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    Jonás Cuarón to Direct Bad Bunny in ‘El Muerto’

    Among the many superhero films that are in the hopper, you might be forgiven for not having El Muerto on the top of your list. At the same time, the Bad Bunny led movie is only one interesting filmmaker away from making it far more intriguing. Well, word came out yesterday about who will be […] More

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    ‘Avengers: Secret Wars’ Taps Michael Waldron to Pen the Epic Marvel Showdown

    The next two Avengers films are beginning to staff up. We already know that Jeff Loveness will write Avengers; The Kang Dynasty, with Destin Daniel Cretton on hand to direct. Following that movie, the next big event will conclude with the sure to be epic Avengers: Secret Wars. Yesterday, word came out about who will […] More

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    Film Fest 919 Announces 2022 Program

    Today, Film Fest 919 announced their program for 2022. Of course, Joey has been a champion of this festival for a few years now, often attending, so it’s definitely one to keep an eye on. Opening the fest will be J.D. Dillard‘s Devotion, while the Closing Night pick is Rian Johnson‘s Glass Onion: A Knives […] More

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    Montclair Film Festival Announces Full 2022 Program

    This afternoon, the 2022 Montclair Film Festival has announced its full program. The festival’s 11th edition will feature more than 130 movies, including She Said. That film will be receiving the David Carr Award for Truth in Filmmaking. Read on for more on Montclair. Here is the full program for the Montclair Film Festival: Today, […] More

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    73rd Annual ACE Eddie Awards Announce Their Timeline

    Moments ago, the American Cinema Editors (or ACE) announced the timeline for their 73rd annual ACE Eddie Awards. The prize has long been seen as a precursor to the Academy Award for Best Film Editing, so it’s always one to pay close attention to. More below. Here is the ACE Eddie press release: American Cinema […] More

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    ‘Le Brea’ Returns With More Chaos, Time Travel and Even The 80s

    The Harris family is back. To be more accurate they are back… in time. The family at the center of NBC’s Le Brea was separated across centuries in time after a massive sinkhole ripped open Los Angeles. The second season starts with Eve (Natalie Zea) reeling about her son, Josh (Jack Martin), who mistakenly entered […] More

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    BAFTA is Ending its Britannia Awards

    A little bit of awards news from yesterday to pass on. For those who don’t know, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (better known as BAFTA), which has had a long tradition of holding the Britannia Awards in Los Angeles. There, they would honor filmmakers stateside. Well, that’s about to change, as you’re […] More

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    Double Exposure 2022 Announces Their Lineup

    Documentary fans, here is another festival to keep an eye on. Double Exposure is a fest centered on investigative documentaries, making their Opening Night selection, Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s The Grab, an obvious pick. So too is their Closing Night selection, Matthew Heineman’s Retrograde. Read on for more below. Here now is the lineup: Double Exposure announces the 11 investigative […] More

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    ‘LOTR: The Rings of Power’ Episodes 3 & 4 and The ‘Verse! Confessions

    We continue our discussion of Amazon Prime Video’s Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. Tune in for a rich conversation between Lord of the Rings noobs, lovers, and “always extended edition” obsessors. Where do you fall on the spectrum and what do you think of the show? After MUCH deliberation, we also unveil […] More

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