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The Man From Nowhere remake coming from John Wick duo Stahelski & Kolstad Word has it that the dynamic duo of Chad Stahelski and Derek Kolstad are reteaming for New Line's remake of the 2010 South Korean action-drama THE MAN FROM NOWHERE. Famously known as the creative talent behind Keanu Reeves' John Wick franchise, reports indicate that Stahelski will produce the project, with Kolstad set to pen the script. THE MAN FROM NOWHERE was the highest-grossing… Read More...

Bryce Dallas Howard show off gnarly bruises from Jurassic World stunts JURASSIC WORLD: DOMINION was shut down due to COVID-19 earlier this year, but production on the blockbuster sequel recently resumed as the cast and crew are once again bringing us big-budget dinosaur action. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard will once again be starring in the Colin Trevorrow film, and Howard took to Twitter yesterday to express how good it is to be back… Read More...

The Morning Watch: VFX Artists React to ‘Where the Wild Things Are’, What If The Muppets Did ‘Hamilton’? & More The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, the visual effects artists from Corridor Crew take a look back at some of the work done on Gladiator, Babe, and Where the Wild Things Are.

New ‘Jurassic World’ Attraction Will Use the Same Ride System as Universal Studios’ Spider-Man Ride Last summer, Universal Studios Hollywood revamped its old Jurassic Park water ride into Jurassic World: The Ride, updating it to reflect elements of the modern film trilogy. But Universal Studios Beijing is developing its own Jurassic World ride, and thanks to a batch of new photos, we know it will be using the same ride system as the Spider-Man attraction at Islands of Adventure and the Transformers-themed ride at Universal Studios Orlando, Hollywood, and Singapore.

ALL HAIL THE POPCORN KING Trailer: The Great Joe R. Lansdale, Recognized Like a bag of candy that looks good, tastes great, and somehow also improves your mental health, Joe R. Lansdale writes words good. He spins tales that captivate and surprise, whatever their length and form, so it's no wonder that his works served as the source material for great genre screen adaptations, from Don Coscarelli's Bubba Ho-Tep (2002) to Coscarell's Incident On and Off a Mountain Road (2005) to Jim Mickle's Cold in July (2014) to the wonderful series Hap and Leonard (RIP; BTW, Sundance TV will marathon the series, starting on July 6).

ALL HAIL THE POPCORN KING Trailer: The Great Joe R. Lansdale, Recognized Like a bag of candy that looks good, tastes great, and somehow also improves your mental health, Joe R. Lansdale writes words good. He spins tales that captivate and surprise, whatever their length and form, so it's no wonder that his works served as the source material for great genre screen adaptations, from Don Coscarelli's Bubba Ho-Tep (2002) to Coscarell's Incident On and Off a Mountain Road (2005) to Jim Mickle's Cold in July (2014) to the wonderful series Hap and Leonard (RIP; BTW, Sundance TV will marathon the series, starting on July 6).

ALL HAIL THE POPCORN KING Trailer: The Great Joe R. Lansdale, Recognized Like a bag of candy that looks good, tastes great, and somehow also improves your mental health, Joe R. Lansdale writes words good. He spins tales that captivate and surprise, whatever their length and form, so it's no wonder that his works served as the source material for great genre screen adaptations, from Don Coscarelli's Bubba Ho-Tep (2002) to Coscarell's Incident On and Off a Mountain Road (2005) to Jim Mickle's Cold in July (2014) to the wonderful series Hap and Leonard (RIP; BTW, Sundance TV will marathon the series, starting on July 6).

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