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October 18, 2017

It’s the middle of October, do you know where your Academy Award frontrunner for Best Picture is? Newsflash: no one really cares. The aftermath of the deluge of sexual misconduct and rape accusations against Harvey Weinstein is all Hollywood is t…

Which Marvel show on Netflix is the most binge-watched in the first 24 hours of debuting? How has Cyborg‘s origin story been changed in the DC Extended Universe? Who is going to play Beast Boy on the live-action Titans series coming from DC? Did you know that we almost got …

On the October 18, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, including the Sicario sequel, a Rogue One character returns to Star Wars Rebels, the problem with modern movies according to David Fincher, and a Dark …

“Chase down Eddie’s killer, then bring him back.” A24 has debuted a trailer for western drama The Ballad of Lefty Brown, from filmmaker Jared Moshe, which first premiered at the SXSW Film Festival this year. Bill Pullman stars as washed-up sidekick Lefty Brown, who watches his longtime friend/partner murdered before his eyes. He decides to go after the killer, rallying a group of people to support him, including an old, experienced gunhand and a young cowboy. The full cast includes Kathy Baker, Jim Caviezel, Tommy Flanagan, Diego Josef, and Joe Anderson, with an appearance by Peter Fonda as Lefty’s murdered friend. This looks damn good, a moody revenge western with some real grit. Pullman seems great as always. Here’s the first trailer (+ poster) for Jared Moshe’s The Ballad of Lefty Brown, from A24’s YouTube: Aging sidekick Lefty Brown (Bill Pullman) has ridden with Eddie Johnson (Peter Fonda) his entire life. But when a rustler kills Eddie, Lefty is forced from his …

The Snowman isn’t even in wide release yet and it’s already been met with a chilly reception. U.K. critics who got to see the film early have panned it across the board, and it looks like American critics aren’t going to be much kinder. Now The Snowman director Tomas Alfredson seems to …