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Steve Jobs 

Home, Movie Reviews, Travis Martin

By Travis Martin @tjpm1994 10/26/15 Steve Jobs was a brilliant man and innovator, the cofounder of Apple and the creator of the Mac, iPod, and iPhone. However, the man behind these inventions was not as warm and inviting as his…

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2nd “Daddy’s Home” trailer released

Mandela Wells, News, News Articles

By Mandela Wells @MwellsDJ 10/26/15 A new Daddy’s Home trailer has been released with even more jokes than before. The new trailer for the comedy picture gives us the same intro as the first but now we see more of…

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Tower of Terror theme park ride officially getting his own film

Ryan Williams

By Ryan Williams 10/26/15 It’s rare for a studio to make a movie based on a theme park ride, but Disney owns so many properties that the company can afford to do produce whatever it pleases. Now, one of Disney’s…

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“The Screening Room Episode 4 (10-4-2015)”

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Bella Thorne joins “The Babysitter”

Michael Fuller, News, News Articles

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/23/Bella_Thorne_March_18,_2014_%28cropped%29.jpg By Michael Fuller 10/26/15 Fans of teen sensation Bella Thorne get excited because shes returning to the silver screen in a whole new light! The former Disney Channel star has signed on to Star in the horror comedy The…

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THIS WEEK ON THE SCREENING ROOM 10/25/15

This Week on the Screening Room

Welcome back to the number one place for all things movies, The Screening Room. The gang had a lot to talk about on this Sunday’s broadcast so if you missed the live show, you’ll want to read on for a…

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Johnny Depp is in talks to headline an Edgar Wright-helmed adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s “Fortunately, the Milk”

Danielle Moskowitz, News, News Articles

By Danielle Moskowitz 10/25/15             Johnny Depp is now in the works of producing and playing the father character in Fortunately, the Milk. Negotiations are underway with 20th Century Fox for a big screen adaption of Neil Gaiman’s children’s novel….

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