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Hanks & Streep take on the government in first The Post trailer

The holiday season is so much more magical when Steven Spielberg is involved, and this year his gift to us is the Tom Hanks / Meryl Streep drama THE POST. We got our first look at the cast a few days ago, and like Paul Revere is meant a trailer was coming, and now you can watch the Spielbergian greatness above. The movie focuses on the true story of Washington Post editor Ben...
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11.08.2017
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First image from Spielberg's The Post shows Hanks & Streep in the newsroom

Steven Spielberg has been a fixture at the Oscars ever since JAWS earned a surprise nomination for Best Picture over 40 years ago, and his movies have been making waves there ever since. He will most likely have a strong presence there once again this year as he was able to crank out his latest drama, THE POST, just in time to qualify for awards. We hadn’t seen so much as a pic...
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11.01.2017
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Hanks to team with Zemeckis & Game of Thrones director for sci-fi film Bios

Tom Hanks is easily the most beloved man on earth, so who better than him to be in a movie where his character teaches a robot all about the human experience, including how to love? That’s what the people behind the movie BIOS felt, and have cast Hanks in the post-apocalyptic drama, which is set to be produced by his FOREST GUMP and CAST AWAY director, Robert Zemeckis ....
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10.27.2017
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Steve McQueen will direct a Tupac Shakur Documentary

Not long ago, we reported on the trailer release for Lionsgate's Tupac Shakur biopic ALL EYEZ ON ME. That film, schedule for a June 16, 2017 release follows Shakur from his early days in New York City to his evolution into being one of the world’s most recognized and influential voices before his untimely death at the age of 25. Against all odds, Shakur’s...
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05.09.2017
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Jessica Lange & Susan Sarandon are at each others throats in Feud trailer

As if Ryan Murphy didn't already have enough on his plate juggling American Horror Story, Scream Queens and American Crime Story, he's set to add yet another series to his increasingly full slate with Feud: Bette and Joan. The first season of his new anthology series will deal with the legendary rivalry between Joan Crawford ( Jessica Lange ) and Bette Davis ( Susan...
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02.14.2017
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The Late Late Show's James Corden joins Ocean's Eight cast

James Corden : funny man, carpool karaoke extraordinaire, and host of The Late Late Show with James Corden will be splitting his time between playing up to the night owls that tune into his variety talk-show program and joining the cast of Gary Ross ’ spin-off, OCEAN’S EIGHT, for Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures. Alongside celebrity royalty like Sandra...
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01.12.2017
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The Weinstein Company goes "too hot for TV" to help sell Carol

You've really got to hand it to those Weinsteins. They will do whatever it takes in order to drum up attentions for their movies in order to get more people to pay money to see them... and the latest motion picture to get their extra special touch is CAROL.  Now CAROL has been in theaters for a little while now, building a solid fan base for itself but hardly setting the world on...
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01.29.2016
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Finally a look at the full trailer for The People V. O.J. Simpson

To this point, all we've gotten from FX to lead into their new series AMERICAN CRIME STORY: THE PEOPLE V. O.J. SIMPSON has been various teases. However, today the cable network has chosen to unveil a 60-second trailer for the program, giving us a glimpse at the cast in each of their roles, offering up more than the courtroom action and moving into how this case affected the outside lives...
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12.02.2015
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12 Years a Slave screenwriter John Ridley to direct L.A. riots movie

A couple of months ago, there was talk that Ice Cube and his son O'Shea Jackson Jr. might be teaming up for a thriller set during the 1992 Los Angeles riots, and while the report ended up not being true , a different project about the riots is moving forward at Broad Green and Imagine Entertainment. 12 YEARS A SLAVE writer John Ridley has been set to helm the currently...
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10.13.2015
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Review: Carol

Reviewed from New York Film Festival 2015 PLOT: In 1950s New York, two women, one a married housewife, the other a young woman without many prospects, find each other at a crucial juncture in both of their lives. Their subsequent relationship could end up being the best thing to ever happen to either or them or a mistake neither of them can recover from. REVIEW: CAROL is a...
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10.01.2015
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Binge Watchin' TV Review: American Horror Story

Welcome to Binge Watchin,’ where we take a look at some of the best TV shows available on streaming or disc that have a great catalogue of seasons to jump into and get sucked into the beautiful bliss of binge watching! From crime, action, comedy, drama, animation, etc., we’ll be evaluating an assortment of shows that will hopefully serve as a gateway to your next binge...
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08.13.2015
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Nicolas Cage names the four best movies of his career

Remember when Nicolas Cage movies were something to look forward to? Now, Cage's films feel more like a punchline rather than something worth spending any of your hard earned money on. His latest film, THE RUNNER, is another in a long string of mediocre to bad movies that are conveniently available at your local Redbox or gas station. Our own Chris Bumbray gave THE RUNNER a...
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08.11.2015
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