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Everyone wants to know who the best Hollywood Chris is, but what about the best Ryan? Ryan Gosling? Ryan Reynolds? Ryan Seacrest? I don't have the answers, but if the new clip from "The Gray Man" is any indication, maybe we should just have all the Chrises and Ryans duke it out to see who wins.Netflix Geeked Week is fully underway, promising a week of events in which the streamer is unveiling first looks and new footage from some of its most-anticipated upcoming projects.

THE SANDMAN: Teaser, Date Announcement, Panel And Casting News Well, howdy. The first teaser has arrived for Netflix's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's lauded graphic novels, The Sandman. Time will tell if the streaming network has done a good job with its adaptation, in the mean time holy moly do the visuals really, really work.    Check out the first teaser down below, along with a selection of stills and a video of the Geeked Week Panel.

At Star Wars Celebration, a birthday celebration for John Williams turned into a heartfelt outpouring from Harrison Ford, which, yes, included a colonoscopy confession.

Indiana Jones has invaded Star Wars Celebration, and we couldn't be more excited. That's right: Well over a decade after Harrison Ford returned to his famous archaeologist role with "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" in what certainly seemed like the last adventure we'd ever see, the aged movie star is back in the saddle again for another go-around. This time, acclaimed director James Mangold is stepping into Steven Spielberg's massive shoes to guide the fifth installment of the classic franchise.

It's time to finally meet The Gray Man. Netflix has unveiled the intense official trailer for an international action thriller comedy titled The Gray Man, the new movie from Avengers directors The Russo Brothers. After working with Marvel on four movies, they went off and started a production company called AGBO, and made the movie Cherry recently. This next one is for Netflix with a theatrical release planned in July before it's streaming.

It's time to finally meet The Gray Man. Netflix has unveiled the intense official trailer for an international action thriller comedy titled The Gray Man, the new movie from Avengers directors The Russo Brothers. After working with Marvel on four movies, they went off and started a production company called AGBO, and made the movie Cherry recently. This next one is for Netflix with a theatrical release planned in July before it's streaming.

On the May 20, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor Ben Pearson is joined by Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including WB's new approach to theatrical movies, a new "Daredevil" show, "Godzilla and the Titans" finding a director, and an "Ocean's Eleven" prequel.Opening Banter:In The News:(Ben, OG Ryan): Warner Bros.

Do you remember "Big Hero 6," the futuristic animated Disney movie set in the fictional mash-up city of San Fransokyo that presented the impossibly ideal scenario where people could have easy access to free healthcare at the drop of a hat?

Maybe the real war after all had nothing to do with the UNSC and the Covenant, John and Makee, or Dr. Halsey and the Spartans' fight for their very humanity. At the end of the day, "Halo" and its continued struggle to forge its own identity wound up becoming the last, bitter taste left in our mouths as the inaugural season of the buzzy sci-fi adaptation wrapped up last night.

Get ready for a shot of nostalgia, '80s movie fans. Lionsgate's "Dirty Dancing" sequel is moving full-steam ahead. Not only is original star Jennifer Grey returning as Baby, but the movie now has a director in the form of Jonathan Levine ("50/50," "Warm Bodies"). Not only that, but some new plot details about the film have come to light, with the project set to hit the market at Cannes next week. This is for real happening.The news of Levine directing the film, which will also be titled "Dirty Dancing," was first reported by Deadline, with the outlet speaking to the filmmaker about it.

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