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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

If there’s a bittersweet lesson from Star Wars: The Last Jedi it’s that, whether you’re good or you're evil, sometimes you have to give up on what's most heartfelt before it brings about your downfall. That’s a lesson which fans must learn too, as they navigate how The Last Jedi embraces some of the franchise's core concepts while rejecting others. In Star Wars, the deaths might be bloodless but that doesn't make the losses hurt any less.

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Netflix interactive show for adults will usher in a new genre

Netflix interactive show for adults will usher in a new genre

If you're an adult, you're probably familiar with the Choose Your Own Adventure books, where the reader gets to make decisions at certain points in the story. Earlier this year, Netflix launched an original kids show with an interactive element, allowing the viewer to choose the twists the show will take. Now a new report claims that Netflix may be creating one of these shows for adults, taking what is normally a passive activity and making it interactive.

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Mario Bros movie tipped as major Hollywood deal nears approval

Mario Bros movie tipped as major Hollywood deal nears approval

Nintendo's most popular video game franchise is about to hit the big screen in a big way, according to sources, marking the return of Mario to the world of feature films. A movie based on Mario Bros is nearing finalization, according to the sources, in what is said to be a major Hollywood deal with Universal's Illumination Entertainment.

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Theaters must follow strict Disney terms to show Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Theaters must follow strict Disney terms to show Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Theaters hoping to rake in some cash on Star Wars hype will need to follow a burdensome set of top-secret instructions in order to do so, according to a new report. Disney has reportedly passed on a series of terms that theaters must follow if they want to screen The Last Jedi, a move that some exhibitors complain is most severe they've ever dealt with. Among other things, Disney will reportedly get 65-percent of the movie's ticket sales.

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi “Awake” TV spot teases new scenes

Star Wars: The Last Jedi “Awake” TV spot teases new scenes

There are already numerous unanswered questions orbiting around the upcoming Star Wars film, including, of course, Rey’s parentage that may or may not have been “leaked” by Kylo Ren actor Adam Driver. So what’s the harm in adding more? The Last Jedi has just gotten a new 45-second TV spot that mostly reuses clips from the recent trailer. Mostly. Of course it has new ones to show, and the last few seconds will definitely send the Interwebs into a frenzy of theories.

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Bob’s Burgers movie announced with 2020 launch date

Bob’s Burgers movie announced with 2020 launch date

Bob's Burgers has been around for the better part of a decade, and it's about to hit a big new milestone: a theatrical movie. The announcement was made today by 20th Century Fox, which says it is producing a feature film that will be based around the hit animated television series. Though things may change between then and now, the company says it has slated the movie to premiere on July 17, 2020.

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Apple considers Hollywood’s Culver Studios for its content projects

Apple considers Hollywood’s Culver Studios for its content projects

Apple has its sights set on Hollywood's Culver Studios for its own content projects, according to a new report. Culver Studios' iconic nature would underscore Apple's ambitious plans to double down on scripted original content, though the sources indicated that Apple is more interested in office space rather than accommodations for shooting videos. This follows a recent report claiming that Apple will spend up to one billion dollars on original video content next year.

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Alamo’s special It screening requires all attendees to dress as clowns

Alamo’s special It screening requires all attendees to dress as clowns

Alamo Drafthouse has a special screening of the latest It installment, a movie based on the Stephen King novel featuring an evil clown. Anyone is welcomed to attend the screening, assuming they have a ticket and they meet one simple requirement: they must be a clown. That is, they must show up and watch the movie while dressed like a clown. The special screening will include a pre-party.

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Star Wars Obi-Wan standalone movie tipped: Stephen Daldry directing

Star Wars Obi-Wan standalone movie tipped: Stephen Daldry directing

New Star Wars movies will be in theaters in a handful of months, but Disney is already looking years into the future. According to sources who have surfaced, the next standalone Star Wars movie will center around Obi-Wan Kenobi, though who will be playing him hasn't yet been determined. The sources claim that Oscar-nominated Stephen Daldry has been tapped to direct the next movie.

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Massive streaming movie library goes live tomorrow for some public library users

Massive streaming movie library goes live tomorrow for some public library users

The massive streaming movie library Kanopy is about to expand its reach, adding both the New York Public Library and Brooklyn Public Library to its roster of serviced libraries. This marks the latest expansion for the service, which is already offering access for Los Angeles Public Library cardholders and more, and gives anyone in the area free access to a huge number of shows.

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New James Bond movie gets a release date

New James Bond movie gets a release date

A couple years have passed since a new James Bond movie last graced theaters, but that'll be changing soon. It was just announced that the next installment in the James Bond franchise will be arriving in theaters on November 8, 2019...if you're located in the US. The rest of the world will be getting the theatrical premiere earlier, as is the tradition with these films.

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The ROCKxSIRI takes us through Dwayne Johnson’s bucket list

The ROCKxSIRI takes us through Dwayne Johnson’s bucket list

Apple has been making some rather strange entertainment ventures lately that will have you questioning its sanity. The Planet of the Apps has probably become the butt of jokes as far as “reality” TV shows go. That, however, hasn’t stopped Apple from trying to pull in big Hollywood names for its out of this world concepts. And this time, it’s almost literal. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is starring in his most adrenaline-pumping, high-octane short film and he has teamed up with the best co-star ever: Siri.

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