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Y’all, Lindsay Lohan is back. If the actress’ first leading role from a major studio in nearly a decade, Netflix’s Falling For Christmas, wasn’t enough of a signal, now she’s the star of Pepsi’s 2022 holiday commercial. It’s so delightful to see the Mean Girls and Freaky Friday actress reclaim her place in pop culture
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In the world of upcoming movies, the lineup of originals and continuing franchises in the Netflix stable seems to rolling right along. Netflix’s 2022 slate of original movies was quite aggressive and did manage to generate some huge hits. That hasn’t stopped creatives like actor/director/producer Ben Affleck from calling out the studio/streamer for being an
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Love Actually has become a holiday viewing tradition for many and stands as one of the greatest romantic comedies of all time, thanks to its ensemble cast, multiple interconnecting storylines, and eternally quotable dialogue. There’s one scene that lives in infamy probably more than any other, however, and that’s the one where David the Prime
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The live-action remake of The Little Mermaid is undoubtedly be one of the biggest upcoming Disney movies. A lot of the success of the forthcoming release could be directly connected to people’s love and nostalgia for the original animated movie. The classic movie kicked off the Disney Renaissance of the late ’80s and ’90s and
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Jake Gyllenhaal and Dennis Quaid are currently promoting their much-anticipated Disney animated project, Strange World. The two actors have been in many major projects certifying themselves as Hollywood A-listers. They even once co-starred on the disaster blockbuster The Day After Tomorrow, along with Shameless alum Emily Rossum. While this was a memorable film for many
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Though Bones and All director Luca Guadagnino claims his latest film is a beautiful romance, the cannibalism flick has more so become one of the most-talked about horror movies as of late. Much of the conversation surrounding the production (which is the second collaboration between Timothée Chalamet and the Call Me by Your Name director)
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In 2008, 19 years after the release of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Harrison Ford reprised Dr. Henry Jones Jr. in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Although Crystal Skull was met with a decent amount of positive reception from professional critics at the time and made over $790 million worldwide,
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There are certain movies that you watch once, and know in the moment you will never sit through them again. They bounce off of you, or worse, they offend you in such a way that you can appreciate someone else’s affinity for it, but you understand deep down that the movie wasn’t made for you.
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There are a number of celebrity couples that consistently make headlines, and for all the good reasons. Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are certainly in that category, thanks to their thriving careers, growing family, and sense of humor. A number of A-listers offered support in a Spirited rehearsal video featuring Reynolds and Will Ferrell dancing,
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Starting with 2011’s Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol, the Mission: Impossible movies have adopted subtitles rather than straightforward numerical ordering. That said, while the reasoning behind using Ghost Protocol, Rogue Nation and Fallout was rather vague, that’s not the case with Dead Reckoning. Writer/director Christopher McQuarrie has explained why this subtitle, which is being used
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