Adam Poltrack

Adam Poltrack

Adam is an A/V News Writer for Digital Trends, and is responsible for bringing you the latest advances in A/V equipment/technology. Before coming to Digital Trends, he wrote for The Tactic Company and served as a staff reporter for The Hometown Media Group.

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Second ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ trailer lays out rules of the wild game

The Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle hype train is barreling through the jungle. Sony has released another full trailer for the film, which stars Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, and Karen Gillan.
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Ignore the critics! These bad movies are ones you should totally watch anyway

Review aggregators hold a lot of sway these days, but don't let these films' "rotten" reputations fool you -- they're better than the critics' consensus would suggest. Here are some bad movies (according to Rotten Tomatoes) worth watching.
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A stuntwoman dies in motorcycle accident on the ‘Deadpool 2’ set

Many Hollywood action franchises, especially films like Deadpool 2, deliver their thrills via dangerous stunts, carried out by expert stunt people. Despite their knowledge and experience, accidents can -- and do -- happen.
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Fire up the first trailer for the Netflix stoner comedy series 'Disjointed'

'Disjointed,' Netflix's new weed-centric multicamera comedy, has received its first trailer. The service has ordered 20 episodes of the show, starring Kathy Bates as a legalization advocate who sets up her own shop in LA.
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‘Wonder’ scribe Jack Thorne is brought on to help write ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’

Screenwriters seldom generate headlines but -- when a franchise is as beloved (and lucrative) as Star Wars -- any nugget of news is big enough to create a disturbance in the force.
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Rumored 'Suicide Squad 2' director to take a Jungle Cruise with The Rock instead

Director Jaume Collet-Serra is a hot commodity in Hollywood these days and it seems that Warner Bros. and Suicide Squad 2 were far from the only bidders for his directorial services.