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Sony is definitely going for A-list talent for their “Spider-Man” spin-off universe, dubbed the Spider-Verse. First, the studio nabbed Tom Hardy for the “Venom” spin-off film that will be coming to theaters later this year. Now, it appears that Jared L…

When DCEU detractors want to point out the flaws of Warner Bros.’ management of their stable of superheroes, the easiest example is the Joker. The character that has never failed them in the past, especially in recent history with Heath Ledger’s iconic…

You’d be forgiven for not realizing that, while you were sleeping, Netflix went ahead and released another mediocre film; it’s honestly becoming commonplace at this point. Their newest hail-mary, “The Outsider,” stars Jared Leto as an Ameri…

A big step in Netflix’s world domination plan is to release 80 (yup, you read that right) original films in 2018. Releasing so many films, it gives them a chance to try their hand at several different genres to reach the widest audiences. So far, the p…

Playboy officially wants out of the Brett Ratner business. In light of recent events surrounding director and producer Brett Ratner, Playboy Enterprises has officially put the kibosh on a proposed Hugh Hefner biopic that they were developing with RatPa…

**Spoilers ahead** Just like “mother!” last month, the box office receipts for “Blade Runner 2049” might’ve missed the mark, but people can’t stop talking about the film. Denis Villeneuve‘s thoughtful sequel an…

Based on the Philip K. Dick’s 1968 novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Ridley Scott’s 1982 science fiction thriller, Blade Runner, introduced audiences to a dystopian future where synthetic humans, known as Replicants, are bio-engineered for use in off-world colonization. When these Replicants go rogue, special police units called Blade Runners hunt down and “retire” them. Despite its initial lukewarm critical and commercial reception, Blade Runner has become one of the most influential movies of the last 40 years, pioneering what became an entirely new genre: neo-noir cyberpunk. 35 years later, thanks to subsequent releases like the 1992 Director’s Cut and the definitive 2007 Final Cut, Scott’s film is now heralded as a groundbreaking visionary masterpiece and one of the most important motion pictures ever made. Now, another visionary filmmaker, the Oscar-nominated Denis Villeneuve, attempts to honor the original film while expanding its influence with a sequel, the highly anticipated Blade Runner 2049. Directed from a screenplay written by Blade …