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December 02, 2018

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GadgetsHere's the list of all of the movies that I watched in the month of November. Be sure to click them to see my review, the trailers, posters, and credits for these splendid pictureshows. Hopefully, this will entice you to either see or skip these flicks. There's some good ones in there! Trust me.

Outlaw King
Super Troopers 2
The Emperor's New Groove
The Big Lebowski
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
Constantine: City of Demons
John Wick: Chapter 2

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No Season 4 for 'Daredevil' on Netflix

Netflix said it won't bring back for a fourth season Daredevil, its comic-book adaptation starring Charlie Cox as the titular crime-fighter.

"We are tremendously proud of the show's last and final season and although it's painful for the fans, we feel it best to close this chapter on a high note," a Netflix representative said in a statement to Variety. "While the series on Netflix has ended, the three existing seasons will remain on the service for years to come, while the Daredevil character will live on in future projects for Marvel."

Season 3, which also starred Vincent D'Onofrio as Matt Murdock/Daredevil's archenemy Wilson Fisk, premiered on Oct. 19. said it is possible the show may be revived on the forthcoming Disney+ streaming service or that Cox's character might appear on another superhero drama.

Netflix previously canceled two of its other Marvel series -- Luke Cage and Iron Fist -- after two seasons.

Jessica Jones, featuring Krysten Ritter, and The Punisher, led by Jon Bernthal, are the only Netflix/Marvel originals that have not been canceled.

Hugh Jackman announces worldwide arena tour

Hugh Jackman announced a 2019 worldwide arena tour Thursday on Today which will feature the actor singing, dancing and telling stories.

Jackman, who has previously toured in his home country of Australia, will be performing onstage songs from musicals he has appeared in including Les Miserables, The Greatest Showman and other Broadway productions.

An orchestra and a collection of singers and dancers will also be featured as a part of the show. Jackman plans on visiting cities across the U.S., Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

"This is a dream come true for me," Jackman said on Today. "I'm on the back nine of my life now and this is about the front nine, the best parts of the front nine."

Jackman also announced that on Tuesday he will be performing onstage on Today two songs which will be featured on the tour, one from Les Miserables and another from The Greatest Showman.

Jackman can currently be seen portraying former presidential candidate Gary Hart in The Frontrunner.


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'West Side Story' star Rita Moreno joins remake

West Side Story star Rita Moreno is joining a remake of the classic film.

Variety confirmed the 86-year-old actress will appear in Steven Spielberg's reboot of the 1961 musical. Moreno will also serve as an executive producer.

Deadline said Moreno will play Valentina, a reimagined and expanded version of the character Doc. The actress portrayed Anita, Bernardo's girlfriend and Maria's best friend, in the original movie.

"Never in my wildest dreams did I see myself revisiting this seminal work. And to be asked by Steven Spielberg to participate is simply thrilling!" she said. "I am tingling!"

West Side Story is based on the 1957 Broadway musical of the same name. The original film adaptation was directed by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins and starred Moreno, Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer.

Spielberg will begin filming the new West Side Story in summer 2019.

"From our earliest discussions, we wanted to include Rita Moreno in our production," the director said.

"We created an original role for her, and we feel fortunate that Rita will bring her extraordinary gifts as an actress, as well as her deep understanding of West Side Story to this production," he added.

Moreno presently portrays Lydia on Netflix's reboot of One Day at a Time.

'Spider's Web' actor Claes Bang to play Dracula in miniseries

The Girl in the Spider's Web and The Affair actor Claes Bang is to star in the BBC/Netflix miniseries Dracula.

The adaptation of Bram Stoker's classic vampire novel was written and executive produced by Sherlock collaborators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss.

Filming on the three feature-length episodes is to begin next year. The show will retain the book's late 19th century setting.

"I'm so excited that I get to dig in to this iconic and super-interesting character. Yes, he's evil, but there's also so much more to him, he's charismatic, intelligent, witty and sexy. I realize that there's a lot to live up to with all the amazing people that have played him over the years, but I feel so privileged, to be taking on this incredible character," Bang said in a statement.

The project was first announced in June 2017, but no casting had been revealed until now. The miniseries is to air on the BBC in the United Kingdom and on Netflix elsewhere.

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Which Oscar-winning actor is in talks to play Geppetto in 'Pinocchio'?

Tom Hanks is in early talks to play kindly toymaker Geppetto in director Paul King's live-action remake of Disney's Pinocchio.

The title character is a puppet who wants to be a real boy.

The Hollywood Reporter and Variety reported Hanks is considering the role of Pinocchio's creator and father figure.

Hanks already has a long history with Disney, having voiced the animated cowboy Woody in the Toy Story franchise since 1995, as well as playing Walt Disney himself in the 2013 live-action movie Saving Mr. Banks.

King helmed the recent Paddington blockbusters.

The Pinocchio redo would continue a trend where Disney has been releasing remakes of its cartoon classics using a mix of live-action performance and computer animation. The Jungle Book was released in 2016 to great acclaim and Beauty and the Beast was a box-office hit in 2017.

New versions of The Lion King, Aladdin and Dumbo -- using the same combination of live-action and photo-real animation -- are also on the way.

Oscar-winning The Shape of Water filmmaker Guillermo del Toro announced last month he is working on a separate Pinocchio project for Netflix. His take will be a stop-motion, animated musical.