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More Disenchantment will soon be landing on Netflix. The animated show created by Matt Groening has a new promo announcing the third part, with the tagline “Don’t mess with mommy. Disenchantment Part 3 coming in 2020.” Disenchantment season 2 ended with a cliffhanger (similar to season 1), where the main characters

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Here is the full list of nominations for the 2020 Golden Globe’s. Best Motion Picture – Drama The Irishman Joker The Two Popes Marriage Story 1917 Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Knives Out Dolemite Is My Name Jojo Rabbit Rocketman Best Motion

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Wonder Woman 1984‘s first trailer finally debuted today at Brazil’s Comic-Con. Gal Gadot shared with a very excited audience that the female hero in this entry is “quite lonely, she’s lost all of her friends over the years, and she’s doing what she needs to do”. Wonder Woman 1984 marks the

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I subscribed for 3 years to Disney+ during a special offer during D23. I am really glad I did. My family and I have made great use out of the service. The amount of content on launch was great, and it continues to expand. I am looking forward to some

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Screen Invasion 2.0 is here. We’ve got a new mobile friendly look that will hopefully help with your experience on the site. We’re excited about the future. Before we can look forward, it’s important that we look at how we have gotten to where we are. The site was founded

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There’s a brand new teaser trailer for DISNEY·PIXAR’S “Coco” available now. It looks stunning, and reminds me of Jorge Gutierrez’s film “The Book of Life” in its themes and sensibilities. Check it out and feel free to leave your comments below. Synopsis: “Despite his family’s baffling generations-old ban on music,

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This handy infographic can help you learn some of the ways in which smartphone users can protect their devices.

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LAIKA, the acclaimed animation studio and creators of the upcoming film, Kubo and the Two Strings,  will present “From Coraline to Kubo: A Magical LAIKA Experience.” at Universal Studios Hollywood, CA on a limited time engagement until August 14th 2016. The exhibit ill showcase the evolution of LAIKA’s unique blend of

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  Three years too late. That’s the first – and most likely last – thought that comes to mind when news leaked that one-time mobile game app champion, “Angry Birds,” would receive the big-screen, animation treatment (otherwise known as corporate brand extension). Half a decade ago, Angry Birds could be found on

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  Jeff Nichols’ (Mud, Take Shelter, Shotgun Stories) fourth feature-length film, Midnight Special, could have been easily retitled “The Young Messiah Chronicles,” “The Adventures of the Young Messiah,” or “The Young Messiah and the Journey to Wonderland” (the sequel title already comes pre-made, “The Young Messiah and the Wizard of

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  It seemed like a brilliant idea at the time: Out Marvel-Marvel, skip standalone superhero intros and go straight to the main event, bringing DC’s two biggest, most iconic, oldest superheroes, Batman and Superman, together to do what every schoolboy and schoolgirl imagined when their favorite superheroes appears on the same comic-book

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Even though all the available evidence suggests that the once-lucrative, dystopian YA adaptation trend has run its course, the producers behind the Divergent series would beg to differ. Given its derivative, original plot and logic-challenged world building, Veronica Roth’s YA series didn’t exactly merit big-screen adaptations, but here we are, three films

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  Not content to helm the highest-grossing film of all time (not adjusted for inflation), JJ Abrams is back just three months after the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, as the producer behind 10 Cloverfield Lane, the latest feature-length film to emerge from Abrams’ seemingly inexhaustible “mystery box” (a

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  “Same sh*te, different country” basically sums up London Has Fallen, the much unanticipated sequel to 2013’s semi-surprise hit, Olympus Has Fallen. A xenophobic, ultra-right-wing reactionary’s wet dream, Olympus Has Fallen featured Gerard Butler as a Secret Service agent who saves the U.S. president, the country, and even the day

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  There’s more than enough sound and fury in John Hillcoat’s (Lawless, The Road, The Proposition) fourth film, Triple 9, an Atlanta-set bad cop urban actioner, to fill three or four sub-mediocre, straight-to-VOD bad cop/crime thrillers. It’s also the perfect example of “checklist screenwriting” (bad cop edition) this year, from

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  Writer-director Robert Eggers‘ profoundly gripping, remarkably assured feature-length debut, The Witch: A New England Folktale, opens with the expulsion of a family of seven from a New England Puritan settlement, circa 1630, six decades before the infamous Salem witch trials became synonymous with repressive, superstition-fueled paranoia, religious fanaticism, and unjust

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