Deadpool and Korg React

Ryan Reynolds and Taika Waititi's Free Guy is finally on its way to theaters. As a promotion, the two actors get into their Marvel characters, Deadpool and Korg from Thor: Ragnarok, to react to the upcoming film. In the four-minute clip, the pair take jabs at Marvel and Disney, but before the bit is over, the R-rated anti-hero takes advantage of the opportunity to ask the Kronan gladiator for some tips on getting into the MCU. Free Guy goes to theaters on August 13, 2021.

  • Sweet Girl

    Forget Steppenwolf — Jason Momoa is about to take on his biggest villain yet in Sweet Girl. When Cooper's wife dies due to a potentially life-saving drug being pulled from the market by a major pharmaceutical company, he vows to find those responsible. But his quest for vengeance leads him into a massive conspiracy that threatens himself and his daughter — and they team up to fight back. Momoa and Isabela Merced star in the film, coming to Netflix August 20.

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    Mr. Corman

    Josh Corman has a sneaking suspicion that he sucks as a person. He traded in a music career for a job as a fifth-grade teacher, and now all the small choices that make up a life are coming back to haunt him — in the form of loneliness, anxiety, and lucid dreams. Written, directed, and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Mr. Corman comes to Apple TV+ August 6, 2021.

  • Queenpins

    Inspired by a true story, Kristen Bell and Kirby Howell-Baptist are two friends looking to escape from their mundane lives. To do so, the pair create a multi-million dollar counterfeit coupon scam and ripping off mega-corporations along the way. Their coupon empire begins to fall when a determined Loss Prevention Officer Paul Walter Hauser partners with U.S. Postal Inspector Vince Vaughn to take them down. Queenpins premieres in theaters and on Paramount+ on September 10, 2021.

  • Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage

    Woodstock 99 wasn't anything like its predecessor. The chaotic festival was in many ways the antithesis of the original, and a frightening display of the madness of crowds. Bill Simmon's Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage examines the infamous three-day event through the context of today's cultural lens. The documentary premieres July 23 on HBOMax.

  • Val

    Val Kilmer is widely known for being in front of the camera, but he is also very comfortable behind it. The iconic actor has been capturing his life for 40 years with a series of home movies. After recovering from a battle with throat cancer that left him unable to speak, Kilmer is releasing the footage as a documentary. The film will take viewers behind-the-scenes of films like Top Gun, The Doors, and Tombstone, while giving a glimpse into his complex life. Val will premiere on Amazon Prime on August 6, 2021.

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    Succession / Season 3

    After a pause in production due to the pandemic, Succession is finally returning to HBO. The series picks back up with the Roys after Kendall's explosive press conference, and to no surprise, the family is more dysfunctional than ever. Season three will premiere this fall.

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