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RoboCop Returns Will Be R-Rated and Filled with Huge Blood Explosions Neill Blomkamp has confirmed that RoboCop Returns movie will be Rated-R to a worried fan of the franchise.

Your Heart is Not Ready for the ‘Beautiful Boy’ Trailer Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell wage war over the memory of a relationship long lost. A father and son sit across from each other in a cafe that should be neutral ground, but the tension of history and their shame at past failings transform the peaceful setting into a battleground. Fumbling to communicate, family members become combatants. Concern acts as an attack. Love mutates into a poison. I was not prepared for Beautiful Boy. My first act every morning is to check my phone while still in bed.

Timothée Chalamet Will Break Your Heart In First Beautiful Boy Trailer Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell will break your heart in first "Beautiful Boy" trailer.

Gas station attendant Timothée Chalamet is coming off a breakout year where he starred in two Best Picture nominees, Call Me By Your Name and Lady Bird (he’s no Michael Stuhlbarg, but then again, who is?). With his role in the peach-filled film, the 22-year-old became the third youngest Best Actor Oscar nominee ever, and he’ll hope to replicate his youthful success in Beautiful Boy. Based on David Sheff’s memoir of the same name, Beautiful Boy stars Steve Carell as a father who watches his son Nick (Chalamet) become addicted to methamphetamine.

In FATAL CROSSING, a high-flying tech entrepreneur, Carson (James Jagger), drinks to cope with the weight of expectation for his new company and the burden of providing for his sick father. When he wakes up from a blackout with blood all over his car on the same morning a fatal hit-and- run is reported, his world spirals as he tries to build a relationship with the girlfriend of the victim who suspects that he... Read More...

The Nee Brothers are Tackling He-Man for the ‘Masters of the Universe’ Reboot The He-Man Cinematic Universe has found its Russo Brothers. The 1980s was a decade that took commercialism to an epic level. Not satisfied with simply selling action figures to children, companies like Mattel and Hasbro forced their brand into homes by invading the television set. G.I. Joe, Transformers, M.A.S.K., SilverHawks, and He-Man were nothing more than glorified cartoons pied-pipering children to their local Toys ‘R’ Us.

Jeff Wadlow on why his X-Force movie didn't happen It's been several years since Jeff Wadlow first signed on to write and potentially direct X-FORCE, and although that project obviously didn't come to fruition, we will be seeing X-FORCE take its first steps on the big-screen in the upcoming DEADPOOL 2. While speaking with Collider recently, Jeff Wadlow spilled a few details about what his plans were for X-FORCE and why the project ultimately... Read More...

Goosebumps 2 has begun casting with four young actors now being signed to the film. The Goosebumps book series by R.L. Stine has been around since the summer of 1992 with the publication of Welcome to Dead House. Stine has published dozens of novels in the series, which are usually unconnected, but occasionally there were sequels. The collection of horror stories for children was eventually made into a television show, and even spawned multiple spin-off books. Then, in 2015, a live action movie released. The Goosebumps movie was quite successful, making almost twice its budget back.

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