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Meet Cute Movie Debuts New Trailer and Poster

Peacock has revealed the new trailer and poster for Weed Road Pictures’ Meet Cute movie, premiering on the streaming service on Wednesday, September 21. Peacock has also provided Vital Thrills with new photos from the movie. You can view all the stills by scrolling down. In the film, when Sheila (Kaley Cuoco) and Gary (Pete …

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Meet Cute First Look with Pete Davidson and Kaley Cuoco

Peacock  announced today that the feature film Meet Cute, from Weed Road Pictures, will premiere on Wednesday, September 21 as Peacock’s newest Original film. The streaming service also provided six photos from the new movie. You can view all the stills by scrolling down. Meet Cute follows the story of Sheila (Kaley Cuoco) and Gary …

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The Freak Brothers Renewed for a Second Season

Tubi announced today it has renewed hit comedy The Freak Brothers, its first-ever original animated series, for a second season, which is slated to premiere in December 2022. The second season will consist of eight episodes. The Freak Brothers, based on Gilbert Shelton’s cult classic underground comic series, delivered nearly twice as many viewers as …

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The Now Trailer with Dave Franco and Bill Murray

Roku today announced The Now, a new comedy from Academy Award winners Peter Farrelly and Bobby Farrelly, will premiere exclusively on The Roku Channel on December 10. All 14-episodes of the series will be available to viewers of The Roku Channel in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. for free at launch. Peter Farrelly said, …

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The King of Staten Island Review

Judd Apatow has a long history of “Lovable Losers” in his work. All the way from Freaks and Geeks to The 40-Year-Old Virgin, even in films like This Is 40 and Trainwreck, Apatow tells stories about broken, juvenile characters who are dragged, kicking and screaming, into the real world. Apatow’s also been accused of glossing …

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