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‘Candyman’ Upended at PVOD #1 by Reduced Price ‘F9’ and New Release ‘Escape Room 2’

As theaters await “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” (Paramount) and “No Time to Die” (United Artists) over the next two weeks, home viewing options are similarly on the rise. “Free Guy” (Disney), honoring a 45-day window, debuts on Premium VOD September 28. Friday sees two theatrical openers: “Addams Family 2” (United Artists) and “The Many […]

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Final Two Fast And Furious Films Will Be ‘One Chapter In Two Movies,’ Justin Lin Says

Justin Lin isn’t taking anything for granted. With the long-running and much-beloved “Fast and Furious” franchise finally coming to a close, the director of multiple “Fast” films, is dropping hints about the final chapter of the franchise and getting a little nostalgic at the same time. Considering “Tokyo Drift” was released in 2006, (I was in […]

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‘F9’ Speeds Past $700 Million at Global Box Office to Become Highest-Grossing American Film Since 2019

“F9,” the ninth film in the “Fast & Furious” saga, on Wednesday has officially grossed over $700 million worldwide. It’s not only by far a pandemic record for an American film, but it’s also the first MPA film to cross that threshold since 2019.As of Wednesday’s box office, “F9” has made $172.6 million domestically and […]

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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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Gavin O’Connor in Talks to Direct ‘Fast’ at Warner Bros. (Exclusive)

“The Accountant” director Gavin O’Connor is in negotiations to direct Warner Bros.’ action-thriller “Fast,” sources tell Variety.The script was penned by “Sicario” scribe Taylor Sheridan, who had also been looking to direct, but when a deal couldn’t be reached, the studio began looking for other options and eventually landed on O’Connor. Chris Pratt had been […]

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