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Ewan McGregor to Play Grown-Up Danny Torrance in ‘The Shining’ Sequel
The actor will play the adult version of the kiddo ‘The Shining’ in the new horror sequel from the director of ‘Gerald’s Game’ and ‘Oculus.’
‘The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln Rumored to Be Leaving in Season 9
Rumor has it two of the series’ biggest stars are leaving during the upcoming season.
What’s New on Amazon Prime Video: June 2018
‘The Disaster Artist,’ ‘Lady Bird’ and more heading to Amazon Prime next month.
T.J. Miller Arrested for Calling in a Fake Bomb Threat
T.J. Miller is really keeping up appearances.
Danny Boyle Will Direct ‘Bond 25’ Later This Year
It seems to be official — the long, tiresome saga surrounding the next James Bond movie has finally come to an end. Daniel Craig will once again don his suit and tie, with Danny Boyle getting behind the camera to direct the 25th installment of the iconic 007 franchise…as long as the script meets his approval.
‘The Last Jedi’ Alternate Scene Gives Phasma and Finn a Different Showdown
Even those who adored Rian Johnson’s Star Wars sequel (like us) can probably agree that at least one thing was a little lacking: Captain Phasma. Although we were excited for the return of Gwendoline Christie’s super shiny and ultra-intimidating trooper, she didn’t have a whole lot to do in The Last Jedi. Given the focus of Johnson’s story, that’s understandable, but we would’ve liked to see just a teeny bit more from Christie’s antagonist. Thanks to this alternate scene, now we can.
You Have to Watch This Kid’s Adorable Remake of ‘Black Panther’s Challenge Scene
The M’Baku Challenge has a clear winner.
‘Christopher Robin’ Trailer: Ewan McGregor Gives Winnie the Pooh a ‘Hook’
Aside from Ewan McGregor’s sharp-dressed form, the first observation you’ll make when watching the teaser trailer for Christopher Robin will probably be something like, “Um, isn’t this just Hook, but with Winnie the Pooh and that handsome Scottish man?” And yes, it’s basically that…but hopefully better given some of the talent involved.
This Is What Frances McDormand Meant by ‘Inclusion Rider’ at the Oscars
Chances are if you were watching the 2018 Oscars — like pretty much everyone else on the internet — then you saw Frances McDormand’s incredible acceptance speech for Best Actress. McDormand, who took home the honor for her performance in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (a timely film for the #MeToo movement), invited all of her fellow female nominees across every category to stand up and share in the remarkable moment. Then she ended the speech with a piece of advice. “Two words,” McDormand said. “Inclusion rider.”
What Is Up With These Teasers for Danny McBride’s ‘Crocodile Dundee’ Sequel?
It started late last Friday, when People magazine ran a mysterious teaser for Dundee — a sequel to Paul Hogan’s classic Crocodile Dundee movies, starring Danny McBride as the American son of the titular Aussie hero. With little else to go on and with McBride premiering a film at Sundance this week, we assumed the teaser was a fake-out of some kind. Surely a bunch of people didn’t go off into the Outback and make a top-secret sequel to something like Crocodile Dundee, of all things…right? But then another teaser appeared.
Disney Is Allegedly ‘Browning Up’ White Extras for ‘Aladdin’
Disney was met with anticipatory backlash upon announcing their plans for a live-action remake of Aladdin — the studio doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to diversity in front of and behind the scenes, after all. Despite hiring Guy Ritchie to direct the project, Disney publicly declared their commitment to enlisting regionally appropriate actors for Aladdin, which stars Mena Massoud as the eponymous hero opposite Naomi Scott as Jasmine and Marwan Kenzari as Jafar. But according to at least one actor on the set, Disney hasn’t entirely kept their promise.
2018 Golden Globes: Full List of Winners!
This year’s Golden Globes winners will officially be announced during the ceremony hosted by Seth Meyers on Sunday, January 7 at 5 p.m. PST/8 p.m. EST on NBC. We’ll be updating this post throughout the night with all of 2018’s big winners in the world of television and film.