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Black-ish creator to take White Men Can't Jump remake to the B-ball court

I don’t know about you, but I can’t play basketball worth a damn. I used to love playing H-O-R-S-E on the school courts, or firing up my Nintendo Entertainment System for a few rounds of Double Dribble. However, that’s about where my career ended in regard to shooting hoops. Today, it’s been announced that Black-ish creator Kenya Barris is...
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Woody Harrelson talks War for the Planet of the Apes & Han Solo spin-off

The year has just barely begun, but it's already shaping up to be a good one for Woody Harrelson . Not only does he have the third entry in the rebooted PLANET OF THE APES franchise on the way, but he was also recently confirmed to be appearing in Christopher Miller and Phil Lord 's UNTITLED HAN SOLO STAR WARS ANTHOLOGY FILM. Not bad, not bad at all. Woody Harrelson is...
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FX renews American Horror Story for seasons 8 & 9; pushes Atlanta to 2018

We have some good news for fans of FX's horror anthology series, American Horror Story. Not only will the series be returning this September for season 7, but FX has renewed it for two more seasons beyond that! So at the very least, we'll have a total of nine seasons to whet our horror TV appetites. Plot details are being kept under wraps, of course, but the powers that be are...
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Woody Harrelson confirmed for the young Han Solo film

Last week it was rumored that Woody Harrelson was up for a role in Christopher Miller and Phil Lord 's UNTITLED HAN SOLO STAR WARS ANTHOLOGY FILM, as it's being referred to. Looks like Lucasfilm has decided to own up, as they've just announced that Harrelson has officially signed on for a role in their young Han Solo film! As of now, there are no details about his...
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War for the Planet of the Apes will bring back an original series character

As a big fan of the original PLANET OF THE APES franchise, I was a little leery when 20th Century Fox announced that they'd be rebooting the series, after all, Tim Burton 's attempt at a reboot didn't exactly fill me with optimism. Thankfully RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES was surprisingly decent and its follow-up, DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, proved to be one of those...
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12.22.2016
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War For The Planet of the Apes interview w/ Steve Zahn & scene descriptions

The reinvented PLANET OF THE APES franchise will continue in 2017 with WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES, following on the heels of RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES and DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, and the latest entry looks to push the series even further into the Apes mythos, bringing us that much closer to the end result; a full Planet run by Apes. Recently, Fox held a preview event...
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12.16.2016
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Woody Harrelson to release world's first "live cinema" movie in 2017

" No one has ever shot a movie and live-broadcast in the cinemas at the same time, no one's ever been that stupid, " joked Woody Harrelson in the short teaser for LOST IN LONDON. Although there's been live theater streamed into cinemas before, Harrelson's upcoming project will be " a real movie with 14 different locations and a 30 person cast. " While...
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12.15.2016
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War is upon us in new War for the Planet of the Apes trailer

The rebooted series of PLANET OF THE APES movies (which I’m sure were met with scoffings galore when they were first announced) have been shockingly good. The first was an above-average action flick with a tremendous turn by Andy Serkis and the sequel was, well, there are no words for DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES. Now WAR is on the horizon, and needless to say the third entry...
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12.09.2016
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Set Visit: Andy Serkis & Terry Notary Talk War for the Planet of the Apes

Above my head and all around us, the grey, cloud-choked sky began to darken. Then, in what precious light was left in the evening sky, I saw what looked like two humanoid robots making their way toward the sanctuary of our heated press tent. With cheshire grins stretched across their dotted faces, actors Andy Serkis and Terry Notary arrived in full motion capture regalia. As they each...
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12.09.2016
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Set Visit: Dylan Clarke & Karen Konoval Talk War For the Planet of the Apes

It's a still and gray afternoon in Vancouver, British Columbia. As I exhale, I see spiraling ghosts of precipitation escape my lips with every breath. All around me the air smells like a combination of drenched pavement, freshly baked bread, and the burning of oil. I can hear the mechanical chatter of gears as workmen navigate cranes several of which are carrying a green canvas the...
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Set Visit: Everything You Need To Know About War For the Planet of the Apes

Rebooting a franchise can often be a tall order, particularly when launching your project in a time when anything that evokes nostalgia will be scrutinized harshly by the very audience you’re hoping to entertain. Most days, all it takes is a few images of concept art, alternate castings, or the announcement of re-shoots for fans to ‘release the hounds’ by expressing...
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We interview The Edge of Seventeen star Hailee Steinfeld and more!

Sometimes a teen flick manages to rise above the rest. And this is truly the case of THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN. Written and directed by Kelly Fremon Craig, this flick is truly one of the best and most surprising comedies in years. The story of an awkward teen trying to get through the horrors of high school is funny, charming, sweet and perhaps a little dark. Featuring Hailee Steinfeld ,...
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