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Captain Marvel official trailer!! Oh yeah!!

Alright here we go!! Captain Marvel finally gets her first official trailer!! Captain Marvel is the twenty-first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film stars Brie Larson stars as Carol Danvers/Captain MArvel, alongside Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Ben Mendelsohn, Djimon Hounsou, Lee Pace, Lashana Lynch, Gemma Chan, Annette Bening, Clark Gregg, and …

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All three theme songs for Godzilla anime trilogy streaming on official site!!

Just a day away from the release of the CD, the official website for Polygon Pictures’ three-part anime adaption of Toho’s long running Godzilla has begun streaming videos from all three films. Beginning with the first film, “Godzilla: Planet of Monsters” theme song “White Out, “City on the Edge of Battle” theme “SKY FALL” and …

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Jason lives!! The Crystal Lake Slasher next up for a fresh start!!

With the new Halloween film putting classic horror movies back on top, it was not out of the question that another icon of terror would get a shot at redemption. The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that LeBron James’ SpringHill Entertainment and Vertigo Entertainment are in talks to partner up for a new iteration on the killings …

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The Warrens return for Annabelle sequel, release date reveal!!

The husband and wife paranormal investing duo from the Conjuring franchise will be returning in the third Annabelle film. The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that actors Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will reprise their roles of Ed and Loraine Warren, paranormal investigators and authors associated with prominent cases of hauntings including the Amityville hauntings. Wilson and …

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Bruce Willis settles “Die Hard” debate once and for all!!

Since its release in 1988, fans have been debating one thing about the first “Die Hard” film – whether or not it is a “Christmas” movie. The film centers on John McClane, a NYPD office visiting his wife in Los Angeles. While attending a Christmas party at her office building, German terrorists led by Alan …

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Sailor Moon, Pixels actor Denis Akiyama passes away.

The anime and movie world is in mourning at the passing of Denis Akiyama on Thursday, June 28. He was best known as providing the voice of Iceman/Bobby Drake, Silver Samurai, and Sunfire in the “X-Men Animated Series” and Malachite/Kunzite in the original English version of “Sailor Moon.” He also played Shinji in “Johnny Mnemonic” …

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Next Transformers film cancelled by Paramount! Bumblebee film, however, is not!

Well, for those of y’all who were calling for an end to the live action Transformers movie, your wish has been granted. Paramount Pictures made it official that the seventh Tranformers film has been removed for their 2019 schedule. The move isn’t really that much of a surprise. The fifth film, Transformers: The Last Knight, …

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“Resident Evil” team to led the hunt in “Monster Hunter” movie adaption!!

Constantin Films is teaming with Capcom again for another movie adaption of the latter’s franchises. No, it’s not another Resident Evil film. The next film will be based on the hugely successful “Monster Hunter” game that was recently released. Constantin Films will reunite with “Resident Evil” director Paul W. S. Anderson and producer Jeremey Bolt, …

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Live action “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie has release date!!

Paramount Pictures has revealed the release date for the planned live action film based on Sega’s speedy blue mascot, Sonic the Hedgehog. November 15, 2019 is when we get to see the Blue Blur on the big screen. “Deadpool” director Tim Miller will be executive producer and Neal H. Moritz will be producing. Directing the …

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Tamio Ohki, “Ghost in the Shell” voice actor, dies at 89.

Tamio Ohki passed away last Thursday on December 14, his agency, Mansu Promotion, announced yesterday. He had been undergoing treatment for an unknown illness. Born in Tokyo on January 2, 1923, Tamio began his career soon after the end of World War II. He joined Japanese dub works of American TV drama and films, voicing …

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