Movies

Marvel Studios Announces 2021-2023 Movie Release Schedule

On Monday, Marvel Studios revealed the release dates for its next 10 films, laying out a list of options aimed at meeting superhero fans’ pent-up demands into 2023.

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Nomadland is the Biggest Winner from the Oscars 2021

The Oscars 2021 ceremony concluded with Nomadland winning multiple awards in some of the biggest categories.

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What to Do About Racist Disney Movies

Back in 2020, Disney began placing content warnings on some of their movies that contain racist imagery.  For a long time, people had criticized many of Disney’s films such as Peter Pan and Dumbo for containing racist stereotypes and content.

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Days of Abandonment

The Days of Abandonment is currently in pre-production for HBO Films. This film will be an adaptation of Ella Ferrante’s best-selling novel of the same name.

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Disney Voiceover Artist Passes Away

Mark Elliott, who was the voice of Disney movie trailers, DVDs, and television promotions from the late 1970s to the early 2000s, has passed away at the age of 81. He was battling lung cancer and passed away on Saturday, April 3 in Los Angeles after suffering two heart attacks.

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HBCU Docuseries in Works: ‘Black Excellence’ project led by Stephen A. Smith, Propagate & Confluential Films

“Everywhere you turn — Athletics, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Corporate America — there’s excellence oozing from the African-American community, despite the odds. And more often than not, there’s a connection to HBCUs along the way,” muses longtime ESPN sports journalist Stephen A. Smith as he sets his sights on his next big project.

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Why I Am Not An Easy Man Is One Of My Favorite Foreign Films

In a world full of progressive ideals, we, as a society, still struggle to fight gender norms on a daily basis. Women are still constantly combatting misogynistic stereotypes and barriers. But what if these roles and norms were reversed?

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The Best Feminist Films to Watch for Women’s History Month

March is now upon us, which means it’s Women’s History Month! Being the avid movie fan that I am, I always turn to cinema when it comes to celebrating a holiday or honoring an occasion. In the spirit of celebrating everything female this month, I’ve compiled a list of four of my personal favorite films centered on women, with representation from a handful of time periods and genres to suit whatever mood you may be in when you decide to partake in your binge-a-thon.

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How Did This Get Made? Is a Hilarious Podcast for Bad Movie Lovers

If you’re a movie fan, I highly suggest you check out the podcast, How Did This Get Made? In fact, if you enjoy movies that are so bad but are highly entertaining because they’re so bad, then How Did This Get Made? is a dream come true for you. The show started in 2010, and is hosted by Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael, and Jason Mantzoukas, and features the friends breaking down some of the worst movies of all time.

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Why Jennifer’s Body Is a Misunderstood Feminist Classic

The 2009 horror film Jennifer’s Body, directed by Karyn Kusama and written by Diablo Cody, is vastly underrated as well as vastly misunderstood. What on the surface seems like a basic teen slasher film catered to the male gaze is in fact a queer, entirely female-led horror/comedy film that was ahead of its time.

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Disappointment Blvd.: Ari Aster’s Upcoming Third Feature-Length Film

Filmmaker Ari Aster has become one of the leading names in the horror genre over the last few years. His 2018 feature-length directorial debut, Hereditary (starring Toni Collette), gained universal acclaim and has additionally been hailed as “this generation’s ‘The Exorcist’.”

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Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland is a Strong Oscar Contender

While the full list of the 2021 Academy Awards nominations has yet to be released, one film that has garnered a lot of Oscar buzz is Nomadland. Written and directed by Chloé Zhao, Nomadland follows a protagonist named Fern (Frances McDormand) who travels throughout the American West in a van after losing her job and her possessions in the Great Recession.

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