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Ant-Man 3’s Release Date May Have Been Leaked

It’s a beetle! It’s a worm! It’s…Ant-Man? Quite possibly, actually.

Ant-Man 3 has been nowhere to be heard or seen during recent Marvel events, never even escaping the lips of the almighty Kevin Feige once. People feared the worst and thought perhaps there may not be a continuation of his or Wasp’s stories. But Paul Rudd’s been telling the fans to make it happen and Marvel may have been keeping something from us all, per an intrepid and reliable rascal.

Twitter user Charles Murphy, who’s put up leaks before that’ve been mostly verified, posted this list of possible upcoming happenings for the Marvel Cinematic Universe:

Always subject to change and still much we don't know:

Upcoming McU

5/1/20-Black Widow





5/7/21-Strange 2


Q3/21-What If…?

7/16/21-Spidey 3


11/5/21-Thor 4


5/6/22-bp 2

7/29/22- Am 3


— Charles Murphy
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‘Arrested Development’ Star Alia Shawkat Cast in FX’s ‘The Old Man’ Pilot

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‘Arrested Development’ Star Alia Shawkat Cast in FX’s ‘The Old Man’ Pilot
“Arrested Development” star Alia Shawkat has been cast in FX’s “The Old Man.” She joins previously announced cast Jeff Bridges, John Lithgow and Amy Brenneman.

Based on Thomas Perry’s bestselling novel of the same name, “The Old Man” is described as following Dan Chase (Bridges), who absconded from the CIA decades ago and has been living off the grid since. When an assassin arrives and tries to take Chase out, the old operative learns that to ensure his future he now must reconcile his past.

Shawkat will play Angela, described as a rising star at the FBI and a protégé to Deputy Director Harold Harper (Lithgow). Assigned to the pursuit of fugitive Dan Chase (Bridges), Angela is swept into a world of buried secrets and hidden agendas that will put her relationship with Harper to the test.

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Netflix Review – Living With Yourself

Martin Izzard reviews Netflix’s Living With Yourself… When you sit down without the intention of binging an entire new show all at once but that happens anyway, it’s pretty indicative of the impact of that series. This is absolutely the case with Living With Yourself starring Paul Rudd, Aisling Bea and Paul Rudd. Rudd is […]

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Ant-Man 3 Rumored To Introduce The Next Avengers Team

Last week, we finally got word that Ant-Man 3 was in the works, with it reported that Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will be back as Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne sometime after 2021, as that’s when production is reportedly pegged to take place. This info came our way via insider Charles Murphy and in the latest episode of his Murphy’s Law podcast, he’s now revealed one major new detail about his scoop, which if true, means that AM3 should prove to be a key installment in the McU.

According to Murphy, there’s a chance that Ant-Man 3 could introduce the Young Avengers into the franchise. It’s best to label this one as a rumor for the moment, as Murphy makes clear this is only something he’s heard and cannot 100% confirm, but it does make sense in several ways for the movie to be the one
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Tom Brady Insists Massage Parlor Cameo on Netflix Series Wasn't a Dig at Patriots Owner Robert Kraft

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is setting the record straight about a recent Netflix cameo that has caught the Internet’s attention.

Brady makes a brief appearance in the Paul Rudd-fronted Living With Yourself, which dropped its first season on Oct. 18. In the first episode, Rudd’s character, Miles, arrives at the Top Happy Spa, a strip mall massage parlor where he hopes to receive a rejuvenating treatment (of sorts) that will improve his life. The character is skeptical until he sees Brady walk out of the spa, looking refreshed.

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Aisling Bea

Aisling Bea’s career has been nothing short of stellar. Since abandoning her dream of becoming a straight actor to concentrate on a life in comedy, she’s gone from strength to strength, appearing regularly on some of Britain’s biggest panel shows and, as of October 2019, starring in Netflix’s newest big hitter, Living With Yourself. The darkly surreal comedy, which also stars Paul Rudd, is set to transform Aisling from a British entertainer into an international sensation. Find out more with these ten fast facts. 1. Her father took his own life Aisling was born in a small village in rural

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Aisling Bea
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Paul Rudd is the Reason Leonardo DiCaprio did Titanic

Leonardo DiCaprio is known for his incredible career full of outstanding and diverse movies, but perhaps none is more famous than Titanic. What you may not realize is that Leo almost took a pass on the film. In fact, if it hadn’t been for his friend Paul Rudd, we might very well have seen a very different movie. Imagine a Titanic where Matthew McConaughey played Jack opposite Drew Barrymores’ Rose. Stranger things have happened, but we think it was impressive of Paul Rudd to help tip the scales for the film because it just wouldn’t have been the same without

Paul Rudd is the Reason Leonardo DiCaprio did Titanic
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The week in TV: Dublin Murders; Living With Yourself; Giri/Haji and more – reviews

The BBC’s new cop hit brings brilliantly flawed humanity to familiar tropes, and Paul Rudd is literally at war with himself on Netflix

Dublin Murders BBC One | iPlayer

Living With Yourself Netflix

Giri/Haji BBC Two | iPlayer

Succession Sky Atlantic/Now TV

Why We Hate Discovery UK

Are Our Politicians Up to It?: The Debate Channel 5

Dublin Murders fell into a few traps, but rolled away from all of them, bloodily nicked but unbowed, to rise tall above ditches, below that grey perma-sky, and shine. It is, honestly, as good as everybody’s telling you.
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Halloween Kills Set Pic Offers First Look At Kyle Richards’ Lindsey Wallace

Actress Kyle Richards recently took to Instagram with a photo providing our first look at the return of Lindsey Wallace in the upcoming Halloween Kills.

Last time Richards assumed the role of the famed Haddonfield resident was in the original 1978 Halloween, where she was one of the children terrorized by Michael Myers on that fateful October night. Since then, the character has been largely absent from the franchise, save for an appearance in Rob Zombie’s 2007 remake where she was played by Jenny Gregg Stewart. Though you might not recognize Richards in this newly shared image, it’s tempting to see the actress’ dark bangs as a callback to the hairstyle sported by Lindsey over forty years ago.

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‘Living With Yourself’ Promo Not A Parody Of Robert Kraft, Tom Brady Claims

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Update: New England quarterback Tom Brady has vehemently denied that he was parodying Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s prostitution bust in a promo for the Netflix comedy Living With Yourself.

“That’s not what that was about,” Brady said to ESPN. “I think that was taken out of context, just like you’re taking it out of context and trying to make it a story for yourself, which has a negative connotation to it, which I don’t appreciate. It was meant to be something different than that. The fact it’s a distraction or you’re bringing it up is not something I want to be talking about.”

Brady said he would never dig at his boss and that he had not spoken to Kraft.

“I think everybody knows what our relationship is about. For 20 years, it’s nothing but love and respect,” Brady said. “I’ve been through
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Ant-Man's 5 Funniest (& 5 Saddest) Moments In The McU

Ant-Man is one of the funniest characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In fact, he’s arguably the only character whose solo movies could be classed as full-on comedies. This was mostly helped by the casting of Paul Rudd in the role of Scott Lang.

Related: Ant-Man And The Wasp's 10 Funniest Moments In The McU

Rudd has punched up the scripts for both Ant-Man movies with extra jokes alongside his Anchorman director Adam McKay, and brought improvisation to the set. But as with any McU hero, Ant-Man has also seen his fair share of tragedy and emotional gut-punches over the years. So, here Ant-Man’s 5 Funniest (And 5 Saddest) Moments In The McU.
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How Paul Rudd Turned Being the Nicest Guy in the Room Into Superstardom

How Paul Rudd Turned Being the Nicest Guy in the Room Into Superstardom
By all accounts, there are very few people in Hollywood nicer than Paul Rudd. If you search "Paul Rudd nice guy" on Google, a lengthy list full of headlines with variations on the phrase pop up, reminding you that his co-stars love him (Amy Poehler has described him as "Mr. Perfect"), fans love him, the press loves him—everyone loves him. Stephen Colbert went so far as to drop character during a 2014 interview with Rudd on The Colbert Report and label him "the nicest person on the planet." Since his breakthrough in the iconic (and soon to possibly be reimagined as a dramatic TV series) 1995 comedy Clueless through his appearances on Friends as Phoebe's eventual husband Mike, his...
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Golden Globes TV predictions: Editors divided over Best Comedy Actor — Bill Hader, Ben Platt or Ricky Gervais?

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Golden Globes TV predictions: Editors divided over Best Comedy Actor — Bill Hader, Ben Platt or Ricky Gervais?
According to the predictions of Gold Derby’s editors, one of this year’s most head-scratching Golden Globes races will be Best TV Comedy Actor. Our 10 staffers who cover awards year-round are split over a trio of funny men, with five picking Bill Hader (“Barry”), four choosing Ben Platt (“The Politician”) and one going with Ricky Gervais (“After Life”). Of these three actors only Gervais has won a Golden Globe before, while Hader and Platt are still hoping to be anointed by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

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The five editors who think Hader will take home his first career Golden Globe are: Chris Beachum, Joyce Eng, Zach Laws, Paul Sheehan and Susan Wloszczyna. Hader has won back-to-back Emmys for his role as the titular hired assassin on HBO’s comedy,
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‘Living With Yourself’ Review: Paul Rudd Excels in Netflix’s Softhearted Mid-Life Crisis Comedy

‘Living With Yourself’ Review: Paul Rudd Excels in Netflix’s Softhearted Mid-Life Crisis Comedy
Living With Yourself” is the kind of show that sends the spoiler discourse into overdrive. Starring Paul Rudd twice over, I can’t even tell you why there are two characters played by the affable everyman turned “Ant-Man” without blowing the big, initial surprise of Netflix’s new original series. The premise itself is a spoiler, and when that happens, lines are drawn: You’re either irate that some writer has spoiled the show’s central twist before you could watch it, or you’re confused and disinterested by the vague plot descriptions in an empty, superlative-laced review.

So I’m going to spoil it. Consider this your warning, but if you need a yay or nay on “Living With Yourself” before we get into specifics, here’s my brief, assured yay vote: Paul Rudd gets to embody every iteration of Paul Rudd, from the whiny baby-man we met in
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Living With Yourself Review: Netflix's Cloning Comedy Has Double the Paul Rudd

Here's a cold, hard fact: You're not that great. In fact, there are many ways in which you can improve yourself. Don't get mad! This isn't a direct attack on you, it's a universal truth for everyone. Well, everyone except for maybe Paul Rudd, Hollywood's infallible sweetheart and the star of


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How a Recurring Childhood Nightmare Inspired ‘Living With Yourself’

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How a Recurring Childhood Nightmare Inspired ‘Living With Yourself’
Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Living With Yourself,” streaming now on Netflix.

When writer and producer Timothy Greenberg was a child, he used to have a recurring nightmare. In it, he was sitting at his family’s kitchen table when the doorbell would ring and suddenly he would feel terrified, with his heart racing. His father would open the door, and there was another young Greenberg at the door. Something about that concept scared him then and stuck with him enough throughout the years that he revisited it in multiple story ideas, finally selling it as “Living With Yourself,” an eight-episode comedy for Netflix that stars Paul Rudd.

“I think that central question of identity and if you really could sit with another you, how would that make you feel, what would you think about seeing yourself from the outside is really interesting,” Greenberg tells Variety.
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‘The Irishman:’ Here’s Every One of Netflix’s Theatrical Locations and Screening Times

‘The Irishman:’ Here’s Every One of Netflix’s Theatrical Locations and Screening Times
Wondering where you can watch “The Irishman” when it’s released November 1? Lucky for you, distributor Netflix launched a website where you can find every location and screening time for Martin Scorsese’s gangster epic.

While a web and social media presence is a key marketing play for most movies, viewers are likely to find the website for Scorsese’s latest particularly useful. Netflix is giving the 3 ½-hour film a very limited theatrical release for less than a month before making it available to stream starting November 27.

The list provided on the website is not yet exhaustive as more theaters and showtimes will likely be added closer to November 1, when theaters set their schedules for that day. You can check showtimes and view trailers at

The Irishman,” based on Charles Brandt’s nonfiction book “I Heard You Paint Houses,” premiered to raves at the New York Film Festival last month.
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What to Stream the Weekend of Oct. 18

It's finally nostalgia season on TV, with adaptations of classic graphic novels and iconic Ya hits gracing our screens. But if you're not looking to tap into your teenage angst, Netflix is also offering up an original story, and with double the Paul Rudd, it'll be worth bingeing.



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New Updated Drama Series Based on the 90's Classic Clueless Shares Little in Common With the Original

A new hour-long drama series is being shopped around the streamers and networks right now that is said to be based on the 90’s gem of a movie Clueless. That movie is one of my favorites. It was funny and timely and it introduced us to America’s sweetheart, Paul Rudd. It totally holds up because the writing was just so good, and the actors were endearing. This new series is said to be an updated version of the story, but it sounds to me like it has nothing to do with the original, except some names and the location.

Here’d the description for the series, given by Deadline:

The new Clueless — a Mean Girls meets Riverdale meets a Lizzo music video — is also set in high school. It is described as a baby pink and bisexual blue-tinted, tiny sunglasses-wearing, oat milk latté and Adderall-fueled look at what happens
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‘Living With Yourself’ Creator on Directing 2 Paul Rudds and How He Landed That Shocking Cameo

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‘Living With Yourself’ Creator on Directing 2 Paul Rudds and How He Landed That Shocking Cameo
(Warning: The following story contains mild spoilers for “Living With Yourself”)

Living With Yourself,” the new Netflix comedy from “Daily Show” alum Timothy Greenberg that debuted on Friday, gives Paul Rudd a chance to shine… twice.

For Greenberg, however, the series was a chance for him to try and answer a few personal questions.

“I had the idea a long time ago. What if there was another you out there in the world?” he told TheWrap, adding that it was initially more a science-fiction concept. “And then as time went on and I got married and had a family and sort of, the concerns about how I am, how I’m behaving with my family. When I’m the better or worse versions of myself. It’s one thing if you’re sitting in your apartment alone and you’re kind of acting like a jerk… so that became more of a question to me.
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