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Time Runs Out in 12 New Tenet Posters

Warner Bros. Pictures has released no less than 12 new Tenet posters, which you can view by scrolling down. Tenet is opening in 70 international territories on August 26 before the anticipated movie opens in select North American theaters on September 3. The international Tenet release will include countries such as Australia, Canada, France, Germany, …

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Judas and the Black Messiah Trailer with Kaluuya and Stanfield

Warner Bros. Pictures has revealed the first trailer for Judas and the Black Messiah, starring Oscar nominee Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out, Widows, Black Panther) as Fred Hampton and Lakeith Stanfield (Atlanta, The Girl in the Spider’s Web) as William O’Neal. Opening in 2021, the movie also stars Jesse Plemons (Vice, Game Night, The Post), Dominique …

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Tenet Chinese Trailer Includes New Footage

The Tenet Chinese trailer has been revealed and includes an intro by filmmaker Christopher Nolan, who says the anticipated movie was made for the big screen. The Tenet Chinese trailer also confirms that the movie will open in theaters there on September 4. Warner Bros. Pictures will release Tenet in 70 international territories on August …

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Tenet IMAX Spot and Hayley Atwell Explores the Title’s Secrets

A new Tenet IMAX spot has arrived and can be watched below! The Spyscape museum has also released a new video in which actress Hayley Atwell explores the secrets behind the title of the Christopher Nolan film, taking us into the realm of ancient puzzles. You can check that video out below as well. Warner …

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Inception Trailer for the 10th Anniversary Re-Release

Warner Bros. Pictures has released the international Inception trailer for the film’s upcoming 10th Anniversary re-release. The film will return to international markets on August 12, while the U.S. debut is currently set for August 21. You can watch the Inception trailer using the player below. The re-release of Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster film will will …

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Tenet Release Set for Overseas Markets and Select U.S. Theaters

Warner Bros. Pictures has announced that the international Tenet release has been set before the Christopher Nolan movie will open in U.S. theaters. The anticipated film will now debut in 70 international territories on August 26 before opening in select cities in North America on September 3. The international Tenet release will include countries such …

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Tenet and The Conjuring 3 Pushed Back by Warner Bros.

With most movie theaters still closed, Warner Bros. Pictures announced today that the release dates for both Tenet and The Conjuring 3 have been pushed back again. The release dates for the studio’s Wonder Woman 1984 (October 2, 2020) and Dune (December 18, 2020) remain unchanged for now. Previously scheduled for August 12, 2020, Christopher …

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Snyder Talks Justice League Runtime and Teases Upcoming Clip

Beyond the Trailer host Grace Randolph got a chance to talk to director Zack Snyder, who revealed that the Justice League runtime is currently longer than 214 minutes! In the interview, which you can watch in full below, Snyder also says that he’ll be showing a clip during his panel at Justice Con on Saturday, …

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Time Runs Out in the New Tenet Posters

Warner Bros. Pictures has released new Tenet posters, which you can view below. The anticipated Christopher Nolan movie will open in theaters on Wednesday, August 12, 2020. In addition to Tenet, the 10th anniversary rerelease of Nolan’s Inception (check price at Amazon) will take place on July 31. The re-release will include a never-before-seen sneak …

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Birds of Prey Review: Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn Is Back

A funny thing happened on the way to my press screening to Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (and if you think I’m typing that title full-on again in this review, well, we’ll see how the word count goes), and I blame myself entirely. I didn’t know that Birds of Prey …

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Just Mercy Review: The Story of Walter McMillan

Waaaayyyy back in what we call the Golden Age of Hollywood, it wouldn’t be unusual for studios to only release 50 or 60 films and maybe only a few more than 100 worldwide. Now that number is generally surpassed by the end of the first quarter each year. With that giant upswing in content comes …

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Joker Review: Joaquin Phoenix Astounds in Todd Phillips Film

It’s a rare occurrence when you watch a film and realize that you’ve spoken out loud about it before it’s over. I apologize to the person sitting next to me, but I think he totally understood. There was a moment while watching Joker when the screen went black and a breathless “wow” came out of my …

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Annabelle Comes Home Review

The great philosopher Tyler Durden once said “the things we possess end up possessing us.” Taking that sort of glib pseudo-philosophy seriously is bound to backfire, but someone has anyway so we may as well grapple with it. The possession under discussion is the haunted doll Annabelle, which has been traveling in search a soul …

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A Star Is Born Seen Through the Eyes of Addiction

Whether you love it or hate it, A Star Is Born has swept across the nation winning over the hearts of many audience viewers as well as critics. Until recently, I wasn’t overly familiar with this film, let alone the three other iterations that came before it. However, when the opportunity to cover the home video release …

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Exclusive: James Wan on Making Aquaman a Truly Unique Superhero Movie

Filmmaker James Wan is no stranger to franchises — his first movie Saw led to a long-running franchise, and later horror movie Insidious also led to three more movies. The based-on-real-events horror film The Conjuring is still going strong with five movies and at least three more to come. It would make sense that after directing …

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