New ‘Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie’ Trailer Promises to Answer All Your Questions

A new and final trailer for Nickelodeon’s Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie has arrived ahead of the special’s Thanksgiving holiday premiere. The adventurous TV movie aims to answer questions that fans of the animated franchise have had since the show went off the air back in 2004. The wait is almost over! Co-written and executive produced by the TV series’ original creator Craig Bartlett, Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie will answer the question of what happened to Arnold’s parents when the kids of P.S. 118 go on a field trip to the jungle. The special …

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Universal’s Dark Universe May Be Dead; Producers Alex Kurtzman & Chris Morgan Depart

Well that whole “Dark Universe”—a planned interconnected series of monster movies from Universal Pictures in the vein of the Marvel Cinematic Universe—may be dead before it’s even gotten off the ground. Universal worked for years to revamp its monster properties in a big way, tapping Transformers and Star Trek writer/producer Alex Kurtzman and Fast & Furious scribe Chris Morgan to oversee the development of new films back in 2014, at which point they began serving as essentially the franchise’s showrunners. The duo opened a writers room, got scripts off the ground for films like Van …

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Stakes Are High in Canto Bight – Exclusive Excerpt

Coming December 5, the hardcover Canto Bight — named for the casino city from Star Wars: The Last Jedi — is a collection of four interconnected novella-length adventures of the exotic aliens and creatures who frequent the locale. StarWars.com is excited to debut an excerpt from John Jackson Miller’s “The Ride,” in which Kaljach Somni, down to his last card after years of chasing jackpots, has a chance encounter with a trio of brothers. They’re blessed with seemingly endless luck and might be his best (and last) chance to strike it big — if he can survive one wild night. Continue reading

The Most Iconic 90s Teen Horror Movies, Ranked from Worst to Best

The 1990s were an interesting time in horror. After the boom of the first slasher cycle in the 1970s and 80s, the leading trend in horror fizzled out without a clear successor to take its spot. Of course, it wasn’t all bad. If you an count on one thing from horror, it’s that the genre will always endure. Fascinating horror films popped up from around the globe; genre-bending thrillers were having a moment, and Stephen King adaptations were in the midst of a heyday, but the first half of the decade was a transitional period for the …

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‘American Horror Story: Cult’ Guide, Week 10: Every Question We Have Before ‘Great Again’

For anyone like me who was unsure of the direction American Horror Story: Cult might be heading in, last night’s episode helpfully explained that Kai Anderson’s rise to Michigan City Councilman was actually orchestrated by his anger management counselor Bebe Babbitt—who also may or may not have helped organize the Zodiac Killer murders in the 1960s at the behest of the woman who tried to shoot Andy Warhol in the head—because Bebe sees in Kai the potential to unleash the pent up feminine rage that has been building in America for centuries, which, in fairness, Kai …

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