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Tom Hanks And Rita Wilson Test Positive For Coronavirus

  Academy Award winning actor Tom Hanks, along with his wife Rita Wilson, announced that they have both tested positive for the Coronavirus.   Darby HarnDarby Harn writes for Screenrant, CBR.com, Star Wars News Net, and Movie News Net. His sci-fi superhero novel EVER THE HERO debuted in January. His short fiction appears in Strange […]

Disney’s ‘Jungle Cruise’ Gets New Trailer and Poster Showing Us Adventure in the Amazon

Between Welcome to the Jungle (known as The Rundown in the US), Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and it’s sequel, Dwayne Johnson either loves going to the jungle or we just love watching him there. Whichever it is, his newest film Jungle Cruise, co-starring Emily Blunt (who hasn’t been to the jungle before but has been Into the woods), released […]

Max von Sydow: Legendary Actor Dies At 90

Swedish actor Max von Sydow, a consummate performer whose career spanned the black and white films of Ingmar Bergman and the digital wizardry of Star Wars, has passed away at the age of 90. Darby HarnDarby Harn writes for Screenrant, CBR.com, Star Wars News Net, and Movie News Net. His sci-fi superhero novel EVER THE […]

Star Trek: Picard S1/E7 Review: ‘Nepenthe’

What we believe about ourselves dictates a great deal of our life. Confidence, justified or not, can propel a person to great heights, or abyssal lows. Star Trek: Picard has been a study in the myth of the self, and nowhere more so than ‘Nepenthe.’ Have your tissues handy, folks. Darby HarnDarby Harn writes for […]

She-Hulk cartoon next to Hulk in Avengers: Endgame

Mark Ruffalo Reveals He May Appear In She-Hulk Series

We already know there will be a lot of interplay between the MCU films and the many, many Disney+ series based on the franchise. Now it appears there’s one more heavy-duty link: Mark Ruffalo revealed at C2E2 today that he may appear as the Hulk in the upcoming She-Hulk series. Darby HarnDarby Harn writes for […]

Without Steven Spielberg And George Lucas, Is Indiana Jones 5 Necessary?

With the blockbuster news that Steven Spielberg will not return to direct Indiana Jones 5, a number of questions arise about a film that was due to start filming shortly. The most pressing one might be the one that has dogged this installment since it was announced – do we need a new Indiana Jones […]

New Photos From the Set of ‘The Batman’ in Glasgow

After director Matt Reeves took to Twitter to show the world its first look at Robert Pattinson as the Caped Crusader, speculation grew as to what the full suit would look like on screen. Now, set photos from Scotland are giving us a better idea.  David TrianaDavid Triana is a former freelance writer who covered […]

Indiana Jones 5 Will Explore Character’s History

Fans of Indiana Jones, much like the character himself, will hang on any thread when it comes to info about new movies. Harrison Ford has been making the rounds promoting his new movie, Call of the Wild, and he’s been talking – a little – about Indiana Jones 5. Now we know a little more. […]


Opinion: ‘1917’ Is The Best Picture Of The Year

It’s official: Parasite won the Oscar for Best Picture. The problem is 1917  is the better movie and it’s not even close. Mike Phelps

Batman: The Adventures Continue

Paul Dini and Alan Burnett Return to the Animated DCU with ‘Batman: The Adventures Continue’ Comic

We don’t normally cover comic book news here at MNN, but it’s not every day that a beloved series gets an official sequel by two of it’s original creators! That’s right, Batman: The Animated Series is back in comic book form with Batman: The Adventures Continue. ChrisLyneChris is a lifelong fan of Disney, Star Wars and […]

Time To Move On: Daniel Craig Set To Make Final Appearance as 007

Daniel Craig has played the iconic British secret agent, James Bond, to great acclaim since he burst onto the screen in the 2006 release, Casino Royale. Craig’s run is about to come to an end with the impending April release of No Time To Die. Mike Phelps

Rick Moranis Set to Return for ‘Honey, I Shrunk the Kids’ Prequel

After 20 years, Rick Moranis is returning to the big screen to reprise his role as scientist and father Wayne Szalinski. The film will reportedly be titled Shrunk.  David TrianaDavid Triana is a former freelance writer who covered local entertainment in his hometown of Fort Myers, FL. Now residing in Orlando, FL he is able to […]

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