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Lupita Nyong’o & Rihanna Set To Star In Twitter-Inspired Project | Film News

  We’ve had films based on articles, award speeches and soon, even emojis, but this might be the oddest concoction of a film yet. Netflix has picked up a film at Cannes that is set to star Lupita Nyong’o and Rihanna, and be directed by Ava DuVernay.   That would normally be news anyway, but considering the idea for this[…]

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Rowan Atkinson Returns For Third ‘Johnny English’ Outing | Film News

  Rowan Atkinson is set to return as Johnny English for a third film. Eight years after the bumbling spy’s last outing, Johnny English Reborn, pre-production is reportedly beginning on a third film in the franchise which would arrive in October 2018.   While not as popular as Atkinson’s most famous role, Mr Bean, both previous films hauled in over[…]

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‘Resident Evil’ Franchise Set For Reboot | Film News

  You can’t trust Hollywood, can you? You’d assume that having a film titled The Final Chapter would mean the end of the series, right? Well, no. Despite Resident Evil: The Final Chapter only hitting cinemas a few months ago, the series is already getting a reboot.   Germany production giant Constantin Films are set to produce a new set[…]

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Yorgos Lanthimos Reveals First ‘The Killing Of A Sacred Deer’ Clip | Film News

  Yorgos Lanthimos is currently in Cannes to present his newest feature, The Killing Of A Sacred Deer, competing for the prestigious Palme d’Or. Lanthimos fascinated the critics at Cannes back in 2015 with his surreal arthouse hit, The Lobster which followed David, desperately looking for his better half at the risk of being turned into a beast and sent[…]

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‘The Craft’ Remake Is Moving Forward | Film News

  While there’s no shortage of remakes, reboots and sequels nowadays, most of them come from expected, big money properties that are practically guaranteed to bring in big box office numbers. Oh, and also The Craft.   If you stepped back in a time machine to 1996, you’d come across a strange movie horizon where a film about witches like[…]

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