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May 12, 2017

It looks like there’s still money left in the banana stand. Jason Bateman took to twitter this evening to announce the “probable” return of the Bluth family for “Arrested Development” season 5. “Looks very probable I’m going to put some miles on the Stair Car this summer,” Bateman wrote in reference to the Bluth family vehicle featured in all of the past seasons. “Just officially signed on to more ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT today.” Presumably the “probable” indicates that the summer start date could be up in the air, but if Bateman, the star of the show, is back in the fold, one should assume the rest of the cast — who all love the show dearly — will return too. Continue reading Jason Bateman Says ‘Arrested Development’ Season 5 Is Official, Shoots This Summer at The Playlist.

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A Bigger Splash and Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino may have just lined up his next project. According to Variety, Guadagnino will helm Rio, from Locke screenwriter Steven Knight. Benedict Cumberbatch and Jake Gyllenhaal are both being considered to star and the project and simultaneously break Tumblr in …

A demonic hag makes a sleep disorder a death sentence in Phillip Guzman’s sleep-paralysis thriller ‘Dead Awake.’ read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

In just over a week, David Lynch will raise the curtain on “Twin Peaks,” and audiences around the world will return the weird world of the Pacific Northwest. Despite a couple of peeks here and there, things remain firmly under wraps, but another bit of material from the forthcoming series has been unveiled. Johnny Jewel, perhaps best known for his contributions to the soundtrack to Nicolas Winding Refn‘s “Drive,” is also providing music to the upcoming show. Continue reading Stream Johnny Jewel’s ‘Windswept’ Featuring Music From The New Season Of ‘Twin Peaks’ at The Playlist.

How quickly does Hong Sang-Soo knock out films? This year, he’s got two hitting the Cannes Film Festival: “The Day After” in Competition, and “Claire’s Camera” which screens Out Of Competition. And we want to see them both. But we’ll start with “The Day After,” in which a man gets caught in a martial misunderstanding between two women, and we’re sure Hong Sang-Soo will spin this kind of situation, with his own unique touch. Continue reading First Trailer & 3 Clips For Hong Sang-Soo’s Cannes Pic ‘The Day After’ at The Playlist.