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Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Everything We Learned Last Week In Under 800 Words

So much news was revealed from EW’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi cover story. We have covered the highlights on the site in-depth, with our own trademark analysis and speculation, but if you’re looking for the CliffsNotes version, here it is. Show More Summary

‘Scandal’ Creator Shonda Rhimes Departs ABC and Signs a Deal With Netflix

Shondaland and ABC’s Thursday night lineups had become synonymous with each other for 15 years — but no longer. Shonda Rhimes is bringing Shondaland to Netflix, jumping ship from the Disney-owned television network that housed her beloved, award-winning hits like Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How To Get Away With Murder. Show More Summary

VOTD: How ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Should Have Ended

With Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 available now on Digital HD and coming soon to 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD, you just know the folks at How It Should Have Ended couldn’t resist giving the Marvel Studios sequel a different conclusion. Show More Summary

The Morning Watch: Robert Pattinson Wants a Hot Dog, How IMAX Projectors Work & 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...Show More Summary

‘The Death of Stalin’ Trailer: ‘Veep’ Creator Brings the Funny to Russia

If you’ve ever watched Veep or The Thick of It and wished you could see them done in a post-World War II Soviet Union, you’re in luck. Armando Iannucci, creator of the above foul-mouthed political comedies and director of The Thick of...Show More Summary

‘Kong’ And ‘Planet of the Apes’ Are Crossing Over in a Comic Book Miniseries

It’s the ape-mazing crossover you never knew you wanted (yes that was terrible, I’m sorry): King Kong and Planet of the Apes are colliding in a comic book miniseries from BOOM! Studios. The miniseries, titled Kong on the Planet of the...Show More Summary

A ‘Rick and Morty’ Fan Sold Their ‘Mulan’ Szechuan Sauce for How Much?!

The third season premiere of Rick and Morty got everyone talking about the Mulan Szechuan sauce that McDonald’s once had during a 1998 cross-promotion with the Disney animated movie. McDonald’s had to deal with a petition signed by thousands...Show More Summary

Tom Cruise Seemingly Injured During ‘Mission: Impossible’ 6 Stunt Jump

Even at 55 years old, Tom Cruise is still known for doing his own stunts across the various blockbusters he’s starred in over the years. The Mission: Impossible franchise has become a consistent showcase for at least one wild stunt that Tom Cruise has decided to do himself. Show More Summary

‘The Defenders’ Trailer: Just Don’t Call Them a Team

Though Marvel fans may be eager to see the likes of Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones and Iron Fist team up for the first assembly of The Defenders in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the characters themselves don’t seem to be eager to be part of a team. Show More Summary

Sony Pictures Sets ‘Spider-Man’ Spin-Off ‘Silver and Black’ for 2019, Pulls ‘Bad Boys 3’ from Calendar

Sony Pictures is setting and shuffling a handful of release dates for upcoming movies in 2018 and 2019. Sony and their Columbia Pictures banner have set a release date for their second Spider-Man spin-off Silver and Black, as well as the sequel to the hit drug trafficking thriller Sicario. Show More Summary

Why Studios Aren’t Making as Many Comedies Anymore, According to Judd Apatow

For the most part, this was not a satisfying summer for studio comedies. Girls Night is currently on a roll with audiences and at the box-office, but the rest of this summer’s offerings included Baywatch, Rough Night, and The House (although Girls Trip is the notable exception here). Show More Summary

‘Escape Room’ Trailer: Everyone’s Favorite Craze Becomes a Horror Movie

There’s been a surge in escape rooms around the country and their popularity doesn’t seem to be waning. If you’ve done one, you know the drill: you and other players have an hour to solve a series of puzzles and escape room. As the craze...Show More Summary

See The Real Instagram Account Used In The Making Of Aubrey Plaza’s ‘Ingrid Goest West’

Characters talking on the phone or looking at a phone can be pretty boring in a movie. That’s not the case with Matt Spicer’s Ingrid Goes West, in which his deeply lonely protagonist, Ingrid Thorburn (Aubrey Plaza), spends a lot of her time and life on her iPhone. Show More Summary

This Week In Trailers: Whose Streets?, 2350 Last Call: The Neo Story, Circle, Free In Deed, Trophy

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget:...Show More Summary

Superhero Bits: Steppenwolf Secret Origin, Luc Besson Bored with Superheroes, Chris Hemsworth’s Birthday & More

Could Steppenwolf have a new secret origin in Justice League? Do you know who is voicing Uncle Ben in Disney XD’s Spider-Man animated series? Why doesn’t Luc Besson enjoy superhero movies, specifically Captain America? Why did director...Show More Summary

Why ‘The Simpsons’ Built a Glass Ceiling and How ‘Rick and Morty’ is Helping to Break It

The entertainment industry can be brutal, and that often goes double for women. It’s tough to break into a system that’s been designed to keep them relegated to the sidelines and the struggle for representation in front of and behind...Show More Summary

Star Wars Bits: ‘Where Old Speeders Go to Die,’ Dr. Princess General Leia, and Andy Serkis on the Worst Snoke Theory

In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Ron Howard shares some very interesting Han Solo set videos. Let’s take a moment appreciate the Porgs. Andy Serkis knows which Snoke theory sucks the most. General/Princess Leia gets yet another title...Show More Summary

What James Cameron Didn’t Like About ‘Alien: Covenant’ and the Possibility of ‘Aliens’ 3D

James Cameron had great success converting Titanic to 3D. When it came out in 2012, it made $67 million its opening weekend in China and went on to accumulate over $200 million worldwide. Cameron’s next 3D venture, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, opens in theaters soon. Show More Summary

‘Stranger Things’ Throwback Thursday Posters: A Nightmare in Hawkins

We’ve still got about two and a half months until the second season of Stranger Things starts streaming on Netflix just before Halloween. The brand new trailer that debuted at Comic-Con was good enough to hold us over for awhile, but we’re going to need another trailer soon to whet our appetite. Show More Summary

‘Downsizing’ First Look: Matt Damon Shrinks Himself for Director Alexander Payne

In the future, Matt Damon can become five-inches tall thanks to Norwegian scientists. That’s the premise of Alexander Payne‘s (Nebraska) next film, Downsizing, in which overpopulation has led to people shrinking themselves to live a “bigger” life in a “bigger” home and help the environment while they’re at it. Show More Summary

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