Final ‘Shape of Water’ Trailer Teases One of the Best Films of 2017

Fox Searchlight has unveiled the final trailer for director Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming fairy tale The Shape of Water, but if you already plan on seeing this movie, I would strongly advise against watching it. This trailer spoils some of the film’s bigger reveals, and why the movie is more emotionally impactful than plot-driven, it’s probably best to go in as cold as possible—or at least colder than this trailer. So consider this a warning from someone who’s seen the film, you should probably steer clear of this trailer but you should definitely see …

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Peter Cullen Returns as Optimus Prime in ‘Transformers: Titans Return’ Trailer

A new trailer for Transformers: Titans Return, the new installment of the animated Hasbro web series, offers up new looks (and listens) to the continuing saga that began with “Combiner Wars.” The trailer provides a first look at the incredible voice-talent making their debut in the Prime Wars Trilogy including Peter Cullen, who originated the voice of Optimus Prime in the 1980s animated Transformers series; Judd Nelson, who is reprising his roles of Rodimus Prime and Hot Rod from the 1986 animated Transformers movie; Michael Dorn as Fortress Maximus; Wil Wheaton as Perceptor; Nolan North as Metroplex; and Jason …

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Denis Villeneuve Is Interested in Bond, but Says ‘Dune’ Is Next

Back in July, we reported that the short list of James Bond 25 directors included Denis Villeneuve (Sicario, Arrival), Yann Demange (’71), and David Mackenzie (Hell or High Water), and any of them would make an exciting choice for Bond’s latest adventure. Image via Alcon Entertainment / Warner Bros. Speaking to The Playlist, Villeneuve says he’s interested in Bond and working with Daniel Craig, but his new adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Dune is what takes priority: “The thing is I don’t now about that, but listen,” Villeneuve says. “Daniel …

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Exclusive: First ‘Deadpool 2’ Poster Is a Family Affair

20th Century Fox has released the first Deadpool 2 poster, and in keeping with the hero’s silly antic’s, it’s definitely non-traditional. The poster is a play on a Norman Rockwell painting as it brings all the major characters together at the Thanksgiving dinner table, with Josh Brolin’s Cable looming behind Ryan Reynolds’ title character as Deadpool attempts to serve the turkey. This is in keeping with the personal touch that permeated the marketing for the first Deadpool, as Reynolds himself participated in, crafted, and debuted a number of things that helped promote the R-rated …

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Deadpool Covers (and Writes for) a Special Issue of Good Housekeeping

As evidenced by the first poster debut, the marketing campaign for Deadpool 2 has begun. And as with the first Deadpool, things are weird. Instead of releasing a trailer online or a poster through an official Facebook account, 20th Century Fox has decided to kick off the Deadpool 2 marketing campaign in a very special issue of Good Housekeeping. Yep, the magazine that’s chock full of holiday recipes has gotten Deadpool’d, and the result is pretty funny. Apparently these Deadpool issues are being handed out in various cities across the U.S., but we got our hands on …

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Real Products That Exist: A This Is Spinal Tap Inspired Baby Pacifier With Volume Knob That Goes Up To 11

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This is the $10 Chill, Baby Volume Knob pacifier available soon from Fred & Friends. It’s a baby pacifier with an amplifier volume knob that goes up to 11, as inspired by the scene in This Is Spinal Tap. Although a baby crying at an 11 sounds like a nightmare. I would turn it down to 1 (I wish there was a 0), then tear the knob off. *tickling baby tummy* Isn’t that right? Isn’t that right you little stinker-bear? Holy shit where am I and whose baby is this?

Keep going for one more shot of the pacifier in use, and the clip from the movie for reference.
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