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When it comes to my personal taste in musicals, I can sum it up in a phrase: “Go big or go home.” Movie musicals play with huge emotions, a sweeping grandeur of elegant conflict that can only be expressed through music, song, and dance; full of bodies moving in unison, and what begins as a …

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With Cruella hitting theaters and Disney+ (with Premier Access) on Friday, May 28, Vital Thrills talked to stars Emma Stone and Emma Thompson about the highly-anticipated film. The press conference also included director Craig Gillespie, costume designer Jenny Beavan, hair and makeup head Nadia Stacey, and production designer Fiona Crombie. It’s unusual to have below-the-line …

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Vital Thrills recently got a chance to participate in the press day for New Line Cinema’s The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. The film is the highly-anticipated sequel to The Conjuring (2013) and The Conjuring 2 (2016). The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It reveals a chilling story of terror, murder, and unknown evil that shocked even …

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Vital Thrills recently got a chance to chat with the cast and crew of Netflix’s Army of the Dead, the zombie horror thriller coming to the streaming service on May 21, 2021. Participating were director/writer/producer Zack Snyder, producers Wesley Coller and Deborah Snyder, and cast members Dave Bautista, Ella Purnell, Omari Hardwick, Matthias Schweighöfer, Ana de …

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Vital Thrills recently got a chance to attend a virtual Star Wars: The Bad Batch press conference, which you can watch using our player below! Participating were Dee Bradley Baker, the voice of the Bad Batch, producer and head writer Jennifer Corbett, and producer Brad Rau. An original animated series launching exclusively on Disney+, Star Wars: …

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As Hollywood has been slowly overrun with more and more superhero films, many pages of digital ink have been spilled about how and why that has been so. A lot of those think pieces take the stance that the superhero film is childish, homogenous, and risk-averse as opposed to the adult-oriented entertainment studios used to …

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Vital Thrills recently attended the early press day for Pixar’s Luca, and we got a chance to talk to Academy Award-nominated director Enrico Casarosa (La Luna) and producer Andrea Warren (Lava, Cars 3). We’ve also got the brand-new trailer and poster for you, so don’t miss those below the interview! Pixar’s Luca will hit the Disney+ streaming …

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In Warner Bros.’ new Mortal Kombat movie, we follow a new character named Cole Young (Lewis Tan). He’s a washed-up MMA fighter with a wife and daughter. He’s had a dragon marking from birth, and he assumes it’s just a birthmark. What it actually is will change his life as he’s pulled into a battle …

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Vital Thrills got a chance to chat with Brian and Domhnall Gleeson from the new Amazon Prime Video series Frank of Ireland. The series premieres on April 16, and you can check out our video interview with Brian and Domhnall Gleeson in the player below! Brian and Domhnall are brothers, which you might already know, …

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With the first episode now streaming on Disney+, Vital Thrills’ The Falcon and The Winter Soldier review is here! Read on to learn all about the exciting new Marvel Studios series, and let us know what you think about the show in the comments. After the events of Avengers: Endgame, Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) and …

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