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First Full Trailer for 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' "The dead have taken command of the sea…" Disney has revealed the first full-length trailer for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, directed by the two Norwegian filmmakers who made the fantastic film Kon-Tiki. Following up the first teaser trailer and Super Bowl spot, this trailer finally shows Johnny Depp back as Captain Jack at the helm again, as well as Javier Bardem as Captain Salazar who has a vendetta against Jack, and Geoffrey Rush as Barbossa.

Orlando Bloom's Return as Will Turner Revealed in Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Last night's Super Bowl trailer offered our first look at the returning Will Turner, played by Orlando Bloom in Pirates of the Caribbean 5.

Ellen DeGeneres Denounces Trump's Immigration Ban with the Political Allegory of 'Finding Dory' Donald Trump incited widespread panic among his many detractors when he first elbowed his way into the American presidency back in November. But even as matters got bleaker and bleaker, some tried to find a silver lining in the notion that a slide into fascism would at least yield some good ‘n’ furious protest art. Little did we know that the most searing indictment of Trump and his policies had already been scripted, completed, and released months before the noted reality TV star took office. I am referring, of course, to the complex political allegory Finding Dory. Continue reading…

News Briefs: Woody Harrelson Talks His 'Star Wars' Character Opposite Han Solo Han Solo: Woody Harrelson (The Edge of Seventeen, above), recently confirmed to be appearing in the upcoming Star Wars movie that will revolve around Han Solo, was asked if he would be playing Garrish Shrike, a mentor to Solo who was first introduced in a Star Wars novel. Harrelson hesitated, asked for the question to be repeated, and hesitated again before replying: "Yes, I am." Later a Lucasfilm executive cast doubt on which question Harrelson was answering. [Variety via CinemaBlend]...Read MoreRead Comments

'Beauty and the Beast' Star Emma Watson Explains Why She Chose Belle Over Cinderella Emma Watson made her movie debut at the age of 11 in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and literally grew up on-screen. But it wasn't until the series concluded in 2011 that we started to get a sense of her range as an actress, apart from her signature role as Hermione Granger. She acquitted herself quite well in My Week with Marilyn and The Perks of Being a Wallflower, capably handling key supporting roles. Watson really stood out in Sofia Coppola's The Bling Ring, as a...Read MoreRead Comments

Rian Johnson Talks ‘Star Wars: Episode 8’, Still Won’t Reveal the Actual Title If there was just a new Rian Johnson movie coming out in less than twelve months, I’d be on pins and needles. But we’re getting a Star Wars movie directed by Rian Johnson and there are few things as promising as that combination of nouns. But as is the norm with any new Star Wars movie, every detail about Star Wars: Episode 8 is currently under lock and key…which means that this interview with Johnson features him merely hinting at what we can expect to see from upcoming sequel. Which totally has a title, by the way.

Javier Bardem Looks Ghostly in New 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' Photo Over the years Disney has made their Pirates of the Caribbean villains more and more ridiculous. The films began with Geoffrey Rush’s Captain Barbossa (no doubt the best bad guy of the series), then became super CGI heavy with Billy Nighy’s tentacled Davy Jones, and seemingly went back to basics with Ian McShane’s Blackbeard, but he used voodoo, so not the most traditional of pirates.

Rumor: Star Wars 8 Has Major Ties to Animated Series WARNING: This post contains POSSIBLE SPOILERS for Star Wars: Episode VIII – Now that 2016 has come to a close and Rogue One is officially in the books (mostly), Star Wars fans are finally turning their full attention to the next installment – the most anticipated movie of 2017 by Screen Rant – Star Wars: Episode VIII. Despite the hype and anticipation, Lucasfilm hasn’t even begun official marketing for the next episodic Star Wars installment. Both The Force Awakens and Click to continue reading Rumor: Star Wars 8 Has Major Ties to Animated Series

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