Tom Holland’s ‘Uncharted’ Movie Lands Director of ’10 Cloverfield Lane’

It has been nearly three years since the release of 10 Cloverfield Lane and I’ve been eager to see how director Dan Trachtenberg would follow that claustrophobic thriller. Today brings word that Trachtenberg will direct Tom Holland in Sony’s big-budget Uncharted movie based on the hit video game. Shawn Levy was previously attached to direct the tentpole, though he pulled out several weeks ago in order to direct the Ryan Reynolds action comedy Fall Guy for 20th Century Fox. Seth Gordon and Neil Burger were also attached to direct previous incarnations of the project, as was David …

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First Trailer for ‘Paddleton’ Is Calling All Ray Romano and Mark Duplass Fans

About as far from Paddington as you can get, save for the similar title, Paddleton is an upcoming dramatic two-hander that stars Ray Romano and Mark Duplass as two friends whose relationship is tested thanks to a terminal cancer diagnosis. So while it’s not exactly a feel-good flick, as far as we can tell, the stripped-down premise does allow Duplass and Romano to act out a wide range of their characters’ traits. Duplass gets to play a man whose clock is about to run out, so he chooses to live life to the fullest while he …

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‘Carmen Sandiego’ Review: Netflix’s New Series Focuses on Fashion over Facts

Back in 1985, Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?, an educational computer game from Brøderbund Software, introduced children and parents around the world to the title villainess, a notorious thief with a penchant for wearing red. Armed with only their wits and an almanac* packed full of wacky facts (*think of it like Wikipedia, just all typed out in a good old-fashioned

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Nic Pizzolatto Says He Already Has a “Wild” Idea for ‘True Detective’ Season 4

After a rapturously received first season, True Detective got some serious backlash for its second season. Instead of clamoring for more, fans were left cold, and the show went back on the shelf with some wondering if showrunner Nic Pizzolatto would get another shot at his moody noir series. Now the show is finally back with folks like our own Allison Keene hailing Season 3 as a “return to form,” and it turns out Pizzolatto is already eyeing a fourth season. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Pizzolatto reveals he has a “wild” idea should HBO decide to move ahead with Season …

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