Top Movie News for November 13, 2019

Disney+ Has Rare Star Wars Deleted Scenes The new streaming service will give fans a brand new look at some of Star Wars' unseen moments.

‘The Mandalorian’: Pedro Pascal Reveals the Bounty Hunter’s Name Much of the marketing behind the live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian has really been pushing the idea of this masked bounty hunter without a name. People around the galaxy refer to him as The Mandalorian or just Mando for short, but in an official interview promoting the arrival of the series on Disney+, the man under the helmet, Pedro Pascal, gives up the real name of the character without hesitation or concern.

The Batman Recruits Juilliard Grad Jayme Lawson for Mystery Role Warner Bros. and Matt Reeves have cast recent Juilliard grad Jayme Lawson in a role in The Batman.

Sonic the Hedgehog Movie Redesign Wins Over Fans According to Trending Poll Quite a few positive tweets have arrived following the release of the updated Sonic the Hedgehog trailer which gives the speedster a new redesign.

She-Hulk, Ms. Marvel, and Moon Knight Will Appear in MCU Films After Disney+ Debut A new generation of Marvel heroes will assemble on the big screen…eventually. As the Marvel Cinematic Universe prepares to enter a new era of streaming on Disney+, the question remains whether fans will be able to see beloved superheroes like Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, and Moon Knight — all of whom are set to headline their own Disney+ series — make their theatrical debut. Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige confirms that they will, somewhere down the road. As Marvel heads into Phase 4, which encompasses both Disney+ shows and theatrical films, the MCU will be more crowded than ever.

Charlie's Angels Review: Stale Reboot with Big Action & Less Star Power Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, & Ella Balinska lack chemistry in #MeToo era Charlie's Angels.

‘Harley Quinn’ Trailer: A Very R-Rated Animated Series From DC Universe Hey, did you know there are other streaming services besides Disney+? It’s true! Like DC Universe, a thing that still exists! The DC-based streaming service has had been of a bumpy start, but you shouldn’t give up on it yet. Because the service is close to releasing something you’re definitely going to want to check out: Harley Quinn, a very R-rated animated series set in the DC universe.

As Expected, Disney+ is Having Technical Issues on Day One It’s been a big morning for Disney+, the new Disney streaming service home to titles from the Disney library, a new Star Wars show, and Greedo now yelling out “MacLunkey!” before he’s murdered by Han Solo in Star Wars: A New Hope. But as was to be expected, the service has been having technical issues since launch. Some folks have reported they’ve been unable to get Disney+ to work at all. If that’s happened to you, don’t worry: you’re not alone. The demand for #DisneyPlus has exceeded our highest expectations.

Point Horror, a series of young adult horror books penned by authors like R.L. Stine and Christopher Pike, is headed to the small screen. HBO Max is developing a Point Horror anthology series. Each episode of the show will be inspired by one of the original books, complete with a “nostalgic nod to the 1990s” – the era in which the books originated.  We’re in the midst of the golden age of Stephen King adaptations. Could R.L. Stine and Christopher Pike adaptations be next? We can only hope.

Netflix has released another twenty or so hi-res promotional stills from The Witcher, featuring fresh and often bloody new looks at Geralt of Rivia, Princess Ciri and Yennefer of Vengerberg.

Jonah Hauer-King swims aboard The Little Mermaid as Prince Eric Over the last several years Disney has mined their vast catalog of animated hits in order to give them the live action treatment. The result has been tremendous success with films like THE JUNGLE BOOK, ALADDIN, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, and THE LION KING absolutely cleaning up at the box office. The live action adaptation of THE LITTLE MERMAID is one of Disney's more anticipated upcoming films and while most… Read More...

Bruce Campbell Calls Out Scorsese in Colorful Defense of Marvel Movies Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell says Martin Scorsese is full of it when it comes to his opinion on Marvel movies.

Superhero Bits: See Baby Thanos Concept Art , Ray Fisher Posts New ‘Justice League’ Snyder Cut Photo & More Does Ryan Reynolds really support the release of The Snyder Cut of Justice League? Who is petitioning to have Amber Heard fired from Aquaman 2? Which comic art is being sent to space? What does James Mangold have to say about Martin Scorsese‘s Marvel comments? Want to see what Baby Thanos would have looked like? How did Nebula originally die in an earlier draft of Avengers: Endgame?

Scoob! Trailer Arrives with Scooby-Doo, Shaggy and All Their Friends The first teaser trailer for the Scooby-Doo reboot Scoob! teases the origins of Mystery Inc. and how Shaggy met Scooby.

Iron Man's Final Line in Avengers: Endgame Was Almost a Lot Different In true Tony Stark fashion, the iconic hero's end was very nearly much more light-hearted as explained by Robert Downey Jr.

The Tomorrow War First Look Has Chris Pratt's Alien Fighters Ready for Battle Previously titled Ghost Draft, Chris Pratt has revealed a first look photo of himself on the set of The Tomorrow War.

Good morning, Angels fans — Charlie’s Angels fans, that is. The iconic television and movie franchise about women detectives is heading to the big screen once again, this time with a whole new cast of crime-fighting ladies and all new stakes to challenge them on a more epic scale. Don’t call it a reboot, though, because the Angels have been here for years. And this version of the franchise is actually still connected to the old. How is it more of the same while also being...Read MoreRead Comments

Freaky First Trailer for Blumhouse's Horror Reboot of 'Fantasy Island' "Your life is about to change… I hope you're ready." Sony Pictures has unveiled the first trailer for the new Fantasy Island movie, based on the classic 70s TV show of the same name. But this is no relaxing island vacation - it's a terrifying horror movie produced by Jason Blum's iconic Blumhouse. Michael Peña stars Mr. Roarke, who invites guests to his exclusive island resort to fulfill their fantasies - they can only choose one. But they may never come home from this vacation when their fantasies start to turn into nightmares.

The Team Behind CGI James Dean is Forming a Grotesque New Company to Resurrect More Hollywood Legends When you’ve garnered the disgust of everyone on the planet by digitally resurrecting one of the most beloved Hollywood legends, the only thing you can do is double down on being terrible.

A ‘Doctor Sleep’ Sequel Was in the Works Before the Film Underperformed at the Box Office Doctor Sleep was expected to be a big hit for Warner Bros., and the studio had such high hopes that they were already planning a sequel. But as the saying goes, life comes at you fast, and while The Shining follow-up garnered positive reviews, the box office returns have been a major disappointment. So what happens now? We don’t know.


Ghostbusters 2020 Gets a New Title? New rumors suggest the upcoming Ghostbusters sequel from director Jason Reitman will be called something different when it hits theaters next year.

We all get a little extra-dimensional anxiety. But it’s only in HBO’s Watchmen series that there are whole support groups for people suffering from this affliction. One such member of one of these extra-dimensional anxiety support groups is Tim Blake Nelson‘s Looking Glass, who appears to take the spotlight in the Watchmen episode 5 promo for “Little Fear of Lightning.” Watchmen Episode 5 Promo Looking Glass is a little “weird,” as Regina King‘s Sister Night called him in the most recent episode of Watchmen.

Martin Scorsese’s latest gangster flick, The Irishman, continues the tradition of pairing fantastic needle drops with his storytelling, making for an aural landscape that uses songs to help accentuate jumps in time and location.

Paul Thomas Anderson has decided to take a break from directing Haim videos and return to movies. Anderson has his first post-Phantom Thread feature already lined-up: a high school movie set in the 1970s. Anderson will write and direct the movie, which is set to begin production next year. This won’t be any ordinary coming-of-age high school flick, though. Instead, the premise will focus on a teen who is also a famous child actor. I know everyone is going gaga over Disney+ today, and that’s understandable.

Marvel posted a touching tribute to Stan Lee one year to the day after the comic book legend passed away.

Ewan McGregor stars in Doctor Sleep as Dan Torrance, all grown up from the terrifying experiences of his youth, but not quite ready for the horrors to come when he and young Abra Stone (Kyliegh Curran) encounter the evil Rose the Hat (Rebecca Ferguson) and her followers. Director Mike Flanagan freely adapted Stephen King's novel, a sequel to the latter's classic The Shining, giving the new film surprising new twists and turns. Best seen on the big screen, Doctor Sleep will leave...Read MoreRead Comments

Fast & Furious 9 Wraps Production, Director Shares Final Set Photo Justin Lin has revealed that filming has officially wrapped on Fast & Furious 9, calling it the most ambitious entry to date.

Interviews for Avengers: Endgame revealed that the decisive moment where Iron Man got his hands on the Infinity Gauntlet originally ended with Tony Stark not saying anything before a last-minute change.

Want Disney+ for Free? Here's How to Get It Disney+ launches this week and here's how you can get the new streaming service for free.

Community always played the long game with its jokes, but there’s one joke that it was never able to make good on. After the throwaway joke of “Six seasons and a movie!” became a rallying cry for the twice-cancelled comedy, fans have long wished for the feature film that would reunite the misfit study group and fulfill that mantra. It’s an idea that creator Dan Harmon has played with, and which the stars have supported, though it seems less likely as we get further away from Community‘s cult-show heyday.

Oscar-nominated filmmaker Leslie Iwerks is about to unveil her newest documentary. The Imagineering Story is a six-part documentary series which tracks the history and evolution of Imagineering in Walt Disney theme parks, and it serves as a sort of spiritual follow-up to her 2007 film The Pixar Story, which chronicled the genesis of that company and its eventual rise to creative dominance. But this series has a special resonance for Iwerks. Leslie is the granddaughter of Ub Iwerks, Walt Disney’s original business partner and the co-creator of Mickey Mouse and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.

Marvel’s Animated ‘What If?’ Clips: Feast Your Eyes on a Zombified Captain America In addition to new costume designs for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Marvel Studios has also provided some new looks at What If?, the studio’s first animated series for Disney+ which will explore alternate realities inside the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The first episode of The Mandalorian debuted today, giving us our first look at Lucasfilm's ever-growing slate of Star Wars TV shows. One of several in development is the long-awaited Obi-Wan Kenobi series, which will find Ewan McGregor returning to the role he played throughout the Prequel Trilogy. Production on the six-episode series is expected to start shooting next… Read More...

Joker Bathtub Scene Was Cut for Being 'Too Insane' Says Director Director Todd Phillips reveals a scene was cut from Joker that involved a bathtub and couldn't be included in an R-rated movie.

It’s a beautiful day…to cry. Tom Hanks has never been more powerful than when he is inhabiting the role of Mr. Rogers, the beloved children’s show host who inspired generations of children. Hanks stars as Fred Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Marielle Heller‘s moving drama about the beloved TV figure and the jaded journalist (Matthew Rhys) who learns to be a little less cynical.

Secret service agent Mike Banning is apparently not "too old for this shit." In a move as strange as some of the shenanigans Gerard Butler's character gets up to, HAS FALLEN producer Alan Siegel confirmed that not one, not two, but THREE new films in the HAS FALLEN series are currently in development as well as possible spinoff television shows in local markets.The films will continue… Read More...

Could Midi-chlorians return in The Rise of Skywalker? Audiences first learned about the Force when STAR WARS blasted its way into theaters some forty-two years ago. Alec Guinness' Obi-Wan Kenobi said of the Force, "The Force is what gives a Jedi his power. It's an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us, it penetrates us, it binds the galaxy together." While most took that to mean the Force was a metaphysical/spiritual… Read More...

The Star Wars director puts up his dukes against those who have come to hate the franchise due to diversity.

You might not want to get rid of your The Simpsons Blu-rays and DVDs just yet. The long-running animated series is now streaming on Disney+, but here’s the problem: it’s in the wrong aspect ratio. The earlier – and best – seasons of the show have been stretched to a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio, which inadvertently ends up cutting off chunks of the screen. This is a particularly irksome problem for The Simpsons because the show is chock-full of visual gags, and many of those gags are now being cropped out of the frame. The Simpsons is a show from a completely different era.

Blu-ray Review: Stalking Takes the Stage in THE FAN Out in 1981, The Fan was commericial director's Ed Bianchi's first film. Funny enough, it feels like a TV movie for the most part, which I suppose is fitting because he went on to work mainly in television on shows like Boardwalk Empire, The Killing, and Deadwood. The film stars a young Michael Biehn (Aliens, The Terminator, Tombstone) as Douglas Breen, a troubled man who is obsessed with Sally Ross, an aging actress (something we might not ever see committed to film again due to rampant ageism) played by Hollywood legend Lauren Bacall.

The spirit of H.G. Wells still possesses pop culture’s soul in modern times. The Invisible Man was first published in 1897 and has since inspired countless film adaptations, spinoffs, and homages. Next year, Leigh Whannell and Blumhouse will unleash their interpretation of an Invisible Man movie, and it looks like one of the most terrifying versions to date. The new movie will portray the titular monster (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) as an abuser who’s out to torment his ex-girlfriend (Elisabeth Moss).

It’s here. It’s finally happening. Rick and Morty is back, only 25 months after the season 3 finale. (But who’s counting?) It will be a short season, and as of now, only the first episode has been released to critics. But I’m exceedingly happy to report that it’s good. It’s very good. It shouldn’t be surprising. Rick and Morty is a fantastic show. But it’s been overshadowed, in some people’s minds, by a small vocal faction of fans.

In the latest Ordinary Adventures vlog, Peter & Kitra visit the 2019 edition of Disney’s Festival of the Holidays at Disney California Adventure. Their mission: to eat everything at the eight booths, and also consume some of the Holiday drinks as well. This means they had to eat 18 separate dishes over the course of one afternoon. Hit the jump to watch the video. Disney’s Festival of Holidays runs from November 8, 2019 through January 6, 2020 at DCA. Here is a list of everything for sale at the eight festival booths.

WB Animation has reigned for years as the preeminent purveyor of animated superhero TV and films but it looks as if Marvel Studios is about to rise to the challenge based on this What If...? footage.

Well, it looks like what's old is new again and this time what's new is the "Han shot first" debate, although now with more "Maclunkey!" What is "Maclunkey" you ask? Well, nobody knows, really, except the StarFather himself, George Lucas, who according to Vanity Fair, made the edit some seven years ago to STAR WARS: EPISODE IV - A NEW… Read More...

Will & Grace. Rosanne. The X-Files. Veronica Mars. Prison Break. Murphy Brown. Fuller House. There are more revivals of classic TV shows out there every day, and the latest to join the pack is Mad About You, the '90s romantic comedy which starred Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt as Paul and Jamie Buchman, a married couple living in New York City. [SEEMORE] Sony Pictures has released the first teaser for the revival series, which takes place twenty years after the original and continues… Read More...

Ricky Gervais Will Host Golden Globes for the Fifth and Final Time Ricky Gervais has confirmed that he will host the Golden Globes but will absolutely never do it again.

"How do you make sense of the senseless?" Kino Lorber & ABC Docs have debuted an official trailer for the documentary film After Parkland, which first premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year. In the aftermath of the February shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that left 17 people dead, filmmakers Emily Taguchi and Jake Lefferman traveled to Parkland and began filming with students who endured gunfire and the parents who lost their children in the crosshairs.

‘Hobbs and Shaw’ Honest Trailer: Idris Elba Takes On Two Buff Testicles The Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw closed out the summer with a lot of ridiculous action. It was too long for some, didn’t have enough “family” for others, but you really can’t say that it was anymore stupid than the rest of the Fast and Furious movies that have slowly become superhero movies with cars.

The Good Liar is the latest entry in a slowly expanding subgenre best known as They Don’t Make Movies Like This Anymore dramas. In a time of infinite intellectual property, of franchises and sequels and reboots, The Good Liar is a small oasis in a cinematic desert where once there was more frequent life. This literary adaptation is a nasty little thriller, anchored by two elder-statesmen performers whose presence alone likely willed this film into existence.

Box Office

  • 1. Alien: Covenant
    Gross: $36,160,621
    Total: $36,160,621
  • 2. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2
    Gross: $34,653,754
    Total: $301,391,228
  • 3. Everything, Everything
    Gross: $11,727,390
    Total: $11,727,390
  • 4. Snatched
    Gross: $7,832,517
    Total: $33,015,117
  • 5. King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword
    Gross: $7,152,269
    Total: $27,503,490

Opening This Week

No Movies Released This Week

Next Week

No Movies Opening Next Week

Coming Soon

No Movies Coming Soon