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New 'Spawn' Movie in the Works From Todd McFarlane, Blumhouse

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Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productions are teaming up with Todd McFarlane to develop a new movie based on the comic book icon's creation, Spawn.

McFarlane has written the first draft of the script and is set to direct the project, marking a rare foray for a comic creator into the director's chair.

McFarlane became a comics superstar and one of the industry's first artist-millionaires in the 1980s, thanks to his work on Amazing Spider-Man. He later was one of the founding artists of Image Comics with his creation, Spawn.

Spawn told of a black-ops agent who is betrayed and »


- Borys Kit

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What It's Like Taking a Movie to Comic-Con for the First Time

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This isn't Talitha Bateman's first time at San Diego Comic-Con, but it's her first time braving the crowds as a star of one of the convention's buzzed-about movies.

The 15-year-old Annabelle: Creation star came to San Diego last year as a fan with her brother. This time, it's a whole new world navigating a whirlwind press tour as a film lead.

Annabelle: Creation is already a hit with critics (it currently holds 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 11 reviews), and on Wednesday night, Bateman and her co-stars (along with the stars of New Line's It and The Nun) »


- THR Staff

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Weekend Box Office: 'Dunkirk' Heads for $45M-$50M U.S. Debut; 'Valerian' Bombing

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Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk is easily winning the Friday box-office battle for a projected $45 million-$50 million debut, marking the best opening for a World War II movie in recent times.

Dunkirk is expected to earn $17 million or more on Friday, including $5.5 million in Thursday night previews. The critically acclaimed film, from Warner Bros., is playing in 3,720 locations and is getting a wide berth in Imax theaters and on 70mm screens.

Nolan's last film, Interstellar, debuted to nearly $50 million over the long Thanksgiving holiday in 2014, including $47.5 million for the three-day weekend. The »


- Pamela McClintock

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Charlie Sheen, Whoopi Goldberg Star in First Trailer for '9/11' Movie

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The trailer for 9/11, a fictional story about a group of people stranded in a World Trade Center elevator during the Sept. 11 attacks, starring Charlie Sheen, Whoopi Goldberg and Gina Gershon, has arrived.

In the short preview, Sheen, sporting a suit and tie, enters an elevator in one of the towers alongside Gershon and Luis Guzman. As the doors close, text appears onscreen asking, "Where were you …" before transitioning to a befuddled Goldberg in a control room, counting lights off of a large circuit board before her.

Underscored by a dramatic orchestral arrangement, footage from new coverage of »


- Patrick Shanley

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Late 'Batman' Actor Adam West Honored at Comic-Con

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There are typically a lot of Batmen at Comic-Con, but only one was the subject of a star-filled tribute.

Filmmaker Kevin Smith, producer James Tucker, actors Ralph Garman and Lee Meriwether, and about a thousand fans paid tribute to the late Adam West at the pop culture convention Thursday night.

West played Batman in the 1960s TV series and later voiced the character of Mayor West on Family Guy. He died last month at age 88.

Smith said he was about 4 years old when he first saw West in Batman on a black-and-white TV.

"He defined my youth," »


- the Associated Press

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'Mr. Robot' Creator Sam Esmail to Write, Direct Bermuda Triangle Movie

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Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail will write, and is attached to direct, a new take on Universal's Bermuda Triangle project.

Earlier drafts of the untitled project were written by Miles Millar & Alfred Gough, and Juliet Snowden & Stiles White. Details of the plot are being kept under wraps. The mysterious Caribbean area known as the Bermuda Triangle stretches between the Florida Straits, Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Over the years, several ships and planes have disappeared in the area under mysterious circumstances. Theories about paranormal or alien causes have long swirled around these strange disappearances.

Dylan Clark (Planet of the »


- Rebecca Ford

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Dwayne Johnson Won't Appear in 'Shazam!,' DC's Geoff Johns Says

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Dwayne Johnson will not appear in the upcoming superhero film Shazam!, according to DC chief creative officer Geoff Johns.

"We haven't announced any casting yet," Johns told Yahoo Movies. "But Dwayne isn't going to be in this movie. He's still doing Black Adam, but he won't be in Shazam!"

News of Shazam!, which follows a young boy who transforms into Earth's mightiest mortal, being the next DC film in line to shoot was reported Thursday by The Hollywood Reporter. The film is yet to cast its leads, but Johnson has been attached to the role of Shazam's main antagonist, »


- Patrick Shanley

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Edward Norton Speaks Out About Climate Change and Trump

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Edward Norton said Friday that citizen activism had the power to neutralize Donald Trump's opposition to global climate change accords.

The actor and environmental campaigner said the U.S. President's decision in early June to formally pull the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Accord was irrelevant when states such as New York and California had committed to tackling global warming at a local level.

The actor was speaking in Poland, where he noted the power of citizen activism in a reference to current mass nationwide demonstrations against moves by the government to undermine judicial independence. He said the environmental »


- Nick Holdsworth

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John Corbett, Lana Condor Join 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' Film (Exclusive)

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Awesomeness Films has found the cast for its newest teen flick. 

X-Men: Apocalypse actress Lana Condor has signed on to star in To All the Boys I've Loved Before alongside John Corbett. The film, based on the novel by Jenny Han, is being directed by Susan Johnson and was written by Sofia Alvarez. Production on the film, which is also being produced by Awesomeness and Overbrook Entertainment, has begun in Vancouver. 

To All the Boys I've Loved Before tells the story of Lara Jean Covey (Condor), a high school junior who spends her lunch reading and imagining her life as »


- Natalie Jarvey

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Ben Affleck's Batman Future in Doubt as Warner Bros. Plots Franchise

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Ben Affleck is heading to Comic-Con this weekend to promote Warner Bros.’ upcoming Justice League movie, set for a Nov. 17 release. But how many more times is he likely to put on the Batsuit? Probably not many, if ever again.

Yes, Warners’ film studio chief Toby Emmerich tells The Hollywood Reporter, "Ben is our Batman. We love him as Batman. We want to keep him in the cowl as long as we can." And Matt Reeves, who will direct the studio’s still-undated (and unwritten) The Batman, has said that he means to keep Affleck in the »


- Kim Masters

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Kevin Spacey to Play Gore Vidal in Netflix Film

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Two-time Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey is next slated to play Gore Vidal in a new Netflix film about the writer's life. 

Michael Hoffman (One Fine Day, The Last Station) is directing the film for Netflix. The project is currently in pre-production in Rome. Andy Paterson is producing. 

Shooting will begin at the end of August in Rome, according to sources, and then move to the Amalfi Coast, where most of the film will take place. 

Vidal purchased his infamous cliffside mansion in Ravello, La Rondinaia in 1972 and moved there permanently in 1993. 

The writer hosted numerous international celebrities in the seven-bedroom »


- Ariston Anderson

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George Clooney's 'Suburbicon' Release Date Moved Up

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Paramount has moved up the release dates of mother! and Suburbicon, positioning both films for a longer awards run.

Darren Aronofsky's horror film mother!, starring Jennifer Lawrence, will get a wide release on Sept. 15, opposite the wide releases of Open Road's Blake Lively drama All I See is You and Lionsgate's Michael Keaton actioner American Assassin, as well as the Annapurna comedy Brad's Status directed by Mike White, IFC's J.D. Salinger biopic Rebel in the Rye from Danny Strong and the A24 thriller Woodshock, starring Kirsten Dunst. It was previously scheduled to open on Oct. 13.

George Clooney's Suburbicon, starring Matt Damon and Julianne Moore, will bow »


- Ashley Lee

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Charlize Theron Skillfully Dance Battles With Jimmy Fallon

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Charlize Theron and Jimmy Fallon took turns making up dance moves for a round of The Tonight Show's Dance Battle. In honor of Theron's new movie Atomic Blonde, all of the songs were from the '80s and the film's soundtrack.

Theron went first and was prompted with "slap the giraffe," which she looked at dubiously. "That's not a mistake, that's actually what you meant to write?" she asked, laughing. Nevertheless, she went out on stage and slapped an imaginary giraffe, inspiring Fallon to jealously ask, "How do you make that look cool?" 

Fallon patted his pockets to a beat for »


- Lorena O'Neil

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Harry Styles Gives 'Dunkirk' More Than It Bargained For

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An ambitious director who avoids email, cellphones and social media. A pop star with 30 million Twitter followers and legions of online fans. It might not sound like a natural fit, but One Direction star Harry Styles has emerged as a secret weapon for Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk.

It's not just that Styles’ performance as a young British soldier is strong (it is). It's also that for months, Styles' fans have been mounting an impromptu publicity campaign for Dunkirk, Nolan’s World War II film that’s earned rave reviews and opens this weekend.

At Tuesday's premiere in New »


- Kyle Kizu

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'Stranger Things' Director Shawn Levy on How He Plans to Lose His "Comic-Con Virginity"

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2017 was a year of firsts for director-producer Shawn Levy — from his first Oscar nomination for Arrival to a first Emmy nom for Netflix's Stranger Things. Levy will soon embark on another (and arguably his biggest) first... his first San Diego Comic-Con. Levy talked to The Hollywood Reporter about what he's expecting from Hall H ahead of Saturday's Stranger Things panel.

I have been told to hydrate and sleep when you can. But, I think, the worst peril that we are gonna face is getting sick of the sound of our own voices.

Comic-Con is the epicenter of passionate fandom and I think it’s »


- Shawn Levy, as told to Mia Galuppo

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'Landline', 'Obvious Child' Trio Talk Making Their Second Feature and '90s New York

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Jenny Slate, Gillian Robespierre and Elisabeth Holm have gotten really good about finding the comedy in what could easily be seen as something tragic.

The actress, writer-director and writer-producer, respectively, went from an abortion rom-com, Obvious Child, into a movie about infidelity and divorce that also happens to be a '90s-set comedy. Landline, out today, is set in 1995 New York and follows two sisters, played by Jenny Slate and relative newcomer Abby Quinn, and a mother (Edie Falco) discovering and handling the fallout of their dad/husband's (John Turturro) affair in their own unique ways. 

Slate, Robespierre and Holm talked to The »


- Mia Galuppo

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'Who the F**k is That Guy? The Fabulous Journey of Michael Alago': Film Review

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Representing a growing microgenre of "they knew everybody!" documentary portraits (think of the recent Danny Says), Drew Stone's Who the F**ck is That Guy shows how total, unabashed music fandom took a nobody from New York City's far reaches to the heart of the music business. Starting off as just a kid who attended every live show he could manage, Michael Alago soon become a tastemaker who (among other things) helped introduce the world to Metallica. Despite its very modest production values and narrow scope, this friendly doc is one more small chapter in the ongoing oral history of Downtown »


- John DeFore

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 3 Ways to Build a Better Black Superhero

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The Three Musketeers, Ivanhoe and Treasure Island, which gave me hope that — unlike the mind-numbingly boring daily routine of childhood — adulthood could be an exciting adventure in which the battle to defeat evil and corruption paid off in massive public adoration and endless attractive women. Comic books were a modern shorthand version of those thick old books, made more exciting by the addition »


- Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

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Mark Rylance Says He "Would Never" Campaign For Oscar: "How Embarrassing"

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As the five-star reviews for Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk continue to roll in from around the world, the early Oscar buzz is already gathering steam. 

But while many agree that Nolan is deserving of a nod in the best director category (his first) and there are likely to be numerous honors for cinematography and other behind-the-camera work, among the ensemble cast, while praised, only Mark Rylance has been tipped as a possible contender for best supporting actor. 

Not that the actor — who plays a British civilian who sets off in his yacht to save marooned troops on the French coast »


- Alex Ritman

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'Old Sitting' ('Sales gosses'): Film Review

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Each summer, a French comedy comes along that tries to to exploit its country’s sacrosanct vacation rituals, whether in the form of trailer park trash (the Camping series), nostalgia for the golden years (Nicholas on Holiday, Ducoboo 2: Crazy Vacation), camp chaos (Those Happy Days, from the makers of Intouchable), ripoffs of The Love Boat (La Croisiere) or good ol' fashioned sexism (One Wild Moment).

In the best case you get something like Jacques Tati's Monsieur Hulot's Holiday, but in most cases you get much of the above or else the latest specimen, Old Sitting (Sales gosses) — an awful »


- Jordan Mintzer

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