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New trailer for Ad Astra paints interstellar intrigue

Director James Gray's science-fiction mystery Ad Astra, starring Brad Pitt, arrives today with a new trailer further fleshing out its mysterious space-faring adventure. Tommy Lee Jones, Ruth Nega, Liv Tyler, and Donald Sutherland co-star.

 
 
 
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First teaser for The King's Man hits the trenches

Leaning heavily into its World War I era aesthetic, we've got our first look today at The King's Man, the upcoming prequel in the Kingsman spy-action-madness series, adapting Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons' comic books.

 
 
 
 
 
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David Fincher sets his next film: Mank, starring Gary Oldman

It's been five years since we got a feature out of Fincher. Gone Girl was a 2014 smash, though he's certainly kept busy. He directed episodes of Mindhunter, the serial killer procedural series for Netflix that he executive produced. But Dav...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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It director Andy Muschietti rumored for DC's The Flash

With Shazam! behind us and Wonder Woman 1984 coming next year, the DC Expanded Universe is looking a little gaunt when compared to its Marvel-ous cousin. Things might speed up some with news that It director Andy Muschietti might take up di...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Final Fantasy to get a live-action television series

Coming from Sony Pictures Television, the legendary Square Enix RPG franchise will be receiving a live-action series, following in the footsteps of also-announced adaptations of games like Halo and Resident Evil.

 
 
 
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Review: The Third Wife

Vietnam is a beautiful, beautiful country. I think if you have no interest in The Third Wife's quiet period drama and struggling women in a male-dominated culture, that beauty is more than enough reason to sit for the film. Were Ash Mayfair...

 
 
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New trailer for Queen & Slim hits the road running

In a blisteringly-contemporary update of the outlaws-on-the-run genre, we today get our first look at Queen & Slim from director Melina Matsoukas, who previously worked on HBO's Insecure as well as promotional shorts for Beyoncé...

 
 
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Could the Wachowskis return to direct the new Matrix film?

Hollywood is a fickle, temperamental child of a world, changing its collective mind faster than an adolescent grabs, drops, and cries about ice cream. So with that odd anecdote in mind, there are fresh rumblings in the world of the next Mat...

 
 
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First teaser for The Terror's second season comes into focus

Going the route of successful anthology series like American Horror Story, AMC's rooted-in-fact cocktail of historical and supernatural horror returns as The Terror: Infamy, ditching the titular English ships of the first season. Instead o...

 
 
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Could Keanu Reeves be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Look, we all love Keanu Reeves, right? There are the memes and breathtaking public appearances and work like the John Wick films are a lot of fun and do well at the box office. He is, in every sense of the term, a movie star. But for many o...

 
 
 
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Motion Pixels: The movies to watch before playing Judgement

Motion Pixels is a series of haphazard articles hoping to link the passions of gaming and films. Through recommendations, general chicanery, and, sometimes, analysis our hope is to set you, dear reader, on a path of exploration you might no...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Men in Black: International

As a franchise, Men in Black feels like it has justified its continued existence within the sphere of pop culture. Launching hot off the heels of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Will Smith was a star, and Tommy Lee Jones' Agent K was the gruff...

 
 
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Review: The Dead Don't Die

Jim Jarmusch has had a long career of making use of dry wit and observation. In the '80s his debut feature Stranger Than Paradise was an indie darling for its deconstructive technique (it broke the line!) and laconic humor. His career since...

 
 
 
 
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Netflix stacks a second season for Russian Doll

Premiering this past February to a strong critical reception (our own Peter Glagowski was a fan!) and buzz amongst viewers, Russian Doll is the time-loop series from Natasha Lyonne, Leslye Headland, and Amy Poehler in which a young woman fi...

 
 
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Review: Diamantino

It can sometimes be easy to dismiss celebrities as shallow and jaded; the gorgeous model who poses in lavish jewelry for a living, or the actor who shows up with a line to collect millions for a car commercial. Diamantino, the gonzo politic...

 
 
 


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