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Will Poulter Exits Amazon’s ‘Lord Of The Rings’ Series | TV News

  Amazon’s big-budget Lord Of The Rings series has hit a snag. Will Poulter has dropped out of the project. While his role was unknown, the Midsommer and Detroit actor was the biggest name attached to the show, so presumably he was in line for a hefty piece of the screentime pie.   The reason for Poulter’s departure is unknown.[…]

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Amazon’s ‘Lord Of The Rings’ Series Casts Will Poulter In Unknown Lead Role | TV News

  Will Poulter has successfully made the jump from TV to film, going from British sketch comedy to often playing despicable villains in Hollywood. Now, he’s making the jump back to TV with arguably the biggest role of his career. He’s been cast as one of the leads in Amazon’s upcoming Lord Of The Rings series.   He joins Australian[…]

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The Trailer For ‘Hereditary’ Director’s New Horror Movie ‘Midsommar’ Is Out | Film Trailer

  Hereditary, one of the scariest horror movies of 2018 directed by Ari Aster, saw great success. Today, the director is coming back with a new creepy trailer about a “Scandinavian folk horror” focusing on a “pagan cult”. Midsommar, comes out in July, and the expectations are very high.   The first trailer was more concerned with setting a spooky mood than revealing[…]

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Will Poulter Takes A Break From Social Media Due To Cyber Bullying | Film News

  Will Poulter, star of Black Mirror interact Netflix film Bandersnatch, We’re The Millers and Son Of Rambo, has been forced to quit social media for a while after backlash for his appearance in the Netflix film.   The bullying he received was so severe that it seems to have affected his mental health, and a step away from the[…]

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‘Detroit’ – Unrelenting Yet Ultimately Unfulfilled | Film Review

  Kathryn Bigelow‘s latest film, Detroit, is arguably the third (and presumably) final instalment in a loose trilogy centring on social and political issues within the United States, preceded by 2008’s The Hurt Locker and 2012’s Zero Dark Thirty.   While Detroit might be the weakest out of the three films, it still retains Bigelow’s visceral depiction of the cultural[…]

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