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    Season 11 of ‘Archer’ Delayed Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

    The film and television industry has been impacted heavily by the COVID-19 pandemic happening across the globe, with the closing of cinemas, festival cancellations, shut down productions, and postponed theatrical releases. There has been a trend in the last few days that has affected the release of television episodes, with “Empire” and “The Walking Dead” […] More

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    Tribeca Film Review: Zoey Deutch is a Force Of Nature in ‘Buffaloed’

    2019 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Envision the tailgating madness of the Eagles game shown in “Silver Linings Playbook” mixed with some of the financial shenanigans depicted in “The Wolf of Wall Street.” It might be an underdeveloped platitude – simply an idea of just how alive “Buffaloed” is, though it consistently blazes its own trail. Featuring […] More

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    TIFF Film Review: ‘Halloween’ Revitalizes the Iconic Franchise with Jamie Lee Curtis In Tow

    2018 TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: David Gordon Green breathes new life into one of the horror genres most iconic characters Michael Myers with his bold and visually striking “Halloween.” Grabbing the Scream Queen herself Jamie Lee Curtis, who shows what owning a franchise means, Gordon Green pays homage to 1978 original while still taking risks […] More

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    Venice: Nick Hamm’s Biopic on John DeLorean, ‘Driven,’ To Close Venice

    One of the iconic vehicles in the history of cinema is the DeLorean, popularized by “Back to the Future” in the 1980s. The vehicle is so famous that it continues to show up in pop culture hits, including “Ready Player One” this year. However, younger audiences may not realize the story behind the awesome car. […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ Puts Women Front and Center in the MCU

    One thing that sets Marvel’s cinematic universe apart from other superhero films is that it tries to include at least a certain level of consequence. When the Avengers destroyed New York City by trying to save it, their actions inadvertently led to Adrian Toomes taking up the name Vulture and terrorizing Spider-Man seven years later. […] More

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    WATCH: Laurie Strode Is Ready to Face Michael Myers in Official Trailer for ‘Halloween’

    “Halloween” is coming. Universal Pictures released the official trailer for the upcoming horror sequel. Jamie Lee Curtis returns as Laurie Strode, 40 years after Michael Myers stalked and murdered babysitters on a fateful Halloween in 1978. The story started with Myers escaping from an institution where he had stayed for 15 years after murdering his […] More

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    Franchise Creator John Carpenter Will Score Blumhouse’s ‘Halloween’

    If you can take over a franchise and gain the support of said franchise’s creator, that’s usually a good sign. In the case of the “Halloween” series, John Carpenter started things off with a classic. Before long, however, things devolved into generic slasher territory. Mediocre (at best) sequel after sequel diluted the brand, until Rob […] More

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    WATCH: Heroes Stop a Terrorist on the ’15:17 to Paris’ in Official Trailer

    Clint Eastwood‘s latest film, “15:17 to Paris” has an official trailer. The film, which is produced and distributed by Warner Bros, is the true story of three Americans who thwarted a terrorist attack on a train bound from Brussels to Paris in 2015. Weaving the events on board the train with memories of the three […] More

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    WATCH: Jane Fonda and Robert Redford Reach Out to Each Other in ‘Our Souls at Night’ Trailer

    Jane Fonda (“Grace and Frankie”) and Robert Redford (“Ocean Warriors”) are reuniting once again, fifty years after their hit film “Barefoot in the Park.” In a new trailer for their Netflix film “Our Souls at Night,” the pair gravitate towards each other in a touching story about love and loneliness. Addie Moore (Fonda) and Louis Waters (Redford) have […] More

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