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David Bowie and Trevor Jones’ Remastered ‘Labyrinth’ Soundtrack Coming To Vinyl Next Month
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David Bowie and Trevor Jones' Labyrinth Vinyl

A remastered version of David Bowie and Trevor Jones‘ soundtrack for the Jim Henson fantasy classic Labyrinth is being released on vinyl next month.

The record will feature 12 tracks, including the opening titles and “Underground,” “Magic Dance,” “As the World Falls Down,” “Within You,” and more.

You can find the full track listing and, if you need a little nostalgia boost to your day, the opening titles video below.

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David Fincher Nears Signing On To Direct ‘World War Z 2’
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David Fincher

Back in August of last year, there was a report that David Fincher was in talks to direct the tentatively titled World War Z 2. Then in February Paramount pulled the sequel off its release schedule because the film never actually went into production. Just after that, it was reported that Fincher was still interested in the project.

Now Fincher is reportedly getting closer to inking a deal that would have him direct the zombie thriller, reuniting him with Brad Pitt once again. Trouble is, even if he does end up directing, the film still needs a greenlight. More on the story below.

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Ewan McGregor In Talks To Play Christopher Robin In Disney’s Live-Action Winnie The Pooh Movie
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Ewan McGregor

Ewan McGregor is a man of many talents. He can sing. He can dance. He can romance. He can also use the Force. Heck, he can even play two different characters on this season of Fargo. But is he ready to grow up and be an adult?

Well, it looks like we will find out. The actor is currently in talks to play the title character in Disney’s live-action Winnie the Pooh movie Christopher Robin. More on the story below.

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Why You Should Be Watching Hulu’s ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
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Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale #1

I’ll get to the point first: The Handmaid’s Tale, as adapted by Hulu, is an excellent production and one well worth any TV lover’s time. Elisabeth Moss, an actress who spent nearly a decade understanding how female characters manage a life of oppression under male domination, uses her time on Mad Men to translate a fictional written diary into an uncompromising television reality.

With that out of the way, there’s a lot to unpack regarding the several episodes we took in before the show’s wide release on Wednesday, May 26. Hulu works in the best spirit of this current golden age of television. It presents an audience that’s hungry for thought-provoking content with a story that resonates with our current, unprecedented unique political climate.

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‘Captain America’ Director Joe Johnston To Direct Next ‘Narnia’ Movie
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The Chronicles of Narnia

The next installment of the Chronicles of Narnia movie franchise, titled The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair, has found a director. Joe Johnston, who directed Captain America: The First Avenger for Marvel, Jumanji, and much more, has signed on to the project.

The sequel is the first in the series in the better part of a decade. The last entry was The Voyage of the Dawn Treader back in 2010. Before that was Prince Caspian in 2008, and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in 2005.

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M. Night Shyamalan Announces ‘Glass,’ An ‘Unbreakable’ & ‘Split’ Sequel
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Unbreakable starring Samuel L. Jackson

M. Night Shyamalan is having one hell of a career resurgence. From The Visit all the way to this year’s Split, audiences have grown to love the filmmaker’s recent directorial efforts.

Now he has announced Glass, as his newest project. But there is something special about this new title. It will be a sequel to both Split and Unbreakable. More on the story below. And minor spoilers will follow.

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‘Silence Of The Lambs’ Director Jonathan Demme Dies At 73
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Jonathan Demme

The Academy Award winning director behind The Silence of the Lambs, Jonathan Demme, died today at the age of 73. A representative for the director said he passed away due to complications from esophageal cancer in his New York City apartment.

Other directorial credits include Something Wild, Married to the Mob, Philadelphia, Beloved, The Manchurian Candidate (2004), Rachel Getting Married, and more recently Ricki and the Flash in 2015.

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‘Cars 3’ Trailer: Lightning McQueen Goes Back To Racing Basics
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Cars 3 Header Image

Cars may not be as universally loved as its fellow Pixar films, but like all Pixar films, it has plenty of heart. Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) has been steering the franchise’s success for the last two films, where he has discovered the true meaning of humility and friendship.

But now it’s time for him to suffer a very critical loss and go back to basics to discover that some careers don’t last forever, but it’s the legacy that you leave behind that truly matters. Check out the latest trailer for Cars 3 below.

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Reveal Trailer For ‘Call Of Duty’s Return To WWII Released
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Call of Duty: WWII

The three big military first-person shooter series—Call of Duty, Battlefield, and Medal of Honor—all started out set during World War II. Eventually CoD and Battlefield (though Medal of Honor tried to stay with the pack, the franchise has fallen off the map) moved on to other time periods, and in recent years we’ve been seeing modern and futuristic settings for the games.

Battlefield finally decided to jump back in time to before its roots with last year’s WWI-set Battlefield 1, but Call of Duty continued along the path forward with the futuristic Infinite Warfare. And while the ridiculous firefights in space looked over-the-top entertaining, fans were clearly sick of the direction the series was going.

Now the CoD franchise has unveiled their return to World War II, titled Call of Duty: WWII. An official reveal trailer for the game has been released, and you can find it, along with more information, below.

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TV Review: The Flash 3.19 “The Once And Future Flash”
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The Flash
Season 3 Episode 19: “The Once And Future Flash”
Directed by Tom Cavanagh
Written by Carina Adly MacKenzie
Starring Grant Gustin, Jesse L. Martin, Danielle Panabaker, Candice Patton, Carlos Valdes, Tom Cavanagh, Keiynan Lonsdale, Tom Felton
Created by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, Geoff Johns
The CW
Air Date: Tuesday, April 25th, 2017, 8:00pm

Last time on The Flash, the new meta in town was Abra Kadabra (David Dastmalchian), a 64th century Flash-hating villain with Gypsy (Jessica Camacho) on his tail. He withheld Savitar knowledge. Barry (Grant Gustin) won’t free the murderer in a deal, but Joe (Jesse L. Martin) did. A fight and ensued and Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) got speared with a pole, making surgery with no anesthesia and no doctor a necessity. Julian (Tom Felton) managed to do a decent job to no avail. Caitlin coded. Julian pulled off her protective necklace turning her into Killer Frost. Barry told Joe and Iris he was going to the future for answers.

Spoilers below.

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