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Written by Joe Bockol, the film will be co-produced by Astro-Nomical Entertainment in association with Pelagius Entertainment. read more
The third installment of the franchise is set to hit theaters June 20. read more
Warner Bros. is delaying its Scooby-Doo animated movie “Scooby” for nearly two years to May 15, 2020. The studio had announced in 2015 that it was in development on “Scooby” with a release date of Sept. 21, 2018. Variety reported in September that Dax Shepard is in negotiations to direct the movie. Producers are Charles Roven… […]
Publisher Kodansha and Production I.G announced the project. read more
The Weinstein Co.’s film about a would-be ballerina in 19th century Paris has moved to Labor Day weekend. read more
Punching volcanoes and fighting cyborg T-Rexes are all just another day on the job for King Kong. read more
The show centers on a group of heroes who try to “level up” and overcome the obstacles that an evil foe Lord Boxman sends their way. read more
Cal Dodd looks back on the painful end of the show (“It was like losing my right arm”) and meeting Hugh Jackman shortly after the actor was cast to play the mutant on the big screen. read more
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