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13 Aug

First Look at Disney’s Live-Action ‘Mulan’; Here’s Everything We Know

The animated film version of Mulan in 1998 combined action, comedy, music and drama to thrilling effect. Based on a Chinese legend, it told the story of a courageous young woman who posed as a

13 Aug

No Good Deeds Go Unpunished In the ‘Crawlspace’

“The way he handles that ax! I wonder where he learned.” Welcome to 4:3 & Forgotten — a column where I get to look back at TV terrors that scared adults (and the kids they let watch)

13 Aug

Wes Anderson Plans Early 2019 Shoot in France for 10th Film

This spring saw the release of Wes Anderson’s ninth feature film and his second stop-motion animation, Isle of Dogs, an ode to Japanese cinema and specifically the films of Akira Kurosawa. For the filmmaker’s follow-up, he

13 Aug

Superhero Bits: Ruby Rose Leaves Twitter After ‘Batwoman’ Harassment, New ‘The Flash’ Suit Debuts & More

What is Sebastian Stan‘s favorite line from the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Want to see how Grant Gustin looks in the final version of the new suit for the upcoming season of The Flash? Why did

13 Aug

Daily Podcast: Avatar Sequels, Star Trek 4, Idris Elba, and MoviePass

On the August 13, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by managing editor Jacob Hall and weekend editor Brad Oman to discuss the latest film and TV news, including

13 Aug

‘Jack Ryan’ Featurette: Amazon’s New Spy Series is Aiming for Authenticity17

The late Tom Clancy‘s novels are famous for the level of technical accuracy and specific details he would insert to give readers a sense of authenticity. So it’s no surprise that Jack Ryan, Amazon’s new streaming

13 Aug

First Look at Isabela Moner in ‘Dora the Explorer’; Here’s Everything We Know

Educational TV show Dora the Explorer began a long run on Nickelodeon in 2000 and proved to be immensely popular over its 172 episodes. It spawned toys, books, video games, foreign adaptations, stage adaptations and

13 Aug

U.S. Trailer for ‘The Guilty’ Previews a Great Entry into the One-Location Thriller Genre

Following its initial premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, The Guilty now has its first U.S. trailer and a release date slated for later this fall. The film went on to

Watch: ‘Lucifer’ Cast Announces Season 4 Is Filming with New BTS Video

Lucifer lives! Fans of the series had a bit of scare earlier this summer, when FOX axed the show after three seasons, but they weren’t willing to let Lucifer go without a fight, and after a

13 Aug

Jonathan Nolan Wanted a Classic Rock Song in ‘The Dark Knight’ Trilogy Marketing But Christopher Nolan Refused

With three films in The Dark Knight trilogy, there have been plenty of trailers and TV spots around the world advertising Christopher Nolan‘s acclaimed take on Batman. However, one marketing tactic that was never used