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It's Nicolas Cage v Sharks in the 'USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage' Trailer


"Groundbreaking"; "Emotional"; "Riveting"; "Gripping"; "Intense"; "Epic"; "Heroic"; "Brilliant"; "Stunning"; "Powerful." Such are the words of praise attributed to absolutely no one at all in the trailer for USS: Indianapolis: Men of Courage, a supposedly gripping, heroic, and brilliant film based on the true story of the titular ship and the 900 or so sailors stranded in shark-infested waters when their vessel was taken out with a Japanese torpedo during World War II. Commanding officer Charles B. McVay III was court-marshaled for the incident, later took his own life, and was only exonerated of the charges sixteen years ago. But, at last, he is being honored with an almost certainly straight-to-video venture starring Tom Sizemore, Thomas Jane, and, as McVay himself, none other than Nicolas Cage, who appears quite annoyed about the sharks invading his personal space.

From Variety, here's that trailer:

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Andrew Garfield To Star in 'It Follows' Director's Next Film


Andrew Garfield, the man we once knew as Spider-Man but now know as Famous Garfield But Not the Lasagna-Loving Cat and Also Not the President, is attached to star in the latest from David Robert Mitchell. Variety reports that Famous Garfield But Not the Lasagna-Loving Cat and Also Not the President has signed on for Under the Silver Lake, Mitchell's follow-up to It Follows. The film is said to be a neo-noir crime thriller set in Los Angeles, perhaps in or beneath Silver Lake, the west coast home of our coolest, most artisanal crimes.

Deadpool's Home Video Commercial Is an Erectile Dysfunction Ad


This works way better than when Liam Neeson did this for the Schindler's List VHS.

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Well, Here's What the New Power Rangers Look Like


From Entertainment Weekly, here's our first look at our new Power Rangers atop their signature beat-up-old-box-Zords. Pulsing with the raw energy of LED string lights from a college dorm, they're sort of the dollar-store knock-off Power Rangers toys--recognizable but not quite right, and seemingly made of a toxic plastic. Also, now the girls wear wedge heels and everyone has the belly jewel of a troll doll, because otherwise it would look dated and silly.

'Avengers: Infinity War - Parts 1 & 2' Will Be Called Something Else Eventually


Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War - Part 1 and Avengers: Infinity War - Part 2 are not going to be called those name anymore, so stop it. Speaking to Uproxx, Captain America: Civil War and movies-formerly-known-as-Infinity War, Parts 1 & 2 directors Joe and Anthony Russo revealed that they plan to retitle the coming Avengers films to better reflect that they're "two very different movies." How about one is called Infinity War, and the other can just outright be The One You Planned To See in Theaters But Ended Up Watching on a Plane Months Later?

Schwarzenegger To Star in Taran Killam's Directorial Debut


Undeterred by Jingle All the Way and Junior, Arnold Schwarzenegger is heading back to the world of comedy. THR reports that the U.S.'s second governor from Predator will star in the action-comedy Why We're Killing Gunther, the feature writing-directing debut of SNL's Taran Killam. Killam will also star, alongside wife/S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Cobie Smulders, fellow SNL-ers Bobby Moynihan and Paul Brittain, Silicon Valley's Kumail Nanjiani, and Fresh Off the Boat's Randall Park. The story is said to focus on a group of international assassins and their troubles in offing their showboat peer Gunther. Hopefully, that titular role will be Schwarzenegger, because pretty much all of his best movies are people trying to kill him, right?

Michael Fassbender Will Do Some Serial Killing


Sex addict, android, and magnet villain Michael Fassbender will now also be a serial killer. Variety reports that the actor will star in Entering Hades, a film about Austrian killer Jack Unterweger. Unterweger was convicted of strangling a woman with her bra in 1974 but was released in 1990 after a stint in prison, where he became an author. He was then hired to investigate and write about crime, but he decided to use that opportunity to also murder a bunch of prostitutes, later committing suicide after being again convicted. Now, thanks to Fassbender's charismatic presence, you're going to end up sort of liking that guy at a level. It will be gross.

We're Going To Give a 'Blues Brothers' Animated Series Another Go


Apparently hoping fourth time's the charm when it comes to cashing in on an idea co-founded by a deceased man 40 years ago, Dan Aykroyd is once again trying to reboot The Blues Brothers. Deadline reports that Aykoyd and John Belushi's widow are teaming with Bob's Burgers makers Bento Box Entertainment for a new animated take on Jake and Elwood Blues.

Notably, Aykroyd and Judy Belushi already tried this in 1997, teaming with UPN for a Blues Brothers cartoon, but the critical and commercial failure of 1998's anachronistic Blues Brothers 2000 apparently put a stop to it; the two again pitched a primetime animated series to networks in 2011, but that too failed to get off the ground.

"The show will be the Blues Brothers living in America and utilizing all new technology to make and promote their own records, seek out and record new artists and avoid law enforcement - and all while fighting for truth, justice and a better breakfast sandwich," Aykroyd said in a statement. That is to say, christ, we're going to have to watch Jake and Elwood's mission from God to get on Spotify, aren't we?