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Daisy Ridley Says ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Already Revealed Rey’s Parents

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by Britt Hayes a day ago
Lucasfilm
One of the biggest questions we were left with at the end of The Force Awakens, aside from “Do you think Luke makes his own organic soap out there on that space island?” was “Who the heck are Rey’s parents?” It’s a question that won’t be answered in the Star Wars universe until Episode VIII hits theaters late next year…unless you’re a real smarty-pants like Daisy Ridley.

Marvel’s ‘The Inhumans’ TV Series Borrows ‘Iron Fist’ Showrunner

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick a day ago
Marvel Comics
Marvel’s Netflix Iron Fist didn’t truly get rolling until the showrunner assignment of Dexter alum Scott Buck, whose next trip to the MCU is much more Inhuman. The forthcoming ABC IMAX drama has officially set Buck as its own showrunner, possibly necessitating a shift in Iron Fist’s future.

‘The Leftovers’ Sets 2017 Final Season Premiere, See the First Footage!

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick a day ago
HBO
Eagle-eyed fans of HBO’s The Leftovers got a quick taste of footage for the third and final season by Sunday’s “Coming in 2017” trailer, but at last, we’re finally narrowing that description. Find out when in 2017 Damon Lindelof’s rapturous existential drama will premiere Season 3, with a special message from the creators!

‘Suicide Squad’ Concept Art Proves That Jared Leto’s Joker Could’ve Been Way Worse

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by Britt Hayes a day ago
Warner Bros.
Jared Leto’s gritty ’n grilled take on the Clown Prince of Crime was easily the most controversial part of David Ayer’s Suicide Squad. Early photos of Leto’s tatted-up Joker drew heavy criticism from fans and launched a million jokes on social media, where he was compared to everything from a Juggalo to a Hot Topic mascot — and that was before we found out about his wacky on-set “method acting” antics, which permanently cemented his status as a ridiculous human being. But if you thought that version of the Joker was obnoxious, boy do we have some concept art for you.

Unfortunately, Netflix Has a New ‘Lemony Snicket’ Trailer for You

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick a day ago
Netflix
It is with great regret that we must direct you toward the latest trailer for Netflix’s take on Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, a thoroughly displeasing trailer that will only darken your day. Well … the series itself looks incredible, we just want you adequately prepared for all the despair sure to result.

Pixar’s ‘Coco’ Casts Gael Garcia Bernal and Benjamin Bratt, New Plot Details and Concept Art Revealed

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by Britt Hayes a day ago
Pixar
The development and production process for most animated films is often long, leaving us waiting for years between the initial announcement and the finished product. Pixar’s next original film (and the only one on their schedule that isn’t a sequel) is no exception. We first learned about Coco back in 2012, and now, four years later, with a fall 2017 release on the horizon, Pixar’s new film is officially on a roll — Gael Garcia Bernal and Benjamin Bratt have joined the voice cast, and the studio has revealed some intriguing plot details, along with a new piece of concept art.

The Best Movies of 2016 (According to Matt Singer)

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by Matt Singer a day ago
A24/Summit/A24
What a difference six months makes. Back in the summer, the world of film was all gloom and doom. Television was great; the movies were terrible. One respected critic even speculated that someday the world would look back at 2016 as “the year that movies died.”

Is This When HBO’s ‘Westworld’ Actually Takes Place?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick a day ago
HBO
For as many questions as HBO’s Westworld proclaimed to answer by Season 1 finale “The Bicameral Mind,” we still haven’t the clearest picture of a world outside the park, whether in actual geography, or the current year. Now, another easter egg on the Delos website may clarify how far off the world of Westworld is, multiple timelines and all.

A Third Version of Terrence Malick’s ‘Voyage of Time’ Is Coming to Theaters This Weekend

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by Erin Whitney a day ago
Wild Bunch
2016 began with a new Terrence Malick movie then gave us two versions of his first documentary effort. Then we got not one but two versions of his first documentary effort, and New Yorkers were treated to special screening of The Tree of Life accompanied by a live orchestral performance of Alexandre Desplat’s score. And now, Christmas has come early for Malick fans: we’re getting a third version of Voyage of Time this weekend.