Millie Bobby Brown’s next movie role sounds too perfect

January 13, 2018

Millie Bobby Brown is lining up some big-time movie deals.Image: Invision/AP/REX/Shutterstock Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown is going to be starring in and producing a new series of films based on the Enola Holmes Mysteries novels, Deadline reported Tuesday.  Brown made a deal with Legendary Entertainment to be a major part of the feature film adaptations of Nancy Springer’s novel series, which follows the detective adventures of Enola Holmes,…

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What backlash? ‘The Last Jedi’ is the highest-grossing movie of 2017 in the U.S.

January 9, 2018

Cheer up, Kylo Ren your movie's doing great!Image: Lucasfilm While the rest of the world was off ringing in the New Year, Star Wars: The Last Jedi was busy crossing an important landmark.  Actually, make that two. SEE ALSO: ‘The Last Jedi’ rules the 2017 box office with a chart-topping $220 million opening Less than three weeks after its debut, The Last Jedi has officially crossed the $1 billion mark…

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Women ruled the box office in 2017 but Hollywood’s still got a ways to go

January 8, 2018

Diana puts her game face on in Wonder Woman.Image: Clay Enos / Warner Bros. For the third year in a row, a Star Wars movie emerged as the highest-grossing release of the year in the U.S. – which meant that for the third year in a row, the biggest film in the country was one featuring a female protagonist.  But Rey was just the beginning. SEE ALSO: What backlash? ‘The…

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Home Alone Is So Much Better if Kevin McCallister is Dead

December 26, 2017

Home Alone is not a great movie. Nevertheless, in 1991, it was one of three VHS tapes that my grandparents owned that I had any interest in watching, and as a result I have seen Home Alone so many times that I could probably recite the movie by now. I could even recite the gratuitous scene in which Kevin, as played by Macaulay Culkin, fear-shoplifts a toothbrush that may or…

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Twitter Meltdown: Rian Johnson Is Pleading With Fans Not To Watch Star Wars: The Last Jedi Because It Contains A Shot Of His Debit Card That He Forgot To Edit Out

December 20, 2017

Bad news if you were looking forward to watching Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Director Rian Johnson accidentally put a shot of his debit card in the film, and he’s desperately begging fans not to watch the movie so his bank info stays secret. After his initial pleas, the Episode VIII writer-director acknowledged that some fans might be upset about missing the long-awaited film. Yikes. Looks like Rian Johnson really…

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Heartbroken this holiday season? These rom-coms will cheer you up.

December 3, 2017

There’s nothing quite like getting dumped during the holidays. Everyone else is rushing to meet under the mistletoe, and there you are, all alone. SEE ALSO: Upside down Christmas trees are trending, and the internet is outraged Well, you’re not the only one and you won’t be the last, so don’t lose hope. Grab your favorite ice cream, binge watch on some rom-coms, and let them remind you that romance…

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Netflix Knows Some Very Strange Things About Public Viewing Habits

November 19, 2017

"Netflixing in Public"—the act of watching Netflix out in the world, not to be confused with "Netflix and chill"—is officially a thing. Ever since smartphones got fast enough to stream on-the-go, folks have gotten more and more used to watching TV and movies almost anywhere. Don’t believe us? Go watch the line at Whole Foods for an hour, or ride the New York City subway. Or check out the latest…

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McDowell’s from ‘Coming to America’ reappears for Halloween

November 7, 2017

McDowell's is back.Image: Buyenlarge/Getty Images You wouldn’t want to dine at a McDonald’s knock-off, except for McDowell’s. The mock restaurant which featured in the 1988 classic Coming to America reappeared in Los Angeles for Halloween, and yes, people went wild for it. SEE ALSO: Celebrities who nailed it this Halloween Hollywood restaurant Fat Sal’s turned itself into a McDowell’s for the occasion, which you might recall where Eddie Murphy and…

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The internet is retching at Woody Allen’s latest filmand its depiction of statutory rape

October 28, 2017

If critics found Woody Allen‘s comments about accused sexual harasser Harvey Weinstein indicative of his support of the mogul, the plot to Allen’s upcoming project A Rainy Day in New York certainly won’t keep them quiet. According to Page Six, Allen’s latest film will contain scenes depicting an older man having sex with young starlets and models. It’s sobering plot point given Allen’s history for casting himself among much younger women…

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The Nicolastick is a corn puff snack with Nicolas Cage’s face on the packaging

October 7, 2017

Nicolas Cage has become the “Nicolastick” in Japan, thanks to some creative marketing. Ahead of December’s release of his 2016 movie, Army of One, in Japanese cinemas, some theatres are offering a limited edition Nicolas Cage corn puff snack that only comes with an advance ticket purchase. SEE ALSO: The 1982 ‘Blade Runner’ film vs. the 1968 novel ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep’ Army of One is only coming…

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