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With toys and this app, you can make your own homemade ‘Star Wars’ movies

For as long as Star Wars has been around, fans have made their own fan movies with toys using stop motion or by dressing up as characters and adding cheesy homemade special effects.

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John Williams Will Not Score Star Wars: Rogue One

Few things are as synonymous with Star Wars as the music of John Williams. It’s hard to even think about the franchise, original trilogy or prequels, without the composer’s rousing tunes coming to mind. When the first spinoff movie drops on December 16, 2016, however, you may be in for a shock, as John Williams will not score Star Wars: Rogue One.

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Joe Manganiello to Play Villain Deathstroke in Ben Affleck’s Batman Movie

The Magic Mike actor will play the DC villain Deathstroke in Ben Affleck’s upcoming solo Batman film, DC Entertainment president and chief creative officer Geoff Johns confirmed in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.

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I love TUCKER AND DALE VS. EVIL. No joke, it’s the movie that I most often show on dates (along with BIRDEMIC) to see if we’d be compatible. Or I would if I went on dates. Anyway, that movie did a great job of taking a one-note premise (the scary looking hillbillies are the good guys and the college kids are the bad guys) and makes it hilarious, horrific, and even touching. It’s a great achievement to say the least. And I always wondered what the talented writer-director of the film, Eli Craig, was up to next.

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Luke Cage, first look: this could be Netflix’s best Marvel series yet

The Marvel/Netflix collaboration has so far proved darker and grittier than the comics giant’s big-screen outings, focusing on street-level do-gooders instead of giant ships hovering over vulnerable cities. Whatever these shows lose in their effects budget, they gain in character focus and a surprising seriousness of purpose for something that began as a comic.

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