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Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ Digital, 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD Release Dates and Bonus Features Announced
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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Writer and director Quentin Tarantino‘s ninth film, Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood, is making its way to home video soon.

Sony Pictures has announced both release dates and the bonus features that will be included in the Digital, 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD releases of the movie, and you can find all of the info below along with a deleted scene.

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Gamescom 2019: New Gameplay and Character Trailers For Hideo Kojima’s ‘Death Stranding’
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Death Stranding

To kick off Gamescom 2019 last night Geoff Keighley, the man behind the yearly Game Awards, hosted an opening night showcase.

Closing out this showcase was the great Hideo Kojima, who was on hand to share some new trailers for Death Stranding, his highly anticipated first non-Metal Gear game as director since 1994’s Policenauts—not counting the P.T. demo for the Silent Hill game we’ll never get to play, sadly. Kojima shared three new character trailers for the game, found below, one of which includes new peeks at gameplay footage.

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Movie Review: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Writer: Quentin Tarantino
Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Emile Hirsch, Margaret Qualley, Timothy Olyphant, Austin Butler, Dakota Fanning, Bruce Dern, Al Pacino
Distributor: Sony Pictures
Rated R | Minutes: 161
Release Date: July 26, 2019

Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is a deep and profound love letter that reads like an odyssey of the success and struggles of those who live within a world that only a few people understand. The director knows full well how things function and operate in this industry and, as such, provides an in-depth look at all the wheeling and dealing that goes on in a very meta way. Backed by a wealth of rich dialogue, razor-sharp humor, juicy violence, and fantastic chemistry between its leads in Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is a fascinating work of art with some blemishes.

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Release Date For Hideo Kojima’s ‘Death Stranding’ Revealed In Nearly 9 Minute Gameplay Trailer
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Death Stranding

Gamers have been excited about the latest game from Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima, titled Death Stranding, for three years now. But trailers and gameplay peeks we’ve seen over those three years, while awesome and intriguing, have left us clueless as to what the hell is actually going on in the game.

Thankfully a new trailer has been released, and I can absolutely confirm that I still have not a freakin’ clue what’s going on. But damn, it is pretty awesome. In fact, if I get a chance to review the game it might just say “Damn, that was awesome” and leave it at that.

The trailer shows off more of the game, including some new gameplay action, and introduces some new cast including a second film director making an appearance. It also reveals something Kojima fans have been eagerly awaiting for a long time: a release date. You can find more info and check out the trailer below.

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‘IO’ Trailer: Margaret Qualley and Anthony Mackie Are Two Of The Last People On Earth
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IO Trailer Netflix

An official trailer has been released for IO, an upcoming sci-fi movie starring Margaret Qualley and Anthony Mackie coming soon to Netflix.

IO is similar to movies like WALL·E and Oblivion—set on an Earth that’s been devastated, forcing humanity to re-locate. In it, Qualley and Mackie play two of the last humans on the planet, with the rest having moved to a new colony on Jupiter’s moon, Io.

You can read an official synopsis and check out the trailer below.

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‘Birds Of Prey:’ Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Justina Machado and More Testing For Roles
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Birds of Prey

Warner Bros. has made some excellent progress when it comes to adding diversity in their DC films. They were among the first to have a solo female superhero film to be directed by a female director. And now they’ve taken another huge step with Birds Of Prey, an all-female DC superhero ensemble. Directed by Cathy Yan, the film will see Margot Robbie reprising her DCEU role as Harley Quinn, who will be joined by DC characters Black Canary, Huntress, Cassandra Cain, and Renee Montoya in a fight to defend Gotham City against one of Batman’s most notable villains, Black Mask.

While Robbie is the only confirmed actress to board the film, a new report says Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Justina Machado,, and more are being considered for various roles. More on the story here below.

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SDCC 2017: New ‘Death Note’ Clip “Light Meets Ryuk”
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Ryuk in Netflix's Death Note

Netflix’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 previewed a pair of upcoming titles. One was Bright, a movie starring Will Smith and directed by David Ayer which is set in an alternate present-day Los Angeles where fantasy creatures such as orcs and elves exist. The other was their live-action adaptation of Death Note, the popular Japanese manga.

We’ve already seen an official trailer for the movie, which included some peeks at Ryuk. For Comic-Con, they shared a clip of the scene where Light meets Ryuk for the first time.

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‘Death Note’: Watch The Official Trailer For Netflix’s Live-Action Adaptation
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Netflix's Death Note

Netflix has released an official trailer for Death Note, a live-action adaptation of the Japanese manga of the same name being directed by Adam Wingard (The Guest, Blair Witch, and the upcoming Godzilla vs. Kong).

The movie stars Nat Wolff, Margaret Qualley, Lakeith Stanfield, Paul Nakauchi, Shea Whigham, and Willem Dafoe as the voice of Ryuk.

Continue below for a brief description of Death Note, and to check out the trailer as well as a bonus filmmaker featurette video with those who made the movie talking about it, including Wingard, the cast, and even an appearance from Heroes star Masi Oka, who’s a producer on the project.

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‘Death Note’ Movie Adds Willem Dafoe As The Shinigami Ryuk
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Ryuk the Shinigami in Death Note

A movie adaptation of the Japanese manga series Death Note has been in the works for a while now. Back in September of last year the movie was set up at Warner Brothers and The Fault In Our Stars and Paper Towns star Nat Wolff was signed on to play the lead.

Now the project has moved from Warner Bros. to Netflix, and it’s being reported that two-time Academy Award nominee Willem Dafoe (Shadow of the Vampire, Platoon) has joined the cast. According to the report, Dafoe will be voicing the character Ryuk, who is a Shinigami or “death god.” The Shinigami are described as extra-dimensional beings who extend their own lives by killing humans.

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Movie Review: The Nice Guys
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Movie Review: The Nice Guys starring Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe

The Nice Guys
Director: Shane Black
Screenwriter: Shane Black, Anthony Bagarozzi
Cast: Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Angourie Rice, Matt Bomer, Margaret Qualley, Keith David, Kim Basinger
Distributor: Warner Bros. Pictures
Rated R |116 Minutes
Release Date: May 20, 2016

“Before we deal with the crime of the century, let’s get rid of the fucking rotting corpse.”

30 years ago, Shane Black sold his first screenplay to producer Joel Silver. An action flick about a strait-laced detective forced to team with an unhinged cop, Lethal Weapon was a huge success, spawning multiple sequels. Black’s storytelling set a new standard for action comedies and redefined the “buddy film” genre. He was one of the highest paid screenwriters in Hollywood, writing movies like The Last Boy Scout, Last Action Hero, and The Long Kiss Goodnight before disappearing in the late ’90s.

Black resurfaced in 2005 with Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, his directorial debut. A neo-noir buddy comedy, the film follows a thief impersonating an actor and a private eye as they attempt to solve a murder. In 2013, he returned with Iron Man 3, a Marvel comic book movie that doubles as one of Black’s signature action-comedies. A snarky superhero and his by-the-books sidekick have to rescue the President of the United States from a terrorist who isn’t a terrorist at all, but rather an actor portraying one. Oh, and it’s set at Christmastime, too. It’s the most Shane Black thing ever, until The Nice Guys that is.

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