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“Ad Astra” is the Ultimate Sad Astronaut Movie [Review]

“Ad Astra” is the Ultimate Sad Astronaut Movie [Review]

Do we get one big Astronaut movie from Hollywood every year now? It’s starting to feel that way. Ad Astra is the latest major studio movie about the perils of going into outer space. It’s a big serious movie that’s as much a character study as it is a space thriller about saving the world. […]

New "Ford v Ferrari" Trailer Teases a Hell of a Race

New “Ford v Ferrari” Trailer Teases a Hell of a Race

There were a lot of awesome movies that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival but one of the movies that got a lot of critical acclaim is the 20th Century Fox racing movie Ford v Ferarri. Ever since the Fox and Disney deal went through its been a bit of an underwhelming year. However, […]

“Treadstone”: USA Network’s Jason Bourne Spinoff Series “Awakens” [PREVIEW]

USA Network‘s Treadstone is ready to be “awakened” in October, and now the Jason Bourne franchise spinoff series is giving fans an official trailer and images for the spy thriller drama, stemming from Heroes creator Tim Kring and Universal Cable Productions (UCP). Treadstone explores the origin story and present-day actions of a CIA black ops program known as […]



SNL’s Brexit Sketch Was Weirdest, Most Unexpected Thing They Ever Did

Near the end of NBC‘s Saturday Night Live (SNL) winter finale, we were treated to the last thing I ever expected them to do: a sketch about Brexit. This is unexpected. My first thought was, “Why would they do this?” Most Americans don’t know or care about Brexit. They don’t think Brexit would have any meaningful impact […]


Showtime Orders Kevin Bacon Crime Drama ‘City On A Hill’ to Series

Kevin Bacon (The Following, I Love Dick) and Showtime are heading back to the brutal streets of early ’90s Boston in City On A Hill, a 12-episode crime drama series co-starring Underground‘s Aldis Hodge. Written by Chuck MacLean (Boston Strangler) from an original idea by Ben Affleck (Good Will Hunting); and directed by Michael Cuesta […]

[#CinemaCon 2018] Ocean’s 8 Lets You ‘Join The Dream Scheme’ with New Standee

With the National Association of Theatre Owners’ (NATO) CinemaCon getting underway at the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, we’re getting a lot of very cool new advertising and promotional materials for a huge slate of upcoming films. Case in point: this promotional standee for photots for Ocean’s 8 – the comedy-action caper starring Sandra Bullock, Cate […]

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Halt and Catch Fire’s Mark O’Brien Cast In Showtime Pilot City On A Hill

Halt and Catch Fire‘s Mark O’Brien is wasting no time getting back to work, following up his three-season run on the critically acclaimed AMC series with a series regular role opposite Aldis Hodge (Straight Outta Compton, Underground) and Kevin Bacon (The Following, I Love Dick) in Showtime’s drama pilot City on a Hill. Executive produced by Ben […]

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Ben Affleck And J.J. Abrams Unveil The Terrific Ten On Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Last night was Jimmy Kimmel‘s 50th birthday. Now, I’ve known of Kimmel since he debuted as the “Jimmy the Sports Guy” on the L.A. area radio station KROQ with Kevin and Bean along with Adam Carrolla as “Mr. Birchum”. Watching him rise from radio morning show regular to a guy with a few cable shows […]

‘Too Many Stars’ Crowd Jon Stewart In Promo For HBO Autism Event

On November 18, comedian and one -time “America’s most trusted newsman” Jon Stewart hopes you find autism a laughing matter. Because on that night, Stewart and a line-up of celebrity friends from across movies, television and music team up for HBO’s Night of Too Many Stars: America Unites for Autism Programs. Created by comedy writer and […]


Report: Doug Liman “Wasn’t Feeling” Channing Tatum’s Gambit

In a revelation that we’re doing our best to understand, director Doug Liman revealed why he walked away from directing Channing Tatum’s Gambit movie last year. With Liman set to direct Justice League Dark for DC, you might think that Liman jumping ship was a shifting of superhero cinematic universe loyalties, but, in fact, it […]


‘The Great Wall’ Is Pretty Armor Within A Boring Story And Garbage CGI

The Great Wall might have amazing armor designs and decent cinematography but it can’t escape the 90’s era CGI or the basic story. Director: Yimou Zhang Summary: European mercenaries searching for black powder become embroiled in the defense of the Great Wall of China against a horde of monstrous creatures. There are several reasons that […]

Behind-The-Scenes Of The Great Wall With Zhang Yimou

Universal Pictures has released three new behind-the-scenes videos for The Great Wall. The story of European mercenaries searching for black powder who become embroiled in the defense of the Great Wall of China against a horde of monstrous creatures. The featurettes take a look inside filming, focuses on director Zhang Yimou and talks about shooting in […]

Great Wall Star Matt Damon Whitesplains Whitewashing

Since the very first poster for The Great Wall starring Matt Damon was first released, the film has been criticized as yet another example of “whitewashing,” the process of casting white actors in non-white roles. Other recent examples of the practice include Marvel casting Tilda Swinton as The Ancient One in Doctor Strange, though some reports claimed that […]

Matt Damon’s Great Wall Movie Releases Epic Length Trailer

Well if nothing else the ambivalently awaited fantasy film, The Great Wall, has achieved one amazing feat – it’s released a trailer that’s probably the first to run longer than Cloud Atlas‘ 5 minute, 42 second trailer back in 2012. With an overall length of 8 minutes and 58 seconds, and assuming that it’s a […]