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Universal Sets New Release Dates for Bob Odenkirk’s ‘Nobody,’ Edgar Wright’s ‘Last Night in Soho’

Universal Pictures and Focus Features have juggled a couple key releases on their 2021-2022 schedule.Just a month ahead of its planned Feb. 26 wide release date, Universal has announced that “Nobody,” starring Emmy-winner Bob Odenkirk, will move back two months to April 2.Directed by “Hardcore Henry” filmmaker Ilya Naishuller and “John Wick” franchise scripter Derek […]

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Film Producer David Guillod Arrested in New Sexual Assault Case

David Guillod, a producer who has worked on films like “Extraction” and “Atomic Blonde,” has been arrested by the Los Angeles Police Department’s Robbery-Homicide Division, according to a press release sent by the LAPD.Detectives from LAPD’s special assault unit conducted a search and arrest warrant at his Sherman Oaks residence on Wednesday night. A 21-year-old […]

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Charlize Theron Gives an ‘Atomic Blonde 2’ Update and Gets Candid About That ‘Furiosa’ Prequel

Charlize Theron rules, full stop. She’s one of our best actors working today, blessed with the range that gives us prickly, low-status characters like her leading role in Tully, high-status-but-still-struggling characters like her leading role in Long Shot, and utter slices of action iconography like her leading role in Mad Max: Fury Road. This means […]

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‘The Old Guard’ Trailer: Charlize Theron Leads A Team Of Renegades Under Threat For Director Gina Prince-Bythewood

It’s pretty much official, Charlize Theron is a bonafide action star and the go-to queen of action movies. Following roles in “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “Atomic Blonde,” its rumored sequel, and her entry into the “Fast & Furious” franchise, the actress has carved out an additional niche for herself, beyond her dramatic roles, as today’s […]

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‘Hobbs & Shaw’ Director David Leitch on His Love of Jackie Chan and Why “Grounded” is a Dirty Word [Interview]

Don’t say the word “grounded” to director David Leitch. The filmmaker behind Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2, and most recently, Hobbs & Shaw, wants his big blockbusters to live in a fantasy land far, far away from gritty reality. He wants his escapism to look cool and stylish, not familiar. It’s probably why his sensibilities were […]

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7 New Netflix Shows to Binge in January, and the Best Reasons to Watch

1. “Black Earth Rising” (available January 25)Why Should I Watch? Hugo Blick, the creator behind “The Honourable Woman,” brings Netflix a co-production with BBC Two about a London-based legal investigator whose past comes back to haunt her. Kate Ashby (Michaela Coel) was born in Rwanda and orphaned by genocide, and now her adoptive mother is […]

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‘Umbrella Academy’ Trailer: Six Adopted Kids Have to Stop the Global Apocalypse

If the X-Men franchise has been disappointing you in recent years, maybe you’ll take solace in a different kind of mutant superhero story that has flares of Watchmen, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and Atomic Blonde all mixed together. Umbrella Academy, based on the comic book series created and written by Gerard Way, is […]

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Visually Stunning ‘Terminal’ Dims Itself With Sexism And Immaturity [Review]

If you want to make a good-looking film these days, I’ve got one word for you: neon. It doesn’t matter your genre or budget; everybody’s doing it, from small-fry dystopia “The Bad Batch” to estrogen-pumping action flick “Atomic Blonde.” Some directors are even taking “neo-noir” to punnish levels, as films like “Gemini” and “Blade Runner […]

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