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Is the Marvel Cinematic Universe Trying Too Hard to Play Catch Up?

Is the Marvel Cinematic Universe Trying Too Hard to Play Catch Up?

Image: marvel studios Does it feel like we’re getting too much Marvel? It feels like we’re getting too much Marvel. Just a few days ago, we got the Disney+ release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, with Thor: Love & Thunder finally hitting theaters next weekjust a few days after the penultimate episode …

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Lachlan Watson Playing Glen/Glenda in “Chucky” Season 2!

The world is loud, and it is only getting louder. Escaping the noise outside can seem impossible, especially when living in an urban environment. But as anyone who frequents them knows, libraries are a haven from all the bustle. While they have evolved to be more like community centers, libraries still encourage guests to keep …

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Accolades: The infamous Oscars slap hasn't prevented Will Smith, 53, from earning more accolades.  He won the Best Actor award at the BET Awards Sunday night but did not attend the ceremony

Will Smith wins BET best actor award for his work in King Richard three months after Oscars slap

Will Smith wins Best Actor at the BET awards for his work in King Richard… three months after THAT infamous Oscars slap Despite an Oscars ban, Will Smith continues to earn more acting accolades He received a best actor gong on Sunday night at the BET Awards The trophy was for his performance as the …

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A24's 'Marcel The Shell With Shoes On' Makes A Splash – Specialty Box Office

A24’s ‘Marcel The Shell With Shoes On’ Makes A Splash – Specialty Box Office

The big screen debut of Marcel The Shell With Shoes On opened at $170K on six screens in New York and LA, the highest PSA of the weekend at $28,267 for the iconic lonely snail voiced by Jenny Slate. The mock documentary about the loveable anthropomorphic mollusk hails from distributor A24, a distributor that manages …

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Transformation: Margot Robbie looked like a Barbie doll brought to life when she was spotted on the set of the upcoming live-action movie about the iconic doll

Margot Robbie looks like a Barbie brought to life as she dons a hot pink ensemble on set in LA

Margot Robbie looked like a Barbie brought to life when she was spotted on the set of the upcoming live-action movie about the iconic doll. The 31-year-old actress gave a hot pink ensemble comprised of a low-cut halter crop top and and lace-up bell bottom pants that were decorated with metallic stars. The two-time Academy …

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I Will Not Know Peace Until I Find Out What The Plot Of The Barbie Movie Is

I Will Not Know Peace Until I Find Out What The Plot Of The Barbie Movie Is

All this naturally leaves us with the obvious question: What the hell is this movie about?! There’s a lot we don’t know. For a while, the only plot tease available online read, simply, “Barbie lives in Barbie Land and then a story happens.” (??? How very dare???) Here’s what we do know. First, Barbie is …

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Brad Pitt Eyes the Final Stage of His Movie Career: “I Consider Myself on My Last Leg”

Brad Pitt Eyes the Final Stage of His Movie Career: “I Consider Myself on My Last Leg”

Four paragraphs in to QG‘s new Brad Pitt cover story, the Oscar-winning superstar is eyeing the end — of his career. “I consider myself on my last leg,” a “ruminative” Pitt, 58, says of contemplating this next, and final, phase of his career. “This last semester or quarter. What is this section gonna be? And …

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'The Thing' Theatrical Release from Fathom Events Was a Disaster But They're Making It Right for Wednesday Night

‘The Thing’ Theatrical Release from Fathom Events Was a Disaster But They’re Making It Right for Wednesday Night

Spooky narratives tend to be scarier when experienced alone, and that’s why I’ve always preferred single-player horror gaming. That being said, there’s no denying that multiplayer has taken over videogames over this past decade, captivating players with the unpredictable thrills of online cat-and-mouse matches. Now that horror juggernauts like the Friday the 13th franchise and …

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Lightyear's Vinyl Soundtrack Is Michael Giacchino at His Joyous Best

Lightyear’s Vinyl Soundtrack Is Michael Giacchino at His Joyous Best

Lightyear art by Devin Elle Kurtz graces the cover of Mondo’s exclusive vinyl.Image: Mondo/Pixar These days when you think of big, adventurous, sci-fi scores, there’s one name at the top of the list: Michael Giacchino. In the past few months alone, the prolific, Oscar-winning composer did the scores for Spider-Man: No Way Home, The Batman, …

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Batman Returns at 30: still as weird as big-budget blockbusters get

Thirty years ago, audiences came out in droves to see an over-the-top political satire about the mayoral campaign of a disgusting sewer mutant – a movie that also doubled as an oddball romantic comedy about two weirdos with mask fetishes, trading blows and spit in a snowglobe metropolis. Hindsight has a way of turning every …

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