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October 4, 2017

Edgar Wright admitted it was all a bit “surreal” Wednesday night.  The popular filmmaker was on hand at the Peterson Auto Museum in Los Angeles to celebrate the release of his critically acclaimed summer hit “Baby Driver” on DVD and Blu-ray (it’s been available for digital download since Sept. 12). He’d been in town for less than 24 hours and in the middle of a Q&A for “Driver” one of the film’s stars, Kevin Spacey, casually walked up and, um, crashed the party. Continue reading Kevin Spacey Teases A ‘Baby Driver’ Sequel After Crashing Edgar Wright’s Q&A at The Playlist.

Which superhero stunt team has been hired to work on Venom? Which 1980s classic inspired the technology for Black Panther? Why didn’t the X-Men series Hellfire Club ever get off the ground? What’s Cable doing with a shopping cart of guns on the set of Deadpool 2? Which DC Comics …

Sony’s remake of Joel Schumacher’s 1990 psychological horror thriller Flatliners stumbled at the box office this past weekend, and limped its way from a 0% up to a 2% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. That’s an abysmal score – even worse than The Emoji Movie – and it’s clear that the film’s premise and stars including Ellen Page, Diego …

If you thought that the ’80s-inspired posters, the geeky Goonies stunt casting, or Eleven’s perm weren’t retro enough, this Stranger Things video game may just do it. In anticipation of the fast-approaching Stranger Things season 2, a real, playable Stranger Things game will allow you to explore the weird world of Hawkins, Indiana, and the Upside …

Back to the Future co-writer Bob Gale has been filling out that movie trilogy’s universe in the pages of IDW comic books for years, but now a new comic series called Back to the Future: Tales from the Time Train is poised to answer a question that fans have been wondering about since …

Peter Spirer’s doc ‘The Legend of 420’ recaps the state of the union, weed-wise. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews