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‘Alien: Covenant’ Prologue Video Shows Elizabeth’s Journey After ‘Prometheus’

With “Alien: Covenant” being the next mission after “Prometheus,” many were wondering when the first film’s story would be further explored. In the recent prologue video above, we get those supplemental details of the journey to the Engineer home world by David and Elizabeth. While there is still much to be desired from the story, we do get to see how they made the journey and the moment when they reach their destination. Unfortunately their arrival is where things end for this prologue.

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Taissa Farmiga To Star In ‘The Conjuring’ Spinoff ‘The Nun’

Following in her sister’s footsteps (Vera Farmiga), Taissa Farmiga will be incorporated into “The Conjuring” film universe. “The Nun” will be the fourth film in the series and the second spinoff (“Annabelle” being the other). “The Nun” will primarily center around the horrific nun that makes an appearance in “The Conjuring 2.”

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Amazing Disney Mondo Art Debuts At ‘Never Grow Up: A Disney Art Show’

Last month Mondo and Cyclops Print Works revealed they teamed up for an art gallery show themed around Disney. Titled “Never Grow Up: A Disney Art Show,” the event will showcase amazing artwork produced by some amazing artists centered around iconic Disney films. The more recent additions include “Bambi” and “Fantasia” alongside the already announced “101 Dalmations,” “Aladdin,” “Big Hero 6,” “Lilo and Stitch,” “Pinocchio,” and “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” Check out a few pieces of the artwork available when the event opens later this week.

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‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Trailer Is Action-Centric With A Big Spoiler

With a slew of A-List cast members, Matthew Vaughn’s “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” trailer arrives filled with action, turmoil, and quite a bit of excitement. With Taran Egerton returning to the lead role of Eggsy, we see him accompanied by many other lavish characters. With this sequel following the usual formula of a bigger bang stemming from a bigger budget, fans will most likely enjoy the action sequences they loved from the first film with a potential sensory overload.

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Understanding Cinema’s Obsession With Casinos

Iconic film characters like James Bond and legendary directors such as Martin Scorsese have using these gambling establishments as backdrops for their adventures in the past, and as long as the roulette wheels keep spinning, we can expect to see plenty more casino movies in the future.

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On the DVD Shelf with Eric: ‘Wizard of Oz’

As a DVD collector who has been at this for some time I thought it would be nice to help others who want to get into the hobby or just want some help. I research my DVDs before I buy and in fact it’s EXTREMELY rare for me to buy a movie I haven’t already seen. I don’t want to be stuck with a film I end up not liking. As it happens I got a hold of two different versions of “The Wizard of Oz” on DVD and the differences are quite interesting. Hopefully after reading this, you’ll know which one you want to own. So let’s get started.

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‘Rampage’ Film Adaptation Begins Filming Starring Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson

As the next video game to get the film adaptation treatment, “Rampage” has officially begun filming. While the game itself fell more into the realm of humor, the premise for the film adaptation leads us to believe this movie will have a more serious tone. With a laundry list of high profile cast members alongside Dwayne Johnson, this film may not be as bad as some would speculate.

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Trailer Premieres With An Epic Poster

It’s what we all have been waiting for and now the wait is over. In honor of the Star Wars Celebration, the trailer for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” arrives and definitely does not disappoint. Including most of the characters we know from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” the trailer gives us just a tidbit of what to expect following the events from the previous film.

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