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First Trailer For Blumhouse’s Update Of ‘Fantasy Island’ | Film Trailer

  Blumhouse has released the first trailer for its modern update of Fantasy Island. The film is based on the 1980s TV series of the same name, and although the basic premise is the same – lure young people to a remote luxury destination and let them run wild – the goal is obviously a lot darker here.   Judging[…]

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First Trailer For ‘Scoob!’ Gives Us A Glimpse Of Shaggy & Scooby Origin Story | Film Trailer

  Warner Bros. has dropped the first trailer for Scoob!, the upcoming animated update of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? The original show ran from just 1969 to 1970, but ingrained itself into pop culture. However, rarely has the Scooby-Doo franchise delved into the pasts of its characters. This film introduces us to child versions of the whole gang, before promising[…]

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Dustin Hoffman To Star In ‘Big Bang Theory’ Star’s Directorial Debut | Film News

  Dustin Hoffman will star in the directorial debut of a major Big Bang Theory cast member. Mayim Bialik, who played Amy on the show, will helm a comedy-drama titled As Sick As They Made Us. She also wrote the script. She holds a PhD in neuroscience and has published four books, so it will be interesting to see how[…]

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‘Shazam!’ Director David F. Sandberg To Direct Netflix Horror Movie ‘The Unsound’ | Film News

  Shazam! director David F. Sandberg will direct a new horror movie for Netflix titled The Unsound. The film revolves around a psychiatrist who goes to an insane asylum where her mother used to work. However, she’s not visiting professionally as a consultant, she’s there as a patient. This being a horror film, she will unlock all kinds of dark,[…]

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Chris Pine To Play Walter Cronkite In Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s ‘Newsflash’ | Film News

  Chris Pine has boarded Alfonso Gomez-Rejon‘s Newsflash, and will star in the film as Walter Cronkite. The film takes place on November 22nd, 1963, when Cronkite put everything on the line to get the story right as when President John F. Kennedy was killed, resulting in a frantic, frightened nation looking towards their TVs – and him – for[…]

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