Tag: Allie Gemmill

‘SNL’: Kate McKinnon Returns to “Weekend Update” as Noted Ballot Truther Rudy Giuliani

November 8, 2020 SHARE TWEET If there’s one person I trust to help me process any lingering post-election anxiety, it’s Saturday Night Live MVP Kate McKinnon. So, it was extremely nice to see McKinnon back in full swing on Saturday’s newest episode, returning to the “Weekend Update” segment of the show as noted ballot truther and star
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Sean Connery, Forever Our James Bond, Dead at 90

October 31, 2020 SHARE TWEET Legendary actor Sean Connery has died at age 90. The Scottish-born actor, whose career began in the Royal Navy,  went on to appear in 60-plus years worth of roles in television and movies. Today, Connery is perhaps best known for his roles in both the James Bond and Indiana Jones franchises. Connery also
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Kate Winslet on That Underwater ‘Avatar 2’ Set Photo: “That Was Quite Scary”

October 28, 2020 SHARE TWEET Truth be told, I’m still trying to wrap my head around the incredible Avatar 2 set photo of Kate Winslet filming underwater. This photo, which was recently shared via the Avatar franchise’s Twitter, sees Winslet in one of the many water tanks used on the first of four sequels. She’s decked out
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Uzo Aduba Is the New Gabriel Byrne in HBO’s Revival of ‘In Treatment’

October 27, 2020 SHARE TWEET Uzo Aduba is about to tell a ton of new people what condition their condition is in as the star of HBO’s In Treatment revival. The original In Treatment series ran for three seasons from 2008 to 2010. Gabriel Byrne starred as a therapist managing a full roster of patients as well as his
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‘Assassin’s Creed’ Live-Action Show & Animated Universe in the Works at Netflix

October 27, 2020 SHARE TWEET A mighty partnership has been struck between Netflix and Ubisoft in an effort to bring the world of Assassin’s Creed to the streaming giant. A live-action Assassin’s Creed television show is currently in the works at Netflix, the first of multiple projects coming to the platform as part of what will be
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Quibi Shutting Down After Six Months — What the Hell Happened?

October 21, 2020 SHARE TWEET Quibi is no more. That’s the word coming down from insiders close to the events unfolding at Quibi Holdings LLC ground zero, spreading across the internet like wildfire as of Wednesday, October 21. According to the FAQ section of Quibi’s website, the app will cease streaming “on or about December
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‘The Matrix 4’ Star Teases Director Lana Wachowski’s New, Game-Changing Filming Style

October 13, 2020 SHARE TWEET Gather ’round, fans of The Matrix franchise, because new details about The Matrix 4 have emerged. The Matrix 4 co-star Jessica Henwick (Iron Fist, Game of Thrones) has shared new details about director Lana Wachowski‘s filming style on the next Matrix movie. The fourth installment will arrive in theaters in 2021, nearly 20 years after the third movie, The Matrix Revolutions, was released. Given
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‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ Trailer Celebrates a Unique LGBTQ Story

October 11, 2020 SHARE TWEET 20th Century Studios has released Everybody’s Talking About Jamie and it was perfectly timed to arrive on National Coming Out Day. This uplifting and lovely movie musical is adapted from the West End musical of the same name with music by Dan Gillespie Sells and book and lyrics by Tom MacRae. Sells and MacRae
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Netflix Plans to Release Six Animated Movies A YEAR

October 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET A jaw-dropping revelation: Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos has teased the streamer’s plans to release six animated movies a year at some point in the near future. While the streamer has had some achievements in the animation category in the past, including scoring an Oscar nomination with the 2019 animated movie I
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‘The Witcher’ Season 2: New Images Tease Yennefer’s Return

October 7, 2020 SHARE TWEET Two more new images from Netflix’s The Witcher Season 2 have arrived. On Wednesday, the return of the sorceress Yennefer of Vengerberg, played by Anya Chalotra, was the focus of these new stills from the forthcoming season. The new images follow on the heels of new images of Geralt of Rivia, played
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‘Mission: Impossible 7’ Set Video Reveals Tom Cruise Performing an Insane Train Stunt

October 5, 2020 SHARE TWEET Fans of the Mission: Impossible franchise got a burst of action injected into their weekend when a new video from the set of Mission: Impossible 7 hit the internet. The video was joined by a set photo released by director Christopher McQuarrie. Both the video and the photo tease what
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Netflix’s ‘His House’ Trailer Teases Haunting Story of Two Asylum Seekers Fighting for Their Lives

September 30, 2020 SHARE TWEET Home sweet home or home sweet hell? The trailer for director Remi Weekes‘ His House, coming to Netflix in October, blurs the line between the two until it disappears entirely. His House was picked up by the streaming giant ahead of its Sundance Film Festival premiere earlier this year. His House also promises to be
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New ‘The Crown’ Season 4 Images Reveal Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher

September 29, 2020 SHARE TWEET Netflix has released a whole batch of new photos from The Crown Season 4. The next season of Peter Morgan‘s long-running series moves into the late ’70s and early ’80s and looks at the beginning of one of the most turbulent periods in the royal family’s life during the 20th century.
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Weekend Box Office: ‘Tenet’ Has a Weak Grip on #1 With $41.2 Mil Domestic Total

September 27, 2020 SHARE TWEET Here we are, at the end of yet another weekend trying to find the silver lining on an ever-darkening box office cloud. Sure, Warner Bros. Tenet is still at the top of the box office chart, with 20th Century Studios’ The New Mutants and Solstice Studios’ Unhinged rounding out the top three. But
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Why ‘Candyman’ Is Delayed to 2021, According to Director Nia DaCosta

September 12, 2020 SHARE TWEET On Friday, it was announced Universal Pictures was pushing back the release date on director Nia DaCosta‘s Candyman update. An official release date has yet to be locked in, but we do know the movie will now bow in 2021. This is the third time Candyman‘s release date has been
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New ‘Dune’ Images Show Oscar Isaac & Javier Bardem as Powerful Patriarchs

September 1, 2020 SHARE TWEET Two new images from Denis Villeneuve‘s Dune have been released ahead of the official trailer reveal on September 9. Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert‘s novel of the same name (the first in a Dune series) boasts an incredible cast led by Timothée Chalamet and also stars Oscar Isaac, Rebecca Ferguson, Javier Bardem, Zendaya, Josh Brolin, Jason Momoa, and many
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‘The New Mutants’ Leads a Slowly Reviving Weekend Box Office With $7 Million

August 30, 2020 SHARE TWEET [Editor’s note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we strongly encourage individuals to check with the recommendations of public health officials and CDC safety guidelines before seeing a movie in a theater.] It has been a little over five months since we last reported on box office news as the U.S. has
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‘Shazam 2’ Title Revealed by Zachary Levi, David F. Sandberg, & More Key Cast

August 22, 2020 SHARE TWEET The official title for Shazam 2 has been revealed! Shazam! star Zachary Levi was on hand Saturday during the virtual DC FanDome event to help introduce the title to the upcoming DCEU sequel. Levi was also joined by director David F. Sandberg as well as supporting cast members Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, Faithe Herman, Meagan Good, and Adam Brody for
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New DC FanDome Trailer Teases ‘The Batman,’ ‘The Flash,’ and ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

August 19, 2020 SHARE TWEET A new trailer for the upcoming DC FanDome event has arrived to give fans an even better tease of what’s coming. The DC FanDome event is one you don’t want to miss, especially if you’re a DCEU fan who is eager to get updates on the biggest titles both in production
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Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ Gets Early Access Screening Dates & Original Song from Travis Scott

August 18, 2020 SHARE TWEET Some exciting news in the world of Christopher Nolan‘s Tenet. This week, we’ve learned Warner Bros. will be releasing the long-awaited flick in select U.S. cities at the end of August and (and!) we’ve also learned Tenet will have an original song. I know it’s been a long, winding road full of obstacles with Tenet,
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‘The Boys’ Season 2 Cast Adds Shawn Ashmore to Play a Key Supe

August 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET Ahead of its September 4 premiere, The Boys Season 2 has revealed a very fun addition to its cast: X-Men and X2 alum Shawn Ashmore. To be fair, they knew about this casting decision way before we did. But hey, let us live! This is exciting news no matter which way you slice it
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Shia LaBeouf Movies Ranked From Worst to Best to, Uh, ‘Bobby’

August 7, 2020 SHARE TWEET With more than 20 years in the business under his belt, Shia LaBeouf has crafted for himself one hell of a resumé. At 34, LaBeouf’s varied career has already gone through three major chapters — the Disneyfied tween star, the big studio hotshot, and the actor conducting a careful search for authenticity
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‘The Umbrella Academy’ Cast & Character Guide: A Refresher on Who’s Who

August 4, 2020 SHARE TWEET Are you ready for the return of Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy? No? Does that mean you need to do a quick refresh on all of the characters before you dig into Season 2? Well, if that’s the case, then look no further because we’ve cooked up the only cast and character
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There’s an ‘Umbrella Academy’ Card Game in the Works

July 28, 2020 SHARE TWEET It looks like The Umbrella Academy is going strong this year. As the Netflix series prepares for its Season 2 premiere later in the week, news of an Umbrella Academy Card Game from Dark Horse Comics and Studio71 Games has also come up on our radar. A teaser video for the Umbrella
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‘After We Collided’ Trailer Teases a Very Steamy Sequel to ‘After’

July 27, 2020 SHARE TWEET The official trailer for After We Collided, the sequel to 2019’s After, is finally here. Incredibly, After We Collided is somehow even steamier, hornier, sexier, and more dramatic than its predecessor. What’s even more incredible is I’m all the way on board for After We Collided. If you enjoyed After, then I have no doubt you’ll
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‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Filming Start Date & Plot Details Shared by Natalie Portman, Taika Waititi

July 26, 2020 SHARE TWEET In case you missed it, there have been some big updates on the Thor: Love and Thunder front. Over the last few days, Thor 4 director Taika Waititi and star Natalie Portman have shared some insights on where things stand with the script and when filming is expected to start. In a year starved of both Marvel movies and
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Olivia de Havilland, One of Hollywood’s Last Golden Age Stars, Is Dead at 104

July 26, 2020 SHARE TWEET A Hollywood legend has passed. Olivia de Havilland, best known for her roles in Gone With the Wind and The Adventures of Robin Hood, has died at age 104. De Havilland was one of the last living stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age, rising to stardom in the first decades of the 20th century. De
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‘The Rental’ Ending Explained: Welcome to Vacation Hell

July 25, 2020 SHARE TWEET [Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for The Rental.] Two couples looking to get away for a quick weekend break get more than they bargained for when they use an Airbnb-like site to lock down a plush house on the Pacific Northwest coast in Dave Franco‘s directorial debut, The Rental. The
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First ‘Helstrom’ Images Tease a Very Serious Marvel Hulu Show

July 15, 2020 SHARE TWEET This week, Hulu released the first images from upcoming Marvel series Helstrom. The series is one of the last Marvel TV shows greenlit and put into production under former Marvel TV head Jeph Loeb‘s watch. Image via Hulu Helstrom fans might feel a bit underwhelmed by these first images. The vibe of the
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Blumhouse’s New Movie Might Shoot in Six Weeks, Jason Blum Reveals Pandemic Priorities

May 26, 2020 SHARE TWEET – Just recently news dropped that Blumhouse might be the company that starts developing the blueprint for what feature film production could look like during the coronavirus pandemic. According to that report, the plan would be for a $6.5 million project to film on the Universal lot. A “set of
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