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‘Black Mirror’ Season 3 Review: A Mixed Bag Of Horror and Hope

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by Erin Whitney October 20, 2016 @ 8:31 AM
Netflix
The brilliance of Black Mirror is how it feels relatable to our present, yet just far enough into the future. Creator Charlie Brooker described that distance best when he said the dark satire is about “the way we might be living in 10 minutes’ time if we’re clumsy.” There’s an emphasis is on the “we” in Black Mirror, a show that isn’t about the evils of technology, but the ways it can fuel the vile and detestable parts of human behavior to harrowing degrees.

Preview Bryce Dallas Howard’s ‘Black Mirror’ in New Season 3 Featurette

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 12, 2016 @ 11:49 AM
Netflix
In just over a week, we’ll be taking another trip through the Black Mirror, engaging Netflix in the dark technology parable for Season 3. We’ll understand if you need an early fix (maybe they’ll make a Black Mirror about it!), so check out new previews of two Season 3 episodes, including Bryce Dallas Howard’s “Nosedive.”

‘Black Mirror’ Visits Six Terrifying Realities in First Season 3 Trailer

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 7, 2016 @ 9:22 AM
Netflix
There’s no preparing yourself for new Black Mirror, exactly – it’s a place you need to visit for yourself. In fact, you may even do it six full times next Friday, as the first Season 3 trailer takes us through six different – and equally terrifying realities.

‘Gold’ Trailer: Matthew McConaughey Is Bald and Hunting For Gold

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by Britt Hayes September 8, 2016 @ 9:01 AM
Gold is the title of Matthew McConaughey’s new movie — it also happens to be the color of the Oscar statue, which is fitting, as the latest effort from filmmaker Stephen Gaghan (Syriana) looks like it could make the beloved actor an awards season contender once again. The first trailer for the holiday season release has arrived, touting a bald and bold McConaughey as man desperate to strike it rich. Spoiler: He does, but that treasure comes at a cost (insert sad trombone).

‘Black Mirror’ S3 Photos Reveal Bryce Dallas Howard, Gugu Mbatha-Raw

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 18, 2016 @ 11:04 AM
Netflix
It isn’t enough to gauge Black Mirror by photos alone - the series creates a vibe all its own to explore the dangers of technology and an increasingly unrecognizable world; one mere images of Bryce Dallas Howard, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mackenzie Davis could never capture. Anyway, here’s some photos of Black Mirror Season 3!

‘Pete’s Dragon’ Unleashes One More Magical Trailer

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by Britt Hayes August 1, 2016 @ 3:41 PM
Disney
This has been an underwhelming summer (to say the least), but there’s still hope that August will end this movie season on a positive note. One of our most anticipated releases of the month is Pete’s Dragon, which our own Erin Whitney calls a “worthy remake” and “one of the most stunning live-action animation hybrids Disney has made in years.” That’s the sort of praise that could really get you excited for Disney’s latest reimagining, but just in case you needed a little extra convincing, this new trailer is pretty persuasive.

‘Pete’s Dragon’ Review: A Worthy Remake With a Childlike Sense of Wonder

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by Erin Whitney July 27, 2016 @ 2:36 PM
Walt Disney
Disney’s 1977 musical ‘Pete’s Dragon’ was my favorite movie as a kid, one I watched obsessively on VHS. In retrospect, I can now look back on it as an adult and admit it was a pretty awful movie — it was about an orphan whose adoptive family chased him while gleefully singing songs about abusing him. The songs were bad (though my 6-year-old self enjoyed them), the acting was as campy and mawkish, and the shoddy animation looks laughable today. But as much as the movie was a dated element of its time, it still told an emotionally relatable story that, when handled by Disney, can become timeless. It only makes sense that the studio remade ‘Pete’s Dragon,’ keeping that same sentiment, but without the hokey songs and with more impressive visual effects.

‘Jurassic World 2’ Rumored to Begin Production in Hawaii in 2017

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by Britt Hayes July 21, 2016 @ 4:00 PM
Universal
Despite lukewarm reviews, Jurassic World made more than enough bank at the box office to guarantee a sequel. Universal recently set a 2018 release date for Jurassic World 2, with The Impossible director Juan Antonio Bayona taking over for Colin Trevorrow, who will still work on the screenplay with co-writer Derek Connolly. With just under two years until the next installment in the franchise hits theaters, we’ve been wondering when Bayona & Co. might get to work, and according to a new rumor, it won’t be long from now.

‘Pete’s Dragon’ Trailer: Better Bring Some Tissues to the Theater For This One

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by Matt Singer June 14, 2016 @ 11:49 AM
Disney
It’s been decades since I saw the original Pete’s Dragon, but from what I remember, I don’t get a lot of it in this trailer for David Lowery’s remake of the 1977 Disney film. Instead, it feels a lot more like The Iron Giant mixed with E.T., How to Train Your Dragon, and even the recent live-action Jungle Book directed by Jon Favreau. There’s not much in the way of wacky mischief and wild antics from an invisible dragon, and much more wonder and melancholy about the tender relationship between a boy and his amazing dragon, and the close-minded adults who want to destroy him.

Netflix’s ‘Black Mirror’ Adds Malachi Kirby, More to Cast

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 11, 2016 @ 11:37 AM
House of Tomorrow
It’s difficult to say what new Black Mirror episodes might look like, given a Netflix order four times its usual season length, but that hasn’t stopped the Twilight Zone-esque tech anthology from beefing up its talent. Not only did Alice Eve and Bryce Dallas Howard join in February, but now Roots star Malachi Kirby will lead a fiery new parable.