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The Lost City

Sandra Bullock says her hairdresser is to thank for Brad Pitt’s casting in the upcoming action-adventure The Lost City. Slated to hit theaters on March 25, the comedy centers on Loretta Sage (Bullock), an unhappy novelist who specializes in romance-adventure stories about a dashing treasure hunter. The film is inspired by past swashbuckling adventure films such as Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones series and Romancing the Stone by Robert Zemekis, also about a romance novelist who goes on a jungle adventure with the help of a handsome guide. -Screen Rant

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

Harry Potter fans are reacting to the latest trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledorewhich sees the hero confess his love to his rival, Grindelwald.

A short TV spot shows the two characters in discussion about the evil Grindelwald’s plans to take over the world.

When Grindelwald (Mads Mikkelsen) implies that Dumbledore (Jude Law) promised he’d be by his side, he replies: “It’s because I was in love with you.” -Independent


The strong debut of Sony Pictures’ “Uncharted” at the box office last month came a happy sign that moviegoing is back to normal-ish levels as families returned to multiplexes for the Tom Holland-starrer based on the PlayStation video game franchise.

Behind the scenes, “Uncharted” is also a textbook case of a movie that needed seasoned and dedicated producers to see it through a nearly 13-year journey to get made. The leader of that pack was Charles Roven, the head of Atlas Entertainment, who has been in the business of making blockbusters for a long time. Think “The Dark Knight” trilogy, “Suicide Squad,” “Man of Steel,” “Wonder Woman” and more. -Variety


“X” is a clever and exuberant throwback to a less innocent time, when movies could be naughty, disreputable and idiosyncratic. Two kinds of movie in particular: the dirty kind and the scary kind. Set in 1979, before the internet made pornography ubiquitous and before anyone was pontificating about “elevated horror,” this sly and nasty picture insists that the flesh and blood of down-and-dirty entertainment is, literally, flesh and blood. -NY Times

Ella and the Little Sorcerer

Ella And The Little Sorcerer will open in China via Jackie Chan’s Sparkle Roll Media following their recent animation release Wish Dragon and has gone to a number of key markets in deals struck by GVF head of international Allen Tsang and US representative Ariel Veneziano.

Deals have close with Eagle Pictures in Italy, Factoris Films in France, Trinity Cineasia in Russia, Rialto Distribution in Australia, Pflug Co in Japan, Boxoo Entertainment in South Korea, Deepjoy Corp in Taiwan, Italia Film in Middle East, and Nos Lusomundo in Portugal. -Screen Daily


Jared Leto’s been at it again. The actor developed a reputation for extreme method acting while playing the Joker in 2016’s Suicide Squad. As was widely reported at the time, Leto harassed castmates to become the clown prince of crime, giving Margot Robbie a dead rat and showing others a bullet-riddled pig corpse. So when Leto recently described his process for playing the titular role in Morbius, readers surely raised an eyebrow.

The vampiric anti-hero first appeared in 1971’s Amazing Spider-Man #101, in a story written by Gil Kane and penciled by Gil Kane. Dr. Michael Morbius is a brilliant scientist whose attempts to cure his rare blood disease result in his developing vampire-like qualities. Dubbed “the living vampire” to avoid censure from the Comics Code Authority, Morbius uses his enhanced strength, echolocation abilities, and hypnotism to quench his thirst for blood. -Den of Geek

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