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Channing Tatum on First-Time Filmmaker Frustrations and How Soderbergh Talked Him Into ‘Magic Mike 3’

Channing Tatum has a new movie in theaters. That in itself is something of an event, given that the last time the “Magic Mike” stripper extraordinaire starred in a somewhat prominent movie was “Logan Lucky” in 2017, which came one year after the Coen brothers’ “Hail, Caesar!” For the most part, Tatum has been fairly […]

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The Afterparty’s Xavier Drops New Music Video And Launches Website, All While Being A Fictional Character

Step aside Olivia Rodrigo, the newest pop icon has arrived and he’s… Dave Franco?! In an odd turn of events, Apple TV+ just dropped a banger track, “Imma Live Forever,” from pop sensation Xavier, a character in the streamer’s new murder-mystery comedy series, “The Afterparty.”This is a lot to unpack, so I’ll start from the […]

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Phil Lord & Chris Miller Will Chronicle Dennis Rodman’s Wild 48 Hours In Vegas

Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the filmmakers behind projects like “21 Jump Street,” “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs,” “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” and “The Last Man on Earth,” have found a new producing gig. Lionsgate has won the rights to distribute “48 Hours in Vegas,” a film about the whirlwind period of time during the Chicago Bulls’ 1998 NBA […]

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Jonah Hill Shares Screenwriting Advice & How He’s Writing Movies from Home

Since breaking out in Superbad as a comedy performer of startling vitality, Jonah Hill has transitioned into all kinds of interesting avenues in his career, from Oscar-nominated turns in films like Moneyball and The Wolf of Wall Street to screenwriting turns in comedies like 21 Jump Street and Sausage Party. Hill made his feature directorial […]

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‘Snow Crash’ TV Series in the Works at HBO Max

Neal Stephenson‘s sci-fi classic Snow Crash is getting the TV treatment for HBO Max. Writer Michael Bacall (21 Jump Street) and director Joe Cornish (Attack the Block) are tackling the adaptation. Stephenson’s novel covers a wide range of topics, including “history, linguistics, anthropology, archaeology, religion, computer science, politics, cryptography, memetics, and philosophy.” Deadline has the […]

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Film Review: ‘Dora and the Lost City of Gold’

Dora the Explorer was seven years old when audiences met her on television, a sing-songy polymath who traveled the map seeking answers and solving puzzles, accompanied by a big-mouthed backpack and equally loquacious monkey, Boots. Nearly 20 years have passed since the adventure show first aired (enough to cultivate a massive global awareness), but only […]

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‘Men in Black’ and ‘Shaft’ Bombs Prove Not Every Movie Franchise Can Be Saved — Analysis

When the contents of the Sony hack were revealed in late 2014, the cache of documents revealed a number of previously unknown pieces of information about the company’s studio arm and its creative heads, including a number of bandied-about film ideas that had yet to be reported. Among them: the possibility that the studio would […]

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Daily Podcast: What Is & Is Not a Christmas Movie, Golden Globe Nominations, Chucky, Jump Street, Resident Evil, MoviePass, Die Hard

On the December 6, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Filmed weekend editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk the latest film and tv news, including Golden Globe nominations, Chucky, 21 Jump Street, Resident Evil, MoviePass, and Die Hard. And /Film […]

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