Widow’ Teases A Deeper Exploration of Natasha Romanoff’s Origins

    The marketing campaign for Black Widow has officially begun again, now that Disney has announced last week the film would have a simultaneous hybrid release, both in theaters and on Disney+ (with an additional fee).  This final trailer mixes old footage from the previous appearances by Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) in the MCU, culminating with […] More

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    ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Episode Three Recap: “Power Broker”

    *Warning: This article contains spoilers for episode three of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier* We’re already at mid-season of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier–and its latest episode, “Power Broker” is the series’ best one yet, as it not only further develops the story, but the character relationships between Sam (Anthony Mackie), Bucky (Sebastian […] More

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    Seth Rogen Joins New Steven Spielberg Film Loosely Based on His Childhood

    Seth Rogen as Steven Spielberg‘s uncle? It’s happening. Deadline reports that Rogen is set to join Michelle Williams in an untitled picture from Amblin Entertainment, directed by Spielberg loosely based on the director’s childhood in Arizona. Williams has already been confirmed to play a role inspired by Spielberg’s mom, while Rogen will be playing Spielberg’s […] More

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    Emerald Fennell Set to Write ‘Zatanna’ for DC Films and Bad Robot

    Promising Young Woman writer/director Emerald Fennell has found her next project. According to Deadline, Fennell is set to write the screenplay for DC’s upcoming Zatanna movie, co-produced by J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions, through their deal with Warner Brothers.  Zatanna is a highly popular DC comics hero and has been portrayed in the DC Animated […] More

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    TV Review: ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Shows a Lot of Promise in the ‘New World Order’

    *Warning: This article contains light spoilers for Episode 1 of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier* After a one-week break, Marvel Studios returns with its latest Disney+ show, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which, by the look of its promotional materials, seems to be more grounded in the traditional Marvel Cinematic Universe tropes of […] More

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    Rian Johnson’s ‘Poker Face’ on Peacock to Star Natasha Lyonne

    Rian Johnson is back and is set to write, direct and produce a mystery series titled Poker Face, for NBC/Universal’s streaming service, Peacock. Russian Doll actress Natasha Lyonne will executive produce and star in the series.  No other details on the show have been given or a release date, but Johnson has said in a […] More

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    Focus Features to Release ‘Belfast’ from Kenneth Branagh on November 12th

    Focus Features has announced today that it has set the release date for Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast. The movie is hitting theaters on November 12th, almost two months after another Branagh directed film, Death on the Nile, is set for release.  Focus describes Belfast as “a poignant story of love, laughter and loss in one boy’s […] More

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    ‘Nomadland’ and ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ Win USC Scripter Awards

    The USC Libraries Board of Conductors gave out their Scripter awards yesterday, honoring the best achievements in film and television adaptations. Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland, based on the book “Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century” by Jessica Bruder won the film award, whereas Scott Frank’s “Openings” episode of Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit, based on the […] More

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    Elizabeth Banks to Direct ‘Cocaine Bear’ Film for Universal

    After her re-imagination of Charlie’s Angels, Elizabeth Banks’ next directorial project is set to adapt the true story of the Cocaine Bear for Universal Pictures and produced by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  Cocaine Bear will portray, and we kid you not, the true story of how a Black Bear […] More