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The Woman in the Window Sets Release Date For Netflix Debut

The Woman in the Window Sets Release Date For Netflix DebutNetflix has finally announced the release date for Joe Wright’s upcoming thriller film The Woman in the Window. Originally set for theatrical release, the Amy Adams-led film will now be available for streaming on May 14. The announcement comes after nearly two months since Netflix successfully acquired the rights to the long-delayed feature from 20th Century Studios. The Woman in the Window was first delayed back in 2019 due to negative test screenings. Because of…

The Rise of Gru an entire year

For those hoping that 2021 would mark the end of massive delays for blockbuster films, sadly it’s not over yet. Universal Pictures is waiting it out just a bit longer, pushing one of its biggest releases back an entire year. The upcoming fifth installment in the Despicable Me franchise, Minions: The Rise of Gru, will now debut in 2022. Instead of its planned July 2, 2021 release, the animated film is now set for July 1st, 2022. While family films like Tom & Jerry: The Movie and The Croods 2 have done well at the…

I’m Officially Excited for Netflix’s Thunder Force

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnx6-YLXFwg Thunder Force looks like a fun take on two women who don’t fit the typical Marvel or DC equivalent of what a superhero is, a.k.a. slim, with just a hint of muscle to make you swoon. Instead, this movie is being sold as an action comedy about two estranged childhood best friends and the circumstances that bring them together—as superheroes, while being middle-aged women who don’t fit the mold. Here’s the synopsis, according to Netflix: In a world where supervillains are…

Crackle’s March 2021 Movie & TV Lineup

New to Stream: Crackle’s March 2021 Movie & TV LineupCrackle, the free streaming network, has announced its March 2021 movie and television lineup, including Playing With Power: The Nintendo Story, the five-part Crackle documentary series, and the Crackle Original documentary film After the Murder of Albert Lima. New channels coming to Crackle in March include the Hoops Channel, Angels and Demons, War Stories, Up Your Game, and Isn’t It Bromantic?Crackle spotlight titles include The Hurt Locker, The Imitation Game,…

Legacies: Why Landon Needs to Stay Dead

Legacies has backed itself into a corner with Landon Kirby, the son of Malivore. Landon was seemingly killed off on Legacies Season 3 Episode 4, while Legacies Season 3 Episode 5 strongly hinted that he had survived and was trapped somewhere outwith his control. But, for Legacies to progress, the character needs to die. As long as he is on the show, Malivore will still be lurking in the shadows, with monsters waiting to strike the characters. Unfortunately, the Malivore plot doesn't…

Movie Review – Coming 2 America (2021)

Coming 2 America, 2021. Directed by Craig Brewer.Starring Eddie Murphy, James Earl Jones, Arsenio Hall, Jermaine Fowler, Shari Headley, Teyana Taylor, Michael Blackson, Louie Anderson, Paul Bates, Wesley Snipes, Leslie Jones, KiKi Layne, Rick Ross, John Amos, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Tracy Morgan, Clint Smith, Rotimi, Nomzamo Mbatha, Luenell, Bella Murphy, Trevor Noah, and Morgan Freeman. SYNOPSIS: The African monarch Akeem learns he has a long-lost son in the United States and must return to America to meet this…

Cult Cater-Waiter Series ‘Party Down’ Revival in the Works at Starz

Ready to Party Down?Starz is developing a six-part limited series revival of the comedy about a sextet of Hollywood wannabes catering in Los Angeles while hoping to catch their big breaks. The original series, which you can watch on Starz and the Starz app, aired two seasons, from 2009 to 2010.The show’s executive producers Rob Thomas, Paul Rudd, John Enbom (who will serve as showrunner), and Dan Etheridge are returning for the reboot.There’s no word yet as to who will be in the show. The original starred Ken Marino, Adam…

29 Children’s Books by BIPOC Authors to Add to Your Bookshelf

One of the first books I’ve ever read was Bears on Wheels, by Dr. Seuss. The artwork grabbed my usually-easily-bored toddler attention with fervor, and I remember feeling so proud of myself for being able to finish (and read aloud, no less) a book on my own. I’ve had many fond memories of reading Seuss books, and a lot of the whimsical flair in his characters and worlds and stylistic choices informed my own writing style in many ways. Unfortunately, as with all things, growing up made me realize that Dr. Seuss was…

Alamo Drafthouse Launches “Support Local Cinemas” Series with LOTR Reunion

Alamo Drafthouse Launches “Support Local Cinemas” Series with LOTR ReunionAlamo Drafthouse Cinema has announced it is bringing together Middle-earth’s finest to celebrate and support local cinemas across the world. For three consecutive weeks beginning March 25 with The Fellowship of the Ring, cast members from the cast of The Lord of the Rings trilogy will come together for conversations celebrating the 20th anniversary of these monumental films.Participating talents include Sean Astin, Cate Blanchett, Orlando Bloom,…

Party Down Revival in Development at Starz

It's time for some more Party Down! Starz on Thursday announced it is reviving the party and developing a six-part Party Down limited series. The new original comedy is being developed and executive produced by Party Down alumni Rob Thomas (Veronica Mars, iZombie) along with John Enbom (iZombie, Benched), Paul Rudd (Ant-Man, Ghostbusters: Afterlife), and Dan Etheridge (Veronica Mars, iZombie). Enbom also serves as showrunner. The limited series is produced for Starz by…

Peter Rabbit 2 release moved up to May

After delaying Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway multiple times last year due to the ongoing health crisis, Sony Pictures has now moved up the sequel from its previous June 11th 2021 release date to May 14th 2021. Peter Rabbit 2 was originally slated for an April 3rd, 2020 release, but it was one of the first films to be pushed back as studios adjusted to the reality of the crisis and social distancing. It was originally delayed to August 2020, but was pushed once again when there were no signs of improvement for the movie…

Paul Bettany Lovingly Trolls ‘WandaVision’ Fans

Spoilers for episode 8 of WandaVision Tomorrow is the finale of WandaVision and my emotions are currently in a blender set on high. This series has really put us through the emotional wringer, and no one knows that better than the cast and crew that’s been putting on a hell of a good show for us. Fan theories are aplenty, with all of us trying to find meaning in what’s been said in interviews or if you pause a certain scene at the right time. One thing that came up was a comment Paul Bettany made about looking…

About Endlessness Trailer From Acclaimed Director Roy Andersson

New About Endlessness trailer from acclaimed director Roy AnderssonMagnolia Pictures has revealed the new trailer for About Endlessness, the latest startling comedy/drama from acclaimed Swedish filmmaker Roy Andersson (Songs from the Second Floor, You, the Living, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence). Check out the About Endlessness trailer in the player below!RELATED: About Endlessness Trailer: Roy Andersson Reflects on Human LifeAbout Endlessness is a reflection on human life in all its beauty and cruelty,…

Manifest Season 3 Poster: What Does It Mean?!

Manifest Season 3 is less than a month away. To celebrate the occasion, NBC dropped a brand-new poster, and it looks like we're finally getting some insight into what happened to the Flight 828ers. The main characters are seen looking into the water, clearly shocked by what's below. But what you might have missed is the arrival of a new character named Angelina. She's played by The Americans' Holly Taylor, and we have no idea what to expect. You can spot Angelina at the…

The Wonder Years reboot casts Saycon Sengbloh in lead role

Deadline has revealed that the upcoming reboot of The Wonder Years has cast Saycon Sengbloh (In The Dark) in the lead role as the matriarch of the Williams family in the new ABC series. The Wonder Years reboot will feature a Black family in the 1960s, the same period the original series was set in. The official synopsis reads the show will explore “how the Williamses, a Black middle-class family in Montgomery, AL, in the turbulent late 1960s made sure it was the Wonder Years for them too.” Original Wonder Years star…

‘Dexter’ Revival Adds Paralympian Katy Sullivan in Recurring Role

We now know someone else in the town that Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall), the former blood-spatter expert for the Miami police department who happened to be a serial killer as well, is living in when we see him again in the upcoming Showtime revival.Paralympian Katy Sullivan will recur as Iron Lake Police Station’s dispatcher Esther in the new Dexter episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter.Her previous TV credits include guest spots on Station 19, NCIS: New Orleans, and Last Man Standing.The revival picks up 10…

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