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‘Shrink Next Door’ First Footage Reunites Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd for Apple TV+ Dark Comedy

The first footage from “The Shrink Next Door” has debuted as part of a new Apple TV+ preview trailer touting the streamer’s upcoming film and television projects in 2021 (watch the full video in the embed below). The trailer has a ton of first look footage from new seasons of Apple originals such as “See,” […]

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Rian Johnson’s Production Company Launches New Label, Will Produce Low-Budget Films From New Directors

T-Street, the production company founded by Knives Out and Brick director Rian Johnson and his longtime producer Ram Bergman, is expanding its reach. Their production banner is teaming up with MRC Films, the indie studio that developed and produced movies like Knives Out, Baby Driver, Ted, and The Adjustment Bureau, to launch a new untitled […]

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2021 Ace Eddies: ‘Trial of the Chicago 7’ Takes Film Drama Prize, ‘Ozark,’ ‘Ted Lasso,’ ‘Queen’s Gambit’ for TV

With just eight days to go before the Academy Awards, “The Trial of the Chicago 7” took the top prize at the Ace Eddie Awards, winning Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic), for acclaimed editor Alan Baumgarten Matthew Friedman and Andrew Dickler won Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy) for “Palm Springs,” which did not receive any […]

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‘Ted K’ Review: Sharlto Copley Is the Unabomber in a Slow-Burning True-Crime Study

For a criminal who revealed his agenda in exhaustively detailed black-and-white — via his famous essay “Industrial Society and the Future,” published in The Washington Post months ahead of his 1996 capture — Ted Kaczynski remains a somewhat unreadable figure. The domestic terrorist better known as the Unabomber killed three people and injured two dozen […]

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Mark Wahlberg Is Into the Oscars’ Best Popular Film Award: ‘We’d Have Won a Couple’

Reactions to the Academy’s decision to create a Best Popular Film award have been almost universally negative, with many writing it off as a cynical attempt to increase ratings. At least one person is into the idea, however: Mark Wahlberg. “Maybe if they’d had the category before, we’d have won a couple of them,” the […]

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‘Spy Who Dumped Me’ Trailer: There’s Nothing Basic About These Badass B*tches

No summer is complete without a great comedy movie and “The Spy Who Dumped Me” looks like a perfect fit. The title, of course, is a riff on the classic Bond movie “The Spy Who Loved Me.” The early word on this film has been overwhelmingly positive, with several people praising the chemistry between stars […]

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