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#1 The most cinematic walk to an old folks home. I've ever seen.

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@movies      By The NightFox      2 hours ago


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#2 It makes me mad how great these scenes are in this bullsh-t fu-king movie.

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@movies      By The NightFox      2 hours ago


2/3 of this is movie is good.

But that 1/3.

If they just stayed with the ground samurai motif. It could've been GREAT.


Bullet train scene is flames.

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#3  black actors you might not know passed away

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  @movies      By trill jackson      2 hours ago



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#4 One day people are gonna realize, Michael Bay is a fu-king genius.

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@movies      By The NightFox      7 hours ago


There is nothing there. This is all his imagination on the screen.


I don't know why people dont or never give him the credit he really honestly truly deserves, yes the story and characters pretty weak sh*t.

But from a filmmaking perspective this sh*t is INCREDIBLE.



Just watch and say to yourself, this n*gga really thought this and put it on screen and had people animate the sh*t and bring it to life.



It's fire, low-grade. But kinda fire.


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#5  Blacula Reboot Is In Development At MGM

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@movies      By Grimm      7 hours ago



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“Blacula” is leaving the coffin.

MGM, Bron and Hidden Empire Film GroupÂ’s Deon and Roxanne Avent Taylor are teaming up for a reboot of the blaxploitation horror classic.



The new film is a modern reimagining of the 1972 movie, directed by William Crain and starring William Marshall as Blacula. The reboot picks up where the original saga left off, after the 1973 sequel “Scream Blacula Scream,” and will be set in a metropolitan city post-coronavirus pandemic.

A description of “Blacula” teases how the movie will update the classic story, as it follows the vampire as he “thirsts for vengeance”:

Blacula is an ancient African prince who is cursed by Dracula after he fails to agree to end the slave trade. Blacula is entombed and awakens 200 years later ready to avenge the death of his ancestors and of those responsible for robbing his people of their work, culture and heritage as they appropriated it for profit.


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#6  Seinfeld WonÂ’t Be Streaming Anywhere for a While, Fall release for NETFLIX

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@movies      By rexplosive      7 hours ago

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"It will not be the Summer of George.

As Vulture reported earlier today, Seinfeld — as long expected — is leaving Hulu this month. The legendary show about nothing will vanish from the Disney-owned streamer on June 23, nearly two years after Netflix paid handsomely to steal away global streaming rights. But in what will surely be sad news for stans of the series, Buffering has learned Seinfeld will not simply hop over to its new home the next day, or even the next week. In fact, industry insiders familiar with the situation tell us Jerry and Elaine and George and Kramer won’t land on Netflix until closer to the fall — September at the earliest — leaving Seinfeld digitally unhoused for a few months. So what’s the deal with the Seinfeld summertime interregnum?

Netflix isnÂ’t talking just yet, so itÂ’s hard to nail down the precise rationale for the delay. In theory, itÂ’s possible the streamerÂ’s deal with distributor Sony Pictures Television, announced in September 2019, doesnÂ’t allow it to take possession of the series for a bit. What seems more likely, however, is that execs have purposely decided to put a bit of space between SeinfeldÂ’s swan song on Hulu and its Netflix debut. If so, there are definite upsides to a pause.

For one, waiting awhile gives Netflix time to build an effective marketing campaign around the arrival of Seinfeld as a global streaming exclusive. When The Office left Netflix at the end of December, it immediately moved over to Peacock, which was in desperate need of a big, splashy title to drive sign-ups (or to at least get folks to check it out). But that also meant many of the stories about the show heading to Peacock had to share headline and story space with disgruntled — or at least annoyed — fans of The Office peeved they needed to pay for another streamer to see their show. That narrative was never going to play out with Seinfeld, since the number of Hulu subscribers who don’t also have Netflix is much smaller than Netflix subscribers who don’t get Peacock. Still, waiting ensures the story of Seinfeld streaming on Netflix is about only that.

What’s more, scarcity can often breed demand. (Just look at what happened when folks thought they might not be able to get gas for a week.) It sure seems logical Netflix might want to make folks miss Jerry and the gang just a smidge before bringing it back. But even if Netflix’s thought process doesn’t involve any of my amateur psychological analysis, it could well be that Netflix thinks it can make a bigger splash around Seinfeld in the fall, particularly given how the world is opening back up again and folks are doing stuff other than watching TV. It’s also possible Netflix’s programming schedulers (yes, they have those in streaming) believe some piece of original programming headed to the platform in the fall — perhaps a new stand-up special from Jerry? — might pair well with Seinfeld.

To be clear, I have no idea what exactly went into NetflixÂ’s decision to delay (though IÂ’ve been sniffing around to find out). But whatever the reason, because of its size and strength, the streamer clearly can afford to wait until it is most beneficial to its programming needs. This is, after all, not just another library-series add for Netflix. Stephen Battaglio of the Los Angeles Times, who broke the story of SeinfeldÂ’s defection two years ago, reported at the time Netflix was shelling out more than a half-billion for rights to the show. The company has also been working with Sony to upgrade the series to 4K, something which doesnÂ’t come cheap. And given Netflix has lost Friends and The Office within the last 18 months, Seinfeld gives the service a chance to win back some die-hard sitcom fans whoÂ’ve had less reason of late to use the service. IÂ’d be shocked if this was something Netflix simply slipped into its monthly WhatÂ’s New on Netflix newsletter without making any fuss. Its recommendation algorithm and homepage are obviously hugely powerful marketing tools, but this is the kind of a show you make a fuss about."

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#7  Favorite Steven Seagal Flick?

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@movies      By Gen Anti Fruit      7 hours ago


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#8 Bernie Mac Show' Actor Who Played "Jordan" Working Retail & Construction After Show's End

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  @movies      By Ethan Hunt      7 hours ago


Jeremy Suarez became a stand-out on The Bernie Mac Show as the comedian's nephew, Jordan. After the show ended, however, Suarez had difficulty finding work as he hit an awkward age and roles were no longer coming in as frequently.

In an interview with Comedy Hype, the actor explained that once he looked like a teen casting directors started hiring adults over him in order to save costs.

"It was a little bit rough because I was in this age bracket where I was...I looked like lower to middle-high school age," he said. "But at that age, they would much rather hire somebody who's like 19 to play that age because they don't have child actor laws."

Suarez added that child actors are restricted to a certain amount of hours they can work and need an on-set tutor hired. Therefore, hiring adults to play teen roles is vastly cheaper.

"Everything really slowed down and that was kind of hard for me because I had never gone like six months without a job," Suarez continued before stating he made the decision to take a step back from acting. "There's only so much life you can see on an acting set. So that's what I did. I went out and I just lived a normal life and that was really...it was cool because I had never done that before. I had never had a normal job and I wanted to go and kind of push myself. You don't if you tough until you test if you tough. So I went and I was working construction, I worked with the boilermakers, and I worked in retail. I tested if I was tough and the areas in which I wasn't tough yet, I worked on them until I am."





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#9 Jun 18 - Wow imagine having 2 boyfriend as a India girl hmmm!!

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@movies      By MediaEntertain      12 hours ago


Trailer for NEVER HAVE I EVER Season 2 Starring Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Darren Barnet.

About NEVER HAVE I EVER:
The complicated life of a modern-day first generation Indian American teenage girl, inspired by Mindy Kaling's own childhood.

Creators: Lang Fisher, Mindy Kaling
Stars: Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Darren Barnet, Poorna Jagannathan
#Drama #OfficialTrailer #Netflix #NeverHaveIEver

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#10  The Blacklist Season 8 (Next Week's Season Finale)

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@movies      By Micheal C. Will      22 hours ago

If you have seen the last episode, Bruh if Katarina ended up having an s*x change to become Raymond Reddington




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#11  Anthony Mackie shuts down gay romance rumors between Sam & Bucky

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  @movies      By StanlitoTheFly      1 day ago




Basically you can be a black Captain America

But you have to be a gay black Captain America

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#12  this might be the worst movie i seen all year ...

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@movies      By thatfrenchguy      1 day ago




tyrese, john malkovich, michael jai white, christopher backus,


all great actors, but seriously wtf was this ?????

for such a basic story line this sh*t made 0 sense so many plot holes..

the villians lost power from the very beginning, they had a 5 year old giving them L's at one point..

meanwhile michael jai dies and hes supposed to be the security guard

like i said sh*t made 0 sense....it was an hour and 30 minutes...but they could of atleast added few more minutes to give this some sort of backstory...argh im angry

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#13 who was more intelligent Walt or Mike

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@movies      By GUMa      1 day ago



who is considered more intelligent in your opinion?

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#14  Titans Season 3 Trailer!!

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#15  That time Elaine gave covid to the Head of NBC

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@movies      By lip service      1 day ago


Dude was coughing up a Lung

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#16  George Costanza was dangerous, he put a molly in his bosses drink after getting fired

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@movies      By lip service      1 day ago



first he quit

then tried to come back like nothing happened


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#17  Nicolas Cage Wants His Truffle Pig Back in First Trailer for 'Pig' Movie

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@movies      By Grimm      1 day ago



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"I'm looking for a truffle pig. Someone stole her." Neon has unveiled a trailer for the highly anticipated new Nicolas Cage movie titled Pig, which has been on the schedule for a while but hasn't premiered just yet. The film follows a truffle hunter who lives alone in the Oregonian wilderness who must return to his past in Portland in search of his beloved foraging pig after she's kidnapped. Pig is directed by Michael Sarnoski and stars Nicolas Cage, Alex Wolff, Adam Arkin, and Gretchen Corbett. The Italians usually use dogs for hunting truffles in Alba, but pigs are also just as common and have great noses, too. This looks like Nicolas Cage as a vegan John Wick getting back at the bastards who stole his prized truffle pig. Take them down!! This looks especially gnarly, and I can't wait to see it. I love how soft this trailer is, and his animals speech.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Michael Sarnoski's Pig, direct from Neon's YouTube:

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A truffle hunter (Cage) who lives alone in the Oregonian wilderness must return to his past in Portland in search of his beloved foraging pig after she is kidnapped. Pig is both written & directed by up-and-coming filmmaker Michael Sarnoski, making his feature directorial debut after directing episodes of "Olympia" and "f*ght Night Legacy" for TV previously, as well as a few shorts. Produced by Thomas Benski, Vanessa Block, Nicolas Cage, David Carrico, Ben Giladi, Adam Paulsen, Dori A. Rath, Joseph Restaino, Steve Tisch, and Dimitra Tsingou. This hasn't premiered at any festivals or elsewhere, as far as we know. Neon will debut Sarnoski's Pig in select US theaters starting on July 16th, 2021 this summer. First impression? Who's in?
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#18 Dave Season 2 premieres tonight at 10pm

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#19  George Costanza's girl leaves him after Jerrys girl tells her that his meat is small

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  @movies      By lip service      2 days ago





he tried to get revenge on her by feeding her shell fish lmaoo


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#20  Confessions Of A Time Traveler.. The Man From 3036 Documentary

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@movies      By Bilal      2 days ago

I'ma watch this today or tomorrow I don't believe it for obvious reasons but it seems interesting at least lol. Anyone watch it?


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