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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has cast John Waters for season 4. The Amazon Prime original series has become a huge success for the streaming platform. The series comes from Gilmore Girls and Bunheads creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and first aired in 2017. Since then, the series has gone on to win 20 Emmy Awards and 3 Golden Globes. Variety confirmed that Waters will
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Here’s more fallout from Disney’s release date changes moves on Tuesday: With the studio dropping their 20th Century Studios’ Ryan Reynolds action comedy Free Guy on Aug. 13, Universal is now moving their Amblin Tom Hanks sci-fi film Bios, which was on that weekend, to Aug. 20 instead. That leaves the calendar looking as follows: August 13Don’t Breathe
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Fans claim the Kardashians’ look is “out of style” in a recent Reddit post. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians clan has attracted the ire of a growing mob of disgruntled fans who believe the family members and their big ol’ derrierès are passè. It all started when a Reddit user posted a lengthy and scathing postmortem on the family’s contributions to
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Just when it looked like studios were going back to a theatrical window release pattern with today’s news of Regal and Warner Bros’ deal, Disney has smashes that to bits. Disney said Tuesday that it is opening both of its key summer events pics Cruella and Marvel’s Black Widow simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+ with
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It’s no secret that the Brad Furman-directed City of Lies has had a rocky journey to the big screen. It’s played an exhausting game of musical chairs with distributors and a lawsuit involving the film’s location manager and the film’s star Johnny Depp. Through all, it still managed to make a theatrical debut as theaters begin to
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While it’s not really a time to take a victory lap at the box office with only 3,1k movie theaters opened out of U.S. and Canada’s 5,8K, five out of the eight Oscar nominated best pictures this past weekend in theatrical release reaped the halo effect of Monday’s noms. Keep in mind many arthouses, especially
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Over the last several decades, Sylvester Stallone and Rocky Balboa have truly become synonymous with each other. Stallone’s scappy fighter has faced multiple adversaries over the franchise’s storied history, including professional wrestling icon Hulk Hogan. Hogan entered the fray in Rocky III as wrestling champ Thunderlips and, recently, Stallone decided to pay tribute to their
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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla developer Ubisoft has disabled the game’s currently running seasonal content to give the studio time to fix crashing issues surrounding the limited-time event. Players of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla have experienced more frequent crashing, particularly within or around the area of Ravensthorpe, the player’s base of operations, since the game’s latest 1.2 update
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SATURDAY AM Update: Even though just 37% of the entire Los Angeles theatrical market is back online, it was enough to propel the DMA to the top weekend spot on Friday with $427,2K, repping a +1,100% jump from the same period a week ago. Los Angeles will feasibly be the No. 1 box office market this
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CinemaBlend participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via links. Warning: SPOILERS for Zack Snyder’s Justice League are ahead! Among the most memorable moments from 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was Bruce Wayne dreaming of the Knightmare future, where Earth had
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The Brad Furman-directed crime thriller City of Lies has had quite a journey, but the Saban Films release finally hits theaters today before dropping on digital and on demand April 9. Based on the book, LAbyrinth, by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Randall Sullivan and adapted by Christian Contreras, City of Lies follows the investigation into the infamous murder of
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CinemaBlend participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via links. There are a ton of great movies on Netflix. From original dramas racking up loads of Academy Award nominations to all those the intense action movies released by the streaming giant, there is
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The Motion Picture Association released its annual report on box office and home entertainment, and the bottom line is sobering but little surprise after a year of Covid closures. The U.S./Canada box office market was down 80% in 2020, to $2.2 billion, while tickets sold were down 81% to 0.24 billion. Still, that was offset
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Ralph Fiennes, the actor who played Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter films, claims that the recent fan backlash against J.K. Rowling is disturbing. His comments refer to criticism that Rowling faced following tweets from mid-2020, when the author made some controversial claims about the relationship between biological sex and gender identity. The tweets sparked an outcry among her followers, causing
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