Sony woke up this morning and chose carnage. The first official trailer has arrived for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the anticipated sequel to the 2018 surprise hit Venom, which starred Tom Hardy as a human who bonds with an alien symbiote and becomes a super-antihero. Hardy is back as the eternally beleaguered Eddie Brock, who has kind of made do with the fact that he’s possessed by a man-eating goop monster. A least he makes him breakfast. Watch the Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer below.
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Now that Clone Force 99 is out there on new missions in the wake of The Clone Wars, it’s time for them to head into action with a new LEGO set of their own attack shuttle from Star Wars: The Bad Batch, the new animated series from Disney+. Featuring minifigures of all five of the titular Clone Troopers, the 969-piece LEGO set is perfect for Star Wars fans of all ages. Check it out below. Read 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.
In this edition, find out how fake drugs are made for movies, including the cocaine from The Wolf of Wall Street and the heroin in Pulp Fiction. Plus, take a look back at Spaceballs: The Animated Series, the failed attempt at reviving the Star Wars parody film from Mel Brooks. And finally, Martin Short looks back at the box office bomb that was Clifford in 1994. Read More »
Lionsgate’s upcoming big screen adaptation of the video game franchise Borderlands already has a huge cast that includes the likes of Kevin Hart, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jack Black, Cate Blanchett, and more. But there’s one more addition that we’ve just learned about, and it’s someone who has a history with the Borderlands games.
Magician and comedian Penn Jillette, best known as one half of the duo known as Penn & Teller, recently revealed that he’s flying over to Budapest to take a role in the Borderlands movie. Find out what he revealed about his place in the Borderlands movie cast below. Read More »
Well, Saturday Night Live was hosted by Elon Musk this weekend, and it went about as well as you’d expect when a billionaire business magnate without any real performance experience or natural charisma hosts a sketch comedy show. That’s not to say it was downright terrible. In fact, it went a little better than I expected. But this is the perfect example of how an episode of SNL can be stilted by a host with very little comedic intuition, even if the host is more than willing to have a little fun. Read More »
The classic doomed romance of Romeo and Juliet gets a twist with Rosaline, a new film that will star Kaitlyn Dever. Based on the novel When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle, the story retells Romeo and Juliet through the perspective of Juliet’s cousin, and Romeo’s ex-girlfriend, Rosaline. Rosaline is mentioned several times in Shakespeare’s play, but she remains unseen throughout the whole story.
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Cruella de Vil, kidnapper of dogs, queen of the sewers. At least, that’s Glenn Close‘s pitch for a 101 Dalmatians sequel starring her Cruella, which the Oscar-nominated actress recently said she would be happy to reprise. You know, when we’re done with Emma Stone’s cool punk-rock Cruella.
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Last month, we learned that we’ll be waiting a lot longer to see Mission: Impossible 7 in theaters. The sequel starring Tom Cruise was pushed back from the previously set November 2021 release to a summer date in May 2022. Thankfully, we’ve got a little bit of a tease to hold us over with a few new photos from the set, including Tom Cruise on a big steaming locomotive and speeding around on a dirt bike. Get a look at the new Mission: Impossible 7 photos below. Read More »
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Another theatrical release bites the dust. Even though movie theaters are slowly getting back to normal and studios are starting to release major movies for audiences to see on the big screen again, not every movie waiting in the wings is lucrative enough for a studio to risk spending the money on a theatrical release right now. That’s why Sony Pictures has sold their new adaptation of the classic fairytale Cinderella, starring recording artist Camila Cabello, to Amazon instead of releasing it in theaters. Read More »
Towards the end of last year, we got the surprising news that Cinderella star Lily James and Captain America franchise co-star Sebastian Stan were taking the leads in Pam and Tommy, a new series from Hulu about famous couple Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. It was an unexpected leap for both of the actors, but we’re even more floored by the Pam and Tommy first look photos that series co-star Seth Rogen posted to social media this weekend. Lily James and Sebastian Stan are almost unrecognizable. Read More »