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Cinema RedPill Podcast

Cinema Red Pill is a film podcast by Uganda based cinephiles Sharon Rwakatungu (@sharonrwaky), Timothy Niwamanya (@Sir_Tesh) and Joel Tugaineyo (@jntugaineyo). Listen for movie reviews and commentary every week. We talk about classic and contemporary films from Africa and everywhere else.



Dwayne Johnson continues to make the case that he's the most likable human alive.

Could these be the infinity war teams? As usual Marvel unveils new #InfintyWar content after some Twitter engagement This time from a Black panther team up tweet! Who are you most excited to see #BlackPanther team up with in Marvel Studios' @Avengers #InfinityWar? — Black Panther (@theblackpanther) March 26, 2018 and as usual Avengers gave […]
SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Warner Bros. and New Line's Rampage got things started with an estimated $11.5 million on Friday with current estimates anticipating a debut anywhere from $31-32 million for the three-day, which is likely to find the film debuting in second place. The film received an "A-" CinemaScore. Meanwhile, Rampage has thus far brought in an estimated $36.7 million internationally after debuting overseas on Thursday. Leading the way is China with an estimated $15.6 mi...
At last! A new, big-screen version of beloved 1980s fan favorite Masters of the Universe is moving forward. The original animated television series, inspired by the Mattel toy line, ruled the world in the 1980s. That led to a live-action film, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (above), which was certainly memorable. Sony Pictures and Mattel have now decided to infuse the upcoming new version with some indie spirit. Aaron Nee and Adam Nee have been hired to direct, according to Variety. Who are they and what could this mean for our beloved He-Man? Who are the Nee Brothers? Aaron Nee and Adam Nee (above in Band of Robbers), aka The Brothers Nee and the Nee Brothers, have collaborated together on short and feature films, as well as music videos, for years. They...
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Westworld star Evan Rachel Wood turned down the opportunity to appear in Mean Girls, but she had a good reason for doing so.