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It seems the gods, aka the decision-makers at Warner Bros., have decided it is not wise for "Shazam! Fury of the Gods" to go directly up against James Cameron's "Avatar 2," aka "Avatar: The Way of Water." That being the case, the studio has provided at least a little bit of cushion between these two blockbusters sequels, though they will still largely be in one another's way come December.According to Deadline, "Shazam! Fury of the Gods" will now hit theaters on December 21 of this year, whereas Disney's "Avatar" sequel is currently scheduled to arrive on December 16.

Don't call it a comeback, but you can definitely call it a reunion — or multiple reunions, for that matter.After officially being announced back in 2020, we're now getting our first look at "The Gray Man," the newest Netflix blockbuster set to arrive at some point later this year.

Don't call it a comeback, but you can definitely call it a reunion — or multiple reunions, for that matter.After officially being announced back in 2020, we're now getting our first look at "The Gray Man," the newest Netflix blockbuster set to arrive at some point later this year.

Avengers: Endgame director Joe Russo has teased the action thriller pedigree of his upcoming Netflix outing, The Gray Man, comparing the project to one of the most well-regarded examples of the franchise, Michael Mann’s Heat. The Gray Man will see two of Hollywood’s biggest stars, Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, go head-to-head, with Russo reminded of the match-up of Robert De Niro and Al Pacino way back in the 1995 heist flick.

The long-awaited sequel to James Cameron's "Avatar" is on the way, and this time, it's damp. We're getting four sequels to the first film, but this one, which is due to premiere on December 16, 2022, is going to be set largely underwater. He doesn't do things halfway, that James Cameron. As you can see from the official Twitter account for the film, the concept art is really impressive.

‘Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street’ Trailer Reveals the Origins of the Beloved Children’s TV Show One of the standouts from the 2021 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year was the documentary Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street. The documentary from Marilyn Agrelo (Mad Hot Ballroom) dives into the origins of the beloved children’s program Sesame Street, a groudbreaking venture that dared to use television to educate children at a time when it was being used for nothing but mindless entertainment to keep them occupied.

‘Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street’ Trailer Reveals the Origins of the Beloved Children’s TV Show One of the standouts from the 2021 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year was the documentary Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street. The documentary from Marilyn Agrelo (Mad Hot Ballroom) dives into the origins of the beloved children’s program Sesame Street, a groudbreaking venture that dared to use television to educate children at a time when it was being used for nothing but mindless entertainment to keep them occupied.

One of the standouts from the 2021 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year was the documentary Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street. The documentary from Marilyn Agrelo (Mad Hot Ballroom) dives into the origins of the beloved children’s program Sesame Street, a groudbreaking venture that dared to use television to educate children at a time when it was being used for nothing but mindless entertainment to keep them occupied.

Avatar: Kate Winslet takes a dive in new set photo from upcoming sequel Although James Cameron's AVATAR 2 is now 100% complete, with the second sequel also well on the way, we're still more than two years out from returning to the world of Pandora as the release of the films have been pushed back by a full year. Whatever are we to do with our remaining AVATAR-less years? I suppose we could look at a behind-the-scenes photo of Kate Winslet… Read More...

Director James Cameron recently revealed that production on Avatar 2 is 100% complete in both live-action and motion capture filming, and Avatar 3 wasn’t too far behind. If you’re wondering what’s taking so damn long, it might be more than just the extensive post-production process and development of state-of-the-art technology.

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