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UK Auction Selling Props

Prop Store, one of the world’s leading film and TV memorabilia companies has today announced it is to hold the UK’s largest annual live auction of film and TV memorabilia for the sixth consecutive year this September, with the items on offer expected to fetch in excess of ? million ($7.5 million). The auction is to be held at London’s BFI IMAX proudly presented by ODEON, Europe’s largest cinema group.

900 rare and iconic lots will be sold during Prop Store’s unique Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction over two days on Monday 30th September and Tuesday 1st October 2019 in Waterloo, London. The auction will be live-streamed online for fans to track the bidding on auction days...

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Bruce Springsteen’s Directorial Debut

 Bruce Springsteen's Directorial Debut

Bruce Springsteen’s Directorial Debut

Great news, BRUUUUUUUUUCE fans. Western Stars — the recently announced hybrid concert film based on Bruce Springsteen’s latest album — is getting a theatrical release. Warner Bros. announced today it would distribute the film in theaters, and also unveiled the first trailer for the movie, which Springsteen stars in and co-directed with Thom Zimny:

The synopsis for the film, from the press release:

Springsteen’s first studio album in five years, Western Stars marks a departure for the legendary singer/songwriter while still drawing on his roots...

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DC Closes Vertigo Comics

DC Closes Vertigo Comics

DC Closes Vertigo Comics

Today marks the end of an era in comics, as DC announced that it was shuddering Vertigo, the home of its comics for adults since 1993. Instead, DC will stick its own name on all of its books, with different labels to indicate their intended audience. “DC Kids” will be for children between the ages of 8 and 12. The main DC Comics series will be intended for children and adults age 13 and older. And “DC Black Label” will be the new home for mature content intended for readers over the age of 17.

Here is DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio’s statement on the news:

We’re returning to a singular presentation of the DC brand that was present throughout most of our history until 1993 when we launched Vertigo to provide an outlet for edgier material...

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More Great Movies That Take

More Great Movies That Take

More Great Movies That Take

More great movies that take place in one location

Comingsoon.net is locked away trying to determine the best movies that take place in a single location. See our choices in the gallery below!

While it might not be the first thing on one’s mind when analyzing what makes a movie work, a movie’s setting is almost always integral to how the story plays out. If it wasn’t, there wouldn’t be such thing as a set designer, a costume department, a location scout, and so on. Sometimes all it takes to appreciate the importance of setting is to watch a movie that locks itself into one single location.

It sounds strange, but it’s actually a more common gimmick than you might think...

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10 Best Movies About Fatherhood

10 Best Movies About Fatherhood

10 Best Movies About Fatherhood

The 10 best movies about fatherhood

Comingsoon.net is honoring all the fathers and father figures out there with a compilation of the best movies about being a dad. Check out our picks in the gallery below!

RELATED: Father’s Day Gift Guide: Let Dad Kick Back with His Favorite Movies

Fatherhood is a very complex thing, especially in the 21st century. Family structures of the past are not always prevalent in the lives of many people not just in America, but around the world. For some, a dad isn’t always the man they share half of their chromosomes with. For most, the honor of being called “dad” lies on the shoulders of the one who filled the role of the father figure—whether that’s a dad, a granddad, a mentor, or whatever...

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WWE NXT’s Kyle O’Reilly

Kyle O’Reilly, part of WWE NXT’s Undisputed Era stable, is set to miss more shows due to a back injury he suffered in a ladder match at TakeOver XXV. Prior to his WWE signing in 2017, O’Reilly had made a name for himself in the professional wrestling world, primarily in the Ring of Honor promotion. During his ROH tenure, O’Reilly captured their world championship once, and their tag team championship three times, alongside future Undisputed Era teammate Bobby Fish as reDRagon. The team also won tag team titles in New Japan Pro Wrestling. O’Reilly also went to war alongside (and against) Undisputed Era leader Adam Cole many times prior to WWE.

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Since their WWE debut, Undisputed Era has dominated NX...

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Batman Villain Phantasm Is Coming

Phantasm is heading to DC Comics, as Tom King will bring the villain into the main continuity in his Batman/Catwoman series. King got his start with DC on Batman back in 2016, as part of their DC Rebirth relaunch. In the over three years of work he’s delivered, King has created several big storylines and a few that were met with great pushback from readers, such as a much discussed wedding with Catwoman.

Despite some controversial moments, King’s run with the Dark Knight has been highly praised, which is why it came as a surprise a few weeks ago when news surfaced that his run was going to be ending sooner than expected. King previously set out to tell a 100-issue tale about Batman, but it was revealed that it’ll end after issue #85...

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Galaxy’s Edge Opens at Disneyland

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is only one day away from opening to the public. Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Billy Dee Williams, and George Lucas were on hand for the official launch party and paid tribute to some of their friends who were no longer with them. The latest addition to the Disneyland theme park has been hailed as almost being too much, even for the most hardcore Star Wars fan, which is more than likely a good thing. With that being said, the initial four-hour reservations might not be enough to take everything in.

At the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge launch, George Lucas deemed the new addition, “Star Tours on steroids,” which sounds about right from everything seen and experienced in the park thus far. Disney CEO Bob Iger welcomed Lucas and crew to the launch while the Star Wars creator...

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Spider-Man: Far From Home

Spider-Man: Far From Home will be Tom Holland’s fifth time playing the webhead on the big screen. He’s already broken surpassed previous Peter Parkers (Andrew Garfield got two outings in The Amazing Spider-Man series, and Tobey Maguire completed Sam Raimi’s trilogy) with an introduction in Captain America: Civil War, his own solo movie and key part in two Avengers films, although don’t expect him to slow down any time soon.

We learned just how much fun Holland had as Spidey, with a happiness to play the role many more times, when we sat down with the actor on the Far From Home set. Check it out below.

Related: Everything We Learned On The Set Of Spider-Man: Far From Home

This one will be your fourth time playing Spider-Man...

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3′

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3'

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3′

James Gunn just gave one of his first in-depth interviews about his firing and rehiring from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 by Disney last year. Speaking to Deadline he talked about whether Disney was in their right to fire him (he said they were), whether he was sorry about the controversial old tweets that got him fired (he was), and also the thing he was most looking forward to about making the movie (after Suicide Squad 2, which is still happening).

You might expect to Gunn to say he was looking forward to joking around with Chris Pratt, or exploring Gamora’s character in the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame, but for Gunn, it’s all about Rocket, a character he feels so close to he says he “is me.”

Here was Gunn’s quote:

When you asked me...

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