Author: Amy Davis

Hi, I’m Amy. I like long walks in the graveyard, horror movies, comic books, and bringing you the latest in nerd-centric news.

Sir Michael Caine is questioning the need for intimacy coordinators on the set of film and tv productions. The position’s role is to ensure performers and other production personnel adhere to safety protocols during scenes of an intimate nature. Cain, aged 90, doesn’t see the point in the coordinator’s job on set. “Really? Seriously? What are they? We never had that in my day,” Caine told the Daily Mail when asked about them. “Thank God I’m 90 and don’t play lovers anymore is all I can say. In my day you just did the love scene and got on with…

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In August the film world was rocked by the loss of legendary director William Friedkin. Now, Paramount has just released the first trailer for his final film “The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial.” Friedkin’s final film will be a courtroom drama about a naval officer who stands trial for mutiny. After he took command from a ship captain, when he felt that the captain was acting in an unstable way. A decision that put both the ship and its crew in serious danger. The trailer cuts between the testimonies of the defendant and the witnesses, who all try desperately to explain why…

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After the massive success of Parker Finn’s “Smile,” it was only a matter of time before we got wind of a sequel. Paramount Pictures has now confirmed we’ll be getting “Smile 2” next year. This will be the first film under a multi-year, first-look deal between the studio and Finn. 2022’s “Smile,” centers around a psychiatrist who witnesses a bizarre and traumatic incident with a patient. Afterwards she becomes convinced that she is being stalked and threatened by an uncanny entity. The first film was also a feature length adaptation of Finn’s own short film a “Laura Hasn’t Slept.” Considering…

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Legendary director John Woo’s newest film, “Silent Night,” has received a release date for this year! The movie is an acquisition by Lionsgate and will be Woo’s first American theatrical film since 2003’s “Paycheck,” starring Ben Affleck and Aaron Eckhart.  Making this Woo’s first American film in 20 years! The new movie is a gritty revenge tale that follows a tormented father (Joel Kinnaman). Who is grappling with witnessing his young son die when caught in a gang’s crossfire on Christmas Eve. While recovering from a wound that costs him his voice, the father makes vengeance his life’s mission and…

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Actor Chris Evans says that he will “never say never” on a return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Evans famously portrayed the beloved Marvel Comics character Steve Rogers aka Captain America until 2019’s “Avengers: Endgame.” In a recent interview, Evans talked about his time playing Captain America over his seven-film run with the studio. Where he made it clear that he would at least consider a return to the MCU. “Yeah, maybe. I’ll never say never, just because it was such a wonderful experience,” Evans told GQ when asked if he’d ever go back to Marvel Studios. “But I’m…

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Actor/comedian Pauly Shore wants to make a biopic about fitness guru Richard Simmons. After fans pointed out the uncanny resemblance between the two, Shore is trying to take the meme to the screen. “I’ve noticed all the reactions to me playing Richard Simmons in a new biopic,” Shore wrote in a social media post. “So I reached out to him. I heard he’s living deep in Big Bear. We’ve been playing phone tag (yes, he still has a phone). I’m trying to make it happen for you guys. Be optimistic. In the meantime, hit up Hulu, Amazon, Disney, HBO and…

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LEGO and Marvel Studios fans assemble! Marvel Studios has confirmed it will be doing another crossover with the toymaker for “LEGO Marvel Avengers: Code Red.”  With the announcement, Marvel also dropped the first poster for the new special. It consists of the classic Avengers logo built in LEGO, with pieces breaking away, as a nod to the teaser poster for “Avengers: Endgame.” There are no official details about the plot or cast for this project. Given this is the ninth special the two companies have done together since 2013, the odds of performers reprising their roles are high, but not…

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Two bears made a daring daylight raid on a Krispy Kreme doughnut van making deliveries on an Alaskan military base. The pilfered vehicle was stopped outside a convenience store during its delivery route. The driver normally leaves his doors open at this stop, but this time, a mother bear and her cub decided to wander inside. According to Shelly Deano, store manager for Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson JMM Express, the pair only stayed about 20 minutes. But that was plenty of time for them to chow down on their ill-gotten donut holes and other assorted pastries. All while ignoring the people…

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Paramount+ has released the first trailer for its upcoming horror film, “Pet Sematary: Bloodlines.” Directed by Lindsey Anderson Beer from a script she co-wrote with Jeff Buhler, it will serve as a prequel to the 2019 film “Pet Sematary,” directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer. Both movies are based on the 1983 novel of the same name by master of horror, Stephen King. The novel was first adapted into a film starring Miko Hughes and Fred Gwynne in 1989. Its sequel, “Pet Sematary Two,” was released in 1992 and was a continuation of the original story. “Pet Sematary: Bloodlines,”…

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General Mills’ magically delicious Lucky Charms cereal is celebrating its 60th anniversary. In honor of this momentous occasion, the company is going to be selling 10.5oz boxes for 60 cents.  Now, to be clear, these marshmallow-packed treats won’t be on store shelves for 60 cents. General Mills is offering rebates to those who submit their receipts for boxes purchased between September 12 through October 31. The company will then reimburse customers the difference, making it 60 cents. While it’s a bit more work, this is still one heck of a deal. This offer is also limited to one per customer…

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