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‘The Banana Splits Movie’ Trailer: Syfy Turns the Happy Children’s TV Icons Into Homicidal Monsters Plenty of filmmakers have been accused of destroying people’s childhoods, but Syfy is taking that concept to a new level with The Banana Splits Movie. The furry costumed animals of the ’60s live-action Hanna-Barbera series are coming back with a vengeance — literally. No longer happy-go-lucky children’s performers, the furry foursome Fleegle the Beagle, Bingo the Gorilla, Drooper the Lion, and Snorky the Elephant are now homicidal monsters ready to wreak havoc.

Update: Emmett J. Scanlan confirmed to play Lobo for new spin-off series Update: It's been confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter that Emmett J. Scanlan, who played Lobo for Syfy's KRYPTON series, will reprise his role as the rough 'n' tumble troublemaker for the in-development LOBO spin-off series. When news first broke about plans to develop a series around the character, it was unclear if Scanlan would return as… Read More...

Denis Villeneuve to direct first episode of Dune TV series Although Denis Villeneuve is currently in the midst of directing his big-screen adaptation of DUNE, it seems that he'll be remaining in the expansive universe created by Frank Herbert for a little while longer. It was announced today that WarnerMedia has given a straight-to-series order to a new TV series set in the DUNE franchise. Legendary Entertainment must be pretty damn pleased with… Read More...

What Happened to Hulk & Black Widow's Relationship in Avengers: Endgame? Hulk and Black Widow had flirted with a romance in earlier MCU movies but that was all but abandoned in Avengers: Endgame and Infinity War.

Denis Villeneuve to direct first episode of Dune TV series Although Denis Villeneuve is currently in the midst of directing his big-screen adaptation of DUNE, it seems that he'll be remaining in the expansive universe created by Frank Herbert for a little while longer. It was announced today that WarnerMedia has given a straight-to-series order to a new TV series set in the DUNE franchise. Legendary Entertainment must be pretty damn pleased with… Read More...

Margot Robbie talks Birds of Prey rating, Quinn's "less male gaze-y" outfits The 2016 comic book movie SUICIDE SQUAD may have divided critics and audiences, but if one thing was for certain it’s that star Margot Robbie owned the role of the deranged clown criminal Harley Quinn. Her infectious, rebellious charm made her take an instant sensation, and with BIRDS OF PREY she’s taking more charge of the character and giving her a new squad to roll… Read More...

The ‘Halo’ TV Series Wants to Be ‘Game of Thrones’ Without the Incest The Halo TV series has been long in the making, with the video game’s developer 343 Industries working with Showtime to bring the project to life for nearly 5 years now. But maybe Halo has just been waiting for a Game of Thrones-sized hole to be vacated.

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous animated series to roar on Netflix Cue John Williams' "Jurassic Park - Main Theme" and prepare to embark on an animated adventure, as Dreamworks Animation and Amblin Entertainment have announced JURASSIC WORLD: CAMP CRETACEOUS, a brand-new animated series set to debut exclusively on Netflix in 2020. Set to be executive produced by Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, Colin Trevorrow, Scott… Read More...

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous animated series to roar on Netflix Cue John Williams' "Jurassic Park - Main Theme" and prepare to embark on an animated adventure, as Dreamworks Animation and Amblin Entertainment have announced JURASSIC WORLD: CAMP CRETACEOUS, a brand-new animated series set to debut exclusively on Netflix in 2020. Set to be executive produced by Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, Colin Trevorrow, Scott… Read More...

Jennifer Lawrence Apparently Returned For ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ Under One Condition 20th century fox After a busy three-year stretch where she seemingly appeared in a new movie every other month, Jennifer Lawrence has only popped up in three films since 2016: mother!, Red Sparrow, and Dark Phoenix. Her return to the 12th (!) installment in the X-Men series is surprising because she’s a four-time Oscar nominee (and one-time winner) — and the blue paint probably isn’t worth it anymore.

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