Friday, January 24, 2020

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Twitter’s Going Crazy For Fluffy Sonic The Hedgehog

Fluffy! Fluffy. Fluffy? Fluffy.

I wanted to write the entire 300-word piece with that single one but I’ve been informed that won’t be permissible. It’s the ambition that counts. Fluffy is the key term here for one reason. When Paramount debuted the first trailer for the new-improved Sonic the Hedgehog movie (improved, as in not disturbing), fans caught a glimpse of a hitherto unseen Sonic form, and duly proceeded to lose their collective minds. Fluffy Sonic.

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Jim Carrey Says He’ll Do Another Mask Movie On One Condition

Like the Norse mask at the bottom of the sea in the original film, The Mask franchise has been lying dormant for a long while. However, there’s suddenly been a lot of buzz about a potential new movie in the series, which is based on the Dark Horse comic book character, over the past few months. Jim Carrey famously brought green-faced hero Stanley Ipkiss to cartoonish life in 1994’s hit comedy, but would he be willing to star in a sequel?

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Live-Action Bambi Remake In The Works At Disney

Disney has set its sights on yet another classic animated property to remake for modern audiences. This afternoon, The Hollywood Reporter broke the story that the Mouse House is moving forward with a new version of Bambi, the seminal feature about the young deer and his woodland friends released in 1942. And while that’s exciting to hear, this shouldn’t really come as much of a surprise, given that we brought you this news last summer, with THR’s report now confirming our original scoop.

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Halloween Kills Star Says The Film Is Really Intense

Discussing “Halloween Kills” on the Fantasm podcast, co-star Anthony Michael Hall assured hosts Corey Gorechrist and Dr. Vincent West that “fans are going to really like this film. It’s really intense. It’s really good.” Hall plays Tommy Doyle, a character previously portrayed by Brian Andrews as a child in John Carpenter’s 1978 original film, and later by Paul Rudd as a 20-something in Daniel Farrands’ now non-canonical 1995 sequel “Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.” Rudd was reportedly “really excited that [Hall was] playing the part,” which Hall learned through his director after the Ant-Man star called to send his best and give the former Breakfaster Clubber his blessings.

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Unused Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker Concept Art Reveals New Design For Kylo’s Mask

Kylo Ren’s mask is as good a symbol as any for the way Disney’s Sequel Trilogy went down. Established as imposing in The Force Awakens, deconstructed in The Last Jedi and then haphazardly reassembled in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Kylo abandoning his mask in one movie only to revert to it in the next is a great example of the lack of planning that went into this trilogy, but now we see that things could’ve been quite different.

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Leaked Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker Concept Art Reveals Captain Phasma’s Return

In light of the mixed reception Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker received, attention has turned to what might have been in Episode IX if Colin Trevorrow remained on as director and wasn’t replaced by J.J. Abrams. Detailed breakdowns of his scripts have allowed us a glimpse at what the filmmaker had planned for the story, while a bunch of leaked concept art has given us a taste of how it could’ve looked. And it’s fair to say there are some striking images that fans would’ve loved to have seen on screen. Including a thrilling battle between Kylo Ren and his grandfather Darth Vader.

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