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‘Shang-Chi’ Keeps Rolling In Top Spot With $13.3 Million, Passing ‘Black Widow’ As The Top Hit Of 2021; ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Disappoints

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings continued to own the September box office this weekend, easily holding onto the top spot in North America for the fourth consecutive frame. The Disney superhero tentpole racked up another $13.3 million in North America, bringing its total domestic haul to $196.5 million, putting it ahead of […]

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‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Looks Like a Box-Office Flop, but It Might Have Been a Streaming Hit

October promises to be the best month for box office since theaters reopened. After this weekend, it can’t come quickly enough. The disappointment of “Dear Evan Hansen,” and the absence of any other new wide releases, contributed to a $39 million weekend, the lowest domestic take in four months and 41 percent of the same […]

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Christopher Nolan Exits Warner Bros. After Nearly Two Decades, New Film Set Up at Universal

Christopher Nolan is officially leaving Warner Bros. after 19 years. Deadline confirms the director’s next movie, a biographical drama about J. Robert Oppenheimer and his role in the development of the atom bomb, has landed at Universal Pictures. Since 2002’s “Memento” and through 2020’s “Tenet,” Nolan made all of his movies for Warner Bros. Nolan’s […]

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Christopher Nolan Eyes Atomic Bomb WWII Drama, Looking at Studios Outside WB — Report

Christopher Nolan may be returning to World War II territory a la “Dunkirk” for his next movie, the followup to his 2020 espionage thriller “Tenet.” According to Deadline, Nolan’s next film “will focus on a seminal moment in World War II. This one is J. Robert Oppenheimer’s role in the development of the atom bomb […]

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Christopher Nolan Talking to Several Studios About WWII Film About J. Robert Oppenheimer

Christopher Nolan has had discussions with several major studios about his next film, revolving around J. Robert Oppenheimer and his involvement developing the atom bomb during World War II.While Nolan’s last few films were all at Warner Bros., the director was not pleased when WarnerMedia made the decision to put its entire 2021 slate on […]

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Don Cheadle and ‘No Sudden Move’ Co-Stars Celebrate With In-Person Premiere at Tribeca Festival

For Don Cheadle and several of the cast members of “No Sudden Move,” the heist movie’s Tribeca Festival premiere was one of the first in-person events they’ve attended since the pandemic began.“I’m looking forward to the movie, it’s gonna be a crazy experience,” Cheadle told Variety at the film’s Friday night premiere. “I haven’t been […]

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John David Washington to Headline Gareth Edwards’ New Sci-Fi Movie ‘True Love’

After headlining last summer’s time-bending thriller “Tenet,” John David Washington is getting back in the sci-fi game, signing on to star in director Gareth Edwards’ upcoming film for New Regency.Titled “True Love,” the new movie is a sci-fi story, set in the near future. Additional plot details, however, are currently undisclosed.News of the project first […]

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‘The Tomorrow War’ Teaser Trailer: Chris Pratt Stars In Futuristic Blockbuster Coming To Amazon Prime July 2

Time travelers from a war-torn future, the fate of the world in the balance, and soldiers recruited into a secret military campaign. Is this a sequel to Christopher Nolan‘s “Tenet“? Nope, it’s “The Tomorrow War,” a brand-new sci-fi action blockbuster that hits Amazon Prime this summer.Read More: ‘The Tomorrow War’: Amazon Buys Rights For Chris […]

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20 Stunning Shots from the 2021 Oscar Nominees

Cinematographers Hoyte van Hoytema, Sean Bobbitt, Newton Thomas Sigel, Joshua James Richards, and Dariusz Wolski always deliver visually stunning work, but they outdid themselves this year with their 2021 Oscar-nominated titles. From the humungous scope of “Tenet” (Hoytema) to the reimagining of Western palettes in “Nomadland” and “News of the World”, there was so much […]

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