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Jake Gyllenhaal in talks to join Sony Pictures sequel to 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

Jake Gyllenhaal in talks to join Sony Pictures sequel to 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

The 37-year-old actor is reportedly in talks to play Marvel's mortal super-villain "Mysterio" — Remember back in 2003 when Sony Pictures and Sam Raimi called Tobey Maguire's n̶e̶g̶o̶t̶i̶a̶t̶i̶o̶n̶ ̶t̶a̶c̶t̶i̶c̶s̶ bluff and reportedly lined up Jake Gyllenhaal to replace Maguire as the franchise's 'new' heroic webslinger in Spider-Man 2? Fourteen years later it appears we've come full circle but with a slightly different spin.

'Deadpool 2' Review
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'Deadpool 2' Review

It seems longer than two years and three months since the original “Deadpool”. Or maybe it’s just me, since I’ve been doing everything possible to forget that film. The biggest question I had going into “Deadpool 2” was would this just be more of the same, or would a new director steer this character and franchise in a different direction?

'Book Club' Review
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'Book Club' Review

Millennials, Gen X-ers, and Gen Z-ers will be streaming into theaters over the next few weeks to see a couple of highly-anticipated new releases. “Book Club” is not one of them. No, this is a movie about women over a certain age made specifically for… women over a certain age. Think of it as “Sex and the City” meets “The Golden Girls”.

Chris Evans to star in Neill Blomkamp's natural disaster thriller 'Greenland'

Chris Evans to star in Neill Blomkamp's natural disaster thriller 'Greenland'

Your friendly reminder that Chris Evans will still be doing what Chris Evans does best - even after 2019’s Avengers part II. — America’s favorite Captain is set to exchange his shield for whatever he can get his hands on in Neill Blomkamp’s thriller Greenland. Deadline reports the 36-year-old human magnet has signed on to lead Anton Pictures and Thunder Road's natural-disaster thriller from the former District 9 and Chappie helmer.

'Annihilation' review
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'Annihilation' review

Alex Garland’s 'Annihilation' is tapping into the highest echelons of science fiction, so much so that its distributor, Paramount, wanted nothing to do with and all but jettisoned into the hands of a streaming service. Adapted from a novel by Jeff VanderMeer, 'Annihilation' is overdosed on ambiguity and an intellectual vortex that transports us into a puzzling dimension. It provides one of the few pure cinema experiences of 2018 so far, even if to try to decipher its hypotheses is a mind-bending exercise in futility. But I’m going to try.

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