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'Mad Max: Fury Road' Is Now A Film Festival Award Winner, Beats Arthouse Faves For Grand Prix At San Sebastian While Warner Bros. has "Black Mass," "Our Brand Is Crisis," and "Creed" on their awards season slate, it must be noted that if they haven't been figuring out a game plan for "Mad Max: Fury Road," maybe now is the time. Critics and audiences have been vocal supporters of the picture, but now it has added a film festival laurel to it shelf. George Miller's movie has picked up the FIPRESCI Grand Prix award at The San Sebastian Film Festival.

'Jurassic World' Invites You Back to the Park With Eight New Blu-ray Featurettes Jurassic World doesn’t arrive on DVD and Blu-ray for another couple of months, but the film is back on IMAX screens this weekend, in case you’re eager to revisit this summer’s biggest blockbuster. And if the re-release isn’t enough for you, Universal has revealed eight behind the scenes featurettes from the upcoming Blu-ray. Continue reading…

Jurassic World's Bryce Dallas Howard to join Matthew McConaughey in Gold It's time for Bryce Dallas Howard to head back into the jungle, only this time, instead of dinosaurs, she'll be after gold. The JURASSIC WORLD actress has joined the cast of Stephen Gaghan's (SYRIANA, TRAFFIC) upcoming mining drama, GOLD. Bryce Dallas Howard will be playing Kay, the longtime girlfriend of Matthew McConaughey's character, whose capacity and... Read More...

Ridley Scott Ready To Return To Prometheus? While talking to Empire about his new film, The Martian, director Ridley Scott mentioned after shooting was complete, he was on a time-crunch because “I was starting to was starting to look for locations for my next movie, which is Prometheus 2.” That sure looks like confirmation that he’s actually making the sequel to his 2012 quasi-Alien prequel, but I’m doubtful. Scott keeps a large variety of projects in development at any given time, offering attention to each until money, schedules, and ideas coalesce.

Neil deGrasse Tyson hosts 'The Martian' promo The Martian might be just a movie, but astrophysicist and cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson makes the Ares 3 mission seem real in the latest promo for the film. During an episode of StarTalk, Tyson introduces the spacecraft and reveals the dangers of traveling to Mars, which include...

Robert Rodriguez’s latest guest on El Rey Network Presents: The Director’s Chair is Australian auteur George Miller who, we are promised, will be discussing pretty much his entire career as director, writer, and producer when the show airs Aug. 30. That may well be, but we’re going to bet...

Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the science of The Martian in this viral video Ridley Scott's THE MARTIAN will follow astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) as he finds himself stranded on the surface of Mars with only a finite amount of supplies to sustain his own life and signal his crew for rescue. The viral videos shown thus far have given us a behind-the-scenes look at what the Ares crew has had to go through before their trip to the red planet, and now the latest video... Read More...

"It's really important to me that Cap never finds out about this." Marvel's Ant-Man doesn't hit theaters in Japan until September 19th, so to get ready for its impending release, Walt Disney Studios Japan has officially released an HD clip from the Peyton Reed-directed film showing off that awesome fight scene between two of the newest Avengers: Paul Rudd's Ant-Man and Anthony Mackie's Falcon.

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Mars ain't the kind of place to leave Matt DamonIt’s bad enough being stuck on Mars as the only human being on the planet, trying to live in a place that is absolutely inhospitable to that idea. It must be even worse if you’re Matt Damon and the inhuman Space Paparazzi are hovering.

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