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Hot young Alfred series Pennyworth gets a new teaser, premiere date

Why should Archie and the Pope and (soon) Perry Mason get to have all the hot, young fun? Enter the latest addition to the Hot Young canon with the upcoming Epix series Pennyworth, which explores the younger, sexier, more action-packed days of Batman’s butler. Long before he was bringing the Dark Knight his OJ and…

Lizzo to make film debut in Hustlers with Jennifer Lopez and Cardi B Lizzo to make film debut in Hustlers with Jennifer Lopez and Cardi B

Lizzo’s world takeover has reached its next phase. The rapper, singer, songwriter, and flautist is adding another title to her toolbox: Actress. Deadline reports that Lizzo is set to make her live-action film debut in Hustlers, the upcoming film starring Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B, Constance Wu, and several other awesome…

First trailer for DC's Swamp Thing series is very, literally dark

Following last week’s reports of a potentially troubled production, DC Universe has released the first official trailer for Swamp Thing, the new series produced by James Wan. And just in case Wan’s involvement didn’t give you clue, maybe the ultra-dim lighting will help your brain process that this is a horror show.…

Things get real FUBAR in Hulu's new Catch-22 trailer

Just when you think you’ve seen more than enough World War II movies and TV shows, along comes Catch-22, Hulu’s series adaptation of the classic Joseph Heller novel. Starring the likes of Christopher Abbott, Hugh Laurie, Kyle Chandler, and George Clooney (who also executive produced and directed the series, in case…

"A Whole New World" gets a whole new sound in latest Aladdin spot

We’ve already been exposed to the uncanny valley of terror that is Will Smith’s Genie, which makes it much easier to digest this new TV spot for Disney’s live-action reimagining of Aladdin. The latest sneak peak features the sorta-new rendition of Alan Menken and Tim Rice’s gentle ear worm “A Whole New World,” giving…

Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe sure do look cranky in our first look at Robert Eggers' seafaring follow-up to The Witch Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe sure do look cranky in our first look at Robert Eggers' seafaring follow-up to The Witch

Four years after making his debut with the nerve-rattling period piece The Witch, director Robert Eggers has returned with The Lighthouse. Eggers’ follow-up to his breakout horror hit is a black-and-white film shot on 35mm, and stars Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe. Thanks to the first official photo, you no longer…

Laura Donnelly to play peak Joss Whedon heroine in new Joss Whedon HBO series Laura Donnelly to play peak Joss Whedon heroine in new Joss Whedon HBO series

It’s been several years since Joss Whedon’s last female-centric television project, but praise be to network gods because he’s finally back—and not a moment too soon. I don’t know about the rest of you lady-people, but it’s a damn miracle that any of us have survived this long without Joss Whedon exploring the issues…

Giancarlo Esposito believes Better Call Saul will end after six seasons Giancarlo Esposito believes Better Call Saul will end after six seasons

We all know Better Call Saul has to end at some point, and according to Giancarlo Esposito, that ending might be coming sooner rather than later. The actor, who reprises his role as Breaking Bad drug kingpin Gustavo Fring on the AMC prequel series, recently shared his theory in an interview with Collider, in which he…

Bill & Ted, Constantine, and Speed to screen at first-ever KeanuCon Bill & Ted, Constantine, and Speed to screen at first-ever KeanuCon

Keanu Reeves has been on this earth for 54 magnificent years, and it’s taken human beings exactly that long to properly celebrate him with his very own film festival. KeanuCon is finally upon us courtesy of the folks at Matchbox Cineclub, the independent exhibitor behind Cage-A-Rama (which similarly honored the work…

The gang's all here for an Avengers-style twist on "We Didn't Start The Fire"

It’s only Tuesday, but this blessed content will make you feel much closer to Friday already. Using his powers for good, Jimmy Fallon assembled the cast of Avengers: Endgame (or a lot of them, anyway) for a cute Marvel-themed satire of Billy Joel’s classic “We Didn’t Start The Fire” on The Tonight Show. Let’s get this…

Godzilla: King Of The Monsters unleashes one final, glorious trailer

Listen, Godzilla: King Of The Monsters might not turn out so great, but at least we’ll always have these great trailers. Warner Bros. has released the final trailer for the upcoming Godzilla sequel, which features no less than seventeen (!) monsters, atomic breath attacks (plural), and at least one very humorous…

DC's Swamp Thing series abruptly halts production early DC's Swamp Thing series abruptly halts production early

Strange things are afoot on the set of DC Universe’s latest series, Swamp Thing, which was shooting in North Carolina. The Wilmington Star-News was first to report that production was abruptly halted without warning earlier today, noting that the future of the DC Universe streaming service may be in doubt as parent…

A very NSFW The Boys trailer brings Karl Urban in to spank some superheroes

Superheroes: Not always super. And according to the new Amazon series The Boys, they can be downright nasty. Take, for instance, the moment in this extremely NSFW trailer, when a Wonder Woman-powered superhero sits on some dude’s face until her super-strength makes his head explode. That is but one of the gnarly…

We Have Always Lived In The Castle trailer brings another creepy Shirley Jackson story to life

The first trailer for We Have Always Lived In The Castle is here to fill that Haunting Of Hill House-shaped void in your gothic little soul with yet another Shirley Jackson adaptation based on a story involving an eerie mansion and upsetting family drama. This one stars Taissa Farmiga, Alexandra Daddario, Sebastian…

Gillian Jacobs joins Fear Street adaptation, possibly as multiple characters Gillian Jacobs joins Fear Street adaptation, possibly as multiple characters

Fear Street just got a whole lot cooler, as The Hollywood Reporter reveals that Gillian Jacobs is the latest actor to sign on for the upcoming film trilogy based on the books by R.L. Stine. For those unfamiliar, Fear Street is the Goosebumps author’s series of horror novels for the Teens, which began its run in 1989 …

AMC orders pilot for Stephen King series Sleeping Beauties AMC orders pilot for Stephen King series Sleeping Beauties

AMC is staying in the Stephen King family business. While NOS4A2–based on the novel by Joe Hill–isn’t premiering until June, Deadline reports that the network has ordered a pilot for another series based on a novel by King and his other son, Owen. AMC has committed to a pilot for Sleeping Beauties, an adaptation of…

Ever wished for a Trolls Live? Too bad, you're getting one Ever wished for a Trolls Live? Too bad, you're getting one

Okay, who wished for the Trolls movie to become a touring live musical stage show? It couldn’t have been a child because children only know Trolls as those hideously colorful computer-animated creatures in a movie made by DreamWorks, and not as the little Cronenbergian plastic nightmare things that encouraged kids to…

Björk dropped in for a surprise DJ set at her old school Björk dropped in for a surprise DJ set at her old school

As the saying goes, Björk gonna Björk. And last week Björk decided she was gonna drop by her old school in Iceland for a surprise DJ set. The avant-garde musician and singer put in a very special appearance during a school dance, of all things, where she took command of the DJ booth for the evening. Thankfully, at…

Gay Of Thrones has blessed us with its return, honey

Now that Tim Gunn is no longer a regular fixture on television (please come back!), Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness is here to fill that relentlessly pleasant void with his positive attitude, fierce style, and an unwavering support of your daily journey in this world. And with the final season of Game Of Thrones comes…

Behold Russell Crowe's disturbing Roger Ailes in first teaser for Showtime's The Loudest Voice

Watch out, Christian Bale: Russell Crowe has achieved his final form as former Fox News chief Roger Ailes in the first teaser for The Loudest Voice. The upcoming Showtime miniseries explores Ailes’ rise to power at the conservative-leaning network after he was hired by Rupert Murdoch in 1996. Ailes ran Fox News for…

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