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‘Tenet’s New Trailer Is Equal Parts Trippy and Thrilling, Thank God

Fans of big-budget, adult-focused, original, intelligent genre films rejoice! Christopher Nolan is here with another trailer for his upcoming mind-bender, Tenet. The film stars John David Washington (BlacKkKlansman), Robert Pattinson (High Life), and Elizabeth Debicki (Widows). Working from his own script, Nolan directed the picture with returning Dp Hoyte van Hoytema, who last lensed Nolan’sDunkirk, […]

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‘True Detective’ Creator Nic Pizzolatto Wants Batman to Fight God in His Version of the DC Tentpole

These days, everyone seems to want to jump into the Batman extended universe. With Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” coming (hopefully) in 2021, “Joker” rocking the planet last year, and Aronofsky recently spilling the tea on his busted adaptation of the comic book “Batman: Year One,” the Dark Knight is back in the mix. And arguably […]

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Cool Stuff: S.H. Figuarts Unveils One of the Best 1989 ‘Batman’ Action Figures Ever

Even though there have been countless Batman action figures released over the years, there haven’t been a lot of film-accurate action figures inspired by Tim Burton‘s big screen adaptation from 1989. In fact, with the exception of figures from Neca and Hot Toys, the Michael Keaton version of The Dark Knight has largely been ignored, […]

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Ben Affleck Left ‘The Batman’ After Being Told ‘You’ll Drink Yourself to Death’

More than a year after his announcement that he’d be giving up the role of The Dark Knight, Ben Affleck has opened up about his decision in a New York Times profile.Affleck was previously set to direct and star in the DC film before it landed with filmmaker Matt Reeves and the new Caped Crusader, […]

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50 Films, Actors and Directors Overlooked by the Oscars

There are no right or wrong decisions in Oscar winners, since it’s all a matter of personal taste. However, four categories in the past 91 years — best picture, director, actor and actress — are a reminder that some greats did not get the appreciation they deserved. In 1962, Peter O’Toole (“Lawrence of Arabia”) had […]

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Superhero Bits: ‘Superman: Red Son’ Animated Movie Trailer, ‘Celebrating Stan Lee’ Airs Friday & More

Want to see the first trailer for Superman: Red Son? Do you have your DVR set to record Celebrating Stan Lee on Friday? Did HBO’s Watchmen series actually throw shade at Zack Snyder? Why did director Boots Riley call Joker and The Dark Knight “cop movies” recently? How did Kumail Nanjiani respond to being featured […]

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Boots Riley Explains Why ‘Joker’ Isn’t a Radical Comic Book Movie at All

Hip-hop artist-turned-director Boots Riley broke out onto the film scene last year with “Sorry to Bother You,” a politically charged Sundance sensation that proved a summer box-office sleeper in 2018. While Riley has yet to set a follow-up film project, he has remained a continually outspoken cinephile, as evidenced by his remarks about Quentin Tarantino’s […]

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‘Tenet’ IMAX Prologue Likely To Play Before ‘The Rise of Skywalker’

The trend of Christopher Nolan movie prologue screenings continues with Tenet, Nolan’s latest secretive film. Similar to what happened with The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises and Dunkirk, the opening sequence of Nolan’s new movie is headed to IMAX movie screens – in front of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. That’s bound to […]

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