REVIEW: Jamie Lee Curtis Makes an Incredibly Strong Comeback as a Laurie Strode for Modern Times in ‘Halloween’

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It was October 1981.  I saw 1978’s Halloween for the first time.  I had just turned three years old, 3 weeks prior.  The first memory of my life was watching this movie with my dad, because I largely slept through it, I think.  It had premiered on NBC that October and I agreed to watch […]

VIDEO: Michael Myers Mask Discussed By the People Behind the New ‘Halloween’

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To promote its upcoming release of Halloween (out Friday), Universal Pictures has released a brief featurette where the Filmmakers discuss the iconic Michael Myers mask. The man who played Michael Myers in the original 1978 film, Nick Castle, recently told EW that by his estimation, the secret of success to Myers’ legacy is his iconic mask. “It […]

Filming Has Wrapped on ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home,’ Announces the Sequel’s Star

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Principal photography on Spider-Man: Far From Home, director Jon Watts’ anticipated sequel, has confirmed completion according to Tom Holland. The young actor, who plays Peter Parker and Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, today has posted some photos on his Instagram account, which capture the last day’s shooting. View this post on Instagram Walking into […]

FIRST LOOK: Poster for The CW’s DC TV 3-Night Arrowverse Crossover ‘Elseworlds’

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Just yesterday, we got our first glimpse at Tyler Hoechlin’s black-suited Superman for the DC/CW December crossover between The Flash, Arrow and Supergirl.  The picture came to us via Arrow star Stephen Amell’s Twitter feed. Now, the actor is back at it again, this time introducing us to the compelling-looking poster for the highly anticipated 3-Night adventure: […]

New Clip From ‘Halloween’ Pays Homage to the Original ‘Halloween II’

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Although completely separated from any other Halloween movie outside of the original, director David Gordon Green still manages to throw in many nods to previous films in the franchise for his version.  Bloody Disgusting exclusively has a look at a new clip from the film, just ahead of it’s highly anticipated release this coming Friday.  […]

‘Really Stupid’ Last Filmed ‘Avengers 4’ Line Is Revealed By Chris Evans

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Possibly marking the final time that Chris Evans will play Captain America, filming officially wrapped on reshoots for Avengers 4 last week.  This weekend, Evans was at ace Comic Con in Chicago, where he revealed that the final line he shot on the project was actually “really stupid.”. According to ComicBook.com, who asked Evans about his last […]

‘Gotham’ Showrunner Bruno Heller Has Found His Alfred for ‘Pennyworth,’ a New Batman Prequel Series

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Jack Bannon (The Imitation Game) will take on the title role in the premium cable channels 10-episode scripted drama series about Bruce Wayne’s butler, Alfred Pennyworth. Despite the presence of showrunner Bruno Heller, the series is not a prequel to Gotham. Pennyworth revolves around the titular character, a former British SAS soldier in his 20s, […]