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Superhero Bits: Brendan Fraser Joins Doom Patrol, Brent Spiner Drops Out of Supegirl & More

LEGO DC Super-Villains Who is replacing Brent Spiner as the vice president on Supergirl? Who is Brendan Fraser playing on the Doom Patrol series? Why didn’t Jean Grey appear in the Deadpool 2 scene featuring a bunch of X-Men cameos? Will Spider-Punk be in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? When does this year’s Arrowverse crossover air? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Brendan Fraser has been cast as Robotman in the forthcoming Doom Patrol series on DC Universe. Bruce Boxleitner is replacing Brent Spiner as the vice president on Supergirl due to a scheduling issue. Gymnast Jordan Chiles did a floor routine featuring music from Wonder Woman and a special leotard. The Arrowverse crossover will air December 9, 10 and 11 w/ The Flash, Arrow & Supergirl respectively. Big heroes. Tiny award. We gave the smallest #CertifiedFresh trophy ever to #AntManAndTheWasp pic.twitter.com/yawFVEmSX5 — Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) August 21, 2018 Rotten...
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Superhero Bits: Brendan Fraser Joins Doom Patrol, Brent Spiner Drops Out of Supegirl & More

LEGO DC Super-Villains Who is replacing Brent Spiner as the vice president on Supergirl? Who is Brendan Fraser playing on the Doom Patrol series? Why didn’t Jean Grey appear in the Deadpool 2 scene featuring a bunch of X-Men cameos? Will Spider-Punk be in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? When does this year’s Arrowverse crossover air? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Brendan Fraser has been cast as Robotman in the forthcoming Doom Patrol series on DC Universe. Bruce Boxleitner is replacing Brent Spiner as the vice president on Supergirl due to a scheduling issue. Gymnast Jordan Chiles did a floor routine featuring music from Wonder Woman and a special leotard. The Arrowverse crossover will air December 9, 10 and 11 w/ The Flash, Arrow & Supergirl respectively. Big heroes. Tiny award. We gave the smallest #CertifiedFresh trophy ever to #AntManAndTheWasp pic.twitter.com/yawFVEmSX5 — Rotten Tomatoes (@RottenTomatoes) August 21, 2018 Rotten...
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The Fight for Europe's Last Wild Rivers - Trailer for 'Blue Heart' Doc

Blue Heart Doc Trailer "No dams! No dams! No dams!" There's so many major problems in the world right now, but if there's any one thing we really hope you dedicate your time and money towards supporting, it's this planet we all live on called Earth. Humans are doing irreparable damage to the land, water, and air, and one way we can make a difference is by speaking up and watching where & how we spend our money. Blue Heart is a documentary made by sustainable clothing brand Patagonia, directed by filmmaker Britton Caillouette. The 43-minute documentary tells the story of the last wild river system in Europe and the people fighting to protect it. Blue Heart is one of those films that is not only engrossing and fascinating to watch, but also empowering and inspiring, a work of activism in its own right. This beautifully crafted film is worth your attention and time,...
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American Vandal’s Season 2 Trailer Is About More Than Just The Poop

“What if the motive is just… poop is funny?” Poop is funny. Late last year, Netflix demonstrated a surprising amount of good humored self-awareness when it released American Vandal, a parody of the recent rash of true crime murder documentaries, not least of all its own phenomenon Making a Murderer. The show began as a pitch-perfect sendup of the genre, a tonally and stylistically flawless recreation transposed into a high school and investigating a wonderfully silly question: Who spray painted dicks on the cars in the teachers’ parking lot? But the first episode, while brilliant, inspired another very justified question: Could this one joke support the show for an entire season? The answer, it turned out, was yes, as the subsequent seven episodes spun out a remarkable meditation on the influence of outside scrutiny, both through the documentarian’s lens and the judgment of teachers, peers, and society at large. It also managed...
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The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to Netflix in September 2018

Movies Coming to Netflix In September 2018 Rejoice! Summer is almost over! Time for cooler weather, and, as usual, new titles on Netflix. September brings even more Netflix originals, but there’s plenty of other titles as well. Next month you can catch Black Panther, The Witch, Unforgiven, BoJack Horseman Season 5, and more. Check out the best new TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in September 2018. Movies Coming to Netflix in September 2018   Black Panther There’s a movie hitting Netflix next month that you might have heard of! It’s from this small indie studio, Marvel, and it’s called Black Panther. But seriously, folks – Marvel has produced a lot of movies (I think the current count is 4000?), but Black Panther is definitely one of their best. Some of the effects work is a bit wonky, and there’s a few origin story growing pains here and there. But overall, Ryan Coogler’s superhero film has more heart and brains that...
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First Trailer for Action Thriller 'The Bouncer' Starring JCVD as a Dad

The Bouncer Trailer Don't mess with dad. Yes, he's still making movies!! JCVD is back in another action movie, this one is titled The Bouncer, also known as Lukas originally for its release in France. Belgian superstar Jean-Claude Van Damme plays Lukas, a nightclub bouncer in his fifties who's taken punches, literally and figuratively, and struggles to raise his 8-year-old daughter. When he's arrested, the only way to get his daughter back is to work with Interpol to bring down a Dutch crime kingpin operating from Belgium. Also starring Sveva Alviti, Sami Bouajila, Sam Louwyck, Kaaris, Kevin Janssens, Alice Verset, & Dimitri Thivaios. This actually looks good. I dig how brooding and exhausted JCVD seems, yet he's still always ready to fight. ››› Continue Reading First Trailer for Action Thriller 'The Bouncer' Starring JCVD as a DadOriginal link
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Fantastic Fest 2018 Announces ‘Halloween’ for Opening Night Plus 56 More Titles

Red DotsThe first 57 titles playing this year’s fest tease a mix of horror, action, and Fantastic Fest’s patented nuttiness. I’m still recovering from the fun and fantastic films I saw up in Montreal during Fantasia 2018, but there’s no rest for the wicked — or for us movie lovers — so we’re already looking forward to next month’s Fantastic Fest in Austin! The fest’s first and second title waves are overflowing with genre goodness starting with opening night’s US premiere of David Gordon Green’s Halloween — with Jamie Lee Curtis in attendance! There are multiple other highlights to be excited about, so here’s just a few. Gareth Evans takes a break from his Raid franchise to deliver the cult thriller Apostle. Jeremy Saulnier’s Hold the Dark brings Alaskan terrors to Austin for its US premiere. My love for Korean cinema looks to be satiated with Cannes sensation Burning and a pair...
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Locarno Review: ‘Sibel’ is a Perceptive, Timely Allegorical Drama

sibel2Reception can be pretty unreliable atop the mountains of Turkey’s Black Sea Region, so the women picking tea leaves in Çağla Zencirci and Guillaume Giovanetti’s timely allegorical drama Sibel have resorted to another method: they whistle. Not just plain one-note chirps, but elaborate and melodic trills-packed conversations that relay anything from a heads-up to some gossip on the village newlyweds. It’s an original escamotage of guaranteed comedic effect, which the directing duo translate via subtitles. But while the community of women farmers treat it as a mere alternative to verbal chats, for one of them, 25-year-old Sibel (a terrific Damla Sönmez) whistling is the only way she can communicate. Born mute and raised by single father Emin (Emin Gürsoy) with her younger sister Fatma (Elit İşcan), Sibel walks the remote community as a pariah who, in the kind words of fellow women farmers, brings “bad luck.� Just what exactly that bad...
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55 Films to See This Fall

2018-fall-preview As summer cools down, we’re entering perhaps the best time of year for cinephiles, with a variety of festivals — some of which will hold premieres of our most-anticipated 2017 features — gearing up. As we do each year, after highlighting the best films offered thus far, we’ve set out to provide a comprehensive preview of the fall titles that should be on your radar. We’re doing things slightly different this year, combining both the best films we’ve already seen (with full reviews where available) and the films with (mostly) confirmed release dates that are coming over the next four months and have us intrigued. While some won’t show up until late December, a good amount will first premiere over the next few weeks at various film festivals, so check back for our reviews. See our list below, and return soon for the second part of our preview: the festival premieres with no release dates and/or...
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The Morning Watch: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ VFX Reel, The Philosophy of Sacha Baron Cohen & More

Avengers Infinity War VFX Reel The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, a new Avengers: Infinity War visual effects reel shows off sequences from inside Ebony Maw’s ship. Plus, a video essay explores the comedic philosophy of deception master Sacha Baron Cohen, and Juliet Naked co-stars Rose Byrne and Chris O’Dowd teach each other (and us) Australian and Irish slang respectively. First up, visual effects company Cinesite show off their work in Avengers: Infinity War, which includes a lot of the sequences that take place inside Ebony Maw’s ship, including the short battle between Iron Man, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange and the Guardians of the Galaxy. Next up, the folks at Wisecrack dive into the origins...
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Natalie Portman Will Play Identical Twins in Her Next Directorial Effort

The ‘Black Swan’ actress scores a dual role unlike any other she’s played before. Natalie Portman has enjoyed a varied career as she transitioned from precocious child actress to Academy Award winner. Amid manic pixie dream girl performances and misguided attempts at stoner comedies and historical dramas, she has thankfully still made the most of some truly phenomenal roles. When Portman finally won an Oscar for her psychologically tormenting performance in Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan, it would then take more than half a decade for her similarly mesmerizing turn as Jacqueline Kennedy in Pablo Larrain’s Jackie to see the light of day. Obviously, the Thor movies existed in the interim and Jane Foster deserves some love in the MCU. However, Portman was made for better things than playing a love interest, and we waited patiently for her next awards contender. A good Portman project is worth all of these intermissions, though, and...
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/Filmcast Ep. 481 – Crazy Rich Asians

David, Devindra, Jeff, and Hoai-Tran Bui discuss The Meg’s PG-13 rating, the pleasures of Castle Rock, and the brilliance of HBO’s Succession. Be sure to read Hoai-Tran’s pieces about what Crazy Rich Asians gets right about Asian-American identity, and why it’s good that the film doesn’t try to break stereotypes. Also, check out Jason Concepcion’s piece on the anti-capitalist message of Succession. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook. Shownotes (all timestamps are approximate only) What We’ve Been Watching (~10 minutes) Devindra – Jack Ryan, Castle Rock Featured Reviews (~22 mins) Crazy Rich Asians – Spoilers (~54 mins) HBO’s Succession with spoilers (~1hr19mins) Credits: Our sponsors this week are Green Chef and Masterclass. For 50 dollars off your first box of Green Chef, go to GreenChef.us/filmcast. For a limited time, /Filmcast listeners...
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The Love Boat Goes to Hell In ‘Cruise Into Terror’

Cruise Into Terror Tv GuideLove, exciting and new, come aboard, he’s expecting you… Welcome to 4:3 & Forgotten — a column where I get to look back at TV terrors that scared adults (and the kids they let watch) across the limited airwaves of the 70s. This week’s entry heads out to sea as familiar faces hoping for a good time instead find “the son of the evil one, the son of Satan!” It’s time to get your feet wet with the ridiculous nightmare that is Cruise Into Terror. Where: ABC When: February 3rd, 1978 A small cruise ship is coerced into service for a trip to Mexico, and while Capt. Andrews (Hugh O’Brian) isn’t happy about it he’s professional enough to do the job without whining. His crew, including first mate Simon (Dirk Benedict) and deckhand Nathan (Roger E. Mosley), are equally committed to making the journey a success. Their goal is hampered, though, by a combination of...
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Daily Podcast: Who Should Direct Bond 25? Should Blumhouse Reboot The Dark Universe? Kevin Smith, Star Wars, Mr. Robot

James Bond On the August 21, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by managing editor Jacob Hall, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk the latest film and tv news, including Bond 25 director changes, Kevin Smith’s Hit-Girl comic, Star Wars Resistance, Mr. Robot’s last season and Blumhouse eyeing Dark Universe. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes, Google Play, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). In The News: Jacob: ‘Bond 25’ Loses Director Danny Boyle Over “Creative Differences� HT: Kevin Smith’s New ‘Hit-Girl’ Comic Will Pit the ‘Kick-Ass’ Character Against the Predators of Hollywood Chris: ‘Star Wars Resistance’ Will Feature Leia Organa, Will Be Set Six Months Before ‘The Force Awakens’ Jacob: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Tops the Box Office While ‘Billionaire Boys Club’ Has an Embarrassing Debut HT: Will ‘Mr. Robot’ Season...
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James Gunn’s Secret Horror Movie is Opening in November

James Gunn's secret horror movie Right before this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, James Gunn teased the reveal of a secret horror project. Then all hell broke loose: Gunn was fired from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 for old, highly inappropriate jokes, and ended up not appearing on SDCC after all. But the Gunn-produced horror movie – whatever it is – is still on track. In fact, Sony will release the movie in November. James Gunn’s time with Disney and Marvel may be at an end (for now at least), but his career is far from over. According to an official release date schedule from Sony (via ScreenRant), Gunn’s secret horror project will hit theaters on November 30, 2018. It’s worth noting that while everyone (including Sony) is referring to this as “James Gunn’s horror project”, Gunn isn’t the director – he’s one of the producers. Back in 2017, Variety reported that Gunn would produce a horror film...
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First Trailer for Argentinian Slow Burn Drama 'Rojo' Premiering at TIFF

Rojo Trailer "Never forget I was a cop, before being a famous TV celebrity." ScreenDaily has debuted the first official trailer for an Argentinian film premiering at the Toronto Film Festival in just a few weeks. Rojo is the latest film from Argentinian filmmaker Benjamín Naishtat, set in the mid-1970s (when mustaches were still a big thing) following a successful lawyer with a comfortable life in a small town. A strange man arrives and starts insulting him, but the locals defend him and throw him out. Later that night the lawyer takes a path of no return involving death, secrets and silences. Starring Dario Grandinetti, Andrea Frigerio, Alfredo Castro, and Diego Cremonesi. TIFF says that Naishtat "deliberately builds a quiet mood of foreboding and impeding doom through a carefully constructed, almost hypnotic narrative." View some footage below. ››› Continue Reading First Trailer for Argentinian Slow Burn Drama 'Rojo' Premiering at TIFFOriginal link
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56th NYFF Retrospective & Revivals Sections Include Films from Fassbinder, Oshima, Mambéty & More

the-marriage-of-maria-braun Following their impressively varied Main Slate section and Projections lineup, the full slate for the Retrospective and Revivals slates at the 56th New York Film Festival have been announced. After last year’s Robert Mitchum retrospective, this year’s edition is split into three parts, paying tributing to the late Dan Talbot and Pierre Rissient, as well as spotlighting a trio of documentaries that delve into cinema history. “For Pierre and Dan, two genuine heroes, everything to do with cinema was urgent. This year’s retrospective section pays tribute to both men, who passed away within six months of each other,” NYFF Director and Selection Committee Chair Kent Jones said. Talbot, founder of New Yorker Films and longtime director of Lincoln Plaza Cinemas, will be honored with personal favorites from Bernardo Bertolucci, Straub-Huillet, Nagisa Oshima, Jean-Luc Godard, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, and more. Meanwhile, producer, publicist, distributor, curator, and cinema polymath Pierre Rissient’s section will feature works from Clint Eastwood,...
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Prostitution and Pornography Reign Over New York in ‘The Deuce’ Season 2

The Deuce Maggie GyllenhaalThe under-appreciated show is back with a second season that looks every bit as striking as the first, although there’s an unfortunate elephant in the room. The first season of The Deuce is a real treat. It’s a show that takes its time and is clearly more interested in letting the audience live with the characters and setting than rushing to a conclusion. David Simon and George Pelecanos have more than proven their ability to craft a compelling slow burn with shows like The Wire and Show Me a Hero, and The Deuce is no different. Despite not being quite the hit that HBO might have been hoping for, the show is coming back for a second season, and its new trailer should have you wanting to binge the first season right away to catch up. “What’s your dream? What it is about the big city that brought you here?” asks Gbenga Akinnagbe‘s Larry Brown. Despite five years having...
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What is Genre Cinema is 2018? Final Notes from the Fantasia Film Festival

From the first time you sit in that crowded theatre and hear the collective murmurings, you know that you’re up for a special experience. Genre fans are some of the most passionate and knowledgeable film fans out there. And for these fans, Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival is like a pilgrimage. It’s a chance to watch, discuss (and buy!) some of the best genre films of the year to come. But what’s most peculiar about the festival is how it labels itself as a genre festival, but its programming often dissolves those established barriers. Genre is more a term used in film marketing departments than it is used by filmmakers. That’s partly due to the fact that so many popular “genre� films nowadays are not just one thing. Indeed, Fantasia is home to the multi-hyphenate film: Japanese-Zombie-Meta-Comedy (One Cut of the Dead), High School-Christmas-Zombie-Musical (Anna and the Apocalypse), and Neo-Noir-Slacker-Comedy (Under the...
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New UK Trailer for Super Cute Animated Birds Movie 'Flying the Nest'

Flying the Nest Trailer "I'm here to warn you: Shadow's planning an attack, man." Signature Entertainment has debuted a new UK trailer for an animated adventure comedy titled Flying the Nest, originally titled Ploey - You Never Fly Alone. This film comes from Iceland, telling the heart-warming tale of how far a little bird will go to be reunited with his true love. The story follows a young plover bird, a wading bird similar to sandpipers. Left behind by his flock, a little plover named Ploey must embark on a journey where he must use his cunning, and rely on the help of newly-found friends to make it through the winter and see his true love again. The voice cast includes Jamie Oram, Harriet Perring, Iain Stuart Robertson, Richard Cotton, Þórunn Erna Clausen, and Thomas Arnold. All the birds in this are super cute, it looks like an entertaining film. ››› Continue Reading New...
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