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April 1, 2018

Welcome, one and all, to the latest installment of The Film Stage Show! Today, Michael Snydel, Bill Graham, and I welcome Jaime Smith to help us talk about the pop culture morass that is Ready Player One, from director Steven Spielberg. Subscribe on iTunes or see below to stream/download. Enter our giveaways, …

Steven Spielberg’s big-budget movie conquered the first round in debuting to $53 million domestically and $181 million globally. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office

The idea of a summer movie season is long gone. As 2018 has pointed out, we are now in perpetual summer when it comes to blockbuster films. With the first quarter of the year dominated by “Black Panther,” we are now approaching the next phase of blockb…

Martin Freeman had a quick cameo in Edgar Wright’s Shaun of the Dead, but now he’s headlining his very own zombie movie. We’ve been writing about the Australian film Cargo for years, and this new trailer tells us when we’ll finally get to see Freeman brave a zombie apocalypse in an …

Didn’t believe that Hollywood would attempt another anime adaptation after the disastrous backlash to Death Note and Ghost in the Shell? Well…believe it! Long before he shepherded the huge sleeper hit that was The Greatest Showman, Michael Gracey was tapped to direct the live-action adaptation of Naruto, the popular anime that inspired high school kids …

Satan’s Slaves reminds me of Babak Anvari’s Under The Shadow – two piss-yourself-scary stories so deeply rooted in overseas culture and indigenous circumstance. Joko Anwar’s Indonesian monstrosity does not mess around, readers. Within minutes you’ll be hit with the first of many paranormal punches that land like Manny Pacquiao on …

This is not your grandma’s Little Mermaid. In fact, it’s not your Little Mermaid either. Lu Over the Wall deserves a title unto its own, as a surreal, vividly colored fairy tale that plays with the limits of imagination. But that’s to be expected from visionary animated director Masaaki Yuasa. Most recently known for …

Finn and Rey are the heart and soul of the new Star Wars trilogy. When Daisy Ridley and John Boyega literally crashed into each other in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, they instantly had so much charm and chemistry that it was no question that they were fit to lead Star Wars into a new era. …

The actress and writer is dreaming of a film about her TV hero: “I don’t think people are expecting that from a black lesbian from the south side of Chicago. But, I read her autobiography more times than I can count.” read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews