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Myung Chun / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images A “deeply remorseful” Will Smith posted an emotional, nearly six-minute long video on Friday in which he addressed his physical and verbal attack on Chris Rock at this past March’s Oscars.  “It’s been a minute,” reads a title card that begins the video, as Smith is […]

Roku Weird, the sort-of biopic about Grammy-winning parodist “Weird” Al Yankovic, will debut on Roku November 4. Al, himself, tweeted the news with a “Mark your calendars…” caption and a photo of the movie poster. Daniel Radcliffe is shown from the back, dressed in full Al costume, an accordion slung under his right arm as […]

Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic AMC has tapped Jessica Jones vet Krysten Ritter to produce and star in the spin-off to the Emmy-winning drama Orphan Black called Orphan Black: Echoes. For Ritter, the 10-episode series is a return to the network, for which she starred on Breaking Bad. AMC teases, “Set in the near future, Orphan Black: Echoes takes […]

Paramount+ The return of Beavis and Butt-Head on Paramount+ will come with remastered version of 200 original shows from the one-time MTV phenomenon. However, for B&B fans, some even better news: the videos may be back. DVD releases of the animated hit deleted the show’s bread and butter, the two teenaged dopes making fun of […]

Universal Pictures In an ongoing live loop of the teaser, Universal Pictures revealed on Thursday the first footage of Christopher Nolan‘s star-studded historical drama Oppenheimer. Frequent Nolan player Cillian Murphy plays J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb. As an atomic fire swirls through the frame, a voice-over says, “The force from which […]

Cannavale and de Armas — Netflix In the new full trailer to Blonde, the Marilyn Monroe biopic starring Ana de Armas, we see the screen legend grappling with her onscreen persona and how it conflicts with her troubled “real” life. “How did you get your start…in movies?” Bobby Cannavale‘s character asks Marilyn. “I guess I […]

FOX VICE TV has picked up its documentary series Icons Unearthed for a second season. This time around the subject is “Our Favorite Family,” The Simpsons. The deep dive into the titular residents of 742 Evergreen Terrace, and their friends and neighbors in Springfield, USA, is being produced by The Nacelle Company, the folks behind […]

Paramount+ The reboot of iCarly is getting a third season. Paramount+ announced the series will live on, and the cast’s junior year will get underway later this year, following season 2’s cliffhanger between Miranda Cosgrove‘s Carly and Nathan Kress‘ Freddie that fans dubbed #Creddie. Tanya Giles, chief programming officer of streaming for Paramount+, noted in […]

Amazon Studios “I’m not as strong as I used to be,” Sylvester Stallone tells a young fan in the trailer to his new action movie Samaritan. The project has the 76-year-old Rocky series star playing a retired superhero looking to put his past behind him, even though he’s still cleaning up the streets … as […]

Neilson Barnard/Getty Images (NOTE LANGUAGE) Chris Rock didn’t hold back at a recent stand-up gig at New Jersey’s PNC Bank Arts Center, where he addressed the infamous slap at the hands of Will Smith during the Oscars in March. “Anyone who says words hurt has never been punched in the face,” the comic quipped onstage, […]

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