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Netflix just released a trailer for Fuller House including a release date of February 26th. 

The video description includes a synopsis for the new series: 

The Full House adventures continue when D.J. Tanner-Fuller calls upon her sister, Stephanie, and her friend, Kimmy, to move in and help raise her three boys.

Most of your favorite characters (but not the Olsen twins) from the original Full House are returning. In this trailer we get to see a glimpse of the old home and hear familiar voices and new ones utter catch phrases you probably thought you'd never hear again. Who knows why the house is pristinely arranged just as we remember it after all that time, or how long that puppy has been living alone in an empty house. 

The important thing is, they're back! And we'll all be able to binge watch the series before February is over. 

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Fifteen years ago, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon won a slew of awards and became the highest grossing foreign-language film in America. With a cast of all Chinese actors and performed in Mandarin, it was a surprise success and a very influential international film. You most likely remember it as the modern kung-fu movie with people flying everywhere while they fight. 

Now it's back because it's 2015 and we've run out of ideas. Just like the original, the sequel will be breaking boundaries. It will be the first movie ever to premiere on Netflix and IMAX simultaneously. 

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Do you still believe? Do you still want to believe?

Well here's further proof that The X-Files really is coming back to television in January.

It's not as good as the full thing, but it's a whole heck of a lot better than the measly 15 seconds of trailer that FOX previously gave us.

And it's way better than when FOX wanted you to watch an ad before letting you see a few seconds of the upcoming six-episode miniseries.

So, are you ready? Can you wait?

If you need help remembering just what the hell was going on when the original series ended in 2002, what with the smoking man and the aliens and the what not, you can find that right here.

Enough of our yapping, get to watching!

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If there aren't singing orangutans in this movie, the whole thing is a bust.

Disney continues its foray into live action remakes with the newly released trailer for next year's version of The Jungle Book.

It's got some really big voice acting names to it, a kid that looks a heck of a lot like Mowgli and some pounding drums in the soundtrack. So that's something. At the very least, it looks better than the 1994 Jason Scott Lee version.

That bear looks lost.

For whatever reason, Disney has recently decided to go back its well of immortal cartoons and remake them with live action. It's a strategy they appear to be doubling down on, because it seems like that's a phrase some Disney exec would have used when talking about this strategy.

The first of these remakes was this years Cinderella. Next will come this probably-songless remake of Jungle Book. Then for 2017, Disney is already working on a live action Beauty and the Beast. And last July, they announced they would work on a live action, Tim Burton remake of Dumbo.

You could probably thrown this year's Maleficent in with the bunch, but we're mostly talking about specific remakes rather than reimaginings. The world is full of complications.

But for now, we can just sit back and imagine what Christopher Walken will sound like as King Louie. Because that's probably going to be the best part.

Are you excited for The Jungle Book or any of these live action remakes?

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You know that old legend about the evil version of Santa Claus, right? The one they call Adam Scott.

Just kidding. 

They are finally making a movie based around the nightmarish figure that comes to take bad children away in Germanic lore. 

Look at this nasty dude:

It seems like it should be a no brainer to make one around this, and it's comet to fruition. Not only that, but the trailer doesn't look absolutely terrible. 

It's got some haunting moments and some good imagery. It looks like Kramps himself will be suuuuuper creepy looking. 

Like this:

So, whatever. there are far worse things to base a movie around. 
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We told you last week about Banky's newest huge art installment/amusement park.

But in case you needed a further examination on whether or not you should spend your honeymoon there, Banksy released this promotional film Aug. 25.

It actually gives a really detailed view of the variety of art and 'attractions' that awaits for every uncomfortable family visit, ending in disagreements about contemporary art and nihilism.

It's also just pretty damn despondent and unsettling, which is of course, the point.

The bemusement park will last until Sept. 27 and costs a very reasonable £3.

And according to the website, children under 5 get in free.