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    POLL: Favorite Films Starring ‘Saturday Night Live’ Cast Members?

    In honor of legendary “Saturday Night Live” performer Dana Carvey‘s birthday (which was yesterday) and the upcoming release of “The King of Staten Island“ starring Pete Davidson, we thought now would be an appropriate time to ask which films starring past and present SNL cast members were the best. There are MANY films that fit […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: What Are Your Favorite On-Screen Sibling Relationships?

    Today is National Siblings Day in the United States, and it seems like the perfect time to celebrate the unique bond between brothers and sisters. If they’re quarantined together during a government-mandated lockdown, as is the case for many families right now, they may not be feeling the love. But there’s a reason that throughout […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Bless the Harts’ Delivers Laughs, Despite Unoriginality

    FOX can never have enough dysfunctional animated families. Their newest animated sitcom, “Bless the Harts,” fits in perfectly with their Animation Domination Sunday lineup. That’s mainly because there’s very little that differentiates it. In fact, the show bears closest resemblance to the long-running “King of the Hill,” which used to be part of this lineup. […] More

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    Six Circuit: Which 2011 Best Actress Got Snubbed By ‘The Iron Lady’?

    NOTE: “Six Spot” will now be known as “SIX CIRCUIT.” A wide variety of “overdue” narratives fought for the Best Actress prize in 2011. Meryl Streep was in search of her third Oscar, as it had been 29 years since her previous win (“Sophie’s Choice” in 1982). Though she had not had as long of […] More

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    Kristen Wiig, Sally Hawkins, Maggie Smith Join Netflix’s ‘A Boy Called Christmas’

    Kristen Wiig, Sally Hawkins, and Maggie Smith are joining “A Boy Called Christmas” for Netflix. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the actresses are officially signed on to star in Gil Kennan‘s upcoming film produced and distributed by Netflix and Studio Canal. The film is an adaptation of Matt Haig’s children’s book of the same […] More

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    WATCH: Annapurna Releases the First Trailer for ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’

    Richard Linklater remains one of America’s most interesting directors. While the writer and director has flirted with Oscar, most notably with “Boyhood,” he has always had the ability to tell fun stories. “School of Rock,” “Everybody Wants Some!!!” and “Dazed and Confused” have showcased Linklater’s ability to tell fun comedic stories. Linklater always draws talent to […] More

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    CHECK OUT: Get a Peek of ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ as Production is Underway

    “Wonder Woman 1984” is officially in production. The sequel to last year’s smash hit will fast forward from the end of World War I all the way to the rocking 1980s. This time, the Princess of Themyscira will face a new enemy: Cheetah. Gal Gadot reprises her role as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman. Kristen Wiig joins […] More

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    Patty Jenkins Confirms Kristen Wiig for ‘Wonder Woman’ Sequel

    After several weeks of rumors, superstar director Patty Jenkins confirmed that Kristen Wiig will, indeed, star in her upcoming “Wonder Woman” sequel. Jenkins made the announcement on her personal Twitter feed. Wiig will star opposite Gal Gadot’s Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, as Cheetah. According to DC Database, Cheetah is the alias of Dr. Barbara Minerva, a […] More

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    Kristen Wiig in Talks to Play ‘Wonder Woman 2’ Super Villain Cheetah

    A “Saturday Night Live” alum could be making her way into the world of DC. Kristen Wiig (“Downsizing”) is currently in talks to play Cheetah, an age-old nemesis of Wonder Woman, in the upcoming sequel “Wonder Woman 2,” according to Deadline. Warner Bros. has been mostly mum on the development of the upcoming sequel, though […] More

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