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The King Of Staten Island is Now available on DVD and Blu-Ray

What do you do when you don’t know what you are going to do with your life and you are a high school dropout still living at home with your mother at the age of 24, trying to be a tattoo artist that nobody wants to hire, and your widowed mother wants to start dating again 17 years after losing your father?  That’s where Scott Carlin is at in “The King of Staten Island” directed by Judd Apatow and starring Pete Davidson, Marisa Tomei, Bill Burr, Bel Powley, Maude Apatow, and Steve Buscemi . . .  It’s based on events of Pete’s real life (who wrote the film along with Judd Apatow & Dave Sirus) and how he deals with the loss of his own father who was a firefighter.
Scott Carlin (Pete Davidson) & Margie Carlin (Marisa Tomei). Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

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The Daily Stream: My Spy Streaming on Amazon Prime

There is a certain career trajectory every big burly sports star goes on when transitioning to becoming a box office super star. One of the keys is they always have to make that kid friendly comedy where they protect the smart, precocious child  it allows us to see their softer more “comedic” side. Hulk Hogan, Arnold, Vin Diesel, The Rock, and John Cena have done it. Now big, strapping Dave Bautista has his kiddy movie the Amazon Studios film My Spy. This was originally slated for a theatrical opening and now it’s going to stream exclusively on Amazon Prime.

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Why Is It That Boys Are So Messy Trailer: The King’s Man! Plus First Look Photos!

20th Century has released a trailer for the third film in the Kingsman series – the independent intelligence agency’s origin story, The King’s Man.

The film – which features a genuine global conspiracy – may be a period piece (one of the villains is the legendary Russian mystic, Rasputin) but it’s as irreverent and action packed the previous films.

The King’s Man is slated to open on September 18th.

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Fantasia International Film Fest Takes Its Upredictable Programming Online!

Just because COVID-19 protocols resulting in the cancellation of the Physical incarnation of the Fantasia International Film Fest, that doesn’t mean the genre-centric fest has gone away.

The festival’s 24th edition might be online but don’t expect a truncated version of Fantasia – today’s first wave of programming includes twenty-one films ranging from the Tiny Tim biopic, Tiny Tim: King for a Day to the new Lloyd Kaufman film and intriguing titles like Undergods and The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw,

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Is Truth an Agenda Trailer: Mr. Jones!

Did you ever wonder how George Orwell came up with the idea for Animal Farm?

It had something to do with a Welshman named Gareth Jones, who risked his life to report on the Soviet famine in 1933 – not a particularly prepossessing subject that turned into a life-and-death situation to rival the best spy movies.

Mr. Jones will premiere via the Apple Store and the Cineplex Store on June 19th – followed by a VOD release on July 3rd.

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What Have You Got To Say For Yourselves Trailer: Bill & Ted Face the Music!

Bill and Ted still haven’t written the song that brings the world together – and now they’re being called on the carpet to explain why not.

Check out the first trailer – featuring a brief appearance by Death himself!

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Time & Espionage Collide in Mind-Bending Trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet!

Christopher Nolan makes intense, unique films and, based on the release of the new trailer for Tenet, that is going to continue. There almost no words. See for yourself.

Tenet is tentatively scheduled for a July 17th release in theaters.

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Scoob Skipping Theaters for VOD

Stop the monkeys, someone please stop the monkeys from drumming. Ok, that makes zero sense. However, Warner Brothers bypassing theaters to bring Scoob Direct to Digital on May 15th actually makes perfect sense. All the rescheduling of 2020’s big films means the smaller, more iffy titles like Scoob need a home so why not digital. Unlike Universal’s unilateral move, WB did consult with theaters first.

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