The Quibi Experiment continues. Trolls World Tour is doing really well… unrelated we’re sure: AMC won’t play Universal movies anymore. Change-up at the Oscars… for a little while, at least. Plus, trailers and a set of movies celebrating cinematic floods!

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HOME is kinda pretentious beautifully produced environmental living. Georgia is on Hannibal’s march to the sea. Soderbergh is heading the DGA efforts to re-open the entertainment business. Scary Stories 2. Darry Hannah’s “hairy” hiney… thanks Disney, from everyone.

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Pete saw The Platform, doesn’t regret it. Perry Mason gets a backstory in the first series trailer drop. Venom 2 marketing? PeacockTV brings the nostalgia this summer. Netflix sneaks past Disney. Plus, recommendations for Avenue 5 and Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet.

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It’s Quibi week. Screenpass might be coming to your Movie Pass account. It’s Tiger King’s world… we’re just living in it. What makes a 5-star film? Zoom virtual backgrounds from studios. Plus, will Cherry Moon move into the top 100 in our Flickchart re-ranking? And a list of movies with conflicts in the Middle East.

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Film Board is back this weekend with Guns Akimbo. COVID sanity check reveals Andy’s dark tendencies, a “Platform” update, and boozy, sleepy Criterion Channel sessions. Steve is high for John Wick, and the John Wick video game. Spike Lee offers his unfinished Jackie Robinson screenplay for quarantine reading. The Cancelled STAR WARS Episode 9 Animated. Moria with Lightsabers. CATS: The Butthole Cut trailer. Is Iron Man 3 the stupidest trending topic?

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Changing tides in the theater biz. Collider’s digital release schedule for the coming months. Plus Flickchart re-ranking and a list of undercover cop movies!

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We’re all living in a post-movie planet and just trying to make the best of it. We’re seeing some creative release strategies in light of the pandemic. Avatar is still coming. Cats keeps on giving. If you’re looking for something to do with your kids, you could do worse than remaking Spider-verse with traditional animation. Plus, trailers and a list of movies that include TV production.

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