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‘War Machine’ Trailer: Brad Pitt’s Here to Clean Up This Mess (Well, Maybe)

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by Britt Hayes 43 minutes ago
Probably the last thing you’d expect from the director of gritty Aussie crime drama Animal Kingdom, is a searing, Cohen brothers-level satire of the American war in Afghanistan — but that’s exactly what David Michod delivered with War Machine. In his new film, which premieres exclusively on Netflix, Brad Pitt stars in a not-so-subtle take on a certain four-star General who heads overseas to clean up a political mess, but despite his arrogance, he doesn’t leave things much different than he found them.

Even Jessica Walter Sees the ‘Arrested Development’-Trump Parallel

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick an hour ago
FOX / NBC
Any Arrested Development fan has likely noted some eerie parallel between the Bluth family and the perpetually-chaotic Trump administration. Season 4 even joked about a U.S.-Mexico border wall, though star Jessica Walter would now like to correct that the Bluths have more business sense than the First Family. Well, maybe not Gob.

Naomi Watts Aims a Sniper Rifle at a Child Abuser in First ‘The Book of Henry’ Trailer

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by Charles Bramesco 2 hours ago
Focus Features
As the director of the poorly-reviewed but highly lucrative Jurassic World and slated helmer for Star Wars: Episode IX, Colin Trevorrow has become Hollywood’s new go-to guy for massive franchises. But when he’s not somehow making dinosaurs boring or giving Star Wars fans nervous breakdowns, Trevorrow likes to reconnect with his roots in the indie world, where he first got his start as the man behind the middling sci-fi/romcom Safety Not Guaranteed. As a little breather between studio tentpoles, Trevorrow’s going back to basics with another small-scale, small-town adventure. And this time, he’s got an adorable secret weapon.

‘Legion’ Boss on David’s Post-Credits Fate, Jemaine Clement in Season 2

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 2 hours ago
FX
The first season of FX’s Legion has come to a close, bringing David’s battle against the Shadow King to a temporary halt. The X-Men legacy character has much bigger problems ahead, judging by the finale’s post-credits abduction and the Shadow King’s new host, so allow Noah Hawley to explain their significance in Season 2.

Cheerio, the New ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Poster Officially Confirms Colin Firth’s Return

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by Charles Bramesco 2 hours ago
20th Century Fox
Cheerio and cor blimey! Today brings a right proper new poster for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, and it’s lookin’ a bit cheeky, innit? Makes you wanna round up the lads, and head down to the pub for a bit of tea and crumpe— I’m sorry, I can’t keep this up. I’ve never been to Britain. I don’t even know what any of that means, I just know they said it on Skins.

Jordan Peele in the Running to Direct Warner Bros.’ Live-Action ‘Akira’

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by Charles Bramesco 3 hours ago
Toho
Life was good for Jordan Peele — star of a massively successful sketch comedy show, a nice little recurring role on FX’s Fargo, and he’s married to Chelsea Peretti, one of the coolest, funniest women currently working. Then he sprung his directorial debut Get Out on an unsuspecting America and everything rocketed to the next level. The massive windfall he conjured with a paltry $4.5 million budget blew open the gates of Hollywood for him, and like all novice filmmakers, a high-profile sophomore feature can’t be far off. Today brings the news as to what that next step might be, and it appears that Warner Bros. has big plans for Peele.

Johnny Depp Is ‘King of the Jungle’ in a Film About the Crazy Story of John McAfee

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by Emma Stefansky 17 hours ago
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There are good celebrity profiles, and then there are the ones that merit their own movies. In 2012, former antivirus software magnate John McAfee took Wired reporter Joshua Davis on a weird, darkly hilarious trip around his Belize compound while he was a person of interest in the Belizean investigation of an American expatriate’s murder. Who else could play him in a movie but certified weirdo Johnny Depp?

The ‘Annabelle’ Sequel’s Official New Title Is ‘Annabelle: Creation’

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by Emma Stefansky 18 hours ago
2014’s Conjuring spinoff Annabelle was a runaway box office hit, presumably because dolls will always be scary and people will always love being scared by them. Because any B.O. success warrants a sequel these days, David F. Sandberg (Lights Out) is hard at work on a new one, which released a teaser last fall. Today we’ve learned that the Annabelle sequel’s official title is Annabelle: Creation.

Oscar Isaac to Hunt Down Nazis in WWII Thriller ‘Operation Finale’

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by Emma Stefansky 18 hours ago
A24
Oscar Isaac seems big on period films these days. He’s got the upcoming The Promise, which is set during the Armenian Genocide during the late 1910s, X-Men: Apocalypse, which takes place during the 1980s, and the new trilogy of Star Wars movies which, as we all know, occur a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away. His latest project will see him traveling to the 1940s to hunt down Adolf Eichmann in World War II drama Operation Finale.