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‘Fantastic Beasts 3′ Production Pushes Back to Late Fall

‘Fantastic Beasts 3′ Production Pushes Back to Late Fall

If The Crimes of Grindelwald had you hungry for more magical adventures ASAP, it looks like you might have to wait just a bit longer for the next chapter. Deadline reports that Warner Bros. is pushing
Director Toby Haynes on the Challenges of ‘Brexit,’ and Amazon’s ‘Utopia’ Series

Director Toby Haynes on the Challenges of ‘Brexit,’ and Amazon’s ‘Utopia’ Series

From director Toby Haynes and screenwriter James Graham, the biographical drama Brexit (airing on HBO and available on HBO NOW, HBO GO and HBO On-Demand) connects all of the dots to illustrate how
‘Toy Story 3’, ‘Coco’ Director Lee Unkrich Is Leaving Pixar

‘Toy Story 3’, ‘Coco’ Director Lee Unkrich Is Leaving Pixar

A Pixar veteran is leaving the animation powerhouse. Lee Unkrich, who first arrived at Pixar Animation Studios as they were making what would turn out to be a game-changing film called Toy Story,
Drew Struzan ‘Blade Runner’ Poster on Sale from Bottleneck Gallery Through Sunday

Drew Struzan ‘Blade Runner’ Poster on Sale from Bottleneck Gallery Through Sunday

If you’re a fan of legendary poster artist Drew Struzan and Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic Blade Runner, Bottleneck Gallery has a gift for you. In concert with the gallery’s upcoming Blade Runner
‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Revival In the Works at Netflix

‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Revival In the Works at Netflix

Netflix and Stranger Things executive producer Shawn Levy are teaming back up on a revival of Unsolved Mysteries, the long-running TV series featuring reenactments of true crimes and paranormal
Watch: Is This ‘LEGO Movie 2’ Song the Next “Everything Is Awesome”?

Watch: Is This ‘LEGO Movie 2’ Song the Next “Everything Is Awesome”?

It’s been nearly five years since The LEGO Movie introduced the world to the irresistible earworm “Everything Is Awesome”, and the sequel The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part aims to introduce another,
‘Where’d You Go Bernadette’ Release Date Pushed Back Five Months

‘Where’d You Go Bernadette’ Release Date Pushed Back Five Months

We’re gonna have to wait quite a bit longer to see the next film from Richard Linklater. Again. The Boyhood filmmaker’s adaptation of the Maria Semple novel Where’d You Go Bernadette was shot back in
Finn Wolfhard on ‘Carmen Sandiego’, His Hacker Character, & Working with Gina Rodriguez

Finn Wolfhard on ‘Carmen Sandiego’, His Hacker Character, & Working with Gina Rodriguez

Finn Wolfhard is about to have a very busy year. On the feature film side, he'll return in IT: Chapter 2 this September and he'll voice Pugsley Addams in the animated movie The Addams Family this
‘Dogman’ Trailer: Vengeance, Petty Crime, and Dog Grooming in an Italian Village

‘Dogman’ Trailer: Vengeance, Petty Crime, and Dog Grooming in an Italian Village

What starts off as a charming trailer about a dog groomer in a small Italian town soon turns into a nightmarish story of an innocent man at the mercy of a local thug. Dogman, from Gomorrah's Matteo
‘The Hummingbird Project’ Trailer Has Eisenberg and Skarsgard Trying to Game the Stock Market

‘The Hummingbird Project’ Trailer Has Eisenberg and Skarsgard Trying to Game the Stock Market

The Orchard has released the trailer for The Hummingbird Project. The film follows cousins Vincent (Jesse Eisenberg) and Anton (Alexander Skarsgard) who are trying to build a straight fiber-optic
‘Glass’ Spoiler Review: M. Night Shyamalan Can’t Overcome His Glaring Weaknesses

‘Glass’ Spoiler Review: M. Night Shyamalan Can’t Overcome His Glaring Weaknesses

Spoilers ahead for Glass. If Glass is the film M. Night Shyamalan has been waiting to make for 19 years, that’s a bit disconcerting. The first part of his trilogy, 2000’s Unbreakable, still holds up
The 25 Best Sci-Fi Films of the 90s

The 25 Best Sci-Fi Films of the 90s

In the 1990s, the sci-fi genre reached new heights. With the advent of CG-character technology that was revolutionized in Terminator 2: Judgment Day and Jurassic Park, the tools available for
Benedict Cumberbatch on ‘Brexit’ and Seeing Himself Without Hair

Benedict Cumberbatch on ‘Brexit’ and Seeing Himself Without Hair

From director Toby Haynes and screenwriter James Graham, the biographical drama Brexit (airing on HBO and available on HBO NOW, HBO GO and HBO On-Demand) connects all of the dots to illustrate how
‘Lords of Chaos’ Trailer Chronicles a Norwegian Black Metal Band’s Descent into Darkness

‘Lords of Chaos’ Trailer Chronicles a Norwegian Black Metal Band’s Descent into Darkness

It might be easy to assume that a Norwegian Black Metal band could be capable of heinous acts including gruesome murders and church burnings, but it wasn't what Mayhem started out as. Jonas Åkerlund's
‘Fyre’ Review: An Entertaining Yet Slight Overview of the Fyre Festival Debacle

‘Fyre’ Review: An Entertaining Yet Slight Overview of the Fyre Festival Debacle

On the surface, the Fyre Festival seems like a low-stakes disaster. It’s something horrible that happened to rich kids who spend too much time on Instagram, didn’t do their due diligence, and ended up
‘Fyre Fraud’ Review: A Glib Look at the Issues Surrounding Fyre Festival

‘Fyre Fraud’ Review: A Glib Look at the Issues Surrounding Fyre Festival

The biggest problem with Jenner Furst and Julia Willoughby Nason’s Hulu documentary Fyre Fraud is that they seem aware of the larger issues Fyre Festival presented with regards to scams in the social
‘The Punisher’ Season 2: Jon Bernthal and Giorgia Whigham on Brutal Fight Scenes and the Show’s Future

‘The Punisher’ Season 2: Jon Bernthal and Giorgia Whigham on Brutal Fight Scenes and the Show’s Future

After the events of Season 1, former Marine turned vigilante Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal), also known as The Punisher, has been keeping to himself and living a quiet life on the road. When he finds