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November 2017

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Mashup of the Day: See Wolverine go up against Wonder Woman and The Flash racing Quicksilver in the Stryder HD’s fan-made trailer for Justice League vs. X-Men:   Trailer Reaction of the Day: Speaking of Justice League, watch DC’s superheroes concernedly watch the Avengers: Infinity War trailer:   Cosplay of the Day: Speaking of Infinity War, here’s a woman cosplayer as Star-Lord who is excited about the new trailer: Star-Lord…waiting to be in the #AvengersInfinityWar film… #Cosplay (Photography by HubsterPhotography) pic.twitter.com/71i2yuU2Uz — Dee Ellie (@DeeGuardia) November 29, 2017   Easter Eggs of the…Read More

Ken Russell’s reputation as a stoker of controversy and flamboyant provocateur in extremis largely precedes the voluminous body of work. His best-known film, The Devils – condemned by the Catholic Church and edited significantly by the film’s producers before finally being released by Warner Bros. in 1971 – continues to uphold a sorcerer-like allure due, in …

This has been a great year for superhero movies and we have a lot to look forward to with the genre in the future, too. Here’s the latest on some of the most anticipated titles of the next couple years:   Patty Jenkins talks Wonder Woman 2:  One of the best of this year, Wonder Woman, has a sequel due in 2019, and while specific details remain slim for the follow-up, returning director Patty Jenkins shared some new information about the movie on Variety’s Playback podcast (via Collider). Here’s what she said about the thematic structure of Wonder Woman 2: It’s really still going to other values of hers, and a similar formula insofar as making a great, enjoyable fun movie but that ultimately in its third act turns some very big…Read More

On the November 30, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and /Film writer Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest news, including a Star Wars news extravaganza with bits ranging from The Force Awakens to The Last Jedi to standalone films. Also …

That live-action Pokémon movie, Detective Pikachu, is still happening, no matter how strange it might seem. Detective Pikachu continues to slouch its way towards existence by casting its female lead, Big Little Lies actress Kathryn Newton. There are no details on just who Newton is playing, but it’s safe to assume she’s not playing …

James Mangold, the director of one of the most critically-acclaimed, beloved, and hyper-violent superhero movies ever made in Logan, is now in talks to make…a family-friendly movie based on a children’s book called Crenshaw about a giant cat? Sure. Because that’s the natural progression. Read more about Mangold’s new Crenshaw movie below. …

Wonder Woman remains the shining beacon upon which Warner Bros. lays the future of the DC Extended Universe, so needless to say, director Patty Jenkins is facing super-sized expectations to replicate the success of the hugely successful female-led superhero movie. So what was it that made Wonder Woman work so well? Was it …