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'Furiosa' Mostly Lives Up to 'Fury Road,' But Without Mad Max, It’s Running Out of Gas at the Box Office

Plus, Tom Holland's notable absence from THR's "New A-List," and my thoughts on Netflix's new 'Beverly Hills Cop' trailer.

Happy Friday, everyone! TGIF, right?

I wanted to put out a newsletter before the holiday weekend since I don’t anticipate publishing on Monday, which is Memorial Day. It’s been a little slow this week with so many dealmakers out of office — either heading out of the city ahead of the holiday or still making their way back from Cannes.

I got my phone fixed at the Apple Store last night before checking out Furiosa, and you can read my full review of that film below. I also watched my Celtics take care of business in Game 2 behind 40 points from Jaylen Brown, who was inexplicably left off the All-NBA rosters.

This weekend, I plan to catch up on a ton of television — I want to finish Fallout and start watching Amazon’s Them: The Scare, Apple’s Women in Blue, and Peacock’s limited series The Tattooist of Auschwitz, which I’ve heard good things about.

In tonight’s newsletter, you’ll read my thoughts on George Miller’s high-octane prequel Furiosa starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth, Tom Holland’s omission from THR’s “New A-List,” and stories about who will star in Boots Riley’s new film as well as the Dexter prequel series, which horror movie Blumhouse plans to reboot soon, and when you can see Steven Spielberg’s next movie.

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