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Is Joe Manganiello Still Playing Deathstroke in ‘The Batman’?

16 hours ago | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Step back in time with me, if you will, to a simpler time: September 2016. At that time, Zack Snyder was still the director on Justice League, and Ben Affleck was still directing The Batman. Joe Manganiello (Magic Mike) was announced to play the villainous Deathstroke, who would be squaring off against Batman in his solo feature and possibly making an appearance in Justice League. Fast forward to July 2017 and Snyder has left Justice League for personal reasons with Joss Whedon overseeing extensive reshoots, and Affleck has handed directing duties on The Batman over to Matt Reeves (War for … »

- Matt Goldberg

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Bryce Dallas Howard to Make Directorial Debut on ‘Sorta Like a Rock Star’ (Exclusive)

17 hours ago | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Bryce Dallas Howard is attached to make her directing debut on an adaptation of the Matthew Quick novel “Sorta Like a Rock Star,” sources tell Variety.

Howard has directed a handful of short films as well as an M-80 music video starring Lily Collins but this would mark her full-length debut.

The film is currently in early development and without a distributor but sources say if the film moves forward she would direct. »

- Justin Kroll

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'Dunkirk' Sparks Debate in India Over Failure to Show Soldiers From the Country

28 July 2017 3:20 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Dunkirk opened in India last Friday to stellar reviews and what is considered a strong box-office opening for a Hollywood film, bringing in an estimated $2.4 million. But not everyone in the country is impressed.

Various reports in leading media outlets have questioned why Christopher Nolan's movie ignored what the Times of India newspaper calls the “significant contribution” of Indian soldiers at Dunkirk. The article, titled "How Nolan forgot the desis (Indians) at Dunkirk," notes that the omission should be seen in light of the fact that the “British public is more well-informed today about the Indian role »

- Nyay Bhushan

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Box Office: ‘Atomic Blonde’ Explodes With $1.5 Million, Topping ‘Emoji Movie,’ on Thursday

21 hours ago | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Charlize Theron’s “Atomic Blonde” exploded with $1.5 million on Thursday night while Sony’s animated “The Emoji Movie” took in $900,000.

Focus Features and Sierra/Affinity’s spy thriller has been projected for an opening weekend in the low $20 million range from 3,304 sites. “Atomic Blonde,” which has a $30 million price tag, is set in 1989 Germany during the fall of the Berlin Wall. »

- Dave McNary

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Marty Sklar Dies: Longtime Imagineer, Theme Park Designer & Walt Disney’s “Right-Hand Man” Was 83

27 July 2017 8:59 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Marty Sklar, the man who supervised the design and construction of Tokyo Disneyland, the Disney-MGM Studios, Disneyland Paris and other theme park attractions, has died at his home, Disney said tonight. He was 83 and had made an appearance at Disney’s D23 two weeks ago.

Having started as an intern for Walt Disney, Sklar finished his 54-year career at Disney as the International Ambassador for Walt Disney Imagineering. That role meant traveling to art and design colleges… »

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He'll be back: why old age can't keep Arnold Schwarzenegger down

38 minutes ago | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The man they call the Austrian Oak has wielded a sword, a shotgun and a governor’s pen. But as he turns 70, is time finally catching up with Arnie?

All his life, Arnold Schwarzenegger has embodied dominance. Mr Olympia, Conan the Barbarian, the Terminator, the Governator – on screen or on a podium he was the biggest, the strongest, the mightiest. Whether wielding a sword, a shotgun or a governor’s pen, as a film character or himself, he exulted in success – in victory.

“Crush your enemies, see them driven before you and hear the lamentation of the women.” “I’ll be back.” “If they don’t have the guts, I call them girlie men.” He was, and seemingly always would be, the Austrian Oak.

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- Rory Carroll in Los Angeles

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The Key Movie That Inspired Atomic Blonde’s Most Badass Action Sequence

4 hours ago | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Spoiler Warning: The following article contains minor spoilers for Atomic Blonde. If you have not yet seen the film, and don't wish to have any details at all revealed before your screening, please bookmark this page and save it until after you've gone to the »

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‘Dunkirk’ Currently Pushing ‘Emoji Movie’ Out Of Top Spot With $28M+ – Late Night Update

4 hours ago | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Update, Saturday 12:10 Am: Right now Warner Bros.’ Dunkirk is holding the fort at No. 1 in its second weekend with an industry estimate of $28.2M, -44% and sending the Christopher Nolan  movie to $103M by Sunday. When compared to the total running cume of Nolan’s previous movie Interstellar though its second Sunday, Dunkirk will be running 6% ahead of that astronaut movie — and it had a two-day extra start at the time. Interstellar finaled its U.S./Canada run at… »

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‘Room 104’ Director Breaks Down the Mind-Boggling Ending to Episode 1 — Spoilers

7 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s Note: The below interview and analysis includes spoilers for “Room 104,” Episode 1, “Ralphie.”]

Room 104” welcomed guests with an absolutely wild first episode, setting a high bar for the season to come (but one they do meet).

In “Ralphie,” a single father (Ross Partridge) leaves his adolescent son, Ralph (Ethan Kent), with a babysitter, Meg (Melonie Diaz), while he goes out on a date. The job seems simple enough: Feed the kid, get him in bed at a reasonable hour, and expect the dad to return relatively early. Granted, Meg wasn’t explicitly instructed not to strangle Ralph to death, but she also wasn’t warned of an evil, identical twin brother named Ralphie who terrorizes them both.

…if that’s what happened. Thanks to a few well-placed clues as to Meg’s mental state, including a lack of references, as well as the creepy vibes of the room itself, it’s plausible she might have imagined the whole thing. Ralph could have »

- Ben Travers

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Patti Deutsch Dies: ‘Laugh-In’ And ‘Match Game’ Regular & Veteran Voice Actor Was 73

8 hours ago | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Patti Deutsch, a comic who was a regular on the last season of Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In, appeared often on the 1970s Match Game and went on to a successful voice-over career, has died. She was 73. Her family said she died Wednesday at her Los Angeles home after a long battle with cancer. Born in Pittsburgh on December 16, 1943, Deutsch worked alongside Fred Willard in the improv troupe Ace Trucking Company in the 1960s and early ’70s. The group, which made multiple… »

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How Wonder Woman Looks To Be Vying For An Oscar Win

9 hours ago | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Warner Bros is aiming to take Wonder Woman's journey to the next level by trying to score it some Oscar buzz. Here's how. »

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Cuba Gooding, Andrew Dice Clay Backing Pete Antico for SAG-aftra President

10 hours ago | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Stuntman Pete Antico has gained endorsements for his candidacy for SAG-aftra president from Cuba Gooding Jr., Andrew Dice Clay, Mickey Rourke, Danny Aiello and Michael Madsen, Variety has learned exclusively.

Antico is one of five candidates seeking the post along with current president Gabrielle Carteris, national board member Esai Morales and independents Robert B. Martin, Jr. and Marilyn Monrovia. Ballot went out this week to about 144,000 members and must be returned by Aug. 24.

Nicky Whelan, Zoe Bell, Bruce Payne, Peter Dobson, Jeff Fahey have also endorsed Antico, who has campaigned against ratifiying the tentative agreement on a new master contract. for falling short  for stunt performers, background actors, dancers, singers, and voiceover artists. Antico has also been stressing safety issues in the wake of the July 12 death of stuntman John Bernecker on the set of “The Walking Dead,” and asserted that SAG-aftra has not paid enough attention to stunt issues.

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- Dave McNary

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Movie Trivia Schmoedown: Jte vs. Ken Napzok

10 hours ago | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

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How Deadpool 2’s Director Feels About That Weird Spider-Man Theory

11 hours ago | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

There was a weird Spider-Man theory that emerged concerning the Deadpool short film released earlier this year. Here's what Deadpool 2 director David Leitch thinks about it. »

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Film Review: ‘I Dream in Another Language’

11 hours ago | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

At the outset of Mexican director Ernesto Contreras’ entrancing fourth feature, “I Dream in Another Language,” the fate of an indigenous language hangs in the balance: Only two living souls — once the closest of friends, now bitter rivals — still speak Zikril, which could easily die with them. Like certain species of rare butterflies, languages really do disappear, but the director (and his screenwriter brother, Carlos) pursue the metaphor further: In a world of globalization, endangered primitive languages represent different ways of seeing and understanding the world, perspectives that are lost when we fail to show sufficient curiosity in the generations and cultures that have come before.

In a perverse twist, this lovely, festival-anointed art film (which won the world dramatic competition’s audience award at Sundance) opens the same day as “The Emoji Movie,” and though each film depicts the death of communication in its own fashion, only one could be described as a poetic elegy to »

- Peter Debruge

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Superhero Bits: Daredevil Retired, Gotham Season 4 Influences, Henry Cavill Mustache Response & More

11 hours ago | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Why has Daredevil retired at the beginning of The Defenders? Will Justice League introduce a new Wayne Manor? Is the old man in the Deadpool 2 teaser Uncle Ben? Could we see Peggy Carter return in some capacity for Captain Marvel? Which Batman comics are inspiring Gotham season four? What does Henry Cavill have to […]

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- Ethan Anderton

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