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Scarlett Johansson's Cyborg Makes Her Debut in 'Ghost in the Shell' Teasers

Scarlett Johansson‘s cyborg makes her long-awaited debut in the first teaser trailers for “Ghost in the Shell.”

Paramount released five, 10-second cryptic teasers for the live-action movie adaptation of the hit Japanese manga series, offering brief glimpses of Johansson’s cyborg-human special-ops officer named Major. 172 more words

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Trailer Park: Ghost in the Shell 1-5 | official teaser trailer (2017)

I plan on seeing “Ghost in the Shell” on the big screen, even though I still think they could have found an Asian actress to play the lead. 81 more words

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Five Teasers Unleashed for "Ghost in the Shell"

Paramount Pictures and Dreamworks Pictures have done something interesting with teasing their upcoming live-action adaptation of the beloved Japanese manga and anime Ghost in the Shell… 91 more words

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Dear Disney: Don't forget that Fa Mulan is Chinese, not white

Should we be surprised by now?

Recently, rumours had arisen about Disney’s interest in casting Jennifer Lawrence as Mulan in the live-action movie, of the same name. 603 more words

Chronicles

The Honest Trailer For 'The Jungle Book' Is Brutally Candid

Your average movie trailer gives you the opportunity to give a new film a thumbs-up, or thumbs-down, in just a few short minutes. A trailer is considered the film putting it’s best foot forward in an attempt to convince you it’s worth your hard-earned money. 173 more words

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Hail, Ceasar! - Review

The Coen Brothers are filmmakers that do a variety of different types of works. Dark dramas, dark comedies, screwball comedies, stoner flicks, satire: and somehow, with few exceptions, they provide a quality of film that makes it feel like it’s their specialty. 802 more words

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The Prestige (2006)

The first few moments of any film are some of the most important, because it is within these minutes that audiences dictate their own level of engagement for the rest of the film. 641 more words

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