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The Great Season 2 Trailer: Elle Fanning Has Great Plans For Russia Huzzah! Elle Fanning is returning to liberate the masses! Continuing her reign as Catherine The Great, Fanning is back to lead the second season of Hulu's "anti-historical" comedy, fittingly titled "The Great." As you can expect, there's plenty of talk about coronations, beheading, bloodshed, and winning.

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).

The Great arrives on Hulu today, which gives us an excuse to share with you an exclusive track from Nathan Barr‘s score. Barr has composed music for Carnival Row, The Americans, and Hollywood, and the music he’s created for The Great is full of lush orchestrations with a hint of comical playfulness, which is perfect for the show. The Great Soundtrack The Great is a satirical series about the rise of Catherine the Great, as played by Elle Fanning. The show hails from Tony McNamara, writer of The Favourite, and it certainly appears to be in a similar style as that film.

The Great arrives on Hulu today, which gives us an excuse to share with you an exclusive track from Nathan Barr‘s score. Barr has composed music for Carnival Row, The Americans, and Hollywood, and the music he’s created for The Great is full of lush orchestrations with a hint of comical playfulness, which is perfect for the show. The Great Soundtrack The Great is a satirical series about the rise of Catherine the Great, as played by Elle Fanning. The show hails from Tony McNamara, writer of The Favourite, and it certainly appears to be in a similar style as that film.

‘What If’ Robert Downey Jr. Isn’t Done Playing Iron Man Just Yet? At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, we learned that over two dozen Marvel Cinematic Universe actors were going to be lending their voices to the upcoming animated Disney+ series What If?, which explores alternate realities within the MCU. One name that was absent from that long list of performers was Robert Downey Jr., leaving us to assume that the MCU’s highest-paid actor truly was finished playing Tony Stark after his swan song in Avengers: Endgame. But according to fellow MCU member Jeff Goldblum, that’s not the case.

‘What If’ Robert Downey Jr. Isn’t Done Playing Iron Man Just Yet? At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, we learned that over two dozen Marvel Cinematic Universe actors were going to be lending their voices to the upcoming animated Disney+ series What If?, which explores alternate realities within the MCU. One name that was absent from that long list of performers was Robert Downey Jr., leaving us to assume that the MCU’s highest-paid actor truly was finished playing Tony Stark after his swan song in Avengers: Endgame. But according to fellow MCU member Jeff Goldblum, that’s not the case.

Are Marvel & Sony Fighting Over Spider-Man: Far from Home Director Jon Watts? Following the split between Marvel and Sony over Spider-Man, the two studios may both be courting director Jon Watts for future projects.

Why Hulk's Arm Remained Injured in Endgame Explained by the Directors The Russo brothers tackle yet another big question fans have regarding Smart Hulk and his powers in Avengers: Endgame.

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