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8 things to stream on Netflix in October 2022

Holly and Benji Forever A selection of films and TV series, animated and live-action, among the novelties that will be made available in streaming on Netflix in October 2022. Godzilla vs. Kong – live action film – October 3Released in 2021, the film, which represents the fourth installment of the …

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“Marvel has yet to answer me”

Iron Man 3, Guy Pearce hopes for Aldrich Killian to return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe: “Marvel has yet to answer me.” Despite the incredible box office success around the world, Iron Man 3 (2013) of Shane Black is still considered today one of the most controversial films ofUniverse Marvel …

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Jasmine Trinca: Marcel’s Cannes directorial debut!

Qhis 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival is special for Jasmine Trinca. Not only because the actress is part of the international jury. But also because, among this year’s projections, There will be also Marcel!his first film since movie director. Jasmine Trinca, her first film as a director Marcel! …

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The Power of the Dog Best Film

Festivals and reviews Critics Choice Awards 2022, winners: Dog Power for Best Picture, Will Smith for Best Actor Winners announced Bafta Awards 2022with the ceremony held in person at the Royal Albert Hall in London presented by Rebel Wilson. Dunes by Warner Bros dominates in the “technical” categories with five …

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the betting king of Vegas leaves us

Alan Denkensonin the casinos of Las Vegas, was known by all as “Dink”And left us a few days ago for an illness at the age of 69. His legend on the Strip precedes him. His life was a source of inspiration for Hollywood screenwriters who a decade ago bothered and …

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Colin Farrell Coppa Volpi at the Venice Film Festival

The Irish actor, interpreter of films such as “Tigerland” and “In line with the murderer” by Joel Schumacher, “The Rule of Suspicion” by Roger Donaldson, “Alexander” by Oliver Stone, The New World “by Terrence Mallick, “Ask the dust” by Robert Towne, “Dreams and crimes” by Woody Allen and many others, …

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The Listener. Steve Buscemi’s film review

The Listener, by Steve Buscemi For Steve Buscemi, any evening of a helpline operator is enough to make high-level films and tell the disintegration of the post-Covid-19 social fabric. Days of the Authors ————————————————– ——— CINEMA SCHOOL OF WILD TRAILS: REGISTRATION OPEN YEAR 2022-23 ————————————————– ——— Beth (Tessa Thompson) works …

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