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Box Office: ‘The Croods 2’ Leads Sluggish Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the most popular times to go to the movies. Crowd pleasers like “Frozen,” “Coco” and “Knives Out” have propelled attendance and generated many, many millions in ticket sales over the holiday weekend in years past, cementing various box office records to boot.This year, studios and movie theater owners are settling […]

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Saoirse Ronan, Sam Rockwell And David Oyelowo To Star In A Murder Mystery For Searchlight

Murder mysteries are back in style, after the success of star-studded adaptations like “Murder on the Orient Express,” and original whodunnits like “Knives Out.” The latest film to join the club is the as-of-now untitled murder mystery by Searchlight Pictures which will star Saoirse Ronan, Sam Rockwell, and David Oyelowo.Read More: Channing Tatum Reuniting With […]

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Universal’s Cinemark Deal Is Exhibition’s Future: Studios Set Rules, Theaters Follow

Covid-19 shifted the power dynamics between studios and theaters for good. With AMC, Universal negotiated the option to place releases on PVOD after the third weekend of release. Now Universal has a deal with Cinemark that adds a new wrinkle: The PVOD option extends to five weeks if the film opens to more than $50 […]

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Robert Pattinson Kept His ‘The Devil All The Time’ Accent A Secret Until His First Take

There is a long tradition of British actors doing American southern accents, both good, bad, and plain weird. From Daniel Craig‘s Benoit Blanc accent from “Knives Out” and Jude Law in, well, anything he does. The latest actor to join this list is Robert Pattinson in “The Devil All The Time,” who took not only […]

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‘Departure’ Trailer: Christopher Plummer Hires Archie Panjabi to Search for a Missing Plane in Peacock Series

Christopher Plummer loves a plain old mystery, having recently appeared in the Rian Johnson whoddunit Knives Out. But this time, he gets a plane mystery, in the new Peacock series, Departure. All right, that sentence doesn’t make much sense, but I couldn’t resist. Watch the Departure trailer below. Departure Trailer For some reason, the sentence […]

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Curzon scores record premium VoD opening with Safy Nebbou’s ‘Who You Think I Am’

‘Bait’ and ‘Knives Out’ lead BFI Player charts.UK streaming platform Curzon Home Cinema (Chc) has reported a record opening for Safy Nebbou’s Who You Think I Am.The romantic drama, starring Juliette Binoche, delivered the platform’s biggest three-day opening for a premium VoD title to date.It benefitted from Curzon bringing forward the release of the film […]

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Rian Johnson Shares Why He’ll (Probably) Never Make a Horror Movie

Hate to burst your bubble, Rian Johnson fans, but it looks like the Knives Out director will probably never work in the horror genre. Johnson got candid about his horror movies feelings while in discussion with fellow director Karyn Kusama, who is no stranger to horror thanks to previous features Jennifer’s Body and The Invitation […]

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New on Blu-ray: ‘Knives Out’, ‘Frozen 2’, ‘Jojo Rabbit’, ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’, ‘Color Out of Space’

Welcome back, fans of physical media. There are several great Blu-ray releases hitting the shelves this week, and if you’re one of those weirdos like me who cherishes physical copies, you’re going to want to grab some (if not all) of these. These are the new Blu-ray releases you should check out this week. Knives […]

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