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It happens more often than it should: A cast of sterling actors is assembled for a movie that doesn’t come close to equaling the sum of its parts. And so it goes with director Daniel Espinosa’s dreary Soviet-era serial killer thriller Child 44. I use the term thriller...C-

Ryan Gosling to Star Alongside Harrison Ford in 'Blade Runner 2' One of the most iconic science fiction movies ever made is getting a sequel... and it's also getting a little Ryan Gosling, too. Gosling has signed on to star alongside Harrison Ford in Blade Runner 2, which will be directed by Denis Villenueve (Prisoners) and take place several decades after the conclusion of the 1982 film directed by Ridley Scott. The first film was set in a dystopian version of the year 2019, and it looked a little something like this.  ...Read MoreRead Comments

Review: 'Child 44' Starring Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, Gary Oldman And Joel Kinnaman On paper, "Child 44" seems like it would not be just a great film, but perhaps end up being one of the very best films of the year. It stars the wonderful Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Noomi Rapace and Joel Kinnaman, working from a script by Richard Price (adapting a best-selling novel by Tom Rob Smith) and under the direction of buzzed-about Swedish director Daniel Espinosa. The plot is enticing, too: it's a based-on-a-true-story murder mystery that takes place in Stalinist Russia, a nation state so perfect that, at least politically, murder simply cannot exist.

Following the first clip that debuted on Friday, Warner Bros. has released a TV spot for San Andreas. Dwayne Johnson stars as a helicopter pilot who, along with his estranged wife (Carla Gugino), flies through the destruction of an immense California earthquake on a mission to rescue their daughter, played by Alexandra Daddario.

A Soviet-era slog through crime and corruption, painted in the grim, dim shades of muck, blood, moss and bark, director Daniel Espinosa’s “Child 44” turns a best-selling period-piece procedural into a slow, tedious thriller almost totally devoid of thrills.

'Power Rangers' zeroes in on director It might be morphin time for Dean Israelite. The director is currently in negotiations to helm the Power Rangers movie for Lionsgate and Saban Brand. The filmmaker has proved his ability to work with a young cast, on a small budget, for the sci-fi demographic, as he is coming off the time...

Dean Israelite in negotiations to direct Lionsgate's 'Power Rangers' It might be morphin time for Dean Israelite. The director is currently in negotiations to helm the Power Rangers movie for Lionsgate and Saban Brand. The filmmaker has proved his ability to work with a young cast, on a small budget, for the sci-fi demographic, as he is coming off the time...

If there’s anything that can bring two ex-spouses together, it’s a life-or-death situation. And to say that San Andreas is about a life-or-death situation is an understatement. In the film, Dwayne Johnson and Carla Gugino play the exes, who are brought together by the search to find their...

Tom Hardy Contracted For More Mad Max Movies But it'll depend on how Fury Road performsIt might not sound like the most surprising revelation given how franchise-happy studios like to be. But to hear it from the mouth of the actor – in this case, Tom Hardy – gives the news that much more weight. So, yes… He’s signed for more than one Mad Max film after this year’s Fury Road.“I’ve never been more excited and out of my comfort zone.” Hardy tells Esquire about Fury Road, which George Miller is finally wrangling to the screen after years of setbacks and problems.

WonderCon kicks off Friday for three days of comic convention madness. Movie wise, there isn’t a ton going on, but there’s always fun to be had and lots of exclusive merchandise to covet. One of our favorite spots at WonderCon is the Hero Complex Gallery booth. They always have beautiful prints that are only available at WonderCon and this year is no different. We’ve already shown you a few of them, a Batman series by Casey Callendar, but today we’ve got even more.

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