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  1. Might as well start it off with this thread ? what have you guys watched while the boards boards have been down? me: Rampage 2.5/5 Logan 5/5 Flower 3.5/5 Set It Up 4/5 (seriously, this was an actual good romcom)
  2. ‘Deadpool 3’ Confirmed for the MCU; Kevin Feige Teases R-Rating and When It’s Filming COLLIDER.COM Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirms Deadpool 3 will be in the MCU and will be Rated R, but fans are going to have to wait a bit to see it.
  3. It feels a little strange to say I'm "hyped" for a movie like this, but I totally am. Director Cholé Zhao's last movie, The Rider, was a beautiful piece of work. And this time, she actually hired a couple of real actors! It's topping Best of 2020 lists, which is a little annoying since most people won't be able to see it until at least Feb. of next year.
  4. 'Dune,' 'Matrix 4,' and Every 2021 Warner Bros. Film to Debut on HBO Max and in Theaters at Same Time WWW.INDIEWIRE.COM All of the studios' 2021 titles will be available to stream on HBO Max for one month at the same time they open in theaters. Wow, that is not good for theatres.
  5. How the hell have I slept on this gem? It's pure, stupid, unadulterated, testosterone-fueled, punchy-kicky fun time. It reminds me of the first Transporter movie. It stars Scott Adkins, who's basically the best fighting stunt man in the business. The director is a stunt coordinator himself. I don't know why Hollywood doesn't hire more stunt coordinators to direct action movies. It's refreshing to watch a fight scene that doesn't have a cut every .5 seconds. You can actually follow the narrative of the fight and remember who is doing what and where. In short, don't watch
  6. Good shit so far. Soul Reviews - Metacritic WWW.METACRITIC.COM Soul movie reviews & Metacritic score: Joe Gardner is a middle-school band teacher who gets the chance of a lifetime to play at the best jazz club in town. But one small misstep takes him from the st... Soul review – Pixar's rapturous tale of a jazz nut on a surreal out-of-body journey | Film | The Guardian WWW.THEGUARDIAN.COM There’s not much logic involved in this weird and wonderful story of a pianist who is accidentally transpo
  7. https://variety.com/2020/film/news/christopher-nolan-tenet-movie-theaters-reopening-july-coronavirus-1234599723/ What an absolute moron. He thinks it will revive theatres. There's already been a few articles about how he has been the one preventing it from being delayed.
  8. Hollywood studio MGM puts itself up for sale at $5bn | Business | The Guardian WWW.THEGUARDIAN.COM Studio behind James Bond franchise looks to cash in on rocketing prices for content amid TV streaming boom Here are their main franchises and licensing: James Bond Franchise The Handmaid's Tale Franchise Rocky Franchise Pink Panther Franchise Vikings Franchise Legally Blonde Franchise Stargate Franchise RoboCop Franchise Metro 2033 Hobbit (co-owned) Addam's Family Tomb Raid
  9. With this topic, I think we can safely close the book on 2020 now. Scott Stapp to Portray Frank Sinatra in Upcoming Ronald Reagan Biopic: Exclusive WWW.BILLBOARD.COM Scott Stapp, the veteran rock artist and Creed frontman, will make his feature film debut by portraying Frank Sinatra in the upcoming biopic Reagan.
  10. This follows actual confirmation that Jamie Foxx is back as Electro (with a different look, however). Looks like the MCU Spiderverse is happening?
  11. Jeremy Bulloch, Boba Fett Actor in Original 'Star Wars' Trilogy, Dead at 75 WWW.ROLLINGSTONE.COM Jeremy Bulloch, the actor who played the role of bounty hunter Boba Fett in the original 'Star Wars' trilogy, has died at the age of 75.
  12. The Dark Knight, Shrek to be preserved by the Library of Congress WWW.POLYGON.COM The two films join 23 others in showcasing the diversity of cinema’s history Chronologically: Suspense (1913) Kid Auto Races at Venice (1914) Bread (1918) The Battle of the Century (1927) With Car and Camera Around the World (1929) Cabin in the Sky (1943) Outrage (1950) The Man with the Golden Arm (1955) Lilies of the Field (1963) A Clockwork Orange (1971) Sweet Sweetback’s Baada
  13. Well, with all the Star Wars announcements happening lately it seems like a good time to get rid of these spare keys. I bought the movies in digital and then I bought the new 4k Blu-rays which also have digital codes I don't need. So up for grabs is A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi. I'll just give all three together as I'm assuming people either buy all or none. Edit And gone!
  14. Disappointing to hear because I would have loved to have seen what further stories about T'Challa would have been about, but absolutely understandable given the circumstances. I wonder how Coogler will change things up from his original vision, and if we'll ever heard what it was.
  15. Not sure there are any of you who have a subscription to Shudder but we're about an hour into the weekly Last Drive-In w/ Joe Bob Briggs and they're showing C.H.U.D. (Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers) and I am fucking loving it! Pure nostalgia and awesomeness, definitely worth checking out! (This shit is trending all over Twitter ya'll!)
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