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‘Harley Quinn’ Showrunner Patrick Schumacker Discusses Harley & Ivy’s Relationship and Teases a Potential Third Season – Exclusive Interview

Patrick Schumacker is taking television by storm with DC Universe's Harley Quinn. Schumacker along with his writing and producing partners Justin Halpern and Dean Lorey are responsible for giving fandom a show well worth their buck. One of the last things audiences thought they needed was an R rated Harley Quinn series, yet now people…

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Michael Dowse Talks ‘Coffee & Kareem’, Crafting Relevant Comedy, and Working with Netflix – Exclusive Interview

Director Michael Dowse has built quite a name for himself over the past decade. The filmmaker is known for his brash approach to comedy. The kind of assertiveness that the genre needs, but is not always so fortunate to receive. Such a style could not be more welcomed, in times especially as bizarre and complicated…

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Ashley Eckstein on her Advocacy for Mental Health, Ahsoka in ‘The Rise of Skywalker’, and her future in Star Wars – Exclusive Interview

Ashley Eckstein has set a path for equality in nerd culture. Well known for being the definitive voice of everyone's favorite padawan, Ahsoka Tano. Since voicing the character seen in Star Wars: The Clone Wars (both film and show) and Star Wars Rebels, Eckstein has thrived in other ventures. She started the geek culture focused clothing…

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A Release Date Guide For Every 2020 Film

UPDATE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more than several film releases have either been delayed indefinitely or pushed to a later date. Here is the list of films that have been delayed. The original release dates of the films are still available within the originally published list below. This resource will be continuously updated as…

‘Atomic Blonde 2’ In Early Development At Netflix (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that an ‘Atomic Blonde’ sequel is in early development at Netflix. The first film was distributed by Focus Features and earned $100M at the worldwide box office on a $30M production budget. The first film was directed by David Leitch and starred Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, Eddie Marsen, John Goodman, Bill Skarsgard,…

J.A. Bayona Set To Direct ‘Truce’ For Warner Bros (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Juan Antonio Bayona is set to direct ‘Truce’ for Warner Bros with Stuart Beattie set to write the screenplay. The film will be a World War 1 focused film that will follow a squadron of soldiers, who are on the front line during the First World War, have an opportunity to…

‘We Are As Gods’ Review – An Introspective Call To Action

Stewart Brand is one of the world's most influential thinkers that not many people know of. He was an intricate founder of some of today's most progressive movements, yet unlike others, he is not in it for the self-exposure. In fact, many might call him dangerously selfless. Brand, now 81, is most famously known for…

Ronny Chieng Joins ‘Shang Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings’ (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Ronny Chieng has been cast in ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ in an undisclosed role. Sources say that the actor signed on to star in the film before production was shut down, it is unknown if he has filmed his scenes yet. Chieng previously starred as Eddie Chieng…

Luke Hull Joins ‘Cassian Andor’ (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Luke Hull is set to serve as production designer on the upcoming Disney+ ‘Cassian Andor’ series. Luke Hull recently served as production designer on ‘Chernobyl’ where he won an Emmy for Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period or Fantasy Program. He also won the Art Directors Guild award for Excellence…

‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Final Season Episode 7 Review – Ahsoka Questions Her Jedi Roots

"Dangerous Debt" is a contender for one of the most fun episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars' final season. The seventh episode serves as the second to last in the arc owned by the Martez sisters. Rafa and Trace reveal new layers here, offering plenty of unexpected surprises even for long time viewers. Just…

‘The Donut King’ Review – Donuts Could Not Be More Inspiring

Fleeing the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia with his wife and three children in 1975, Ted Ngoy made his way to America. He traveled with pockets that could only fit so much of the desire to make a name for himself and the little money he had. Like many refugees, Ngoy found work as a…

‘Cursed Films’ Review – Shudder’s New Docuseries is Delightfully Immersive

Cursed Films is Shudder's new docuseries that will give even the most prestigious horror aficionados a run for their money. Directed by documentarian Jay Cheel (How to Build a Time Machine), the series is pretty self-explanatory. Horror fans have come to know certain classic films as being notoriously "cursed". These films are not just associated with…