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BLACK MIRROR SEASON 5 Extended Trailer (NEW 2019) Miley Cyrus, Netflix Series HD



BLACK MIRROR SEASON 5 Extended Trailer (NEW 2019) Miley Cyrus, Netflix Series HD
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2019-05-21 14:46:52

Netflix Cuts The Hateful Eight’s Extended Version Into 4 50-Minute Episodes

Netflix cuts The Hateful Eight Extended Version into four 50-minute episodes. Directed by Quentin Tarantino, the 2015 western thriller is available to stream in its original form, however the April 25 addition of the longer cut shows that Netflix lists the film as a “Season.”

Distributed by The Weinstein Company, The Hateful Eight chronicles the meeting of eight strangers during a blizzard. Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, and Jennifer Jason Leigh headline the film, though it features an accomplished ensemble cast of supporting players like Channing Tatum and Bruce Dern. Produced for approximately $44 to $54 million, The Hateful Eight earned over $155 million at the box office and earned three Oscar nominations, with the iconic composer Ennio Morricone winning for Best Film Score. Like all Tarantino films, The Hateful Eight made headlines for its controversial racial and gender-related themes, and the film’s release preceded the downfall of Harvey Weinstein. The Hateful Eight was originally intended to be a sequel to Tarantino’s 2012 western Django Unchained, and a script was leaked in 2014. Ultimately, the final version mostly resonated with fans and critics alike, as The Hateful Eight currently has a 74 percent Rotten Tomatoes rating and a 76 percent audience score. 

Related: 15 Best Netflix Original Movies

Today, Netflix released The Hateful Eight Extended Version and lists the film as a four-part season rather than a 210-minute film. “Season 1” begins with the “episode” entitled “Last Stage to Red Rock,” which is followed by the subsequent episodes “Minnie’s Haberdashery,” “Domergue’s Got a Secret,” and “The Last Chapter.” Under the “More Like This” section, The Hateful Eight is unsurprisingly correlated with the original film, in addition to the Coen brothers’ No Country for Old Men and The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, the latter of which is a six-chapter anthology film that Netflix didn’t separate into various sections. Under Netflix’s “Details” tab for The Hateful Eight, the streaming service notes that Tarantino’s film is “Gritty” and “Controversial.” On Twitter, it didn’t take long for people to express their concern about Netflix’s decisions to chop up The Hateful Eight into four episodes. 

The Hateful Eight originally released on Christmas Day 2015. For many, it was a cinematic event, as Tarantino’s film received a roadshow 70mm film release. For context, Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2012 film The Master also screened in 70mm, making it the first fiction film to have such a release since Kenneth Branagh’s 1996 film Hamlet. 

For Netflix, the decision to break apart the The Hateful Eight Extended Version will fuel the debate about the differences between a theatrical viewing experience and a domestic streaming experience. Steven Spielberg has been on record many times about his concern for Netflix’s distribution model, though the streaming service is reportedly set to acquire the famous Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, allowing for weekend theatrical screenings of Netflix Originals. Even if the “Season” version of The Hateful Eight may not seem problematic, it’s definitely not a good look for Netflix. 

More: The Hateful Eight Featurette: The History of 70mm Roadshows

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2019-04-25 11:04:06

Q.V. Hough

GAME OF THRONES Season 8 EXTENDED Trailer (NEW, 2019) GOT TV Series HD



GAME OF THRONES Season 8 EXTENDED Trailer (NEW, 2019) GOT TV Series HD
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2019-04-02 10:44:03

The 100 Season 6 Extended Trailer: Clarke & Bellamy Enter A Wild New World

There are few shows on television with the same knack for fiery reinvention as The 100, as the new extended trailer or season 6 demonstrates. The apocalyptic series has been flexing its nuclear muscles for the past few seasons, ostensibly hitting the reset and fast forward button at the same time. First, at the end of season 4, the series blew everything up in order to facilitate a five-year time jump, and then, not wanting to be stick around in a nuclear wasteland for too long, did much the same at the end of season 5. The result is a massive time jump and relocation to a wild new world that’s just as violent as the one Clarke (Eliza Taylor), Bellamy (Bob Morley), and the rest thought they’d left behind. 

It’s a fresh start of sorts for a series that’s based on the idea of near-constant conflict, all told through the eyes of a surprisingly large ensemble cast of characters. The series is confident enough in its plans for the future that it’s even referring to season 6 as the beginning of Book II, meaning the last five seasons have been part of a larger story that is, for the most part, closed out now. And given what transpired at the end of ‘Damocles: Part Two’ it’s no wonder. Now, it time to figure out were The 100 goes from here, and just how much of its characters’ propensity for violence and conflict has traveled with them on their long journey. 

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As evidenced by the extended trailer, this new world is, at first glance, a veritable utopia compared to the ravaged world the survivors left behind. Sure, things are a little off and a little cult-y, but it’s far sight better than mushroom clouds and radioactive fallout. Unfortunately for Clarke and the others, wherever they go trouble isn’t far behind. And this new trailer uses nearly all of its four minutes to explain just how bad things on this new world can get. Check out the trailer for The 100 season 6 below: 

Petty squabbles for control of livable space and resources are replaced by, well, more of the same, but with the added terror of something called “eclipse psychosis,” which isn’t exactly the best way for the survivors to ingratiate themselves with their new hosts, but, as the saying goes, “when in Rome…” Aside from murder-inducing celestial events, there are plenty more oddities on display in The 100’s new setting, and while that might take some getting used to by long-time viewers, it’s also nice to see the show given the chance to stretch its creative muscles and see what happens when the playing field is leveled, so to speak. 

If the show’s latest reset works, it will likely send a message to the show’s writers and The CW that The 100 can not only withstand all sorts of creative curveballs, but actually thrive when being pitched them. It’s something of a long shot, to be sure, but it’s a creative risk that could also have big rewards. 

Next: Santa Clarita Diet Season 3 Review: Netflix’s Zombie Comedy Gets Even Weirder

The 100 season 6 premieres Tuesday, April 30 @9pm on The CW. 


2019-03-29 11:03:49

Kevin Yeoman

Brightburn Extended Trailer & Poster Tease James Gunn’s Dark Superhero Movie

James Gunn has revealed an extended trailer and poster for his superhero horror movie Brightburn. The Guardians of the Galaxy filmmaker has a long history when it comes to the horror genre, having written Zack Snyder’s Dawn of the Dead remake and directed the original horror-comedy Slither back in the 2000s. More recently, he served as a writer and producer on 2017’s The Belko Experiment, a horror-thriller where office workers are forced to “compete” in a twisted social experiment that requires them to kill others in order to stay alive.

Brightburn, by comparison, is essentially a dark re-imagining of the Superman origin story. While Gunn isn’t a credited writer, he helped develop the movie’s premise and story with his cousin and brother, Mark and Brian. The latter pair went on to write the screenplay, with Gunn serving as a producer and David Yarovesky (the Guardians of the Galaxy: Inferno music video) calling the shots as director. Sony kicked off the marketing in late 2018 and has since released a pair of trailers for the film. Now, the movie has gotten an extended promo, to go along with an official poster.

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Gunn unveiled the Brightburn poster on his Twitter account today, shortly before revealing an extended 3-minute trailer for the film. You can watch the new promo below (via Comic Network), followed by the one-sheet.

The extended trailer is largely a combination of clips and footage from the previous Brightburn promos, but there is some fresh material here. Moreover, the extended preview offers a better taste of the film’s horrifying elements and R-rated violence than its predecessors did. Elizabeth Banks (who previously worked with Gunn on Slither) and The Office‘s David Denman star here as Mrs. and Mr. Breyer, a small-town American couple who discover an alien pod that’s crash-landed on earth and is carrying a mysterious otherworldly infant. However, as the new trailer illustrates, this familiar story takes a dark turn from there, as the baby grows up to be Brandon (Jackson A. Dunn): a seemingly ordinary boy who discovers he has super-human abilities… and doesn’t intend to use them for good.

Gunn originally planned to pull the curtain back on Brightburn at San Diego Comic-Con last summer, but his plans were cancelled when Disney fired him from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, a day before Sony’s SDCC panel. Gunn has since been “rehired” to direct the third Guardians of the Galaxy movie and is currently preparing to begin shooting The Suicide Squad later this year. In the meantime, however, it appears that Gunn will be doing his part to promote Brightburn and get everyone interested in seeing what a truly dark Superman movie could look like.

MORE: Everything You Need to Know About Brightburn

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2019-03-29 01:03:59

Sandy Schaefer

gen:LOCK Season 1 Finale Review: An Extended Battle Sequence Offers A Necessary Punch

The season 1 finale of gen:Lock, the Rooster Teeth anime featuring an impressive cast of voice talent that includes Michael B. Jordan, Maisie Williams, Asia Kate Dillon, Dakota Fanning, and David Tennant, essentially boils down to one massive, extended battle sequence. The decision to focus on spectacle is ultimately a smart move for the animated series, as the central storyline of gen:LOCK has been thin to from the start. And although there have been some surprising developments, like the discover that Jordan’s Julian Chase is also literally his own worst enemy, the show’s skill set lies almost entirely in providing cool visuals of giant robots defying the laws of physics and pummeling one another into the ground. 

The season has mostly been building to this point, with the Vanguard crew of gen:LOCK mech pilots discovering that no matter how powerful their robot avatars might be on their own, there’s no substitute for a team effort. It’s as fragile a conceit as the one the rest of the series is based on — a war between a mostly faceless authoritarian regime and the brave soldiers fighting what was a losing war against them — but the show makes the message work in its own plucky way. gen:LOCK also relies on some equally fragile concepts, like the team coming together to share a single mind in order to overcome the seemingly insurmountable force that is Nemesis (i.e., Julian Chase) and his nano-based super robot thingy. 

There have been not-so subtle hints of Ghost in the Shell and other popular series, like Gundam and Voltron, floating around the narrative for the past seven episodes, but, for what it’s worth, gen:LOCK has tried to make its mech-based, technologically advanced world into something all its own. By the end of ‘Identity Crisis,’ it’s not quite there, but there are signs that, if the series were to continue, the show might be able to develop its characters and its world into something that isn’t as two-dimensional as its animation. 

Much of that has to do with the way the season finale forces Julian to make a choice, one that fundamentally alters who he is as he gives up his only (tentative) physical link to what he believes is his humanity. By breaking the rules of the procedure that allows him and his teammates to embody the giant mechs, Julian ostensibly abandons his already broken body, a move that pushes him closer to becoming the very thing he’s fighting. There is, admittedly, something interesting in the idea, that he is willfully flirting with disaster and courting the same scenario that drove his other self mad and turned him into, well… the team’s nemesis. With less than a half an hour with which to work, it’s understandable that gen:LOCK tends to put an emphasis on action rather than the flimsy existential nature of Julian’s dilemma and, ultimately, his choice, but it’s also possible that the final battle could have been cut short to better explore the nature of the changes Julian was about to undergo. 

Despite some of the surface-level problems of the story, gen:LOCK nevertheless managed to take some bold steps in its first season. Those mainly had to do with the twist of who Nemesis really was, and the fact that David Tennant’s Dr. Rufus Weller didn’t survive the late-season attack that nearly crippled the Vanguard. Those sort of moves generate a certain amount of intrigue, and can give the series what seems like very high stakes — which is useful in a world where characters can survive certain death by a variety of means (as Julian proves). But it’s also a technique that is sure to experience diminishing returns if that’s all it relies on. (Just look at the difference between Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead for a good example of how a show needs to have more than just the idea that anyone can die at any time to be successful in the long run.)

gen:LOCK ends its first season by looking to the future, and by hinting at a greater emphasis on the individual characters of the main team, even as they will inevitably toy more with the idea of literally becoming one in order to overcome their greatest obstacles. If the series can strike the right balance between the two, it might also overcome its storytelling obstacles to become something far more compelling. 

Next: The Widow Review: A Slow-Burn Mystery Squanders A Great Kate Beckinsale

gen:LOCK season 1 is available in its entirety on Rooster Teeth.


2019-03-09 11:03:02

Kevin Yeoman

HOBBS & SHAW Extended Teaser Trailer (NEW 2019) Dwayne Johnson, Fast & Furious Movie HD



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Captain Marvel Extended TV Spot: Carol Danvers Shows Off Her Photon Blast

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UPDATE: Read our breakdown of the new Captain Marvel trailer.

Marvel Studios releases a Captain Marvel sneak peek, offering fans a new look at the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe movie introducing Brie Larson as Carol Danvers. Fans of Carol Danvers have been waiting years for her solo movie, originally slated to arrive in 2018 until the addition of Spider-Man and an Ant-Man sequel shifted the MCU slate back. After Captain Marvel was teased in the Avengers: Infinity War post-credits scene, fans have been eagerly awaiting her official debut in the MCU. That will come in the form of the 90s-set Captain Marvel, an origin story for the superhero and a prequel to the majority of the MCU.

Captain Marvel will introduce viewers to Carol Danvers (Larson), a woman who grows up on Earth and becomes a U.S. Air Force fighter pilot, but disappears and eventually returns as a member of the elite Kree team known as Starforce and without the memories of her past. She reappears on Earth looking for insight into who she is and looking to end the Kree-Skrull War. Though the full Captain Marvel trailer only released last month, a special sneak peek on ESPN offers a new look at Captain Marvel.

Related: Every Marvel Movie & TV Show Coming In 2019

Tonight, during the College Football Playoff National Championship game between the Clemson Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide, ESPN debuted both a behind-the-scenes look at Captain Marvel as well as an extended TV spot. Watch the TV spot below.

Captain Marvel will reunite MCU fans with characters like Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) as well as Guardians of the Galaxy’s Ronan the Accuser (Lee Pace) and Korath (Djimon Hounsou). The Captain Marvel trailers have also introduced new characters, like Skrull leader Talos (Ben Mendelsohn), Maria Rambeau (Lashana Lynch) and Jude Law’s mysterious character. As with previous teasers, the latest look at Captain Marvel focuses on the hero herself, paying particular attention to what brings her to Earth – which is discovering who she truly is and trying to find a way to bring an end to the Kree-Skrull War.

Further, though previous Captain Marvel trailers have offered glimpses of the few returning MCU characters, this latest video largely focuses on Carol’s dynamic with Nick Fury. The new extended TV spot features Carol showing off her photon blast for Fury and trying to get him up to speed on the abilities of the Kree and the Skrulls, with the latter alien race being shapeshifters. Plus, the dialogue between Carol and Fury features plenty of the funny quips that have become integral to all the MCU movies. Lastly, the teaser also dives a little deeper into Law’s still unconfirmed character, who leads the Starforce and mentors Larson’s Carol.

This latest Captain Marvel teaser offers fans a great deal of new footage, which should help to hype up viewers ahead of the movie’s early March release. And, now that Captain Marvel tickets are on sale, Marvel Studios will no doubt ramp up promotion for Carol Danvers’ solo movie even more.

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2019-01-07 07:01:43

Venom Movie Granted Extended Box Office Run in China

Blockbuster smash Venom has been granted an extended theatrical run in China following its tremendous success in that market. Sony rolled the dice when they opted to give Eddie Brock a solo film, but nobody is arguing with the results. Despite being widely panned by critics, Venom became an unlikely audience favorite over the fall, breaking October box office records and launching a new franchise for the studio. There’s no denying the film left a sizable pop culture footprint, seeing that fans were quick to ‘ship Eddie and Venom – to the point where Sony embraced that angle for home media marketing.

Domestically, Venom posted a respectable, but hardly substantial, $212.3 million. The worldwide box office made the film the hit it is, as the global total currently stands at a whopping $845.5 million. That figure is higher than Justice League, every X-Men film ever, and even the juggernaut that was Wonder Woman. Things are going so well for Venom that Chinese audiences don’t want to see it go, and luckily for them, it’ll be sticking around for a little longer.

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According to DeadlineVenom will have extended play in China. The film has actually made more money there than anywhere else in the world. To date, $260.5 million of the worldwide haul comes from Chinese ticket sales. Venom is about to pass Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom ($261.2) on the Middle Kingdom’s 2018 charts and be the country’s seventh highest-grossing movie of the year.

This development is not surprising at all. Venom broke Chinese records when it opened there back in November and has demonstrated incredibly strong legs over the course of its lucrative run. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald was no match for it, earning a paltry $37.5 million to Venom’s $51 million during their showdown. Since the comic book film continues to generate strong business, it makes perfect sense for China to keep it around. What will be interesting to see, however, is how Venom coexists with newcomer Aquaman, which opens in China on December 7. There must be some confidence Venom will remain a sizable draw to give it this extension, but its stranglehold on the box office should loosen up a bit.

Regardless of how much more Venom makes, it’s safe to say it’s exceeded even the rosiest expectations and Sony has to be thrilled with how everything turned out. The studio has yet to officially date the inevitable sequel, but Venom 2 is actively in development and may prove to be an even bigger hit than its predecessor. As teased in the post-credits scene, the followup will pit Venom against his nemesis Carnage, which is a battle fans have wanted to see on the big screen for a long time. It took Sony quite a long time to get to this point, but they finally struck Marvel gold with Venom.

More: How Venom’s Success Could Change the MCU (And Spider-Man)

Source: Deadline



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2018-12-05 04:12:46

True Detective Season 3 Gets an Official Premiere Date & New Images

HBO has announced that True Detective season 3 will premiere early next year on Sunday, January 13. Nic Pizzolatto’s crime anthology series hasn’t been on the air since it wrapped its largely-derided second season in August 2015 and went on an extended break, in an effort (on the network’s part) to give the show’s creator more time to deliver a third installment that could better live up to the standard set by the series’ widely-celebrated freshman run. Judging by everything that we know about season 3 thus far, it seems that Pizzolatto is taking a back to basics approach with his latest crime narrative.

True Detective season 3, like season 1, takes place in the U.S. South (the Ozarks in Arkansas, to be exact) and explores a narrative that unfolds across multiple time periods (three, in this case). Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali stars in Pizzolatto’s new crime story as state police detective Wayne Hays, a fellow who (much like season 1 detectives Rust Cohle and Marty Hart before him) is haunted in the present by a case that he originally worked years earlier, back when he was a younger man. As Wayne puts it in the True Detective season 3 teaser trailer, “I want to know the whole story”.

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In addition to confirming the premiere date, HBO has released a handful of new images from True Detective season 3 that feature Ali with his costars Carmen Ejogo (the Fantastic Beasts movies) and Stephen Dorff (Somewhere). You can check them out in the space below.

Pizzolatto is once again the sole writer on True Detective season 3 (though he got an assist from Deadwood‘s David Milch on episode four) and further directed this season alongside Daniel Sackheim (Jack Ryan) and Jeremy Saulnier (Hold the Dark). However, even with so many of the same story elements as season 1 and equally strong acting talent, season 3 is still missing an important ingredient from the show’s first season – namely, Cary Fukunaga, who helmed all eight episodes and is generally credited for elevating the series in a high-art take on pulpy crime genre tropes.

Still, there’s a lot about True Detective season 3 that sounds promising on paper and it seems reasonable to assume that, if nothing else, this installment will be a step-up from the slow mess that was season 2. Moreover, for fans of Ali’s work in films like Moonlight (which he won his Oscar for) and his soulful performance as the villainous Cottonmouth from Netflix’s Luke Cage season 1, this new season of True Detective promises to showcase the actor’s powerful screen presence in a way that it never has been before.

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True Detective season 3 premieres January 13, 2019 on HBO.

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2018-10-11 01:10:23 – Sandy Schaefer