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Adorable ‘Jaws’ Plush Comic-Con Exclusive Now Up For Pre-Sale

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Factory Entertainment is putting the adorable in Jaws‘ anniversary. This little dude comes with before mentioned adorableness as well as the yellow barrels the crew of the Orca use to slow Bruce down.

The Jaws plush originally planned exclusively for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, is now getting an online pre-sale. So, in this caseComic Con’s bad fortune is a Jaws collector’s good fortune. They are limited, so if you plan on getting one best to get over to Factory Entertainment’s site now.

The plush shark is 12″ long, infinitely cute and limited to 1000 shark.

It’s around this time that we would be celebrating Alamo Drafthouse’s Jaws On The Water event, sadly it isn’t happening this year. Jaws On The Water is the blast of an event the theater puts on everywhere in which you watch Jaws while floating on murky, ominous water. But, we still have plans to watch the film while in a pool at the very least. I mean, we have to do something.

This little dude goes for $25 and is expected to ship in Aug. To place your pre-order head on over to Factory Entertainment.

What do you have planned to celebrate Bruce’s 45th birthday? Let us know in the comments section.

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World War II Werewolf Film ‘Operation Blood Hunt’ is “Predator Meets The Dirty Dozen”

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Well if that isn’t one hell of a cool description for a werewolf movie. Operation Blood Hunt is being described by THR as “Predator meets The Dirty Dozen meets Underworld“. Not a bad lineup of comparisons. Jonathan Rhys Meyers stars in the WWII violent picture.

Director, Louis Mandylor takes the reigns in this werewolf film set during the turbulent times of WWII.

The Hollywood Reporter breaks down the movie like this:

Operation Blood Hunt follows prolific expert of the occult and whiskey, The Reverend, who accompanies a ragtag group of military rejects to a remote South Pacific Island to investigate the disappearance of Marine units stationed there in 1944, said to be at the hands of the Japanese Imperial Army. Upon speaking with the island’s inhabitants, the group soon discovers the Marines had actually been massacred by a group of Lycanthropes, known to most as Werewolves.

Operation Blood Hunt is also focusing on bringing practical effects to the werewolf film. That’s right, y’all. These are full-on mechanical puppets and not more crappy CG drivel.

We will be sure to get you a release date for this one as soon as it becomes available.

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‘The Last of Us’ Final Trailer Unveils the Clickers and the Series’ Broken Heart

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The Last of Us drops one of its best trailers yet. The latest trailer digs into the heart of the game-turned-series. It also gives us our first real look at some very pissed-off Clickers. Director, Craig Mazin (Chernobyl) brings his trademark dower-facing work to Naughty Dog’s smash hit game. We are also in love with Bella Ramsey pantomiming a Clicker infection after showing that she survived a bite.

The trailer also has a great version of A-Ha’s Take on Me. For those of you who played the game, you will recall tha this was a very special song that Ellie played for Dina on the acoustic guitar that she acquired from Joel.

The synopsis for The Last of Us goes like this:

Joel, a grizzled survivor of a dangerous post-pandemic world, who has slowly lost his sense of morality after the loss of his daughter, and Ellie, a young girl with her own struggle to find real human connection, are forced together and must travel across the U.S. in search of a feint hope for the future of humanity.

The Last of Us arrives on HBO Max beginning January 15.

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Netflix Cancels ‘The Midnight Club’ – Director, Mike Flanagan Shares What Would Have Happened in Season Two

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Mike Flanagan has given us some serious greats as of late. From The Haunting of Hill House to Midnight Mass, Flanagan is creating incredible works. Sadly, Flanagan’s pitch black, The Midnight Club has been canceled after only one season. Christopher Pike’s The Midnight Club book wasn’t the only book that Flanagan was pulling from. Instead, Flanagan was combines highlights from across Pike’s body of work.

Flanagan has taken to Tumblr to share the direction that season 2 would have headed. He also explains several mysteries that were left open-ended. He also explains who would have lived and who was going to die. Sadly, Amesh would have died bravely very early on in season 2.

Perhaps saddest of all is the death of Ilonka. The way Flanagan planned her death was very poetic.

Midnight Club fans need to look through it for themselves there are details about Heather Langenkamp’s character.

Overall, it sounds like Flanagan’s Midnight Club season 2 would have been very dark and dower. But like all of the director’s works he finds beauty within those dark moments.

In other great Flanagan news, he has partnered with Amazon Prime to bring us even more goodies along with Intrepid Pictures.

For Flanagan’s full season two details for The Midnight Club head OVER HERE.

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