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Director Patty Jenkins Confirmed for Wonder Woman Sequel – YES!

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Patty Jenkins Is Back! If there’s one thing Hollywood knows how to do, it’s taking something that works and sticking with it. Usually, that just means we get beat over the head with sequels until a franchise is run into the ground. However, sometimes, we actually get more of what we want. Case in point: Patty Jenkins will be returning …

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Tickets on Sale NOW–Get Them Here!

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Thor: Ragnarok Tickets Are Here! Ready to journey back to Asgard? It’s been four years since we got a new Thor movie, but Thor: Ragnarok is now upon us. And tickets are on sale! Thor: Ragnarok is the third film focusing specifically on the god of thunder. Of course, Thor, played with good humor by Chris Hemsworth, has appeared in other Marvel movies like The …

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Movie Review: ‘It’ Floats With Fear and (Horror) Fun

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It is a horror remake where director Andy Muschietti creates a film that better serves the story rather than the current modern horror template. His film is smart enough to know that the tale of kids conquering fear doesn’t require extra jump scares, exposition or driving music. It’s not about the creepy clown in the dark that goes boo, even though …

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Rent & Watch ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ on Redbox – Release Date

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Transformers: The Last Knight Redbox Release The Transformers movies aren’t exactly known for their subtlety. Rather, they are big, loud and full of explosions. Sure, that can be cause for criticism. But it can also make for a really fun flick to nab when it gets its Redbox release. Transformers: The Last Knight is a September Redbox release you won’t want to miss. …

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‘Doctor Who’ Star Matt Smith Wants to Be in a Marvel Movie – NOW!

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What do the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Doctor Who have in common? Aliens, adventure and quirky heroes, for starters. But they might soon have more in common in the form of actor Matt Smith. Smith, who played the eleventh iteration of the mysterious time lord, recently expressed an interest in joining the MCU. “I’d love to,” he said about hopping …

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17 of the Most Fetch Back-to-School Movies

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Back-to-School Movies It’s back to school time! Tragically, that means summer is coming to an end. On the other hand, that doesn’t mean we can’t have some fun celebrating the impending school year with some of our favorite back-to-school movies. Whether our favorite back to school movies are set in the mean halls of a high school or a rowdy frat …

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Screenwriters of ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Enter Final Negotiations for Sequel

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If it’s not broken, why fix it? Spider-Man: Homecoming was an overall success, which is why Marvel decided to hire back screenwriters Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers for the sequel. Spider-Man: Homecoming came out in July of 2017. It was a pretty highly-anticipated movie because it was the first time Marvel was allowed to use the character after Sony held the rights to …

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Beyonce in Talks to Create Next James Bond Theme Song

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Now that Daniel Craig FINALLY caved in to being James Bond once more, it’s time to get the production show on the road. Of course, it wouldn’t be Bond without iconic theme songs. And who better to make something iconic than Beyonce? Supposedly, Beyonce is in talks to make the next title track for the James Bond series. According to …

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Movie Review: ‘The Trip to Spain’ Is a Third Helping of Casual Comedic Gold

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It occurred to me while watching The Trip to Spain that Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are the most natural of funny British actors. Even though they’re essentially playing semi-fictional depictions of themselves in the Trip movie series, there’s a grace to their comedic banter and frustrating plights that rings too true. The filmmakers could tell me this was a …

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