When I ask this question, it regularly gets mixed results -- with some filmmakers and actors admitting that they avoid revising their own work -- but this was the first time I ever talked to somebody who expressed as much passion about something of which they've been a part.
The critically acclaimed cannibal coming-of-age movie Raw became one of the genre darlings of the film festival circuit last year. It has also become infamous for causing audience members to faint, with its scenes of gore reportedly inducing spells of nausea and vomiting. But one Los Angeles theater has the remedy to that: barf bags. Now in […]
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Universal Studios has been granted a couple of exciting new patents and they look like they could be for new Harry Potter-themed attractions being planned for their theme parks. Rumors continue to circulate that the Dragon Challenge coaster in Universal Islands of Adventure may be replaced with a new ride (or rides) based on the Harry Potter […]
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Which comics inspired or influenced the Wonder Woman movie? What does James Gunn think of the Howard the Duck movie from 1986? What’s the official rating the MPAA gave Wonder Woman? What other Marvel character would Anthony Mackie like to play? Which MCU star helped Sacha Dhawan land a role on Iron Fist? All that […]
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When you’re looking for someone to play a grim, muscle-bound, super-powered soldier displaced from his dystopian alternate future timeline, you probably don’t think about Michael Shannon. And yet, according to a new report, the two-time Oscar nominee, who is, you know, just one the finest actors currently drawing breath on the planet, is currently the frontrunner to […]
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Don’t have time for a minute or two of opening credits while devouring a show on Netflix? Then hit the newly added skip intro button. You can now more easily - although it was easy in the first place - skip past some (pretty terrific) opening credits sequences on Netflix. Let’s take a closer look […]
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Paramount Pictures and Hasbro held a fan event for Transformers: The Last Knight on their studio lot, which treated fans to a behind-the-scenes looks at the upcoming Michael Bay sequel, a Paramount studio tour, an exhibit showcasing the film’s car,s and more. Fans who attended the event were given an exclusive Transformers: The Last Knight IMAX poster that features […]
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Zootopia may have taken home the big awards at the Oscars in February, but a new lawsuit is threatening the big bucks that Disney’s animated hit took home at the box office. Total Recall screenwriter Gary L. Goldman has accused The Walt Disney Company of ripping off the story of Zootopia from a treatment that […]
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In this edition of Star Wars Bits: The first picture ever taken of Luke Skywalker. Executive producer Dave Filoni talks all about that episode of Star Wars Rebels. A collection of updates on Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Is Boba Fett plotting a left-field comeback? A big group of Star Wars actors are heading to this year’s […]
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The Tobolowsky Files is back, and will be releasing weekly episodes for the next 12 weeks! In this episode: A journey down the creek past the end of the known world leads to treasure and the unexpected - proving that what is gone, can return with a vengeance. The Tobolowsky Files is a podcast from […]
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Snow White and the Huntsman isn’t the most lively adventure movie - it’s fairly serious and has a certain grit that, tonally, is quite distancing. Director Rupert Sanders seems to be going for a dour tone once again with his second feature, but it may actually suit the live-action take on Ghost in the Shell. Like the trailer featuring yet […]
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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story dropped back in December, but the curtain is still slowly being pulled back and revealing more details about exactly how this particular space oddity came to be. We’ve already written a lot about the film’s ending: why it was changed, how Darth Vader’s big moment was a last-minute addition, and even K-2SO’s original ending. […]
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UPDATE: An earlier version of this post mistakenly referred to the season finale as “Twin Suns,” which was last week’s episode. The finale is titled “Zero Hour.” The Star Wars canon will never be the same again after the Star Wars Rebels season 3 finale, titled “Zero Hour,” airs this Saturday. The highly anticipated two-part finale sees a final showdown […]
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After making terrific horror movies like You’re Next and The Guest, director Adam Wingard was supposed to break out in a big way last year with the very fun Blair Witch, a film that didn’t manage to find its feet at the box office. However, it looks like that big breaking-out just got delayed to 2017, because […]
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Animation Supervisor Hal Hickel, whose primary responsibility on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was bringing K-2SO to life, made this reveal during an enlightening and educational session on the work that went into putting a towering droid on screen.
The Princess Bride is a movie that, much like the storybook inside the film, fans could experience again and again and again. Unfortunately, doing so is about to become a little bit more complicated for many.
In the filmmaking world, the director's vision means everything. No matter how great a script is, it still needs to be executed properly in order to be turned into a great film. This is exactly what hung in the balance as Rebecca Ferguson was considering whether or not to be a part of the new...
Marvel fans were shocked into laughter when the post-credits sequence from Guardians of the Galaxy reintroduced the character of Howard the Duck to film audiences. However, don't take that to mean that director James Gunn actually likes the original film.
Of the 16 theatrical Pixar shorts released thus far, four have won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film, while another eight films have been nominated. The short films are often as good as the features they accompany, which is why we are always excited to see what’s next. Pixar will present their next […]
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The Death Note is a powerful tool. In the hands of someone evil, the Death Note could lead to carnage and devastation. But what happens if an ancient tool of supernatural vengeance lands in the hands of a high schooler with... alternate plans?