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Ed Boon drops Mortal Kombat 11 at The Game Awards 2018!!

Ed Boon is a master when it comes to keeping a tight lid on projects until dropping a bombshell with no warning and in stylish fashion. He gives us an exclusive look at the upcoming installment of one of the longest running fighting game series, Mortal Kombat 11. Mortal Kombat 11 is set to launch …

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First look at Detective Pikachu! Pokemon’s electric rodent is on the case!!

We finally get to a first look at the upcoming film “Pokémon: Detective Pikachu” from Warner Bros. The film has a darker tone than what we’re used to when it comes to Pokémon. However, it does work on creating atmosphere. Ryan Reynolds as Detective Pikachu is just adorable. He is a great actor and can …

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Warner Bros to do “Attack on Titan” film with “It” director and “Fantastic Beasts” producer!!

Looks like Hollywood is ready to try their hand again at tapping Japanese manga for new movie ideas. Warner Bros announced that Andy Mucshietti will be directing the movie adaption of Attack on Titan. Andy found success with the latest adaption of “It”, the best-selling novel written by Stephen King. “It” has become one of …

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Legendary Pictures to find their quirk with live action My Hero Academia movie!!

Well, this day was coming sooner or later. Legendary Pictures has announced plans to begin laying down foundation for a live adaption of Kōhei Horikoshi’s action comedy superhero manga series My Hero Academia. Alex Garcia and Jay Ashenfalter will oversee the project for Legendary, with Ryosuke Yoritomi on behalf of Shuiesha, the publishing company behind …

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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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Wonder Woman sequel pushed back to 2020!!

If you were ready to get you tickets for the next Wonder Woman movie next year, you’ll have to wait a little longer. In a decision made by Warner Bros., Wonder Woman 1984 has been moved 7 months ahead from it initial November 1, 2019 date to the new opening date of June 5, 2020. …

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Does Halloween scare up what the original film started?! *SPOILER WARNING*

READ ONLY IF YOU HAVE SEEN THE MOVIE!! Forty years. Forty years ago, we were introduced to terror, to horror, to a monster. In 1978, we were shown that the Boogeyman does exist. And now he has come back. Halloween is a sequel to the original movie created by John Carpenter that terrified audiences in …

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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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Tom and Jerry looking at “Fantastic Four” director for a proper movie!!

The cat and mouse have one of the longest storied rivalries in animation history – 78 years to be exact, and have appeared in dozens of shows both in and outside their own series. The made their big screen debut in 1993’s “Tom and Jerry: The Movie” which flopped in both theatrical and home release. …

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The screw ball cops are coming back to Protect and Serve (as best they can)!!

They’re the best at what they do and what they do ain’t their best. Well, it’s finally happening. After nearly 25 years Police Academy: Mission to Moscow hit theaters in 1994, another installment in the film franchise is in the works. Actor Steve Guttenberg, who portrayed Carey Mahoney from the 1984 original to the fourth …

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