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Let’s Talk About the Ending of the New Halloween

The new Halloween was a big success this weekend, grossing an estimated $77.5 million over its first weekend. It’s the 11th film in the Halloween franchise, but only the second in the story it’s telling, and that story has an explosive ending that we’re excited to dissect now that the film is out. Read More >>

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The U.S. National Archives Is Hosting a Surprise Facebook Live for Movie Buffs Today

The U.S. National Archives is doing a special Facebook Live at 4.30 p.m. BST today and just sent out a special teaser, with the question, “what’s in the cans?” And now I’ve never wanted to know the answer more to anything in my entire life. Read More >>

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Go Behind the Scenes of the Original Planet of the Apes in This Glorious New Book

The recent Planet of the Apes prequel trilogy boasted some seriously sophisticated special effects. But as a new book marking the 50th anniversary of the original film reminds us, special effects have always been an important part of what makes Planet of the Apes such a compelling saga. Read More >>

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Wonder Woman 1984 Has Been Pushed Back 7 Months

When you woke up this morning, the release of Wonder Woman 1984 was just about a year away. Now it’s much longer than that. Read More >>

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The Life of Captain Marvel Doesn’t Offer Just One New Origin Story, But Two

The Life of Captain Marvel has been teasing major changes to Carol Danvers’ long and at times befuddling comic book origins. After bringing in a shocking twist last month, its new issue this week has lifted the lid on a huge new backstory for Carol — and she’s not the only one affected by it. Read More >>

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Jason Momoa Is Already Pitching His Ideas for Aquaman 2

The Aquaman movie doesn’t come out until December, but Jason Momoa is already planning for the next one. According to TotalFilm magazine, as quoted by Syfy Wire, Momoa, who plays Aquaman, has some very specific ideas for the sequel, and he’s started pitching them around. Read More >>

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Fake Products From Movies Become Awesome Pop Culture Posters

The best kind pop culture art isn’t obvious. It’s subtle, winks its eye, and takes a certain amount of knowledge to understand. “Product Placement,” the latest art exhibit at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, is all that and then some. Read More >>

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Disney Wouldn’t Let Wreck-It Ralph 2 Joke About Kylo Ren

Wreck-it Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet traffics is an irreverent sort of film. To collide a bunch of properties together, stir them up in the wide seas of the internet, and throw them out into an animated comedy requires a willingness to not take things too seriously. But there are still some things the movie couldn’t joke about. Read More >>

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There Are So Many Amazing Halloween Posters It’s Almost Scary

When John Carpenter released Halloween in 1978, he never could have imagined this happening. We don’t mean the abundance of slasher imitators that spawned multiple franchises of their own. We mean all the damn movie posters based on the film! Read More >>

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John Krasinski Will Write the Quiet Place Sequel After All

You could almost say that John Krasinski couldn’t keep quiet about his ideas for a sequel. Read More >>

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Know Your Haunts: A Crash Course in Horror’s Most Confusingly Similar Ghostly Titles

Last week Netflix debuted a new series based on The Haunting of Hill House, the third adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s classic horror novel. That’s a lot of Hauntings—on top of certain other, confusingly similar titles like The House on Haunted Hill. Get your ghosts in order with our handy cheat sheet. Read More >>

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Thanks to Fantastic Beasts, The Flash Movie Just Slowed Down

For a character who is supposed to be incredibly fast, his movie is moving pretty damn slow. DC has been working on a solo Flash movie for years, with Justice League star Ezra Miller long set to play the title role. However, a new report suggests the film is further away than you may think. Read More >>

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Oscar Isaac Says Star Wars: Episode IX Is ‘Looser’ and More Improvisational Than Past Films

Improvisation is responsible for some important moments in Star Wars history – Han’s famous “I know”, for instance – but it’s not considered the norm. According to Oscar Isaac, that might be changing. Read More >>

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The Internet Loves the Love Between Eddie Brock and the Symbiote

We’ve written about Venom’s, uh, for lack of a better term, highkey sexy subtext. But maybe we’re being closed-minded, and it’s actually incredibly romantic. The internet seems to think so. Read More >>