Spinning Headlines – Week 23: RIP Adam West, Weekend Box Office, Cars 3, Coco, Black Panther, Game of Thrones, Deadwood, Flatliners(?!!?)…

RIP Adam West, weekend box office, trailers for “Cars 3”, “Coco”, “Black Panther”, “Flatliners” and “Tran5formers”, some new “Game of Thrones” stills and episode running times, Ian McShane hopeful for the “Deadwood”-wrapup, spit-take of the week and more.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 22: Weekend Box Office, Wonder Woman 2, American Made, The Papers, Dark Universe, The Mist, Terry Gilliam, Baby Driver, Game of Thrones…

Weekend box office, some vague Wonder Woman 2 details, trailers for American Made, Oats Studios Volume 1, Baby Driver, The Mist, Murder on the Orient Express…Terry Gilliam wraps filming on Don Quixote, Game of Thrones season 8 might be a longer wait than season 7, the full cast on Spielberg’s The Papers, spit-take of the week and more.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 10: Weekend Box Office, Man of Steel 2, Baby Driver, Wonder Woman, Game of Thrones, Atomic Blonde, Fate of the Furious…

Another trailer-heavy (“Wonder Woman”, “Baby Driver”, “Atomic Blonde”, “Fate of the Furious”, Tran5formers”, “Geostorm”) edition of the Headlines, also with a possible director for “Man of Steel 2”, director for the “Dragon Tattoo”-reboot/sequel/requel, the return date of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” as well as the official count of remaining episodes, spit-take of the week and more….

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Spinning Headlines – Week 47: Trainspotting 2, Baywatch, Mission Impossible 6, Zoolander 2, Memento outrage

“Trainspotting 2” script news, “Baywatch 2”-casting news, “Zoolander 2”-trailer, “Top Gun 2”-news, “True Detective” – S3 on not?, Edgar Wright dives into animation, Universal Monster Universe clarified, “11.22.63” teased, McQuarrie considering M;I-6 and the mother of all spit-takes

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Ant-Man (2015) Movie Review

“The world doesn’t need to be saved from impending doom, and robots are not raising entire cities up from the ground. This fight is above all personal, which makes the whole thing so much more compelling and nerve-wracking than most other superhero flicks.” – Mathias Folsted.

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