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‘Assassin’s Creed’ Clip: Michael Fassbender Has a Carriage to Catch The 2016 edition of The Game Awards were held last night (Blizzard’s Overwatch was the big winner, for the record) and 20th Century Fox used this celebration of the best in video games to advertise Assassin’s Creed, their upcoming video game movie adaptation starring Michael Fassbender.

Jurassic World 2 Producer Teases One Big Change for Bryce Dallas Howard Producer and writer Colin Trevorrow teases that Bryce Dallas Howard's Claire won't be quite the same as Jurassic World 2 prepares to shoot.

New Assassin's Creed featurette explores the science of the Animus Although Duncan Jones' WARCRAFT can count itself as the highest grossing video-game movie of all-time, it certainly wasn't the hit that Legendary Pictures was hoping it would be and did little to break the so-called "video-game curse". There's still a chance that the curse could break before the final petal of 2016 falls, as Justin Kurzel's... Read More...

New DOCTOR STRANGE Concept Art Teases A More Comic-Accurate Design For The Villainous Dormammu Marvel's Doctor Strange continues to bust blocks worldwide  (recently passing the $600 million mark to become the studio's highest grossing single-character debut ever), with most fans and critics agreeing that the movie is pretty great - but some elements of The Sorcerer Supreme's big-screen did come in for some backlash; most notably its depiction of The Dread Dormammu. Towards the end of the movie we finally see the villain in all his otherworldly glory, and while certain aspects of his original comic book appearance are clearly visible, he was basically just a giant, angr

First ‘Assassin’s Creed’ Clip Sends Michael Fassbender Back in Time (Sort of) We’re less than a month away from the release of Assassin’s Creed and I can’t help but wonder if anyone outside of the faithful are prepared to lay down money to watch Michael Fassbender kind-of sort-of time travel into the distant past so he can stab people in the face. While these video games have a strong following (and a few of them have been genuinely great), I’ve yet to encounter any non-gamers who have greeted the trailers with anything more than a shrug.

'Jurassic World' EP Frank Marshall Teases Another Character Return for the Sequel Jurassic World promised a return, for better or worse, to Steven Spielberg and Michael Crichton’s original island full of genetically engineered living fossils, and the film had one of the biggest openings in box office history. Audiences returned to the park in droves, and the film gifted us with a few unexpected returns of its own. Our beloved Tyrannosaurus rex was featured in arguably the coolest shot of the entire movie when Bryce Dallas Howard’s Claire Dearing lures it out of its paddock with a lit flare, and B.D. Wong reprised his role as Dr.

The Secret Life Of Houdini Closes In On Dan Trachtenberg As A Director After his highly successful (both at the box office as well as with critics) 10 Cloverfield Lane, director Dan Trachtenberg had thus far effectively vanished from the feature film scene. Now Deadline’s Mike Fleming has learned that Trachtenberg is now in talks to helm The Secret Life of Houdini, based on the book (similarly named, The Secret Life of Houdini: The Making of America’s First Superhero) by William Kalush and Larry Sloman. The book’s angle on the famous magician is as a secret agent investigating the occult.

Enter the Animus with Michael Fassbender in this Assassin's Creed clip Through a revolutionary technology called "The Animus," Callum Lynch (Michael Fassbender) experiences the adventures of his ancestor, Aguilar, in 15th Century Spain. Callum discovers he is descended from a mysterious secret society, the Assassins, and amasses incredible knowledge and skills to take on the oppressive and powerful Templar organization in the present day. How about that! 20th... Read More...

Ryan Reynolds Feels Like He Can Channel Deadpool Ryan Reynolds is Deadpool for all intensive purposes. At least in the mainstream, the two entites are inseperable, with many first getting introduced to the character only through his work. It seems Reynolds think the two are somewhat inseprable too, going as far as to say he channels the character and call it his ‘alter-ego’. Speaking to THR, the actor was talking about how comedies are under-appreciated in Hollywood, and landed on talking about his process with the character. He said: The best comedy, in my opinion, has to be grounded in some form of truth.

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