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Blade Runner 2049
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The First ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Clip Introduces Us to the Wasteland

When shouldn’t you release a clip for a movie? I can understand releasing entire chunks of a movie on YouTube when you’re working with an unproven or questionable title; if you’re trying to entice audiences to see some mediocre horror film, then by all means, release one of the movie’s better jump scares in an effort to get them into the theater. But when you’ve got a title as recognizable as Blade Runner 2049, with several excellent trailers and a few smart television spots, why bother? How many people could possibly be on the fence at this point?

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The Hitman’s Bodyguard
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Weekend Box Office Report: Weirdest. Labor Day Weekend. Ever.

In a weekend where no new releases cracked the Top 10 and six movies maintained their exact spot in the rankings, you’d think there would be less news worth sharing. That isn’t quite the case. Sure, as sites like Box Office Mojo have noted, this is a historically bad Labor Day Weekend for movies in theaters, but it’s also a uniquely static weekend for releases, one that even required me to create a second chart just to capture all the data points. Let’s start as we always do, with the box office grosses as of Sunday afternoon:

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Star Wars the Last Jedi
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BB-9E and BB-8 Face Off in This Adorable ‘Star Wars’ Animated Short

Here’s a fun question for you: how many evil droids have there been in the Star Wars universe? There was the interrogation droid that tortured Dr. Leia in the original Star Wars; IG-88 and the jet-black C-3PO unit in The Empire Strikes Back; and a handful of trade federation robots in the Star Wars prequels, as well as K-2SO (sorta) in Rogue One. Come to think of it, while both Death Stars have always had a bunch of R2 and MSE units wandering around in the background, the Star Wars series has always been a little short on recognizable droid baddies.

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Danny Trejo
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Danny Trejo Calls Out Actors (Cough-Tom Cruise-Cough) for Doing Their Own Stunts

It was the set video seen around the world: Tom Cruise, leaping between rooftops for a Mission: Impossible 6 stunt, and slamming into the side of the building at high speed. In the weeks since the accident was officially confirmed  —  it turns out that Cruise had broken his ankle in the fall  —  the entire production has been trying to put a positive spin on the news, with director Christopher McQuarrie saying Cruise’s injury actually offered the crew an ‘opportunity’ to tinker a bit with the edit mid-production. Still, the injury shows the downside of Cruise’s legendary attention to detail for movie stunts, and at least one fellow actor had a few unkind words to say about the whole process.

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<> at Build Studio on July 24, 2017 in New York City.
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Ron Howard’s Latest ‘Han Solo’ Set Photo Adds Paul Bettany to the Mix

The Han Solo movie continues its production with a brand new face today, as Ron Howard has just added Paul Bettany to the film. The director made the announcement on Twitter, where he tweeted a photo of himself a Bettany on the set.

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Amazon Guillermo del Toro Carnival Row Pilots
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Guillermo Del Toro Just Needs $35 Million to Make His ‘Pinocchio’

The noted Mexican filmmaker is all ready to make his anti-fascist dream project, he just needs the money.

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78/52
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‘78/52’ Trailer: Learn the Secrets of the ‘Psycho’ Shower Scene

A new documentary tells the story of the most famous moment in horror film history - watch the trailer now

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Miramax
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Kevin Smith Is Shooting ‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’ This Fall

Almost two decades after making the first Jay and Silent Bob solo flick, Kevin Smith is returning to the View Askewniverse with Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, which he announced was happening about six months ago. Now, it looks like his Supergirl schedule is giving him the break he needs to start shooting his new movie, which officially begins production this fall.

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi
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Rian Johnson Says ‘The Last Jedi’ Only Has — Gasp! — Twelve Wipe Transitions

Anyone who’s watched even just one Star Wars movie knows that the series is notorious for its wipe transitions. George Lucas was inspired by a few Akira Kurosawa films for the original Star Wars, and he also copied the legendary Japanese director’s use of wipes to move from scene to scene. Now, every Star Wars movie, and even the TV series, have wipes, as it’s become kind of a staple of the franchise. Even The Last Jedi has them — but not as many as you might think.

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The Hitman’s Bodyguard
Lionsgate
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Weekend Box Office Report: Audiences Take a Shine to ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’

Welcome to Augusts, where overall weekend grosses can decline for three consecutive weekends  —  $122, $116, and $95 million, respectively  —  and a new action-comedy can be the surprise winner of the weekend. Audiences might still be interested in creepy dolls, but it was a hyper-violent buddy film about professional killers that took home the gold. Here’s the box office projections, as of Sunday afternoon:

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