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The Emperor’s return in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has some very strange parallels to the old Legends. There’s nothing new about the idea of the Emperor coming back from the dead; in 1991 and 1992, Tom Veitch and Cam Kennedy produced the Star Wars: Dark Empire miniseries. George Lucas loved the comic, and bought copies as Christmas presents for his employees. Dark Empire envisioned a scenario in which Emperor Palpatine had been mysteriously resurrected, and
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2nd Update, Friday Midday: Wow, Focus Features. Universal’s specialty arthouse label is looking at their first No. 1 opener in nine years, the last one being George Clooney’s The American, has Downton Abbey looks to reap a $14.5M Friday (including $4.3M over two previews) for a 3-day of $33M. That will also double as Focus Features’ best opening in its history, besting the $22.7M debut of 2015’s Insidious Chapter 3.  Fox/New Regency’s Ad Astra via Disney remains ahead of
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5 minutes ago Actor and comedian Kevin Hart was in a major car accident earlier this month when the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda he was riding in went off the road. Fortunately, Kevin Hart survived the crash, although he suffered serious back injuries that required surgery. Now, with no movies on his plate, Kevin Hart is in therapy and ‘grateful’ to be alive. According to TMZ, Kevin Hart is feeling “shocked” recovering following the crash and
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A new behind-the-scenes photo for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie has been released, unsurprisingly depicting Jesse Pinkman as a little worse for wear. Created by Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad followed the journey of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) as he transitioned from a mild-mannered high school teacher into the criminal kingpin known as Heisenberg. The character recruited Jesse Pinkman, a former student, to assist him in building a multinational drug empire. Played by Aaron Paul,
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Universal had already reserved Aug. 14, 2020 on the calendar, and today they announced that the title opening on that date will be the Bob Odenkirk feature Nobody, which is described as John Wick meets Falling Down.  Odenkirk plays Hutch Mansell,  the guy you don’t notice.  A suburban dad, overlooked husband, nothing neighbor. A nobody. When two thieves break into his home one night, the incident ignites Hutch’s unknown long-simmering rage, propelling him on a brutal path
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