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Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021) Review

As Eddie Brock attempts to get his career going again he interviews serial killer Cletus Kasady and the meeting before he has been given the death penalty goes terribly wrong when he becomes a host to Carnage due to Venom being inside Brock. ⭐️⭐️. We are shown a little bit...
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Video Tribute To The Dying Art of Opening Title Sequences

I’ve got a video here for you to watch from Patrick (H) Willems, and it explores the art of opening title sequences in movies and how it’s dying. I love it when a film takes the opportunity to include an awesome opening title sequence!. When talking about title sequences, director...
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Is there a ‘Dune’ credits scene? Continuation Plans Revealed!

The new movie dune is out NOW, and fans will likely want to know if they should stick around for one credits scene after the movie. Many films, especially those from Marvel and DC Comics, have additional scenes during and after the credits to tease the upcoming films in the franchise.
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Inside 10 Years of ‘American Horror Story’s Opening Credits With Title Designer Kyle Cooper

In an era where streaming services actively encourage viewers to “Skip Intro,” American Horror Story remains one of the few television series whose viewers would never even dare to fast-forward. Dissecting this stylized minute of television, full of graphic imagery and jarring industrial riffs, has become a sport in and of itself; early on in each new season, fans actively predict how these new sequences may hint at what’s to come. Yet American Horror Story‘s credits have always been far more than just a fun gimmick: they serve as a self-contained and insightful reflection on every season. (They’ve been nominated for three Emmy Awards for Outstanding Main Title Design, too.)
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Why Did Fear The Walking Dead Remove One Star From Season 7's Opening Credits?

Some spoilers below for Fear the Walking Dead’s Season 7 premiere, so be warned!. Fear the Walking Dead is no stranger to saying goodbye to certain characters, but it’s also a series that tends to make it pretty clear when someone is leaving the show. Usually by way of a horrifying death scene or...well, it’s almost always the death scene. Season 7’s premiere was entirely focused on the Tower-iffic evolution of Colman Domingo’s Victor Strand, as well as the connection Gus Halper’s short-lived Will had with Alicia, and so no other characters popped up during the episode. But the show’s creative team mysteriously went a bit further and completely removed one star’s name from the credits that follow the opening title sequence. So what happened to Maggie Grace?
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How Radiohead Wrote the Perfect Bond Theme

For his YouTube channel Listening In, Barnaby Martin analyzed the theme that Radiohead wrote for the 2015 Bond film Spectre, a song that he calls “one of the greatest Bond themes ever written”. Somewhat notoriously (at least around these parts), the producers rejected this theme in favor of a lukewarm by Sam Smith.
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The Glorious (and Endangered) Art of the Opening Credits Sequence

Every film deserves a hype man. And what better hype man can you ask for than an opening credits sequence?. Welcome to The Queue — your daily distraction of curated video content sourced from across the web. Today, we’re watching a video essay on the rise and decline of movie opening credits sequences.
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Fear the Walking Dead Series Regular Maggie Grace Removed From Opening Credits

Alicia Clark (Alycia Debnam-Carey) isn't the only one missing from Fear the Walking Dead. Maggie Grace, a series regular who has played Althea since Season 4 of Fear, is removed from the opening credits of Sunday's Season 7 premiere "The Beacon" and Episode 702 "Six Hours" (streaming early on AMC+). We last saw Al leaving Morgan's (Lennie James) dam community in Season 6 Episode 11, "The Holding," setting off to find and warn CRM soldier Isabelle (Sydney Lemmon) about Teddy (John Glover) and his nuclear warheads. But now the LOST alum is, well, lost for now — Grace's name no longer appears as part of the credited cast of Season 7.
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The New 'Succession' Opening Credits Are Airing More of Waystar Royco's Dirty Laundry

Succession officially returned for its third season last night, and, frankly, didn't we all get a little collective chill when those clanging first notes of Nicholas Britell's theme started to play over the opening title? The beauty of the Succession credits is that they are virtually un-skippable unless you truly do not care about the Roys, and, if so, who are you? Britell's music is infectious and creator Jesse Armstrong has packed little jokes and winks into the visuals, mashing up home video-style footage of the Roy kids with glances at whatever ATN is up to in the present day.
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15 Best James Bond Opening Credit Sequences

Every franchise has its staples that make their way into every entry of the series. For example, James Bond movies have several: catchphrases, gun barrel sequences, and bombastic villains. On top of it all, James Bond movies have become famous for their opening title sequences ever since Dr. No. Very...
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