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Quentin Tarantino is bringing Bounty Law to television

One of the many storylines in Quentin Tarantino's Oscar-nominated Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood involved a show called Bounty Law, a western which starred Rick Dalton as Jake Cahill but played in real life by Leonardo DiCaprio....

 
 
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HBO isn't bringing back Watchmen for a second season

All the fans will look up and shout "Season two!" and HBO will look down and whisper"No." Watchmen earned acclaim in its nine episode run last year, telling a new story elmental to the story thirty years prior. New characters mixed w...

 
 
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Timothée Chalamet is lacing up his Bob Dylan boots

On a Sunday afternoon in 1965, music lovers enjoying the Newport Folk Festival awaited a solo performance from Bob Dylan, not knowing his overnight change would lead to controversy. Instead of one man with an acoustic guitar and harmonica, ...

 
 
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Uncharted: the search for the hidden director

In the Uncharted video game series, adventurer Nathan Drake roams the far ends of the Earth in search of ancient artifacts from ancient civilizations with ancient secrets. In all his traveling and near-death experiences, Drake sought o...

 
 
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Quentin Tarantino wants to make Kill Bill a trilogy

“In the cards” is a common idiom in the English lexicon. When used, the implication is that a suggested action is highly likely, though not fully guaranteed. For example, it’s a good sign if a you ask your boss about a pro...

 
 
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Danger abounds in the final trailer for Lost in Space

Ah, space. That vast, expansive plane filled simultaneously with light and dark and everything unknown to mankind. We’ve put a man on the moon and sent a rover to Mars, though perhaps the biggest contribution space has made to the g...

 
 
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The Irishman lets DeNiro tell the tale in its final trailer

While The Irishman has been in theaters for a couple of weeks, many anxiously await its Netflix release. Whether it's due to relese availability, pure laziness, or bladders too small to make it through a three-and-a-half hour film with...

 
 
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Review: 10 Minutes Gone

Heist movies can be a lot of things, but at the very least they’re usually entertaining to some extent. Some are funny and smart while others are obnoxious and jaw-dropping. Anyone watching a heist movie instantly thinks about what ...

 
 
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So this is what Shyamalan has been creating for Apple TV+

Apple lured some top-notch talent for its Apple TV+ streaming service, and one of its biggest fishes just released a new trailer. M. Night Shyamalan's Servant teases twisting tensity and absurdity in all its Shyamalanic glory.  The tr...

 
 
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Review: Inside Game

2007 marked a time of change. Steve Jobs introduced us to the original iPhone, thereby enslaving us in perpetuity to a tiny screen. NASA launched Phoenix, a spacecraft that landed on the north pole of Mars to test habitability and to rese...

 
 
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Warner Bros. confirms a Training Day prequel is coming

"You gotta be a wolf to catch a wolf" - Alonzo Harris Lines like this and a supreme performance is what helped earn Denzel Washington his first Academy Award as a lead. In fact, there was so much spirit wolf going around that Ethan Hawke ...

 
 
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Jordan Peele makes a Universal deal

In 2017, Jordan Peele surprised movie fans with his mega-hit Get Out, followed by this year’s equally impressive Us. With a track record made of molten hot fireballs, Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions has found a new partner in Un...

 
 
 
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The movies that surprised us and live on in eternity

As the summer heat rescinds and kids head back to school, those aching for a two hour theatrical vacation are scraping the barrel for options. Not known for hits, August tends to be a wasteland reserved for fill-in movies. As of publicati...

 
 
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Rosario Dawson isn't messing around in the Briarpatch trailer

A dead sister brings a determined investigator back to her hometown of Saint Disgrace to find out just who was involved in her sister's demise. As the trailer alludes, there's more than meets the eye in a town with questionable characters ...

 
 
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Review: Driven

The DMC-12 is the epitome of potential unfulfilled. Commonly known as the DeLorean, the stainless steel car never reached the aspirations of its creator, its legacy instead cemented in film as a time machine. John DeLorean was a mover and a...

 
 
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Disney+ is coming for your monthly subscription money

In the battle for streaming supremacy, there can never be enough competitors. Or maybe there can be, but that doesn’t stop others from jumping in the pool. In a move long time coming, Disney officially announced its entry into the sub...

 
 
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Silicon Valley's final season is coming this fall

For five seasons, the core crew of Pied Piper has seen more than its share of ups and downs. Nervous doctor visits and schmoozing investors to stay afloat often coincided with threats of court hearings and production pivots. Through it all,...

 
 
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The gang's all here in the first Harley Quinn trailer

During San Diego Comic Con over the weekend, DC unveiled its first trailer for the Harley Quinn animated series. Kicking off with a bang ("it's me, dickhead"), the trailer is chock full of swinging bats, smug remarks, and a surprising numb...

 
 
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Amazon is taking all the Jacks

In 2012, Tom Cruise took a break from his role as a militaristic secret agent to shift into a new role as a militaristic secret agent. As the titular Jack Reacher, Cruise ran, jump, drove, and shot his way in and out of trouble for two film...

 
 
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The Jesus Rolls brings the Lebowski creep to center stage

1998 introduced the world to Jeff Lebowski, a man so chill he made ice cubes look hot by comparison. While intitially considered a disappointment in its theatrical release, the cult of The Dude gained steam over the following two decades. H...

 
 
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Five handsome men are vying for the role of Elvis

The race to play Elvis has been shortlisted to five of the planet's most eligible Kings. Ansel Elgort, Harry Styles, Miles Teller, Austin Butler, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson have been linked to the upcoming biopic from Baz Luhrmann. Who has th...

 
 
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Watch the heartwarming trailer for The Peanut Butter Falcon

Putting on his dirtiest hat and donning his best non-inebriated Jackson Maine voice, Shia LaBeouf returns to the big screen in a modern day version of a Mark Twain story. A small town outlaw on the run, LaBeouf's Tyler crosses path with Za...

 
 
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NoHo Hank is joining the Bill & Ted cast

The Bill & Ted train is on a roll. With Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter set to reprise their roles as the bodacious buds, the film’s villain is now set. Fresh off an excellent season two of HBO’s Barry, Anthony Carrigan has b...

 
 
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Review: Changeland

“The question you gotta answer is...you wanna fight for it or not?” This is posited within the first five minutes of Seth Green’s Changeland, and it’s one being asked both externally and internally throughout the fil...

 
 
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Deadly Class and Happy! are getting axed from Syfy

In the land of comic books, few can maintain television viewership. Such is the fate of Syfy's Deadly Class and Happy!, both gritty books of heroes without capes. Deadly Class focused on Marcus, a homeless teen recruited to a scho...

 
 
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Ford v Ferrari is a race for the ages

For six years straight, vehicles designed and made by Enzo Ferrari dominated the 24 Hours of Le Mans. A grueling race around an eight-and-a-half mile track with speeds reaching over 200 miles-per-hour, the race was initially created to tes...

 
 
 
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Michael Pena joins the neverending Tom and Jerry feud

For nearly eight decades, an eternal struggle has existed between two immortal beings. One a mouse and the other a cat, the two were created with the intention of thwarting the other while causing a massive disrupt. We don't know what start...

 
 
 
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Sinemia is down for the count

There are some companies who thrive in subscription based services. Cord cutters rebel against traditional cable companies and instead opt for Netflix or Hulu of Amazon or HBO or Showtime or...you get the idea. Beyond entertainment there&...

 
 
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Chadwick Boseman connects the dots in 21 Bridges trailer

While the focus may be on a larger scale film that's been building for over a decade, Chadwick Boseman's non-Marvel film released its first trailer. 21 Bridges sees the actor trade his Vibranium suit for a blue oxford and his crown fo...

 
 
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Space Jam 2 and LeBron's next stage

It’s been a rough season for LeBron James. His Lakers missed the playoffs by a wide margin (this will be the first time since the 2004-05 season that James won’t appear in the postseason), and now his Space Jam 2 movie...

 
 
 
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Review: Screwball

America’s national pastime was in a tight spot in the late nineties. Coming off a strike during the 1994-95 season, attendance and viewership were low and Major League Baseball was concerned. Then, like a couple of caped avengers swoo...

 
 
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SXSW Review: The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash’s impact on music is undeniable. With his stern voice and lyrics reflecting blue-collar life, Cash found a way to blend folk into country, country into pop, and pop into rock. The man felt as comfortable singing in&nb...

 
 
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SXSW Review: Mr. Jimmy

At some point in our lives, we’ve aspired to be our heroes. I can’t tell you how many times while playing backyard baseball I’d turn my hat backward and take a long, swooping swing a la Ken Griffey Jr. But no matter how ma...

 
 
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SXSW Review: Adopt a Highway

In Adopt a Highway, Ethan Hawke plays recently released convict trying to find his way in a world that’s changed drastically since his incarceration over twenty years earlier. An ounce of weed and California’s third strike ...

 
 
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SXSW Review: Frances Ferguson

Frances Ferguson is bored. She’s a 25-year-old substitute teacher with a dead marriage and a mother who is just as annoyed with her daughter as her daughter is with her. One day at school, she meets a student and, as dry and awkward f...

 
 
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SXSW Review: Red 11

In 1992, an aspiring filmmaker spent a month as a lab rat in exchange for a $7,000 paycheck. He flipped that check into El Mariachi and from there Robert Rodriguez’s career took off. Now, 25 years since the film’s rele...

 
 


About Nick Hersheyone of us since 5:31 PM on 02.07.2018

Nick watches Top Gun on a monthly basis to help keep life balanced. He also enjoys snowboarding, concerts, sports, traveling, and video games. He's currently reading through the Dark Tower series and now considers himself a modern day Gunslinger even if no one else does.

Find his tepid takes on Twitter @nickhershey33
 
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