Redditor abigfriend posted a series of supposed plot points for Avengers 4. The user divulged a pretty detailed rundown of what fans can expect from the still-untitled film, including that Thanos and Nebula's relationship will be a factor in the movie. As for the original Avengers using time-travel, the source says that it will be done "using the Quantulm Realm to collect the stones" and "each stone collected in the past will erase the stone Thanos currently has...Thanos learns of the Avengers’ plan and uses his gauntlet to follow them through time." Meanwhile, "those who were dusted at the end of IW are not dead - they were transferred to an alternate reality within the stone." The film's final action sequence is a redo of the Wakanda battle in Infinity War, but instead of Thanos winning, Earth's Mightiest Heroes do. In the end, three of the Infinity Stones are destroyed with the help of Wanda and Captain Marvel.
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A Diamond Select Toys release! John Wick is back in, and his next target could be you! The master assassin makes his debut in the Gallery PVC Diorama line with this scene from John Wick Chapter 2, as he walks away from the Rome job. With smoke curling from his gun, this approximately 9-inch-tall sculpture features the likeness of actor Keanu Reeves, and comes packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Rocco Tartamella
Heather Locklear was hospitalized Sunday, authorities confirmed to Variety, and is reportedly undergoing a psychiatric evaluation.
Capt. Garo Kuredjian of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that both the sheriff’s office and fire department responded to a call of a “medical emergency” at around 3:50 p.m. on Sunday at the 4900 block of Summit View Drive. The individual was then transferred to a hospital for further treatment.
TMZ, which first broke the story, reported Locklear’s mother called 911, claiming Locklear was acting erratically and threatening self-harm. While Kuredjian could not confirm if the caller was a family member, he did say that it was not the patient who placed the call.
According to reports, Locklear was transferred to the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. As of right now, the incident is being ruled as medical, not criminal, and Locklear is currently not being charged on any counts.
When contacted by Variety, Locklear’s publicist noted that the actress is on hiatus, and had no further information.
The incident occurs almost four months after the “Melrose Place” star was arrested for domestic assault and battery on an officer. Over the years,Locklear has sought treatment for depression and anxiety and reportedly went through drug rehabilitation after being hospitalized from mixing prescription drugs and alcohol.
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Introducing Mezco’s Burst-A-Box! A pop culture infused twist on one of the most beloved, classic toys - the jack-in-the-box.
The Friday The 13th Part VII Burst-A-Box features Jason Voorhees – the infamous Crystal Lake killer.
Approximately 14” tall when “popped”, the Burst-A-Box is a finely detailed tin music box that encases a detailed sculpt and clothed spring character.
Designed after his appearance in the film, Jason features a cracked hockey mask, exposing the rotting monster underneath.
Burst-A-Box: Jason Voorhees comes packaged popped-out of his tin and perfect for display in a collector-friendly window box.
Disney and Pixar's Incredibles 2 delivered a massive opening weekend debut, not only shattering the previous opening weekend record for an animated film, but finishing with one of the top ten openings of all-time for a film of any genre. Additionally, Warner Bros.'s R-rated comedy Tag debuted in third position while Sony's Superfly fell short of expectations.
With an estimated $180 million, Disney and Pixar's Incredibles 2topped the previous opening weekend for an animated film set two years ago by Finding Dory with $135 million. On top of that, the film's opening weekend is the eighth largest all-time, topping the $179.1 million opening for 2016's Captain America: Civil War, which went on to gross over $400 million at the domestic box office. Also of note, this is more than the $174.7 million opening for Disney's Beauty and the Beast, which went on to gross over $500 million domestically. As for Incredibles 2's domestic future, an "A+" CinemaScore and an opening of this size seems to suggest a $500+ million domestic performance is in the offing, which would make it the highest grossing animated film of all-time should it reach that number, topping Dory's $486.2 million domestic run.
Additionally, beyond the records already mentioned, the film delivered the largest opening day ever for an animated title and the second largest June opening ever behind Jurassic World. Added to that, when it comes to the largest opening weekends of all-time, Disney now owns nine of the top ten, the lone standout being the aforementioned Jurassic World at number four.
Internationally, Incredibles 2 brought in an estimated $51.5 million from ~26% of the international market, for a global debut totaling an estimated $231.5 million. As far as the international openings are concerned, the film delivered the largest Pixar opening weekend in several markets including Mexico ($12.3m), Australia ($7.7m) and Argentina ($3m) along with a $5.4 million opening in Russia. The film's international rollout will be staggered, as is typically the case with Pixar titles, with openings in China, Iceland, Croatia, Thailand and India next weekend followed by releases in Brazil (Jun 28), France (Jul 4), UK (Jul 13), Korea (Jul 19), Japan (Aug 1), Spain (Aug 3), Italy (Sep 19) and Germany (Sep 27).
In second is WB's Ocean's 8, dropping 53% for an estimated $19.5 million second weekend for a domestic cume just shy of $80 million. Internationally the film added an estimated $19.3 million from 36 markets, pushing the international running cume to $37.1 million for a global tally now topping $116 million.
WB also takes third place with the R-rated comedy Tag, which opened with an estimated $14.6 million. While ahead of the studio's expectations, this is a bit shy of Mojo's pre-weekend forecast and a little less than might have been expected following a solid $1.325 million in preview grosses on Thursday night. In fact, given the preview gross the film played closer to WB's 2016 comedy War Dogs or the 2014 comedy Sex Tape, which went on to gross $43 million and $38.5 million respectively.
Tag received a "B+" CinemaScore from opening day audiences and played to a crowd that was 51% female and 76% of the overall audience was 25 years of age or older.
Internationally, Tag began playing in seven markets with an estimated $1.4 million including an $837k debut in Australia. The next key markets to open in the film's staggered release strategy will be Russia on June 28 and the UK on June 29. Additional upcoming markets include include Italy (Jul 5), Mexico (Jul 19) and Germany (Jul 26).
Disney and Lucasfilms's Solo: A Star Wars Story finished in fourth with an estimated $9.3 million for a domestic cume approaching $195 million. Internationally the film added $5.2 million for an overseas cume totaling $146.7 million and a global tally that now stands at $339.5 million.
Rounding out the top five is Fox's Deadpool 2 with an estimated $8.8 million for a domestic cume that is now just ~$320k shy of $295 million. Internationally the film added $9.8 million from 76 markets, taking the international cume to $394.9 million for a global total that is now just $10.5 million shy of $700 million.
Just outside the top five is A24's Hereditary, which dipped just 48% for a strong $7 million second weekend. Made on a reported budget of just $10 million, the horror feature has now grossed over $27 million after just ten days in domestic release.
Deadline reports Hartley Sawyer, who plays Ralph Dibney, a.k.a. Elongated Man, is joining the series as a full-time cast member for season five, the implication being that Ralph will become a full-fledged part of Team Flash. In some ways, this is heartening news: Maybe it will help continue to push this show back in the direction of “more fun, less dreary moping” that it often had trouble doing while mucking about with Clifford DeVoe over the past 23 episodes. Certainly, with the likelihood of more time travel next season—thanks to the cliffhanger appearance of a character we won’t name to avoid spoilers—it would be nice to keep a light touch instead of getting bogged down in the time-travel mechanics that caused such dour problems in season two (and three, to a lesser degree). Then again, if it means more fart jokes, maybe the writing team needs to take a step back, exhale slowly, and think about how best to find the funny. Surely the show can stretch its creative muscles enough that—actually, no, let’s not go there; if it can avoid fart jokes, we’ll avoid the shitty puns. Deal, The Flash?
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From the mind of the master of horror, Bram Stoker(creator of Dracula), comes Shadowbuilder for the first time ever on Blu-ray!
A demon is summoned to take the soul of a young boy, who has the potential to become a saint. If the demon succeeds, it will open a doorway to Hell, blazing a terrifying trail of destruction, possession and mayhem and destroy humanity. Now the fate of the world hinges on the final outcome of a renegade priest's battle with the soul eating Shadowbuilder .
The epic struggle between good and evil inShadowbuilder features an all-star cast that includes Michael Rooker (Guardians of the Galaxy), Leslie Hope (Crimson Peak), Kevin Zegers (Dawn of the Dead) and Tony Todd (Candyman).
If you were expecting the “American Horror Story” “Coven” and “Murder House” crossover to happen next year, then it’s time to get excited.
The anticipated crossover season will arrive on FX this September, Ryan Murphy announced on Twitter Thursday.
“The Coven/Murder House AHS crossover season won’t be happening next year…because it’s happening THIS YEAR. AHS #8 WITCHES RULE THIS SEPTEMBER,” he said.
The crossover is a long time coming, as Murphy first revealed his plans to unite characters from both the “Coven” and the “Murder House” seasons two years ago.
“We do know what we’re going to do,” Murphy said at an Entertainment Weekly event back in 2016. “It’s not going to be next season, but we are going to do a season that’s a crossover between ‘Murder House’ and ‘Coven’ together, which is very bizarre.”
Now, the wait is finally over, with cast alums Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Kathy Bates leading Season 8. Cheyenne Jackson, Billy Eichner, Adina Porter and Leslie Grossman will also return this season.
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On July 24, Scream Factory will release three excellent films from the canon of John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing) on Blu-ray, Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Someone’s Watching Me, and In The Mouth of Madness, the latter in a new Collector’s Edition.
In The Mouth Of Madness [Collector’s Edition] boasts several exciting new special features, including a new audio commentary with director John Carpenter and producer Sandy King Carpenter, discussing the 1995 film.
Inspired by the tales of H.P. Lovecraft, this shocking story is, in the words of its acclaimed director, "horror beyond description!” Sutter Cane (Jürgen Prochnow, Dune, The Seventh Sign) is the best-selling author whose newest novel is literally driving readers insane. When he inexplicably vanishes, his publisher (Charlton Heston, Soylent Green, Planet Of The Apes) sends special investigator John Trent (Sam Neill, Daybreakers, Dead Calm) to track him down. Drawn to a town that exists only in Cane's books, Trent crosses the barrier between fact and fiction and enters a terrifying world from which there is no escape.
In The Mouth Of Madness [Collector’s Edition] Special Features
Chevy Chase takes center stage in 1992’s Memoirs of an Invisible Man. Thanks to a nuclear accident, Nick Halloway (Chase) has become invisible. Invisibility makes it easier to spy on agents (particularly chief adversary Sam Neill) who've put him in his predicament. And he can romance a lovely documentary producer (Daryl Hannah) in a way she's never "seen" before. John Carpenter directs and Industrial Light and Magic create eye-opening effects as Nick embarks on his manic quest.
Memoirs of an Invisible Man Special Features
In 1978’s Someone’s Watching Me, Los Angeles newcomer Leigh Michaels moves into a chic high-rise apartment building. She loves the view. So does the Peeping Tom who lives somewhere in the adjacent tower. John Carpenter writes and directs this thriller where the breath-catching suspense starts at the moment Leigh (Lauren Hutton, American Gigolo) is framed in the lens of a telescope. For Leigh, it's the beginning of terrors that escalate from anonymous calls and gifts to lights that mysteriously flicker to prove that someone watches every moment of her life. Leigh fights back, matching her tormentor's obsession with her own relentless drive to uncover his identity. The prey is now predator – and that escalates the stalker's game to a deadly new level. Someone is watching.
Someone’s Watching Me Special Features