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‘Secret Invasion’: Kingsley Ben-Adir To Play A Villain In Marvel Studios’ New Series

Fresh off his breakout role in “One Night in Miami…” (but he also was great in “The Oa”), Kingsley Ben-Adir is doing what all rising actors do nowadays—joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Except, it appears that Ben-Adir won’t be suiting up as a good guy in the forthcoming Disney+ series, “Secret Invasion.”According to Variety, Kingsley […]

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Jason Isaacs: ‘I’d like to apologise to anyone who met me before I was 30 – I was a drug addict’

The actor on Harry Potter, seeing himself age on screen, and being trolledBorn in Liverpool, Jason Isaacs, 57, studied at Central School of Speech and Drama. He appeared in the 2000 film The Patriot, and played Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter movies; his television series include Star Trek: Discovery, and The Oa. He stars […]

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Bella Thorne Starring in Sci-Fi Horror Movie ‘Friendship Game’

Bella Thorne will star in science-fiction horror movie “The Friendship Game,” directed by Scooter Corkle.Daniel Bekerman of Scythia Films is the producer. CAA and Tannaz Anisi’s 13 Films are launching sales at the Cannes Film Festival, which opens May 14. Production will start in August in Vancouver.Corkle is direction from a script by Damien Ober, […]

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‘The Oa Part II’ Trailer: Netflix’s Unique Original Series Goes To New Dimensions In Its Second Season

“The Oa” is the textbook definition of a polarizing TV series. Either you absolutely love it or you think it’s terrible. There are very few people that would fall in between those extremes. And interestingly enough, your feelings on the show probably weren’t cemented until the very end, with a scene that won’t be spoiled […]

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Bella Thorne’s Thriller ‘Ride’ Bought by Rlje Films, Urban Movie Channel

Rlje Films and Urban Movie Channel have acquired all North American rights to the upcoming Unified Pictures thriller “Ride.”The film stars Bella Thorne (“Famous in Love”), Jessie T. Usher and Will Brill (“The Oa”). “Ride” marks the feature film debut of writer-director Jeremy Ungar. Rlje plans to release the film nationally in theaters, VOD and […]

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‘Who Is America?’ Review: Sacha Baron Cohen’s Jokes Are Hit-or-Miss, but His Wild Showtime Series Could Kill Political Careers

Important is the kind of word that gets tossed around a lot when critiquing TV shows. Along with its many adjectives — relevant, vital, urgent, essential, etc. — the designation boosts scripted series from “The Looming Tower” and “The Handmaid’s Tale,” to “Scandal” and “The Oa,” noting their political, cultural, or storytelling significance. Unscripted fare, […]

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