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What I Missed in Discussing Elizabeth Banks and The Color Purple

In discussing Elizabeth Banks' criticism of Steven Spielberg, some white feminism blind spots became clear.

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Elizabeth Banks Called out Steven Spielberg’s Awful Track Record of Representation

During her acceptance speech for an award in excellence in feature directing, Elizabeth Banks called out Steven Spielberg for what she sees as poor allyship. People are criticizing her for getting a fact wrong, at the expense of her larger message.

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Here’s Hoping the Upcoming Animaniacs Reboot Stays True to Its Irreverent Roots

And the 1990s nostalgia train just keeps on chuggin'. Next up in We Just Can't Leave Our Childhoods Alone is a reboot of the popular animated series Animaniacs. This is both awesome and concerning, because the thought that always pops up for me whenever I talk about the original Animaniacs with friends is, I can't believe grown-ups used to let us WATCH that! There's no way they'd get away with most of those jokes today!

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Things We Saw Today: ATL’s Zazie Beetz Cast as Domino in Deadpool Sequel

It appears that Atlanta star Zazie Beetz has been cast as Domino in the upcoming Deadpool sequel.

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Things We Saw Today: If Pixar Movies Just Ended at the Sad Parts

Some monster has compiled a few of your favorite Pixar movies to show you what it'd be like if Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo, Toy Story 2, and Inside Out just ended at their saddest moments.

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Play It Cool, Boy: West Side Story May Get a Steven Spielberg Remake

No one tell Office Krupke.

Of all the people I expected to take on a new film adaptation of West Side Story, Steven Spielberg was not one of them. But when you're a Jet, you're a Jet, I guess!

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Steven Spielberg’s Got Some Words About Indiana Jones’ Fate in Indiana Jones 5

Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg are reuniting for Indiana Jones 5, but some fans are worried about Indy's fate.

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New Trailer For Disney’s The BFG Proves That Even The Smallest Can Be Brave

Now that the film has officially premiered at the Cannes Film Festival we've been given a more in-depth look at the Big Friendly Giant himself (who is most certainly not a cannibal--or, as he says it, a "canniabal").

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Brand New Trailer for The BFG Packed With “Spielberg Faces” and Inspirational Music

I think this trailer may have been enough to get my butt into a movie theater seat come July 1st.

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Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Screenwriter Penning Indiana Jones 5

Aliens?!

Last week we learned that Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg would actually be returning for that long-rumored fifth Indiana Jones movie. At the time, Disney didn't reveal who would be writing the fifth installment in the franchise, but The Hollywood Reporter claims the movie will be penned by David Koepp.

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James Cameron, Christopher Nolan Join the Fight Against $50 Theatrical Releases at Home

You may not have heard (because most of us aren't in the right income range for the target market just yet), but Napster/Facebook's Sean Parker, along with business partner Prem Akkaraju, is working towards making movie releases something we experience in the comfort of our own homes—for a price. The Screening Room aims to offer $50 movies on demand the same day they're released in theaters, and Hollywood is split on how they feel about it.

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Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg Officially Returning for Indiana Jones 5 in 2019

Indy, we're home?

It's actually happening: according to a press release from Disney, Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg are returning to the Indiana Jones franchise, with a release date set for July 19, 2019. Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall will also return as producers.

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Steven Spielberg Casts Lead in Adaptation of Ready Player One

We've been hearing a lot of news lately about the upcoming film adaptation of the Ernie Cline novel, Ready Player One. Now, the Steven Spielberg-directed film has finally cast its Wade Watts.

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Things We Saw Today: The Daily Show‘s Jessica Williams Inspired Whitesboro to Rethink Their Village Seal

The official village seal of a small town in upstate NY made headlines this week, due in part to an ongoing investigation by Jessica Williams of The Daily Show.

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Jurassic World Congratulates Star Wars: The Force Awakens on Beating Their Box Office Record

Remember when Marvel congratulated Jurassic World for beating The Avengers at the box office with a silly tweet? Well, it looks like Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, and Colin Trevorrow are paying it forward.

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Producer Frank Marshall Says They’re Not Recasting Indiana Jones for Future Movies

It's not the years, honey, it's the mileage.

Can you imagine anyone but Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones? It seems like producer Frank Marshall can't.

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Bryan Fuller to Tell New Amazing Stories for NBC

Think we can get John Williams to score the new theme song?

Fuller's next and latest project is revamping the 80s anthology series Amazing Stories for NBC. The original series, which was created by Steven Spielberg, ran for two seasons, and told a collection of wild fantasy and sci-fi tales that ranged from suspenseful to amusing.

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Review: Bridge of Spies Is a Polished but Flat Movie

3 out of 5 stars.

The overwhelming sense the Cold War had of this being a time of the great unknown fills stories with intimate drama, and some of the true stories that came out around these events, when we seemed to be on the verge all-out nuclear war, are truly fascinating. Francis Gary Powers' story is a somewhat known part of history, but Bridge of Spies focuses on “the real hero” of the negotiation to get him out of Russia after his airplane was shot down: attorney James Donovan.

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Steven Spielberg Maybe Kinda Sorta Hints at an Indiana Jones Sequel With Harrison Ford

Just leave the crystal skulls at home this time. Please?

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Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige Doesn’t Believe In Superhero Fatigue — Or the Superhero Genre

I don't know whether the superhero genre is dead, but people talking about whether or not it's about to die has definitely been done to death. Want to know what Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has to say in response to Spielberg's controversial statements about the superhero film fad? Sure, why not?

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