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The first ‘Monster Hunter’ movie teaser sets up an enormous battle

Sony Pictures After several years of development, you’re finally getting your first glimpse of the Monster Hunter movie in action. Sony and IGN have shared a teaser trailer (via Polygon) for Paul W.S. Anderson’s Monster Hunter production that gives a hint of what to expect. It’s very brief, but promises a climactic fight. Milla Jovovich …

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Netflix, Amazon and Disney+ will self-regulate to avoid censorship in India

INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP via Getty Images Streaming services are keen to prevent regulators from censoring their content, and they’re willing to police themselves to ensure that artistic freedom. Variety reports that Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar and 12 other companies have signed a self-regulatory code to stay on the good side of India’s regulators. This …

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A ‘Firewatch’ movie is in the works, again

Campo Stanto / Valve In a match made in indie heaven, the independent production house behind movies like Blindspotting and Little Monsters has acquired the movie and TV rights to 2016’s Firewatch (via The Hollywood Reporter). This is the second time there’s been news of a possible Firewatch film adaption. In 2016, developer Campo Santo announced a deal with Good Universe (Last Vegas, Desperados) to make …

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YouTube will offer 100 kids movies and specials for free

YouTube YouTube is throwing parents who can’t take watching Frozen over and over anymore a lifeline. Over the next month until August 31st, YouTube Kids will release over 100 movies and specials as part of the platform’s “After School” experience project. In an announcement, Don Anderson, YouTube’s Head of Family & Learning Partnerships, explained that …

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Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ has been delayed indefinitely

Warner Bros. Pictures Tenet almost seems cursed at this point. Despite the best efforts of Warner Bros. and director Christopher Nolan to bring the movie to theaters this summer, coronavirus-related shutdowns have shattered those plans. The studio has delayed the spy/sci-fi blockbuster several times, and now it’s firmly back on the shelf — Warner Bros. …

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