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I'd probably cast Tituss Burgess as D'Urville Martin but I get putting Wesley there.

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imdb still ain't tellin' what Ron Cephas Jones' role is but he's gotta be playin' West Gale, right?

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John Amos is officially returning to C2A2. Got a celebratory tray of appetizers in the oven as we speak. 

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Djimon Hounsou has joined the cast of A Quiet Place 2

He is replacing Brian Tyree Henry who had to leave due to scheduling conflicts

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Little Women

Director: Greta Gerwig

The cast is giant

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And as the usual reminder - every time I think of Little Women, I think of this

 

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Wasn't there a modern setting version of Little Women released a year or two ago?

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14 hours ago, driver said:

Wasn't there a modern setting version of Little Women released a year or two ago?

There was one released in 2017 but that was a miniseries - have no idea if that was set in modern times though

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Last Christmas

Director: Paul Feig

Starring: Emilia Clarke, Henry Golding, Emma Thompson, Michelle Yeoh (IMDB says Patti Lupone is in the cast too so yay!)

Also the entire soundtrack appears to be George Michael/Wham music

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The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle (yes a Doctor Dolittle reboot starring Robert Downey Jr) will now be known as just Dolittle

Still set to come out on January 20, 2020

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PARASITE

Directed by Bong Joon Ho (Snowpiercer, Okja)

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This won the Palme D'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival and will almost assuredly be on the list for Best Foreign Films, if not the Best Film. Comes out in the US in October.  Already out in Australia.  It's currently got 70 reviews on RT and is at 100%. 

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4 minutes ago, Dolfan in NYC said:

PARASITE

Directed by Bong Joon Ho (Snowpiercer, Okja)

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This won the Palme D'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival and will almost assuredly be on the list for Best Foreign Films, if not the Best Film. Comes out in the US in October.  Already out in Australia.  It's currently got 70 reviews on RT and is at 100%. 

At this point, if it doesn't win Best Foreign Film, the fix is in.

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I eagerly await South Korea nominating a different movie

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12 minutes ago, RIPPA said:

I eagerly await South Korea nominating a different movie

If someone even TRIES to pick another film, I'm pretty sure that person will be terminated on sight. The only South Korean film to even be shortlisted for Best International Feature Film was Burning, which came out last year. Although the only submission in the last ten years that probably should have been nominated besides Burning was Mother which was directed by...Bong Joon Ho. This is his "The Departed" especially after Memories of Murder wasn't even submitted in 2003.

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On 8/13/2019 at 6:07 PM, driver said:

Wasn't there a modern setting version of Little Women released a year or two ago?

There was a Little Women movie released last year with Lea Thompson that was set in the modern day. It was targeted to the Christian market (released by Pure Flix) and didnt make a dent at the box office. 

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Yeah, I think she was on one of the late shows talking about it? Sounds familiar anyway.

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58 minutes ago, colonial said:

There was a Little Women movie released last year with Lea Thompson that was set in the modern day. It was targeted to the Christian market (released by Pure Flix) and didnt make a dent at the box office. 

That's the one. 

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BRITTANY RUNS A MARATHON

Starring Jillian Bell, Michaela Watkins, and Lil Rel Howery

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Last Christmas has to have something that'll get people crying, I bet.

 

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THE DEATH OF DICK LONG (RED BAND - Language)

Directed by Daniel Scheinert (🚨 Swiss Army Man 🚨)

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Man, I'm going to be going to the movies a lot this fall. 

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Um, sure, ok.

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What. In. The. Fuck?

Look, I'd like to see a return to the Matrix, but Trinity is fucking dead. I could see them finding a way to resurrect Neo and they could even loosely follow some of the MMO story of trying to find Neo and all that.

What a weird movie news day.

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Prequel would be a little weird considering Keanu and Miss are both in it.

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I AM IN.

I love all the Matrix Movies. FUCKING LOVE THEM ALL.

It'd be cool if Trinity was a fucking AI creation to fuck with Neo.

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