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  1. Today in Movie Culture: 'Avengers: Infinity War' With Extra Disney Icons, Lessons of 'The Big Lebowski' and More
    Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Mashup of the Day: If all the Marvel characters in one movie isn't enough, Nerdist adds more Disney characters, including the Muppets, Captain Jack Sparrow, the Mighty Ducks, the Rocketeer and a bunch from Star Wars, to Avengers: Infinity War:   Movie Parody of the Day: The latest episode of the animated series Villain Pub takes on the question of which Avengers wiill be dying in Infinity War:   Cosplay of the Day: If you're not as ready for Avengers: Infinity War as this Spider-Man cosplayer, you need to something about that: Today's spidey post!!! Are YOU ready for Infinity War?!? I KNOW I AM!! ????????#cosplay...
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  2. Marvel Buzz: 'Eternals,' 'Moon Knight' and 'Nova' Likely Joining the MCU, According to Kevin Feige
    We're just days away from the release of Avengers: Infinity War! While you wait patiently just a little bit longer, here's some news about the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe:  An Eternals movie is a confirmed possibility While talking to press at the Infinity War junket over the weekend, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige (pictured above) confirmed to The Wrap that we could see an Eternals movie in the near future. While that just means there's a chance, fans are hopeful of the addition. The Eternals are an ancient race evolved from humanity and of course they have superhuman abilities. Here's what Feige said specifically:   Eternals is one of many, many, many things that we are actively beginning to have...
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  3. Stephen King's 'The Tommyknockers' Moves Closer to Big Screen
    First published in 1986, Stephen King's It became an instant bestseller, then was adapted for television as a miniseries in 1990. The film version became a box office sensation when it was released in September 2017. Can another King novel follow a similar pattern and become a big-screen success? First published in 1987, The Tommyknockers was adapted for television as a miniseries in 1993. In March, we heard that a film version was on its way. Now comes word via Deadline that Universal has acquired the project for distribution. What do we know about The Tommyknockers and what makes it intriguing? What's the book about? A spacecraft is discovered in the woods near a small town in Maine. The alien ship discharges a gas into the atmosphere that transforms humans into...
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  4. The Week in Movie News: Steven Spielberg Tapped for a DC Superhero Movie, Summer Movie Preview and More
    Need a quick recap on the past week in movie news? Here are the highlights:   MOVIE PREVIEW Our summer movie guide is here: We put the spotlight on more than 40 upcoming major releases arriving over the next few months in our summer movie preview. Read the whole thing starting with Avengers: Infinity War here.    BIG NEWS M.A.S.K. and He-Man movies get interesting new directors: Two long-awaited movies based on '80s toys are finally coming together with F. Gary Gray (pictured above) taking the helm of M.A.S.K. and the Nee Brothers tackling Master of the Universe. Read more on these two possible franchise starters here and here.    GREAT NEWS Cathy Yan to direct Harley Quinn movie...
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  5. Today in Movie Culture: Imagining a Peter From 'Deadpool 2' Spin-Off, 'Incredibles 2' Score Recording and More
    Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Dream Movie of the Day: Everyone loves the new Deadpool 2 character Peter, enough for BossLogic to imagine him getting his own spin-off: This is all I care about now #Peter @deadpoolmovie @VancityReynolds pic.twitter.com/MDf3qIQnuI — BossLogic (@Bosslogic) April 20, 2018   Franchise Recap of the Day: There's only one week left until Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters, so here's another MCU recap, this one from Alex Luthor:   Character Parody of the Day: Speaking of Marvel's finest, here's a parody video of Captain America showing off his shield tricks to his friends:   Vintage Image of the Day: Jessica Lange...
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  6. Comics on Film: Ranking the Marvel Cinematic Universe on the Road to 'Infinity War' – Phase Three
    We're now only one week away from the release of Marvel Studios' biggest, most culminating project yet: the sprawling and highly-anticipated Avengers: Infinity War, which will aim to be a superheroic cinematic journey unlike any we've ever seen. The amount of characters at play alone make the movie something of a spectacle unseen in modern cinema, with the shared universe of all three of the MCU's "phases" all coming together to try and prevent the calamitous destruction of the universe as we know it. In the weeks leading up to Infinity War's release, Comics on Film has revisited and ranked both Phase One and Phase Two of the MCU. In attempting to provide the same kind of ranking for Phase Three, it becomes way more...
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  7. Today in Movie Culture: The Problem With Super Speed, Time Travel Done Right and More
    Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Alternate Timeline Movie of the Day: BossLogic continues to imagine an X-Men movie made in the 1990s with Sarah Michelle Gellar and Eliza Dushku as Phoenix and X-23, respectively: Continued 90s #xmen - Phoenix - X23@SarahMGellar x @elizadushku pic.twitter.com/wlZQefwmNR — BossLogic (@Bosslogic) April 19, 2018     Movie Science of the Day: In the latest edition of Because Science, Kyle Hill scientifically explains why you wouldn't want super speed like The Flash and Superman:   Movie Comparison of the Day: Speaking of movie science, Slate compares the time-travel of Back to the Future and The Terminator to show why only...
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  8. Indie Film Directors the Nee Brothers Hired to Helm 'Masters of the Universe'
    At last! A new, big-screen version of beloved 1980s fan favorite Masters of the Universe is moving forward. The original animated television series, inspired by the Mattel toy line, ruled the world in the 1980s. That led to a live-action film, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (above), which was certainly memorable. Sony Pictures and Mattel have now decided to infuse the upcoming new version with some indie spirit. Aaron Nee and Adam Nee have been hired to direct, according to Variety. Who are they and what could this mean for our beloved He-Man? Who are the Nee Brothers? Aaron Nee and Adam Nee (above in Band of Robbers), aka The Brothers Nee and the Nee Brothers, have collaborated together on short and feature films, as well as music videos, for years. They...
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  9. Dwayne Johnson's 'Jungle Cruise' Gets Another Villain; Here's What We Know
    As it steams toward the start of production next month, Disney's Jungle Cruise is picking up passengers. To be more accurate … villains! Jesse Plemons is the latest addition to the cast, according to Variety. He will portray one of the film's villains. News on the adventure movie has been flying fast and furious lately, so let's sum up what we know so far. Is this really based on the Disney Parks attraction? Yes. The attraction can be found at most Disney Parks, simulating a calm riverboat cruise that allows guests to enjoy seeing a variety of Audio-Animatronic jungle animals on the trip. The African Queen, the classic 1951 adventure starring Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn, served as an inspiration for the attraction, which was on the opening day...
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  10. Hasbro's 'M.A.S.K.' Heads to Big Screen via F. Gary Gray
    Ouija: Origin of Evil, My Little Pony: The Movie and the upcoming Transformer spin-off movie Bumblebee all have something in common: they're based on Hasbro properties. Now the Hasbro film universe is looking to expand further. Paramount is teaming with director F. Gary Gray (The Fate of the Furious, above with Charlize Theron) and Hasbro to bring M.A.S.K. to the big screen, according to Deadline. What does this mean for the Hasbro film universe? Why is Gray a great pick to kick things off? First, what is M.A.S.K.? Not to be confused with Eric Stolz's Mask or Jim Carrey's The Mask, M.A.S.K. originated in 1985 as a toy franchise. An animated TV series was launched soon after the toy line was introduced, followed by comics and video games. The original M.A.S.K...
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