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What shows do you remember that no one else does?

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| By DUCEDUCE - 4 hours ago

I was telling my homeboy about Parker Lewis cant Lose. Says he never head of the show. What shows did you watch and no one talks about?

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John Wick: chapter 3 trailer 2

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My favorite scene when he's trying to keep himself from throwing up.

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First Avengers Endgame Tv Spot is Out!!!!

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Article inside X-men dark phoenix official story leak

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| By mpmastamind510 - 19 hours ago

Young Jean Grey arrives at the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters after accidentally causing her parentsÂ’ death in a car accident.

1992. The X-Men – Jean, Mystique, Beast, Cyclops, Storm, Nightcrawler and Quicksilver – have been embraced as heroes for saving the world from Apocalypse. Professor Charles Xavier deploys them to rescue astronauts whose shuttle has been struck by an ancient cosmic entity known as "The Phoenix". The mission goes awry and Jean is possessed by the Phoenix. Shapeshifting aliens learn about the Phoenix’s presence on Earth and arrive on Earth, where they masquerade as government operatives led by "Agent Smith" (Jessica Chastain).

Jean is unable to control her powers and escapes after realizing that her father survived the accident and Xavier altered her memories. The X-Men locate her, but Jean spirals out of control after her father blames her for her mother's death and rejects her, accidentally kills Mystique and leaves Quicksilver in a coma, then flees to a mutant camp run by Magneto for protection. Smith sends the Mutant Containment Unit after her to further strain JeanÂ’s sanity, and she wreaks havoc in the camp before being rescued by the X-Men and brought back to the mansion. Magneto believes Jean to be too dangerous and rallies his acolytes to kill her with Beast's help.

The X-Men and the Acolytes battle outside the mansion while Smith manipulates Jean into embracing the Phoenix. The MCU arrives and captures the mutants, but their transport is ambushed by Smith and her followers. While the mutants battle the aliens, Smith attempts to steal the Phoenix for herself to conquer the galaxy, but with CyclopsÂ’ encouragement, Jean embraces it and sacrifices herself to destroy the aliens. Xavier decides to retire and leaves with Magneto, while the X-Men rebuild the institute in JeanÂ’s honor. In Paris, Xavier and Magneto witness the Phoenix fly over the skies, indicating that Jean is still alive somewhere.

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20 hours ago

PET SEMATARY Scores R Rating for "Disturbing and Violent Content"

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21 hours ago

Matt Reeves ‘THE BATMAN’ is currently eyeing to begin filming on December 9th

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US sitting at 100% on Rotten Tomatoes right now

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probably end up in the high 90s once it gets a few bad reviews from nobodies looking for attention

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Article inside Hollywood Reporter: First MCU X-MEN film won't release until after 2021

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| By mumbosauce - 24 hours ago

Unless Kevin Feige has a completed script waiting in his desk drawer, the newly arriving heroes from the Disney-Fox merger are unlikely to hit screens until at least 2021, if not later.


Marvel Studios has built an empire using characters that were once considered B-list, because many of its A-players had been licensed out to other studios, including Fox.

Now for the first time, the studio's cinematic universe will have access to classic characters that were once key pillars to the publishing division. Fantastic Four is the comic that launched Marvel, while X-Men was the best-selling and most influential comic title for over two decades.

The injection of new characters comes as Avengers: Endgame will presumably be the swan song for some of the characters who have turned from heroes largely unknown outside of comic book circles to the faces of billion-dollar franchises, such as Chris Evans' Captain America and Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man.

Reynolds' Deadpool is expected to be the only iteration of the X-Men to make the jump to Disney, with Disney CEO Bob Iger having confirmed multiple times that a popular, R-rated version of the character could exist at the studio.

But before it reboots the X-Men, Disney is inheriting two projects from Fox. Dark Phoenix (June 7) will be the first X-Men movie marketed by the studio and comes from longtime X-Men producer Simon Kinberg, making his directorial debut.

The fate of the other film, writer-director Josh Boone's New Mutants, remains in the hands of Disney execs, who will decide its future after seeing it. New Mutants still has an Aug. 2 release date, but is said to be troubled. The idea of reshoots has been brought up, although the film could ultimately end up on a streaming platform, such as Disney+ or Hulu rather than a theatrical release.

Charting a path forward for the X-Men isn't the only challenge faced by the integration. The X-Men films date back to 2000's X-Men, and there are producer deals that will need to be looked at and either untangled or bought out, say sources. Lauren Shuler Donner, who championed the 2000 film and has been a producer on all Fox's mutant-centric movies, is said to have a deal that calls for her to receive an executive producer credit on any X-Men movie whether or not she is actively involved. Kinberg may have a similar deal.

Marvel Studios has not publicly revealed any plans for integrating members of the X-Men and Fantastic Four into its cinematic universe, though Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige is said to have met with several members of the X-Men old guard in recent months. Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley, who was hired to write a Doctor Doom movie in 2017, earlier this month confirmed he's spoken to Feige about the script centering on the Fantastic Four villain, though Hawley downplayed how serious those discussions were.

Though the Marvel projects will be under the purview of Feige, who has worked on Marvel properties since 2000, genre-based special effect-laden extravaganzas will still be made at Fox. In early January, Fox greenlit its last batch of pre-Disney acquisition movies that are now beginning to go into production and will be overseen by Disney brass on some level. Fear Street, based on the R.L. Stine books, began shooting a couple of weeks ago. Free Guy, which stars Reynolds as a man who realizes he's living in a video game movie, has Shawn Levy set to direct and begins shooting next month.

Mouse Guard, based on the Boom! Studios comic series, is a motion-capture franchise starter being produced by Matt Reeves beginning in May. Steven Spielberg’s take on West Side Story is to begin shooting this summer while Death on the Nile, the follow-up to Murder on the Orient Express, is prepping for a late September start with Kenneth Branagh back as detective Hercule Poirot and Gal Gadot and Armie Hammer on the suspects list.

Marvel has just one movie officially dated and titled for after Endgame — July's Spider-Man: Far From Home, a co-production with Sony Pictures. While Disney's release schedule does contain the highest volume of untitled Marvel movies yet (two in 2020, three in 2021), it remains unclear when an X-Men or Fantastic Four movie could make it onto the calendar. Marvel is expected to shoot Black Widow and The Eternals this year, with kung fu hero Shang-Chi likely to bring up the rear. Also in development are sequels to Black Panther, Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Unless Feige has a completed script waiting in his desk drawer, any of the newly arrived heroes are unlikely to hit screens at least until 2021, if not later.
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Image inside Will Smith & Martin Lawrence Bring Out the Big Guns for ‘Bad Boys for Life’

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| By A T - 24 hours ago

Not going to lie I think I'm just a tad bit nervous about this movie. Obviously it's one picture but between this and DJ Khaled and a few other things, well-

Please don't let these two Belgian directors fuck this franchise up

Martin Lawrence will unfortunately always be Will Smith‘s sidekick, but at least this time he gets a giant machine gun.

The movie stars were seen Tuesday night in Atlanta riding through the streets on a tandem motorcycle with a side mounted mini machine gun. Lawrence and Smith will also be joined by actress Vanessa Hudgens for the third installment of the “Bad Boys” franchise, and it’s expected to be action-packed.

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Video inside IP Man 4 - first teaser trailer Donnie Yen/Scott Adkins

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Article inside James Gunn's Suicide Squad 2...Isn't Suicide Squad 2...It's a Reboot

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James Gunn's Suicide Squad 2 Isnt A Sequel At All....It’s A "Total Reboot” The Working New Title Is “The Suicide Squad”

Written By Eddie Makuch on March 18, 2019 at 6:08PM PDT

More details have come to light about DC's upcoming Suicide Squad sequel from James Gunn. Producer Peter Safran told Joblo that the sequel is a "total reboot," so it shouldn't be referred to as Suicide Squad 2. The name the studio is using is The Suicide Squad, though whether or not this is the final name or a working title remains unconfirmed.

"First of all, we don't call it Suicide Squad 2 'cause it's a total reboot, so it's The Suicide Squad and I think people should be extremely excited about it," Safran said.

Gunn, the Guardians of the Galaxy writer and director who was recently re-instated for Vol. 3, will write and direct The Suicide Squad. Regarding the script, Safran said, "It's everything you would hope from a James Gunn script and I think that says a lot and that promises a lot and I know that we will deliver a lot."

The intriguing angle of this story is that, now that he's back making Guardians of the Galaxy 3, Gunn is directing movies for both DC and Marvel. Safran said he and Gunn agree that the Marvel vs. DC rivalry is "absurd," and everything is going to be just fine.

"You know what I love about James directing for both Marvel and DC is he has always espoused the view that that which unites comic book and superhero lovers is much greater than that which divides us," Safran said. "Because, there's always been this Marvel/DC rivalry, which he has said, and I agree, is absurd. There's room for everybody and certainly that which unites us all is far greater than that which divides us, so hopefully they'll see that you can be both a Marvel and a DC fan and the world won't spin off its axis."

It's not exactly what what the description "total reboot" means for The Suicide Squad 2. What we do know is that Idris Elba will play Deadshot in the sequel, taking over the role from Will Smith.

The 2016 Suicide Squad received mixed reviews, but it was a massive commercial success. It made more than $746 million worldwide, and it won an Oscar for Makeup and Hairstyling.

The Suicide Squad comes to theatres in August 2021. A recent intriguing report says the film will add a number of characters from the DC Comics world, including Ratcatcher, King Shark, Polka-Dot Man, and Peacemaker. There's not yet a date for when Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy 3 will release.

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1 day ago

Video inside Jordan Peele's Inspiration for Us Came from His Own Fear of Doppelgängers

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Jordan Peele talks about his idea for an amusement ride based off Get Out, where he got the idea for Us and Lupita Nyong'o going full method during filming.

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Image inside A new poster for ‘SHAZAM’ has been officially released

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Video inside The Racist History of the first female Captain Marvel

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| By marcchrome - 1 day ago

Shout out to Monica Rambo....

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Video inside Once upon a time in Hollywood official trailer

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According to the autopsy report -- obtained by TMZ -- St. John was discharged from a mental health facility just 2 days before his death. The report says he was admitted after threatening to hurt himself.

Kristoff St. John died from heart disease and alcohol abuse ... according to a report from the L.A. coroner's office.

The 'Young and the Restless' star's official cause of death is listed as hypertrophic heart disease and is categorized as accidental, according to the report obtained by TMZ. The disease makes it difficult for the heart to pump blood and often goes undiagnosed.

As for the "accidental" label -- that's because Kristoff was apparently on an alcohol binge at the time of his death.

We broke the story ... 52-year-old Kristoff was found dead last month at his home in the San Fernando Valley. Law enforcement sources say one of the actor's friends went to check on him and found his body. Police and paramedics responded, and we're told Kristoff was pronounced dead on the scene.

As we reported ... a source close to Kristoff tells us the actor checked himself into UCLA Medical Center in January for depression issues, and he had just been released a few days before his death. We're told Kristoff's depression was partially linked to his son, Julian's suicide in 2014. It also seems to be the likely trigger for Kristoff's heavy drinking at the time of his death.

As you know, around the 3-year anniversary of Julian's suicide in 2017, Kristoff allegedly threatened to take his own life with a gun ... and cops placed him under a 72-hour hold for psychiatric evaluation.

Kristoff had played Neil Winters on 'Y&R' since 1991 -- earning 9 Daytime Emmy Award nominations for the role. He also won 10 NAACP Image Awards.

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Terminator: Dark Fate' as the title with a Nov. 1, 2019 release date, direct sequel to T2

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Article inside Mark my words, BX

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| By bourne1978 - 2 days ago

One day they are going to be making commercials that are full length movies, and having them play at the theater like any other movie. There is more money to be made from doing so, is why.

Imagine this being made into a movie... Start at the 0:04 mark.

^That would be just a taste of how some day commercials being full length movies can be action/adventure or whatever genre.

I mean, some commercials have movie making material. Check this last one out, and see if I'm not too far off on that being the truth...

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2 days ago

Disney-Fox Merger Complete

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| By MightyHealthy2 - 2 days ago

The end of an era: Disney's acquisition of 21st Century Fox is finally complete

To quote a certain mystically inclined neurosurgeon, we’re in the endgame now.

By 12:02 a.m. ET on the morning of Wednesday, March 20, the Walt Disney Company’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox will be complete, putting the cap on the long-gestating negotiation that will see the merging of these two Hollywood houses.

The deal, first announced in December 2017 with a multi-billion-dollar price tag, will see Disney absorb the 21st Century Fox movie and TV divisions. That includes film rights to the X-Men, Deadpool, and Fantastic Four, as well as the Avatar franchise from James Cameron, the speciality distributor Fox Searchlight (which released Oscar winners The Shape of Water and The Favourite), and TV hits like The X-Files and Empire.

The Rupert Murdoch-owned Fox Corp., however, will remain its own thing and be as Fox News-y as ever. On Tuesday morning, as news of the finalized acquisition was made public, former House Speaker Paul Ryan was appointed to the Fox Corp. board as one of its new members, according to The Wrap.

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