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  1. The Month in Movies: What's in Theaters This June
    As we venture forth into the heart of the summer movie season, the month of June brings us more superheroes, more action, some highly anticipated animated features and a plethora of sequels, spin-offs and reboots (some of them a combination of those things). Interestingly, we're also getting a number of releases involving evil dolls, as well as a couple of musical hits from across the pond.   Below is our guide to all the major titles coming to theaters in June and how to get your tickets now.    June 7: Dark Phoenix Starring: Sophie Turner, Jennifer Lawrence, James McAvoy The latest installment of the X-Men movie franchise (and final sequel in Fox's main series before the characters enter Disney's Marvel Cinematic...
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  2. The Month in Movies: What's in Theaters This May
    We're already past the endgame and fully entering the summer movie season. This May, the multiplex will be filled with giant monsters, ugly dolls, magical genies and musical biopics. Dog lovers will delight mid-month, whether they prefer their canines taking existential journeys or being avenged by Keanu Reeves. And let's not forget all the Bulbasaurs, Charizards, Greninjas and other Pokémon flying into theaters very soon.  Below is our guide to all the major titles coming to theaters in May and how to get your tickets now.    May 3: Long Shot Starring: Charlize Theron, Seth Rogen, O'Shea Jackson Charlize Theron plays an influential diplomat making a bid for the White House. Seth Rogen is a journalist she used to...
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  3. What's New on Home Video in May 2019
    Summer blockbuster season started early this year with the arrival of Avengers: Endgame. So let's start a day early with our guide to notable movies that are coming to home video in May 2019! Here are all the major titles arriving on home video in the new few weeks, complete with links to more information and how to buy and/or rent on FandangoNow.   April 30 Happy Death Day 2U Director Christopher Landon's sequel to his own popular original dishes out more comedy, horror, romance and thrills in unexpected doses and from a slightly different and refreshing perspective. Jessica Rothe's starring role also continues to pay delightly diabolical dividends. Buy and/or Rent on FandangoNow.   April 30 Fighting With My Family Based on a true...
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  4. The Month in Movies: What's in Theaters in April 2019
    Are we already entering the summer movie season? April brings us the most anticipated theatrical release of the year, with Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame, and there’s a very good chance it will remain the biggest movie through the end of 2019. But there are many other great titles coming out this month, including a new DC superhero movie and some major horror and documentary features. Below is our guide to all the major titles coming to theaters in April and how to get your tickets now.  April 5: Shazam! Starring: Zachary Levi, Mark Strong, Jack Dylan Grazer The latest entry of the DC Extended Universe is also the franchise’s most standalone effort, following the Big-like adventures of a teenage boy (Asher Angel) who can magically turn into an...
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  5. What's New on Home Video in April 2019
    Strong personalities dominate a slew of strong movies that will be available for home viewing during the next few weeks. It's a perfect time to catch up with key releases you may have missed before the onslaught of action blockbusters begin arriving in theaters. Here's our guide to all the major titles arriving on home video in April 2019, complete with links to more information and how to buy and/or rent on FandangoNow. April 2 Glass M. Night Shyamalan concludes a trilogy of films about superpowered humans who face surprising challenges in the modern world. The fractured thriller stars James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, Anya Taylor-Joy, Sarah Paulson and Samuel L. Jackson. Buy and/or Rent on FandangoNow.   April 2 The Kid Who Would Be King In this...
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  6. The Month in Movies: What's in Theaters This March
    Who's going to the movies this month? It's going to be a time to see something special on the big screen, whether it's Marvel's first showcase for a solo female superhero or it's a new documentary sharing the historical record of the first Moon landing or it's Jordan Peele's follow-up to Get Out. Below is our guide to all the major titles coming to theaters in March and how to get your tickets now.  March 1: Greta Stars: Chloe Grace Moretz, Isabelle Huppert, Maika Monroe Neil Jordan (The Crying Game) co-wrote and directed this thriller about a friendship between a lonely widowed piano teacher and a young woman new to New York City who found and returned the older woman's purse. As the two begin to grow closer, the titular piano...
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  7. What's New on Home Video in March 2019
    Here's our guide to all the major titles arriving on home video in March 2019, complete with links to more information and how to buy and/or rent on FandangoNow. March 5 Aquaman Jason Momoa stars as the titular DC Comics hero, brought to sprawling, brawling life by director James Wan. His quest is to prevent a war that might encompass the entire world, both above ground and in the deep sea. Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Willem Dafoe and Nicole Kidman also star. Buy and/or Rent on FandangoNow. Vox Lux Natalie Portman stars in the tale of a rock singer whose life has been marked by tragedy. How will she deal with her latest dramatic challenge? Jude Law also stars as her loyal, long-suffering manager. Buy and/or Rent on FandangoNow.   March 12 Mary...
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  8. The Last Horror Blog: 'Ma,' 'The Curse of La Llorona,' 'Happy Death Day 2U'
    Ma trailer shows us a new side of Octavia Spencer – Every town has one: you know, that adult who spends way too much time partying with the local high school kids, even though they're closer to social security than they are prom. Those people are creepy, as this new trailer for Ma demonstrates. Oscar winner Octavia Spencer headlines, playing an unhinged woman who befriends a group of high school kids. Things get real weird real fast in the clip for the new Blumhouse feature. Check out the synopsis and trailer and see it for yourself. "Oscar® winner Octavia Spencer stars as Sue Ann, a loner who keeps to herself in her quiet Ohio town. One day, she is asked by Maggie, a new teenager in town (Diana Silvers, Glass), to buy some booze for her and her friends, and...
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  9. Today in Movie Culture: The Making of Movie Tie-In Action Figures, More Robert Pattinson as Batman Fan Art and More
    Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Dream Casting of the Day: There have been rumors about Robert Pattinson taking over as Batman, so here's some fan art showing what he could like in the role:   FANART: If Reeves needs a younger actor to portray Bruce Wayne, I can totally see him even if others can't seem to. from r/DC_Cinematic     Reworked Trailer of the Day: Rosemary Harris is seamlessly back as Aunt May in Aldo Jones' surreal parody of the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer:   Movie Merchandising of the Day: How did Hasbro start making movie tie-in action figures look exactly like the actors? Inside goes behind the scenes of the toy company's...
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  10. Edgy Octavia Spencer Stars in 'Ma'; Here's Everything We Know
    Octavia Spencer, who won an Academy Award for her performance in acclaimed social drama The Help, has teamed again with that film's director. Ma, however, is most definitely not a social drama. Instead, Ma looks to be a positively chilling psychological thriller. Read onward to learn all we know. Who stars? Octavia Spencer stars as Sue Ann, better known as Ma. When she is introduced, she appears to be a mysterious character, possibly in a supporting role. Very quickly, however, she takes center stage as her background is slowly revealed. After The Help, Spencer earned more Academy Award nominations for Hidden Figures and The Shape of Water. Luke Evans and Juliette Lewis also star; they portray the parents of two different teenagers who are part of a group who come to...
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