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June 3, 2018

When Norman Lear‘s producing partner Brent Miller realized there was a tremendous lack of representation of Latino families on television he pitched the now 96-year-old television pioneer about bringing back a new version of his seminal ’70…

It: Chapter 2 is gearing up to shoot this summer, and Pennywise himself just provided an update on the project. In a new interview, actor Bill Skarsgard said that when it comes to the horror sequel, audiences can expect “a very different experience” than the first film. Andy Muschietti starts shooting It: …

We are not used to the kind of directness Adina Pintilie‘s debut, “Touch Me Not” deals in, and it fires its opening salvo early. After a short prologue, the film begins with a lingering macro shot drifting down a human body. Hairs, po…

Pixar, a studio primarily known for an unimpeachable status in the world of animated movies (“Cars” and a few blips aside), has experienced a rough few months. In the era of #MeToo, its beloved chief, John Lasseter stood accused of sexual harassment im…

Sicario: Day of the Soldado, the sequel to the anxiety-inducing Sicario, is one of the summer’s dark horse films. No one was asking for a sequel to Sicario, but maybe it’ll turn out to be an entertaining surprise.  At the very least, this new Sicario: Day of the Soldado clip indicates the film will …

Imbuing a film’s frame is color. Chaotic, controlled, purposefully placed with meaning, it is a focal point and a visual resonator for the eyes. Stretching beyond the constraints of a frame, some films explode with color, releasing moving images …

In this edition of TV Bits: Zachary Levi joins Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season 2 There’s a new TV adaptation of The Baby-Sitters Club in the works ABC is planning a The Middle spin-off A trailer for and some behind-the-scenes footage from Preacher season 3 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season announced AMC announces premiere date for Lodge 49 Robin …

With Incredibles 2 on the horizon, we’re going to see a lot of sneak peeks at upcoming animated fare, and since Pixar Animation is under the Disney banner, the House of Mouse isn’t going to miss out on an opportunity to promote another upcoming animated sequel. Ralph Breaks the Internet: …