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Goosebumps Trailer: Is the Movie Strictly for Hardcore Fans of the Books? Should a movie based on a book cater solely to those who’ve read that book? Of course not, for a variety of reasons. From a business perspective, Hollywood will always want to reach as many people as possible and woo audiences unfamiliar with the product at hand. This, despite the industry’s interests in primarily developing projects where there is great familiarity with the product at hand.

Goosebumps Trailer Unleashed Online The monsters are loose...R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps have long been a publishing phenomenon both in the US and here. And while it first became a TV series way back in 1995, it’s almost surprising a movie version has been wading through development limbo until now. But it’s finally ready to greet the world and has put out its first trailer. Goosebumps finds Jack Black as a reclusive, nervy version of the author, who lives with his daughter, Hannah (Odeya Rush). She’s intrigued by the arrival of a new neighbour, Zach (Dylan Minnette), and the two slowly start to bond.

Michael Fassbender Plays the Orchestra in Steve Jobs No, he’s not actually an orchestra conductor, that’s just the metaphor Michael Fassbender’s Jobs uses to explain what he does at Apple. This is the new trailer for biographical drama Steve Jobs. Good trailer and I’ll say this again, I own or have owned exactly zero Apple products, yet I find Steve Jobs fascinating, so […] Read Michael Fassbender Plays the Orchestra in Steve Jobs on Filmonic.

Michael Fassbender Plays the Orchestra in Steve Jobs No, he’s not actually an orchestra conductor, that’s just the metaphor Michael Fassbender’s Jobs uses to explain what he does at Apple. This is the new trailer for biographical drama Steve Jobs. Good trailer and I’ll say this again, I own or have owned exactly zero Apple products, yet I find Steve Jobs fascinating, so […] Read Michael Fassbender Plays the Orchestra in Steve Jobs on Filmonic.

Must Watch: Full-Length Trailer for Danny Boyle's 'Steve Jobs' Movie "We're not a pit crew at Daytona, this can't be fixed in seconds!" Universal has debuted a full-length trailer for Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs movie, starring Michael Fassbender as the innovator Steve Jobs. This doesn't exactly make him look like the nicest guy in the world, as the trailer seems to show quite a few extra moments through his long career, including very early on at Apple and an amusing tech failure with the original OS just before a conference.

A First Look at Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs Michael Fassbender plays the cofounder of Apple Inc. in this first teaser for the biopic Steve Jobs. After only a minute I can already tell this will be a much better film than the Ashton Kutcher starring jOBS (2013). Am I right or am I right? For starters Michael Fassbender is in every way a […] Read A First Look at Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs on Filmonic.

'Gremlins' Reboot Hires a New Writer, Is Still Happening Last we heard, the Gremlins remake/sequel/reboot/whatever was dead, and there was much rejoicing in the land of movie nerds, and we all quickly forgot the nightmare that could have happened. If you were against the idea of a new Gremlins movie, we have bad news for you: it’s still very much happening as a new writer has been hired to replace Seth-Grahame Smith. Continue reading…

Vince Vaughn’s ‘Unfinished Business’ Gives Him 5 Straight Box-Office Bombs Maybe HBO’s “True Detective” will turn things around for Vince Vaughn. The comedy actor’s new film “Unfinished Business” became his fifth consecutive — and worst — belly flop at the box office, taking in an anemic $4.8 million in its debut this weekend for distributor Twentieth Century Fox. Vaughn’s other recent misfires include “Delivery Man,” “The Internship,” “The Watch” and “The Dilemma.” A stint on the hit cable TV series seemed to work for Matthew McConaughey, whose Emmy for his work on “True Detective” was part of a career rebound that included a Best Actor Oscar for the “Da

Chappie Director on Whether We're All Doomed We recently spoke with filmmaker Neill Blomkamp about Chappie, his latest foray into science fiction following District 9 and Elysium. The movie follows a robot created for law enforcement in a future South Africa who becomes sentient, and all hell breaks loose as a result. Here's what the director had to tell us about bringing Chappie to the screen. Be advised that this interviews contains some SPOILERS, IGN: You ask so many big picture questions here about life and death and god and artificial intelligence and the nature of police and government.

‘Jupiter Ascending’ Tops Foreign Box Office With $23.5 Million Andy and Lana Wachowski‘s “Jupiter Ascending” was the No. 1 movie at the international box office this weekend, paced by a strong $23.2 million debut in China. The $175 million sci-fi space opera starring Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis was a disappointment at the domestic box office with $45 million.

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