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‘F9’ Trailer: The ‘Fast & Furious’ Gang Settle Some Family Business On June 25

Since the series debuted in 2001, the “Fast & Furious” films have grown from a trio of street-racing movies to an outsized action franchise. Now, the series reaches its conclusion with a trio of movies to finish things off. First up, “F9.”Read More: ‘Fast & Furious 9’ Has Been Pushed Back, Once Again Delaying Justice […]

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‘F9’ Trailer: Vin Diesel and Crew Go to War with John Cena in Ninth ‘Fast and Furious’ Film

Universal Pictures has released the second official trailer for “F9” — the ninth installment in the popular “Fast and Furious” saga. Discounting the summer 2019 spinoff “Hobbs & Shaw”, “F9″ is the sequel to 2017’s “The Fate of the Furious” and the ninth film in the street-racing franchise. Worldwide, the “Fast” films have grossed more […]

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‘Venom’ sequel moves from June to September in US

The change for the Sony sequel follows move by Universal’s F9.Even as cinemas in Los Angeles and New York were re-opening this week, Sony Pictures has pushed the theatrical release of comic book sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage back from June 25 to September 17.The move follows Universal Pictures’ decision to reschedule the release […]

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‘Black Widow’ vs. ‘F9’: Which Summer Blockbuster Will Blink First?

Disney’s “Black Widow” and Universal’s “F9” are poised to kick off summer moviegoing season. Yet it’s unlikely either blockbuster will actually arrive on schedule.While neither film has been postponed, industry experts and insiders have been speculating that Hollywood’s next round of release date delays will begin to impact the middle of 2021.At this point, it’s […]

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‘F9’ Behind the Scenes Footage Shows the Franchise’s Continued Commitment to Practical Stunts

If you’ve seen one of the latter period Fast & Furious movies, it should come as no surprise that not every outlandish, over-the-top stunt in those films was accomplished practically. But a surprising number of them actually are – they literally dropped vehicles with parachutes on them out of a plane, for example. After taking […]

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Survival Thriller ‘Alone’ Has a Survival Tale of Its Own to Tell

Survival thriller “Alone” is getting plenty of company at movie theaters and on digital platforms — amid otherwise tough times in the exhibition business.“We’ve been able to emphasize that ‘Alone’ is a very elemental and primal story for audiences,” said Magnolia president Eamonn Bowles. “For audiences, the situation is very recognizable. It’s very well-directed.”The Magnolia […]

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As Bond Vacates 2020, Universal Offers Theaters Short Windows on ‘The Croods’ and ‘Freaky’

Adding to the Friday-afternoon dump of movie delays, Universal announced that “F9,” the latest entry in the “Fast and Furious” franchise, will move from April 2 to May 28, 2021. That means it will no longer compete with James Bond film “No Time to Die,” which, as of October 2, MGM also moved to April […]

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Warner Bros.’ ‘Tenet’ Rakes in $20.2 Million in Long-Awaited US Debut; Closes in on $150 Million Globally

Labor Day weekend gave us our first glimpse at what a blockbuster looks like in the age of Covid-19. Christopher Nolan’s long-delayed brainteaser, Tenet, was the first major test of US movie exhibition in the coronavirus pandemic. Now, with receipts tallied, it appears the Warner Bros. film passed that test. The twisty, PG-13 thriller starring […]

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