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Lifetime Full House re-cast photo revealed, we make cut-outs

Lifetime Full House re-cast photo revealed, we make cut-outs

This afternoon the first cast photo from the unauthorized Full House bio-pic has been released by Lifetime. "The Unauthorized Full House Story" is being written by the same person who wrote the other unauthorized Lifetime show you didn't know existed: "The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell Story." This news comes not long after the Netflix news that the original Full House would be given a bit of a bonus with a set of 12 episodes - with the original cast - called Fuller House.

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Google built this EPIC camera for Fast & Furious 6’s director

Google built this EPIC camera for Fast & Furious 6’s director

When Fast and Furious series director Justin Lin comes calling, wanting to film for your 360-degree revolution in movies, you build him a kick-ass camera. That is, assuming you're the Google ATAP team, flush with the success of the first few Google Spotlight Stories released, and keen to give the platform its debut live-action outing. Problem is, the practicalities of capturing all-around video with real actors are very different from the animations that Spotlight Stories has dealt with so far; that, ATAP lead Regina Dugan explained at I/O this week, meant some impressive new hardware.

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Drop everything and watch: Kung Fury has been released

Drop everything and watch: Kung Fury has been released

The most epic 30 minute of film grandeur has been released to blow your eyes out of their sockets simultaneously. This is Kung Fury. Behold the original article back in December of 2013 when we demanded that you support the crowd-funded project. Now that's over and the final product is here. Thirty full minutes of absolute madness. For everyone to experience. On the internet. With out reservation. With courage. On YouTube so it's easily distributable for the whole entire earth. With FURY.

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Mad Max turns Wilton Silver Mist into Amazon review star

Mad Max turns Wilton Silver Mist into Amazon review star

What you're about to witness is the Mad Max-based War Boys taking on the likes of the open market. Searching for the best silver spray paint for their trip to Valhalla, the War Boys have found the most ideal product of them all - Wilton Silver Color Mist. In contrast with the 2015 film Mad Max, this particular can of spray is non-toxic. In the film, the War Boys used chrome spray to end their lives in a blaze of glory. With this product, they suggest they've get the best of both worlds.

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League of Extraordinary Gentlemen movie reboot in the works

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen movie reboot in the works

A new feature film reboot of the film "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" has been tipped with Fox entering development this week. Remember that less-than-successful film from 2003 based on the Alan Moore / Kevin O'Neill comic books that began publication in 1999? The one with Sean Connery as Allan Quatermain. No? You'd have to be a real nerd to remember that film, and an even bigger nerd to own the movie right this minute. I think you know where this is headed, oh one other person in the world that's got the DVD, good buddy.

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‘IT’ movie’s future uncertain with director Cary Fukunaga’s exit

‘IT’ movie’s future uncertain with director Cary Fukunaga’s exit

The upcoming movie to be based on Stephen King's chilling and bizarre novel IT is now on shaky ground, with the flick's director Cary Fukunaga abandoning the project. Fukunaga has enjoyed success with his work on True Detective, but his name won't be attached to New Line's rendition of King's book -- if the movie happens at all, at this point (it's likely another director will be found, but how long that'll take is anyone's guess). The reasons aren't officially known, but anonymous sources have teased possibilities.

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Star Wars Canon: Luke’s story “before The Force Awakens”

Star Wars Canon: Luke’s story “before The Force Awakens”

What you're about to see is a glimpse of the awesomeness that is the Disney and Lucasfilm archives-approved comic series "Star Wars: Before The Force Awakens." This is working with Jenn Heddle from the Star Wars story group. This means you WILL indeed be able to count on these panels being canon for the movies. This comic is being written and illustrated by "Writer Hong", an awesome creative fellow in Korea. He's releasing this comic in paper form (eventually) AND online for free - at first, at least. This is the story of Luke Skywalker. The parts of his story you didn't see.

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Gillian Anderson as Carmen Sandiego: the anti-Scully

Gillian Anderson as Carmen Sandiego: the anti-Scully

A number of photos appear showing Gillian Anderson in a bright red full-length coat and hat, prompting rumors of a return of Carmen Sandiego. What happens when you put on a wide-brimmed bright red hat and a bright red coat and sit in a bus terminal? People assume you're hiding something. People assume you're part of the international 90's hit TV series Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego. Sadly, they'd be wrong. They'd be entirely, shockingly, and unabatedly wrong, PBS for Kids style.

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Mad Max: Fury Road directed “almost as a silent movie”

Mad Max: Fury Road directed “almost as a silent movie”

Speaking in an interview this week on Mad Max: Fury Road, director George Miller revealed some interesting bits about the now 4-movie long series. Hitting theaters just days ago, the fourth film in the series has received rave reviews - rare for a sequel, and even rarer for a film that's 30 years its predecessor's senior. Miller suggested this week that to make this film he didn't want to go any sort of traditional route. This entire series of films isn't a traditional sort of story, after all.

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Mad Max: The Wasteland is the (working) title of the next film

Mad Max: The Wasteland is the (working) title of the next film

Director George Miller confirms not only that there are two more films in the Mad Max film series planned, but that the next has a title already. While this may end up just being a working title, Miller suggests that they've got the name "Mad Max: The Wasteland" attached. Not too much of a departure from any other Mad Max film, to be sure. It also confirms that we're not really going too far away from the environment we've been in for the past three films.*

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Popcorn Time gains an in-browser viewing option

Popcorn Time gains an in-browser viewing option

Popcorn Time, the so-called “Netflix of piracy”, went from a computer application to a mobile app, and now a new website is offering it as an in-browser option — meaning users are now able to watch pirated movies inside their web browser, perhaps proving the most simple version of the app to become available. The upside to this (for the pirates out there, at least) is that there’s no actual download or installation needed — one just browses, clicks a title, and it starts playing. The movie industry shudders.

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Steve Jobs trailer now out, Fassbender looking classy

Steve Jobs trailer now out, Fassbender looking classy

There will probably never be a shortage of films about Steve Jobs. The life of the man who revolutionized the computing industry is just chock full of anecdotes, mystery, and sometimes even contradiction, depending on who you ask. In this latest biopic, it was Walter Isaacson who was asked, having penned the simply named "Jobs" biography. Similarly simply named "Steve Jobs", the film will star Michael Fassbender as the eponymous luminary, surrounded by a star-studded cast that is sure to make you curious if this will be The Jobs biopic at long last.

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