‘Candy’ TV Series: Elisabeth Moss to Play a Real-Life Killer in 1980s Texas

Elisabeth Moss, one of the best actresses of her generation, is set to play a real-life killer in a new TV series. In Candy, a limited series currently being developed by Universal Content Productions, Moss will play Candy Montgomery, a Texas woman who murdered her friend Betty Gore with an ax. After breaking into the mainstream with her portrayal More...

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Amazon Prime Video Adding Individual Profiles with Separate Watchlists and Personalized Recommendations

Amazon Prime Video has a lot of problems with their user interface when it comes to easily accessing all the movies and TV shows available on the streaming service. But one of its biggest issues is finally being More...

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‘The Office’ is Getting an Oral History Podcast Hosted By Brian Baumgartner, AKA Kevin Malone

It’s been 15 years since The Office premiered on NBC in 2005, and the show is still one of the most watched programs on Netflix (though it will be heading over to NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service More...

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‘Wizards’, the Final Entry of Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Tales of Arcadia’ Trilogy, Arrives on Netflix in August

Tales of Arcadia, the animated trilogy from Guillermo del Toro, is coming to an end with Wizards. The third and final entry in the Netflix TV series has locked down an August premiere date, and announced new cast More...

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Superhero Bits: Comic-Con At Home Panels Mostly Pre-Recorded, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Barbie Dolls & More

Why can’t Ray Fisher get more specific about his complaints regarding Joss Whedon‘s work on Justice League? Are you interested in a Stan Lee Universe featuring non-Marvel characters? Which comic book More...

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Marvel’s Phase 4 Will Actively Embrace Diversity, Tessa Thompson Says

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has long wanted the mega-successful Marvel Cinematic Universe to embrace diversity in a significant way. And now that he’s overseeing the entirety of Marvel Entertainment More...

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‘We Are Who We Are’: ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Director’s Coming-of-Age Series Debuts on HBO This Fall

Over the course of nearly a decade, Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino directed what he called his “Desire” trilogy: I Am Love, A Bigger Splash, and Call Me By Your Name, three films overflowing with More...

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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Future Uncertain as Writers “Rethinking” How to Move Forward, Andy Samberg Says

Amid the global anti-police brutality protests sparked by Minnesota police officers killing George Floyd, TV shows centering around cops are starting to re-evaluate their priorities. One of those shows is the goodhearted More...

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‘Saint Maud’ Pulled From Release By A24 Again

Saint Maud is doomed for release date purgatory. A24 has pulled its religious horror movie from release once again, postponing the theatrical Saint Maud release date indefinitely after pushing it from its initial More...

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AMC, Regal, and Cinemark Are Suing New Jersey to Open Theaters Sooner

Today in “We’re probably all doomed” news: movie theater giants AMC, Regal, and Cinemark are taking the state of New Jersey to court, claiming a First Amendment right to reopen during the coronavirus More...