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Donald Glover says Solo will be "a lot more fun" than other Star Wars films Donald Glover, who plays the younger version of Lando Calrissian in the Ron Howard-directed SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY, says that the latest Star Wars spinoff is going to be "a lot more fun" than previous entries in George Lucas' intertellar space saga. In the film, Glover is joined by Alden Ehrenreich as a young Han Solo, who manages to involve himself in all manner of smuggling... Read More...

Black Panther: Ryan Coogler Breaks Down the Casino Fight Are you one of those people that loves directors’ commentaries? Would you like to hear what Ryan Coogler did to set up some of the fight scenes from Black Panther? Vanity Fair has you covered. They had Coogler come in and break down the casino fight scene from the second act of the movie.

‘The Star': Take a Look At the Colorful Cast of Animal-Focused Telling of Nativity Story (Exclusive Video) Sony Pictures Animation assembled a heck of a cast for “The Star,” a retelling of the Nativity Story told from the perspectives of the animals who just happened to be nearby, out this week on DVD and Blu-ray. Listing off the full cast would take up the whole page, so here are the highlights: Tyler Perry, Anthony Anderson, Keegan-Michael Key, Steven Yeun, Tracy Morgan, Gina Rodriguez, Ving Rhames, Christopher Plummer, Mariah Carey, Aidy Bryant, Kelly Clarkson and Kristin Chenowith. Oh, and Oprah Winfrey.

Ryan Reynolds Shares Deadpool 2 Set Photos From Make-a-Wish-Visit It’s past Valentine’s Day, but Ryan Reynolds is still warming hearts with some adorable photos from a Make A Wish set visit to Deadpool 2. The follow-up to the massively successful Deadpool is set to hit theaters in May, and is currently filming re-shoots in Vancouver, BC, under the new working title ‘Daisy’. The reshoots are presumably nothing major, of course, but simply standard procedure for a major movie at this stage in the game.

No, ‘Black Panther’ Was Not Named After the Black Panther Party As Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” continues to smash through box office records, a perennial complaint about the character’s origin. No, the character wasn’t named after the revolutionary socialist and black empowerment-focused Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, which was founded by Bobby Seale and Huey Newton (pictured above) in October 1966. Marvel’s Black Panther (a.k.a. King T’Challa) was a product of the ’60s, created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee during their legendary creative relationship at Marvel.

Ryan Reynolds Shares Deadpool 2 Set Photos From Make-a-Wish-Visit It’s past Valentine’s Day, but Ryan Reynolds is still warming hearts with some adorable photos from a Make A Wish set visit to Deadpool 2. The follow-up to the massively successful Deadpool is set to hit theaters in May, and is currently filming re-shoots in Vancouver, BC, under the new working title ‘Daisy’. The reshoots are presumably nothing major, of course, but simply standard procedure for a major movie at this stage in the game.

What We Want From ‘Black Panther 2’ By Brad Gullickson Marvel hasn’t officially announced a sequel yet, but we’re ready to discuss the inevitable now. With Black Panther destroying box office records, there is no doubt we’ll be getting a sequel focused on the title superhero beyond his next appearances in Avengers: Infinity War and the untitled Avengers 4. Marvel Studios probably has the entire trilogy mapped out, and hopefully a slew of spin-offs as well.

Black Panther Closing in on Incredible $227 Million Opening Weekend Black Panther is the movie that every industry analyst, every Hollywood insider, and every entertainment media outlet seriously underestimated… except for us, of course. It looks like Black Panther is set to make $195 million for its three day opening weekend, and $227 million for the four day counting Monday’s President’s Day holiday.

It’s nice to know that FOX still believes in its competition series So You Think You Can Dance. In a world when American Idol, which set viewership records for years, has left the network, it seems like dance still has a home. So I can now tell all #SYTYCD fans we have been officially commissioned for Season 15. I look forward to bringing you more incredible dancers and choreography.

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