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ICYMI: Charlize Theron is Almost Unrecognizable as Megyn Kelly in 'Bombshell' Trailer!

The Jay Roach-directed film Bombshell stars Margot Robbie, Nicole Kidman, and an almost unrecognizable Charlize Theron. It chronicles the Roger Ailes Fox News scandal, and the subject matter here is coming out at the perfect time. In an age where this type of behavior is no longer tolerated, films like this are necessary to continue spreading awareness and the need for change.

ICYMI: 'Invisible Man' Adds "Haunting of Hill House" Actor To Its Out-of-Sight Cast!

When it was first announced that the remake of The Invisible Man was moving forward, despite the whole Dark Universe endeavor being marked a failure upon arrival, fans everywhere were understandably very skeptical if this was all even worth it in the end. But, the casting for this project, as well as its new premise, may just change people's minds on the rehashing of Universal's classic 1933 film. This reboot is rounding out its major players with the news that Oliver Jackson-Cohen will be the new Invisible Man in the next attempt at bringing this legendary tale back to the big screen.

ICYMI: Helen Mirren and Charlize Theron Are Back For 'Fast 9'!

Love them or hate them, the Fast & Furious franchise is a serious heavy-hitter. The last title grossed $1.2 billion, and the one before that raked in an impressive $1.5 billion. Altogether, the films have hauled in $5 billion, making them one of the few franchises that can roll with other powerhouses like Harry Potter, Jurassic World, Star Wars, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So, it is natural that these films attract some significant star power as well as entice people to return to the fold if need be. And now, two of the last entry's biggest names are officially set to rejoin the Fast family in the 9th chapter.

ICYMI: 'IT' Director Andy Muschetti Is Floating Over to Direct The Flash Movie!

When one sees a runaway train whizzing by at unreasonable speeds, it is only natural to assume that it will eventually derail and cause massive destruction. But when one of these reckless locomotives corrects its course and proves it can go the distance, it is crucial to appreciate that kind of comeback. DC Comics cinematic universe started right with Superman but then soon began to crumble. Several of their titles failed to resonate with fans like the movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But thanks to Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Shazam!, it seems the DCEU still has a chance and things may very well be getting back on track. So now it's time to talk about everyone's favorite Scarlet Speedster, because it looks like the fastest man alive has found an intriguing choice to helm his highly-anticipated standalone motion picture.

ICYMI: Step Aside, Boys, Elizabeth Banks's 'Charlie's Angels' Are Here To Save The Day!

Action has a new set of heroes and evil has a new enemy in the form of 3 badass operatives resurrected for the modern day by writer-director Elizabeth Banks. James Bond can hang up his Walther PPK, Ethan Hunt can heal up from all the impossible missions he takes on, and Jason Bourne can stop remembering his past, because this Fall, the Angels are back and they look better than ever.

ICYMI: AMC's Hit Horror Anthology "The Terror" Returns with Chilling Season 2 Promo!

The first season of "The Terror" is nothing short of a horror masterpiece. I have re-watched it twice since it became available on Hulu, and it is definitely not something you should miss out on. But if a 19th century Arctic fright-fest isn't really your thing, then the next chapter in AMC's horror anthology powerhouse may be just up your alley. Fast-forward a hundred years from the late-1840s all the way to the 1940s and head south until you get to the good ol' United States. The second installment of fear is set in a Japanese internment camp during World War II. These awful places are already dread-inducing, but add some creepy ghosts into the mix, then you are trapped smack dab in the middle of "The Terror: Infamy" with nowhere to hide.
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