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The Matrix Laurence Fishburne
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Rumor Has It Warner Bros. Wants a Morpheus ‘Matrix’ Prequel

If nothing else, the announcement that Warner Bros. is working on expanding the universe of The Matrix really makes me want to revisit the original films. Like most people, I was enamored with the first and disappointed by the sequels; the now-outdated CGI character modeling and frequent technobabble written by the Wachowski Sisters caught me a bit by surprise, and I was unnecessarily tough on the movies as a result. Now, though, I wonder if I might see the sequels with different eyes. When was the last time a blockbuster movie franchises so clearly marched to the beat of its own drum? Maybe this time around I will fully embrace the weird.

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Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images
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Rock And Roll Icon Chuck Berry Dies

The man who some say invented Rock and Roll, Chuck Berry, has died.

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Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Review: The Good, the Bad and the Beastly

From the good—Emma Watson and the music—to the beastly—LeFou's 'gay moment' joke and the jarring CGI objects, one lifelong Disney fan reviews 2017's 'Beauty and the Beast.'

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Here’s the ‘Deadpool’ Writers on Why the Film Would’ve Still Succeeded at PG-13

With the success of both Deadpool and Logan, 20th Century Fox has found a way to effectively differentiate itself from the other members of the superhero studio trifecta. Disney releases superhero films with broad appeal and a bright aesthetic; 20th Century Fox aims for more mature themes and isn’t afraid to incorporate both violence and profanity into its projects; Warner Bros…. well, they’re working on this, and when they figure out, it’s gonna be yuuuge. You’ll see.

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It’s Rough Nights All Around in the Latest Batch of ‘Ghost in the Shell’ TV Spots

After nearly six months of writing about teasers, trailers, and rumors for Paramount Pictures’ live-action Ghost in the Shell film, I figured it was time to sit down and actually watch the original 1995 animated movie. And I am here to tell you that it cleared up nothing for me. I’ll admit, the animation, production design, and soundtrack are all as impressive as rumored  —  the manga’s influence on the Wachowski Sisters is pretty hard to ignore in hindsight  —  but one movie was not enough to clear up my confusion regarding the Ghost in the Shell characters and universe as a whole.

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Emily Blunt and Julie Andrews
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Julie Andrews Gives Emily Blunt Her ‘Mary Poppins’ Blessing

Julie Andrews has nothing but nice things to say about Emily Blunt taking over the iconic magical nanny role in 'Mary Poppins.'

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‘Game of Thrones’ Creator George R.R. Martin to Open His Very Own Movie Studio

About a decade ago, one of the hot new trends in the film industry was states writing tax credits into their statutes and regulations for the film industry. The idea was that rather than making California and Vancouver double for every city in North America, Hollywood would be able to shoot on location at roughly the same cost and local business would benefit from access to studio productions. Of course, there is an obvious flaw with this plan: while studios might gain access to locations through tax credits, the local infrastructure they need  —  stages, technicians, union members  —  is often nowhere to be found. As recently as August 2016, Variety had declared this a dead experiment.

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London Celebrity Sightings -  November 29, 2016
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Liam Payne Gushes About Cheryl Cole: ‘It’s a Very Personal, Precious Time For Us’

Liam Payne gushes about the 'personal, precious time' he and girlfriend Cheryl Cole are having as a couple.

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Frazer Harrison, Getty Images
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Kate McKinnon, Mila Kunis in Talks for Action-Comedy ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’

Kate McKinnon’s star is steadily rising, and she’s taking Mila Kunis along for the ride. The SNL favorite is currently in talks to star with Kunis in The Spy Who Dumped Me, an action-comedy from Lionsgate adapted from a script by Susanna Fogel that started a bidding war in Hollywood earlier this week.

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Barack Obama
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Get Ready for a ‘High-Concept Workplace Comedy’ About the Obama White House Years

Obama hasn’t even been out of the White House for six months and already nostalgia for what used to be has hit its zenith amongst a good portion of the country. Anonymous Content and Universal Pictures are teaming up to adapt a book proposal written by a former White House stenographer, titled From the Corner of the Oval.

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New ‘The Matrix’ Movie Won’t Be a Remake, Zak Penn Assures Fans

Screenwriter Zak Penn said to call the new 'Matrix' movie a remake or reboot is 'inaccurate.'

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Dave Chappelle Talks ‘SNL’ Writers on Election Night, Louis C.K. Advice

Dave Chappelle had perhaps one of the hardest SNL gigs in recent memory, to follow the still-stunning upset of Election Night with humor. His monologue in particular set a tone for soldiering onward, for which Chappelle now offers new insight into the SNL writers’ room that week, and the advice Louis C.K. gave him.

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