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Don’t Forget, Every Star Trek Series Had a Terrible First Season

On Sunday night Star Trek: Discovery debuts in the US, followed by an international debut on Netflix less than 24 hours later. Expectations are... mixed, to say the very least. Some people seem adamant that the series will be a spectacular failure, while others hold out hope that it will be a return to form that we haven't really seen on TV since the Voyager finale.* Read More >>

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Kingsman: How Do We Know That Eggsy and Harry Are The Good Guys?

In 2009, Zack Snyder asked us “Who Watches The Watchmen?”. In 2015 and again 2017, Matthew Vaughn adapted another comic property to the big screen - and tried to make us forget we ever asked. Read More >>

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Ron Howard’s Latest Han Solo Tweet Is Either His Most Revealing, or Best Troll Yet

Director Ron Howard has tweeted a lot of intriguing and cool photos from the set of the untitled Han Solo movie, but his latest either confirms a long standing fan theory or pokes fun at it. You decide. Read More >>

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In the First Trailer for Tomb Raider, Tombs Are Definitely Raided

It’s been nearly 15 years since one of video games’ most iconic heroines, Lara Croft, hit the big screen... rather unsuccessfully. Now she’s back in the form of a new reboot, and this time the tombs Lara is raiding are looking deadlier than ever. Read More >>

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Why the Music in Wonder Woman is the Exception to the Rule

While Marvel may have it all over DC in the broader modern cinematic universe (we're talking post-Nolan Batman here), Wonder Woman has proven to be an exception in more ways than one - including its music. Read More >>

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle is Almost too Much Fun for its Own Good

Imagine you were 10 years old and given five minutes to tear through a toy store. You’d sprint in, grab everything you wanted, and fall down from exhaustion at the end. It would be an amazing time, but with so much happening so fast, what would the real, lasting memory be? That experience, in movie form, is Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Read More >>

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If an Obi-Wan Kenobi Movie Happens, He’ll Probably Look Like This

Disney and Lucasfilm have yet to formally announce if an Obi-Wan Kenobi movie is going to happen, but Sideshow Collectables is more than happy to give us a sneak peek of what the character might look like if the film gets made. Read More >>

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John Wick 3 is Happening, and it’s Out in 2019

The third chapter in the John Wick franchise has been confirmed. Start the clock: there's 20 months to go until we get more Keanu Reeves on-screen shredding. Read More >>

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Blade Runner 2049 International Posters Give a Good Look at the Main Cast

We’re only weeks away from the premiere of the long-awaited Blade Runner sequel. Get a good look at the main cast with these international posters. Read More >>

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Director Darren Aronofsky Answers A Few Pressing Questions About mother!

All weekend, everywhere I look online, people are hollering about mother!, Aronofsky’s latest phantasmagorical film about a poet, a house, and his preternaturally long-suffering wife. Read More >>

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Sebastian Stan Filmed His Avengers: Infinity War Scenes Without Ever Reading the Script

Filming for the third Avengers film wrapped in July, but not everyone involved got the same amount of access to the in-progress film. Some actors, like Sebastian Stan, didn’t even get to read the script. Read More >>

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Channing Tatum’s Smarmy Southerner Spy Makes an Entrance in New Kingsman: The Golden Circle Clip

We’ve already known that Channing Tatum would be playing an American spy with a hefty Southern accent in the new Kingsman movie, and now we can check out his introduction in a fresh clip. Read More >>

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Warner Bros. is Building a ‘Director-Driven’ Superhero Universe, Says Nightwing Director

Most news that comes out about the DC Extended Universe on film makes it sound a bit messier than the relatively tidy and intricate Marvel Cinematic Universe. According to the Chris McKay, that might be the result of Warner Bros. focusing on something unique in the world of superhero movies. The directors. Read More >>

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Harry Dean Stanton’s Unmistakable Humanity Grounded Some of Film’s Best Moments

Carl Rodd, the owner of the Fat Trout Trailer Park in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, has a sign on his door. It reads: Do not wake before 9am under any circumstances. When two FBI agents defy those instructions, he’s understandably dazed and angry. In a movie full of surreal terror, it’s a perfect moment precisely because it’s so mundane. Read More >>