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These Are the ‘Deadpool 2’ and ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Working Titles to Look Out For

Nothing gums up the works during a high-profile film shoot quite like looky-loos poking around the set. When a big-name production gets up and going, the goal is to attract as little outside attention as possible, leading many crews to adopt “working titles” that conceal the true nature of the project. Most famously, George Lucas shot Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi under the codename “Blue Harvest” in an effort to give his legions of fans the slip. Christopher Nolan, perhaps in an effort to evade Batman geeks and summon Gilmore Girls geeks in one fell swoop, worked on The Dark Knight using the title “Rory’s First Kiss.” More recently, one of the production designers for Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters informed me during an interview that the remake shot as “Flapjack” while on set in Massachusetts.

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Pixar Is Swapping Release Dates for ‘Incredibles 2’ and ‘Toy Story 4’

Today brings some bad news for Toy Story fans, but good news for The Incredibles fa

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Heeeeeeeere’s Johnny! (And Also Some Facts About ‘The Shining’)

Today The Shining is hailed as one of the greatest horror movies ever made. But did you know Stephen King, the man who wrote the novel The Shining is based on, is not a fan of the movie? He told Playboy he was “deeply disappointed in the end result” in 1983. That’s just one of The Shining facts featured in the newest episode of You Think You Know Movies!

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What’s Leaving Netflix in November 2016

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Streaming-ly speaking.

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‘Aquaman’ Will Be in the Spirit of ‘Romancing the Stone’ and ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’

The ages-old query of “So, who were your influences on the film?” still appears regularly in interviews following a big-name movie’s release. But in recent years, directors have started to name the films they drew from before the premiere as a way of drumming up anticipatory buzz. At the Star Wars Celebration in London earlier this year, Episode VIII director Rian Johnson name-checked Bridge on the River Kwai, Three Outlaw Samurai, Letter Never Sent, and 12 O’Clock High as points of reference for the next Star Wars picture. The initial public response went along the lines of “lol what the hell are you talking about,” but eventually cooled into “Alright, can’t front, that sounds pretty awesome.”

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New Netflix Instant Releases: November 2016

Netflix has unveiled their lineup of new movies and TV shows coming in November. The most eye-popping addition: 21 different Netflix Originals. 21! Twenty and an additional original. In one month. Netflix is like the Tracy Flick of streaming services.

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Top 10 Must See Movies to Watch on Halloween

The countdown is on for Halloween and there's nothing like inviting some friends over for some tasty treats and watching a scary movie. Of course, everyone's definition of what is considered scary or not will vary. But to put it into perspective, you can't go wrong on watching some classics.

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Surprise! Michael Moore Made a Secret Donald Trump Movie, and It Opens This Week

With Where to Invade Next, audiences saw a different, more optimistic side of Michael Moore. It was a fairly fun movie — at least in comparison to Moore’s other films, which are typically a bit pessimistic about American politics. If you thought the outspoken documentarian might sustain that positive attitude for his next film, you were mistaken. Moore’s latest project is a documentary he’s been working on in secret, and it’s all about this election year’s most controversial candidate: Donald Trump.

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NYCC’s ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Poster Secretly Ties the Movie to ‘Godzilla’ and Ancient Sumerian Mythology

With the success of Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla in 2014, plans were set in motion to bring back all of Hollywood’s giant monsters to the silver screen, revamping the shared universe created with the original Japanese kaiju and King Kong films for the modern day. Kong: Skull Island is next in line, with a March 2017 release date quickly approaching. Fans at NYCC were given cool posters for the movie, featuring a grid map of the titular island with the caption “Bring the Truth to Light.” But there’s a little more to the map than meets the eye.

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‘Justice League’ Set Video Celebrates the Last Day Filming in the U.K. With Awesome New Footage

To commemorate the last day of shooting in the U.K., Justice League director Zack Snyder tweeted this video, which shows a surprising amount of behind-the-scenes footage from the set. Get ready to see Ben Affleck flying around on wires! Get ready to see 4/6ths of the Justice League on an elevator! Get ready to see Jason Momoa not handle his trident properly! (And no, that’s not a sexual euphemism.) Ah, what a glorious time to be alive.

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‘The Monster’ Trailer: Zoe Kazan Meets Something Worse Than Cujo

It took director Bryan Bertino six years to deliver a follow-up to his directorial debut, 2008’s terrifying instant horror classic The Strangers. Although most people didn’t check out his second film, the surprisingly decent found footage flick Mockingbird (it’s on Netflix, FYI), perhaps more will be drawn to The Monster. The first trailer for Bertino’s latest has arrived online, teasing a simple horror thriller in the vein of Cujo.

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You Can Win Marty McFly’s Sneakers From ‘Back to the Future Part II’

Back to the Future Part II imagined a future of magical technology. Home energy reactors. Flying cars. Pizza rehydrators. Fax machines in people’s bathrooms. None of these things have come true. But all anyone really seems to care about are Marty McFly’s goddamn self-lacing sneakers.

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