Top Movie News for November 26, 2015
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- Moviefone: 'The Force Awakens' Becomes Second 'Star Wars' Movie to Get PG-13 Rating
- Variety: ‘Star Wars’ Charity Contest Gives Fans a Chance to Attend ‘Force Awakens’ Premiere
- Hollywood Reporter: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Officially Gets PG-13 Rating
- Hollywood Reporter: 'Disney Infinity' Debuts New 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Trailer
- We Got This Covered: J.J. Abrams Says Luke Skywalker Reveal Will Come Next Week Ahead Of Star Wars: The Force Awakens
- Variety: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Receives PG-13 Rating
- Deadline: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Gets PG-13 Rating
- We Got This Covered: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Gets A PG-13 Rating
- The Playlist: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Rated PG-13, Disney Says Box Office Will Be "Uncharted Territory"
- Entertainment Weekly: Luke's absence teased in 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' charity video
- Entertainment Weekly: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' lands PG-13 rating
- Bleeding Cool: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Gets PG-13 Rating; Mark Hamill Teased In Omaze Video
- JoBlo: Star Wars: The Force Awakens officially rated PG-13
- Entertainment Weekly: Secrets of BB-8: An EW 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' video
- Entertainment Weekly: John Boyega hasn't seen 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' yet
- MovieWeb: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Is Rated PG-13 for Action & Violence
- Screen Crush: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Gets an Official PG-13 Rating
- SlashFilm: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Is Officially PG-13; Don’t Expect Any Graphic Nudity or Teen Smoking
- Total Film: Star Wars: The Force Awakens gets PG-13 rating in the US
- Cinema Blend: The 3 People George Lucas First Asked To Direct The Star Wars Prequels
- Deadline: ‘Star Wars’ An Art House Movie? Some French Exhibs Think So, Stoking Indie Producers’ Ire
- Vulture: Female Fox News Contributor Gets Death Threats for Mocking Star Wars
- We Got This Covered: Mads Mikkelsen Says Gareth Edwards Is Adding A Personal Touch To Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
- Dark Horizons: "Force Awakens" PG-13, Omaze & Infinity Tease
- Cinema Blend: J.J. Abrams Wonders Where Luke Skywalker Is In New Star Wars Video
- Dark Horizons: "Star Wars: Battlefront" Adds Free DLC
- Dark Horizons: Who Almost Helmed The "Star Wars" Prequels
- AintItCool: Special Star Wars Only Edition of Quint's 2015 Holiday Gift Guide!
- Screen Crush: Steven Spielberg, Robert Zemeckis and Ron Howard All Turned Down 'Star Wars: The Phantom Menace'
- ScreenRant: John Boyega on Potential Star Wars 7 Reactions; Film Rated PG-13
- Entertainment Weekly: Fox News contributor gets death threats for mocking 'Star Wars' fans
- HitFix: We need to talk about how John Boyega hashtagged this 'Star Wars' clip of Rey
- Bleeding Cool: Mads Mikkelsen Is “Aware” Of Star Wars
- The Playlist: Ron Howard, Robert Zemeckis & Steven Spielberg All Turned Down Directing The 'Star Wars' Prequels
- MovieWeb: 'Star Wars' Prequel Trilogy Was Almost Directed by These 3 Iconic Filmmakers
- Bleeding Cool: Ron Howard, Robert Zemeckis And Steven Spielberg All Passed On Star Wars Prequels For The Same Reason
- FirstShowing.net: Google Launches 'Choose Your Side' Promo with 'Star Wars' Themes
- The Wrap: Fox News Contributor Katherine Timpf Receives Death Threats for Mocking ‘Star Wars’ Fans
- MovieWeb: 'Star Wars 7' Charity Video Has Abrams Asking 'Where's Mark Hamill?'
Directors Anthony and Joe Ruso break down the new details revealed in the first trailer for 'Captain America: Civil War'.
- JoBlo: The Russo brothers break down the Captain America: Civil War trailer
- Long Island Newsday: 'Captain America: Civil War' trailer debuts
- Vulture: Will Captain America: Civil War Be a Hot Gay Love Story? A GIF Investigation
- Cinema Blend: Wait, Is Spider-Man In The Captain America: Civil War Trailer?
- Cinema Blend: One Major Change Captain America: Civil War May Make From The Comics
- Cinema Blend: Some People Think This Is Spider-Man In The Captain America: Civil War Trailer
- Hollywood Reporter: How 'Captain America: Civil War' May Improve on the Original Marvel Comic Book
- Shockya: Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War Gets New Movie Posters
- Cinema Blend: Captain America: Civil War Trailer - 5 Things Marvel Hasn't Shown Us Yet
- We Got This Covered: Captain America: Civil War Gets A Revealing New Synopsis
- Dark Horizons: Russos Talk "Captain America: Civil War" Trailer
- Cinema Blend: How Spider-Man Is Different From The Other Heroes In Captain America: Civil War
- Cinema Blend: Why Bucky Had To Be A Major Part Of Captain America: Civil War
- ScreenRant: Captain America: Civil War Character Posters – Superhero Fight Time
- Comic Book Movie: CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Trailer - Six Things You Missed
- The Wrap: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Trailer: 5 Most Mind-Blowing Moments
- HitFix: 11 key moments you might have missed in the 'Captain America: Civil War' trailer
- Fandango Movie Blog: First 'Captain America: Civil War' Trailer Reveals a Battle Between Captain America and Iron Man
- Filmonic: The First Trailer for Captain America: Civil War is Here
- The Wrap: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Star Robert Downey Jr. Takes Credit for Chris Evans’ Marvel Gig (Video)
- Comic Book Movie: New Synopsis For CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Asks You To Pick A Side
- MovieWeb: 3 'Civil War' Posters Show Captain America & Iron Man Divided
- SlashFilm: What We Learned/What You May Have Missed In The Captain America Civil War Trailer
- Comic Book Movie: Russos Talk CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Trailer; New Details On 'Black Panther', 'Zemo'
- MovieWeb: Is 'Spider-Man' in the 'Captain America: Civil War' Trailer?
- HitFix: Will ‘Captain America: Civil War’ introduce secret identities to the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
- Screen Crush: 'Captain America: Civil War' Directors Offer Detailed Trailer Commentary
Jennifer Lawrence has signed on to make her directing debut with 'Project Delirium', based on the true story of Army experiments.
- Variety: Jennifer Lawrence Is Directing a Comedy
- Dark Horizons: Jennifer Lawrence Announces Directing Debut
- ScreenRant: Jennifer Lawrence Plans to Make Directing Debut on Project Delirium
- MTV Movies Blog: Jennifer Lawrence’s Post-‘Hunger Games’ Move? Directing
- Vulture: Jennifer Lawrence to Direct, Fall Out of a Director’s Chair, Probably
- We Got This Covered: Jennifer Lawrence Eyes Project Delirium As Directorial Debut
- Vulture: Jennifer Lawrence Has Delightful Ways of Describing Chris Pratt
- Hollywood Reporter: Jennifer Lawrence Says She Will Make Directorial Debut With 'Project Delirium'
- Thompson on Hollywood: Jennifer Lawrence Heads for the Director's Chair
- AintItCool: Jennifer Lawrence wants to test chops in the director's chair with psychotropic experiment flick!
- Cinema Blend: What Jennifer Lawrence Is Trying Next
- Entertainment Weekly: Jennifer Lawrence has plans to direct her first movie
- The Playlist: Listen: 38-Minute Report About 'Project Delirium' Article Which Jennifer Lawrence Will Direct As A Feature Film
- Screen Crush: Jennifer Lawrence Will Make Her Directorial Debut With 'Project Delirium'
- SlashFilm: Jennifer Lawrence Will Make Her Directorial Debut with ‘Project Delirium’
- Total Film: Jennifer Lawrence plots her directorial debut
- JoBlo: Jennifer Lawrence to make her directorial debut with Project Delirium
The really wild bunch… “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication,” was a phrase the late Pixar co-founder Steve Jobs was fond of, and it could almost be
- Cinema Blend: To 3D Or Not To 3D: Buy The Right The Good Dinosaur Movie Ticket
- Cinema Blend: Creed And The Good Dinosaur Already Are Neck And Neck At The Box Office
- AintItCool: Capone says THE GOOD DINOSAUR is Pixar at its heart-warming, supremely bizarre best
- Variety: ‘Hunger Games’ Stuffing ‘Creed,’ ‘Good Dinosaur’ at Thanksgiving Box Office
- Vulture: The Good Dinosaur Isn’t Pixar at Its Best, But the Film Still Awes and Entertains
- Deadline: ‘The Good Dinosaur’ Review: Pixar’s Latest Isn’t Its Greatest, But Kids Won’t Mind
- Variety: Digital Tracking: ‘The Good Dinosaur’ to Enjoy a Thanksgiving Box Office Feast
- The Wrap: ‘Creed’ Knocks Out $1.4 Million as ‘Good Dinosaur’ Roars to $1.3 Million at Tuesday Box Office
- The Playlist: Review: Pixar’s 'The Good Dinosaur’ Harkens Back To Disney's Classic Era
- JoBlo: Review: The Good Dinosaur
- Fandango Movie Blog: Exclusive: New 'Good Dinosaur' Print from Cyclops Print Works
- HitFix: Review: Pixar's latest, 'The Good Dinosaur,' is one of the studio's thinnest films
- MTV Movies Blog: Is ‘The Good Dinosaur’ The Saddest Pixar Movie Of All Time?
- Filmonic: A Few Clips from Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur
Rocky is back, again, only this time he isn’t the one boxing in the ring. Creed is out today and to celebrate the occasion I picked a few clips from the highly anticipated sports drama. Yes, I did say highly anticipated because Rocky is back in what seems to be a good movie and tracking […] Read Check Out a Bunch of Clips from Sylvester Stallone’s Creed on Filmonic.
- Cinema Blend: How Dolph Lundgren Almost Killed Sylvester Stallone During Rocky IV
- The Playlist: The Essentials: 10 Great Sylvester Stallone Performances
- Entertainment Weekly: See Sylvester Stallone become Rocky in this ultimate training montage
- We Got This Covered: Watch Michael B. Jordan Become Adonis In New Featurette For Creed
- Vulture: Creed Forges an Exciting New Path While Staying True to Its Rocky Lineage
- Vulture: Creed’s Michael B. Jordan Is the Ultimate Awards-Season Thirst Trap
- Badass Digest: CREED Review: This Movie Is An Absolute Knockout
- Dark Horizons: "Creed" To Soar At Thanksgiving Box-Office
- Badass Digest: CREED Review: The ROCKY Spin-Off Goes The Distance
- MovieWeb: 'Creed' Review: Rocky Delivers a Knockout Blow
- MTV Movies Blog: Michael B. Jordan On His First ‘Creed’ Knockout: “We Worked On It For Months”
- FirstShowing.net: Review: Ryan Coogler's 'Creed' is Early Contender for Best of the Year
- ScreenRant: ‘Creed’ Interviews: On Rocky, Race, and the New American Underdog Story
The next Men In Black sequel is said to include a female agent.
- We Got This Covered: Men In Black 4 Billed As A Reinvention, May Feature Woman Agent In Lead Role
- Bleeding Cool: Woman In Black To Feature In Men In Black 4
- SlashFilm: The Next ‘Men in Black’ Movie Will Feature a Woman in Black
- Comic Book Movie: MEN IN BLACK 4 Will Feature A Prominent Female Lead; Is Will Smith Returning?
- ScreenRant: Men in Black 4 Will Feature Female Agent in Prominent Role
- Dark Horizons: "Men in Black 4" Gets A Prominent Female Lead
- Screen Crush: The Next 'Men in Black' Will Include a Woman in Black
- Entertainment Weekly: The new 'Men in Black' movie will have a woman in black
- Cinema Blend: How The Next Men In Black Movie Is Going To Be Different
- JoBlo: New Men In Black is set to become the People In Black... or something
- HitFix: Why 'Men in Black 4' should be called 'Men and Women in Black 4'
- MovieWeb: 'Men in Black 4' Has a Female Lead; Will Smith May Return
Samuel L. Jackson, director Quentin Tarantino and the cast and crew of the upcoming The Hateful Eight talk about some of the older techniques used like 70mm film, Ultra Panavision lenses and roadshow distribution. It’s a fun throwback to movies of the 1950s and 60s. Click here to view the embedded video. Quentin Tarantino And The Cast And Crew Of The Hateful Eight Give A History Lesson On Roadshow Distribution And 70mm
- Screen Crush: Watch a Featurette About Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' 70mm Roadshow
- Latino Review: [VIDEO] Quentin Tarantino Brings Magic Back to the Cinema with 'Hateful Eight' Roadshow
- Cinema Blend: Why Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight Absolutely Needs To Be Seen In 70MM
- The Playlist: Watch: 7-Minute Featurette Dives Into The 70mm Roadshow Presentation Of 'The Hateful Eight'
- JoBlo: New featurette on the 70mm roadshow presentation of The Hateful Eight
- Entertainment Weekly: 'The Hateful Eight' cast and crew nerds-out on 70 mm 'roadshow' cut
- FirstShowing.net: Watch: Featurette Explains the 70mm Roadshow of 'The Hateful Eight'
- Vulture: Breaking Down the Shade Ava DuVernay Threw at Quentin Tarantino
- SlashFilm: ‘The Hateful Eight’ Featurette Offers a Brief Lesson on Roadshows and Ultra Panavision
- MovieWeb: Here's Why You Need to See 'The Hateful Eight' in 70mm
- Dark Horizons: "Hateful Eight" Featurette Explains Panavision
Has the anticipated DC movie finally found its nemesis?
- We Got This Covered: Aquaman Villain Possibly Revealed
- Dark Horizons: Rumors About "Aquaman" Villain, Female Lead
- JoBlo: Exclusive: Rumored villain for Aquaman, Mera's role, & diversity in the DCEU
- Comic Book Movie: 'Ocean Master' Rumored For AQUAMAN Villain; New Details On 'Mera' Casting
- Bleeding Cool: Salty Aquaman Rumors Center On Villain And Mera Casting
- Latino Review: 'Aquaman' Film Villain Revealed? Plus Casting info on Mera
- MovieWeb: 'Aquaman' Movie Villain Revealed?
- Cinema Blend: Who Aquaman Will Probably Battle In His Solo DC Movie
- ScreenRant: Rumor: Aquaman to Feature Ocean Master & Queen Mera
This is a reprint of our review from the 2015 Venice Film Festival. Is it permissible to be glad that a film exists, admiring of some of its elements, delighted that it will get a massive release, even OK with it probably winning a million bajillion awards, and to not like it?
- Deadline: Eddie Redmayne Gets Dressed For ‘The Danish Girl’; Amy Berg Bows ‘Janis: Little Girl Blue’: Specialty Preview
- USA Today: How Eddie Redmayne found his 'Danish Girl'
- The Wrap: Alicia Vikander on ‘The Danish Girl’ Audition: ‘I Don’t Think I’ve Ever Felt So Safe as I Felt in That Room’
- The Wrap: ‘The Danish Girl’ Star Alicia Vikander on Women’s Roles in Hollywood: ‘There Is a Change Happening’ (Video)
- Screen Crush: Director Tom Hooper on 'The Danish Girl' and What It Taught Him About Love
- Deadline: Pete Hammond’s Notes On The Season: Eddie Redmayne Dines Out, Sly Stallone Trusts In Youth, And Leonardo Di Caprio Deserves The Medal Of Honor
- Vulture: The Awards Show Show: Talking Creed's Rise, Uncertainty Surrounding The Danish Girl, and Leo's Chances
Click here to read our previous reviews for Marvel's Jessica Jones EPISODE 5: "AKA The Sandwich Saved Me" SYNOPSIS: Despite Jessica’s objections, Trish’s new friend Simpson gets involved in the hunt for Kilgrave. Jessica recalls a pivotal moment in her life. BREAKDOWN: I was beginning to think that the build up to Jessica Jones confronting... Read More...
- Twitch: Destroy All Monsters: Consent And The Superhero In MARVEL'S JESSICA JONES
- Vulture: Jessica Jones Recap: Bus-ted
- Latino Review: MARVELOUS DA7E: The Worthy Jessica Jones
- MovieWeb: Nerd Alert: Jessica Jones Easter Eggs & Fantastic Four Honest Trailer
- Film School Rejects: Jessica Jones Has Nothing To Do With The Avengers. That’s The Point.
- HitFix: How the big ‘Jessica Jones’ Easter eggs will impact the Marvel Universe
"I'm not so sure I want to grow up anymore…" Paramount has released yet another new trailer for the animated movie The Little Prince, based on the beloved story Le Petit Prince which is shown in this using stop-motion. We just featured the new full-length international trailer last week (not to mention a few other trailers), and now we have another that is very similar but features some incredible new footage near the end.
- Deadline: ‘The Little Prince’ Trailer: New Spin On Classic Tale With Big Names
- Latino Review: 'The Little Prince' Gets English Trailer!
- The Wrap: ‘The Little Prince’ Trailer: Rediscover the Beloved Tale of Life, Love and Friendship (Video)
- JoBlo: The trailer for The Little Prince celebrates a myriad of artistic styles
- Bleeding Cool: The Little Prince Trailer Rediscovers A Magical Tale
ANGER GETS THE BETTER OF KARA WHEN SHE GOES TOO FAR DURING A TRAINING EXERCISE WITH RED TORNADO, A MILITARY CYBORG COMMISSIONED BY LUCY LANE'S FATHER, ON "SUPERGIRL," MONDAY, NOV. 30 Guest Stars Include Iddo Goldberg as Red Tornado and its Creator, Dr.
- We Got This Covered: Red Tornado Activates In Awesome Preview Clips For Monday’s Supergirl
- Bleeding Cool: Quinn Seeks Revenge Against The Widow – Into The Badlands Sneak Peek
- Dark Horizons: "Supergirl" To Cast A Teenage Superman
- Comic Book Movie: 'Superman' Is Finally Being Cast For SUPERGIRL - But With One Twist!
- Bleeding Cool: Supergirl Looking To Cast Superboy?
- SlashFilm: A Teenage Superman Will Be Coming to ‘Supergirl’ on CBS
Credit where credit is due:Â Victor FrankensteinÂ has the stones to open not only with voiceover, but with Daniel Radcliffe intoning this line: âYou know this story.â Indeed, variations on Mary Shelleyâs legendary Gothic tomeÂ Frankenstein; or, The Modern PrometheusÂ have been spun...C+
- Dread Central: Let Victor Frankenstein Resurrect Your Old MySpace Page
- AintItCool: Capone finds few sparks of life in VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN
- Cinema Blend: Why Victor Frankenstein Isn't Actually A Monster Movie
- Vulture: Victor Frankenstein Is Not Alive, Is Not Alive, Is Not Alive
- ScreenRant: Victor Frankenstein Director Says Mary Shelley’s Novel is ‘Dull as Dishwater’
It was never meant to be opened. Fox has debuted the first trailer for the upcoming horror thriller The Other Side of the Door, starring Sarah Wayne Callies (from "The Walking Dead", Into the Storm) as a grieving mother desperate for emotional closure after her son is killed in a freak accident. She eventually enters into a strange supernatural world in an attempt to contact her dead son from the other side. The cast includes Jeremy Sisto and Javier Botet. Interestingly this seems to be set mostly in India so it's a whole different kind of supernatural, but still just as chilling.
- Horror Society: Walking Dead’s Sarah Wayne Callies New Supernatural Thriller, ‘THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR’ Gets First Trailer!
- Dread Central: Trailer Found on The Other Side of the Door
- MovieWeb: 'The Other Side of the Door' Trailer Opens a Terrifying Portal
- JoBlo: Trailer for The Other Side of The Door will have you shaking your head
Gamora is already suiting up for the second Guardians of The Galaxy outing. Zoe Saldana recently took to twitter to reveal a BTS photo of her getting her stuff down to have her skin color changed to green for the famed and vicious galactic warrior.Other than that we don't really get a look at anything else to interesting shown in the photo other than the fact that we can tell Saldana is already getting started for "Guardians of The Galaxy vol. 2."Ready for another one?
- We Got This Covered: Behind-The-Scenes Image For Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Features Zoe Saldana As Gamora
- Comic Book Movie: Zoe Saldana Begins Her 'Gamora' Transformation For GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Vol. 2
- Comic Book Movie: Zoe Saldana Begins Her 'Gamora' Transformation For GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Vol. 2
- MovieWeb: 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Photo Teases Gamora's Return
It seems the film's star is really feeling the pressure to appease fans...
- Moviefone: 11 Thanksgiving Movies That'll Make Your Turkey Day Seem Perfect
- Horror Society: Reminder: The MST3K Turkey Day Marathon is Tomorrow
- Cinema Blend: Every Major Rocky Opponent, Ranked By Toughness
Elmo Williams, the film editor who won an Oscar for his work on the 1952 Western High Noon, died early Wednesday morning at his home in Brookings, Ore., his family confirmed to EW. He was 102. Williams earned another Oscar nomination for editing the 1954 movie 20,000 Leagues Under the...
Spike Lee has certainly set up an interesting challenge for himself with "Chi-Raq." The director's latest film tackles the wave of gun violence that has swept through Chicago, claiming too many innocent lives. But instead of a straight drama, Lee has opted for a picture that also includes comedy, music, and satire. Does the concoction work? Well, this latest trailer gives a look inside his ambitious film. Nick Cannon, Wesley Snipes, Jennifer Hudson, Teyonah Parris, D.B. Sweeney, Harry Lennix, Steve Harris, Angela Bassett, John Cusack and Samuel L.
Director Ron Howard has dabbled in sci-fi and fantasy with the likes of Cocoon, Willow and Splash, but over the course of his illustrious career he's yet to take the helm of a comic book/superhero movie - and it's not because he hasn't had the opportunity. During his appearance on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, Howard revealed that he'd been approached by George Lucas do direct Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace - along with Steven Spielberg and Robert Zemeckis, incidentally - but managed to convince him that he was the only man for the job (thanks for that, Ron).
- Entertainment Weekly: Ron Howard turned down directing 'The Phantom Menace'
- Cinema Blend: Why Ron Howard Never Wanted To Direct A Comic Book Movie
First Man: Ryan Gosling is being "courted" to star in First Man, a biopic about astronaut Neil Armstrong, best known as the first man to step foot on the Moon in 1969. Damien Chazelle (Whiplash) is set to direct a script by Josh Singer (Spotlight); Gosling and Chazelle are currently making La La Land, a contemporary musical costarring Emma Stone, which is scheduled for release on July 15, 2016. [Deadline] Chef: Jon Favreau's independently produced Chef is...Read MoreRead Comments
In the current issue of Total Film, Oscar-winning Birdman director Alejandro González Iñárritu discusses his new film, The Revenant, and how he and his
- We Got This Covered: Leonardo DiCaprio Talks The Revenant, Hugo Glass And Film’s Subtle Environmental Themes
- Thompson on Hollywood: Screen Talk: Spirit Awards Surprises; Whither Iñárritu's 'The Revenant'?
We had so much fun with our Top 10 SuperheroStuff.com gift ideas last Christmas that we've decided to make it a weekly feature here at ComicBookMovie.com!
- We Got This Covered: Tom Holland On Spider-Man Being The Only MCU Hero With A Secret Identity
- We Got This Covered: Tom Holland Weighs In On Following Andrew Garfield As Spider-Man
- Comic Book Movie: SPIDER-MAN: Tom Holland Says It's "Difficult Not To Copy" Andrew Garfield’s "Perfect" Portrayal
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 marks the end of the blockbuster franchise, and to celebrate the conclusion Lionsgate and Samsung have released the final edition of Games-inspired fashion magazine Capitol Couture. Called âUltima Volatus (âFinal Flightâ), the mag...
- We Got This Covered: The Final PlayStation Plus Games Of 2015 Have Been Announced
- Hollywood Reporter: Russia Box Office: 'Hunger Games' Knocks 'Spectre' From Top Spot
The gender swap is (finally!) taking over cinema, with roles originally written for males being played by females, and all-male casted films being remade with ensemble casts of women (“Ghostbusters,” “Ocean’s Eleven”).
- Thompson on Hollywood: How They Shot the Spectacular War Rig Chase in George Miller's 'Mad Max: Fury Road'
- Thompson on Hollywood: WATCH: How George Miller Made 'Mad Max: Fury Road' (EXCLUSIVE)
Director James Wan shares new photos of stars Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson on the set of 'The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist'.
- Dread Central: The Conjuring 2 – Behind the Scenes Photos Invite You Onto the Set
- Shock Till You Drop: New THE CONJURING 2 Set Photos Show the Warrens in 1970s London
If you're looking for a holiday gift for the Marvel-loving nerd in your life (or a gift for yourself; nothing wrong with that), the studio is preparing to release their huge Phase Two Blu-ray box set on December 8 covering everything from Iron Man 3 to Ant-Man with one seriously impressive collector's item. In addition to the outer packaging and the collection of films within, Marvel has also created custom artwork for each disc sleeve and we've got your first peek at the designs. Continue reading…
- Entertainment Weekly: See the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase 2 Blu-ray box set artwork
- ScreenRant: Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 2 Collection Artwork Revealed
Setsuko Hara, a JapaneseÂ actress best known for her work in directorÂ Yasujiro Ozuâs films, died Sept. 5 of pneumonia, her family announced Wednesday. She was 95. Hara was born in June 17, 1920, as Masae Aida in Yokohama, Japan. She made her onscreen debut in 1935, breaking through in 1937âs The...
It probably comes as little surprise, but Warner Bros‘ upcoming slate of films based on DC Comics characters and properties will aim for PG-13 ratings. The rating offers the broadest audience reach and is certainly the level most DC titles are pitched at. Producer Charles Roven told Collider, “I would say those are all intended to be PG-13 movies.
Come Thursday, many of us, like many of you, will find ourselves around a dinner table with our distant relatives, reflecting on what we’re grateful for in our lives. But before we get to that, we thought we’d take a moment to think about the films we’re thankful for this year. This isn’t a list of our favorite films of the year, or the best films of the year (though some of them are that, too).
- IndieWire: What Indiewire is Thankful For This Year
Ava DuVernay has responded to Quentin Tarantinoâs diss of her civil rights drama Selma in an interview he gave last month. While speaking to author Bret Easton Ellis for The New York Timesâ T Magazine, Tarantino addressed Selma being snubbed at this yearâs Oscars. âShe...
You may have noticed the recent (Cumber)batch of on-set pictures featuring the mighty Benedict sporting some wicked facial hair. This may come as a shock to some of you, but Marvel Studios has announced that DOCTOR STRANGE has gone into production! How about that?!? The film, being directed by Scott Derrickson (SINISTER, THE EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE), will follow neurosurgeon Doctor Stephen Strange... Read More...
Will Smith has taken on aliens, robots, zombies, Kevin Jamesâ poor dancing skills, and even the National Football League. Whatâs he going to do next? Maybe politics. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporterâs Awards Chatter podcast, Smith said some form of real-lifeÂ political role could be in his future...
Morgan Freeman‘s latest thriller, “Momentum” seemed to lack exactly that when it opened in the United Kingdom last weekend, making just $69. According to The Telegraph, while the film didn’t open wide, it only grossed £46 although it had a £20 million ($30 million) production budget. The film opened in only 10 cinemas across the country, roughly grossing £4.60 ($6.90) per cinema.
Special Two-Part Episode Airing Wednesday, November 25 6:30/5:30c on Cartoon Network Teen Titans Go! is an American animated television series based on the DC Comics fictional superhero team, the Teen Titans. The series was announced following the popularity of DC Nation's New Teen Titans shorts, both of which are based on the 2003 Teen Titans TV series. Teen Titans Go! is a more comedic take on the DC Comics franchise, dealing with situations that happen outside of saving the world.
- We Got This Covered: New Details Surface On WB’s Plans To Diversify DC Movies With Teen Titans And More
We live in the age of reboots and remixes, where everything that someone loves gets the chance to live on forever. This can be frustrating . How many tributes to Firefly can you people cobble together on YouTube? How many times can Spider-Man get recast before we’re simply tired of him? But we’ll expose a very specific bias on this front: Friday Night Lights is one of the best shows of the past decade and just thinking about it fills us with warm, wonderful feelings of hope and pride and community.
- Dark Horizons: A "Friday Night Lights" Musical Is Coming
Earlier this year, you may have heard of a Tribeca Film Festival drama that starred Faith Hill as a trailer trash mom in the Deep South. It’s true, but that’s not really all that “Dixieland” is about, though having a big country pop star in your movie probably doesn’t hurt. A movie that details cycles of violence, crime, and impoverished circumstances with a Romeo and Juliet-like narrative, “Dixieland” is the directorial debut of Hank Bedford — a former assistant to David O.
Thanksgiving is a time for family, which usually means that wholesome viewing approved for all ages usually follows. However, if you're in the mood for something grittier and nastier to help digest all that turkey and stuffing, you might want to track down "Submerged." And today we have an exclusive look at the thriller. Directed by Steven C. Miller ("Silent Night"), and starring Jonathan Bennett, Rosa Salazar, and Tim Daly, the story revolves around an ex-soldier turned bodyguard hired to protect a young woman.
A Federal Judge has approved the terms of a class action lawsuit Sony Pictures Entertainment employees brought on the company, as the result of personal data leaked in the studio’s devastating hack. Terms say that Sony will provide up to $4.5 million in compensation, including $2 million for unreimbursed expenses and up to $2.5 million for losses from identity theft. For reimbursing plaintiffs who spent money on paying for preventative measures against identity theft, Sony will provide up to $2 million, with $1,000 being the max for each individual.
- Hollywood Reporter: Sony Hack Settlement Gets Judge's Preliminary Approval
Having completed a very lengthy festival run, Charlie Manton's award winning short film Beneath Water is now available for viewing online and is very much worth your time.
- Horror Society: Award Winning VICTIMIZED to get DVD release
I know I will be after watching the debut trailer for this great looking sci-fi from writer/director Jeff Nichols, the same man behind 2013’s Mud. “Roy is a father desperate to protect his uniquely gifted, eight-year-old son Alton. Joined by Joel Edgerton and Kirsten Dunst’s characters, this group must race to get Alton to a secret […] Read You should keep an eye out for Midnight Special on Filmonic.
In case you missed the latest Marvel news, “Doctor Strange” has started production. The official logline says the movie “follows the story of neurosurgeon Doctor Stephen Strange who, after a horrific car accident, discovers the hidden world of magic and alternate dimensions” which sounds about right. The usual suspect cast was all named and confirmed, as was Rachel McAdam and Mads Mikkelsen, the latter of whom was playing a bit coy about it all earlier this year. Meanwhile, Marvel’s “Ant-Man” has hit Blu-Ray after earning $518 million worldwide at the box office.
- We Got This Covered: 10 Actresses Who Could Play The Original Wasp In Ant-Man And The Wasp
Exactly one year after the infamous Sony hack, former Sony VP, Global Commercial Planning and Innovation Amy Heller has sued the studio and other defendants for defamation, negligence and invasion of privacy. In the complaint, Heller is seeking multiple damages and unspecified compensation for loss of income, as well as claiming that Sony’s lack of secure systems caused her emotional distress. Heller, who was laid off in the spring of 2014, says the studio acted in a “deliberate, cold, callous, fraudulent, and intentional manner in order to injure and damage” her. Also Re
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Need proof there are more giant pandas out there, Po? Say hello to the Secret Panda Village. InÂ Kung Fu Panda 3, Po (voiced by Jack Black) becomes acquainted with his long-lost birth father,Â LiÂ (Bryan Cranston). The snippet released Wednesday shows Li unveiling this mythic panda paradise...
Lionsgate has released the trailer for their animated adventure comedy Norm of the North. Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch vet Trevor Wall‘s film tells the story of a majestic polar bear named Norm, who alongside “the world’s coolest party animals” are hitting the big city. Watch the Norm of the North trailer now embedded after the jump.
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"Closure" - Ward's campaign for revenge brings the S.H.I.E.L.D. team to their knees, and Coulson proves he will do anything to settle the score, on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” Tuesday, December 1st on ABC.
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Jena Malone explains the rigorous mental prep she did for "Mockingjay -- Part 2," and shares why she thinks every woman should try going bald.
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Within the Disney Pixar universe, the highly anticipated The Incredibles 2 (working title) is still a long way off. Over three years, in fact. The sequel to the 2004 smash hit Incredibles won’t arrive in theaters until June 2019, but progress is already well underway on the project. Writer and director Brad Bird is keeping any story lines a tight secret for now but one piece of information is confirmed; Michael Giacchino, who scored the first movie, will return to score Incredibles 2. Announcing the news via his Twitter, Bird tweeted a gif of the composer signing his new contract.
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Sir Ian McKellen as Gandalf in the Lord Of The Rings and The Hobbit movies is an example of truly expert casting. His epic performance over the six films was one of, if not the most iconic role of the veteran actor’s exemplary career to date.
1. Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, TheGross: $102,665,981Total: $102,665,981
2. SpectreGross: $15,043,729Total: $154,146,608
3. Peanuts Movie, TheGross: $13,203,590Total: $99,346,727
4. Night Before, TheGross: $9,880,536Total: $9,880,536
5. Secret In Their Eyes, TheGross: $6,652,996Total: $6,652,996