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Sony announces new ‘Karate Kid’ movie for 2024, pushes ‘Madame Web’

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Sony Pictures has announced the "return of the original 'Karate Kid' franchise" to the big screen by dating a new "Karate Kid" movie set for June 7, 2024. While the franchise lives on thanks...

Henry Silva Dead: Actor in ‘Ocean’s Eleven’, ‘Manchurian Candidate’ Was 94

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Henry Silva, an actor of striking appearance who often played villains and had credits in hundreds of films, including "Ocean's Eleven" and "The Manchurian Candidate," died of natural causes at the Motion Picture Picture...

Sabra Controversy: Marvel Takes New Approach to Captain America 4

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Disney and Marvel Studios announced at the D23 Expo that Emmy-nominated unorthodox Shira Haas will join the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the superhero Sabra in Captain America's upcoming fourth film, officially titled Captain America:...

Universal Parks creates group for new products and experiences

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Universal has merged its brand development team and its parks and resorts merchandise group to create the newly formed products and experiences division. Current president of Universal Brand Development, Vince Klaseus, will lead the new...

Review ‘The People’s Joker’: Vera Drew’s Unauthorized Batman Parody

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In the DC Extended Universe, it's not the villains who have identity issues, it's the heroes. Watching his parents get killed, Bruce Wayne adopted a teenage sidekick and now spends his nights cosplaying...

Review ‘The People’s Joker’: Vera Drake’s Unauthorized Batman Parody

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In the DC Extended Universe, it's not the villains who have identity issues, it's the heroes. Watching his parents get killed, Bruce Wayne adopted a teenage sidekick and now spends his nights cosplaying...

Fellowship Honoring Diane Weyermann Unveiled at Camden Doc Fest

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On Friday, during the 18th edition of the Camden Intl. Film festival organizers unveiled a Diane Weyermann Fellowship at the Points North Institute.Weyermann, the former chief content officer at Participant and former director...

Neon Label Super Acquires Alice Diop’s Venice Award-Winning ‘Saint Omer’

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Super, Neon's boutique distribution label, has acquired the US rights to Alice Diop's "Saint Omer" after it won the Silver Lion Grand Jury award in Venice, along with the Luigi De Laurentiis Lion of...

Inside the Doc World Controversy pitting Ken Burns against his peers

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When PBS announced in 2017 that acclaimed documentary filmmaker Ken Burns was hard at work on a four-part docuseries about Muhammad Ali, which will debut in 2021, the news was greeted with great anticipation:...

Box Office: ‘Woman King’ Earns $1.7 Million in Thursday Previews

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Sony's "The Woman King," starring Viola Davis, has earned $1.7 million at the domestic box office as theatergoers slowly embrace one of its first major studio releases in a matter of weeks. The historic epic...