Month: November 2019

Here’s some bad news for fans of Mystery Science Theater 3000: the rebooted version of the show has been cancelled by Netflix. The announcement came from star Jonah Ray, who posted about the show’s demise in a very emotional, pun-loaded tweet via his personal Twitter account. “So, Netflix decided to not do another season of MST3K,” he
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Elizabeth Banks has teamed up with Universal for sci-fi Invisible Woman By Poppy-Jay Palmer 27-11-19 1,198 Elizabeth Banks is teaming up with Universal Pictures again to star in a new film entitled Invisible Woman, according to Deadline. The news comes just months ahead of the premiere of Universal’s The Invisible Man, starring Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale) and
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The opening of Promare establishes that the sudden combustion of various people across the globe caused severe damage to the world. This was the first appearance of the Burnish, a race of hitherto unknown mutant beings with the ability to wield flames. Thirty years later, a firefighting mecha service, Burning Rescue, has been created to
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Here’s our review of Jérémy Clapin’s animation I Lost My Body By Josh Slater-Williams 25-11-19 1,896 Released: 22 Nov (cinemas), 29 Nov (Netflix) Director: Jérémy Clapin Cast: Hakim Faris, Victoire Du Bois, Patrick d’Assumçao Distributor: Netflix If you like this, try… The City Of Lost Children Guillaume Laurant is best known for his Jean-Pierre Jeunet
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M Night Shyamalan’s Servant has been renewed for Season 2 ahead of its premiere on Apple TV+ By Poppy-Jay Palmer 25-11-19 88 Apple TV+ is going wild with the ‘renewal’ button. The streamer has officially greenlit Servant Season 2 ahead of its series premiere on 28 November (via Variety). Servant is just one of many Apple original series
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Janelle Monáe is trapped in a pre-war nightmare in this new trailer for horror Antebellum By Poppy-Jay Palmer 22-11-19 1,186 Janelle Monáe is trapped in a horrifying nightmare in this new trailer for Antebellum. Check it out…  Here’s the synopsis for the film: Successful author Veronica Henley (Janelle Monáe) finds herself trapped in a horrifying
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In a spot of surprising but entirely welcome news, Star Trek 4 is in talks with Noah Hawley to write and direct, reports TheWrap. Hawley gained recognition when he created and wrote Fargo, an FX black comedy-crime drama anthology series that has been going since 2014. Following the success of Fargo, Hawley went on to create Legion, a psychedelic sci-fi
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Check out this exclusive clip from Judy & Punch, in cinemas 22 November By Poppy-Jay Palmer 20-11-19 5,892 Ahead of the release of Judy & Punch, which hits UK cinemas on 22 November, we have an exclusive clip from the film to share. Settle down and watch as famous puppeteers Punch and Judy put on a show…
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Hugh Laurie captains a sinking spaceship in the trailer for Armando Iannucci comedy Avenue 5 By Poppy-Jay Palmer 19-11-19 3,045 Get a first look at Veep and The Thick Of It creator Armando Iannucci’s brand new spaceship comedy Avenue 5, with this fun teaser from HBO:  The series was created and written by Iannucci. It stars Hugh Laurie
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Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of Brand New Cherry Flavor is beefing up the cast this week, having added Rosa Salazar, Catherine Keener, Manny Jacinto, Eric Lange and Jeff Ward, reports Deadline. Salazar is best known for playing the titular character in Alita: Battle Angel and for her work in projects like The Divergent Series, Maze Runner and Bird Box. She will be
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Now that Disney+ has launched in the US, as well as a couple of other countries, the streaming service seems to be getting a move on with some of its upcoming shows. Those shows include Marvel’s Loki, which has cast British actress Sophia Di Martino, according to Variety. Di Martino’s role in the series is still
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If ‘Let It Go’ encapsulated the 2013 film perfectly, then ‘Into the Unknown’ – the new anthem by returning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez – is the long-awaited sequel’s equivalent. Swapping themes of shame and self-acceptance for lines about risking one’s ‘happy ever after’ in search of something more, it never quite reaches the dizzying heights
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