Catching you up on some of our favorite things to come out of Hollywood this week:

TJ Miller and Jason Bateman in Office Christmas Party.


Ho, ho ho!  Fans are cordially invited to the craziest holiday Office Christmas Party of the year with exclusive content and images in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly.

Jimmy Kimmel will be the host of the 89th Annual Academy Awards on February 26, 2017. (Deadline)

Fifty Shades Darker‘s second trailer gets…um…darker…showing Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) and Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) getting frisky on a bed, in a shower, in a gym and even inside a crowded elevator. (E! News)

Baby Groot is just too adorable to resist as the second trailer of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 became the second most watched trailer in Marvel’s theatrical history within 24 hours of its debut. (Variety and Yahoo! Movies)

Does the first Spider-Man: Homecoming footage released this week take place during Captain America: Civil War? It sure looks like it… (

A new photo and movie poster teases the potential return of a certain extraterrestrial in Alien: Covenant. (Yahoo! Movies)

Beware! The Mummy has nothing but destruction on her mind, as seen in the first teaser for the reboot of The Mummy starring Tom Cruise. Welcome to a new world of Gods and Monsters! (The Wrap)

Is Optimus Prime showing his dark side?  It sure looks that way in the first teaser for the action-packed Transformers: The Last Knight. (Forbes)

Universal and DreamWorks pushed back the release date for How To Train Your Dragon 3 to March 1, 2019. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Pixar unveils details and concept art from their newest animated motion picture, Coco, which is based on the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos (or Day of the Dead).  The film is slated for a November 22, 2017 release. (Collider)

Pikachu is one step closer to electrifying the big screen, as Goosebumps director Rob Portman is set to direct the live-action Pokémon movie. (Cinema Blend)

Amy Schumer may move into Barbie’s Dream House — she is in talks to star in the live-action movie based on the iconic doll. (USA Today)

Check out the long list of holiday films gracing movie theaters this month and the great marketing campaigns behind them. (Adweek)

Plus, here are the twenty-five best movies of 2016 according to Vulture.

Opening this weekend:  Office Christmas Party, La La Land and Nocturnal Animals.



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