Stephen King's The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon next in line for movie adaptation from It producers

Thanks in no small part to the success of It, Hollywood has renewed its interest in Stephen King’s bibliography—and with a rather expansive collection of works comprised of novels, novellas, short stories, and e-books, the movie and TV industries should be well-stocked on material for the foreseeable future. The next…

Holy crap, Lana Wachowski is directing a new Matrix sequel starring Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss

As it turns out, those denials of a new Matrix sequel were every bit as much of an illusion as that damned spoon. Variety brings the rather surprising news that Lana Wachowski—one-half of the duo behind the original trilogy—is returning to direct a fourth installment in The Matrix series. And in a whoa-worthy turn of…

Aladdin producer confirms live-action sequel is "in the early stages," so there's still time to stop this thing

As with Disney’s other live-action and “live-action, wink wink” remakes, Aladdin made a lot of money. In scientific terms, it generated a “metric crap-ton of cash dollars,” so we probably don’t need to tell you that the folks at Disney are already pondering a sequel to keep that money train chug-chug-chugging along.…

Disney executives apparently worried Jojo Rabbit's anti-Nazi message is too edgy for Disney fans

Thanks to the massive success of Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi has become a beloved entity at Marvel, which recently signed the filmmaker to direct the follow-up, Thor: Love And Thunder. Waititi’s next film, however, has reportedly become something of an emblem for parent company Disney’s rocky acquisition of Fox.

Here are all the famous people doing voices on The Simpsons and Bob's Burgers next season

FOX’s “Animation Domination” continues this fall with the return of The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, and the premiere of the brand-spankin’-new series Bless The Harts. And as they descend upon your television, so too comes the annual roster of impressive guest stars. FOX has officially announced the famous…

Unearth some repressed memories with an hour-long MTV special on 1999's "Year In Rock"

It was the best of times and the most NuMetal of times. A time for JNCOs and boy bands and girly pop icons, for The Matrix and The Blair Witch Project. It was, in the words of Fred Durst, “1999, baby!” And it culminated in the Y2K panic that sent your mom hurtling toward Costco at light speed to stock up on bottled…

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