NCM Entertainment Roundup – July 22nd

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The studios have released a flurry of new trailers in the past week now that Comic-Con has packed things away until next year. Stands out include The Good Dinosaur, American Ultra, Joy, Sisters, The Revenant  and of course, Spectre.

However, nothing could top the latest Suicide Squad trailer which racked up in 50.9 million views in its first week! (The Hollywood Reporter)

Backstreet’s back…on the big screen? Alright. A few former heartthrobs from the Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync are coming together to star in “a zombie western futuristic horror movie.” The project, tentatively titled Dead 7, is being produced by Asylum, the studio behind the Sharknado franchise. (Rolling Stone)

With so many Disney remakes, sequels and prequels on the horizon, Cartoon Brew has put together a handy graphic to keep us all on track.

Vacation, the latest adventure in the Griswold family franchise, is shaping up to be one raunchy, wild ride.  In advance of Wednesday’s release, Warner Bros. has dropped a bunch of new clips and a featurette for the film including this super NSFW red band trailer.  (FlickeringMyth.com)

Long read from The Hollywood Reporter: “Dr. Dre, Ice Cube Break Silence on N.W.A Movie, Suge Knight’s Murder Charge and a Reunion Tour (With Eminem)”

Artist Joe Philips takes some of the biggest stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood including Cary Grant, Mickey Rooney and Elizabeth and portrays them as some of the biggest names in superhero comics.  (Comics Alliance)

Opening this weekend: Jake Gyllenhaal as Billy “The Great” Hope, the reigning junior middleweight boxing champion in Southpaw, menacing arcade game characters in Pixels and John Green’s latest young adult saga Paper Towns

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