Caped Crusader Is Going To Twist One Of The Dark Knight’s Best Villains

Timm knows something about reinventing Two-Face; he’s helped do it before. “Batman: The Animated Series” initially introduces Harvey Dent as a friend of Bruce Wayne. That makes Dent’s transformation in the two-part episode “Two-Face” (written by Alan Burnett and Randy Rogel) all the more tragic; Batman didn’t just fail a good man, he failed his […]

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Jeff Nichols’ Alien Nation Has Been Repurposed Back Into An Original Sci-Fi Film [Exclusive]

“That’s actually the script that it is,” Nichols said, and he went on to explain how the project evolved in the years since Disney buying Fox: “The way that the ‘Alien Nation’ thing came about is they called and were like, ‘Hey, do you want to remake this?’ I was like, ‘Look, I’m a fan of the […]

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Colin Farrell’s Batman Villain Starts a Gotham Mob War

Holy god, what are you showing me here? Come on! Oz ain’t messing around, folks, and neither is “The Penguin,” which pits its namesake against Sofia Falcone (Cristin Milioti), the daughter of the late Carmine and Oswald’s chief rival for control of Gotham’s law-breaking elements. Milioti was an absolute delight in the time loop comedy […]

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The Best Movies We Saw At The 2024 Tribeca Film Festival

What does the life of a hateful extremist look like in the week leading up to him committing the most deadly domestic terrorist act in American history? Well, it’s surprisingly mundane. Alfie Allen gives a grim, understated performance as the notorious Timothy McVeigh, the man behind the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995. He’s never a […]

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Netflix’s Hit Man Has A Hilarious (And Telling) American Psycho Reference

“American Psycho” is about an evil man with contempt for the world who nonetheless wants to be part of it and all its shallow materialism. Bateman grooms himself obsessively, chases all the trends his coworkers do, and listens to the most anodyne music he can. When his fiance Evelyn (Reese Witherspoon) asks why he doesn’t […]

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Otto Hightower’s Banishment and the Rise of Cole Explained

The season opener ended with tragedy, as ​​Prince Jaehaerys Targaryen, the son of Aegon and his wife/sister Helaena, was brutally murdered at the request of Daemon Targaryen as revenge for Aegon’s brother Aemond killing Rhaenyra’s son Lucerys. The intended target was Aemond, but when the hired hitmen couldn’t find him, they were given the instruction […]

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M3GAN Movie Spinoff SOULM8TE Is About An A.I. Lovebot

“SOULM8TE” is being directed by Kate Dolan (“You Are Not My Mother”), who rewrote an original draft from Rafael Jordan (“Salvage Marines”), with the story from Jordan, James Wan, and Ingrid Bisu. Wan and Bisu were also responsible for the story of one of the all-time great ridiculous horror thrillers, “Malignant,” so there’s no doubt […]

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Horror Master Jordan Peele’s Next Movie Will Arrive in October 2026

It’s no hyperbole to say that Jordan Peele is currently on a track pioneered by Steven Spielberg and now reserved for the likes of M. Night Shyamalan, Christopher Nolan, and Greta Gerwig — in other words, visionaries and auteurs who’ve crossed over into the mainstream and put butts in seats on the strength of their name alone. […]

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The Front Room Trailer Reminds You That In-Laws Are Terrifying

Here’s the synopsis for “The Front Room”:  Everything goes to hell for newly-pregnant Belinda (Brandy) after her mother-in-law (Kathryn Hunter) moves in. As the diabolical guest tries to get her claws on the child, Belinda must draw the line somewhere… Based on this trailer, the film seems like it’s designed to be a crowd-pleasing horror […]

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