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The Nameless Avengers 4 or Did Zoe Saldana Reveal The Title?

We are in the summer of blockbuster movie releases and teasers that come out years before the movie is even in production. This is not new to the times as we as visual consumers have created a world where technology and imagination have brought to life something so incredible to think about if we could take a time machine back to the 90s, when the X-Men cartoon and Tim Burton’s Batman movie were the closest we were to seeing the comics come to life. As many fans of both the MCU and DCU sit in wait for the next...

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Tribeca Film Festival 2017 Interviews: Love the Sinner

Hey Splashers (yes, that’s my nickname for you), you may have seen my recent round-up of the Shorts for this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. Well, one that I found very moving was Love the Sinner. It was a great conversation piece, and I was fortunate enough to get to speak with director/producer Jessica Devaney, and producer Patricia Benabe.   Love the Sinner is a personal documentary essay exploring the connection between Christianity and homophobia in the wake of the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Queer filmmaker Jessica Devaney grew up deeply immersed in Evangelical Christianity in Florida. After...

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Mr. Robot Creator May Pen STAR WARS Anthology Script

Sources have rumored that Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail may write a Star Wars anthology film. They’re claiming that he’s taken pitch meetings with the studio and the project they believe is likely the Kenobi movie. As we reported earlier, there is a lot of fan support behind the Kenobi movie but it is not known to be in development yet. Though, Ewan McGregor has shown interest in reprising his role, and that should be enough to get the wheels spinning, right? Esmail may only be discussing a writing gig, but it is important to mention that he’s directed 15 episodes of Mr....

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Tribeca Film Festival 2017: COMMON PERFORMS AND TALKS SOCIAL JUSTICE, HIP-HOP ROOTS AND MORE

Academy Award, Golden Globe, and three time Grammy winner Common joined director/screenwriter Nelson George on stage Sunday night, April 23, for a Tribeca Talk: Storytellers conversation, in partnership with Citi, as part of the Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T. The Tribeca Film Festival runs April 19-30. . @common is basically all of us as he describes his admiration for @ava and her powerful work at #Tribeca2017 pic.twitter.com/Q034VHTRBl — Tribeca (@Tribeca) April 24, 2017 A never-before-seen extended version of Letter to the Free from director Bradford Young debuted prior to the conversation. At the Tribeca Film Festival Common closed...

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Superman Alive And Well In New JUSTICE LEAGUE “Promotional Image”

I have written previously on the very likely inclusion of Superman in this year’s Justice League movie. Below, you’ll see a promotional image for said film. Take it with a very large pinch of salt, though, as it is identical to previous poster’s, but with Supes himself included. It is, however, from an official Justice League movie site. Also, it has been shared numerous times on social media, but make of that what you will. Is this a real poster? Or someone’s photoshopping skills?? Have a look at the new Justice League promotional image below. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SHARE...

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New International TV Spot For ALIEN: COVENANT

20th Century Fox released a new International TV spot for director Ridley Scott’s hotly awaited science-fiction horror movie Alien: Covenant, which is the latest chapter in the Alien franchise, following the 2012 prequel Prometheus. Watch the new International TV spot for Alien: Covenant below, which features a little bit of new footage from the film. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SHARE THIS POST ON YOUR FACEBOOK WALL AND WITH YOUR TWITTER FOLLOWERS! JUST HIT THE BUTTONS ON THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE. The film stars Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Demián Bichir, Carmen Ejogo, Amy Seimetz, Jussie...

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FAST 8 Tops Box Office Again And Passes $900 Million Worldwide

comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of April 23, 2017, and Fast 8 aka The Fate of the Furious came in number 1 for second weekend bringing in an estimated $38.6 million as its domestic total now climbs to $163.6 million. Fast 8 overseas brought in an estimated $163.4 million as its overseas total climbs to $744.8 million for a global total of $908.4 million. The film will most likely cross $1 billion worldwide later this week. comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented: “Universal’s ‘The Fate of the Furious’ continues to...

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New Photos From SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Revealed!

EW and LA Times have released some new photos from Spider-Man: Homecoming, which features a better look the webslinger’s suit. Director Jon Watts briefly spoke about the tone of the film in regards to more wisecracks, more high school, that hearkens back to the ’60s-era comics. “We’ve seen the Marvel Universe from the very dramatic penthouse perspective of Tony Stark; now we see what it looks like on the ground through the eyes of a 15-year-old” Have a look at the new photos from Spider-Man: Homecoming below. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SHARE THIS POST ON YOUR FACEBOOK WALL AND WITH...

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STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI May Bring Dark Times For Poe Dameron

Oscar Isaac (plays Poe Dameron) has given a sliver of news about a scene that he shares with Carrie Fisher in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Business Insider was able to get a little information from him while promoting his movie The Promise. Seem like General Leia is going to fired up this particular scene Isaac mentions: “It was basically my first day [on set] and we did about 25 takes total. Half of them were on me and half of them were on her,” Isaac, who plays the pilot Poe Dameron in the new “Star Wars” trilogy films, said. “I...

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Exclusive: Here Is What We Know About Dwayne Johnson’s RAMPAGE Video Game Movie

Does anyone remember the Rampage video game? I’m a 90’s kid and grew up with Donkey Kong, Pac-Man and Q*Bert in my early childhood. It sounds a bit weird that they’re making a movie out of a mostly forgotten 80’s arcade game. Film adaptations of video games have an atrocious track record. Most recently Warcraft and Assassin’s Creed both badly disappointed at the box-office. Those films were based on HUGELY popular game franchises. What would push New-Line/Warner Brothers to finance such a risky endeavor? They own the Midway games catalog, so it’s in their best interest to make it...

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