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MYSTERIOUS MYSTERIES

Will Nancy Drew get to the bottom of a terrifying local legend? What sort of spooky spine-tingler is Edgar Wright cooking up? Which Supreme Court Justice is now a LEGO? All this and more in this week’s movie news roundup.

NEW TRAILER FOR NANCY DREW AND THE HIDDEN STAIRCASE

Literature’s favorite teen detective is back in the saddle (or on the skateboard, as it were. The modern retelling of one of Nancy Drew’s classic capers is sure to serve up equal parts chills, thrills, and spills, as shown by the new first-look trailer.

EDGAR WRIGHT IS WORKING ON AN UNTITLED PSYCHOLOGICAL HORROR-THRILLER

Hot on the heels of Baby Driver‘s high-speed success story, off-beat auteur Edgar Wright is hard at work on his next project: an untitled horror-thriller touted to be more serious (and scary) than his usual genre-blending fare. Details are scarce, but anticipation is high for more scares from the man behind Shaun of the Dead.

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG JOINS THE CAST OF THE LEGO MOVIE 2

The notorious RBG is now a L-E-G-O, and she’s ready to adjudicate and subpoena her way through the candy-colored world of The LEGO Movie 2. The Supreme Court superstar joins an already star-studded sequel due out next month.

BUMBLEBEE SEQUEL IN DEVELOPMENT

After a major money-making performance at home and abroad, the well-received Transformers sequel Bumblebee is due for a direct sequel some time soon. We don’t know what sort of adventures are in store for the titular bot and his BFF, but director Travis Knight has plenty of ideas brewing.

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NEW SPINS

 

Classics with a twist dominate this week’s entertainment news cycle, as updated reimaginings of familiar properties storm a theater near you.

 

LEADS CAST FOR WEST SIDE STORY REMAKE

 

 

The Jets and the Sharks will welcome some new faces in Steven Spielberg‘s forthcoming version of West Side Story, including 17-year-old high schooler Rachel Zegler as Maria and Broadway actors David Alvarez and Ariana DeBrose as Bernardo and Anita.

 

They’ll join Ansel Elgort as Tony in what promises to be a lively, big-budget take on the musical theater staple.

UNCHARTED MOVIE FINDS DIRECTOR

 

 

The as-of-yet untitled film adaptation of hit video game Uncharted has new captain at the wheel: 10 Cloverfield Lane director Dan Trachtenberg.

 

The treasure-hunting, pirate-punching, mountain-scaling adventure already hasan action-ready lead in current Spiderman Tom Holland.

TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES REBOOT TO START PRODUCTION THIS YEAR

 

 

The heroes in a half-shell are back at it again in 2019, with a live-action reboot of the popular karat-kicking franchise set to begin filming before year’s end.

 

The cast and creative team remain to be seen, but fans can expect a unique journey into the tubular tunnels of the TMNT.

 

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE FILM UNDERGOING REWRITE

 

 

Matt Holloway and Art Marcum, co-writers of the Iron Man movie that launched a thousand super-sequels, are hard at work on a new script for the long-awaited Masters of the Universe film.

 

With He-Man and friends in the capable hands of Hollywood hit-makers, the cinematic return to Eternia promises to be worth the wait.

 

 

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UP, UP, AND AWAY

 

Super-powered sequels, power-packed contests, and super secret surprises are all in store for this week’s movie news roundup.

 

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NEW CLIP FROM GLASS

 

 

With Glass, the grand finale to M. Night Shyamalan‘s secret superhero trilogy set to drop this month, anticipation for the twists, turns, and terror are at an all-time high.

 

A newly released clip featuring Samuel L. Jackson‘s titular Mr. Glass gives a tantalizing look at the terrifying team-up of the villains from Unbreakable and Split.

 

VENOM 2 ANNOUNCED

 

 

In the inky, black wake of Venom‘s huge box office success, the wheel’s are already in motion for a fearsome follow-up penned by returning writer Kelly Marcel.

 

With the addition of Woody Harrelson‘s demented villain Carnage, fans of the original are in for an even bumpier ride come 2020.

 

BRAD BIRD IS WORKING ON AN ORIGINAL MUSICAL

 

 

Hot on the heels of the worldwide smash Incredibles 2, director Brad Bird is hard-at-work on a top-secret project: an original musical that will combine live action and animated segments.

 

Details are scarce, but with Bird’s long-time composer Michael Giacchino on board the mysterious endeavor is definitely a project to watch.

 

 

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OUT WITH THE OLD, IN WITH THE NEW

 

As 2018 draws to a close, we turn our movie-watching eyes to a bright, shiny new year filled with romance, spectacle, and fun for all ages.

 

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME DIRECTOR IS ALREADY PLANNING OUT SEQUEL

 

 

Luca Guadagnino, the director of critically-acclaimed indie romance Call Me By Your Name, is more than ready to get to work on a follow-up, according to a new interview.

 

Describing a potential opening scene that mirrors the closing of the first film, Guadagnino bolsters hope for fervent fans of the daring drama.

 

NEW TV SPOT AND MOTION POSTER FOR CAPTAIN MARVEL

 

 

The Captain Marvel hype train is building steam as we approach the newest standalone Marvel film’s 3/8/19 release date, and new promos like a TV ad and motion poster featuring Brie Larson as the titular hero are adding fuel to the furnace.

 

NEW LEGO MOVIE 2 TV SPOT

 

 

The pieces are all in place for the much-anticipated sequel to 2014’s The LEGO Movie, including the ones that make up the LEGO-verse’s version of the Justice League, featured in the all-new TV add for the forthcoming family follow-up.

 

RESULTS FROM OUR READY PLAYER ONE EASTER EGG POLL

 

 

The results are in for our poll on your favorite pop-culture call-outs featured in the epic, reference-packed landscape of Ready Player One, and The Iron Giant soared past the other contenders as the clear favorite (with Jurassic Park just edging out Batman for the #2 spot).

 

Our signed Ready Player One novel giveaway winners have been selected from those who voted, and will receive an email notification shortly.

 

If you haven’t experienced the game-changing visuals and action-packed adventure of Ready Player One’s  yet, you still have until the end of today to save big on big thrills with our End of Year Sale.

 

 

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TIDINGS OF COMFORT AND JOY

 

Amazing savings, tantalizing sneak peeks, and helpful hints at franchise futures are all under the tree this holiday season.

 

VUDU 48-HOUR CHRISTMAS UHD SALE

 

 

Today and tomorrow, Vudu is bringing entertainment to the table with a heaping helping of hit movies in 4K UHD quality all for $10 or less.

 

You can check out the list of titles here and find the perfect pairing for celebrating the season your way.

 

HOLMES & WATSON VIGNETTE TRAILER

 

 

This ain’t your grandpa’s Sherlock Holmes (or your British cousin’s).

 

Will Ferrell and John C Reilly are putting their own spin on the classic detective tales in a new vignette trailer, and the proven partners are bumbling and bruising their way through every case, full steam ahead.

 

NEW PIRATES, SAME CARIBBEAN

 

 

Disney is forging ahead with an all-new, rebooted chapter in its Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, with a new cast and a first installment penned by the writers of Deadpool.

 

No word so far on what production might begin, but fans are already battening down the hatches for a new era of high seas adventure.

 

MORE JOHN WICK SEQUELS MAY BE ON THE WAY

 

 

With the rousing success of John Wick: Chapter 2 and a third film due out soon, series’ director Chad Stahelski has opened up about the possibility of future installments.

 

Stahelski expressed that he and star Keanu Reeves would be more than happy to continue the franchise for as long as it holds audiences’ interest, so with any luck the aggrieved assassin won’t be retiring any time soon (sorry, John).