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The Talented Mr. Cumberbatch I don’t get Benedict Cumberbatch. Maybe it’s because I’m a guy. Maybe because I never watched Sherlock or that I’ve never actually cared about one of his performances. He was okay in The Imitation Game and he’s an enjoyable Stephen Strange. Apparently, he’s extremely popular with the ladies, and his fanbase is insane. I’ve decided to read THE MAN IN THE ROCKEFELLER SUIT which is one of his next projects. The film is written by David Bar Katz and will be directed by the great Walter Salles (Central Station, The Motorcycle Diaries). It’s based on the...

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Looks Like X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX Could Be Dazzling With Dazzler

Splashmen, I bring you some of the worst news I can imagine. Dazzler, do you know this Marvel character? No? Well, feast your eyes. Her powers include bringing funk to the party. Ugh. But, she will be introduced in X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX. Yep, as if Jubilee wasn’t bad enough. Before we introduce all of the lame characters in the X-Men, let’s at least break out Cannonball. The man deserves to be seen onscreen. Back to Dazzler (sigh), You may recall this deleted scene from X-MEN: APOCALYPSE. People believed that Dazzle on the cover may have been Taylor Swift. #FlashbackFriday...

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SUMMER LOVE by Tyler Richardson

Splashers, as you know, I’m a man of many hats. I’m an Official Artist in this year’s New York Television Festival since I was a finalist in TruTv and NYTVF’s Breakout Comedy Initiative. I’m looking forward to October. I’m still hitting the streets every night and performing stand-up comedy, and dare I say, I’m not bad. If you were a fan of our previous home (wink) then hopefully you’ve listened to my comedy mixtape Strawberry Cough. It features a lot of big names in NYC comedy, and myself. Creatively, I’m in a space where I’m just doing whatever I...

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EL FANBOY: “MFR Assembles A Geek JUSTICE LEAGUE- Jett, Da7e, Brandon, and Kellvin!”

On this week’s stacked show, El Fanboy Podcast host Mario-Francisco Robles celebrates his birthday by putting together his own Geek Justice League. He’s joined on the show by Bill “Jett” Ramey of Batman on Film, Da7e Gonzales of Storm of Spoilers and MTV, comedian Brandon Collins of the Medium Popcorn Podcast, and The Splash Report‘s very own editor-in-chief and Latino-Review founder Kellvin Chavez. The five gents spend two hours discussing everything from the Venom being a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and how that affects the Sony/Marvel Spider-Man deal, to the incredibly extensive Justice League Reshoots and the ripple effect that Batman v Superman had on the entire...

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Ron Howard Grabs Control of HAN SOLO Project As Questions Swirl

It’s been a dark time for the Star Wars galaxy in the last 36 hours or so, since it was announced that directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The Lego Movie) were fired from their role at the head of the upcoming Han Solo project and that long-time epic movie director Ron Howard had taken the reigns. Rumors and conflicting reports have since been appearing on the web trying to explain exactly why the duo was let go. Sounding like a song from the musical Chicago, Lucasfilm cited simply “creative differences.” The company thinks they brought the pair in to...

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20th Century Fox To Hold Special PLANET OF THE APES Triple Feature

To celebrate the epic final showdown between apes and humans in the upcoming War for the Planet of the Apes, Twentieth Century Fox Film will give audiences a chance to experience a special Planet of the Apes triple feature on Wednesday, July 12th. For one price, Planet of the Apes fans will be able to see Rise of the Planet of the Apes in 2D, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in 3D, and be among the first to see the upcoming War for the Planet of the Apes in 3D. An exclusive commemorative item with artwork by...

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Ron Howard Speaks About Joining Han Solo Spin-off

Splashigans,  Ron Howard has been chosen as the new director of Han Solo’s spin-off film. I suppose this is a great day for Star Wars fans. He was definitely the best choice within the list of contenders we broke down the other day. Howard took to Twitter to voice his excitement for the project. I'm beyond grateful to add my voice to the Star Wars Universe after being a fan since 5/25/77. — Ron Howard (@RealRonHoward) June 22, 2017 I hope to honor the great work already done & help deliver on the promise of a Han Solo film....

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“Fallen Kingdom” Title of Next Jurassic World Movie

Universal has just revealed that the title for the upcoming Jurassic World sequel will be FALLEN KINGDOM, and has also released a one-sheet teaser for the movie that you can see here! “Life Finds a Way” is the tag line for the new movie. After the explosive and somewhat unexpected success of  Jurassic World a couple of years back, Universal is headed back to the Mesozoic– and how could it not? Set to be released exactly a year from today, we still know little about the plot details for the sequel to the Colin Trevorrow-directed film. Perhaps the subtitle is a clue, though it really could point...

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Ron Howard Will Indeed Direct The HAN SOLO Film

After the shocking news that the directing team Chris Miller and Phil Lord, the Star Wars Han Solo film will now be directed by Ron Howard. A few days ago it was officially announced that Chris Miller and Phil Lord departed the project after having creative differences with veteran screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan. And now Lucasfilm announced that Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ron Howard has been named director of the untitled Han Solo film. “At Lucasfilm, we believe the highest goal of each film is to delight, carrying forward the spirit of the saga that George Lucas began forty years ago,” said Kathleen...

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FILM REVIEW: Sofia Coppola’s THE BEGUILED Uncomfortably Charms You

Sofia Coppola is undoubtedly considered one of the great artists of our American generation, be it for her singular aesthetic touch or her willingness to push the envelope and jar the audiences in subtle and unexpected ways. A small minority, myself included, offer a quiet dissent from the universal praise she receives, thinking her art overwrought and her exertions obvious. Her latest film, The Beguiled (a remake of 1971 movie based on a novel), recently won Best Director at Cannes (with Sofia becoming only the second woman to do so), and been received with mostly positive but not universal commendation....

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