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‘Ride the Eagle’ Trailer: Jake Johnson Reconnects with His Dead Mother Through VHS Tapes

Jake Johnson is perhaps best known for his role opposite Zooey Deschanel in the sitcom New Girl, which ran for seven seasons on Fox. However, in recent years, he has also branched out and begun lending his talents to blockbusters such as Jurassic World and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. In the new movie Ride the […]

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The Tomorrow War review – time stretches in Chris Pratt’s alien-invasion sci-fi

Pratt plays a teacher turned pre-emptive conscript for a future war with aliens in this overlong and derivative actionerWe’ve come an awfully long way since Chris Pratt was the goofy comic turn Andy Dwyer in TV’s Parks and Recreation, pretending to be top-secret FBI agent Burt Macklin. These days he’s got the chops to be […]

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Upi LatAm head Mauricio Duran to step down, Ernesto Espinosa promoted (exclusive)

New arrival reports to Niels Swinkels.Universal Pictures International (Upi) Latin American head Mauricio Duran will depart the company on August 5 and Ernesto Espinosa has been promoted to lead the region.Duran served for 15 years at the company and played an integral role in growing the business in the region. He established the operating company […]

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The Fate of ‘Fast & Furious’ Will Tell Us If Comcast Believes in Peacock as a Netflix Competitor

The launch of Disney+ in November 2019 was a declaration of war on licensing. If you wanted to watch anything Disney’s made, past, present, and future, now there was only one place to do it. It was the new testament for streaming, embraced by everyone from Netflix to HBO Max: Control the narrative by producing […]

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Hear me out: why Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes isn’t a bad movie

The latest in our series of writers standing up for loathed films is an impassioned defence of the 2001 take on the 60s classicTim Burton’s Planet of the Apes is a remake that has the forward momentum and expansive qualities of a sequel; a love letter assuming a familiarity with the 1968 sci-fi classic, counting […]

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Universal Writers Program Opens 2021 Applications

NBCUniversal has opened applications for its 2021 writers program. The initiative, which is operated by the company’s global talent development and inclusion team, will accept submissions via its website through Feb. 21.Universal Writers Program aims to find rising screenwriters who have unique points of view. Those selected for the one-year, paid program will be given […]

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Chris Pratt to Produce and Star in Karate Comedy ‘The Black Belt’

Chris Pratt has signed on to produce and is attached to star in the coming-of-age independent comedy “The Black Belt.”The film centers on a shy, unassuming teen boy on a quest for an expertise in karate and his unorthodox uncle who guides him along the way.Pratt will produce the film through his banner Indivisible Productions, […]

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Best Black Friday TV and Movie Deals: Criterion Box Sets, ‘Mission: Impossible,’ and More

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