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‘Walking Dead’ Effects Specialist Greg Nicotero Joins ‘Spawn’ Movie

Greg Nicotero, director and effects specialist for “The Walking Dead,” has come on board to create the design for Todd McFarlane’s “Spawn” horror-fantasy movie.The deal for Nicotero and his company KNB Efx was announced Wednesday. McFarlane, Nicotero, and KNB Efx Group worked together on the 1997 “Spawn” movie.“I’m a long-time fan of Greg’s work and […]

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M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ is the Movie That Comic-Con Made Possible [Comic-Con 2018]

Audiences who remembered M. Night Shyamalan‘s comic book-inspired thriller Unbreakable from 2000 had their mind blown when the end of the director’s 2016 film Split featured a surprise final scene that put the two films in the same universe. Now Shyamalan is returning to that world with Glass, a movie bringing together Bruce Willis, Samuel […]

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Universal Reveals the First Footage from ‘Glass’, ‘Halloween’, ‘First Man’ and More at CinemaCon

Last week at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, I got to attend the Universal Pictures presentation where the studio world premiered some fantastic looking footage from their upcoming slate of films. Some of the footage included M. Night Shyamalan’s sequel to Unbreakable and Split, Glass, David Gordon Green’s Halloween, Damien Chazelle’s First Man, the Peter Jackson […]

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‘A Quiet Place’ Hopes to Hold off Newcomers and Return to Weekend #1

Audiences may already be looking ahead to Avengers: Infinity War, but this weekend could feature an interesting battle among the top three. While we’re expecting A Quiet Place to return to the weekend’s #1 spot, the race could be a little closer should Rampage hold on better than expected or if Amy Schumer’s new comedy […]

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‘A Quiet Place’: Why the Horror Film Roared at the Box Office

With a $50 million opening, Paramount Pictures’ “A Quiet Place” scored the second best domestic debut of 2018.A fair share of movies this year had the potential to become a blockbuster (“A Wrinkle in Time,” “Pacific Rim Uprising,” and “Ready Player One” to name a few), but until now, few have reached that level. It’s […]

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