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‘WarGames’ Reboot Teaser: The ’80s Hacker Movie Gets Upgraded as an Edgy Interactive Series

If you ever watched the 1983 sci-fi hacker movie starring Matthew Broderick and Ally Sheedy and thought, “I could totally beat that computer,” then you’re in luck. A WarGames reboot is coming in 2018, as an “experimental interactiveShow More Summary

‘Slaughterhouse-Five’ TV Series in the Works With ‘Happy!’ Showrunner

This may sound like a Bojack Horseman joke, but it’s actual movie news and not a gag from a Hollywood satire that once featured an ongoing subplot about J.D. Salinger creating and running a trivia game show: a Slaughterhouse-Five TV series is in the works. Show More Summary

‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ is Turning Carrie Fisher’s Dog Into An Alien

During the press junket for Star Wars: The Force Awakens back in 2015, actress Carrie Fisher brought along her trusty canine pet and therapy dog Gary Fisher, and the little guy became something of an internet sensation. The French bulldog appeared...Show More Summary

If Disney Buys Fox: The Pros and Cons of the Potential Acquisition

You probably know the story by now: Disney is in negotiations with 21st Century Fox to buy the company’s film and television assets. If it comes to fruition, it won’t be just the biggest movie news story of 2017 – it will be the biggest movie news story of the decade. Show More Summary

Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid’ Remake Eyes Rob Marshall to Direct

Rob Marshall, the director of movies like Chicago, Memoirs of a Geisha, and Nine, is looking to be part of Disney’s world once again. According to a new report, the filmmaker is on the top of the studio’s wishlist to direct the planned...Show More Summary

‘Dunkirk’ vs. ‘Darkest Hour’: How Christopher Nolan Succeeds Where Joe Wright Fails

It’s one of those strange coincidences that occurs every few years: two different films cover the same subject matter and happen to be released in close proximity. Typically, it happens in big-budget situations – audiences were ableShow More Summary

‘The Predator’ Will Reveal Why Predators Come to Earth

A source of horrifying mystery, the Predator franchise never really sought to understand the inner workings of those dangerous aliens. Plus, it seems like their motivation is telegraphed in their very name: Predator. They hunt humans because that’s what they do. Show More Summary

‘Phantom Thread’ Early Buzz: Daniel Day-Lewis Dazzles in Another Paul Thomas Anderson Masterpiece

Anticipation has been high for Paul Thomas Anderson‘s Phantom Thread: It was a film shrouded in mystery for much of its production, without even a title announcement until two months before its limited release. Anderson is one of the...Show More Summary

Kurt Russell Will Play Santa Claus For Netflix

You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why: Kurt Russell is coming to town. Russell has just joined the cast of an untitled holiday movie in which he’ll be playing Kris Kringle himself, Santa Claus. Show More Summary

Lionsgate Drops ‘Gotti’ Biopic Starring John Travolta 10 Days Before Release

Leave Gotti, take the cannoli. 10 days before its intended domestic release, the mobster biopic starring John Travolta has been dropped by Lionsgate. The film follows John Gotti (Travolta), the infamous head of the Gambino crime family, as he rises to notoriety in the late 1980s and brings his son into a life of crime. Show More Summary

‘Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ Sequel Replaces Daniel Craig With Norwegian Actor Sverrir Gudnason

Meet your new Mikael Blomkvist. Norwegian actor Sverrir Gudnason has been cast as the male lead in The Girl in the Spider’s Web, Sony’s sequel to David Fincher’s English-language adaptation of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Gudnason...Show More Summary

‘Black Mirror’ Season 4 Review: The Dark Anthology Series Returns to Netflix

Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker’s dark, twisted, technology-driven Twilight Zone riff, is about return to Netflix for yet another season of woe and punishment. There’s a cold cosmic justice at work in Black Mirror; a sense that any transgression, no matter how mundane, will be met with the bleakest of punishments. Show More Summary

‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Featurette Takes Us Behind the Scenes of the New Film

The veil of secrecy hanging over Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is about to be ripped right off – you only need to supply the “Ta-dah!” The first trailer for director J.A. Bayona‘s sequel to the 2015 franchise reboot arrives tomorrow,...Show More Summary

Final ‘Black Mirror’ Season 4 Trailer Reveals an Official Release Date

It’s a brilliant — if slightly annoying — advertising campaign. Drop an individual trailer for each of the six episodes for your bleak, science-fiction anthology series, and watch us squirm as we lavish the brief clips with attention and theories. Show More Summary

‘Iron Fist’ Season 2 Adds Alice Eve to the Cast

In case you forgot, everyone’s least-favorite Defender is getting a second season! Iron Fist season 2 is currently in pre-production, and Star Trek Into Darkness co-star Alice Eve has just joined the cast. There are no details on Eve’s...Show More Summary

‘The Post’ Review: Steven Spielberg Directs the Most Important Film of the Year

Steven Spielberg‘s latest film, The Post, once again proves that the acclaimed filmmaker hasn’t lost his touch. In less than a year, Spielberg has put together an expertly crafted film. Even more than that: he’s made what might just be the most important film of 2017. Show More Summary

‘The Santa Clause’ Honest Trailer: When the Magic of Christmas Becomes a Cursed Job

It’s the holiday season, which means all those Christmas movies that we avoid watching the rest of the year suddenly make it onto TV and into our DVD players and streaming devices again. One of the movies that people can’t seem to get enough of this time of year is The Santa Clause. Show More Summary

The Morning Watch: John Oliver Grills Dustin Hoffman, The Making of a Chewbacca Mask & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. Show More Summary

Daily Podcast: Should TV Shows Be Included In Best Movie Lists? Bryan Singer, Tarantino’s Star Trek, Star Wars, Jurassic World & More

On the December 5, 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 Bryan Singer’s firing, Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek...Show More Summary

Superhero Bits: Marvel Shows Staying at Netflix for Now, Justice League Reacts to Infinity War & More

Which chart-topping singer is interested in playing Nightwing? Will Netflix’s Marvel shows be sticking around Netflix when Disney launches their own streaming service? Can Shazam be the Guardians of the Galaxy of the DC Extended Universe?...Show More Summary

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