Archive for August 11, 2017

IT Director Ramps Up the Weirdness with Disturbing Pennywise Photo

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Some new photos and details on Andres Muschietti's IT have arrived, with the director describing Pennywise as very weird and disturbing.

Sony’s Silver and Black Gets February 2019 Release Date

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Sony’s second Spider-Man spinoff film, Silver and Black gets a release date in February 2019. Although Sony Pictures tried to set the stage for a Spidey-focused shared superhero universe in Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the film wasn’t well received by critics or fans, and failed to meet expectations in terms of its box office earnings. As a result, Sony scrapped plans for its Spider-Man shared universe and struck a deal with Marvel Studios to introduce Peter Parker to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The latest Spider-Man, played by Tom Holland, received his standalone debut earlier this summer in Spider-Man: Homecoming, but Sony is still planning ...

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James Gunn Wants Michael Rooker to Get an Oscar Nod for Guardians 2

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 writer-director James Gunn is throwing his weight behind an Oscar push for Yondu actor Michael Rooker. A venerable actor whose career spans over three decades and more than 100 roles in film and television, Rooker finally started getting the notice he deserves beginning in 2010 by playing the ambiguous-turned-redemptive villain Merle Dixon in AMC’s smash zombie drama The Walking Dead.

And while Merle eventually met his demise in the series in 2013, his longtime friend and collaborator Gunn quickly scooped up the grizzled ...

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Tombstone Was Mostly Directed by Kurt Russell Claims Val Kilmer

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Val Kilmer sheds new light on the extraordinary lengths Kurt Russell went to in essentially directing the Western classic Tombstone.

Game Of Thrones: 15 Things You Didn’t Know About Lady Stoneheart

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One of the most talked about characters in the universe of A Song of Ice and Fire – the novel series by George R R Martin that critically-acclaimed fantasy series Game of Thrones is based on – is Lady Stoneheart.

She’s somebody that we thought for years would be coming to television screens across the globe, but a woman we now know will be reserved for those fans who take the time out to read what’s on offer so far in the books (and are patient enough in waiting for Martin to finish the series).

Stoneheart is, of course, the resurrected Catelyn ...

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