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Month: November 2017

Which Avengers Will Say Goodbye After AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR?

Splashkateers, as we showed you earlier, Vanity Fair released some gorgeous new covers from the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War. But, they also managed to sneak some sentences out of the actors. I phrased that exactly as I meant to. Most of the time we get months and months of “I can’t really say anything” and I think we all know why, but damn, let me know a little. We know Thanos is coming, kind of. They’re taking forever to put out the trailer, for all I know Thanos arrives on Earth minutes before the credits roll in Infinity War....

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Vanity Fair Unveils Four Covers For AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR

Splashingtons, fresh off leftover-fest (Turkey Day), Vanity Fair and Disney have graciously given us four covers displaying talent we know and love from the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War. It’s starting to feel like a cauldron that’s boiling toward a trailer. Who knows when the Russo Brothers will finally let it go, but my goodness I’m getting anxious. You’ll notice that we get a peek at some new outfits, and little updates on appearances. Before I show them to you, one question: Did you eat your vegetables? Avengers: Infinity War will hit theaters May...

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FILM REVIEW: Israel’s Oscar Submission FOXTROT Deals With Senseless Death

Death, meaningless and stupidly unnecessary death, is the theme that binds together the three acts of the Israeli movie Foxtrot. A leading contender to receive top honors in the Foreign Language Film Oscar race later this award season, the story follows a family that in the opening sequences receives tragic news about their son in the army. But there is more to the film than initially meets the eye, an exacting and hopeless study of the banality and meaningless of life and death. In the opening act, Israeli army soldiers come to deliver with transactional precision the devastating news....

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COCO Rouses Domestic Box Office Back From The Dead

Disney/Pixar continue to own Thanksgiving weekend, with their latest animated offering, Coco, scoring the top spot at the domestic box office with an estimated $49 million for the three-day weekend and a $71.2 million for the frame starting on Wednesday and going through Sunday. Despite strong critical acclaim, Coco was not Disney’s best performance in the turkey Holiday. Even last year’s Moana debut to a stronger $82 million over the five-day frame. Still, having become the highest-grossing film in Mexico in just a few days of release, Coco continues to do well abroad, for a total of about $82...

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Poster and Trailer for 12 STRONG Is Here!

Chris Hemsworth’s next film has him playing a hero of a more real life type. The film, 12 Strong, is set in the harrowing days following 9/11 when a U.S. Special Forces team, led by their new Captain, Mitch Nelson (Hemsworth), is chosen to be the first U.S. troops sent into Afghanistan for an extremely dangerous mission. There, in the rugged mountains, they must convince Northern Alliance General Dostum (Navid Negahban) to join forces with them to fight their common adversary: the Taliban and their Al Qaeda allies. In addition to overcoming mutual distrust and a vast cultural divide, the...

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