It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia: 15 CRAZIEST Things Charlie Has Done

After 12 seasons, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia remains one of the best shows on television. The gang has been up to their antics for over a decade now, and continue to be one of the consistently funny shows on television. While other long-running comedies fall-off and drift into obscurity, Always Sunny seems to get better with every season released by FXX.

The gang has done some outrageous things over the course of their television appearance. They get away with some of the most offensive material. Whether it’s dropping N-words, C-words and F-words all in one episode or debating the merits of black face in cinema, the gang has done it all. The most absurd of all characters on the show has to be the illiterate, illegitimate, borderline feral Charlie Kelly, as portrayed by Charlie Day.

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Martin Scorsese to Film Next Two Movies Back to Back

Martin Scorsese may wind up filming his next two movies – The Irishman and Killers of the Flower Moon – back to back. The Irishman is a longtime passion project that the legendary, Oscar-winning filmmaker is now producing as a Netflix original movie. A gangster film based on the real-life exploits of the infamous mob hitman Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran, The Irishman is expected to begin production this September for either a late 2018 or an early 2019 release date. In addition, the project will reunite Scorsese with his longtime collaborators Robert DeNiro and Joe Pesci, among other seasoned veterans of the cinematic gangster genre.

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Avengers: Infinity War May Have Wrapped

Directors Joe and Anthony Russo have indicated that Avengers: Infinity War has wrapped filming. The Russos made the jump to blockbuster films and the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Captain America: The Winter Soldier and instantly cemented their place in the MCU moving forward. They followed it up wonderfully with Captain America: Civil War, and their ability to balance several heroes at once made it clear why they had been chosen to direct the next two Avengers films.

They’ve since been engrossed in the MCU world and have been hard at work filming Infinity War since the start of the year. Almost every MCU star has reported to set throughout the process, with filming itself having multiple locations. Even though they still have another entire Avengers film to shoot, they appear to have one down now.

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The Incredibles 2 Begins Right After the First Movie

Brad Bird’s The Incredibles 2, takes place immediately after the events of Bird’s original 2004 film. Although Walt Disney Animation hasn’t traditionally been in the habit of releasing theatrical sequels — which is something they plan on changing in the future with movies like Frozen 2 and Wreck-It Ralph 2 — Pixar hasn’t shied away from producing sequels to their biggest properties, such as Cars and Toy Story. However, the one sequel that people have been clamoring for will finally release next summer: The Incredibles 2.

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Queen Biopic is Official; Rami Malek is Freddie Mercury

A Queen movie biopic is officially happening at last. Queen enjoyed a long run throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s as one of the more significant bands of the rock era. They had hits that included “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “We Will Rock You”, “We Are the Champions”, “Fat Bottomed Girls” and many more that have endured, from classic rock radio to sports stadiums, to this day. Perhaps the biggest element of Queen’s success was Freddie Mercury, one of rock’s most talented, flamboyant and charismatic frontmen.

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How War For The Planet of The Apes Connects To The Original Movies

Warning: SPOILERS for War for the Planet of the Apes ahead

The Planet of The Apes franchise has had a strange relationship with time and its own continuity for about as long as it’s been a franchise. The original two films are set in what turns out to be Earth’s far-flung future, while the third installment (Escape From The Planet of The Apes) features characters from that future traveling back to the then-present and – it turns out – setting in motion the events that will (in that timeline) bring about the Ape-ruled future they came from; setting up a classic time travel sci-fi paradox of what point in that temporal loop can actually be called the beginning of the story.

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15 Shows That Are SO Much Better Than Sailor Moon

Nothing can compare to the ultimate Sailor Moon– or so many believe. It’s thanks to Sailor Moon that the entire genre is stuck to the formulaic plotline. However, the magical girl genre extends far beyond the common archetypes in the Sailor Moon series.

In fact, there are at least three main sub-genres: senshi, witch, and idol–all three focus in different areas. Most viewers are familiar with the mahou senshi shows– better known as magical warrior anime– which includes the likes of Sailor Moon. Witch and idol shows, to an extent, integrate magic and transformation sequences in the story, but instead of the explicit day-to-day villain scenarios, magic is used to further explore the conditions and situations that the characters are in.

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Russo Brothers Set for FX’s Mastermind Series

The Russo Brothers will be joining forces with Noah Hawley to bring crime series The Mastermind to FX. The Russo Brothers have been very busy since Captain America: The Winter Soldier bumped them from comedic TV directors to franchise filmmakers. Right now, they’re wrapping up filming on Avengers: Infinity War and gearing up to start Avengers 4 any day now. The former will be a prominent part of both D23 this weekend and Comic-Con next week. But despite the rest of the year being Marvel-focused, the two directors aren’t slowing down when it comes to other projects.

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War for Planet of the Apes Box Office Preview

Welcome to the Screen Rant Box Office Prediction. Every week we put together an informal list of box office picks for the upcoming weekend to offer readers a rough estimate of how new releases (and returning holdovers) will perform in theaters.

For a recap of last week’s box office totals, read our box office wrap-up from Spider-Man: Homecoming‘s opening weekend, and scroll to the bottom of this post to see how our picks matched up.

Full disclosure: Box office predictions are not an exact science. We acknowledge our picks may not always be correct. For the sake of offering a jumping off point for discussion, here are our picks for the weekend of July 14 – 16, 2017.

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Which Actor is the Frontrunner to Star as the New Doctor Who?

As we prepare to meet the new Doctor Who this Sunday, it looks like My Family star Kris Marshall is still the frontrunner to enter the TARDIS next time around. Taking over from Peter Capaldi, the bets are still running on who will be tuning their sonic screwdriver to play the thirteenth Doctor for the BBC.

We already saw hints of the Doctor’s infamous regeneration during July 1’s season finale “The Doctor Falls”, and the stage is set for a new era. Continuing as the 11th season of the show since its reboot in 2005, Doctor Who promises all change for the BBC’s sci-fi drama. In addition to Capaldi’s departure, showrunner Steven Moffat will be replaced by Chris Chibnall in season 11.

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