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See the first Godzilla: King of the Monsters trailer from SDCC

See the first Godzilla: King of the Monsters trailer from SDCC

Godzilla may not be the usual comic book hero material, but at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend the Warner Bros. panel saw the debut of the first trailer for the latest in the monster film franchise. Titled Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the movie is a sequel to the 2014 reboot of the series, and as the title implies, Godzilla will be facing off against quite a few other monsters this time around.

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Guardians of the Galaxy 3 director James Gunn fired over offensive tweets

Guardians of the Galaxy 3 director James Gunn fired over offensive tweets

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 director James Gunn is no longer involved with the movie after controversial tweets were found on his Twitter account. The tweets, which were published years ago and since deleted, include crude jokes and statements about pedophilia, rape, and more. Gunn was dropped by Disney after copies of his tweets were shared across Twitter.

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Facebook and AMC Theatres team to sell movie tickets

Facebook and AMC Theatres team to sell movie tickets

The movie theater industry is scrambling to find new ways to stay relevant and appeal to younger audiences. MoviePass recently tossed a curve ball into their plans, the result being multiple alternative subscriptions from other companies, including one from AMC Theatres. Now the cinema company is back with yet another change: movie ticket sales through Facebook's ticketing platform.

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This Teen TITANS trailer is for the children

This Teen TITANS trailer is for the children

If you watch the following series trailer and think it's not a film you'll ever want to see, you're not alone. Think of this amalgamation of elements to be something akin to Twilight or The Hunger Games - a book series made for young adults, then a film series made for adults. This is a DC Comics universe TV show by the name of TITANS, and it follows the lives of the characters most commonly known as the Teen Titans.

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Jurassic World Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate LEGO Review

Jurassic World Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate LEGO Review

Look upon this mighty work of LEGO artwork and despair! For this is a licensed movie LEGO set, and it probably won't be released more than once! This is the LEGO Jurassic World set 75930, Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate. It's made for the release of Jurassic World, and depicts a scene heavily featured in the last preview trailers before the release of the film. In this set you'll find no less than 3 (three) dinosaurs with which you can terrorize your minifigures, and have oh-so-very-much fun.

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Billy Dee Williams back as Lando in 2019 for Star Wars 9

Billy Dee Williams back as Lando in 2019 for Star Wars 9

Billy Dee Williams never really left the Star Wars universe, unless you're one of those nerds that refuse to see anything but the main movie series. Today word is that Williams won't just be assisting Donald Glover in restaurants with Lando-esque advice on acting with the next gen. I say thee nay! Today there's a tip that this legendary actor will return to the Star Wars film series in the year 2019.

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Netflix is dropping a classic feature next month

Netflix is dropping a classic feature next month

Just as Netflix's star ratings went the way of the dodo, so too will its user reviews. Currently, users can submit and read reviews for TV shows and movies when browsing the service on desktop, but that feature isn't long for this world. Netflix has announced that it will begin phasing out user reviews later this month, first removing the ability to publish them and later removing them from sight altogether.

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MoviePass peak pricing launches: Here’s the bad news

MoviePass peak pricing launches: Here’s the bad news

It was just a few weeks ago that MoviePass announced a new "peak pricing" fee. It seems that the company wants to get the ball rolling on that extra fee, as it's launching starting today. With peak pricing in effect, subscribers will pay more to see big movies at popular times, such as Friday evenings or on opening weekends.

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Doctor Strange 2 is official, but Marvel can’t say when it’ll happen

Doctor Strange 2 is official, but Marvel can’t say when it’ll happen

Marvel fans will be glad to hear the company plans to launch a sequel to its 2016 movie Doctor Strange. The plan was confirmed by Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige during a recent interview, but there's a catch: the company can't say at this point when the movie will actually premiere. As well, it looks like fans will have to be patient, as Feige said the movie will come "a number of years" after the first.

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Stuntronics: Watch this Disney robot do super-flip stunts

Stuntronics: Watch this Disney robot do super-flip stunts

The following robot presentation was made by Disney Imagineering - a group making some terrifyingly delightful conceptual works a reality. The project includes a number of animatronics - robots you might see at a theme park - but also high-flying stunt double-like amalgamations of metal and smarts. These creations are called Stuntronics, and they've developed their way to a place that's unsettlingly realistic, to say the least.

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Harry Potter LEGO Minifigures will empty your wallet in August

Harry Potter LEGO Minifigures will empty your wallet in August

Today the folks at LEGO revealed they'd be bringing on the most wizard-friendly release for magic users in Minifigure form, this August. Today we've got images of the whole pack of packs. They're going to be blind-packaged in the store, so you've got two options. One, buy as many as you can and see what you get. Two, sit in the aisle and feel around with your dextrous fingers for the identifiable elements, and cheer with each new ID, like a goon!

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Don’t you dare watch this PREDATOR trailer

Don’t you dare watch this PREDATOR trailer

There's something to be said for secrecy, and the people behind THE PREDATOR don't seem to get it. Or at least it would appear that they've got a whole lot of faith in the idea that people only watch trailers if they don't mind being spoiled. Everyone who loves the basic premise of the Predator series should understand at this point: You're going to see the movie - don't ruin all the surprises for yourself beforehand. Let's talk about what's come before this movie, first.

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