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J.J. Abrams No Longer Wants To Be Mr. Franchise Saver | Film News

  J.J. Abrams has long been the major studios’ saving grace, a director-for-hire that could replenish any dead franchise with a glossy new coat via modern updates, added cool and a whole heap of intertextuality.   First, he took the Mission Impossible franchise from the hands of John Woo, who had temporarily sunk it into a deep hole of action[…]

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‘Santa Clarita Diet’ TV Spots: This Isn’t Your Typical Drew Barrymore Comedy | TV News

  Santa Clarita Diet was assumed to be another Netflix Original series aimed at the same audience that binge-watched Fuller House, before maybe adding a little spice to their evenings with a few viewings of Easy. The casting of Drew Barrymore, who has often been the poster child for easily digestible romcoms over the past decade, seemed to confirm this.[…]

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New ‘Baywatch’ Trailer Confirms Absurdity | Film Trailer

  Admit it, you scoffed when you heard about the upcoming Baywatch movie sometime last year, and probably wondered how an adaptation of the ridiculous yet insanely popular TV show was going to function. Well, in our increasingly postmodern world, it seems the way to go is to cram the film with meta references and crank up the absurdity to[…]

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‘Uncharted’ Movie Now Has A Completed Script | Film News

  We’ve already been burnt once this year by video game adaptations thanks to Justin Kurzel’s rambunctious yet ultimately vapid Assassin’s Creed, and the track record in video game-to-movie history remains rather poor. It seems like every year there’s a new video game movie claiming to finally have the goods to create a fan-servicing, faithful adaptation for the big screen.[…]

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Terrence Malick’s ‘Song To Song’ To Open At SXSW | Film News

  The ever elusive Terrence Malick is set to debut his latest film at the SXSW film festival in Austin, Texas. The film, only recently titled Song To Song, was filmed back-to-back alongside Malick’s ethereal, hazy masterpiece, Knight Of Cups, which predictably divided audiences upon it’s eventual release last year.   SXSW is an apt place to debut the enigmatic,[…]

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