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First Trailer For Netflix’s Sundance-Winning Documentary ‘Chasing Coral’ | Film Trailer

  From the streaming service that has brought us riveting dramas revolving around politics, monsters, prison systems and superheroes comes a documentary about…coral reefs?   Yup. No one can claim Netflix isn’t giving us a diverse collections of shows and movies. The trailer has arrived for Chasing Coral, a documentary that won the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival,[…]

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Patty Jenkins Not Yet Signed On For ‘Wonder Woman 2’ | Film News

  Although it was widely reported that, following the excellent box office numbers over the weekend for Wonder Woman, director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot were signed on for a sequel, it turns out only half of that statement is true.   Gadot is signed on for a second outing as the warrior princess as part of her overall[…]

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James Mangold & Taylor Sheridan To Collaborate On ‘Disorder’ Remake | Film News

  Two artists are about to take advantage of their current in-demand standing and team up. Director James Mangold, fresh off the massive success of Logan, and writer Taylor Sheridan, having written two of the most acclaimed scripts of the past two years in Sicario and Hell Or High Water, will collaborate to remake the 2015 French thriller Disorder.  […]

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Michael B. Jordan & Ryan Coogler Team Up Again For ‘Wrong Answer’ | Film News

  Writer/director Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan are practically inseparable at this point. Having found critical acclaim for their first collaboration on Fruitvale Station, which followed with both critical and box office success with Creed, and their third collaboration, the adaptation of Black Panther, currently in post-production, the two of them thought, why not re-team for a fourth time[…]

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‘Dark Universe’ Producer Wants A-Listers In Franchise | Film News

  The Mummy, which stars Tom Cruise and opens this Friday (June 8), is proposed as the beginning to Universal’s new interconnected franchise, Dark Universe, set to be based around classic movie monsters.   According to The Mummy director and producer Alex Kurtzmann, assuming his film is a hit, Universal is planning on instalments of Frankenstein, Dracula, Phantom Of The[…]

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