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Dayo Okeniyi Joins 'Terminator: Genesis'; 2nd & 3rd Movie Filming Back-to-Back

8:50 PM 3/28/2014 by Binh Ngo
Terminator
The Hunger Games' Dayo Okeniyi has landed the final major role in Terminator: Genesis, Deadline has learned. He beats out John Boyega and will play Miles Dyson's son, Danny. Okeniyi will join a cast that includes Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke, Jason Clarke, and Jai Courtney.

'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Teaser Trailer, Official Synopsis Revealed

8:22 AM 3/27/2014 by Jeff Giles
TMNT
We don't always play the teaser trailer game around here, but few upcoming projects have generated as much curiosity -- or intense concern, or dread, whatever you want to call it -- as Paramount's next stab at turning Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles into a franchise. The TMNT teaser isn't your average sneak peek, in other words -- and it's right here.

Christopher Nolan Wants to Bring Back the 'Golden Age of the Blockbuster' with 'Interstellar'

7:50 AM 3/27/2014 by Jeff Giles
Nolan
Any artist who does what he or she loves for a living can't help but battle the occasionally frustrating effects of balancing art and commerce -- in fact, it's sometimes enough to separate one's love from one's craft. So when a director as well-known as Christopher Nolan explains that he prefers film over television because "I just really like movies," you can't help but hope for him to succeed.

New 'Jupiter Ascending' Trailer: It's Dark Out There in Space

7:19 PM 3/26/2014 by Binh Ngo
Jupiter Ascending
The second trailer for the Wachowskis' sci-fi action-adventure movie, Jupiter Ascending, is here. Check it out below. The movie stars Mila Kunis as Jupiter Jones, a house cleaner who suddenly finds herself the target of assassination because of her genes. She learns of her destiny when she encounters a bounty hunter named Caine (Channing Tatum).

HKIFF: Fruit Chan's "The Midnight After" Is A Riot

10:45 PM 3/25/2014 by Senh Duong
The Midnight After
Fruit Chan’s The Midnight After is the second opening film in the Hong Kong International Film Festival. Starring the ubiquitous Simon Yam, Johnny To vet Lam Suet, and Janice Man, it’s a comedy, horror, and sci-fi mix similar to Seth Rogen’s This is the End.

HKIFF: Me, Simon Yam and "The Midnight After"

10:17 PM 3/25/2014 by popcorn
Fruit Chan's "The Midnight After"
There are movie fanboys, celebrity obsessed fans, and then there are people like me who love a great movie and the wonderful actors in them, yet lack the enthusiasm to enjoy the rare one on one encounter with a high profile celebrity. I have chatted with them, walked next to them, sat next to them, stood by them, and never took advantage of the opportunity to ask for an autograph or a photograph.

Full Trailer for Tom Cruise's 'Edge of Tomorrow' Debuts

7:39 PM 3/25/2014 by Binh Ngo
Edge of Tomorrow
The full trailer for Tom Cruise's Groundhog Day-esque sci-fi actioner Edge of Tomorrow is here. Check it out below.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Explains How He'll Be Back in 'Terminator: Genesis'

2:23 PM 3/25/2014 by Jeff Giles
T5
Happy as many Terminator fans might be to see Arnold Schwarzenegger returning to the franchise for the upcoming Terminator: Genesis, there's still the matter of explaining how the 66-year-old actor is going to get away with convincingly portraying the same robot he first played in the 1984 original. Robots don't age, after all...right?

'Prometheus 2' Set For March 2016

7:31 PM 3/24/2014 by Binh Ngo
Prometheus
That untitled Ridley Scott movie scheduled for March 2016 is actually the sequel to Prometheus, TheWrap has learned. Michael Green has been hired by Fox to rewrite Jack Paglen's script.

Ethan Hawke Explains 'Predestination' Confusion

9:40 PM 3/23/2014 by Fred Topel
Ethan Hawke in Predestination
Predestination is a time travel movie based on Robert Heinlein’s short story “All You Zombies.” We won’t spoil the real mind bending twists, but just imagine how confusing it can get when Ethan Hawke plays a time cop traveling between eras within his own lifetime. The film premiered at South by Southwest where Hawke took the stage to express his confusion.
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