It Chapter Two De-Ages Young Actors for Flashbacks

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Andy Muschietti reveals that the young actors will have CGI de-aging effects applied for flashback scenes in It Chapter Two. facebook twitter tumblr Stephen King’s It novel has always been one of his most challenging to adapt, due both to structure and legacy. In addition to its gargantuan length, the […]

Home Alone To Get A Remake From Disney

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The studio is also planning to reimagine Night At The Museum and Diary Of A Wimpy Kid. facebook twitter tumblr Disney pretty much owns the movie industry these days with the MCU, Star Wars, and its incredible animation back catalog which it is slowly remaking as a live action series, […]

More Planet Of The Apes Movies Confirmed

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The Avatar and Planet Of The Apes franchises remained of clear interest, as a $170 million operating loss hit. facebook twitter tumblr Disney CEO Bob Iger put in a quarterly earnings call to analysts this week, and it was bad news for Fox’s development slate. The studio saw a $170 […]

Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling Review (Spoiler-Free)

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It’s a modern life indeed as Rocko and pals learn to embrace a new century. facebook twitter tumblr This Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling review endeavors to avoid spoilers, but does broadly touch upon major themes of the movie. Originally premiering on Nickelodeon not long after the network’s The Ren & […]

Blinded by the Light Review: Bruce Springsteen Movie is Joyous

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The songs of Bruce Springsteen transform the life of a British-Pakistani boy in Gurinder Chadha's Blinded by the Light. facebook twitter tumblr Sometimes you find salvation in the unlikeliest of places. For Blinded by the Light’s Javed (Viveik Kalra), a British-Pakistani boy growing up in ‘80s Luton, it comes in […]

The Peanut Butter Falcon Review

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The Peanut Butter Falcon is a sweet transcendentalist fantasy as sunny as its Southern backdrop. It also has a charming Shia LaBeouf. facebook twitter tumblr There is something quintessentially optimistic about the rolling of a river and the drift of the sea. It represents endless possibility, which could be argued […]

The Kitchen Review

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Tapping into the anger of our era is not enough to fuel The Kitchen, a sadly empty movie that brings star power but not much else. facebook twitter tumblr Fan favorites Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss do their best to cover for an awkward script that cannot quite […]

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