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Cool Stuff: Three Stunning ‘La La Land’ Prints Are for the Fools Who Dream

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Today brings the Best Picture nominee (and mistaken winner) La La Land to Blu-ray and DVD for audiences to watch over and over again. Personally, I know that I’m excited to watch that uplifting opening musical number, even if it means getting my heart broken at the end of the movie. In addition to bringing […]

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- Ethan Anderton

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‘Suicide Squad’ VFX Breakdowns: Enchantress Transformation, Diablo’s Firestorm & More

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Suicide Squad has come and gone, but soon enough we’ll see at least one of the bad guy ensemble’s characters return to the big screen with Margot Robbie reprising her role as Harley Quinn in Gotham City Sirens. While we’re waiting to see if the movie ends up getting the greenlight to start shooting this […]

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- Ethan Anderton

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‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Trailer: Are You Ready For More Ultra-Violent Super-Spy Adventures?

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There are quibbles to be had with director Matthew Vaughn‘s Kingsman: The Secret Service, but it has such a fresh, bizarre, and anarchic energy – it’s easy to forgive the hiccups and speed bumps and embrace the bigger picture. When the credits roll, you’re ready to see more ultra-violent spy adventures starring this crew. With the set-up […]

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- Jacob Hall

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Superhero Bits: Guardians of the Galaxy as a DC Movie, The Punisher Composer & More

14 hours ago

Which Marvel Studios movie composer will compose the score for The Punisher series at Netflix? What would Guardians of the Galaxy look like if it were a DC Comics movie? Did Heath Ledger playing The Joker really contribute to his fragile mental state? Do you want to ruin Guardians of the Galaxy 2 cameos for […]

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- Ethan Anderton

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‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Featurette: The Gang’s All Here and Having a Good Time

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits theaters in less than two weeks and our third most anticipated movie of the summer has been receiving mostly warm notices so far. James Gunn‘s sequel to his 2014 hit looks to double down on everything that made the first movie such a smash: strange but lovable characters, wild action, […]

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- Jacob Hall

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Did Zoe Saldana Just Reveal the ‘Avengers 4’ Title?

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Earlier today, we reported how the full title of Avengers 4 is being kept under guard because it would spoil aspects of Avengers: Infinity War. Now, thanks to some loose lips during the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 press tour, that title may have just been revealed and it’s going to raise the eyebrow […]

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- Jacob Hall

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Steven Soderbergh Calls ‘Logan Lucky’ The Anti-Glam ‘Ocean’s 11’

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When Steven Soderbergh first read Rebecca Blunt’s script, Logan Lucky, it was to make a suggestion for who should direct. This was in the fall of 2014 after the Traffic and Magic Mike director announced his retirement from moviemaking. After reading Blunt’s script, though, Soderbergh was inspired enough to return to features. His first theatrical release since 2013’s Side Effects comes out this August. Logan […]

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- Jack Giroux

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‘Churchill’ Trailer: Brian Cox Struggles with War as Winston Churchill

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Hollywood loves history, but it can be a real challenge to bring a real life event to the big screen, especially when it involves people that some of the public lived through and experienced through the radio and television. Churchill will attempt to chronicle the struggle of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (Brian Cox) as […]

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- Ethan Anderton

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Netflix “Open” to Simultaneous Theatrical Releases For Its Original Films

17 hours ago

Amazon made a big splash at this year’s Academy Awards, with Manchester by the Sea winning Oscars for Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay. Pundits cited Amazon’s theatrical model as having a big impact on that film’s wins, while another major streaming site, Netflix, has struggled to achieve similar awards outside of the documentary categories – perhaps due to its […]

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- Ben Pearson

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Star Wars Rebels Season 4: Fewer Episodes, More Serialized Story, Ahsoka, Rogue One Connections & More

17 hours ago

In today’s edition of Star Wars Rebels Bits, voice actor Ashley Eckstein teases Ahsoka Tano’s possible return to Star Wars Rebels and talks about her hopes for the future of the characters, Rosario Dawson continues to campaign to play Ahsoka in a live-action movie, the final season of the DisneyXD animated series will have a […]

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- Peter Sciretta

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‘Rampage’ Plot Details Emerge: It’s a Big, Dumb Monster Movie

18 hours ago

The big screen has seen its fair share of giant movie monsters lately. Pacific Rim had humanity fight them off with giant robots called Jaegers, Godzilla returned to crush buildings and more in 2014, Kong: Skull Island pitted the giant ape King Kong against a slew of creepy monstrosities just last month, and even the […]

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- Ethan Anderton

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Luke Skywalker’s ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Necklace Could be Very Important

18 hours ago

Let’s get started by laying our cards on the table. Yes, this is all rumor and speculation and if that kind of thing makes you roll your eyes, feel free to do so and move on. That’s fine. That’s cool. However, if you like picking through clues and tidbits and stories that may or may […]

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- Jacob Hall

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Martin Scorsese Might Make a Movie With Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro

19 hours ago

If Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, or Robert De Niro become involved with a new movie, cinephiles perk up. Well, maybe not as much for De Niro in the past few years, but with The Wizard of Lies on the way, maybe that’ll change. When all three of those guys are mentioned as possible collaborators on the same project? That could be […]

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- Ben Pearson

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Brie Larson Pulls Some Strings in ‘Free Fire’ [Interview]

19 hours ago

There’s more than meets the eye with some of the characters in Free Fire. They can reveal shades of humanity you wouldn’t immediately expect at the start of Ben Wheatley‘s action-comedy. Some characters, on the other hand, like Vernon (Sharlto Copley), can be chalked up to “what you see is what you get.” That’s not the case […]

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- Jack Giroux

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Ang Lee May Direct Long-Awaited Clone Thriller ‘Gemini Man’

20 hours ago

Ang Lee has become quite fixated on technology advances in film, with his latest films like Life of Pi and Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk experimenting with everything from 3D filming to high frame rates. Despite the meager reception to the experimental Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, it looks like Lee won’t be shying away from […]

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- Hoai-Tran Bui

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How A DisneyNature Movie Is Written, Filmed and Edited [‘Born In China’ Interview]

20 hours ago

DisneyNature has been continuing the tradition Walt Disney started many years ago of producing animal documentaries filled with story, excitement, adventure, and fun. Their latest release, Born in China, ventures into the wilds of China to capture intimate moments with a panda and her growing cub, a young golden monkey who feels displaced by his […]

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- Peter Sciretta

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Exclusive: Mondo’s New ‘Bambi’ and ‘Fantasia’ Posters are Beautiful

21 hours ago

Last month, Mondo and Cyclops Print Works revealed a new gallery show and it’s a doozy. As its name implies, Never Grow Up: A Disney Art Show is an art show dedicated to Disney classics, with an all-star roster of talent offering gorgeous takes on some of the best and most famous animated movies ever made. Today, we’re pleased […]

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- Jacob Hall

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2017 Summer Indie Movie Preview: 15 Limited Releases We’re Excited to See

21 hours ago

The summer movie season is almost upon us. Comic book movies, reboots, spin-offs, and an unwanted sequel or two – they’re all coming out these next four months. We’re looking forward to more than a few of them, but I’m more hopeful for some of the movies coming to on-demand, steaming services, and local arthouse theaters […]

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- /Film Staff

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‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Review Round-Up: An Absolute Blast But Not As Good as the First

22 hours ago

Next week will bring Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 to theaters. The advanced test screening scores were more than promising (they received the highest audience scores of any Marvel Studios film), and the brief reactions from the first press screenings had plenty of positive things to say. Now we have a Guardians of the Galaxy […]

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- Ethan Anderton

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Growing Up ‘Gotham’: The Bizarre, Frustrating Inconsistencies of Fox’s Batman Prequel

22 hours ago

As Gotham returns for the rest of its third season, it’s still full of mixed blessings. Since the pilot, the good has gotten better and the bad has gotten worse, making it a bit of a hard sell to anybody who isn’t a Batman nut already. And even then, the liberties that the show takes might be enough […]

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- Karen Han

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