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Foxtail Entertainment’s Matt Malek Wants To Bring Meaning Back To Movies

Foxtail Entertainment partners Matt Malek and Anita Gou are striving to bring the heart back into cinema with their company. Formed with the intent of bringing meaning to a film while striving for entertainment value, Foxtail Entertainment is paving a path for cinema that true cinephiles can get behind. We had the chance to speak with Matt Malek on his goals for the business and his benevolent mission for the film industry.

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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Trailer 3 Shows Off What The Suit Can Do

“Spider-Man: Homecoming has got the momentum rising with the third official trailer for the film. In this trailer we see a bit more action and interaction with the focus being the mechanics of the Spidey suit created by Tony Stark. With its own AI system and a variety of other gadgets, it looks like there’s a lot more in store in Sony’s third film franchise for Spider-Man.

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Former 007 Sir Roger Moore Passes Away at 89

On May 23rd 2017, Sir Roger Moore has passed away. Former James Bond actor and humanitarian Sir Roger Moore died from his fight with cancer in Switzerland. At the ripe old age of 89, Sir Moore had been fighting numerous health issues such as diabetes and different forms of cancer. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Tholstrup and three children. In their statement they said, “Thank you Pops for being you, and being so very special to so many people.”

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Justice League: Zack Snyder Out, Joss Whedon In Amidst Tragedy

Due to the unexpected loss of his 20 year old daughter Autumn, Zack Snyder has decided to step down from his directorial role in the “Justice League” film. After losing her to suicide this past March, Snyder went back for reshoots on the film alongside some script changes from Joss Whedon. After being on set, Snyder felt he could not continue and asked Whedon to continue the film in his place.

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Terry Gilliam’s “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” Delayed AGAIN?!?

Director Terry Gilliam has once AGAIN had his film “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” delayed. The long-awaited film has been put on hold this time for a court case. Specifically it comes from a former co-producer from a previous attempt. Paulo Branco of Alfama Films claims the film is “patently illegal” due to him still owning the rights to the film. Whether or not that is true will likely be contested. Especially when the current co-Producer Jeremy Thomas has already called the claim “preposterous.” The film was set to begin filming in October then March, but now will have to wait to resolve this.

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Tom Hardy Is Venom In Sony’s Spider-Man Spinoff

With the discussion of the Sony Venom spinoff continually being supplemented, the biggest news yet has arrived with Tom Hardy officially being cast as one of Spider-Man’s most notable villains. In addition to the casting announcement, we have also learned that “Zombieland” director Ruben Fleischer will be directing the upcoming film.

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Top 5 Best Step Families in Film

Families are a funny thing. They can drive us so crazy, but at the same time we never stop loving them. It’s the old saying that blood is thicker than water. But not always. I like many people in this day and age come from an extended family. Some are related by blood, some are not. Compared to a lot of other people (and Disney films) I had a great relationship with my step parents. For this Mother’s Day I thought it would be nice to honor the best step families on film. Let’s get started, but before we do there probably will be some SPOILERS in these entries.

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RIP Michael Parks at Age 77

With all of these bigger name celebrity deaths of the past year or so it can be easy to overlook someone like Michael Parks who passed away on May 10th at the age of 77. No word yet about the exact cause of death. This was confirmed by his agent, Jane Schulman. He is survived by his wife and son, Oriana and James. Born in April in 1940 in Corona, California. You may not recognize the name, but he’s been in some of the best (and worst) reviewed films of the past couple of years.

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‘Blade Runner 2049’ Trailer 2 Gives An Epic Look At The Story

Denis Villeneuve is taking Ridley Scott’s vision even further into the future with “Blade Runner 2049.” Thirty years into the future to be exact and uniting the legendary Harrison Ford with “La La Land” star Ryan Gosling. This trailer brings us the context we’ve been searching for since the first teaser trailer we saw last year.

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Review: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Brings Amazing Visuals To A Generic Plot

Picking up shortly after the previous film, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” continues the Guardians’ journey while exploring Peter Quill’s parental origins. While Peter and some of the crew are discovering more about Peter’s father Ego, they are also being pursued by a number of opposing forces with their own motives. With a gorgeous backdrop as they traverse the galaxy, does this film live up to the hype?

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Why Han Solo Should Have Been a Jedi

We all love Han Solo. His personality and swagger are what many strive for in life. But while we love his antihero persona and sometimes harsh nature, his natural “luck” sometimes exceeds that of common characters in the “Star Wars” universe. While he may not officially be a Jedi or in tune with the force, he definitely shows signs that say otherwise. Join us as we explore the many reason why Han Solo could and should have been a Jedi.

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