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It's a good time to be a Star Wars fan, because there's a lot to look forward to on the big screen and television over the next few years. Here are all the upcoming movies and TV shows we know about so far.More \232a
The sequel to 2015 blockbuster Jurassic World, director J.A. Bayona's Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom offers a darker spin on the Jurassic Park franchise, but still manages to offer the series' signature spectacle.More \232a
Tom Cruise has posted the first photo from Top Gun 2, the sequel to the 1986 action film that cast him as hotshot pilot Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, which has officially begun production after years of rumors.More \232a
Episode 10 of the The Handmaid's Tale season 2 might be the darkest so far for the hit Hulu series, and writer Yahlin Chang explains what went into the heart-wrenching moments that made 'The Last Ceremony' so powerful.More \232a
The first trailer for Creed II has debuted, featuring Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Creed and Romanian boxer Florian Munteanu as the son of Ivan Drago, Dolph Lundgren's character from Rocky IVMore \232a
That gorgeous E3 2018 demo from Sony's press conference is actually full of new systems that you'll need to fight your way through the post-apocalyptic world of 'The Last of Us Part 2.'More \232a
Sony announced PlayStation Hits, a discount program that offers acclaimed games like Doom and The Last of Us Remastered for $20. The program kicks off later this month in the United States and Canada.More \232a
Todd Phillips is developing a stand-alone Joker origin story, with acclaimed veteran Joaquin Phoenix set to portray the Clown Prince of Crime. The movie, reportedly set during the 1980s, now has a new working title.More \232a
One of hip-hop's biggest icons is making a movie about one of R&B's biggest legends. Dr. Dre is working on a film about Marvin Gaye -- a project that has been planned by many but never approved by the Gaye estate.More \232a
The biggest movie of all time for Marvel Studios had one of the most successful premieres of all time, with Avengers: Infinity War passing multiple box office milestones on its way to setting a new opening weekend record.More \232a
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