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‘Nevermoor’ Movie Coming From Drew Goddard

Drew Goddard, the writer behind The Martian, World War Z, Netflix’s Daredevil and The Cabin in the Woods, will adapt the new children’s fantasy book Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow into a feature film for Twentieth Century Fox. Nevermoor will hit bookstores on Halloween day, 2017. The Nevermoor movie news awaits you below. Drew Goddard has had a storied career, with writing credits on Cloverfield, Buffy the […]

‘Dora the Explorer’ Movie Coming From Michael Bay and Nick Stoller, Cats and Dogs Living Together, Mass Hysteria

Dora the Explorer, the popular and educational animated children’s television character who reigned supreme for 14 years on Nickelodeon, is about to make the leap to the big screen in a very unexpected way. Michael Bay‘s Platinum Dunes will produce a live-action take on the character from Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Neighbors director Nick Stoller. I’m not […]

Daily Podcast: Stranger Things, Thor, Star Trek, Justice League, Phantom Thread, Geostorm & More

On the October 23, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Jacob Hall to talk about the latest news, including the first reviews for Stranger Things 2, the reasons Last Action Hero bombed, Star Trek Discovery gets a second season, the Justice League run-time is much shorter than expected, […]

‘World of Tomorrow Episode 2’ Trailer Brings You The Burden of Other People’s Thoughts

One of the best films of 2015 was only 17 minutes long. Don Hertzfeldt‘s brilliant, funny, heartbreaking animated short World of Tomorrow packed more nuance and emotion into its brief running time than most feature length films, and received an Oscar nomination in the process. Now Hertzfeldt is returning to the World of Tomorrow with World of Tomorrow […]

TV Bits: ‘Magnum P.I.’, New Mike Schur Sitcom, ‘Ray Donovan’ Season 6, ‘Lady Dynamite’ Season 2 Trailer

In this edition of TV Bits: There’s a Magnum P.I. reboot in the works at CBS Amazon Pilot Season 2017 announced Mike Schur is developing a Mexican-American family sitcom with Shea Serrano Ray Donovan renewed for season 6 A trailer for Lady Dynamite season 2 A first look at WGN America’s Bellevue  Magnum P.I., the show that made Hawaiian shirts […]

‘The Lost Boys’ Almost Had an End Credits Scene

Before superhero movies made the after credits scene cool, The Lost Boys nearly did it first. The original script for The Lost Boys almost had a different ending — one that was eventually moved to a tag that would roll after the credits. But that Lost Boys end credits scene was eventually cut and the ending was lost to the […]

Tessa Thompson Reveals That Her ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Character is Bisexual

Thor: Ragnarok marks a huge tonal shift for the Thor franchise into full-on comedy territory, but we’ve just learned that the movie also features a potentially significant benchmark for the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a whole: the first LGBTQI character in Marvel Studios history. But is that actually reflected on screen, or is this just another case of a […]

The Surprising Reason Why ‘Last Action Hero’ Bombed, According to Arnold Schwarzenegger

Remember Last Action Hero? Of course you do. The 1993 Arnold Schwarzenegger action/fantasy was one of the biggest critical and financial bombs of its decade before finding a cult following on home video. As a member of that cult following, the film’s initial reception can’t help but feel like a badge of honor 24 years […]

Here’s Why Marvel Won’t Make a Solo ‘Hulk’ Movie

Stop trying to ask Kevin Feige when a solo Hulk movie is going to happen. It’s not going to happen. But it’s for reasons beyond the fact that the green-skinned monster’s last solo outing, The Incredible Hulk, did lackluster numbers at the box office, that the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s slate is packed for the next 15 years, or that […]

From Voodoo Rituals to Industrial Fans: All 67 ‘Child’s Play’ Kills Ranked

Let’s save wordcount and cut any intro fluff – I have ranked every single Child’s Play kill. From Charles Lee Ray’s very first “death” transference to the final frame of Don Mancini’s latest installation, Cult Of Chucky. Window drops, airbag nail bombs, heart attacks. The works. Why Because Child’s Play helped invigorate a glorious era […]