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    Film Review: ‘Oxygen’ Will Leave You Breathless

    Waking up in a medical cryo unit with no memory of who she is or how she got here, Elizabeth Hansen (Mélanie Laurent) discovers that her oxygen is running low, and the medical AI in charge of the pod (voiced by Mathieu Amalric) won’t let her out. This is the simple premise of the new suspense […] More

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    Boyd Holbrook and Shaunette Renée Wilson Join the Next ‘Indiana Jones’

    The next installment in the Indiana Jones franchise has added two more to its already impressive cast list. Joining the previously announced Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Mads Mikkelsen (and, of course, Harrison Ford) in the cast are now Boyd Holbrook and Shaunette Renée Wilson, according to Deadline.  With production set to begin this summer for the July 29, 2022 release, expect to see more potential casting news […] More

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    ‘The Northman’ Sets a 2022 Releasee Date

    Fans of Viking thrillers get excited, because Focus Features has set the date for their release of Robert Eggers’ new movie The Northman. Unfortunately, it’s going to be a little bit of a longer wait than some might like to hear. The film from the man behind The Witch and The Lighthouse will hit theaters on April 8, 2022.  The Northman is […] More

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    Marvel’s ‘Secret Invasion’ Reveals Its Directors

    Marvel and Disney+ have set the directors for their next MCU streaming series. The Hollywood Reporter released the news today that Thomas Bezucha (Let Him Go) and Ali Selim (The Looming Tower) will be taking on directing duties for Secret Invasion.  Plot details are being kept close to the Marvel vest for now, although the casting of Ben Mendelsohn (who played the Skull character […] More

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    Buzz On The Venice Film Festival Teases a Possible ‘Dune’ Premiere

    The only major festival last year to pull off an in-person event post-lockdown is unsurprisingly ready for a full-fledged festival experience again this year. Venice Film Festival has announced that their September 1-11 schedule this year is all set to run as a full experience with hundreds of journalists and dozens of representatives from films […] More

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    ‘Friends: The Reunion’ Sets a Streaming Date of May 27th

    It’s ‘The One with the Reunion We Never Thought Would Happen’, and it’s finally here!  With news that the Friends reunion special for HBO Max was shooting recently, it was a matter of time before a release date would be announced, but who could have guessed that it would be happening so soon?  HBO Max has today […] More

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    Kathryn Hahn is the Latest to Join the ‘Knives Out’ Sequel

    We were sort of joking at first about this week looking like we would see a new Knives Out sequel cast member revealed each day, but now it looks like that actually is what the strategy is for the star-studded Netflix film.  With Daniel Craig already established to return in a new mystery for his Benoit Blanc character from Rian […] More

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    ‘The Card Counter’ Gets a Release Date from Focus Features

    After finally earning his first Oscar nomination for his screenplay for 2018’s First Reformed, all eyes were on how filmmaker Paul Schrader would follow up that career high point.  He quickly announced his next project would be The Card Counter, a revenge thriller starring Oscar Isaac. The official synopsis for the film describes it as  such: “Tell (Isaac) just wants to […] More

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    2022 Sundance Film Festival Announces Dates for a Hybrid Fest

    While many festivals struggled with figuring out an effective way of adjusting to the state of the world amidst the COVID pandemic, the Sundance Film Festival in 2021 was able to crack the code and create an event that everyone was satisfied with.  With that level of success, it’s no surprise that the Sundance Institute […] More

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    ‘Jungle Cruise’ Floats Over to Disney+

    Disney must be feeling good about the way that their Premier Access strategy has been working out for films like Mulan and Raya and the Last Dragon, as the studio has added another of their tentpole upcoming projects to the roster of films getting this treatment.  Initially scheduled as a purely theatrical release, the Mouse House has announced […] More

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    Interview: Mads Mikkelsen and Anders Thomas Jensen Talk ‘Riders of Justice’ and Their 20+ Year Collaboration

    After winning an Oscar for his 1998 short film Election Night, Danish director Anders Thomas Jensen moved into feature filmmaking with his debut, 2000’s Flickering Lights. That action comedy starred a young Mads Mikkelsen, setting in motion a collaboration that would still be going strong 20 years later.  From The Green Butchers to Men & Chicken, Mikkelsen has acted in every single one […] More

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