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Nicolas Cage to Play Dracula in Universal’s ‘Renfield’ Movie

Nicolas Cage is set to play Dracula in Universal’s “Renfield,” a monster movie centering not on the infamous vampire, but rather his notorious lackey.The call sheet may be confusing. That’s because Cage is starring alongside another Nic, Nicholas Hoult, who is portraying the unhinged henchman known as Renfield.An origin story, the upcoming film is expected […]

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Encounter Trailer: Riz Ahmed Tries To Save His Sons From (Possibly Imaginary) Aliens

After giving one of the best performances of last year in one of the best movies of last year — namely, “Sound of Metal” — Riz Ahmed is returning to Amazon Prime Video for “Encounter.” Directed and co-written by Michael Pearce, who last helmed the acclaimed psychological thriller, “Beast,” starring Jessie Buckley, “Encounter” sees Ahmed […]

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The Terminal List: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Amazon Studios is staying in the Chris Pratt business with “The Terminal List.” After the release of “The Tomorrow War,” it seems the two parties developed a […]

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Oscars Academy Postpones All In-Person Events and Screenings Until 2022

Covid is still disrupting the Oscar season. On Friday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science canceled all in-person events and screenings for the remainder of 2021. However, the Academy Museum in Los Angeles is still scheduled to open on Sept. 30, with the museum operating at 50% capacity during business hours and with […]

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Nicholas Hoult to Star in Universal Monster Movie ‘Renfield’

Nicholas Hoult is set to star in Renfield, Universal’s monster movie focused on Dracula’s infamous unhinged acolyte.Chris McKay, who helmed Amazon’s The Tomorrow War, is directing the feature which has a story from The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman. Ryan Ridley, known for Fox’s Ghosted and Adult Swim’s Rick & Morty, penned the script.McKay and […]

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‘The Tomorrow War’ Director Chris McKay on Selling the Film to Amazon and His Hopes to Make ‘Nightwing’

While it’s not uncommon for an animation director to make the leap into live-action filmmaking, it is rather rare for that first at bat to be a massive sci-fi blockbuster that isn’t based on any pre-existing properties. That’s the opportunity presented to Chris McKay, who transitioned from directing nearly four dozen episodes of “Robot Chicken” […]

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‘The Tomorrow War’ Review: Chris Pratt Goes Back to the Future to Lead a Battle Against Aliens

The creatures they’re fighting are odd-looking beasts. Imagine the big-jawed monsters from the “Alien” films crossed with Velociraptors crossed with rapidly galloping chickens, with skin that looks like it’s been rolled in egg wash and dipped in white flower. They’re all limbs, tentacles, teeth, haunches, and lightning movement — and, in the end, not that […]

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‘The Tomorrow War’ Review: A Bland Chris Pratt Fights the Future in Would-Be Amazon Blockbuster

A supposedly $200 million dollar sci-fi spectacle about contemporary people being conscripted into a future war that pits the human race against some very hungry aliens, “The Tomorrow War” sure is a mighty huge thing to watch at home on a (comparatively) small screen. And yet, strange as it is that this summer’s biggest original […]

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‘The Tomorrow War’ Review: Chris Pratt Fights for the Future in a Surprisingly Fun Blast From the Past

There’s a brand of cheesy, cornball, slightly trashy sci-fi blockbuster from the ’90s that died with the Clinton years as movies gave way to Bush-era cynicism (and Michael Bay-driven cacophony). You know the type: Independence Day and Volcano, movies that revolved around a misfit band of heroes and which naively believed a divided world could […]

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Chris McKay Dishes On Scrapped ‘Lego Batman Movie’ Sequel ‘Lego Superfriends’ Influenced By ‘Godfather Part II’ & ‘Boogie Nights’

Once upon a time in Hollywood, “The Lego Movie” felt it was going to be the second-coming of animation as the first installment was a decent financial success raking in $468 million and led to a somewhat successful spinoff, “The Lego Batman Movie” directed by Chris McKay earning an impressive $312 million globally.Read More: Chris […]

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