Tag: movies

Jamie Foxx’s Electro to Face Spider-Man Again

Here’s something you probably didn’t expect to hear today. A Hollywood Reporter exclusive says that Jamie Foxx will return as Spider-Man villain Electro in the next Spidey movie set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Foxx previously played the character in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the film that ...

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Downton Abbey Film Sequel Has a Script

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Last year’s theatrical Downton Abbey movie may have a sequel on the way, according to Jim Carter, who plays the Crawley family’s butler Carson. This comes following comments from series creator Julian Fellowes and producer Gareth Neame at the first film’s premiere. They divulged that there w...

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Wolfman’s Got Nards Trailer Rises From the Grave

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The military had better dig out that business card because there’s a documentary about The Monster Squad on the horizon. Titled Wolfman’s Got Nards (as if it could have been called anything else) and directed by Andre Gower – who played Monster Squad leader Sean – the documentary looks at th...

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Nick Fury Series Coming to Disney+

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Marvel’s spymaster is making the most of his un-snapping. Variety exclusively reports that Nick Fury will be the next Marvel Cinematic Universe character to get his own TV show on Disney+. Samuel L. Jackson will return to play the role he made famous across the three phases of the MCU, and multipl...

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Disney Delays Black Widow and Others

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Natasha Romanoff will remain in the shadows a while longer. Disney has delayed the release of Black Widow, pushing the next entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe from November 6, 2020, to May 7, 2021; as a result, the MCU slate following Black Widow will also move to later premiere dates. Deadline ...

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Taking to the Skies with Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

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My favorite movies have always been of the popcorn entertainment variety. At their best, I affectionately refer to them as “dispensers of joy.” They dare us to dream, inspire us to be the best versions of ourselves, and, sometimes, to create. Such is the case with Kerry Conran’s 2004 s...

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