Category: Features
Dave Bautista Isn’t Giving His Performances as Drax Enough Credit
Dave Bautista Isn’t Giving His Performances as Drax Enough Credit

Marvel Cinematic Universe star and actor Dave Bautista recently raised some eyebrows with his comments during an interview with GQ regarding his MCU role of Drax the Destroyer. While Bautista expressed gratitude for getting the chance to play Drax, he…

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Will the Sequel Ever Happen?
Will the Sequel Ever Happen?

It’s almost been a decade since the action horror blockbuster film World War Z hit theaters. Soon after its release, a sequel was confirmed; however, fans of the film are still waiting for Gerry Lane (played by Brad Pitt) to…

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TAR Is ‘About The Corruptive Nature Of Power’ [Interview]
TAR Is ‘About The Corruptive Nature Of Power’ [Interview]

There is a line at the beginning of Todd Field‘s celebrated new film “TAR” that notes its subject, fictional conductor Lydia Tar, is many things. She’s an EGOT winner. She’s a best-selling author. She’s, in this world at least, a…

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This Last King of Scotland Scene Brilliantly Portrays Paranoia
This Last King of Scotland Scene Brilliantly Portrays Paranoia

Forest Whitaker delivered a performance of a lifetime as Ugandan dictator Idi Amin in The Last King of Scotland, exemplified by a nerve-shaking post-assassination scene that is a glorious cinematic representation of madness and paranoia. With exemplary camerawork, Kevin Macdonald…

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Where the Cast Is Today
Where the Cast Is Today

Whether you’re an OG fan of The Kids in the Hall, or you learned to love the comedy troupe through Comedy Central reruns in the late '90s, it’s safe to say that the show was a unique exercise in sketch…

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‘Tár,’ ‘Aftersun,’ ‘Amsterdam,’ ‘Banshees’ & More
‘Tár,’ ‘Aftersun,’ ‘Amsterdam,’ ‘Banshees’ & More

Despite being months and months away from when we should be revving up the Oscar chats, we’re officially in the season when people start them early. While September was a big month for film festivals, October continues the trend with ones such…

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Bee Movie Isn’t a Movie, It’s a Meme Factory
Bee Movie Isn’t a Movie, It’s a Meme Factory

Bee Movie, a movie that for all intents and purposes should have disappeared from the cultural landscape, remains top of mind thanks to a plethora of internet memes. Social media isn't always lauded as beneficial to the well-being of our…

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Could Removing Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman Benefit the DCU?
Could Removing Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman Benefit the DCU?

The DC Cinematic Universe (DCEU) has been in a state of course-correction ever since its conception. A desire to catch up with the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in record time has made the franchise's growth feel like an exercise in…

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‘The Midnight Club,’ ‘Werewolf By Night,’ ‘The White Lotus’ & More
‘The Midnight Club,’ ‘Werewolf By Night,’ ‘The White Lotus’ & More

Unsurprisingly, the October TV lineup is filled with horror series and adaptations of famous monsters, vampires, and corrupted men. Vampires, in particular, are having a big month, with updates to “Interview With The Vampire” and “Let the Right One In,”…

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Jeremy Renner’s Best Performance Isn’t as an Avenger
Jeremy Renner’s Best Performance Isn’t as an Avenger

Renner gives us the modern cowboy in this Taylor Sheridan-directed crime thriller. Image Via The Weinstein Company When someone brings up Jeremy Renner in conversation, typically it is because they are referring to his roles in Marvel movies and shows…

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Plot, Cast, Release Date, and Everything Else We Know
Plot, Cast, Release Date, and Everything Else We Know

Back on May 15, 2010, Jessica Watson returned to the land after spending 210 days on her own on a small boat, only 33 feet long. She had traveled more than 22,000 nautical miles; it was a triumph. Anyone would…

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Tony Gilroy Discusses Taking ‘Star Wars’ Seriously, The Original 5-Year-Plan, & Where ‘Andor’ Is All Headed [The Rogue Ones Podcast Interview]
Tony Gilroy Discusses Taking ‘Star Wars’ Seriously, The Original 5-Year-Plan, & Where ‘Andor’ Is All Headed [The Rogue Ones Podcast Interview]

‘The Rogue Ones: A Star Wars Andor Podcast’ returns with hosts Mike DeAngelo and The Playlist’s Editor-In-Chief, Rodrigo Perez. As with the previous episodes, each week, our hosts will recap and review the latest “Andor” episode and welcome cast members…

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