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Paul Hogan to Play Himself in ‘The Very Excellent Dundee!’

“Charlie & Boots” Press Conference

It’s a little unusual to put an exclamation mark at the end of a film title, but in the case of the just announced (June 12) Crocodile Dundee spinoff we think it’s justified. To be clear, The Very Excellent Dundee! is not a straightforward sequel to the original 1980s action-comedy franchise. Paul Hogan will in fact play himself […]

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WATCH: Tim Burton Takes on ‘Dumbo’ in First Teaser Trailer of Live-Action Film

Tim Burton Press Conference

Tim Burton is the latest director to reimagine one of Disney’s classic cartoons, and the teaser trailer for Dumbo released today (June 13) shows what he’s done with it. Gone is the technicolor animation and the crows of the 1941 original, replaced by live action and real-life characters played by Colin Farrell, Danny DeVito and […]

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WATCH: ‘The Office’ Star John Krasinski is Reluctant Field Agent in ‘Jack Ryan’ Trailer


We loved John Krasinksi as Jim Halper from The Office (2005-2013), but his days as a less than enthused paper pusher are long gone. After directing and starring in this year’s blockbuster thriller A Quiet Place, he’s set to take the lead in Amazon’s much-anticipated eight-part TV series Jack Ryan, kicking off on August 31. Jack Ryan is […]

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‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Toon Town

(Photos: Twitter)

Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a gallery of Gallifreyan gorgeousness taken from the past week or so on the internet and social media. And we begin this week by paying tribute to some of Doctor Who‘s greatest cartoonists, not just the fans who’ve rendered the Doctor, companions and enemies through the medium […]

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WATCH: Domhnall Gleeson and Ruth Wilson are Haunted in ‘The Little Stranger’ Trailer


Luther fans know Ruth Wilson is a dab hand at acting sinister, but she’s taken it to new heights in the trailer for The Little Stranger released yesterday (June 11). She plays Caroline Ayres, who lives in a dilapidated mansion in 1940s England with her mother (Charlotte Rampling) and brother Roderick (Maze Runner‘s Will Poulter), […]

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‘Doctor Who’: 10 Things You May Not Know About ‘The Caretaker’

‘The Caretaker’ (Photo: BBC)

In “The Caretaker,” we take an unorthodox step; rather than showing the Doctor spiriting his companion away to a faraway spot in space and time, we see him going in the opposite direction, paying a visit to her daily life. Naturally he doesn’t quite manage to fit in, although given his past history with Coal […]

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WATCH: Jonathan Rhys Meyers Stars Opposite John Hurt in the Late Actor’s Last Film ‘Damascus Cover’


Jonathan Rhys Meyers has taken on iconic roles like King Henry VII in The Tudors (2007-2010) and more recently as Bishop Heahmund in Vikings (2017-2018). This time around, he’s going a little more modern, and a little less holy, starring as undercover agent Ari Ben-Sion in the upcoming thriller Damascus Cover, hitting theaters July 20. […]

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J.K. Rowling ‘Overjoyed’ as ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Wins Six Tony Awards

J. K. Rowling attends the press preview of “Harry Potter & The Cursed Child” at Palace Theatre on July 30, 2016 in London, England. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, is a two-part West End stage play written by Jack Thorne based on an original new story by Thorne, J.K. Rowling and John Tiffany.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child picked up a whopping six awards at the Tonys last night (June 10), and author J.K. Rowling says she’s “overjoyed.” I’m overjoyed for everyone involved in this production, which was one of the happiest creative experiences of my life. This is a very happy Monday morning ⚡️💕 — J.K. Rowling […]

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10 Things You Need to Know This Week June 11 – 17

Netflix’s Queer Eye Premiere screening and After Party in Los Angeles, CA

This week’s On the Beat is a real treat for music lovers, whatever their preferred genre. But don’t worry if you’re more of a film and TV fan, because there’s masses of that to investigate, too. 1. WHAT TO WATCH FOR A GLIMPSE OF LOVE IN A DIFFERENT ERA This first TV drama from novelist […]

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