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First Trailer For ‘The Raid’ Director’s Bloody Follow-Up ‘Apostle’ | Film Trailer

  Netflix has released the the first trailer for the new film from The Raid writer/director Gareth Evans, Apostle. However there won’t be any highly choreographed fight scenes in tall buildings this time around, as this is a bloody, faith-based horror-thriller set in 1905.   It stars Dan Stevens as Thomas Richardson, a man who travels to a secluded island[…]

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Disney Releases Magical Full ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Trailer | Film Trailer

  Following a teaser a month ago, Disney has now released the full trailer for the upcoming sequel Mary Poppins Returns.   Rob Marshall (Chicago) is helming the follow-up to the classic 1964 film, which sees Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) returning to the Banks family after they suffer a loss. Michael and Jane are now adults, but Mary and her[…]

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Todd Phillips Reveals First Look At Joaquin Phoenix In ‘Joker’ | Film News

  Director Todd Phillips‘ upcoming low-budget, non-DCEU, Martin Scorsese-inspired Joker movie has had a lot of people scratching their heads. With an intriguing but mysterious premise, and a disparate cast, no one quite knows what to think of this strange project.   It will likely be like no other superhero film we’ve seen before, for better or worse, and Phillips[…]

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Kate Beckinsale Says She Won’t Do Another ‘Underworld’ | Film News

  Although it was the franchise that made her an action star, Kate Beckinsale is reportedly done with Underworld. Speaking to Variety, the British actress stated she won’t be suiting up as vampire heroine Selene again: “I wouldn’t return. I’ve done plenty of those”.   Beckinsale played the role in four out of the five movies in the series, beginning[…]

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NBC Sets Three New Series With Major Talent Involved | TV News

  NBC reportedly has three new series in the works, all with disparate, high-profile talent involved. First, 21 Jump Street and The LEGO Movie directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller are set to produce a single-camera comedy project titled Business As Usual. The story follows everyday employees at a company in crisis, trying to keep their jobs and relationships afloat[…]

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