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  • Fans Wonder Why There Are Two Barry Allens In The Flash Trailer

    Fans Wonder Why There Are Two Barry Allens In The Flash Trailer

    DC’s FanDome was full of awesome trailers for upcoming superhero projects. The highlight was the incredible new The Batman trailer, but a first look at The Flash was a close second. The solo outing for the Scarlet Speedster is set to take the DCEU multiversal and will star both Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton’s Bruce Wayne/Batman. Keaton’s […] More

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  • Wes Anderson's Stylish Love Letter Never Buries The Lead

    Wes Anderson’s Stylish Love Letter Never Buries The Lead

    Owen Wilson’s Cycling Reporter Herbsaint Sazerac is tasked with the simple pitch of writing about the residents of Ennui-sur-Blasé (which hilariously translates to “Boredom-on-Blasé”), but turns a slice-of-life fluff piece into a rich tapestry of the drunks, whores, and drug dealers of the fictional French city. Tilda Swinton’s self-important staff writer J.K.L. Berensen is given […] More

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  • Brian Volk-Weiss Talks Season 3 of The Movies That Made Us

    Brian Volk-Weiss Talks Season 3 of The Movies That Made Us

    Netflix’s The Movies That Made Us recently released a new batch of episodes covering the productions of RoboCop, Halloween, A Nightmare On Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Aliens, and Coming to America, which gave ComingSoon the perfect opportunity to speak with showrunner/producer Brian Volk-Weiss. The Movies That Made Us looks inside the movies that have shaped generations […] More

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  • David Gordon Green Teases Danny McBride Cameo In Halloween Ends

    David Gordon Green Teases Danny McBride Cameo In Halloween Ends

    Folks only familiar with his onscreen persona may have been left scratching their heads when boisterous comic actor Danny McBride was first announced to be co-writing and executive producing a Halloween trilogy with longtime friend and regular collaborator David Gordon Green, which was an understandable reaction. After all, McBride’s appearances in projects including Tropic Thunder, […] More

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  • Dune Reportedly Leaks Online Ahead Of This Week's Release

    Dune Reportedly Leaks Online Ahead Of This Week’s Release

    Denis Villenueve’s Dune has been performing admirably at the international box office, and it’s got a potentially lucrative run in China still to come, but the filmmaker needs domestic audiences to head to their local theater to see his latest sci-fi epic to guarantee that the sequel will be given a green light. The director […] More

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  • The Internet Agrees You Need To Watch These Horror Hidden Gems

    The Internet Agrees You Need To Watch These Horror Hidden Gems

    Halloween is fast approaching, but you might be already running thin when it comes to horror movies to watch this spooky season. So what are some more underrated entries in the genre that deserve to be checked out? Not just the ones that weren’t big hits when they first came out and later became cult […] More

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  • Halloween Kills It at the Domestic Box Office

    Halloween Kills It at the Domestic Box Office

    To the surprise of no one, Halloween Kills topped the domestic box office. To the surprise of everyone, Halloween Kills scared up a $50 million debut from 3,705 locations despite the day-and-date release on Peacock’s streaming service. Per Deadline, the slasher pic held extremely well on Saturday, typically the day of death for most horror pics with […] More

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  • How Skyfall Became The Biggest Bond Movie Ever

    How Skyfall Became The Biggest Bond Movie Ever

    “Casino Royale” truly kicked the door open to this bold new era of Bond in high fashion. Unfortunately, the writer’s strike, among other things, put a bit of a wet blanket over the follow-up, 2008’s “Quantum of Solace.” While I personally have come to appreciate that movie quite a bit as a very direct sequel […] More

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  • Best Horror Movie Sequels, Ranked

    Best Horror Movie Sequels, Ranked

    Sequels are usually highly anticipated, but not always necessarily worthy successors to the original – especially when it comes to the horror genre. In lots of cases, their poor reputation among movie fans is unfortunately justified: often, studios are more interested in taking advantage of an already successful franchise than developing a strong plot for […] More

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  • Studios And TV & Film Workers Reach Tentative Deal To Avoid Strike

    Studios And TV & Film Workers Reach Tentative Deal To Avoid Strike

    Oscar statuettes are displayed at Times Square Studios 23 January 2006 in New York. The statuettes will be presented to winners of the 78th Academy Awards 05 March 2006 in Hollywood. Film and TV workers won’t go on strike after all following a last-minute deal with major studios over working conditions. The International Alliance of […] More

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  • Exclusive: 'Take My Hand' Clip from the Musical Fix

    Exclusive: ‘Take My Hand’ Clip from the Musical Fix

    The musical Fix is set to kick off its Academy qualifying theatrical run at the Sunset Arena Cinelounge on October 22, nearly three years after its production start date. To commemorate the occasion, ComingSoon is offering a sneak peek of the film via exclusive footage and behind-the-scenes coverage. Check out an exclusive Fix clip “Take My […] More

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