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If you didn’t Meet The Blacks in 2016, they’re back this weekend in Deon Taylor’s second horror-comedy installment. The first film was a send-up of The Purge. This one – The House Next Door: Meet The Blacks 2 — goes gothic. Star Mike Epps returns as Carl Black, about to face off with a neighbor from hell, Dr. Mamuwalde (Katt Williams). He’s a pimp who may or may not be a vampire and Carl’s got
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‘Black Widow’ Advance Tickets Go On Sale; New Clip From Movie Drops – Deadline You will be redirected back to your article in seconds Skip to main content June 11, 2021 8:51am Services to share this page. Tickets are now on sale for the July 9 theatrical release of Disney/Marvel’s Black Widow. Despite the movie’s simultaneous availability on Disney+ Premier for $29.99 with its theatrical release, box office sources still believe the pic has a
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Cliff Marks is retiring as president of NationalCinemedia on July 1 but will continue to work with the big movie theater advertising network as a consultant in a multi-year deal, the company announced Wednesday. The 19-year NCM veteran joined from ESPN and was an original member of the leadership team in 2002 when it was then known as Regal CineMedia Corporation. Marks is an acknowledged force in transitioning the movies into a premium video option
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Longtime Bruce Springsteen fans are well-practiced in the art of waiting in line for tickets, a skill that could come in handy today with reports of virtual wait times for the recently announced Springsteen on Broadway revival clocking in at two hours and counting. And the price per ticket? Six hundred bucks seems to be a bargain on the primary seller site, with secondary sites already seeking well in advance of that price. Sellers on
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Aaron Sorkin’s To Kill a Mockingbird will return to Broadway on Tuesday, October 5, at the Shubert Theatre, with Jeff Daniels will reprise his originating role as ‘Atticus Finch’ and Celia Keenan-Bolger returning in her Tony Award-winning performance as ‘Scout Finch.’ The announcement was made today by producer Barry Diller. Scott Rudin is no longer credited as a producer, having announced his intention to step back from his Broadway projects following accusations of his abusive
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