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T'Challa Rises in Stunning New Black Panther Promo Art

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Some brand new promo art for Marvel's Black Panther has arrived online. There's a lot of comic book movie action coming our way in 2018, but Marvel's Black Panther is probably right behind, if not right on top of, Avengers: Infinity War, in terms of anticipation. Now, some brand new art for the movie has made its way online this is surprisingly colorful, but very cool and continues the hot streak for this movie's marketing campaign.

These new Black Panther promo images lean heavily into the movie's lead character, T'Challa, as one might expect, but he's not totally alone. These colorful new promo images also include the Dora Milaje, Wakanda's female warriors, front-and-center. The marketing for Black Panther has not been shy about highlighting these warriors and it looks like they're poised to be a huge part of the movie. Nothing wrong with some more very strong, female comic book heroes on the big screen. »


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Kylo Ren Was Almost Bald in The Last Jedi

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It's been just a few days since Star Wars: The Last Jedi hit theaters, bringing in a whopping $220 million domestic in its opening weekend, with just over $450 million worldwide. Released concurrently with the movie itself was the new book The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi by author Phil Szostak, from Lucasfilm Ltd. and Abrams Books, and in case you haven't gotten to pick up this book yet, a new concept art illustration poses some rather interesting questions. It seems that, at least at some point during the development process, the villainous Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) had gone bald after the events of The Force Awakens.

The new images comes courtesy of Games Radar, which speculates that the decision to make Kylo Ren bald may not have had anything to do with a specific direction the story was taking, but merely because the concept artist may have been solely focused on Kylo Ren's costume, »


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Watch Hugh Jackman Make History with Live Greatest Showman Trailer

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It was announced last week that during Fox's telecast of the three-hour live musical event A Christmas Story, the network would make history by airing the first ever live TV commercial for the upcoming movie The Greatest Showman. With a performance that surely would have made P.T. Barnum himself proud Hugh Jackman (P.T. Barnum) was joined by Zac Efron (Philip Carlyle), Zendaya (Anne Wheeler) and Keala Settle (Lettie Lutz) for the two and a half minute live trailer where they performed the new song "Come Alive." The live commercial was filmed at the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, just across from where the live musical was being filmed.

Directed by The Greatest Showman feature film director Michael Gracey, along with Emmy-nominated Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock director Beth McCarthy-Miller, the live trailer features a 360-degree shoot with more than 150 dancers. Given that this live commercial went off without a hitch, »


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Justice League Dark Concept Art Reveals Rejected Pitch

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The Justice League Dark live-action movie is looking doomed. Warner Bros. released its slate of upcoming projects and it is nowhere to be found after announcing that it was in development some time ago. The Shape of Water director Guillermo del Toro was once attached to direct and he recently revealed that he wanted to have Swamp Thing on board and spoke about how much the character meant to him. Now, Joseph Kahn has shared some of his concept art for Justice League Dark that he pitched to DC and Warner Bros. that was ultimately rejected.

Over the summer, director Joseph Kahn (Bodied) revealed that he had previously pitched his ideas for the long awaited Justice League Dark project and that his ideas were rejected. Now that the movie doesn't appear to be happening at all anymore, Kahn has released some of his concept art for the project done in »


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Lara Croft Goes Savage in Latest Look at Tomb Raider Reboot

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Some brand new photos from the upcoming Tomb Raider reboot have just arrived online. Looking ahead to 2018, there's a lot to be excited about, especially in terms of movies with a lot of potential. One of those movies might, dare we say, break the Hollywood curse and give us a good video game movie. Not necessarily great, but at least good. It's a little too early to tell, but this latest batch of photos from Tomb Raider look very faithful to the source material, with some serious intensity from Alicia Vikander.

As we've seen in previous photos, this version of Lara Croft, played by Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander, is going to be using her bow and arrow, which she has at her ready in this latest sneak peak. We also see her with a flashlight in a dank, dark space. A tomb perhaps? There's also a shot of her looking at something rather uneasy. »


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Tell-All Weinstein Documentary Is Coming from BBC Two

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BBC Two today announced a special feature-length documentary to tell the definitive story of Harvey Weinstein. Weinstein (w/t), will bring fresh insights and revelations to the epic story of Weinstein's rise and fall as well as revealing one of the most far-reaching scandals in Hollywood's history, one which is still developing. The 90-minute film will be directed by award-winning director Ursula Macfarlane (One Deadly Weekend in America, Charlie Hebdo: Three Days that Shook Paris) and will be produced by Lightbox, the company founded by Academy Award-winning producer Simon Chinn (Man on Wire, Searching for Sugar Man) and Emmy Award-winning Jonathan Chinn (La 92, Fantastic Lies).

The film will use the Weinstein scandal as a prism through which to explore the history of Hollywood and delve into the complex mix of money, power, exploitation and abuse that developed with the emergence of the studio system in the 1930s. Weinstein will »


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Venom Video Reveals a Brutal Fight, Michelle Williams Character Confirmed

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Michelle Williams has confirmed that she's playing Anne Weying in the upcoming Venom movie alongside Tom Hardy. In addition, some new videos from the set find Hardy getting knocked around the set in battle. In July, a report from Omega Underground revealed that Anne Weying was going to be in the movie from an audition tape that they had uncovered, but Williams was not attached at the time. The audition tape also hinted at an R-rating for the Sony movie, which is being directed by Ruben Fleischer.

Now, in a new interview with Screen Rant to promote All the Money in the World, Michelle Williams revealed what it's like to work with Tom Hardy while keeping quiet about her character in the upcoming Venom movie. The actress also seemed caught off guard by the Venom questions and kept pretty quiet about what was going on, but did mention that she »


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Mortal Engines Trailer: Peter Jackson Presents an Epic New Saga

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A thousand years in the making! Today we have the first trailer for the epic new saga Mortal Engines, which comes from the team behind The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Peter Jackson is the mastermind behind this apocalyptic view of the future. And the first footage is jaw-dropping.

Thousands of years after civilization was destroyed by a cataclysmic event, humankind has adapted and a new way of living has evolved. Gigantic moving cities now roam the Earth, ruthlessly preying upon smaller traction towns. Tom Natsworthy (Robert Sheehan), who hails from a Lower Tier of the great traction city of London, finds himself fighting for his own survival after he encounters the dangerous fugitive Hester Shaw (Hera Hilmar). Two opposites, whose paths should never have crossed, forge an unlikely alliance that is destined to change the course of the future.

Mortal Engines is the startling, new epic adventure »


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First Ocean's Eight Footage Has Sandra Bullock Uniting Her Team

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Don't call it a remake! Or a reboot, or a revival. Ocean's Eight is an extension of the Ocean's franchise that was kicked off in the 2000s by Brad Pitt and George Clooney. The movie continues the story of the Oceans family. This time, the story is focused on Danny Ocean's sister Debbie. Today, we get the first footage. And it's definitely going to be about a major heist.

The full OCean's Eight trailer is dropping tomorrow. Today, we get a fun fifteen second teaser that introduces Sandra Bullock as Debbie. She is seen pulling her expert team of thieves together for the mother of all heists. And we're pretty sure, by the looks of them, that they'll be able to pull this off.

Ocean's Eight is set to be one of Warner Bros.' biggest 2018 releases, in association with Village Roadshow. The first video teaser has the all-star cast on full display. »


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Rey's Parents Finally Revealed in The Last Jedi

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One of the biggest questions about 2015's The Force Awakens was who are Rey's parents? Speculation and fan theories spread through the internet like wildfire. Is she Obi-Wan Kenobi's daughter? Is she Luke Skywalker's kid? Maybe her brother is Kylo Ren, therefore making Han Solo and Leia Organa her parents. The conversations would get heated and turned into bitter arguments as Star Wars fans all over the world wondered about Rey's lineage for 2 full years. But now, Star Wars: The Last Jedi has answered that question, crushing all of the popular fan theories and putting the question to rest for the time being. Obviously, Major Spoilers for The Last Jedi are ahead, so you have been warned.

The highly anticipated video game Star Wars: Battlefront 2 recently came out as a way to tie into some history between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens, leading players on a campaign as Iden Versio, »


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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Earns $450 Million in Global Opening Weekend

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Long before Star Wars: The Last Jedi hit theaters, the sequel was expected to be a huge hit, with projections putting the domestic debut at $200 million and the global box office debut at $425 million. It turns out that the movie over-shot both projections, taking in $220 million at the domestic box office and $450 million worldwide. That tally is good for the fifth best global opening weekend of all time, and the second biggest domestic debut of all time, just behind the $247.9 million record-breaking performance from 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi also put up a massive $104.8 million opening day total, making it just the second movie ever to earn more than $100 million on its opening day, with the first being The Force Awakens, en route to the $220 million opening weekend. One of the reasons The Last Jedi couldn't contend for the all time global opening weekend record of $541.9 million, »


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Rogue One Was Hiding a Big Last Jedi Secret

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The Star Wars franchise has always been great at turning something that seemed inconsequential at the time into something that ends up paying off down the line and the new trilogy is no exception. An eagle-eyed Twitter user was able to point out that Rogue One planted a seed that was used for a major piece of The Last Jedi's plot, which leads us to believe that there may be more that we could have missed. Rian Johnson's first experience helming a Star Wars movie has seen some mixed results amongst fans for making a movie that is completely different than any of the installments that came before, which either deeply satisfies one faction of fans and alienates another faction, so maybe this Rogue One callback may help some of the non-believers out there. Major Spoilers for The Last Jedi ahead, read at your own risk.

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